20 October 2014
The search is still on in Downing Street for a way to limit EU migration without needing to re-write the founding treaty of the EU which enshrines the principle of the freedom of movement of people.
Prime Minister David Cameron tells MPs the "buck stops with me" when it comes to deporting foreign criminals from the UK.
A legal challenge is launched into the choice of Fiona Woolf as the chair of the inquiry investigating historical child abuse as political pressure grows.
Tories in Brussels split over Juncker's Commission
Is Iain Duncan Smith giving the cabinet reasons to be cheerful?
Norman Smith asks what happened to pro-European Tories
How does a town that voted Yes in Scottish referendum feel now?
Spy chief's parting warning on online privacy
The 1970s Australian PM at centre of a constitutional crisis
Can migration be limited without need for new treaty?
What social media insults are against the law?
See how parties have been doing in opinion surveys
Coverage of European election results and reaction
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