Uber will survive black cab strikes and the odd complaint

Tue 30 Sep, AT 10:39 Edie Lush

London regulators have given Uber the all-clear and some black cab drivers are even signing up

Don Brind

Ukip theatricals: the Tory nightmare has barely begun

Mon 29 Sep, AT 14:28 Don Brind

With the Tories six points behind Labour in mega-poll, Ukip can ruin the Tories’ election hopes

The Mole

Death tax move and welfare cuts: Tories panic over Ukip jumpers

Mon 29 Sep, AT 10:32 The Mole

Two of Cameron’s former aides question his leadership style after terrible start to conference

Ryder Cup victory shows what good Europeans we really are

Mon 29 Sep, AT 08:53 Robert Chesshyre

Don’t forget, the European team was formed because UK alone could not amass the talent to beat USA

The Mole

Ukip, hunting blue-collar votes, takes the fight to Labour

Fri 26 Sep, AT 10:40 The Mole

And are two more Tories set to follow Douglas Carswell and defect to Ukip? That’s the buzz

Crispin Black

Bombing IS in Iraq is not the answer: the threat is here

Fri 26 Sep, AT 07:51 Crispin Black

Cameron’s breathless posturing won’t solve problem of home-grown jihadists serving IS’s grisly cause

The Mole

Labour backs strikes on IS in Iraq - but gaffes rule the day

Wed 24 Sep, AT 10:33 The Mole

Neither Cameron in New York nor Miliband in Manchester enjoy great ‘prime ministerial’ days

Don Brind

NHS cash gets public thumbs-up - just as Labour knew it would

Wed 24 Sep, AT 09:33 Don Brind

The private polling conducted before a leader’s speech is as critical as the opinion polling afterwards

Miliband’s mansion tax will destroy London communities

Wed 24 Sep, AT 08:46 Robert Chesshyre

Already lawyers and bankers are taking over London neighbourhoods: this will make it easier for them

Charles Laurence

Syria: does Obama know for sure who his 'friends' are?

Tue 23 Sep, AT 11:21 Charles Laurence

Family of beheaded journalist claim he was sold to IS by 'moderates' Obama is now supporting

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