Critics said Mr Gove's numbers did not add up
'This is a xenophobic attack from a leave campaign that knows it is losing the debate'
Sinan Kuneralp says their 'own grandfather wouldn’t have been able to come to the UK' under Boris's stance on the EU
Facing an embarrassing defeat just weeks before the EU referendum, Downing Street said it would accept the amendment backed by Tory, Labour, SNP and Green MPs
Former cabinet minister and prominent Leave campaigner accuses Prime Minister of ditching Sovereignty Bill proposal
Individual prisons will be given unprecedented freedoms to set their own rules, budgets and rehabilitation programmes under a system modelled on academy schools
Theresa May’s remarks increase speculation she is to order an inquiry into allegations of violence and misconduct during the 1984 clash between miners and South Yorkshire Police at Orgreave
From the hostage MP to Black Rod, Oliver Wright examines the unusual traditions involved in the State Opening of Parliament
The Labour leader was forced to refute comments by his brother Piers that his pro-EU stance is a 'party management' issue
Oliver Wright takes a look at the biggest changes to be expected in Wednesday’s Queen's Speech – and assesses how controversial they will be
Exclusive: Former Goldman Sachs chief says the danger to human health from antibiotic resistance is ‘a much more troubling train wreck’ than the financial crash of 2008
The Former Prime Minister accuses Boris Johnson and Michael Gove of 'increasingly returning to the theme of immigration'
Move comes after actors, including Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis and James Nesbitt, publically condemned the proposals that will form the basis of the corporation’s next Royal Charter
Vote Leave has accused ITV of 'lying' over its plans to invite Mr Farage to take part in the debate
Airport bosses dangle prospect of a ban on flights between 11pm and 5.30am in a concession for local residents
While campaigning for Vote Leave the MP also repeated the disputed claim that the UK sends £350 million a week to Brussels, and refused to apologise for his comments about Barack Obama