If US helps fight Isis, it could mean targeting British citizens

Fri 13 Jun, AT 10:32 The Mole

Government under pressure to do something about British jihadists joining Islamist takeover campaign

UK jobless figure 'falling like a stone' but wages keep shrinking

Wed 11 Jun, AT 11:16 The Mole

Miliband and Balls vindicated for banging on about cost of living crisis – but still the Blairites complain

Ofsted chief: Gove rejected 'no notice' inspections in 2012

Briefing Tue 10 Jun, AT 08:55

Sir Michael Wilshaw delivers findings on claims of a hard-line Muslim takeovers in Birmingham schools

George Osborne the winner as Tory schools feud unravels

Mon 9 Jun, AT 10:27 The Mole

Leadership rival May has her wings clipped – while IMF's Lagarde confesses 'We were wrong about UK'

Tories keep Ukip at bay to win Newark: but what about Ed?

Fri 6 Jun, AT 09:26 The Mole

Conservatives in buoyant mood: does Labour really look like an alternative government?

An employee at Amazon

Zero-hour contracts: are they fair and why the controversy?

Briefing Fri 6 Jun, AT 09:02

The Queen's Speech included plans to reform zero-hour contracts, which affect about 1.4 million people

The Queen

Queen's Speech summary: the 'bold' new bills for 2014

Summary Wed 4 Jun, AT 16:12

Pensions overhaul and proposal to sack MPs who break the law among Coalition's final programme

Gove v May row beats plastic bags and pensions for interest

Wed 4 Jun, AT 10:08 The Mole

While BBC man adds spice to the row by alleging an affair between two officials involved

Matteo Renzi, Italy's new boy, shows how diplomacy is done

Tue 3 Jun, AT 12:06 Andrea Vogt

Italian prime minister is basically pro-European - and he won far more support than either Ukip or the FN

Merkel teaches Cameron a lesson: never play strip poker

Tue 3 Jun, AT 08:55 The Mole

Cameron is left with nowhere to go – except out – after German Chancellor ignores his objections to Juncker

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