First Labour MPs call for Corbyn to quit

Leader struggles to contain split over vote to bomb Syria

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Basement battle: Foxtons founder beats France

Case undermined by neighbour’s vintage car park plans

NCA probe to review all warrants

Law enforcement body may have gathered evidence unlawfully

McDonnell sups with City bigwig

Shadow chancellor puts aside ‘overthrow of capitalism’

British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, leaves the treasury to deliver his autumn statement in the House of Commons.
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Whitehall faces annual rent bill of £1bn

Osborne to charge departments market rates

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Osborne shows an artistic side

National bodies relieved, but fate of local museums unclear

Q&A: why the PM wants to bomb Syria

Cameron says stopping Isis ‘means taking action in Syria

UK net migration rises to record high

ONS figures deal blow to government promise to limit numbers

Cameron’s Dutch ally warns on Brexit talks

Rutte says insistence on guarantees could scupper EU deal

Housebuilding incentives to be ‘sharpened’

Figures show payments boost development in face of objections

PM set to call vote on Isis air strikes

Corbyn says he cannot support RAF action in Syria

Cull the grey vote to dynamise politics

Britain would have a fairer society if it capped the voting age

Osborne’s axe falls on civic Britain

The exercise is one in transferring to town halls responsibility to implement Whitehall cuts

Four scenarios threatening Schengen zone

Migrant crisis and Paris attacks prompt nations to bring back border controls

Putin and Erdogan test each other’s resolve

Two popular nationalists who thrive on confrontation

Chance for UK to stem skills shortage

Apprenticeship levy has flaws but business must take ownership

Cameron’s cunning plan for bombing Syria

The questions over extending air raids answered in 43 key points

Osborne says austerity not over yet

Chancellor insists billions must still be cut from public spending

Cameron sets sights on Isis in Syria

PM seeks to expand UK’s role in global coalition

An economist’s view from Paul Johnson

Tight review but cuts to unprotected departments less than thought


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