- 82% of respondents said no to a new influx from Bulgaria and Romania
- 85% think migration was putting huge pressure on schools and hospitals
- Only one in 20 think Brussels should be in charge of policies
- Think tank Migrationwatch believes 70,000 migrants will arrive in January
- National statistics showed the glaring disparities of public spending
- Scots get £10,152 spent on them, compared to £8,529 for the English
- The Local Government Association said the 34 year-old Barnett Formula should be dropped
- Alternative therapies approved include tai chi for multiple sclerosis
- Other treatments include ginger for mothers-to-be with morning sickness
- Think tank says that privatisation ‘robbed the taxpayer’
- Calls for independent inquiry into the Post Office sale
- Ukip leader attacks Cameron for failing to recognise party
- Says party had suffered in the past because it resembled a ‘rugby club’
- Reveals party will run candidates in every seat at the 2015 election
- Says he would work with Boris Johnson or Michael Gove if they became Tory leader
- Previously said he’d support a nationwide vote if a change in EU treaties
- Now says Lib Dems will support nationwide vote ‘when rules next change’
- But he made clear he would fight to keep Britain in the EU
The chasm in public spending between Scotland and England has widened further, according to Treasury figures showing the gap is now nearly 20 per cent.
Measured by absolute numbers of people, Britain’s population is growing faster than anywhere else in the European Union
Far from ‘seeing eye to eye’, David Cameron and George Osborne are cut from different political cloth
The Free Enterprise Group of Conservative MPs caused a stink this week by calling for an end to VAT exemptions – including those on food and children’s clothes.
Nirj Deva is a Conservative MEP for South East England.
From the Leicester Mercury
The Tory had been due to chair a meeting on the unfair effects of installing prepayment meters into vulnerable households in Stratford-upon-Avon
CITY firms yesterday said plans for new EU rules on so-called “dark pool” trading platforms will lead to a worse deal for savers and urged regulators to focus on compiling more accurate data.
THERE is some controversy over whether David Cameron actually told his team they need to “get rid of all the green c**p”. But while Downing Street has denied it, there is little doubt that some ministers are realising they need to do something about the punishing costs of their current energy policies.
Campaigners claim whitewash after committee says there would be no advantage in stopping UK arms sales to kingdom
Fears about economic insecurity and EU migration are leading many voters to the right. The centre left must take note