Former spymaster said the impact of mass migration is 'eating away at the willingness of EU states to act together'
Google will also be banned from further manipulating searches
The tech companies against the UK’s exit from the EU include Zoopla, Just Eat, Ve, TransferWise and Funding Circle.
“The bottom line, which may surprise many people, is that EU immigration has not harmed the pay, jobs or public services enjoyed by Britons"
Some 18,000 people are said to have turned up in Athens and another 8,000 in Thessaloniki on Sunday
The attacker was subdued and quickly detained by police outside the courthouse
The president's statement came a day after Turkey's prime minister who negotiated the deal stepped down
TTIP could lower standards in the EU by forcing it to accept lower standards on GM foods or harmful pesticides
Documents shed unprecedented light on controversial agreement, which includes provisions to allow US companies to help change European law and weaken consumer protections
The Chancellor's aunt has attacked the Government's £9 million pro-EU leaflet
The US president has been criticised for 'meddling' in the EU debate during his recent visit to the UK
As EU referendum opponents hurl misleading stats and confusing spin around, David Prosser seeks clarity on what leaving would really mean for our money from economies that have already broken away
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