Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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Caroline Lucas says her party is prospering from a continued backlash against the Liberal Democrats

Green Party Caroline Lucas interview: 'We could be on the edge of something very big'

The Greens’ only MP tells Nigel Morris how the party will field a record 500 candidates at May’s general election – and could have a say in the next government. In the first day of a series on the state of the party, we examine its policies and its new momentum

David Cameron and Theresa May came under scathing attack from across the political spectrum tonight, after reneging on a promise to give MPs a vote on a contentious European issue

Government failing to reach immigration cut target, admits Home Secretary Theresa May

David Cameron pledged that a cut in immigration numbers by the next election

Teresa May has had a public row with Michael Gove about how to tackle extremism in schools

Child abuse cases are 'tip of the iceberg' in sexual exploitation of young people, warns Theresa May

Home Secretary Theresa May said sexual exploitation of children is rife

Nicola Sturgeon is determined to put equality at the heart of public life in Scotland

Nicola Sturgeon recruits new government top team with equality in mind

She said the appointments underlined her determination to put equality at the heart of public life in Scotland

Police officers attempt to stop illegal migrants from jumping onto trucks headed for Britain in the northeastern French port of Calais on October 29, 2014

Tighter security in Calais won’t solve the problem

The real solution is to tackle the problem at source, a far more daunting challenge

Green Party MP Caroline Lucas, her party only won one per cent of the vote at the last election

Green support: More than one-quarter of voters would back party - if they thought it had chance of success

More than one-quarter of voters could support the Greens if they thought the party had a chance of victory, a poll has suggested.

Critics say the deal makes the NHS vulnerable to takeover by American healthcare giants

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Private firms could take over the health service under TTIP,  claim critics

A police officer clashes with protesters outside the Conservative Campaign Headquarters

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A senior Eurotunnel executive said the crisis could worsen

Migrants trying to get into Britain 'could target holidaymakers', claims Eurotunnel

Crisis could get worse as we approach winter

Theresa May, the Home Secretary

Corrupt police chiefs could lose pay-offs, under new plans

Home Secretary also wants police whistle-blowers protected

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