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  • £5bn migrant tax credit bill

    The Government has been accused of failing to address the issue of migrants claiming in-work benefits. David Cameron yesterday outlined new restrictions on non-UK citizens receiving jobless welfare payments, but the Daily Mail today leads on official figures suggesting £5bn of tax credits is given to immigrants every year.

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

Harriet Harman: Women candidates not all put off by media scrutiny

Harriet Harman questioned the suggestion that women were under-represented in politics because of a shortage of candidates willing to put themselves forward for the ...

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

Lord Best: Specific revenge porn laws not necessary

Lord Best said a report calling for clarification on prosecution for revenge pornography was not calling for more laws. "These are not offences, it's just that th...

Science & Technology

Science and Technology Committee: Govt must do more to reduce risk of vCJD infection

Science and Technology Committee press release More action is needed to ensure that variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD), the human form of bovine spongiform ...

Social Issues

Government 'deeply concerned' about rise of anti-Semitism

The Government is “deeply concerned” about the rise of anti-Semitism across Europe, peers were told today. Lord Leigh, who raised the topic in Lords’ Questions, s...

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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