The UK is closing in on a deal that would allow it to deny in-work benefits to workers from other parts of the EU for up to four years, the BBC is told.
Source: EU referendum: UK ‘closes in on EU in-work benefits deal’ – BBC News
The Prime Minister blasts Jeremy Corbyn on his opposition to Trident and suggests that Imams in Britain should be speaking English
Source: David Cameron: Jeremy Corbyn is a risk to national security and will take Britain back the 1970s- PMQs live – Telegraph
British bomb and missile exports to Saudi Arabia have increased by 11,000 per cent from £9 million to £1 billion over three months last year.
Source: David Cameron accused of silently taking Britain into Saudi Arabia’s brutal war in Yemen | UK Politics | News | The Independent
David Cameron has said he backs the right for UK schools to prevent Muslim girls from wearing veils in the classroom. The Prime Minister said he would support “proper and sensible rules”, which may require people to show their faces in some circumstances, but did not advocate a nation-wide ban on full-face coverings. Mr Cameron made the comments as he announced a number of new measures aiming to tackle radicalisation and segregation in British Muslim communities.
Source: David Cameron supports removal of Muslim veils in schools | UK Politics | News | The Independent
Labour leader suggests submarines without warheads to protect defence jobs while maintaining his stance on disarmament
Source: Jeremy Corbyn hints at no-nuke subs in Trident compromise | Politics | The Guardian
Martin Lewis, founder of the MoneySavingExpert site, has written a damning open letter to David Cameron, voicing his concern over the legality of the government retrospectively changing the terms of s
Source: Martin Lewis Writes A Damning Open Letter To David Cameron Over Retrospective Student Loans Hike
Labour MP Kate Hoey has hit out at plans to flatten Arup Associates’ 10-year-old Vauxhall bus station
Source: MP slams plans to demolish Arup Associates’ Vauxhall bus station | News | Architects Journal
The Labour Party needs a “period of calm” in the wake of resignations during Jeremy Corbyn’s cabinet reshuffle, shadow justice secretary Lord Falconer says.
Source: Labour ‘needs a period of calm’, Lord Falconer says – BBC News
David Cameron says he is “hopeful” of reaching a deal with European leaders in February, with the UK’s EU referendum to follow.
Source: EU referendum: David Cameron ‘hopeful’ of February deal – BBC News