Malcolm Rifkind is not the first Conservative member for Kensington to leave under a cloud
Senior Conservative gives up job chairing Parliament's security committee and will stand down as MP
Tories still have a problem persuading voters that the positive economic news benefits all, not just the rich
Commitments on education, health and taxes sit alongside traditional Ukip policies on immigration and the EU
Labour leader uses latest ‘cash for access’ scandal to push for a ban on MPs earning second incomes
Tory chairman says they only have to win over 11,000 voters to grab victory. Wrong, says our poll-watcher
House of Lords committee accuses UK and EU of a 'catastrophic misreading' of the mood in Russia
BBC reporter goes to Wolverhampton South West and finds not one student interested in voting
Robert Mugabe is offered an economic 'olive branch' – but what exactly is going on in Zimbabwe?
By ignoring Nigel Farage, both main parties hope to keep his challenge at bay. Will it work?
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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