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Treasury figures saying we're actually better off are questionable: can a blunt Liverpudlian do better?
Better than expected unemployment figures will put pressure on Bank Governor to raise interest rates
Good economic news for George Osborne means whispering campaign against Balls will continue
Rennard calls for his accusers to back down and tells how he has considered 'self harm'
Women threaten to resign, there’s talk of a plot against Rennard, Clegg sounds like he's pleading with the peer
The value of taxpayer-owned banks drops by £1bn – and Osborne outflanks him with £7 minimum wage support
Osborne wants RBS to keep its best people – but risks claims that Tories 'stand up for the wrong people'
If Alastair Campbell is right, the 2015 election looks set to produce a Labour/Lib Dem coalition
As 95 Tories demand the right to veto EU rules, Clarke says immigrants make Britain 'healthier'
Labour missed a trick in 2010: now they're taking Lib Dems seriously in case it proves necessary
And if small businesses keep protesting it's a lousy idea, Cameron can always blame Nick Clegg
Twin attacks on Tory policy by Clegg and Cable make it easier for PM to please his backbenchers
Chancellor aims to protect pensioners and hit young people on benefits and rich council tenants instead
As Cobra meets to discuss flooding, Environment Secretary is left in deep water by predecessor
'Opinions not facts' argues BBC political editor as 'Guardian types' take over Today programme
Long-running scandal all began with William when his friend Tom Bradby realised he'd been hacked
Romanian 'surge' may be a phantom problem but electorate and MPs demanded a solution
Cameron promised west Londoners it would never happen – now there are TWO Heathrow options
Alistair Darling, now running No campaign in Scotland, will be free soon. And he's boring – which is good
Lord Patten under pressure: tape recording about as welcome as dog poo, says Jeremy Paxman
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