David Cameron is to make a final push at an EU summit next week to win agreement for a four-year ban on EU migrants claiming in-work benefits, in the hope that fellow leaders show more flexibility than officials who have dismissed the proposal.
By staging a referendum on UK’s EU membership, David Cameron has chosen to “play with fire” and may find he is entirely dependent on the decisions of Labour voters to avoid finding himself badly burnt, a leading poll analyst has concluded.
Gordon Brown is to join the former central bankers Ben Bernanke and Jean-Claude Trichet on a new five-strong new global advisory board established by the international investment firm Pimco in his first role in the private sector since resigning as prime minister in 2010.
The Leeds United striker's fine efforts at the weekend have been rewarded.
Andros Townsend played an hour for Tottenham's under-21 side.
Can Newcastle United maintain the standard they showed against Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday?
The value of mergers and acquisitions has hit an all-time high following the $13.9bn takeover of the US coffee company Keurig Green Mountain by Germany’s Reimann family.
Traders are watching out for headwinds from the energy market as well as the reactions across markets as they countdown to the Federal Reserve's rate meeting next week.
Oil prices have slumped by 5% after the latest attempt by Saudi Arabia to kill off the threat from the US shale industry sent crude to its lowest level since the depths of the global recession almost seven years ago.
Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford looks set to return to Sunderland.
The inability to raise revenues and the ease with which the ultra rich can avoid paying tax, has put “an almost impossible constraint” on chancellors, the veteran former Conservative minister Ken Clarke has said.
Nicola Sturgeon will predict that Scotland is at a tipping point regarding gender equality as she commits to legislating for gender balance on public sector boards if re-elected next year.