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Immigrants must live in Britain for a year before claiming benefits, says welfare minister

Immigrants must live in Britain for a year before claiming benefits, says welfare minister
Migrants from the European Union will be forced to live in Britain for up to a year before they can claim benefits, under plans outlined by Iain Duncan Smith, the welfare minister. The Work and Pensions Secretary said hard-working migrants who paid their taxes and contributed to the economy would be welcome. But he said he wanted ... Full story

Tens of thousands of ‘moonlighting’ police officers to declare second jobs

Tens of thousands of 'moonlighting' police officers to declare second jobs
Tens of thousands of moonlighting police officers will have to declare their second jobs for the first time, ministers will tell MPs today. Damian Green, the Policing minister, will unveil plans in the House of Common sto force officers to comply with a new code of conduct to try to raise professional standards. For the first time, ... Full story

Stafford scandal: Jeremy Hunt calls for police inquiry into NHS

Stafford scandal: Jeremy Hunt calls for police inquiry into NHS
Police should investigate the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of patients at the Mid Staffordshire NHS hospitals in the wake of the public inquiry, the Health Secretary says. In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Jeremy Hunt says it is “absolutely disgraceful” that no doctors, nurses or managers have been held to account for the substandard care ... Full story
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Twitter cases ‘threat to freedom of speech’

Twitter cases 'threat to freedom of speech’
Freedom of speech will be under threat if too many people are taken to court over offensive messages published on social media, the country’s top prosecutor has said. Keir Starmer, the Director of Public Prosecutions, said too many investigations into comments on networks such as Twitter would have a “chilling effect” on free speech. He issued ... Full story

Man with two knives shot with Taser at Buckingham Palace gates

Man with two knives shot with Taser at Buckingham Palace gates
Police were on Sunday forced to Taser a man who ran towards Buckingham Palace wielding knives in the air and holding a blade to his throat before throngs of tourists. Talhat Rehman, 54, broke from the crowd in the middle of the Changing of the Guard ceremony, holding one blade to his chest and another to ... Full story
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No more defence cuts, says David Cameron

No more defence cuts, says David Cameron
Defence spending will rise again to avert the threat of fresh cuts to the Armed Forces, David Cameron has promised. The Prime Minister has moved to reassure Armed Forces chiefs by pledging that the Treasury will increase defence spending above inflation from 2015, even as it cuts other Whitehall departments’ budgets. Mr Cameron’s commitment emerged during a ... Full story

HS2: Saved, by £600m high-speed detour

HS2: Saved, by £600m high-speed detour
Ministers were accused on Monday of “bending” the new high-speed rail line to avoid the more affluent areas of George Osborne’s constituency. The Government faced claims of hypocrisy after it emerged that the northern section of the HS2 network, the route of which was unveiled on Monday, would include a £600 million “detour” around parts of the ... Full story

Sexual exploitation and steroid abuse top threats to police

Sexual exploitation and steroid abuse top threats to police
Dozens of officers are under investigation for abusing their position for sexual favours as police leaders warned it was one of the top three threats of corruption which strikes at the heart of public trust. Chief Constable Mike Cunningham said most forces across England and Wales were investigating officers accused of abusing their position for sexual ... Full story

I’ve killed Taliban fighters, says Prince Harry

I've killed Taliban fighters, says Prince Harry
Prince Harry has spoken for the first time about killing Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, saying his role was to “take a life to save a life”. The 28-year-old Apache helicopter co-pilot said had taken insurgents “out of the game” during his 20-week tour of duty, which ended today. As the crew member in charge of the aircraft’s ... Full story

HS2 will bring fast broadband to rural areas, says minister

HS2 will bring fast broadband to rural areas, says minister
The controversial high-speed rail link could improve access to ultra-fast broadband for rural communities, the transport minister has said. The Government is developing plans for fibre optic cables to be run alongside the new track in an effort to make the project more palatable to people living in affected areas along the route. Simon Burns said that ... Full story

