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Is Cameron's choice of EU commissioner already jinxed?

Wed 16 Jul, AT 11:19 The Mole

Lord Hill's links with a private lobbying firm could cost him a decent job in the Brussels Cabinet

Characterless peas in a pod: the reshuffle of the bland

Wed 16 Jul, AT 09:24 Robert Chesshyre

Few politicians today have had real, demanding jobs before entering politics – and it shows

Education Secretary Michael Gove is called in to Downing Street

Day of the long knives: why Michael Gove had to go

Tue 15 Jul, AT 11:33 The Mole

Cameron gives government a feminine makeover in an effort to win the 2015 general election

Fiona O'Shaughnessy in Utopia

Utopia: as compelling as ever - and the body count is rising

Tue 15 Jul, AT 09:33 Holden Frith

Utopia retains a robust attitude towards violence as befits a drama with comic-book aesthetics

Mole

Cabinet reshuffle: grey men out, but are women just tokenism?

Mon 14 Jul, AT 11:12 The Mole

And there's one grey-haired old lag who can't be sacked despite his many faux-pas - Vince Cable

Virtual doctors: easier to talk to than the real thing

Mon 14 Jul, AT 08:24 Edie Lush

At USC's Institute of Creative Technologies in LA, the future is here – and it's virtual

Butler-Sloss and Patten? Are there no better candidates?

Fri 11 Jul, AT 08:15 Robert Chesshyre

Establishment should look beyond its circle and appoint more credible and younger people to these roles

Emergency surveillance bill a 'stitch-up' says Tom Watson

Thu 10 Jul, AT 10:26 The Mole

It may have cross-party support, but first-tracking measures on eve of MPs' holidays is controversial

Amazon Fire smartphone

Mobile news: readers on the rise but where's the revenue?

Thu 10 Jul, AT 09:40 Holden Frith

It's a story of missing clicks as social networking changes how we access news on the run

Another Gaza war: why Israel wanted to batter Hamas

Wed 9 Jul, AT 15:34 Venetia Rainey

This is more about dividing Palestinians for political ends than it is about three dead Israeli teenagers

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