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Fund managers controlling billions of pounds invested in UK energy companies have warned that they are considering pulling out of the sector because of political interference in the market.
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Political apathy is endemic among Britain's youth. Two experts discuss how to get the young voting in May's local elections
Weekly roundup: Local authorities take drastic steps as pupil numbers soar and spending watchdog warns about care cuts
Deborah Orr: The Conservatives in government claim they are against a big state, but they are still obsessed with holding on to powers that might better be given over to local goverment, or to Europe
Shadow chancellor calls for restrictions on scheme to prevent unbalanced housing market putting economic recovery at risk
The Revenue is on the trail of £550m missing tax – and is urging landlords to come clean, or risk higher penalties
New and even harsher conditionality is coming to people on JSA. Join the fightback. Workfare does not help people find jobs and being unemployed is not a crime.
Concern has been raised over a plan announced by Health Secretary (and misprint) Jeremy Hunt to give new medicines to people who are severely ill, years before they are licensed. In comparison, lit...
Last month she was pulled out of a freezing Windermere midway through a punishing Sport Relief cycle, swim and run across Britain. What's Davina McCall trying to prove? She talks to Decca Aitkenhead about meltdowns, addiction and family tragedy
Dancer hopes to become MP in home town of Salford and pledges to end current banking system and redistribute wealth
Polly Toynbee: Co-op chief Euan Sutherland has gone, and polls show most disgusted by the greedy. This can be Ed Miliband's moment