Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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Scottish drink-drive limit to be slashed in time for Christmas

Government has no plans to change limit in the rest of UK

Cameron has expressed his frustration with the EU

David Cameron refuses to pay 'completely unacceptable' £1.7bn EU bill

Prime Minister confirmed he will not pay the EU extra £1.7 billion

Prime Minister David Cameron and UKIP leader Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage says David Cameron will have no choice but to meet EU's 'outrageous' demand for an extra £1.7bn from Britain

Surprise request for more money to Brussels is due in December

Tory whips have warned the Prime Minister that he could face a Tory revolt over the European arrest warrant

A bizarre front for the Tories’ campaign against Europe

Is Downing Street wobbling on the European Arrest Warrant?

A total of 724,200 people from outside the EU were given permission to remain in the UK

Britain admits nearly three times more migrants from outside the EU than any other member state, statistics show

Britain admits almost three times more migrants from outside the European Union than any other member state, it has emerged.

The Prime Minister signalled his determination to challenge the extra fee

David Cameron to challenge EU’s demand for extra £1.7bn

More ammunition for Ukip in next month's Rochester and Strood by-election

The influx of hundreds of thousands of eastern European workers has significantly altered the composition of some parts of Britain

Immigration is the issue many in Labour fear most

Ukip is threatening certain Labour seats at the next election

The UK has a female employment rate of 67 per cent

More women are in work in Britain than ever before

Government announces increase of 800,000 in four years

Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons

Legal highs fuelling growing levels of violence in British jails, annual prison report warns

Prison suicide rate has reached a 10-year high, Chief Inspector of Prisons has said

There has been an 82 per cent increase in spending on private ambulances in two years

Revealed: Spending on private ambulances has risen by 82% in two years

Cost of service nears £70m as Labour warns paramedics have raised concerns about safety

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