Articles by Joe Millis
Institute of Fiscal Studies estimates that Labour's policies would mean an extra £1,000 in taxes on families.
A hearing at Southwark Crown Court heard he had spent almost £4,500 on taxi fares during his trials.
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission advised consumers to "immediately destroy and dispose of the products".
US authorities fear Singh may have squirrelled away £40m offshore
Only 1,500 tickets were put up for sale, with the top price at $7,500.
There was a 36% rise in the total number of anti-semitic incidents in Britain, including violent crime and vandalism, to 304 between January and June 2014.
The Al-Furqan Islamic Centre cited what it harassment from the media, police and government
High Court rules that officials can no longer hide behind exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act.
Liverpool's Raheem Sterling, 20, and West Bromwich Albion forward Saido Berahino, 21, were also snapped inhaling
Procedure hailed as 'nothing short of a miracle' as kidneys are given to patient suffering from renal failure.
First-quarter profit was $512m (£341m), a fall of 20% from a year earlier - but revenues are up 42%.
Artist later apologised to her for the image, saying he needed to make her 'sort of a giant'
Outgoing CEO John Rishton wants to "have a little rest and spend some time with my family"
Seddon was hit by a series of earthquakes in late 2013, the largest of which measured 6.6 on the Richter scale.
It doesn't really matter how much repellent you slap or spray on - it's in your genes.
Researchers at Cardiff University and Kings College London identified which cells cause the airways to narrow when triggered by irritants like pollution
To blame traders for the 'Flash Crash' is absolutely ridiculous, says one trader.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi says his country is 'at war' with traffickers
Country goes to the polls in October and party wants to be seen as strong economic managers.
David Cameron expected to break off from election campaigning to attend summit of EU leaders.