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Leaving EU would make Britain less competitive Airbus chief says
It’s the overgrown creature we’re still feeding and doing nothing to control.
The Labour MP instead backs Liz Kendall
The Labour Party needs to provide “reasonably business-friendly policies”, says Mills
From floods to fracking…
“I would like to apologise directly to Nigel for the phrase ‘snarling, thin-skinned and aggressive’”
Cooper hits out at Miliband’s “anti-business” rhetoric
It’s not a transport project, and makes no coherent sense, Wolmar says
Perhaps, if a former adviser has his way
After “Red-Ed”, what direction will Labour take next?
“Bloody” spending review will make civil service smallest in recent history
Unite boss Len McCluskey has threatened to withdraw support from the Labour Party unless it elects the “correct leader”.
“I have not found it to be a comfortable experience,” he says.
We’re leading the way in LGBT representation
Carney’s punchy nuggets: BoE chief on the EU, and why UK productivity is not harmed by foreign workers
Bank of England chief executive Mark Carney has said that cheap foreign Labour is not harming Britain’s productivity, in fact the reverse.
Astus CEO Frances Dickens has high hopes for Business Secretary Sajid Javid
Here’s why everyone is going on about the Black Spider Memos
Disunity in UKIP grows after Farage’s electoral failure
It pretty much represents how the PM must have been feeling on Friday morning
Sadiq Khan, the Labour MP for Tooting, has formally declared his intention to run for Mayor of London.
This is the first measure Cameron wants to bring in that the Lib Dems wouldn’t have agreed with. And it’s a big one
Here are the things that could cause huge problems for the PM
Streatham MP Chuka Umunna has announced his decision to run for the leadership of the Labour party.
As UKIP rejects Nigel Farage’s resignation
Future in doubt for world’s oldest national broadcasting organisation
Proposals will make it harder for unions to call a strike
Lord Sugar fires himself from the Labour Party
They lost their seats, but they’re not out of pocket