Segolene Royal is back in wake of hateful Trierweiler's demise

Wed 2 Apr, AT 15:24 Nigel Horne

Hatchets are buried, the musical chairs resume, and there's even talk that Julie Gayet will soon be gone

Warning to Ed Miliband: win election or face Workers' Party

Wed 2 Apr, AT 10:25 The Mole

Union leader McCluskey issues 'biggest threat to Labour since the Gang of Four left to form SDP'

Italy's radical Matteo Renzi gets Obama and Cameron on side

Wed 2 Apr, AT 09:23 Andrea Vogt

Vow to reduce bloated government and decision to sell off car fleet gets Italians behind Renzi, too

New message needed for police: you can run - but you can't hide

Tue 1 Apr, AT 09:56 Robert Chesshyre

HMIC report backs up public evidence: the more we meet the police, the less we trust them

Taliban threat to Afghan poll: was anything accomplished?

Mon 31 Mar, AT 12:17 Robert Fox

Three news books suggest Britain's adventure in Afghanistan was a horrible waste of lives and money

Alistair Darling

A second referendum? What have you done now, Darling?

Mon 31 Mar, AT 10:29 The Mole

Alistair Darling suggests whole of the UK should get a vote on Scotland's bid for currency union

game of thrones

Game of Thrones simulcast: US-UK time lag hits zero

Fri 28 Mar, AT 09:40 Holden Frith

But why, in the age of video-on-demand, do Brits need to be up at 2am to enjoy the thrill?

Alex Hollinghurst

How a Florida teenage romance ended in a violent suicide pact

Thu 27 Mar, AT 10:21 Coline Covington

Brandon Goode and Alex Hollinghurst shared a hatred of their mothers – and have left their families in torment

Farage Clegg debate

Farage beats Clegg and boosts chances of joining 2015 debates

Thu 27 Mar, AT 09:45 The Mole

He may have been sweating - but he didn't 'look nuts' and he's staked his claim as UK's leading Eurosceptic

Anti-social networking – or how secrecy became all the rage

Wed 26 Mar, AT 10:26 Edie Lush

Cloak pulls in public location data to help you avoid people – and it's just the tip of the iceberg

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