Huge demand for shares, a decent price and high uptake among staff – so far, the process is going even better than expected.
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The IMF and the IoD have glad tidings for the nation’s economic prospects.
The Deputy Prime Minister evidently feels staying in the EU is more important than facts or, for that matter, the law.
The Unite leader and the Shadow Chancellor demanded scalps – and they’ve got them.
Osborne to cut green taxes in response to Miliband’s energy proposal – but why wasn’t this Tory policy all along?
Like the pledge to match Labour’s spending plans, we should never have adopted flawed, left wing ideas as totems of modernisation.
The best chance to get an In/Out referendum is for Euro-sceptics to back the Wharton Bill, in full and unedited
Superficially attractive, Afriyie’s amendment threatens to sink the only opportunity for the people to have a say on the EU.
The Mayor of London dismisses claims he is involved in campaign to deselect Crispin Blunt.
You wouldn’t know it by the behaviour of successive governments, but the question of how to deliver a reliable energy… Read more »
There’s hot competition to succeed Richard Ottaway in his seat, which has been safely held by the Conservatives since its creation in 1974.
The Conservatives are seen as good for the economy – now the Prime Minister must persuade voters we are good for them and their family, too.
Claimants will be required to attend their Jobcentre for 35 hours each week
New ways of finding and recruiting supporters offer an alternative to declining party membership.
The Justice Secretary sets out to correct his predecessor’s mistake – and bolster the 2015 campaign.
Newsnight’s focus group showed hawkish instincts on welfare spending among the young.