Lewis Hamilton wants to see drivers consulted more over rule changes in Formula One after being unimpressed by the reshaping of the sport this week.
The pound would fall 15%-20% against the dollar. The UK economy in 2017 would grow at only the half the rate currently expected.
So Tony Blair is puzzled about the rise of Jeremy Sanders and Bernie Corbyn as fiery leftwing candidates for high office.
David Cameron’s deal with other EU member states could be challenged by the European court of justice, Michael Gove has said.
A vote to leave the European Union would amount to a step into an “abyss of uncertainty and risk”, the chairman of the manufacturers’ organisation EEF is to warn.
David Cameron has moved to calm his dramatic row with Boris Johnson over the EU referendum, but faced fresh tensions with Eurosceptic ministers and his first direct call from a Tory MP to stand down if he loses the referendum.
After almost a year of protracted negotiations, and a week of apparent impasse, an agreement has been reached between the Scottish and UK governments on the future funding of Holyrood following the further devolution of tax and welfare powers.
An impassioned cry almost drowned out the sound of Formula One cars coming back to life at the Circuit de Catalunya, as Christian Horner, the Red Bull team principal, implored the sport to save itself at a meeting in Geneva on Tuesday afternoon.
Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls has said Labour “didn’t deserve” to win last year’s general election, because under Ed Miliband’s leadership it wasn’t ready to confront Britain’s problems.
The shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, has intervened in the Labour leadership race, criticising the party’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, and accusing senior figures of attempting to “put the party’s members back in their box”.