EU citizens in UK barred from plebiscite

EU and Great Britain flag next to each other.

Only British, Irish and Commonwealth voters will be given ballots

Osborne considers official ‘Brexit’ study

Report could be similar to contentious papers on Scotland

Bank of England faces quiz over ‘Project Bookend’

Treasury committee wants to see Brexit contingency plans

Tories rule out making sackings easier

Sajid Javid rejects idea as party seeks to woo the workers

Food industry counters moves to cut sugar

Public Health England is soon to announce plans to tackle obesity

Protestors take part in a demonstration...Protestors take part in a demonstration calling for a referendum on the European Union (EU) Lisbon Treaty, outside the Houses of Parliament in central London, on February 27, 2008. AFP PHOTO/BEN STANSALL (Photo credit should read BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)
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Labour drops opposition to EU vote

Party says it will support Cameron’s bill to enable a referendum

UK councils unite over regional spending

W Midlands authorities hope to benefit from English devolution

HMRC seeks to challenge $1bn Littlewoods payout

Tax authority looks to Supreme Court in case over 30 years of VAT refunds

The bank of England, City of London.
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BoE mis-sends Brexit email to press

Officials confirm research into impact of EU departure

Scottish National party takes stewardship of two Commons committees

Nationalists gain sway over devolution and energy policy scrutiny

Mayoral hopefuls woo London

After Boris’s ‘juddering climax’, what next for the capital?

Passion will make case for Europe’s union

Scottish independence campaign showed need for more than facts

No ‘wall of love’ for Cameron at summit

European leaders warn UK PM against asking for too much too fast

Lone Scots Lib-Dem under fire over leaked memo

Sturgeon tells ex-Scottish secretary to consider position as MP

Steve Hilton: out of step Tory guru

‘Hiltonism’ fed off inability to grasp system he longed to control

No news is good news for spin chiefs

Ministers told to keep clear of airwaves for fear of political overload

Eric Pickles awarded knighthood

Ex-minister given consolation prize after losing job in cabinet

UK public finances improve in April

Deficit down to £6.8bn, £2.5bn lower than year ago

Cameron warns of long path to EU reform

PM says resolving ‘British question’ will benefit entire bloc

Paris attacks UK’s EU bank reform opt-out

Dry run in UK push for special treatment within single market


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