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Report on ‘alarming evidence’ of rising homelessness singles out UK for criticism while warning that one in 70 Athens residents are homeless.
Firmer link between contributions and receipts is on table as PM calls first cabinet meeting since summer break.
US, China, Japan, Germany, France and UK accommodate just 2.1 million refugees, according to Oxfam report.
Tory Brexit campaigner says he never made EU referendum pledge that appeared on official battlebus.
Labour leader has urged people to vote Remain to protect jobs and workers’ right.
European court of justice set to throw out challenge by European commission over right to residence requirement.
In first interview since resigning, former minister says PM and chancellor’s ‘arbitrary’ attempts to cut welfare risk dividing society.
Work and pensions secretary also accuses PM of talking down Britain in a sign of rising tensions at senior Tory levels over EU referendum.
As 28 EU members meet to agree a deal on the UK’s demands for EU reform, Labour leader brands whole renegotiation a ‘theatrical sideshow’.
Unemployment benefits in the UK are among the least generous in Europe, with only Switzerland and Ireland paying less.
Donald Tusk says leaders will have to go ‘extra mile’ to reach agreement as Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic revolt on eve of key summit.
Figures obtained by Guardian after six-month battle show only 84,000 EU migrant families claiming tax credits have lived in the UK for four years or less.
Text put forward by EU council president Donald Tusk contains measures relating to all four areas requested by David Cameron.
Prime minister pushing for change to rules allowing migrants to send payments back to their country of origin, but eastern European countries express concern.
Britain is willing to look at alternative measures to a four-year ban on access to in-work benefits, says Philip Hammond MP.
Prime minister is looking at whether ban on in-work benefits could also apply to Britons living abroad for four years or more.
Labour leader rejects policy set out in party manifesto for 2015 election and says all UK taxpayers should have access to benefits.
EU commissioner proposes block on claims for first six months, far cry from prime minister’s hopes for four-year exclusion.
Prime minister signals flexible stance over mooted four-year ban after meeting Polish PM and opposition from other EU states.
Work and pensions secretary raises possibility that ban on young migrants could be extended to UK citizens.
Study indicates stagnating incomes of the poor and middle classes could have been instrumental in the financial crisis.
PM to capitalise on majority with raft of legislation in Queen’s speech on 27 May including EU referendum and repeal of act by new justice secretary Michael Gove.
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