Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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Give Ofgem the power to force providers to cut energy bills, says Ed Miliband

Labour wants the British public to see the benefits of the plummeting oil price

George Osborne has promised that MI5, MI6 and GCHQ would get “the support they need”

George Osborne gives extra £100m to security services to monitor returned jihadists

“We have got to be vigilant; we have got to have the resources there”

Government gives £100m to MI5 and MI6 to thwart lone wolf terrorists

George Osborne pledges extra resources in wake of Charlie Hebdo attacks

David Cameron speaks during a televised election debate in 2010

David Cameron accused of using Ofcom ruling to quash leaders’ TV debates

PM insists Bennett must be included  but regulator says Greens are still not ‘major party’

Cameron: If Greens aren't on TV debates, I won't be either

Regulator says party has not 'secured sufficient support in previous elections and current opinion polls'

Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel hold a joint press conference inside 10 Downing Street

Charlie Hebdo attack: World leaders unite in condemning 'barbaric' Paris killings

David Cameron: “This House and this country stand united with the French people"

Jeremy Wright, the new Attorney General

Attorney General steps into social media racism row

Pressure is on Twitter and Facebook to remove Islamophobic and racist comments

Conservative MP Mark Pritchard reads a statement outside the Houses of Parliament, after the Metropolitan Police dropped an investigation into rape claims against him due to insufficient evidence

Mark Pritchard MP calls for review into anonymity for rape accusations

Conservative MP has rape charges dropped against him, but hints at identity of his accuser

David Cameron delivers his New Year message

David Cameron offers voters a choice between 'competence' and 'chaos' at general election in New Year's message

Mr Cameron claims a Labour victory in May would send the country spiralling backwards and jeopardise the economic recovery

Numbers of nursery places has fallen sharply in England since 2010

Child care 2015: Parents spending up to half their income on nursery place

Three-quarters of local authorities charge more than £100 for finding 25-hours-a-week place

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