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Late Sturridge goal punishes Denmark

Danny Alexander, Chief Treasury Secretary: 'You name it, we’re building it'

Government answers critics with extra £66bn for infrastructure – but A14 toll plan in scrapped

After years of neglect, energy, road, rail, flood defence, communications and water infrastructure are in need of renewal

George Kruis of Saracens tries to break through the Sale defence on Saturday

Saracens 24 Sale 19: Fresh Will Fraser injury mars Saracens’ joy

If someone had beamed down from Mars – or from rugby’s amateur era, which feels even more remote – for the Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens’ 24-19 win over Sale Sharks on Saturday how would they have judged the spectacle? An arena of wonderfully nuanced and contrasting players such as Saracens’ gliding fly-half Charlie Hodgson and cerebral lock Steve Borthwick? Or a base battlefield of mega-muscled gladiators battering each other Rollerball-style with casualties shipped off to hospital on motorised carts for the benefit of the paying public, television viewer and now – as we are told enthusiastically by competing broadcasters – broadband consumers?

The task force charged with fixing the website that is meant to give Americans access to new insurance policies under Barack Obama’s huge healthcare overhaul claimed that it had largely succeeded while acknowledging that some problems may persist

Obamacare: US healthcare site overhauled in rush to salvage policy – and reputation

Solving technical problems could be paramount to Democrats’ political fortunes

Car admin site to leave drivers on cloud nine

Imagine never having to rustle through drawers or shoeboxes to find that crucial car-related document. That is the idea behind newly launched website Motoriety.

Scottish independence carries pension cost

A Yes vote in the Scottish independence referendum will hurt individual savings accounts and pensions savers, UK-wide, according to one of the country’s most respected pensions commentators.

Dummy test sends a warning to skiers

Crash-test dummies have taken a beating in a series of simulated collisions with a tree – all paid for by Direct Line.

OUTLOOK: RBS investigators are too tied to the establishment to win victims’ trust

Lawrence Tomlinson cuts quite a dash. The swashbuckling racing driver/millionaire tycoon shoots from the hip, and his report on RBS’s treatment of small business was characteristically explosive.

RSA Ireland chief executive quits amid accounting probe

The boss of RSA Irish unit has resigned after claiming he has been made "the fall-out guy" for the insurer's problems.

Chris Blackhurst: We should have let banks go to the wall. They don’t care about our wellbeing

Midweek View: The City in the past has behaved like a separate country, aloof from all of us

Paul Flowers was arrested on Thursday night on drug allegations

Two arrested in connection with Paul Flowers allegations

Two men have been arrested in connection with allegations of supplying drugs to shamed former Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers.

JOHN DARWIN: The ‘canoe man’ faked his own death for the insurance and fled to Panama

Fraudster canoeist John Darwin caught out in Ukraine

The convicted fraudster could be handed more time in jail for leaving the country without permission

Lowestoft Christmas Day dip pulled by organisers after 35-year run

The annual festive swim has raised over £150,000 for local charities

The IPPR study suggests that Nick Clegg may have got his sums wrong

Exclusive: Nick Clegg' plans to raise personal tax allowance 'will help better-off more than low-paid'

IPPR study also called into question his claim that raising allowance to £10,500 would mean a tax cut of £100 a year

The President talks to students about his Affordable Care Act in Maryland

Usborne in the USA: The best healthcare delivery system in the world? Are you off your rocker?

The Republicans are on a hot streak thanks to Obamacare's false start

62-year-old man arrested over historic 'abuse' at North Wales care home

Detectives investigating claims of child abuse at North Wales care homes have arrested a 62-year-old man on suspicion of crimes against three boys and a girl.

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Outgoing The Daily Show host, Jon Stewart, became the voice of Democrats who felt the President had failed to deliver on his ‘Yes We Can’ slogan. Tim Walker charts the ups and downs of their 10-year relationship on screen