From New York, Miliband also warns that no US government will take Britain seriously again if we leave EU
Lawyers will contest decision not to prosecute police after shooting at Stockwell Tube station
The Chancellor is staking his legacy on a tough new economic plan to 'fix the roof while the sun is shining'
DVLA scraps paper driving licence, but website crash leaves holidaymakers queuing in the streets
Tories were said to be after a high-profile candidate to take on Labour and replace Boris Johnson as London mayor
Europe's largest bank will cut another 17,000 jobs outside Britain to save money and bolster shareholder returns
Health officials divided over Welsh government's plan to restrict electronic cigarette use
Litigation also underway, with lawyer seeking 'substantial damages' after The Smiler collision
Harriet Harman claims that even Labour supporters were privately relieved about last month's defeat
The NHS warns that blood donation levels are worrying low, but are their donor restrictions too extensive?
Seven people were taken to hospital after being discovered in storage containers at a port in Essex
PM gave order because he didn't want to risk upsetting backbenchers when he has such a small majority
Short questionnaire claims to determine the likelihood of a person dying in the next five years
Police confirm the cause of 13-year-old's death was hanging and it is not being treated as suspicious
From the party conference disaster to the mockery of Ed Stone: Miliband's aides discuss defeat
Chancellor urged to slow down on spending cuts to protect the most vulnerable people in society
What does the Conservative majority mean for HS2, the controversial plan for a high-speed rail link?
Campaigners urge Pride in London to drop 'homophobic, transphobic and misogynistic' party from line-up
New Energy Secretary Amber Rudd puts pressure on Big Six to pass on fall in wholesale costs