But Alistair Darling will regret being forced to say: 'Of course we could use the pound…'
And why the PM must accept that destroying the Sunni fanatics will necessitate 'boots on the ground'
House arrest measures needed, says Carlile, and Clegg 'was wrong to block snooper's charter'
How will Brendan Rodgers handle the Italian, and how will he fit the Liverpool system?
Cameron isn't the only one: Obama plays golf while IS threatens to execute second journalist
Polling points up two problems for the Tories: Ukip vote stays solid and there's a big swing to Labour
Former Cardiff boss out of running for Palace job after extraordinary dossier sent to the FA
The Samsung Galaxy Nook faces an 'uphill struggle' to challenge Amazon's dominance of the e-reader market
Street protests marred a wedding between a Muslim and a Jew in Israel this week, but interfaith marriage is on the rise
If we want Kurds to act as our 'boots on the ground' against IS, there can be no more broken promises
Fan discontent on the rise at Old Trafford once again, but unpopular owners are going nowhere
Microsoft's former CEO and chairman will be remembered as much for his failures as his successes
Veteran film critic raises eyebrows by attacking star's 'saccharine tooth-rotting sentimentality'
After one game in blue former Arsenal and Barcelona man is hailed as signing of the summer
Government to launch consultation on strengthening the law to protect victims of psychological abuse
Cameron appears to agree with John Humphrys that his holiday was 'unseemly' after beheading
UK manufacturing costs now rival those in Eastern Europe, but low-paid workers may not join the celebrations
Fares increase four times as quickly as wages but rail operators say the money is needed for improvement works
Tabloids and Labour MPs ask why PM is leaving for Cornwall if Islamic State is such a monstrous threat
The answer to the question 'Is meat bad for you?' remains the same – Yes and No