European Parliament Martin Schulz says proposal to curb EU migrant benefits would run into opposition from MEPs
'If we allow only those already within a position of privilege to access a university degree, we allow social mobility to stagnate'
It could take women, who are more likely to be in part time or short term jobs, far longer than four years to be recognised as a worker in the UK
As Prime Minister heads across the Channel, his critics at home are finding their voice
Erna Soldberg spoke to David Cameron at Downing Street
The UK says it is more than doubling its aid commitment to the region
Support for the deal on the UK side is underwhelming, however
UN is appealing for $7.7bn to fund aid operations for the 13.5 million people displaced by the fighting and in need of assistance.
The PM has defended the offer, which was released yesterday
With Cameron this open to attack, it's a shame Corbyn can't provide the barbed rebuttals he should have prepared
The Prime Minister says the changes represent 'real progress' for the UK
The error was made by the country's public broadcaster RTP 1
The AfD is usually described as a 'far-right' party in the UK press, as if it were like the BNP – the truth is more complicated
David Cameron has claimed the draft agreement on the UK's place delivers 'significant movement' - but is that true?
Prime Minister forced to water down commitment to ban EU migrants from qualifying for in-work benefits for four years
The 'new settlement' falls short of the 'fundamental reform' David Cameron once promised