The Chancellor faces ridicule after he tells Tories there are ‘advantages’ to more people paying the higher rate of tax
Tony Benn was a man who dined modestly – and never came to terms with his first-class status
The 'lodestar for the Labour left' made enemies but was regarded with a good degree of affection
The stalwart of the Labour Left, who has died aged 88, was an eloquent and passionate speaker
After four-year delay, observers wonder if Middle East peace process is now finally a priority for PM
It might have been a lot easier if he'd just said: vote Labour and you won't get a referendum
Flagship jobs pledge aims to tackle youth unemployment and bring an end to a 'benefits for life'
'Are you employing - or have you ever employed - a foreign cleaner?' It's the new 'McCarthy' question
Sarkoleaks: Bruni mocked French president about his salary, while adviser called him 'the dwarf'
Lib Dem and Ukip leaders to go head to head on radio and television in 'great battle of the minnows'
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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