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Lib Dems win Eastleigh by-election as Tories pushed into third by Ukip

Lib Dems win Eastleigh by-election as Tories pushed into third by Ukip
David Cameron was last night pushed into third place in the Eastleigh by-election, sparking major questions over his leadership amid growing doubts that the Conservatives can win the next general election. Despite the by-election being called after the resignation of Chris Huhne, the disgraced Liberal Democrat Cabinet minister – and the sexual harassment scandal facing the ... Full story
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MP warned Nick Clegg about Lord Rennard sex claims

MP warned Nick Clegg about Lord Rennard sex claims
Nick Clegg was personally warned by one of his MPs that a senior figure in the Liberal Democrats might be sexually molesting female members of staff, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Sandra Gidley, a former MP and party spokesman, said she told Mr Clegg about the allegations surrounding Lord Rennard, the party’s former chief executive, after ... Full story

Clegg’s top aide told of Lord Rennard sexual harassment claims in 2010

Clegg's top aide told of Lord Rennard sexual harassment claims in 2010
Nick Clegg's most senior aide was told almost three years ago about allegations that a senior party figure had repeatedly sexually pestered female staff, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Jonny Oates, the chief of staff to the Deputy Prime Minister, was informed in April 2010 that several women involved in the Liberal Democrat party had alleged ... Full story
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Right to light under threat in planning law shake-up

Right to light under threat in planning law shake-up
Historic laws which guarantee householders the right to enjoy the light which comes into their homes could be scrapped to encourage the building of large developments, it has been announced. In a new assault on planning rules, the Law Commission began a consultation, which is backed by ministers, which could lead to the centuries-old entitlement ... Full story
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Grantham not sure it wants Baroness Thatcher statue

Grantham not sure it wants Baroness Thatcher statue
She is Grantham’s most famous daughter, but when a statue of Baroness Thatcher was offered to the local museum, it was considered by some to be a dubious honour. The £150,000 white marble work was famously decapitated by a protester in 2002 but has since been restored. Not everyone in her home town is sure they want ... Full story

Welsh Secretary takes chauffeured Jaguar for 100 metre walk to Number 10

Welsh Secretary takes chauffeured Jaguar for 100 metre walk to Number 10
David Jones, the Welsh Secretary, has been spotted taking his Chauffeur-driven jaguar around 100 metres from his office to Downing Street - and back again. Mr Jones was photographed making the short trip in his official car to this morning's Cabinet meeting with the Prime Minister. One witness said the chauffeur waited outside the meeting for around ... Full story
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Cameron accused of dividing Conservatives as MPs rebel on gay marriage vote

Cameron accused of dividing Conservatives as MPs rebel on gay marriage vote
David Cameron was on Tuesday night accused of dividing the Conservative party as more Tory MPs voted against legalising gay marriage than voted in favour. The Prime Minister won his first Commons battle to legalise same-sex marriage by a margin of 400 votes to 175. But his victory came at the cost of a major split in ... Full story
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New Archbishop of Canterbury challenges David Cameron on gay marriage

New Archbishop of Canterbury challenges David Cameron on gay marriage
The new Archbishop of Canterbury will issue a challenge to David Cameron by voicing opposition to gay marriage on the eve of the first parliamentary vote on the controversial new law. In his first official day as leader of the Church of England, the Rt Rev Justin Welby is expected to say that marriage should remain ... Full story

Minister admits child care tax breaks could hit stay-at-home mothers

Minister admits child care tax breaks could hit stay-at-home mothers
A minister has admitted that plans to give parents child care tax breaks could hit stay-at-home mothers and may now be reconsidered. The Coalition was forced to postpone an announcement giving every parent with children under five tax relief worth about £2,000 per child amid haggling between senior ministers over the detail and funding of the ... Full story
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Minister at war over ‘cheating’ councils

Minister at war over 'cheating' councils
Councils are treating local residents “with contempt” and will be cheating taxpayers if they increase local taxes without public backing, the Local Government Secretary warns. In an article for The Daily Telegraph, Eric Pickles says he will introduce new laws to stop councils abusing the system by hitting householders with stealth tax rises next year. Mr Pickles, ... Full story
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Merkel hints at European deal for Cameron

