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Harper: 'We have extended our controls to the legal maximum'

Minister dismisses fears of new year tide of Romanians and Bulgarians migrants

The Government has refused repeated demands to publish or commission estimates of the numbers expected to enter Britain

A demonstration organized by Anonymous group was held to protest against the austerity measures adopted by the governement - some people in the crowd also feel at odds with political parties

Apathy? Alienation? How 'disengaged' four in ten voters reject ALL parties

Anti-sleaze watchdog that commissioned research believes findings pose worrying questions about future of democracy in Britain

Marine Le Pen, leader of the French National Front, sits next to Dutch leader of the Party for Freedom (PVV) Geert Wilders, at The Hague

Right-wing leaders aim for alliance of ‘like-minded’ European parties

The move by Geert Wilders of the Dutch Freedom Party and Marine Le Pen of France’s National Front, came ahead of next year's elections which EU officials fear will bring a surge in support for nationalist and xenophobic parties

Ukip poppy wreath sparks row over Remembrance Day party politics

Question raised of whether it is “propaganda” to have party logos on wreaths

Stewart Lee

Comedy review: Stewart Lee - Much A-Stew About Nothing, Leicester Square Theatre

Lee takes on Ed Miliband, UKIP and immigration in trademark style

Letters: An open letter to Russell Brand

Constructive action is what is called for here

Andy McSmith's Diary: Magnitsky's law will be the legacy he deserved

Our man in Westminster

Inside Westminster: Why the leadership debates of 2015 won't happen - even through they should

First, the good news. David Cameron is warming to the idea of repeating the 2010 televised debates between the three main party leaders at the 2015 general election. 

Tommy Robinson feels he can no longer keep extremists in the party at bay

Tommy Robinson has left the EDL. But this is a change of key, not a change of message

He has not denounced the principles that the EDL still stands for

Miliband's performance at the Labour conference failed to make much of an impression on voters

Ed Miliband has yet to convince voters he can be PM, poll of polls reveals

Conference success only changed his rating from ‘dire’ to ‘poor’

Former Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Heseltine

Conservative Party conference: Lord Heseltine warns Tories over pact with 'racist' Ukip

Former Deputy Prime Minister likened Nigel Farage’s party to supporters of Enoch Powell in the 1960s

David Cameron has defended plans for more seven years of austerity

Conservative Party conference: David Cameron welcomes Ukip members' support

Nigel Farage caused a stir by suggesting that Tory associations might forge deals with his party at a local level

Gawain Towler holding a cigarette

Conservative Party conference: Press officer’s text leaves Ukip facing fresh racism allegations

Official sparks new row as he describes British-born Asian journalist as being from ‘ethnic extraction’

Farage: Ukip would consider not running candidates against Eurosceptic MPs

The UK Independence Party may avoid putting up candidates to contest the seats of existing Eurosceptic MPs, its party leader has said.

Nigel Farage said he wanted Tories to switch allegiance temporarily

‘Lend us your votes’: Ukip's Nigel Farage steals in to Conservative Party Conference to lure Tory support

Nigel Farage will on Monday urge the Tory faithful to “lend us your votes” in next year’s European elections as he makes a scene-stealing series of appearances at the Conservative conference.

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