What would a UK outside the EU look like? Singapore or Switzerland? None of the scenarios are likely to win over the great British voter

What would a UK outside the EU look like?

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Cameron gives top environment policy job to oil man ahead of major climate talks.

Cameron gives top environment policy job to oil man ahead of major climate talks

Cameron gives top environment policy job to oil man ahead of major climate talks.

Fracking bids to be fast-tracked

Fracking bids to be fast-tracked

Shale gas planning applications in England are to be fast-tracked under new government measures to crack down on councils that delay on making a decision.

The International Monetary Fund chief says a vote by the UK to leave the European Union would have "pretty bad, to very, very bad" consequences.

IMF says Brexit 'bad to very, very bad'

The International Monetary Fund chief says a vote by the UK to leave the European Union would have "pretty bad, to very, very bad" consequences.

Jeremy Hunt backs tax credit cuts 'because they will make Brits work as hard as in China' - Mirror Online

Jeremy Hunt says tax credit cuts will make Brits work as hard as in CHINA

Bizarre: Jeremy Hunt after meeting protesters at the Tory conference

Businessman and Apprentice star called ‘out of touch’, after questioning why those in poverty owned mobile phones and microwaves

Alan Sugar: ‘I don't know the price of a pint of milk’

Whether you want to start (or you're running) your own business, or whether you work for an organisation and want to be more entrepreneurial - here are 10 Entrepreneurial Lessons From Lord Sugar

New Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn asks David Cameron a series of questions emailed to him from members of the public on housing and tax credits at his debut PMQs.

Corbyn asks PM 'public's questions'

New Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn asks David Cameron a series of questions emailed to him from members of the public on housing and tax credits at his debut PMQs.

The University of Cambridge has admitted it has “a significant problem” with sexual misconduct after it received 173 complaints in nine months after launching a new anonymous reporting system.

University of Cambridge admits significant sexual misconduct problem

The University of Cambridge has admitted it has “a significant problem” with sexual misconduct after it received 173 complaints in nine months after launching a new anonymous reporting system.

David Davis and Theresa May.  The government's new analysis of the impact of Brexit says the UK would be worse off outside the European Union under every scenario modelled, BuzzFeed News can reveal.

The Government's Own Brexit Analysis Says The UK Will Be Worse Off In Every Scenario Outside The EU

David Davis and Theresa May. The government's new analysis of the impact of Brexit says the UK would be worse off outside the European Union under every scenario modelled, BuzzFeed News can reveal.

A shadowy operation involving big data, billionaire friends of Trump and the disparate forces of the Leave campaign heavily influenced the result of the EU referendum. Is our electoral process still fit for purpose?

The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked

A shadowy operation involving big data, billionaire friends of Trump and the disparate forces of the Leave campaign heavily influenced the result of the EU referendum. Is our electoral process still fit for purpose?

The protest, against issues including spending and benefit cuts, NHS reforms and restrictions on trade unions, was largely peaceful, although a breakaway group pelted a young Tory with eggs and spat at journalists.

Anti-austerity protesters march in Manchester

The protest, against issues including spending and benefit cuts, NHS reforms and restrictions on trade unions, was largely peaceful, although a breakaway group pelted a young Tory with eggs and spat at journalists.

Human rights are no longer a “top priority” for the Government, Britain’s most senior Foreign Office official has admitted, as ministers put resources into supporting trade deals ahead of tackling injustice in other parts of the world. In a remarkably frank admission to MPs, Sir Simon McDonald, Permanent Secretary at the Foreign Office, said that human rights no longer had the “profile” within his department that they had “in the past”.

Human rights are no longer 'a 'top priority for the Government'

Human rights are no longer a 'top priority' for the Government, says Foreign Office chief

The low paid will suffer if I don't cut their tax credits, says George Osborne. The Chancellor says his cuts are for the good of low income families.

The low paid will suffer if I don't cut their tax credits, says George Osborne

George Osborne is set to announce that the 55 per cent tax rate currently applied to pension pots left by savers to their children will be scrapped in 2015 in the latest phase of Government reforms.

Jeremy Corbyn has defended his decision not to sing the national anthem during Tuesday's Battle of Britain memorial service.  A row erupted today after Corbyn appeared to stay silent while the natio

This Is Why Jeremy Corbyn Refused To Sing The National Anthem

UK Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn (the bearded Marxist) does not sing the National Anthem at the Battle Britain Memorial Service.

Even the British Transport Police believe that women-only carriages would be a "retrograde step in Great Britain, which could be thought of as insulting, patronising and shaming to both men and women".

Women-Only Train Carriages Won't Solve the Problem of Harassment and Are a Daft Idea

Sexism on our streets, and in women's everyday life is still rife in Britain in 2015 - and that should shame us all, men and women.

With his first act as Labour leader being to attend a rally for the refugee crisis, it is clear that Jeremy Corbyn has struck a chord with those among us who dislike the selfish politics Britain has pursued and want something better for our country.

We Finally Have a Labour Party

At half past eleven on the morning of the 12 September Jeremy Corbyn was announced to the public as the new labour leader.

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