The campaign that has cost the Army 439 lives in Afghanistan was never endorsed by MPs
Military leaders are like BBC execs – near-impossible to sack and without the self-knowledge to step down
British government pays £2m to Libyan dissident as CIA is found guilty of 'torture'
Tony Blair's former spin doctor praises Leveson's report, but others demur
From the Sunday papers: from the Queen guitarist's country estate cull to the new Archbishop's alcohol-dependent father...
The woman who stood up for bankers' bonuses is now arguing the case for the energy companies
Tabloid tales: 'Robsten' reunion is a 'showmance' for fans; Nicole Scherzinger doesn't know who the PM is
Lord Turner has the talent and the brainpower. The worry is he might make the job too political
Opinion digest: Cameron's eventual replacement, the petty Today programme, Prince Charles's letters
PM laughs at Naughtie's suggestion that he should post Johnson abroad – but refuses to stamp Boris out
British public life resembles 1950s horror film The Undead: people we hoped we’d seen the last of keep coming back
Famous Marxist historian and one of the 20th century's greatest thinkers has died at 95
Lib Dem leader can brush off Lord Sugar's insults, but it's the middle classes he needs to worry about
Glencore is expected to offer just over three new shares for every one in Xstrata to seal deal
From the Sunday papers: from Andrew Marr's alleged indiscretion to the bootlegger's son tipped to be Archbishop
Should Boris have rolled out the red carpet for a man who can get the country's mood so wrong?
Opinion Digest: Boris Johnson hasn't a chance – and nor do state school pupils when it comes to sport
Iran deals harshly with perpetrators of £1.7bn fraud after public outcry against cronyism
Blair's followers want him to help Ed Miliband win next election. But shadow of Iraq won't go away
Volley of abusive tweets at David Cameron suggests Murdoch is fed up with the PM – and the rest of us