Meanwhile George Osborne is condemned for urging ministers to fast-track fracking in leaked letter
Final years of Leon Brittan 'tarnished' as he found himself at centre of historic child abuse inquiry
But David Cameron says Scotland will be one of the 'most powerful devolved parliaments in the world'
Retailer accused of discrimination after black and Asian dolls priced at £10 less than white dolls
London Mayor reportedly settled his capital gains tax bill before trip back to his country of birth
Government to bring forward legislation in '360 degree rotation' on plain packaging stance
Legal document Gordon Ramsay claims was forged is valid, rules judge, in dispute with father-in-law
Divorced dad risks jail sentence if he fails to take his children to Catholic mass at Christmas
Latest CPI figures show inflation has slowed to 0.5%, prompting fears the economy could go into reverse
Duchess insists the sex of the baby will remain a surprise until April – but everyone's hoping for a girl
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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