– Rail companies vow to show cheapest tickets on eve of 2.2pc fare hike
– EU VAT rule change could hike the cost of ebooks
– Business predicts 2015: UK wages to rise, Eurozone will avoid deflation and HS2 could be scrapped
– Wanted, HR manager for a newsagent and PR boss for takeaway: How Labour’s visa scheme for the ‘highly skilled’ let thousands of migrants con their way into Britain
– I’d never use Miriam for a publicity stunt, insists Clegg… while she poses in a women’s magazine as they talk about their marriage and how they fell in love
– NHS IS worse in Wales: Crushing blow for Labour as House of Commons study confirms that Mail’s reports were right
– TWELVE ambulances carrying sick and injured patients are forced to queue outside under-pressure casualty ward as A&E departments are pushed to breaking point at New Year
– This brutal gagging of NHS whistleblowers just means more patients will die, by GARY WALKER, a former NHS boss sacked after speaking out
– Jamie Oliver blasts ‘criminal scandal’ of thousands of tons of wonky fruit and vegetables that are thrown away by supermarkets
– ‘Tens of thousands’ could be victims of alleged Westminster child abuse, senior MP warns
– EU farce as British taxpayers hand over £1million EACH WEEK for children living outside UK
Editorial: Britain’s energy policy needs to be reviewed
– Housing benefit pushes up rents, says think-tank report
– Annual FT economists’ survey: EU referendum would damage economy
Editorial: The Guardian view on Paris 2015: the world’s last best chance to reach an agreement on cutting carbon emissions
Editorial: The Guardian view on affordable housing: the developers must be made to show their sums
– Making NHS seven-day service could threaten patients’ safety, say doctors
– Need tax advice? Just send us a tweet, says Revenue & Customs
Editorial: The case for reintroducing some controls in the market in privately rented property is becoming persuasive
Editorial: Kim’s olive branch: North Korea’s ruler shows himself a master of surprises
– ‘Rip-off railway’: Government accused over runaway fares for packed and aged trains
– Nigel Farage says he will do dry January for his ‘unpredictable’ New Year’s resolution
Editorial: FOR Cheryl Prudham the welfare system is like Santa visiting all year round. MMIGRATION officers didn’t exactly cover themselves in glory in 2014 – so credit where it’s due over their crackdown on a bogus visa scam. AFTER the joyous family-friendly celebra- tions in London, Edinburgh and elsewhere the ugly face of New Year’s Eve is highlighted by The Sun today.
– DEEP splits within Labour burst into the open yesterday as Tony Blair was forced to back Ed Miliband.
Editorial: Tories must make clear where we are heading
Editorial: Nick Clegg’s spotty shame
– First Romanian to UK warns fellow countrymen ‘don’t come here’
Editorial: It’s a disgrace that Britons are renters, not home owners
– Boost for families as petrol heads to £1 a litre
– Rail fare rise comes into effect. Regulated fares, which include season tickets, rising by no more than 2.5%.
– TELFORD: Chancellor George Osborne will visit Telford.