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    1. April 28, 2016

      Sadiq Khan camp wary of taking London mayor poll lead for granted

      One week before London votes for a new mayor, Sadiq Khan’s campaign is not taking for granted its commanding lead in...

    2. April 26, 2016

      Conservatives come under fire over child refugees vote

      Critics have attacked the Conservative party for its reluctance to admit 3,000 child refugees from Europe, claiming...

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    1. Fast FT

      April 26, 2016

      Jeremy Hunt: Junior doctors are 'crossing a line'

      As an all-out strike by NHS junior doctors gets under way this morning, Jeremy Hunt, the health secretary, said no...

    2. April 26, 2016

      Racial politics leaves London mayor campaign at ‘disturbing low’

      The London mayor contest has sunk to “disturbing lows”, say Muslim groups that accuse the Conservatives of trying to...

    3. April 25, 2016

      May plays both sides with attack on Europe rights convention

      Theresa May, home secretary, has called for Britain to pull out of the European Convention of Human Rights, amid...

    4. April 25, 2016

      Theresa May adds some Euroscepticism to the Remain campaign

      The EU referendum campaign is as much about providing a shop window for the next Conservative party leader as it is...

    5. April 25, 2016

      May raises prospect of UK leaving Convention on Human Rights

      Theresa May, home secretary, has raised the prospect of Britain leaving the European Convention on Human Rights, saying...

    6. April 25, 2016

      Greenbelt housebuilding poised to surge

      The number of homes planned for greenbelt land in England has jumped by a quarter in the past year, despite a promise...

    7. April 22, 2016

      London’s mayoral race falls short in every way

      Staring at the voters of Europe’s largest city are two Lilliputian choices for mayor. The Conservative Zac Goldsmith...

    8. Fast FT

      April 22, 2016

      FirstFT - Keeping cocktails kosher

      Here’s a taste of today’s FirstFT email. You can sign up to receive it here. Brexit may break the Tory party The FT’s...

    9. April 21, 2016

      Brexit may break Britain’s Tory party

      Leadership of Britain’s Labour party passed last year into the hands of the dinosaurs. The fight over Britain’s place...

    10. April 20, 2016

      Labour fury over ‘racist’ David Cameron’s attack on Sadiq Khan

      David Cameron was heckled by Labour MPs with cries of “racist” in the Commons as the prime minister joined Conservative...

    11. April 20, 2016

      Government puts brakes on academies plan

      The government is putting the brakes on its plan to force all schools to become academies after running into strong...

    12. April 19, 2016

      Tory Brexit infighting spills into FCA debate

      A parliamentary debate on the independence of the City watchdog has been hijacked by Brexit infighting within the...

    13. April 19, 2016

      Gove ‘could be deputy prime minister’ after Brexit vote

      Michael Gove is seen by David Cameron as the key to restoring Conservative party unity after the EU referendum, but it...

    14. April 19, 2016

      Treasury Brexit dossier sparks Tory rebel fury

      George Osborne’s attempt to conquer the economic battlefield on Brexit with dire Treasury predictions of the damage...

    15. April 16, 2016

      Tory grandee increases Brexit pressure on Cameron

      David Cameron will “not last 30 seconds” as prime minister if Britain votes to leave the EU, according to former...

    16. April 14, 2016

      UK Labour party basks in David Cameron’s woes

      Labour’s business spokeswoman has called for an end to the vicious infighting and traitorous whispering that is...

    17. April 14, 2016

      Conservative MPs summoned to ‘bonding session’ as Cameron wobbles

      David Cameron has ordered his restive MPs to a “bonding session” — an overnight stay in the Crowne Plaza Hotel near...

    18. April 14, 2016

      MPs warn reforms will politicise appointments to public bodies

      Proposed changes to the system for appointments to public bodies may lead to further politicisation of senior posts, an...

    19. April 14, 2016

      Blow for South Korea ruling party in elections

      South Korea’s ruling party lost its slim parliamentary majority in general elections, delivering a fresh setback to...

    20. The World

      April 13, 2016

      Tories back away from Germany's rightwing populists

      A new chapter was written this week in the long and often tortured relationship of Britain’s ruling Conservative party...

    21. April 12, 2016

      Stephen Crabb vows to eradicate UK jobs gap for disabled

      The new UK work and pensions secretary is attempting to draw a line under recent rows over disability benefits, using...

    22. April 12, 2016

      Sajid Javid’s journey from Thatcherism to nationalisation

      Sajid Javid is on something of a journey. Less than a year ago the new business secretary was proud to flaunt his...

    23. April 11, 2016

      Angry British MPs rebel over Norway-style tax reporting

      MPs have responded angrily to the possibility of being forced to publish their tax returns, describing the idea as...

    24. April 11, 2016

      Cameron pushes for criminal sanctions over tax evasion

      David Cameron will on Monday promise to create a new criminal offence for companies that fail to stop their staff...

    25. April 11, 2016

      David Cameron is right to take control of his public image

      Who is to blame for David Cameron’s inept handling of the Panama Papers revelations? The prime minister himself or...

    26. April 10, 2016

      David Cameron and the great tax kerfuffle

      There is only one conclusion to be drawn from the kerfuffle over David Cameron’s tax affairs. What was all the fuss...

    27. April 10, 2016

      Ministers axe climate change research agencies

      Ministers have quietly removed funding for two groundbreaking efforts to combat climate change. The 12-year-old Central...

    28. April 10, 2016

      Cameron’s gift not a ‘dodge’, say tax experts

      A £200,000 gift to David Cameron by his mother was not a “dodge” to avoid tax, several experts said on Sunday in the...

    29. April 10, 2016

      Cameron sets out to defend his financial affairs

      David Cameron says he has done nothing wrong and has nothing to hide but this may offer scant protection on Monday as...

    30. April 10, 2016

      Cameron releases finance records

      David Cameron had a taxable income of more than £200,000 in 2014-15 and paid almost £76,000 in tax, an unprecedented...

    31. April 7, 2016

      Panama Papers offer a rich seam of outrage about David Cameron

      The biggest ever leak of secret documents this week sensationally exposed David Cameron as a bit of a rich toff. Even...

    32. April 1, 2016

      Londoners occupy steel magnate’s legacy library

      “If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need,” Cicero once wrote to a friend. Campaigners in south...

    33. March 27, 2016

      Conservative party faces rising grass roots rebellion

      Downing Street is facing a growing rebellion among grass roots Tories, with plans for sweeping school reforms and...

    34. March 25, 2016

      The reasons for the Tory infighting over Europe

      Few things are more hurtful than to discover, in middle age, that one is never going to be offered an important job....

    35. March 25, 2016

      George Osborne damaged but survives week of chaos

      David Cameron and George Osborne feared they could lose the entire Budget in the aftermath of the row over disability...

    36. March 24, 2016

      Osborne’s devolution plans hit by dissenting councils

      George Osborne’s “devolution revolution” has become the latest Treasury policy to run into trouble in the face of Tory...

    37. March 23, 2016

      Wafic Saïd sues Barclays over cutting ties

      Wafic Saïd, the Syrian-born billionaire businessman and philanthropist, is suing Barclays in London after it...

    38. March 23, 2016

      Labour MPs ranked by loyalty to Corbyn

      A leaked spreadsheet ranking Labour MPs by their loyalty to Jeremy Corbyn, their leader, convulsed the party on...

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