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Policy Exchange said a poll it commissioned from YouGov found more than two-thirds of people would support capping child benefit at four children. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Child benefit should be limited to four children per household and
Murdo MacLeod Residents of the parliamentary constituency of Hodge Hill are feeling more financial pressure than anywhere else in the UK, according to the results of a new mapping project by Which? The consumer organisation polled 6,300 people
Nick Clegg speaks at Bloomberg's central London headquarters on June 9, 2014...Tomorrow's Daily Mirror leads on the news that Nick Clegg is calling for the bedroom tax to be scrapped. Even by Lib Dem standards, it's a dramatic U-turn that abandons
Esther McVey, one of three new Tory women promoted to cabinet. Photograph: Guy Corbishley/Demotix/Corbis Quite rightly, the appearance of the rampaging hordes of women whom David Cameron has promoted has been criticised...What are these "new girls"
Angry Conservative peers led protests today over David Cameron's failure to make the new Leader of the House of Lords a full member of the Cabinet. Baroness Stowell of Beeston's promotion had already sparked controversy when it emerged she would
Media playback is unsupported on your device PMQs: Robinson and MPs on Cameron v Miliband 16 July 2014 Last updated at 13:51 BST Nick Robinson and MPs review the cabinet reshuffle with a look at Game of Thrones similarities and talk about the economy.
House of Lords to consider emergency data laws The House of Lords is to debate the government's emergency legislation giving the security services access to people's phone and internet records...Conservative MP David Davis said the timetable was "
A former Metropolitan Police detective was removed from his post in an investigation into alleged child sex abuse after revealing politicians were suspects, he has claimed. Clive Driscoll, a Detective Chief Inspector who has since retired, told BBC's
He has promised to try to renegotiate Britain's European Union ties before holding a membership referendum in 2017 if he wins next year's national vote. "It's certainly a Eurosceptic cabinet, but the country is Eurosceptic now. We think Europe has
Getty What do Alex Salmond and Nigel Farage have in common? Answer: they both believe that by walking away from a family of nations working together they become stronger and more independent. The attitudes and language of both men in this respect are