Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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David Cameron and Barack Obama last year. The two leaders will discuss ways of bolstering the UK and US economies over the coming days

David Cameron receives red-carpet welcome for talks in Washington with Barack Obama

It is the PM's last scheduled trip to the US before the general election

The President and the PM will discuss terrorism

David Cameron to seek US help over terrorists' use of Facebook and Twitter

MPs condemned Facebook last year for failing to pass on information that could have prevented the murder Lee Rigby

Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, whose membership could overtake Ukip's within a week

Green parties membership 'will overtake Ukip within a week', new research predicts

The Greens could also pull ahead of the Lib Dems by the general election

Christopher Graham, information commissioner: 'We must avoid knee-jerk reactions'

Information commissioner calls for protection of private data amid calls for 'snooper's charter'

Christopher Graham warned against a 'knee-jerk' response to the Paris attacks

Jo Swinson said 'habits of care' should be seen as 'just as appropriate for boys and men'

Equalities minister: Playing with dolls will help young boys develop a caring side

Jo Swinson blamed a 'huge shortage' of male carers on gender 'stereotyping'

Nick Clegg attended the rally in Trafalgar Square on Sunday to commemorate the victims of the attacks in France

Nick Clegg condemns calls for revival of 'snoopers' charter' over fears in wake of Paris attacks

'We do not make ourselves safer by making ourselves less free' says Deputy Prime Minister

Feltham young offender institution houses 240 boys aged between 15 and 18

One in 4 inmates at youth 'prison' held in virtual solitary confinement, say inspectors

Levels of violence mean constant juggling to keep feuding boys apart, they say

Paris terror attacks: Muslims have a 'special burden' to track down Islamist extremists, says David Cameron

Prime Minister agrees it is 'lazy' to say the attacks had nothing to do with Islam

David Cameron will set out six key themes that will be at the heart of the Tory general election manifesto – with immigration and health missing from the list

Cameron’s six themes for the election - and they don't include health or immigration

Mr Cameron will claim that an alternative strategy of more borrowing and spending would trigger 'economic chaos'

Proposals in the Counter-Terrorism Bill would put campus activism under scrutiny

MPs bridle at plans to make universities monitor 'extremism'

Supporters say that the powers are essential to monitor contacts between potential terrorists

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