- Over last five years, number of home repossessions has dropped every year
- However, this ‘benign period’ may soon ‘be coming to an end’, warn experts
- House prices are also predicted to rise by 44 per cent over next seven years
- Richard Bowman, 86, died 12 days after being beaten by patient
- Found by nurses in pool of blood with massive head, leg and arm injuries
- Son, Charles, said his father should not have been left alone with patient, who is thought to have bipolar disorder
- Labour MP Margaret Hodge made her warning in a damning report
- Staff shortages meant freight coming in to ports went unchecked
- Report found huge gaps in the data the agency receives
- Cost of putting food on the table to rise by 3.8 per cent next year
- Eating out has become more expensive by seven per cent
- Fewer UK households consuming fruit, vegetables and meat
- Haldon Hill near Exeter has housed 100 travellers in vans for 12 years
- Teignbridge District Council has won a grant to upgrade the facilities
- But now struggling as only a handful of families chose to take the step up
- Ministers are trying to use emergency powers to ban report
- Francis Maude and Patrick McLoughlin say it would cause ‘difficulties’
- HS2 critics say the gagging attempt is ‘absolutely disgraceful’
FRANCE last night stood accused of encouraging thousands of refugees to attempt to enter Britain illegally after a homeless shelter dubbed “Sangatte II” was opened in Calais.
THE boss of Domino’s Pizza yesterday sparked outrage after he called on the Government to relax its immigration rules so he can bring in workers to fill vacancies.
ONE working person every five minutes is being forced into claiming Housing Benefit because of soaring rents in London and other areas experiencing economic growth, a report has warned.
THE attractions of a limitless supply of cheap foreign labour to large businesses are clear.
MYSTERY surrounds why David Cameron tweeted a picture of a reindeer and ‘Little Ant and Dec’ while listening to Labour leader Ed Miliband’s tributes to Nelson Mandela in the Commons today.
Universal Credit IT system cannot yet cope with couples or people with children, officials admit
Residents could force councils to review their parking policies if enough people sign a petition, ministers say.
Large swathes of UK to be opened up for shale drilling, with communities where fracking takes place will receive £100,000, even if no gas is produced.
David Cameron’s refusal to appoint envoy to renegotiate EU membership increases chances of exit, says Douglas Carswell
LiveEuropean finance ministers will try to reach an agreement on how to wind up failing banks at Ecofin meeting in Brussels