Caring student stabbed to death in broad daylight

Caring student stabbed to death in broad daylight
A "caring, easy-going" gap year student was stabbed to death in broad daylight in an apparently random, motiveless attack. Kieran Crump Raiswell, 18, was killed by a lone knifeman as he walked along the street in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, on Wednesday afternoon. Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy pledged to “find the person responsible for this crime” ... Full story

Duchess of Cambridge celebrates 31st birthday with family outing

Duchess of Cambridge celebrates 31st birthday with family outing
The Duchess of Cambridge gave another indication that she is over her pregnancy sickness as she enjoyed a family night out at the Royal Albert Hall to celebrate her 31st birthday. The Duchess, who spent four days in hospital before Christmas after being struck down by a severe form of morning sickness, went to see the ... Full story

The abortion of unwanted girls taking place in the UK

The abortion of unwanted girls taking place in the UK
Illegal abortion on the grounds of gender may be taking place in Britain within immigrant communities, ministers have admitted for the first time after an official analysis of birth statistics. The Government was on Thursday night urged to open an inquiry after officials found signs that birth rates for girls and boys vary noticeably according to ... Full story

US wanted to warn Argentina about South Georgia

US wanted to warn Argentina about South Georgia
The United States wanted to give Argentina advance warning that Britain was going to retake South Georgia in 1982 in a move that would have spelt disaster ahead of the Falklands campaign, according to newly released files. The proposal, by US secretary of state Alexander Haig, was intended to show the military junta in Buenos Aires ... Full story

BBC chiefs survive Jimmy Savile fiasco

BBC chiefs survive Jimmy Savile fiasco
The BBC yesterday failed to sack a single executive, despite admitting that a lack of leadership left it in such a state of “chaos” that it was “completely incapable” of dealing with the Jimmy Savile sex abuse allegations. A £2 million review commissioned by the corporation concluded that bitter infighting, flawed decision-making and “rigid management ... Full story

Foreign Office risks diplomatic row with Argentina by naming part of Antarctica after the Queen

Foreign Office risks diplomatic row with Argentina by naming part of Antarctica after the Queen
The Foreign Office has risked a fresh diplomatic row with Argentina by naming part of Antarctica after the Queen as a Diamond Jubilee gift. Queen Elizabeth Land, as it will now be known, is a 169,000 square mile slice of the British Antarctic Territory, touching the South Pole and reaching out to an area twice the ... Full story

Queen gives the Bank a lesson in economics

Queen gives the Bank a lesson in economics
Four years ago, the Queen asked academics why no one had foreseen the “awful” financial crisis which has blighted the country ever since. On Thursday, during a tour of the Bank of England, she effectively answered her own question as she talked about “lax” City workers and a regulator that “didn’t have the teeth” to intervene. The ... Full story

Hospital scanning ‘costs lives of healthy babies’

Hospital scanning 'costs lives of healthy babies’
More than 200 women who discover they are expecting thanks to ultra-sensitive home testing kits are having their pregnancies ended by mistake because hospital scans cannot pick up the earliest signs of life, doctors warn. More than 200 women who discover they are expecting thanks to ultra-sensitive home testing kits are having their pregnancies ended by ... Full story
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Duchess hoax call: nurse’s family tells of anguish as MP accuses royal hospital

Duchess hoax call: nurse's family tells of anguish as MP accuses royal hospital
The husband of the nurse who apparently killed herself after taking a prank call to the Duchess of Cambridge’s ward says he has “no more strength to bear this loss” amid criticism of the hospital for failing to give the family enough support. Benedict Barboza, the widower of Jacintha Saldanha, said he was “struggling to come ... Full story

Duchess of Cambridge suffers setback in recovery from severe pregnancy sickness

Duchess of Cambridge suffers setback in recovery from severe pregnancy sickness
The Duchess of Cambridge suffered a setback in her recovery from severe pregnancy sickness when her condition deteriorated on Sunday. The Duchess, who spent three nights in hospital last week being treated for hyperemesis gravidarum, took a turn for the worse as she spent the weekend at Kensington Palace. The Duke of Cambridge pulled out of an ... Full story
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