- Figure for Christmas Eve and Day alone – at height of crisis – was £1.2million
- Wind farms are paid to shut down turbines during gusty weather
- Britain is braced for another battering of gales and rain over New Year
- One airline has even doubled number of flights to meet demand
- Some one-way tickets are selling for up to £3,000 each
- Buses leaving Bulgarian capital of Sofia until January 9 are fully booked
- Liberal Democrat leader’s New Year’s message contains the warning
- He said Ukip and the Tories would ‘put narrow political interests ahead of the national economic interest’
- The ramped-up rhetoric may anger his Tory Coalition partners
- PR chief Alan Parker, who holidayed with the PM, was honoured
- At least two Tory donors have been honoured and four Lib Dem donors
- Karren Brady handed a CBE after appearing at the Tory conference
- Mr Cameron has been accused of running a Government of cronies
BRITAIN is facing a flood of migrants who live in other EU states because our benefits are “difficult to resist”, experts are warning.
POLITICIANS in Germany are calling for stiffer controls on its expected influx of Romanians and Bulgarians.
PRIME Minister David Cameron was last night accused of ignoring the concerns of ordinary Britons on immigration.
Thousands of police force civilian staff, including handlers of 999 calls, will strike today to coincide with a walkout by firefighters.
SO TONIGHT is the night.
Seats on buses to London are booked up for days as thousands of Bulgarian and Romanian migrants expected to head to the UK
Exclusive: Tim Yeo MP, chairman of the energy select committee, tells the Telegraph he plans to summon bosses of networks companies to explain “unacceptable” performance
Official figures show number of alcohol trouble hotspots has risen 150 per cent since 2007
By urging ministers to accept Syrian refugees, Ukip’s leader has played a canny game
New Year Honours Establishment Cronyism
Troughing MPs, Spinners, Aides and Donors Bunged Gongs
TUC says its survey is ‘bad news for the government’ as most people said they expect living standards crisis to continue