Driverless car

Driverless cars get UK green light, but would you trust them?

Briefing Thu 31 Jul, AT 14:40

Soon driverless cars arrive on British roads, introducing a range of technical, legal and moral quandaries

The Argentine National Congress in Buenos Aires

Argentina's debt default: why does it matter?

First Reaction Thu 31 Jul, AT 14:12

Described as a battle between 'vultures' and the people, Argentina's debt default could have serious consequences

Ravel Morrison

Ravel Morrison charged with assaulting two women

One-Minute Read Thu 31 Jul, AT 14:01

Midfielder due to appear in court a day after West Ham boss urges him to focus on football

Everton's new striker Romelu Lukaku

From Lukaku to Campbell: how big clubs play the loan system

Transfer Talk Thu 31 Jul, AT 13:21

Lukaku made Chelsea £17m profit and Joel Campbell could do the same for Arsenal

Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman

Comic-Con 2014: five things we've learnt

Summary Thu 31 Jul, AT 13:27

From Mad Max to Quentin Tarantino, the highlights from four days of San Diego's Comic-Con

The Bild article 'describing' British holiday-makers

Big, burnt and boozy: German tabloid scoffs at Brits abroad

First Reaction Thu 31 Jul, AT 13:08

Bild reels off British holiday ailments, from 'underwear amnesia' to 'Prince Harry syndrome'

Man Utd's Jonny Evans

Man Utd shares: should fans buy 5% stake sold by Glazers?

Briefing Thu 31 Jul, AT 11:47

As the Glazers sell £89m worth of Man Utd shares, here's what buying a stake in the club would involve

Gas and electricity firms are expected to double their profits, according to Ofgem

Energy prices: how are the big firms making so much money?

First Reaction Thu 31 Jul, AT 11:28

Finger pointed at the Big Six, government, Miliband and consumers – but are the figures correct?

A column of Russian T-90 tanks rolls through Red Square

Nato 'unprepared' to repel Russian attack, MPs warn

One-Minute Read Thu 31 Jul, AT 11:04

UK defence watchdog says major overhaul is required to defend against cyber-warfare and 'irregular militias'

Mole

Cameron's tax chat: a big hint or a little electioneering?

Thu 31 Jul, AT 10:59 The Mole

PM says he would 'love' to raise 40p tax threshold – but he can't promise it, and here's why

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