Sport Hull City have agreed a fee with Tottenham for Jake Livermore

Livermore will now discuss personal terms about a permanent move to the KC Stadium, after he impressed there last season while on loan

David Cameron with the Italian premier Mario Monti yesterday

Cameron to champion vision of 'moral markets'

David Cameron will spell out his vision of "moral markets" today, as he enters the intense political debate over how to create a more "responsible capitalism".

David Cameron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti discussed the eurozone crisis at Downing Street yesterday

Cameron reveals his vision for 'moral markets'

PM accused of not matching his rhetoric with action after blocking Lib Dem pay plans

Points of view: a Q&A following a performance of The Riots

A riots drama that goes back to the scene of the crime

Tottenham is staging a play about last year's disturbances. John Nathan attended

British artist David Hockney

Hockney attacks Hirst for 'insulting' use of assistants

A row is threatening to break out between two of Britain's most celebrated artists after David Hockney criticised Damien Hirst for the "insulting" use of assistants to create his works.

David Hockney

David Hockney vs Damien Hirst: the Queen's chosen one puts king of the YBAs on the spot

A day after his New Year honour, Yorkshire's finest attacks artist for failing to make his own work

Boris Berezovsky arrives at the High Court yesterday

'Angry, embittered and a liar': Abramovich's stinging rebuke for rival

The Chelsea Football Club owner, Roman Abramovich, has unleashed his most withering personal attack yet on his former business associate Boris Berezovsky, almost three months into the £3.5bn trial between the two men.

IPCC: We were wrong about shooting that led to riots

None of Mark Duggan's DNA, fingerprints or blood found on gun recovered in Tottenham
Ken Costa former Chief Executive of Lazard who now runs the Christian organization Alpha International arrives for a meeting with representatives of Occupy London at the St Ethelburga Centre for Reconciliation and Peace in London

A tax on banks would cost UK jobs, warns new watchdog

But ex-Lazard chairman urges City to aim for ethical capitalism, says Paul Cahalan

Howard Jacobson: Can we just stop talking about a 'Lost Decade'?

Now that the more articulate of the summer rioters have told us they can't wait to be sticking it to the Feds again some time soon, more sober minds must be considering how to stop them.

Analysts said distrust and antipathy towards officers was a key driving force behind why thousands took to the streets

Anger and frustration at police drove summer riots

Deep-seated anger and frustration towards the police was a significant factor behind the August riots, a study into the causes of the unrest has found.

Tottenham at the height of last month's riots

Public lacked faith in riots police

Lack of confidence in the police response to the initial riots in London led to further disturbances across the country, an independent report has found.

Karren Brady's phone records came into PKF's possession during the battle over the Olympic Stadium

West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady wins latest battle in 'surveillance' case

West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady today succeeded in the latest stage of an attempt to discover how details of her telephone records found their way into the hands of a firm of accountants while rival clubs were bidding to use the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 London games.

Wilshere to make charity donation if Spurs finish above Arsenal

 Jack Wilshere is so confident that Arsenal will finish above Tottenham in this season's English Premier League that he has made a bet with rival fans.

Tottenham Hotspur's Rafael van der Vaart celebrates after scoring against QPR

We're better now than Arsenal, says Van der Vaart

Rafael van der Vaart has told Arsenal not to get carried away with their win over Chelsea and insists that Tottenham are still the best team in north London.

Met 'lacked officers during riots'

Britain's biggest police force has admitted it did not have enough officers available on the first night of the August riots, and reinforcements took too long to arrive.

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