A LEADING Ukip member has stood down as his party's economic spokesman after he was branded a hypocrite for striking wind-farm deals on his Scottish estates.
THE public sector "pension pot" is a myth as workers are paying for today's pensioners and putting their own future in the hands of an increasingly stretched next generation, a think-tank has warned.
ALMOST two-thirds of households would see bills fall by more than 10% if council tax was replaced by a progressive national property tax, according to new research.
Friends of Boris Johnson have sought to play down claims of a feud within the Conservatives amid suggestions the Mayor of London was the victim of a dirty tricks campaign at the hands of Chancellor George Osborne.
Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group are to pay their bosses nearly £1 million in share allowances each on top of salary and bonuses to defy new European rules to cap payouts.
PENSIONERS should lose universal benefits and millions of workers receive a tax cut in this month's Budget, according to Tory MPs.
The leader of Labour's biggest affiliate has hinted that his union could cut its affiliation to the party.
THERE was no Punch, no Judy but Sam Cam popped in to make sure her husband was keeping the Opposition on its toes.
PRINCE Harry, Prime Minister David Cameron and anti-apartheid campaigner Desmond Tutu have led nearly 2000 people at a memorial service for former South African president Nelson Mandela.
David Cameron has admitted he was "profoundly shocked" by allegations against a senior Downing Street aide involving child abuse images.