Other non-Euro countries will miss Britain's lobbying - and Germany and France won't be too keen to make up for our lost budget contributions.
How will George Osborne close the deficit after his U-Turns? Answer: he won't, of course.
The government talks a good game on prisons - but at the moment, the old failed policies hold sway
The story of Britain's finances in six charts.
The Chancellor abandoned cuts to tax credits and the police but stuck to his target of a £10bn budget surplus.
A first look at this week's magazine.
In a low-key exchange ahead of the Autumn Statement, the Labour leader covered two areas where the government is vulnerable: renewable energy and women's refuges. However, he failed to mention Syria and the Russian plane shot down by Turkey.
George Osborne's chickens may be coming home to roost.
A recent visit to Iraq has left me doubtful that the Prime Minister's plan can suceed, says Liam Byrne.
The goverment's programme of cuts is a choice, not a certainty, says Jolyon Maugham.
The government always gets a boost out of big setpieces. But elections are won over months not days.
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