Perhaps the rich really do want to give something back to London. If they do, I'm sure it'll be lovely. But if they don't, I'm bloody glad I don't have to pay for it.
A new poll shows Jeremy Corbyn in a commanding position among members - if not his MPs. Something will have to give - but I don't think it will be Corbyn.
An ambiguous clause gives hope to the Labour leader's opponents - and fear to his supporters. Jolyon Maugham looks at the legal arguments.
The cliché is that George Osborne is a very “political” Chancellor. So here are the politics shaping his Spending Review to look out for.
The expected funding shortfall facing adult social care in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
PM says parliament will take decision on renewal "at the appropriate moment".
The Labour leader has adopted more radical versions of stances taken under his predecessor.
Challenging permanent austerity must be a feminist cause; the results of not doing so are already playing out in the lives of the poorest women.
The morale of our armed forces has plummeted on David Cameron's watch.
The body's unanimous support for military action strengthens David Cameron's position.
The leader's stance is coming under increasing challenge.
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