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Schroders star Andy Brough signs up for Ukip

One of the City’s best-known fund managers has joined Ukip as the business world continues to pick sides over Europe.

Ukip today said it did not wish to comment on the council's statement

Rotherham council apologises over way it handled removal of children from Ukip foster parents

A council has apologised over the way it handled a decision to remove three Eastern European children from foster parents who were members of Ukip.

Ukip leader Nigel Farage hits back at 'fascist' hecklers in Edinburgh pub

But he is accused of 'losing the plot' after breaking off an interview on BBC Radio Scotland over 'hatred' in its questioning

The News Matrix: Friday 17 May 2013

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The News Matrix: Thursday 16 May 2013

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If you believe David Cameron is happy about his party's latest row over Europe, you'll believe anything

The man who told the Tories to stop 'banging on about Europe' has been sucked into banging on and on about it

Tory Eurosceptics come out of the shadows in force to wrest EU debate away from David Cameron

Whether they win or lose tomorrow’s attempt at forcing the referendum on Europe into the heart of the Queen’s Speech, the Conservative dissidents who have engineered what one MP admitted was “constitutional symbolic chaos” believe they have already succeeded in wresting control of the EU debate away from David Cameron.

David Cameron rebukes Michael Gove and Philip Hammond as he criticises Tories for 'throwing in the towel' over Europe and EU referendum

David Cameron, who is in Washington for talks with President Barack Obama,  hit out at prominent Tories who favour withdrawal for “throwing in the towel”

Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr show this morning he also revealed he would abstain from the Commons vote on an EU referendum next week.

Conservative ministers Michael Gove and Philip Hammond break ranks to say they would vote for Britain to exit EU

Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr show he also revealed he would abstain from the Commons vote on an EU referendum next week

Nonsense verse? Presenter Des Lynam backs Ukip and rewrites 'Send in the Clowns' as retort to Ken Clarke

Mr Lynam said he had voted for the Eurosceptic party last week

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The iQuiz part two: In pictures

Tuesday's iQuiz first round was as hotly contested as ever - and it's been memorialised on film.

David Cameron spoke about immigration at a press conference in Ipswich

David Cameron faces latest Tory rebellion as MPs aim to force EU membership vote

David Cameron is facing a new Conservative rebellion over Europe as his MPs challenge his authority by renewing their demands for a referendum.

The majority of people surveyed between the ages of 18 and 34 support more housebuilding in the countryside

Grand designs for more homes in countryside leave public unconvinced

Poll for 'The Independent' shows half of voters reject Coalition initiative to solve housing crisis

Bill to curb migrants' rights to be at heart of Queen's Speech

A Bill to curb migrants' rights and make it easier to deport foreign nationals will be at the heart of the Queen's Speech at the start of a new parliamentary session this week.

Editorial: From Westminster to Brussels, via reality TV

Both Christine Hamilton and her husband are being lined up to stand for Ukip

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