Defence Secretary invites 30 leading Muslim leaders to Ministry of Defence to be briefed about UK's bombing campaign
David Cameron has claimed the draft agreement on the UK's place delivers 'significant movement' - but is that true?
Mr Yentob, the charity’s chairman, was 'negligent', according to a damning report
New laws will force universities to disclose what proportion of ethnic minority applicants get places and in what subjects
Leaders met with multi-millionaire Ukip donor Aaron Banks, who is bankrolling the rival Leave.EU campaign
Exclusive: Campaign's director Dominic Cummings faces attempts to force him out by senior Tory Eurosceptics
Britain's tax authorities concede Google need not pay tax on UK advertising profits, saving firm tens of millions of pounds
Damning Care Quality Commission report says North Essex trust failed to respond to warnings over five years
Tories warned they would be breaching rules if they allowed their local MP free reign to speak out against the EU
'The idea that an independent inspectorate should have its budget cleared on a weekly basis is obviously absurd'
A system obliging refugees to register in the first European country they enter looks set to be abolished
While flat rate tax relief proposals would boost pension pots of the majority anyone paying 40% tax or more would lose out
Mr Grayling was understood to be on the point of resigning two weeks ago to take on a leading role in the Out campaign
The think-tank Policy Exchange said most cities collect vast quantities of data but many don’t use it effectively
The head of the European Commission’s British referendum task force suggested that many of the UK demands could be resolved without treaty change
'They are the last group of people in our society who endure overt and unchallenged prejudice'