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Calais Migrant Crisis: Deputy Mayor of Calais labels Cameron's use of 'swarm' as 'racist' and 'ignorant'

Philippe Mignonet described Cameron's rhetoric around the crisis as 'racist' and 'extremist'

Leader of the Liberal Democrat party Nick Clegg (L) and his wife Miriam Gonzalez Durantez leave after voting at Hall Park centre polling station in Sheffield, England on May 7, 2015

Lib Dems prepare to release an avalanche of memoirs of the Coalitions history

While literary agents are being overrun with time-rich Lib Dems, it appears that nobody is getting rich from publishing third-party memoirs

The alleged meeting between George Osborne and Rupert Murdoch is said to have taken place in Downing Street in late June (Getty)

Rupert Murdoch's private meeting with George Osborne: The mogul always likes to back a winner

Murdoch Snr likes to back winners and Osborne, potentially the next Tory leader, may already have a powerful lead supporter

People run past tyres burning on a road leading to the port of Calais on July 31, 2015 in Calais (Getty)

David Cameron admits Calais crisis will last all summer

Philippe Mignonet, the deputy mayor of the French port, said his town had been 'sacrificed' by Britain

Diane Coyle took over the role from Lord Patten following his resignation

Diane Coyle: Former vice-chair of BBC Trust says licence fee payers deserve to know how organisation will be funded in future

UK taxpayers are entitled to know the details behind any government decision on the corporation’s future funding, says Coyle

Jack Straw hasn't caught Corbyn-mania

Yvette Cooper: David Cameron is 'inflaming' Calais crisis with 'incendiary and divisive language'

The Labour leadership hopeful says demonising migrants 'won’t solve the crisis'

David Cameron thinks he was wanted by the KGB

David Cameron's KGB recruitment attempt was actually just a 'gay pick-up'

Either way the two Russian men had taken a shine to the young Dave

Calais Migrant Crisis: 'deport them back to their countries' says senior Labour MP

The Prime Minister labelled migrants a 'swarm' yesterday

Could Scotland soon be waving goodbye?

Nicola Sturgeon won't rule out independence referendum if Scotland are forced into EU exit

The SNP leader says "no politician has the right to stand in the way" of another vote

George Galloway says he will re-join Labour 'pretty damn quick' if Jeremy Corbyn becomes leader

He also said a Corbyn-led Labour party would have one million members by 2020

Harriet Harman has dismissed calls to halt the contest

Labour accuses Tories of pushing tax credit cuts through Parliament without proper scrutiny

Harriet Harman wants the £6bn in cuts to be examined by the Commons Treasury and Work and Pensions Select Committees

An explosion following an air-strike is seen in the Syrian town of Kobani last year

British air strikes on Syria: Public back bombing campaign by margin of two to one, says poll

The opinion poll for The Independent is a boost for David Cameron as he prepares for RAF pilots to extend their bombing campaign against Isis

Rupert Murdoch leaving his home in London last year

George Osborne under pressure to reveal if meeting with Rupert Murdoch preceded announcement of BBC cuts

Exclusive: Chancellor accused of allowing media mogul to lobby him just days before announced curbs on BBC’s budget

Authorities are being overwhelmed as they try to fight off hundreds of migrants, prompting France to beef up its police presence

Calais crisis: UN official slams the UK Government for accepting fewer refugees than neighbours

Peter Sutherland, the UN special representative on migration said any threat posed by migrants was 'exaggerated beyond belief'

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