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'The numbers in the camp are only about 3,000 and could be easily handled'
According to Shelter, you need a salary of £50,000 in England and £77,000 in London to be able to afford one of them
The battle could last for two years, and the public will not engage until late in the fight
Labour leader condemns David Cameron over 'fake claims' to fight poverty on a visit to Scotland
Brown warned that unless changes were made to the Scotland Bill, the Union's future would be left hanging by a thread
Thousands of Jewish children are growing up cut off from the rest of society, and earlier this year a Christian school was even placed in special measures after failing to tackle homophobic bullying
Researchers into how we perceive black-sounding names brand results of their own study 'disgusting'
The findings come a day after the PM pledged an 'assault on poverty'
Mr Cameron tackles prison reform, equality and social mobility – and says Jeremy Corbyn ‘hates’ Britain
The Prime Minister's taxation-linked sexual innuendo drew what can only be described as a 'thin' smile from his wife
Cutting through the jargon to decipher the PM's keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference
David Cameron said it was best to take refugees directly from Syria to discourage those who make the dangerous journey to Europe
The Tories have failed to achieve any of their own economic targets, and only worsened living conditions, child poverty and the housing crisis
Dawoud al-Marhoon was 17 when he was arrested in 2012 and has been in solitary confinement since
The Prime Minister was the only leader to ask his wife to join him on stage at the end
The Prime Minister accused Mr Corbyn of having a 'terrorist-sympathising, Britain-hating ideology'