Desperate to agree an EU budget freeze, Britain looks isolated - and that's exactly what some EU countries want
The woman who stood up for bankers' bonuses is now arguing the case for the energy companies
Despite clamour for inquiry into £450,000 package, BBC Trust would have to refer itself to Audit Office
Allegations of market manipulation follow recent price rises for consumers
Theresa May in 'completely uncharted legal waters' as court rejects Jordan extradition
Press statement issued by Lord McAlpine
Tory Nadine Dorries may be breaking MPs' code of conduct by agreeing to take part in reality show
Meanwhile X himself tells Telegraph the sex abuse allegations are 'totally without any grounds'
Apple paid only 1.9% tax on profits, adding to controversy over US companies paying low tax rates in Britain
Labour MP could face another police probe over expenses claims for his work in Europe
London mayor rules out 'mixed mode' strategy for Heathrow and slams 'utter inertia' of Tory policy
Lord Turner has the talent and the brainpower. The worry is he might make the job too political
Labour is expected to join Tory rebels in voting for a cut in the EU budget, but the UK could end up paying more anyway...
PM's pledge to force energy companies to put customers on cheapest tariffs appears to vanish overnight
Labour leader lands punches over 'Plebgate' – before David Cameron's 'inner Flashman' appears at PMQs
But while the Pentagon hacker speaks of his relief, White House calls Theresa May's decision 'frustrating'
The mansion tax and other unspecified impositions risk putting the Lib Dems to the Left of Labour
As petition against cull reaches 100,000, Two Fat Ladies star suggests we eat leftover badger meat
Meanwhile, police chief warns badger culls will be risk to public safety because of presence of protesters
But Manchester United's Alex Ferguson says 'one bad year doesn't cast the game in doubt'