London politics news & analysis
Is the race for the next Conservative Party leader now on?
Government remains reluctant to present membership agreement wishlist
Osborne announces largest power transfer to councils “in living memory”
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is facing an investigation over claims he is using taxpayer money to fund a tour of anti-EU dates across the UK.
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch has counter-sued computer goliath Hewlett-Packard for over $150m (£99m).
According to one party donor, he could be
Exclusive interview – “I’m a campaigner, I like to get things done”
Former Labour supporter Lord Sugar has hit out at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s policies.
Government can’t have it both ways
Or is this a clever political game? We investigate
According to the government’s own figures, nitrogen oxide has since contributed to over 20,000 deaths
Cuts to green subsidies leave investors reeling
Labour membership now almost at 1997 high
Bankers and hedge funds “owe a debt” to previous QE programme, says Paul Marshall
Corbyn has created a “big gap” between Labour and the Conservatives, says mayoral hopeful
Analysis: Business leaders are failing to make the most of a big opportunity
From “swimming through vomit” to remarks about “assassinating Thatcher”, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has uttered a lot of not-so-good quotable quotes throughout his career.
Jeb Bush puts idea forward during Republican debate
What’s he been up to?
Labour leader says he will not campaign for Brexit
Analysis: Calm Corbyn changes tone of PMQs, but can he do it again?
LondonLovesBusiness spoke to pollster Ben Page
Ex-Labour supporter & YO! Sushi millionaire Simon Woodroffe: "Corbyn will restore public's faith in politics"
The YO! Sushi founder agrees with the Labour leader on wealth redistribution
Can Corbyn unite a parliamentary party who didn’t vote for him?
“Swim through vomit”, “assassinate Thatcher”: Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell in his own wordsVideo
The outspoken MP was once suspended from the House of Commons during an outburst
Corbyn under fire after top five senior roles go to men
The Tories have a released a scathing attack on Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn through a new video.