Government under pressure to do something about British jihadists joining Islamist takeover campaign
Miliband and Balls vindicated for banging on about cost of living crisis – but still the Blairites complain
Sir Michael Wilshaw delivers findings on claims of a hard-line Muslim takeovers in Birmingham schools
Leadership rival May has her wings clipped – while IMF's Lagarde confesses 'We were wrong about UK'
Conservatives in buoyant mood: does Labour really look like an alternative government?
The Queen's Speech included plans to reform zero-hour contracts, which affect about 1.4 million people
Pensions overhaul and proposal to sack MPs who break the law among Coalition's final programme
While BBC man adds spice to the row by alleging an affair between two officials involved
Italian prime minister is basically pro-European - and he won far more support than either Ukip or the FN
Cameron is left with nowhere to go – except out – after German Chancellor ignores his objections to Juncker
Israeli soldiers camouflage their faces at a staging point on the Palestinian border as they prepare to enter Gaza City. Israel observed a four-hour ceasefire yesterday after shells struck a UN school in Jabaliya killing 19 refugees.
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