Civil war among Out campaigners intensifies after Kate Hoey and Baroness Jones stand down
European Parliament Martin Schulz says proposal to curb EU migrant benefits would run into opposition from MEPs
As Prime Minister heads across the Channel, his critics at home are finding their voice
Home Affairs: The policy promise was inherited by Gove after the party’s election triumph
Donald Tusk announced he would table proposals for a 'new settlement' over Britain’s relationship with Brussels
Government 'determined to end inequality in taxpayer-funded jobs'
The strike will leave emergency care in place
Only 18 per cent believe there would be 'no risk at all'
Rules on confidentiality mean secrecy surrounds vast, retrospective payments to HMRC like Google's of £130m
Rport from Centre for Cities think-tank shos weflare spending growing rapidly in the most prosperous parts of Britain
Labour will call for an urgent statement into the agreement, which covers taxes owed by the internet giant since 2005
Bill Browder says ruling will give Russian President Vladimir Putin green light to order more assassinations in the UK
Increase in the number of murders is due to surge in London and the South-east
The Government has repeatedly promised to 'name and shame' rogue employers
Steve Rotheram must step down after MPs vote to bar Parliamentary Private Secretaries from sitting on party's ruling body
A report has called for companies to be banned from recruiting non-European staff on salaries less than £30,000