Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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Student unions are to be informed in statutory guidance that they are required to draw up policies “setting out the activities that are or are not allowed to take place on campus”. It also suggests that student union officers and staff should receive counter-terrorism awareness training.

Oxford and Cambridge unions win exemption allowing extremists to preach on campus

They have been excluded from new rules following lobbying from Conservative peers

The PM has refused to commit himself to the NATO target of spending two per cent of GDP on defence

Conservative MPs hit out at Government plans to cut defence spending

David Cameron has refused to commit himself to Nato targets

Farage has been condemned after he called for much of the legislation banning racial discrimination at work to be scrapped

Cross-party outrage at Nigel Farage’s plan to end discrimination laws

Mr Farage provoked uproar over comments

Lawyers march protest against cuts to legal aid, in Westminster, last March

Legal aid cuts hurt those who need help must, claims High Court judge

Mr Justice Mostyn said estranged parents embroiled in disputes over their children had suffered “gross unfairness”

David Cameron and Ed Miliband clashed in the Commons at PMQs on Wednesday

David Cameron and Ed Miliband consider live internet debate

Labour leader has accused the Prime Minister of being “chicken”

Conservatives plan to pay students up to £15,000 to take maths and physics degrees

In return, they will have to commit to teach for three years after graduation

From left: Fahmida Aziz, Kadiza Sultana’s cousin; Sahima Begum, Shamima’s older sister, and Hussen Abase, father of Amira, appear before the committee on Tuesday

Families of three missing Syria girls demand police apology

‘We should have been warned about friend who had gone to Syria’, they tell MPs

At least 700 Britons are believed to have flown to Syria or Iraq to join Isis forces

New laws to stop jihadists and ‘jihadi brides’ leaving UK rushed through House

700 Britons believed to have flown to Syria or Iraq to join Isis forces

Mohammed Emwazi moved to the UK from Kuwait aged six

MI5 contact did not radicalise ‘Jihadi John’, David Cameron insists

Philip Hammond attacked apologists for Isis in his speech in London

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