Ed Miliband says he is feeling optimistic about being prime minister by the end of this week.
The European Union is investigating claims that McDonald’s avoided more than €1bn ($1.1bn) in tax by exploiting a controversial royalties loophole through Luxembourg.
Britain’s economy will grow at a slower pace this year and faces serious risks from weak productivity and a troubled eurozone, a leading thinktank has warned.
President Barack Obama has led tributes to Dave Goldberg, the boss of Silicon Valley startup SurveyMonkey and husband of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, who died following a freak treadmill accident while on holiday in Mexico.
There was an amusing but telling exchange at the press launch of the world snooker championship a little over a fortnight ago.
The striker's contract is up in the summer but he won't be returning to the club to train during the final weeks of the season.
The Conservatives have raised 10 times more in donations than Labour in the final week of the general election campaign, official figures showed on Tuesday.
Nick Clegg raised questions on Tuesday about the stability of any post-election deal with the Conservatives, saying he would never be a party to a government that recommended withdrawal from the EU.
David Cameron has been praised by a former member of Barack Obama’s cabinet for adopting an “innovative and effective” approach to business that has been critical in building Britain’s economic recovery.
Nate Silver, the statistician who correctly predicted the US 2012 election results in every state, has suggested there could be an “incredibly messy outcome” to the UK general election.
Jim Murphy has accused the SNP of wanting to consign Scotland to years of deepening division over independence, after Nicola Sturgeon accused both Labour and the Tories of clinging to the idea that they are entitled to a Westminster majority instead of embracing the multi-party election that the public wants.