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After a lot of huffing and puffing, London Mayor Boris Johnson has stumped up money to settle his US capital gains tax bill.
Cameron says it will become one of the world’s “most powerful devolved parliaments”
What does the party stand for? Does it matter?
Disdain for Labour and Tories is driving voters to UKIP
Would he, wouldn’t he?
Chuka Umunna becomes the first MP ever to enhance his reputation by storming out of a live TV interviewVideo
Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna stormed off Sky News yesterday after a weird grilling from anchor Dermot Murnaghan.
Two Jags down to one after bug discovery
So much for George Osborne’s vision of a “northern powerhouse”
The Green Party now has more members than the Lib Dems and UKIP after gaining more than 2,000 members in ONE DAY – temporarily crashing the website.
A somewhat confused response from Farage
What’s going on and who’s doing it? A rapid recap
Updated - the Green Party has now overtaken UKIP in membership numbers
Pub Landlord to stand at South Thanet
George Osborne has been accused of damaging the energy sector by fellow cabinet member Ed Davey.
That’s what the other party leaders have called for, in formal letters
But the government doesn’t want to talk about it. Here’s why
Woah there! Wasn’t it time for an upgrade last century?
Warning: this article contains cringeworthy tweets from Rupert Murdoch
The prime minister met security chiefs today to stop "fanatical death cult of Islamist extremist violence"
David Cameron met with terror experts this morning to come up with a plan for defending Britain against terror attacks.
The capital showed its unity with France yesterday.
The House of Parliament are patrolled by armed police and sniffer dogs 24x7 and yet over £90,000 worth of goods have been stolen from its buildings since 2010.
Party leaders have rushed to criticise David Cameron, calling him a “chicken” who is “running scared”.
Security has been stepped up in London
As the world mourns the Charlie Hebdo attack victims
As the world reels from the killing of 10 journalists and two police officers in Paris, London is on guard.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has been snubbed in Nick Clegg’s election cabinet.