Downing Street plays down decision while Buenos Aires celebrates victory in the territorial dispute
Former deputy chairwoman given six-month ban after criticising fellow party member
John McDonnell among the 66 officials calling for Treasury committee inquiry into 'Lobo' deals
'Arbitrary' decision to apply a brutal welfare cap prompted 'desperate search for savings' and has left target in tatters
Religious extremism is nurturing bigotry and conflict, warns former prime minister
How Chancellor George Osborne's new pay structure will affect workers, bosses and the wider economy
Banks with US operations worry about potential penalties while 'primary sanctions' remain in place
US President speaks out during interview – but White House insists it 'deeply' values UK's contributions
Nobel laureate fails to overturn military ruling blocking her from becoming leader
Women in Europe still under-represented in corridors of power, with only three countries approaching equal numbers
Chancellor hails £8bn increase in revenues from high earners, sparking speculation of further cuts in Budget
Freedom of Information Act requests have exposed everything from expenses scandal to hunt for Nessie
Employment minister's hardline stances and unabashed Thatcherism have made her a leader of the 'new Right'
Newly released government files reveal ministers' fears over the 'most celebrated political disaster in post-war Britain'
First account-holders are already cashing in and claiming government bonus of at least £400
The US senator for Vermont has surpassed expectations so far in the presidential race
Iain Duncan Smith's welfare project aims to simplify benefits system and ensure that work pays
The Florida senator has touched a chord with average voters as well as the party elite – but exactly how moderate is he?
Can the ultra-conservative become the next Republican presidential nominee?