– UK properties: Environment Agency warns 7,000 houses could be lost on coastline because of rising sea level
Editorial: Guilty silence on the UK’s role in torture
– 47,000 Bulgarians and Romanians enter UK in a year: Number who now live here has increased fivefold in last eight years
– Prescription fraud costs NHS Â£237million: Concerns patients are pretending to be unemployed or have a long-term illness to avoid paying for medication
– How did TWO screenings fail to spot virus? UK nurse screened in both Sierra Leone and London but symptoms were not picked up
Editorial: Jose Manuel Barroso’s wrong about why Britons want to leave EU
– Iain Duncan Smith: ‘We’ll root out the benefits cheats who pretend to be ill for money’
Editorial: A new deal for the euro must go far beyond QE
Editorial: The Guardian view of the poll tax papers: judgment on Oliver Letwin
Editorials: The Guardian view on snap elections in Greece
– British workers may wait a decade for wages to recover, says TUC boss
– Ukip green policy: Climate change ‘open to question’ says energy spokesman Roger Helmer
– David Cameron will trigger Tory civil war with a General Election win, senior party figures warn
Editorial: AFTER the misery heaped on rail users last week, and with yet more fare rises this week, the lavish pay and perks for Network Rail’s fatcats are a national scandal. WE’RE facing a four-month bombardment of party political propaganda. One bit of Labour guff can be dismissed right away. T is hard to believe, but British law has for once triumphed over the European Convention on Human Rights.
– POSH councils were last night slammed by an MP for failing to house asylum seekers, leaving poorer areas to take the strain.
Editorial: Desperate Lib Dems won’t fool the voters
– Theresa May still favourite to be next Tory leader among party faithful, poll finds
Editorial: If Greece derails the euro, it will be Germany’s fault
– BBC ditches documentary on royal ‘spin’ that followed Diana’s death
– Let us campaign against Europe, ministers urge PM
– LONDON: MP Eric Joyce in court charged with assault and criminal damage.
– 1700: Nationwide Building Society releases its December house price study and its regional report for the fourth quarter.