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This year marks 100 years since the start of a four-year war which claimed 16 million lives around the world. In October, the BBC laid claim to this anniversary announcing an ambitious slate of over 2,500 hours of First World War programming. Clearly, Adrian Van Klaveren needn't worry whether he's commissioned enough programmes, but if anything keeps the BBC's Controller of the World War One Centenary up at night over the next four years, it will be the tone of these documentaries and dramas.

Two Bulgarians in London yesterday, the day restrictions were lifted allowing their countrymen to live and work in Britain

All quiet at the coach station as fears of invasion from Eastern Europe come to nothing

Fears that a torrent of Romanians and Bulgarians would take advantage of new rules freeing them to live and work in the UK prove unfounded

Romanians landing at Luton Airport were surprised to be greeted by Home Affairs Select Committee chairman Keith Vaz. However, many Britons have been heading out in the opposite direction.

As EU work restrictions are lifted for Romanian and Bulgarian migrants, the influx has begun... of Britons heading for Bucharest

Many Romanians were put off moving to the UK because of its increasingly racist rhetoric

MP's call for calm over mass immigration as Bulgarians and Romanians arrive in the UK

Bulgarian and Romanian citizens will now be free to live and work in Britain

Ethnic Roma prepare to board a bus destined for cities in Germany earlier this month

Mass immigration 'unlikely' as millions of Romanians and Bulgarians find work elsewhere

Plenty of people from the former Communist countries have found work in countries other than Britain, EU commissioner insists

A Romanian woman beggar waits in the front of a shop near Piata Sudului market place in Bucharest.

Romania says there won't be an immigrant 'invasion' as EU restrictions are lifted

No countries have accurate estimates on the number of migrants that will arrive in the UK, said a spokeswoman from the Romanian ministry

RSPCA under fire after it recommended putting down rescued Bulgarian dog 

Animal charity embroiled in row over "discrimination against non-UK animals"

According to Damian Draghici, a Romanian senator, the British public should be more concerned about bankers than Roma beggars

Bankers of more concern than our beggars, says senior Roma advisor

The UK public should be more concerned about bankers who steal billions than Roma beggars, an adviser to the Romanian prime minster has said.

Calls for Cameron to extend migrant controls

A group of Tory activists has urged David Cameron not to lift border controls on Bulgarian and Romanian migrants entering the UK on Wednesday.

The Refugee Council has said only about 0.1 per cent of Syrians fleeing the violence had found safety in the UK

Former Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell joins Labour in condemning UK for turning its back on Syria's refugees

The Government’s position has been criticised by aid agencies who said it was akin to stating that “there’s no room at the inn”

Danny Alexander said foreign companies could abandon their plans to invest in the UK if Tories mounted a crude anti-EU campaign

Exclusive: Coalition split again as Danny Alexander slams senior Tories for flirting with ‘disastrous’ EU exit

Chief Secretary to Treasury says investors are unsettled and thousands of jobs could be jeopardised

Andrew Marr (left) and Vince Cable appearing on BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show - the Business Secretary accused the Conservatives of 'panicking' about immigration because the party is under pressure from UKIP

Vince Cable likens Conservative 'panic' over immigration to Enoch Powell's notorious 'rivers of blood' speech

Coalition tensions boiled over as the Liberal Democrat Cabinet minister Vince Cable likened Conservative “panic” about Romanian and Bulgarian migration to Enoch Powell’s notorious “rivers of blood” speech.

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has warned David Cameron against turning to 'isolation and nationalism' in order to win votes

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev issues warning to David Cameron on immigration and ‘nationalism’

Lib Dem Business Secretary Vince Cable says controversial 75,000 cap on migrants ‘isn’t going to happen’

Joe Hart will continue in goal for Manchester City's Boxing Day clash with Liverpool

Fulham 2 Manchester City 4: Manuel Pellegrini confirms Joe Hart will continue in goal for Boxing Day clash with Liverpool

Pellegrini felt that Hart deserved another opportunity following poor run of form

David Cameron's calls for reduced migration fuelled tensions at the end of a summit in Brussels

David Cameron takes his biggest gamble yet as he gets tough on Europe over immigration

The Prime Minister reveals he's prepared to block the entry of new member states unless stricter 'freedom of movement' controls are imposed

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