– Osborne sets sights on pensioner votes
Editorial: How not to help firms succeed, by Red Ed
– Old people auctioned off to care homes on the internet: Anger over ‘cattle markets for grannies‘ as councils accept lowest bids to save cash
– Police on the beat told to not try and solve crimes: Officers will spend patrols chatting – not making arrests
– Is the cost of fish and chips set to rise as cod prices take a battering? Wholesale value of the fish leaps by 25% in a year
– Swarming around hero Monty, the hardline Muslims protesting AGAINST freedom of speech: Thousands gather outside Downing Street over ‘uncivilised’ Charlie Hebdo cartoonists
– Hospitals are told to stop gagging NHS whistleblowers: Report demands NHS does more to end ‘cover-up culture’ as needless deaths hit 1,000 a month
– How to increase State pension payout: Millions offered Â£100-a-month boost for life
– ‘Internet Asbos’ for people who spread hatred online
Editorial: The Guardian view on business in politics: Ed Miliband fights back
Editorial: Britain isn’t buying everything in TTIP
– George Osborne accused of buying votes with market-beating ‘pensioner bonds’
– Labour would double childcare places at Sure Start centres, says Tristram Hunt
– Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland should be allowed to veto a UK exit of the EU, says Plaid Cymru leader
– George Osborne’s £15MILLION tax cut for Tory backers
– Will the Green party turn Red to make a swoop for power like Greeks?
– Tax avoiding Tory fatcats toast David Cameron behind closed doors at gold-plated dinner
Editorial: ANOTHER day, another sign of Labour in turmoil. MACHETES must be banned. Their sickening use in violent attacks is growing and there is no reason for allowing them to be sold over the counter in Britain. LAND of milk and honey? We’re now the land that spends millions fixing the rotting gums of sweet-toothed illegal immigrants. LOOK out America – here comes Eddie.
– NEARLY 40 Labour MPs are employing staff on zero-hours contracts – despite leader Ed Miliband blasting bosses who use them
– MINISTERS were yesterday urged to stand up to Russia with long-term investment in Britain’s Armed Forces.
Editorial: Appeasement in Europe has a grim precedent
Editorial: Fair returns for savers
– Billions more for new schools – despite doubts about speed of work
– Abortion on grounds of gender must be outlawed, religious groups say
Editorial: Westminster should not be stuffed with private school MPs
– The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) releases its UK infrastructure manifesto.
– 0930 GLASGOW: Core Cities devolution summit. The leaders and mayors of the UK’s eight biggest economies outside London to call for more “freedom” for cities.
– 1215 LONDON: Embargoed press briefing on Commons standards system.