CAMERON OPENS TALKS WITH CLEGG ON SECOND COALITION
David Cameron has held talks with Nick Clegg about forming a second coalition after 2015, amid growing concern in Downing Street that the Conservatives will not win the next election outright.
RARE ANIMALS THREATEN EUROPE'S LARGEST GAME BIRD WITH EXTINCTION
Europe's biggest game bird will disappear from Scotland's woodlands unless action is taken to remove another rare species that threatens it, gamekeepers have warned.
ENERGY FIRMS 'HOLD BACK CHEAP DEALS'
One of Britain's biggest energy companies is refusing to tell customers about cheaper deals unless they sign up for marketing messages, breaching guidelines backed by David Cameron.
UK MAY GET £5.9BN BILL FOR EU BANK BAIL-OUT FUND
Britain could be forced to contribute 7billion euro (£5.9 billion) towards a 50 billion euro bank bail-out fund, under controversial plans being discussed by the European Commission.
LADBROKES BOSS IS TOLD HIS TIME IS RUNNING OUT
Leading investors in Ladbrokes have warned that time is "running out" for the bookmaker's chief executive, Richard Glynn, after the group issued its fourth profit warning in just over a year.
OSBORNE THREATENS TO PUT BRAKES ON GREEN TAXES
George Osborne tells the environmental lobby today that Britain should not be "in front of the rest of the world" in tackling climate change.
BRITON DIED TRYING TO SAVE CHILDREN IN TERROR MALL
A British marketing executive was shot dead in the Westgate massacre in Kenya after offering himself as a hostage to bargain for the lives of 33 children.
GENERATION OF SURVIVORS EXPANDS THE `100 CLUB' FIVE TIMES OVER
The "100 Club" of centenarians has grown fivefold in the past 30 years to 12,320 as the hardy generation that survived two world wars lives on.
ROYAL MAIL FAST-TRACK GAMBLE COULD COST THE TREASURY £1BN
Ministers took a £1 billion gamble on outflanking striking trade unionists with the announcement of a fast-track privatisation of the Royal Mail by the middle of October.
SEALED WITH A KISS: EQUITY GROUP BUYS IN TO DRE FOR 500M DOLLARS
An American private equity firm has bought a minority stake in the premium headphones branded by the rapper and producer Dr Dre.
HOUSE PRICES RISE FOR ALL
The recovery in the housing market has finally spread across the whole of the UK.
HOW NATIONAL LOTTERY IS `WASTING' £15M ON ADS AS TICKET PRICE DOUBLES
National Lottery operator Camelot was last night accused of wasting £15million on an advertising campaign to keep up sales when the price of a ticket doubles next week.
SORRY I CAN'T SERVE YOU WINE, YOU'RE PREGNANT
A pregnant businesswoman claims she was left "humiliated" by a barman who refused to serve her a small glass of red wine after seeing her baby bump.
Jose Mourinho has accused Tottenham Mourinho's Chelsea meet Villas-Boas's Spurs side at lunchtime today in the clash dubbed as 'The Master versus the Apprentice'.
KEEP IT UP NAS, OR ELSE
Manuel Pellegrini has told Samir Nasri he must maintain his good start to the season or face the axe.
£1,000 TAX BREAK FOR MARRIED COUPLES
Millions of married couples are to receive a tax break to recognise their 'commitment and responsibility', David Cameron reveals today.
AT LAST! CARNEY HINTS THAT HE'LL HELP SAVERS
Mark Carney yesterday declared that Britain is 'leading the pack of the major advanced economies' - only months after warning it was in 'crisis'.
DID BRITISH TRAIN GUNMAN WHO LED MALL MASSACRE?
The suspected leader of the Nairobi mall massacre may have been trained by the British military, it was claimed yesterday.
YOU DON'T KID ME
Jose Mourinho last night accused Andre Villas-Boas of behaving 'like a kid' and told him to come clean over the reasons behind their broken friendship.
MATA: I KNOW I'M THE SPECIAL JUAN
Juan Mata insists he is not going to waste time worrying what Jose Mourinho thinks of him.
INSPECTOR TELLS GPs: GET BETTER OR FACE CLOSURE
GP surgeries that offer inadequate care and do not open for long enough, or pose a safety risk to patients, are at risk of being closed down under a beefed-up inspection regime planned by the profession's new policeman, who also wants local doctors to offer seven-day services.
JUST 30 YEARS TO CALAMITY IF WE CARRY ON BLOWING THE CARBON BUDGET, SAYS IPCC
The world's leading climate scientists have set out in detail for the first time how much more carbon dioxide humans can pour into the atmosphere without triggering dangerous levels of climate change - and concluded that more than half of that global allowance has been used up.
TESCO'S LATEST GAFFE: THE BLOW-UP GAY BEST FRIEND
Tesco was yesterday forced to issue a second apology in three days, as it withdrew from sale the Inflatable Gay Best Friend, a novelty blow-up toy with figure-hugging pink top and blue shorts that was condemned on social media as stereotypical.
OSBORNE: HELP TO BUY COULD INFLATE THE MARKET
George Osborne has conceded that his £130bn Help to Buy lending scheme could artificially inflate the housing market asking the Bank of England to monitor the initiative's effect on property prices two years earlier than scheduled.
BT BROADBAND COST TO RISE FOR MOST USERS BY UP TO 6.5%
BT is raising its broadband prices by up to 6.5% in January, months after the launch of its £1bn sports channels.