Reginald D Hunter

Reginald D Hunter at the PFA Player of the Year awards: Right man, but wrong event at the wrong time

The Independent's Sam Wallace, who was in attendance at last night's awards, provides an insight into events

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Why do we now build the smallest new homes in Western Europe?

People don’t like new builds, but they're more likely to welcome them if they're a decent size. We need to get Britain building again, but size matters

One in 25 Buglarians and one in 100 Romanians are actively looking for jobs in Britain next year when they will gain the right to live and work in this country

A quarter of Romanians and Bulgarians say they want to look for work in UK - not that they're doing anything about it

One in 25 Buglarians and one in 100 Romanians are actively looking for jobs in Britain next year when they will gain the right to live and work in this country, according to polls for BBC2’s Newsnight released last night.

April 22, 2013 marks the 20th anniversary of the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence

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Talented black people should be allowed to enter the police at senior levels to tackle the lack of ethnic recruits, a group has demanded as Britain marks the 20th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence.

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For most couples in their twenties and thirties there is nothing worse than the thought of moving back to live with their parents or in-laws, but for some it is a reality.

Home Office staff start strike action in pay and jobs dispute

Staff at the Home Office will go on strike today in the latest phase of three months of industrial action by civil servants in a dispute over pay, jobs and terms and conditions.

'Gay? Prove it then – have you read any Oscar Wilde?': Judges accused of asking lesbian asylum seekers inappropriate questions

Tribunal judges accused of shocking levels of ignorance and prejudice

James Lawton: Our own house must be kept clean of racism

It is unfortunate that the problems of the England national team may be compounded by the possibility of playing behind closed doors at Wembley. But if there was indeed racist content in the anti-Ferdinand chanting in Montenegro, there is only one sensible reaction: so be it.

AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis celebrates by giving the Nazi salute to spectators after scoring the winning goal in his team's 2-1 Super League victory over Veria

Greek footballer Giorgos Katidis denies being a Nazi after 'fascist salute'

Highly-rated midfielder fears he has 'put an end to his career'

Home Secretary Theresa May speaks to the House of Commons in London regarding the Government's decision to split the UK Border Agency

Theresa May's big gamble: 'Troubled' UK Border Agency scrapped and split in two as Home Secretary takes personal charge

Home Secretary reclaims immigration powers from ‘troubled’ agency

An immigrant’s perspective on immigration

It wouldn't be wrong to call London the immigrant capital of the world

David Cameron to announce tougher tests for social housing, including keeping immigrant families off council house waiting lists for five years

David Cameron to announce tougher tests for social housing, including keeping immigrant families off council house waiting lists for five years

Immigrant families will be kept off council house waiting lists for up to five years, under a crackdown being unveiled by David Cameron.

Kennel Club strikes deal to develop prime Mayfair site

The Kennel Club has struck a deal with the developer British Land over its Mayfair home that should keep the Crufts organiser in Pedigree Chum for years to come.

Nick Clegg ditches 'illegal immigrant amnesty' proposal

Deputy Prime Minister admits that election pledge was seen by some as 'a reward for breaking the law'

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