Labour and Lib Dems accused of 'not trusting the people' to decide the future of Britain's place in EuropeGeorge Osborne reveals Tory plan to portray rival parties as undemocraticHe dismisses warnings from Nick Clegg that years of uncertainty ahead of 2017 EU referendum will undermine growth by deterring investorsBoris Johnson attacks Labour's Ed Miliband for ruling out a vote Warns Britain cannot 'run away' from tough choices on the economyDavid Cameron promise of a say on EU gave Tories a poll boost .
You'll be drawn to London: Artist sketches quirky map of the capital complete with 'Lovely Jubbly' Peckham and a giant bagel Jenni Sparks's map includes colour-coded train lines based on actual geographic Tube mapShe said: 'I wanted to find out exactly what made all the different places in London unique'Landmarks include giant pharaoh (British Museum); 'Van Gogh was here' (in Stockwell); and mustachioed Hoxton | UPDATED: 13:41 GMT, 24 December 2012 It's not often you'll find a map of London with 'Van Gogh was here' written over a street in Stockwell. But this quirky hand-drawn effort is not your standard guide to the city.
MP Nadine, a mystery over her marriage and investors with VERY awkward questions for her 'husband' | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 8 December 2012 Home sweet home: MP Nadine Dorries with the man she called her husband Paul at Woolstaplers Hall, Chiping Campden Back in 2010, when Nadine Dorries was a little-known Conservative politician, she made an impassioned speech in Parliament. It was about malpractice and corruption in the City. This is the crux of what she told the House of Commons that day: ‘Many people work hard all their lives and save hard.
Why George Osborne must keep on wielding the axe | UPDATED: 23:36 GMT, 5 December 2012 Few chancellors of modern times have had less room to manoeuvre than George Osborne.
Mr Osborne is right to stick to his guns | UPDATED: 00:04 GMT, 6 December 2012 To give George Osborne his due, he has never for one moment lost sight of the vital task entrusted to him: giving our children and grandchildren some hope of a decent life by bringing the biggest deficit in history under control. Indeed, it is a tribute to his courage that he has pressed forward doggedly towards that goal through some of the toughest economic conditions faced by any peacetime Chancellor