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  • Borders and Immigration Inspector resigns

    The Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration has announced he is to step down – six months earlier than planned. John Vine, who has been in the role for six years, was due to leave the post in July 2015 but will now finish in December, the BBC reports.  

Civil Liberties & Counter Terrorism

David Anderson: Terror definition catching people it was never intended to

David Anderson said the definition of terrorism in current legislation was too broad. “This is not about being soft on terrorism. Where terrorism is suspected peopl...

Emergency Services

Met Police: New team launched to tackle crime in the West End

Metropolitan Police press release City of Westminster police and the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, today launched a new team of 100 officers in the West End tha...

Equality

Scale and pace of Universal Credit roll-out defended

The scale and pace of the Government’s roll-out of the controversial Universal Credit has been defended in the Lords today. Lord Freud, the Conservative Work and ...

Immigration

Dominic Raab: EU migrant cap is not just a UKIP gambit

Dominic Raab has described the Conservatives’ move to cut benefits for EU migrants as a common sense measure that will save taxpayers billions. “Well it is always...

Law, Justice & Prisons

TUC: Mesothelioma victims deserve fair recompense

TUC press release Responding to the report published today (Friday) by the House of Commons Justice Committee, which is critical of the government’s review of mes...

Science & Technology

George Freeman: Britain is taking the lead in the global race for genomic medicine

George Freeman said the Government's announcement today that £300m was being invested in a DNA project to map the genetic codes of 100,000 people meant Britain was "...

Social Issues

Scale and pace of Universal Credit roll-out defended

The scale and pace of the Government’s roll-out of the controversial Universal Credit has been defended in the Lords today. Lord Freud, the Conservative Work and ...

Voluntary Sector

Local Government Association: Council tax discounts proposed for 500,000 volunteers

Local Government Association press release Council tax discounts should be given to the thousands of "community heroes" who improve life in their areas by giving u...

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