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Disabled voters, who have supported Labour in past elections, are abandoning the party in droves over their toughening welfare stance.
Russell Brand and Boris Johnson give their thoughts on the bankers...oh a bit from Melanie Phillips too unfortunately (the biggest comedian out of the three)...
Jeremy Hunt to unveil plans to introduce a registrations and tracking system to spot people not eligible for free care
Novelist David Mitchell looks back on the heartbreak – and joy – of learning to live with his son's autism. Plus, an extract from the book that helped him
George Osborne's appetite for posh meat patties clearly suggests sinister links with the fate of the UK economy, says Stewart Lee
Divorce rates are soaring among the postwar generation as it hits retirement age, creating concern about loneliness, care and financial security
Gloria Foster was left to starve for nine days after the company responsible for her care was shut down by the UK Border Agency. Who forgot her? Amelia Gentleman investigates
Both before and after the next election, Farage's party is likely to remain a significant presence.
More responses have come in from Tory MPs to the letter I asked readers to send to their coalition MPs about their government's blatant lies on disability benefit claimants, NHS spending and the ef...
I am writing to ask that you revisit your proposals for legal aid, proposals which have generated considerable criticism from across the board...
Is the Department for Work and Pensions unable to compile data about the number of incapacity benefits claimants (including IB and ESA) who have died because it is underfunded - or understaffed? Th...
A woman robs a bookmakers in Oxford, telling staff she had a gun, police have said.
For many years disabled people drove the unflattering - yet classic - three-wheeled invalid carriage - but 10 years ago it all changed.
Ruth Pitt was successful and single with a grownup family. But when serious illness struck, she struggled to cope without the support of a 'significant other'
Chris Riddell on the chancellor's austerity spending review
Andrew Rawnsley: Voters won't doubt that the Eds would change things. They do need persuading that their sums would add up
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/georgeosborne/10150555/Voters-back-George-Osbornes-welfare-crackdown-finds-poll.html By Patrick Hennessy, Political editor 9:30PM BST 29 Jun 2013 The ICM su...
Schoolgirl says she instigated relationship with her maths teacher and hopes to marry him when he is released from jail
Yesterday and so far this morning have been filled with pain in my legs, it is one of those shift
NATASHA LAMBERT, 16, will leave her wheelchair at home as she sails her 21ft adapted yacht from Boulogne to Dover.
The European Parliament says it is "deeply worried and shocked" by reports of the United States bugging its offices.
The minimum cost of living has soared by one quarter since the economic downturn and the true inflationary pressures on many households are much worse than official measures suggest, a report has warned.