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David Cameron has taken a job with the electronic payments firm First Data Corporation, his first major private sector job since leaving office.
Who do you blame (or praise) for Britain’s decision to leave the European Union?
With the BBC reporting that the PM is set to make a big Brexit speech next week in Florence, here are seven significant EU-related speeches.
George Osborne told colleagues at the Evening Standard that he will not rest until Theresa May is “chopped up in bags in my freezer”, according to a profile of the former chancellor.
Scotland’s next election was originally due in 2020, but was moved to 2021 to avoid a clash. Let’s change it back.
The UK currently uses the first-past-the-post voting system, but what if it switched to a fairer system.
7 times things got physical between an MP and the public
Middlesbrough central defender Nathan Wood is reportedly on the radar of Tottenham Hotspur, Everton, Arsenal and Burnley.
Leeds United's Liam Cooper struggled at times on his Scotland debut.
Maryan Shved has played 20 minutes for Celtic this season.
Tottenham Hotspur's Giovani Lo Celso has posted a message on social media.
Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Conor Coady and Aston Villa attacking midfielder Jack Grealish are not in the current England team.
The Celtic striker made a lasting impression on his loan debut.
Tyler Roberts hasn't played for Leeds United this season.
Spurs finally brought Giovani Lo Celso to the Premier League but Real Betis have found a fine replacement in La Liga newcomer Nabil Fekir.
The Liverpool defender struggled on international duty last night.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers re-signed Ryan Kent this week.
David Cameron has not collected quite as many roles as George “Six Jobs” Osborne since leaving office, but the former prime minister has been ramping up his commercial activity in recent months.
Politicians pay is always a point of dispute - but it's reasonable to expect the Prime Minister to get a decent whack. But who gets more?
Only a free and fair vote can break the deadlock currently facing one of Spain’s most prosperous regions.