The Netherlands, Australia and Malaysia rule out sending an international armed mission to secure the site in Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines flight MH-17 crashed, the Dutch prime minister says.
The IMF's annual MOT on the British economy concludes that the coalition's austerity policies are justified - which has set Treasury officials leaping around like excited pixies.
In their first appearance since Vince Cable was forced to deny he was plotting to get rid of Nick Clegg, the pair appear in public a la Nigel Farage, as reporters peer in from outside.
The Vince Cable attack on his close friend, confidant and some-time adviser Lord Oakeshott, could actually help Nick Clegg's position.
Taxpayers missed out on millions of pounds because of the way the government handled the sale of Royal Mail, the spending watchdog says.
Never before do I recall a minister publicly attacking another in such stark, vituperative terms as in today's spat between Vince Cable and James Brokenshire over immigration.
After years of lacklustre growth, the recovery appears to be taking off at last. Good news for Chancellor George Osborne, but even he is not celebrating yet.