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Labour leadership election odds and polls: Can Corbyn win?

Huffington Post UKIt also revealed the biggest gap between the two parties since the end of Gordon Brown's leadership in 2010, with the Conservatives on...

EU referendum: Vote Leave reveals tough immigration plan

... paid off for the Prime Minister, with several polls showing the In vote pulling ahead. Even the Eurosceptic Telegraph's latest survey puts the campaign...

EU referendum: The date, the facts and the odds of Brexit

Voting on the EU referendum is now less than a month away and the opposing campaigns are in full swing - and becoming more ferocious...

Jeremy Corbyn denies Labour is suffering an 'anti-Semitism crisis'

He went on to call for Labour to be more "radical" than it had been under Tony Blair, Gordon Brown or Ed Miliband – but...

Tory leader race poll: Can anyone beat Boris Johnson?

"He should follow the honourable course taken by Iain Duncan Smith and resign." Divisions continue to deepen among the Conservatives, with The Guardian citing a...

EU referendum: Criminal dossier 'scaremongering of the worst kind'

Former Labour prime minister Gordon Brown also looks likely to play a central part in the campaign. Miliband's words will be interpreted as an oblique...

EU referendum: Stephen Hawking among 150 scientists urging UK to stay in

Eurosceptic Conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg said the governor had made "speculative comments" that were "beneath the dignity" of the institution, referring to Carney's speech last year...

Will buy-to-let face further curbs from the Bank of England?

Lawson, Conservative chancellor under Margaret Thatcher, "set an August deadline for cohabiting couples to claim double mortgage interest relief in his 1987 budget", creating a...

Will buy-to-let face further curbs from Bank of England?

Lawson, Conservative chancellor under Margaret Thatcher, "set an August deadline for cohabiting couples to claim double mortgage interest relief in his 1987 budget", creating a...

Tony Blair: Labour has become a 'tragedy' under Corbyn

The stakes are high for both parties, says Dr Robert Ford, Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Manchester. "Ukip, weakened by infighting and...

Refugee crisis: is EU aid offer to Africa 'bordering on blackmail'?

But the deal is nothing but "a watered down version" of the co-operation European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker had been hoping for, says the BBC's...

Labour leader: Corbyn wants 'right to buy' for private tenants

The latest examples of 'Corbynomics' were unveiled on the day it was revealed that a senior Conservative politician, Tim Loughton, had been "caught" trying to...

Labour leader: Corbyn 'madness' must stop, says Alan Johnson

"I condemn him for selling those shares at all." Blair's 'war crimes': Interviewed on Newsnight, Corbyn said the consequences of Tony Blair's "illegal" and "catastrophic"...

EU referendum: David Cameron finally finds support in Europe

Can David Cameron really achieve concessions substantial enough to satisfy the eurosceptics on his own backbenches, and across the country, before the in/out EU referendum?...

Queen's Speech: Cameron reveals radical agenda

The Financial Times says the appointment is "emblematic of Mr Cameron's plan to lead a government with free market instincts allied to a series of...

Heathrow expansion: will the Tories fast-track a new runway?

Business leaders in the UK have urged the new Conservative government to fast-track plans for a new runway in the southeast of England. But the...

Queen's Speech: what is on David Cameron's agenda?

The first all-Conservative Queen's Speech in 19 years will be delivered tomorrow, with counter-terrorism, employment and devolution reportedly high on the agenda. Sitting on the...

New Tory Cabinet meets: what to expect in first 100 days

NewsweekThe Times says his choice of ministerial line-up is an attempt to challenge the "Tories' elitist image" and promote a new brand of "blue-collar Conservatism",...

Royal baby: inside Lindo Wing where Kate Middleton is due to give birth

"Sales of food and drink soared as consumers popped open the bubbly and held barbeques to celebrate the royal family's newest arrival, Murray's Wimbledon triumph...

General Election 2015: Cameron 'should offer SNP a Home Rule pact'

Telegraph.co.ukThat's the view of Paul Goodman, editor of Conservative Home, who writes: “A constitutional horror? An offence to Conservative principles? An invitation to break up...

Ed Miliband for PM: is that what Farage really wants?

To achieve that any faster would require a flood of Tory defectors to Ukip this winter. Or does Farage simply want the Tories to lose?...

18 ways life has changed since Arsene Wenger joined Arsenal

Google did not exist, founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were studying at Stanford University and working on developing a search engine called BackRub. Mark...

Ukip's Clacton coup could open TV debate door for Farage

Daily Mail But the flattery fell flat as Boris read the small print from the Survation poll: when respondents were asked how they would vote if...