There is a weary predictability to the political choreography. Once again, it's revealed, commuter rail fares are rising above the rate of inflation, squeezing the cost of living still further for hard-pressed
The Church of England has begun legal action to claim ancient mineral rights beneath thousands of homes and farms, prompting fears the church could seek to cash in on fracking. Residents across England
Ed Miliband has been consulting the most longstanding political Australian adversary of Lynton Crosby to understand the techniques and weaknesses of David Cameron's strategist. The Labour leader held talks
George Osborne has said that Britain is “holding its nerve” and that the economy is “on the mend” as growth doubled to 0.6 per cent. The Chancellor hailed the latest growth figures but cautioned that is
MPs are expected to be offered a 10 per cent pay rise in exchange for smaller pensions and expenses, under plans to be announced. The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority will say that their should
When Ed Miliband began at PMQs by asking about Egypt, it looked like he was going to do six high-minded questions on foreign affairs and thus dodge the political attack the Tories had lined up for him.
Labour MPs support the Education Secretary for the simple reason that they know he's right, says Gavin Barwell MP. Ask any MP and I suspect they’ll tell you there’s things about their job they love and