The cost of a George Osborne budget joke has soared.
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“Work until you drop” is the message from the government and private pension firms.
Esther McVey, the former TV presenter and employment minister, had the bad luck to be one of the few Tory MPs to lose a seat to Labour last year.
The Tories have suffered a series of defeats over the past two weeks.
Google has agreed to pay back £130 million in back taxes, which is nice of them.
The 62 richest people on the planet are worth more than the combined wealth of half the world’s population.
Bungling Baron George Osborne warned against complacency over the economy last week.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds in allowances were paid during 2015 to peers who went through the year without ever contributing in the House of Lords.
Evidence at the trials of Sun journalists showed that Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper group prompted the police investigation into payments by its own papers. It did so because it wanted to escape a corporate prosecution for corruption. It has got its way.
War is good for business. Defence companies have rushed to assure investors that they stand to gain from the escalating conflicts in the Middle East.
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General Sir Nicholas Houghton—chief of the defence staff—decided to use Remembrance Sunday to argue for the importance of killing lots of people.
David Cameron insisted he does know poor people on daytime televison this week. Presumbly he meets them on the way to his new club.
The publicity shy war criminal Tony Blair has opened a public relations offensive before the publication of the Chilcot report.
A stark report highlighting the gross inequality between the world’s richest and poorest has revealed the top 1 percent of the global population now holds half its wealth.
Oh my Lords! The meetings and the shares stay secret
David Cameron claims he will leave office having made the Tories the party of “ordinary working families”.
‘It’s important to do the stuff behind the scenes’
David Cameron has yet to explain why he wrote to the government’s top lawyer after a friend at Heythrop Hunt was charged with fox hunting in 2008.