The United Nations refugee agency is warning that planned immigration laws could create a climate of “ethnic profiling” and stigmatise refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.
Conservative who served Welsh interests for nearly 30 years despite the indifference and hostility of his own party
Rebel Tory MPs are demanding that Britain defy the EU by delaying the introduction of the 'right to work' for Romanians and Bulgarians
End-of-term poll makes mixed reading for the leaders, but the Prime Minister tops the guest list
The reward will be savings for taxpayers
National Audit Office says there are 'worrying examples of contractors not appearing to treat the public sector fairly'
It seems wrong for elements of state coercion to be run for private profit
Research finds nearly half of 120 museums surveyed had increased number of unpaid interns and volunteers required to maintain their institutions
Chief Constable Adrian Lee says intoxicated people should be taken to a cell and charged for care in the morning
Study identifies ‘civil core’ responsible for most of the work for good causes
Survey shows extent of public dissatisfaction, with 60 per cent saying migrants bring more disadvantages than advantages to the UK
Services firm agrees to repay past profits from its £40m-a-year contract and forgo all future earnings
Creeping levels of corruption in Britain have resulted in a worrying increase in the bribery of public officials, according to a major new report released on Tuesday.
Officers quickly quashed the unrest, unleashing a barrage of tear gas canisters
Experts warn that all parties will make deeper cuts after election as the only way to tackle the deficit
Belu, the social enterprise bottled water company which hands all of its profits to the charity Water Aid, has won a £100,000 contract to supply dining rooms, canteens and select committee meetings at the House of Commons and House of Lords.