Osborne's position is safe, insists Downing Street: No 10 dismisses talk of Hague moving in as Chancellor Downing Street guaranteed George Osborne will stay in his job until 2015Some Tories called for William Hague or Philip Hammond to take the positionTory high command is quietly encouraged by positive signs in the economySource said that the more you criticise Cameron's team the less likely he is to change it PUBLISHED: 00:13 GMT, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:13 GMT, 1 April 2013 Downing Street guaranteed George Osborne will stay in his job until 2015 last night as the Treasury hailed a new corporation tax cut as a way to boost the faltering economy.
Animal rights activists outraged as 'oaf' Jeremy Clarkson posted picture of a squashed dead mouse 'killed during Top Gear rehearsals'Star posted picture on Twitter from MoscowClaimed it was 'harmed during Top Gear rehearsals' PETA brands him 'an oaf and a lout' By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 10:59 GMT, 23 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:38 GMT, 23 February 2013 Jeremy Clarkson pictured today during a visit to Red Square in Moscow He's never been one to shy away from controversy.
YouTube is ruining Top Gear moans James May as he blames social networking sites for spoiling show's surprisesJames May predicts a future where the public will create the showSays privacy could be a thing of the past because of social media , is believed to have a massive 350 million viewers per week in 170 different countries. It features a number of regular features including a challenge for the presenters, Star in a Reasonably-Priced Car and power laps, where the show's 'tame racing driver' The Stig completes a lap around the Top Gear test track to gauge the performance of various cars. In September, MailOnline reported how co-presenter Jeremy Clarkson was set for a 5million windfall after the BBC bought out his stake in Bedder 6, which he set up five years ago with Top Gear's executive producer Andy Wilman, to exploit the programme's global brand
Spain accused of 'act of war' off Gibraltar after two naval vessels enter waters around The RockConservative MP Bob Stewart demands a 'robust response'UK Government has protested to Spain through diplomatic channels | UPDATED: 20:27 GMT, 13 December 2012 Spain was accused of an 'act of war' today after its naval ships repeatedly entered the territorial waters of Gibraltar. Bob Stewart, Tory MP for Beckenham, said the British Government needed to 'respond robustly to this aggravation' after Commons Leader Andrew Lansley said two Spanish naval vessels entered the waters of Gibraltar on Monday. He said they were given radio warnings before leaving but Mr Stewart, a former colonel, said the incursion was illegal and the Government needed to 'do something about it'
A 500 pony, 18,000 in cash and body armour worth 8,000: Incredible list of MoD thefts costing 270,000 in just SIX months Catalogue of equipment stolen from April to September includes a pony taken by a soldier – who has now left the forcesThieves made off with uniforms, helmets, flags, tools and silverwareMinistry of Defence hit by metal thefts with copper, lead and brass stolenBikes, boats and Land Rovers also targeted but MoD insists many items are recoveredLabour MP Madeleine Moon says MoD bosses need to check what leaves as well as what arrives at military basesDefence Police Federation warns officers are only called in 'when the trail has gone cold' | UPDATED: 16:10 GMT, 3 December 2012 A pony worth 500 was among 270,000 of Ministry of Defence equipment recorded stolen from April to September (file image) A pony worth 500 was among more than 270,000 worth of military property reported stolen in just six months, it emerged today. It is understood the horse was taken by a serving member of the armed forces, but has since been recovered. But as fresh details emerged about the incredible catalogue of military equipment, clothing, silverware, tools, medals and flags which have been stolen, the Ministry of Defence was accused of being too focused on arrivals on military bases and not on what leaves.
Boom in number of drivers aged over 70 as 'baby-boomers' retire – and they're as safe as youngsters! By Ray Massey PUBLISHED: 00:25 GMT, 30 November 2012 | UPDATED: 07:41 GMT, 30 November 2012 The number of older drivers will soar to record levels as the post-war 'baby-boom' generation reaches retirement, according to a report published yesterday. By 2032 the number aged over 70 will have risen to 5.8million, and the total will include almost two million over 80, it says