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post 06 March 2015
Read more on FactCheck Does the growing migrant population give more than it takes?

Immigration is rarely out of the headlines. With Ukip making it a key election issue, David Cameron has had to sit up and take notice. Here are the facts.

article 30 January 2015 UK
On the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, the reputation of the
by Sir Winston Churchill: a great - but flawed - Briton

On the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, the reputation of the "greatest Briton" is once again being debated. What were his successes and failures?

article 09 January 2015 World, France
It is an unnerving coincidence: as Michel Houellebecq's controversial new novel was published on Wednesday, terrorists raided the offices of Charlie Habdo and murdered 12 people (Reuters)
by Michel Houellebecq: writer in the eye of the storm

It is an unnerving coincidence: as Michel Houellebecq's controversial new novel was published on Wednesday, terrorists raided the offices of Charlie Hebdo and murdered 12 people.

article 11 September 2014 UK
With the Scots offered further devolution in the hope of averting a yes vote in the independence referendum, English regions say they wantt more powers to tax and spend (Getty)
by #indyref: the English regions that want devolution too

With the Scots offered further devolution in the hope of averting a yes vote in the independence referendum, some English regions say they want more powers to tax and spend.

article 09 September 2014 UK, Scotland
An opinion poll showing a small majority in favour of Scottish independence led to a fall in the value of the pound and Scottish bank shares. A taste of things to come? (Getty)
by Scottish yes vote: what happens to the pound in your pocket?

An opinion poll showing a small majority in favour of Scottish independence led to a fall in the value of the pound and Scottish bank shares. A taste of things to come?

article 25 June 2014 World
Luis Suarez is in trouble again, accused of biting another player at the World Cup. It would not be the first time he has bared his fangs, so why does such a talented footballer behave like this? (R)
by 'Troubled' Suarez - what makes a star player go rogue?

Luis Suarez is facing yet another ban after being accused of biting an opponent at the World Cup. But what makes such a talented footballer bare his fangs for a bite?

article 27 May 2014 Politics
Nigel Farage likes being pictured with a pint in his hand, while his wife says he drinks too much. But the Ukip is not the only politician to enjoy a drink (Getty)
by How alcohol and politics mix in the corridors of power

Nigel Farage likes being pictured with a pint in his hand, while his wife says he drinks too much. But the Ukip leader is not the only politician to enjoy a drink.

article 23 May 2014 UK
You could be forgiven for thinking Ukip won the council elections. It didn't, but a strong showing from Nigel Farage's party has sent shockwaves through the Tories, Labour and Lib Dems (Getty)
by Local elections 2014 - the key questions

You could be forgiven for thinking Ukip won the council elections. It didn't, but a strong showing from Nigel Farage's party has sent shockwaves through the Tories, Labour and Liberal Democrats.

article 20 May 2014 World
With the number of so-called legal highs growing at an
by Legal highs: what you need to know

With the number of so-called legal highs growing at an "unprecedented" rate across the world, what are the most common types of these drugs and what dangers do they pose?