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Oil painting is a dramatic close-up of the former Labour leader
The hacking trial at the Old Bailey has heard how the Queen was “narked” that police were, she believed, eating snacks left out for her by Buckingham Palace staff.
She’s a rather experienced politician.
Court hears how money was used to fund trips to Europe under banner of 'research and translation' work
The Labour leader’s temporary freeze on energy bills is a fair and moderate step
The risk is that Tories and their newspapers will portray what he is doing as a return to the 1970s
Shadow Treasury ministers says only 'privileged few' on salaries of more than £150,000 would be expected to contribute more
The International Development Secretary Justine Greening rejects ex-PM’s request for money to support work of foundation
Tony Blair has slapped down David Cameron for suggesting that the former prime minister used his position to lobby him – possibly for private clients.
75-year-old breaks 47-year silence as he tells mental health tribunal of mixing with criminals from Krays to Great Train Robbers and IRA terrorists
A march on Premier League headquarters over ticket prices took place yesterday
When Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher were establishing the global mood music of the monetarist, greed-is-good 1980s, Pierre Mauroy sought to make France dance to a different tune. As the first Socialist Prime Minister of the Fifth Republic (1981-84) and first prime minister of the François Mitterrand era, Mauroy pursued a policy of nationalisation, taxation of the rich, increased minimum wages, retirement at 60 and a 39-hour working week.
Jittery party demands more detail on economic policy as poll lead narrows
Anyone who finds dachshunds charming and humorous immediately goes up in my estimation. Even certain former British prime ministers
Welcome back our peerless spymaster, with another novel that unmasks low deeds in high places
I arrived back from holiday to find the country divided and inflamed once more