Police find 'no evidence' that officers lied in Plebgate row as Andrew Mitchell launches libel suit against The Sun for story that cost him his job Ex Tory Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell issued writ against The Sun yesterdayLawyer says it is to address 'campaign of vilification by the Sun against him'It was claimed he called police 'plebs' in spat as he left Downing St last year 'A number of potential actions being considered' against other newspapers 'Initial papers' regarding the row were passed to detectives yesterday . Those arrested include a 52-year-old from the DPG who was held on December 15 on suspicion of misconduct in public office and bailed until April
More than half of Britons would vote to pull out of EU: Euroscepticism has rocketed in just a decadeA poll has revealed 51 per cent of people questioned want to get out of EuropeJust 40 per cent said they wanted to stay inTen years ago a similar poll found we wanted to stay in Europe by a margin of 68 per cent to 19 per cent | UPDATED: 23:24 GMT, 26 December 2012 As it is revealed more than half of Britons would pull out of EU, David Cameron will finally make a speech setting out his vision for the UK's relationship with Europe Britain is becoming a more Eurosceptic country – with a majority saying they would vote to leave the EU. A poll has revealed that 51 per cent of respondents want to get out of Europe, against just 40 per cent who want to stay in. The survey represents a massive turnaround on a decade ago, when a similar poll found we wanted to stay in Europe by a margin of 68 per cent to 19 per cent
Now 40 Tories warn: Reform the snoopers' charter or we'll stage a full-scale revolt | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 21 December 2012 Controversial plans for a ‘snoopers’ charter’ were in turmoil last night after 40 Tory MPs threatened a full-scale revolt. They are demanding major changes to the Communications Bill, which currently would allow the monitoring of the public’s every phone call, email and internet click
Reality TV show Big Brother was most complained about programme of 2012 after 2,000 calls to Ofcom More than half were about Conor McIntyre's threats to housemate X Factor show where Carolynne Poole was kicked out is secondPhillip Schofield handing Prime Minister list of alleged Tory paedophiles third | UPDATED: 18:36 GMT, 18 December 2012 The bullying behaviour of a Big Brother housemate made the show the most complained about programme of the year. The Channel 5 show sparked 2,088 complaints to TV watchdog Ofcom throughout the 2012 series. And more than half concerned housemate Conor McIntyre's threatening remarks towards fellow contestant Deana Uppal.
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Top Tory minister dismisses 'fantasy' of Britain breaking away from Brussels but staying in single marketHome Office minister Damian Green uses major speech to ridicule 'fantastic vision' of EuroscepticsHe warns foreign investors would shun Britain if outside the EU | UPDATED: 12:40 GMT, 12 December 2012 Home Office minister Damian Green warned it is a 'fantasy' to think Britain could opt out of EU laws but still be part of the single market Hopes of Britain dismantling ties with the European Union to a simple common market are a ‘fantasy’ a senior Tory minister will claim today. Home Office minister Damian Green takes aim at Conservatives including Boris Johnson who believe Britain could opt out of almost all parts of the EU but retain access to the common market. The intervention is likely to escalate the turmoil in the Tory party over Europe, as David Cameron prepares to set out his plan for a referendum on Britain’s membership of the euro bloc
Tories turn up heat on Human Rights Act as seven former ministers call on Cameron to repeal the law | UPDATED: 01:44 GMT, 5 December 2012 Seven former ministers voted for the repeal of the Human Rights Act yesterday — as Tory MPs stepped up pressure on David Cameron to act on the issue.