With its treatment of Cyprus, the EU has unwittingly made the cost of leaving the euro much less daunting
Lord Hall faces 'first test' after anti-Thatcher campaigners push 'Ding Dong the Witch is Dead' to the top of the chart
YouGov poll suggests that any 'Thatcher bounce' is boosting Labour rather than the Conservatives
Gordon Brown had a good excuse and sent his wife; Ronnie Campbell would rather have been in a 'torture chamber'
Foreign Secretary intervenes as preparations for £10m 'Operation True Blue' intensify
It is not Britain's 'moral obligation' to give the Army's Afghan war interpreters automatic asylum here
Tricky afternoon ahead: how do Labour MPs stay polite for Ed's sake when they remember Thatcher with fear and loathing?
Mitch McConnell attacks recording of meeting in which his staff discuss 'emotionally unbalanced' actress
From financial deregulation to the right-to-buy scheme and the poll tax, Thatcher transformed the UK
Problem for Labour's leader is that the Thatcher dissidents – Scargill, Kinnock, Hatton – sound like political pygmies
The Skagit River bridge on the Interstate 5 highway linking Seattle and Vancouver suddenly collapsed last night, throwing vehicles and occupants into the water. There were no fatalities reported.
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