Support comes a day after NUS research shows students 'overwhelmingly' back union to remain
Leave campaign is facing 'a challenging set of circumstances', says Tory election strategist Sir Lynton Crosby
EU ministers will meet on Monday to discuss the possibility of sending security units to Tripoli
The statement hints that the IMF may be considering pulling out of the deal agreed by Athens and eurozone creditors in July
You now have the right 'to be forgotten'
'A dark day for the Refugee Convention, a dark day for Europe and a dark day for humanity'
PM successfully argued in 2013 for trusts to be treated differently from companies in anti-money laundering rules
The EU has started to deport people back to a country accused of shooting Syrian refugees
The UK pays the second-highest minimum wage in Europe and has introduced a new National Living Wage
'Anxiety and frustration is widespread,' the UNHCR said
The UK is one of 14 countries that, as early as 2014, were seeking to block the EU from axing the so-called “lesser duty” rule
The UK is shipping 700kg of enriched uranium to the United States, while American nuclear material will be used in the treatment of cancer patients across Europe
Estimate of total annual loss more than eight times higher than previous calculations
There is an opportunity to bind Turkey to European values while stopping well short of full EU membership
Landmark deal contains new assurances asylum claims made by those sent back to Turkey will be assesed by Greece
The Government has secured an agreement between EU leaders to zero-rate VAT on woman's sanitary products