A case of champagne is among the rewards being offered by tabloids and rightwing pundits in return for the whereabouts of the so-called “Ed Stone”.
Caroline Flint is extremely likely to run as deputy leader of the Labour party in a challenge to the likely trade union favourite Tom Watson, the Guardian understands.
A battle for the soul of the Labour party was in full swing on Sunday as Peter Mandelson tore into what he called the “terrible” mistakes of Ed Miliband’s leadership, which produced the party’s worst election result since 1987.
David Cameron is to move fast to capitalise on his general election victory by introducing key elements in the Tory manifesto for an EU referendum and the scrapping of the Human Rights Act that will be overseen by Michael Gove.
Ed Miliband, the vanquished former Labour leader, is planning to offer his services to the next Labour leader and will not abandon frontline politics.
Toni Kroos picked up a knock during Real Madrid’s 2-2 draw with Valencia.
The Bank of England returns to the spotlight this week when it unveils its latest economic forecasts against the backdrop of record low inflation and the prospect of deep government spending cuts.
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George Osborne could be in line for a quick post-election windfall from a multimillion-pound fine to be imposed on Barclays for rigging foreign exchange markets.
Eurozone politicians are hoping for glimmers of a long-awaited economic rebound this week, with growth in the single currency bloc forecast to beat both the UK and US.