Chancellor pulls a rabbit out of the hat with stamp duty reform – but hides one crucial forecast
Scottish Ukip MEP says the message will 'backfire' and make people 'more determined to vote for Ukip'
Chancellor George Osborne delivers Autumn Statement against backdrop of high deficit
From 'weedy and square' comprehensive school pupil to opposition leader. Will Ed be the next PM?
Political commentators revise their opinions of the former PM, once labelled the 'bully with a big ego'
Labour says government flooding investment is just a re-announcement of funding confirmed last year
Lord Ashcroft says sorry for human error that led to Labour leader being wrongly branded a loser
Cash for NHS and roads masks bad news on borrowing (and it’s odd how many roads serve coalition seats)
Judge describes MP's behaviour as 'childish' and says he probably did call police officers 'plebs'
As Cameron pledges curbs on benefits, mayor tells Singapore businessmen they are welcome in London
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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