Merkel hints at European deal for Cameron
Angela Merkel has said she is prepared to consider renegotiating Britain’s membership of the EU in the wake of David Cameron’s landmark speech pledging an in-out referendum by 2017. The Prime Minister wants to negotiate the return of some powers from Brussels to Britain, possibly within a new treaty. The revised relationship would then be the subject ... Full story
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Cameron: I’ll hold an in-out vote on Europe

Cameron: I'll hold an in-out vote on Europe
David Cameron will today offer the British public the first “in-out referendum” on membership of the European Union in more than 40 years. The Prime Minister will warn that democratic consent for the EU is currently “wafer thin” and that “it is time for the British people to have their say”. The pledge to hold a referendum ... Full story
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It’s too early for the Tories to assume defeat is inevitable in 2015

It’s too early for the Tories to assume defeat is inevitable in 2015
David Cameron could be a transformative leader if he had more faith in his power to change minds David Cameron’s long-awaited speech on the European Union – postponed yet again last night – will be one of his finest, according to those who have read the draft. It is full of rousing references to Britain’s sovereignty ... Full story

Visa scheme to attract 1,000 top scientists and artists gets just 50 to settle in Britain

Visa scheme to attract 1,000 top scientists and artists gets just 50 to settle in Britain
A Coalition scheme to attract 1,000 world-class scientists and artists a year to Britain has let in just 50 top academics, official figures show. George Osborne, the Chancellor, yesterday claimed the Coalition has “fast-tracked” visas for the “very best scientists in the world” with its programme to encourage outstanding academics to come to the UK. But the ... Full story
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Coalition may use ‘nuclear option’ to force through gay marriage law

Coalition may use 'nuclear option’ to force through gay marriage law
The Coalition is facing a new constitutional battle over same-sex marriages after failing to rule out invoking rarely-used parliamentary powers to force it through. Maria Miller, the Culture Secretary, has signalled that the Government might be prepared to use the Parliament Act to get its planned “equal marriage” legislation on to the statute book if it ... Full story
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Andrew Mitchell’s allies accused of ‘rewriting history’

Andrew Mitchell's allies accused of 'rewriting history'
Downing Street loyalists have accused Andrew Mitchell’s supporters of “rewriting history” over the events that led to his resignation from the Cabinet amid a row with the police. MPs supportive of the Prime Minister have hit out at David Davis, once Mr Cameron’s rival for the Conservative leadership, who has been Mr Mitchell’s most vocal supporter ... Full story

David Cameron commits to fighting 2015 election on anti-Europe ticket

David Cameron commits to fighting 2015 election on anti-Europe ticket
The Conservatives will fight the next general election on a strongly anti-Europe ticket, David Cameron told his MPs on Wednesday night. The party will also install paid campaigners in the top 40 constitutencies the party needs to win a Commons majority at the next general election, expected in May 2015. Many of them are held by ... Full story

Scrap free buses for wealthy pensioners, says Clegg

Scrap free buses for wealthy pensioners, says Clegg
Wealthy pensioners “do not need” state help to make ends meet and could lose their winter fuel payments and free bus passes before the next election, under plans to be announced by Nick Clegg. The Deputy Prime Minister, will pile pressure on David Cameron today to abandon a promise to protect “universal” benefits for the over-65s ... Full story

Families like mine pay more for food to subsidise binge drinking, says David Cameron

Families like mine pay more for food to subsidise binge drinking, says David Cameron
Middle class families are being charged more for every day food in supermarkets to subsidise cheap alcohol deals for binge drinkers, David Cameron has said. The Prime Minister claimed that “a family with a reasonable drinking habit” was “actually subsidising the binge drinker” because supermarkets were increasing the price of food to fund cuts in the ... Full story

Plans to allow 26 feet-long extensions could be curbed, Eric Pickles says

Plans to allow 26 feet-long extensions could be curbed, Eric Pickles says
Homeowners might not be able to build extensions of up to 26 feet-long without planning permission, a Cabinet minister has said. Local Government secretary Eric Pickles said that the final rules might only allow single storey extensions “considerably less” than six (19 feet) or eight (26 feet)metres, depending on the property. The news came as Chancellor George ... Full story
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