- Former Home Secretary said the party’s 2004 decision to hand immediate working rights to migrants from other EU states was a mistake
- Admission in his local paper is furthest any Labour minister has gone
- His successor David Blunkett also warned Roma migrants could cause riots
- Government had predicted influx of 13,000 a year – 1m came in a decade
- Influx of migrants in Page Hall, Sheffield, has caused racial tensions
- Local Pakistanis are patrolling, ‘educating Roma population on English ways’
- Follows David Blunkett’s warning Roma migrants could cause riots
- Monmouth MP says men who father children should pay for upbringing
- He tells the Commons the state should not be left to pick up the bill
- Also condemns over-generous benefits which pay for ‘teenage love nests’
- He says he used to meet his teenage girlfriend ‘on a park bench’
- 25-year-old was jailed for four years in 2008 for sex offence
- After sentence he remained behind bars during deportation fight
- Fought against deportation, claiming his human rights would be violated
- Court of Appeal orders compensation for ‘unlawful’ detention
- Chancellor told Telegraph Business Festival he cannot magic jobs
- Suggested entrepreneurs have the power to solve unemployment crisis
- Comments come ahead of the autumn statement, to be read out next month
- Mr Justice Mostyn said EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights appeared to apply despite Labour supposedly negotiating watertight ‘opt out’
- Justice Secretary fired broadside at Brussels after judge’s comments
- Charles issued warning over countryside’s future in Country Life editorial
- He has guest edited the magazine to mark his 65th birthday tomorrow
- The prince says rural communities are facing their ‘toughest challenges’
- ‘Farmers have taken a battering in recent years,’ he writes
TORY grandee Lord Heseltine, the political driving force behind the regeneration of London’s Docklands and Liverpool’s Albert Dock, today urged the country to regain a “sense of adventure” and to back controversial high speed rail.
SYRIAN refugees fleeing from their country’s devastating civil war could inadvertently bring the paralysing disease of polio back to Europe, experts have warned.
Adam Afriyie’s referendum revolt is a distraction – opponents of the EU have tougher demands
Chancellor George Osborne tells the Telegraph Festival of Business that the UK is enjoying a recovery that “very many countries would crave”
Scotland Yard expected to conclude MI6 spy Gareth Williams likely to have climbed in to holdall himself
The BBC is paying Lucy Adams’s legal costs after a trade union made claims of a “dirty tricks” campaign by her department.
The Communities and Local Government Secretary said it was “common sense” to teach English rather than translate into other languages
The “real Tory divide” on Europe, according to my friend James Kirkup, is between Tory MPs in safe seats versus those in the marginals.
A REPORT out today from the National Audit Office (NAO) predicts government spending on new nuclear and green initiatives will send household energy bills soaring above inflation for the next 17 years as the public stumps up two thirds of the cost.
THE EU is seeking to increase its influence over global accounting standards by beefing up the agency that scrutinises new rules and in certain cases tweaking how they are applied in the bloc.
Dominique Lazanski: “Net neutrality” is just another name for Government meddling in the internet
IDS answered Mirror questions by saying: ““I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you!” and then explained, with a smile, “I am not there because I am here”
Charlene White faced racist and sexist abuse which, she said, acted against all the goals that the fallen soldiers fought for