The fall in value of the pound is having a negative impact on property prices.
And, on top of everything, my local is finally closing.
With the costs soaring and government aid falling short, people are turning to crowdfunding to bury their loved ones.
We have allowed ourselves to believe that the exceptions – the women with plane tickets and friends who won't shop them to the police – are the rule.
Peter Oborne takes on David Laws’ Coalition: the Inside Story of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition Government – an account of the 2010-15 coalition from the Liberal Democrat point of view.
Jihadis, spectacular mass-casualty attacks and the myth of an apocalyptic new world order.
Who inquires the inquirers?
Following the release of the Panama Papers, a spokesman for the former deputy chairman of the Tory party has denied that he had "done business" with Mossack Fonseca.
Almost all of the recent terror attacks in Europe were carried out by our own people. So how can we stop another?
It’s official: standing on busy escalators is faster than walking up (or down) them.
The Indie’s cheerful mourners, teachers’ colour pens, and why the Tories will spoil your dinner.
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