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Crowd steals the show, ripping into Cameron and Miliband, and baying for Clegg’s blood
You can’t live in Buckingham Palace, but this is pretty close
Fighting talk from Balls, but can it really gain Labour support from concerned businesses?
Ugly scenes last night at London Bridge as commuters queue just to get inside
Is the party getting a bit jumpy ahead of the election?
Got a tattoo? Read this before buying the Apple Watch
Britain has lost its crown as home of the most institutions in the Times Higher Education’s list of new universities.
Over 200,000 ballot papers for next week’s elections are missing after a can carrying them was stolen from Dagenham.
Leaving the EU is threat to stability say business leaders
Tories dismiss claim as “desperate stuff”
Employees were told to take the day off. When they returned, the pub had been destroyed
The highlight of Ed Miliband’s interview in Russell Brand’s kitchen was the Labour leader’s fluctuating accent.
One city is worse than London
Ashcroft points to Tory majority, while Populus puts Miliband in Number 10
Why is commuting becoming increasingly stressful?
Yohan Ruso, founder and director of Praditus explains why a Labour/SNP government may “spell disaster”
Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike Couple has been handed a two-year jail sentence in absentia in an Egyptian jail for alleged embezzlement.
80% of the UK’s houses are out of reach for average earners
From actors dressed as Zebras to…
The station served as Sir Winston Churchill’s bunker during the Second World War
London’s oldest car park could be converted into a £500m luxury complex boasting flats, private members’ clubs and art galleries.
Tweeted picture goes viral
Eight days to the General Election, who cares? Let’s celebrate Ed Balls Day!
Scheme will target unemployed 22-24-year-olds
This isn’t the news that George Osborne wanted today.
Profits boosted by all-time record performance of the App Store
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Docklands Light Railway (DLR) workers could go on strike over two different pay disputes.
Tories go all out on business and the economy - but are there doubts over Cameron’s leadership?
How many billions did he add to his wealth in 2014?
Miliband takes on housing issues
London has more billionaires than any other city in the world
What nickname will Londoners give this one? (The Pistol, perhaps?)
Watch wars: Can the British bookshop beat the world’s largest tech company in the wearables market?
Miliband argues £2.7m London home is not a mansion
HSBC could move its HQ out of London following a review into its “regulatory and structural reforms”.
What else does Qatar own in Britain?
How many women on the list?
Here’s what business leaders say
Which party leaders are religious and which aren’t?
Which other musicians are minted? Here’s the top 10
Facebook’s first quarter profits have surprised analysts after falling just 20% since the same period last year.
It just got a new global chief product officer too
Hatton Garden heist: First pictures show how thieves drilled through concrete wall to reach diamonds
Scenes of devastation left by diamond thieves
US wants to extradite Navinder Singh Sarao for share price manipulation
Warning: these images will make you forget Ed Miliband’s bacon sarnie moments
Shapps denies editing his own and others MPs’ Wikipedia entries
Sorry Britons, the British passport is sadly not the most powerful passport in the world.
The retailer has posted the biggest loss in its 96-year history
UK’s largest grocer says there will be no dividends for shareholders this year
David Spencer-Percival’s recruitment firm on course to make £80m gross profit by 2018
Britain’s biggest payday lender Wonga has reported a pre-tax loss of £37.3m for 2014.
Are the Conservatives’ repeated warnings over an SNP-Labour government winning the Scottish party greater support?
Tim Campbell MBE, best known for being the first ever winner of Alan Sugar’s “The Apprentice” and Chairman of social enterprise, Bright Ideas Trust, has launched an ambitious new competition to find the UK’s most hard-working students.
Consumer magazine hits out at “confusing” price structures
As the retailer prepares to announce the biggest loss in its 96-year history
Six storey building gave way without warning