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Election debates: did Cameron beat Miliband in first round?

Fri 27 Mar, AT 09:42

David Cameron edges ahead in the polls but it was Ed Miliband who won over the pundits on style

Andreas Lubitz: police find 'significant clue' at Germanwings pilot's home

One-Minute Read
Fri 27 Mar, AT 09:31

German police are trying to determine why 27-year-old co-pilot crashed flight 4U 9525 in French Alps

£150,000-a-week deal keeps John Terry at Chelsea until 2016

Transfer Talk
Fri 27 Mar, AT 09:07

Mourinho praises 'top defender' who will have been at Stamford Bridge for 18 years when his new contract expires

The Mole

Miliband: no more Mr Gloomy - introducing Mr Positive

Fri 27 Mar, AT 09:07
The Mole

As Labour’s election campaign kicks off at Olympic Park, Ed’s spin doctors try to inject a little sunshine

Columnist Don Brind

TV watchers score Cameron the victor – but Labour are happy

Fri 27 Mar, AT 08:32
Don Brind

Majority of those thinking of switching their vote after watching the show would swap to Miliband

Oil industry worker

Oil price surges after Saudi airstrikes on Yemen

One-Minute Read
Thu 26 Mar, AT 16:35

Improving eurozone confidence is also boosting the oil price, which some say fell 'too far, too fast'

Sony Xperia Z3

Best smartphones 2015: top five mobile phones on the market

Thu 26 Mar, AT 15:31

From the Apple iPhone 6 to Sony's Xperia Z3, tech critics heap praise on market's top smartphones

Cricket World Cup final: Australia will take on New Zealand

Thu 26 Mar, AT 14:15

The home team will be favourites in Melbourne, but New Zealand have a warning for their hosts

Russell Brand

Russell Brand 'world's fourth most influential thinker'

First Reaction
Thu 26 Mar, AT 13:35

Comedian beats Hillary Mantel and Henry Kissinger in magazine's list of prominent intellectuals

Yemen crisis: Who are the rebel groups and why are they fighting?

Thu 26 Mar, AT 12:38

Local rebel groups are fighting for control of a country that could become the battleground for a wider war

Death penalty: how public views differ around the world

One-Minute Read
Thu 26 Mar, AT 12:27

Support for capital punishment in Britain falls below 50 per cent for the first time on record