How long David Cameron should keep his designer faux fur rug in front of the No 10 fire has been the most hotly gossiped topic of the summer for senior Tories, write Anne McElvoy.
The Electoral Reform Society said just 10 members of the "shockingly out of date and unrepresentative" upper chamber were responsible for claiming £236,000 of the expenditure
Editor of New Statesman questions whether the veteran left-winger can unite the Labour Party and lead them to power in 2020
In the first three months after a new parking system was installed in two hospital car parks in Warrington in March, 4,220 fines were issued
Prime minister 'dehumanised' when he blamed chaotic scenes at Calais on a “swarm” of migrants heading towards Britain
Criminals stripped £40,000 of lead from St Mary’s Church, Great Brington, Northans, where 8th Earl Spencer is buried
BLOODTHIRSTY Islamic State terrorists are planning ‘Lee Rigby-style’ attacks at four British RAF bases, it has emerged.
The former prime minister breaks his silence in a major speech, to urge 600,000 members voting in Labour leadrship election not to turn their backs on power
Supported by Prince Harry, six veterans take on the 1,000 mile Walk of Britain to highlight combat injuries – particularly the invisible ones
Hundreds of veterans took part in events to commemorate the 70th anniversary of surrender of Japan and the end of World War Two on Saturday. Here the Telegraph tells the story of three of them