Theresa May’s cuts to migration will take a toll on the state’s coffers since EU migrants tend to be, whatever right-wing populists assert, a net benefit to the public finances
'I'm glad he's leaving frontline politics. I think it is probably good for politics in this country.'
The "in" campaign is expected to be called Britain Stronger in Europe
Rules that grant stopped motorists seven days to present their driving licence at a police station will be swept away under plans to issue officers with hand-held machines that will instantly call up licences.
Budget cuts mean that reassuring the public can no longer be a priority for forces
Nearly 30,000 cautions were handed to criminals by the UK's biggest police force in the year to March for offences including robbery, drug trafficking and rape, new figures revealed today.
After a slew of allegations and mishaps involving chauffeur-driven trips funded by taxpayers and embarrassing rows over staffing, the country’s newly elected but already beleaguered police leaders have been called into Whitehall to be warned of their responsibilities.
With no launch date in sight, company is set to be a costly ‘white elephant’, say critics
A series of marches by a right-wing group has been banned amid fears of violence on the streets.
Embattled Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell returned to the Commons front line for the first time since his foul-mouthed row with Downing Street police and was soon reminded of his troubles by Labour MPs.
Claims of discrimination over Green's plan for a two-tier system to end delays at Heathrow
Immigration chiefs were accused yesterday of presiding over "complete chaos" when the bungled introduction of a new student visa regime led to an influx of migrants to Britain to work illegally.
Figures showing 371,000 immigrants were on benefits were rushed out by ministers with insufficient regard for "weaknesses" in the data, a watchdog has complained.