Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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Nick Clegg nominated Anthony Ullmann for a knighthood

Plan to ennoble wealthy Lib Dem donor prompts more claims of cronyism in the honours system

Exclusive: Anthony Ullmann is set to be knighted in Dissolution Honours list

Drug searches are responsible for more than 50 per cent of all stop-and-search operations

Stop and search: Can transparency end this abuse of police powers?

A generation of black men has grown up aware they are more likely to be targeted by police

Black people are more likely than other ethnic groups to be stopped and searched in almost every part of England and Wales

Black people still far more likely to be stopped and searched by police than other ethnic groups

In Dorset a black person was 17 times more likely to be stopped and searched

Jeremy Corbyn in London yesterday, at an event marking the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima bomb

Labour leadership contest: Jeremy Corbyn insists many rich people 'would be willing to pay more tax'

Exclusive: Left-winger says voters are happy to fund better public services

Decriminalising prostitution could reduce levels of rape and sex attacks, report says

Current laws allow individuals to sell sex but outlaw pimping and brothels

Maintenance workers arrive for their night shift at Victoria Underground station in London

Three million Britons are working night shifts – and endangering their health

One in eight of the workforce is now employed while the rest of Britain sleeps

High street retailers are likely to see their profits boosted by the move

Shops in struggling high streets permitted to be open all day Sunday under new rules

Chancellor, George Osborne, signalled the largest overhaul of Sunday trading laws for 20 years in last month’s Budget

Migrants walk towards the ferry port of Calais, northern France. The move to toughen penalties for renting to illegal immigrants is being hurried into force in response to the chaotic scenes at Calais

Illegal immigrant rental crackdown could see tenants with 'funny-sounding' foreign names being turned away, say critics

Landlords who fail to evict illegal immigrants, or to check their immigration status, could be jailed for up to five years

A policeman watches men move away from a security fence beside train tracks near the Eurotunnel terminal in Coquelles

Calais crisis: 100 extra security guards to be sent to patrol Channel Tunnel terminal as Philip Hammond insists Government 'has a grip'

The Government also announced that British immigration officers and French police are to work side by side at Eurotunnel’s control room at Coquelles

Acevo protested that the detailed planning in Manchester barely recognised the role of charities in delivering social care for children, the elderly and vulnerable adults

Manchester NHS devolution plans fatally flawed as voluntary organisations not involved, say charity leaders

Under the policy ten councils with an elected mayor, 12 NHS Clinical Commissioning groups and 15 NHS providers will come together to take over the region’s £6bn health and social care budget

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