It amazes me that all these warriors of the air don’t regularly crash into each other
Plus the latest dim-sum prediction and everything else you need for your bank holiday election reading
Plus Cameron’s dose of (Red) Bull and Balls’ bouncing cheques
Election 2015: Despite the flaws, our political system has much to be proud of - especially when compared to many other nations
For all the grumbling, our country is a pretty well-governed place
Not voting is a choice, a serious choice. Couch potatoes who can’t be bothered need to realise what that means
The Independent has historically been largely uninterested in the shenanigans of the monarch and her family
The map issued by the Pentagon to prove that Isis had lost territory shows how false optimism dominates the actions of the outside powers towards the Middle East
The Conservatives prefer to put the wealthy and powerful first, rather than Britain’s working people
There is only one way to deliver the things that matter – and that’s with a strong economy
Cameron said this was a 'career-defining election' when he addressed Asda employees in Leeds - he was talking about jobs and plainly wasn’t referring to himself
But if he loses, he should go
Thank you for sticking with us. Not only this week, for turning past the unusually lengthy run of.....
I do not believe that the Labour Party, with the exception of Ed Balls, is ready to govern
Those who oppose the award have fallen for a false narrative of universal Muslim victimhood
The police say that I am not a suspect in the historic sexual abuse inquiry, yet they destroy my reputation
Jean Nidetch: As we mourn death of Weight Watchers founder, have we learned lessons on keeping weight down?
The diet pioneer who died last week exhorted Americans to ‘drop the damn fork’, but the nation is still getting fatter
The state of the global economy has a greater impact than the actions of any individual government
I arrived in Italy in the rather peculiar situation of being the owner of a hot-air balloon but never having been in one
We’ve fallen in love three times since the Seventies – with Maggie, Tony and (briefly) with Nick – but it always ended in tears
Texas shooting: Organisers of Prophet Mohamed cartoon contest condemn attack as 'war on free speech' after police kill two gunmen
Prophet Mohamed cartoon exhibition shooting: Two armed men shot dead after opening fire on 'free speech' event in Texas
Royal baby girl: Moving down line of succession is 'great' Prince Harry says, as he welcomes 'beautiful' Princess of Cambridge
The SNP would vote to introduce proportional representation at Westminster, Nicola Sturgeon confirms
General election live: David Cameron may attempt to form a minority Conservative government
The Tories could raise student tuition fees again past £9,000 a year, William Hague indicates
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