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Daily News Brief – Wednesday 22nd October 2014

YouGov/Sun poll – Labour lead drops to one point: CON 32%, LAB 33%, LD 8%, UKIP 16%, GRN 5%

 

City A.M.

– Abbott Warning: Mansion tax will not save the NHS

– EU budget 2014: European commission set to warn five countries that their contributions breach new fiscal rules

 

Daily Mail

– Running battles between African mobs, riot police with tear gas, a teenage girl killed chasing a truck to get to Britain… Just another day on the Calais front line

– Staggering failure to deal with foreign criminals laid bare: They stroll into UK unchecked and commit new crimes before pleading their human rights to dodge deportation

– Five Britons A WEEK are flying out to join jihadis, says Met chief Bernard Hogan-Howe – and true figure may be higher as officers cannot keep watch on all routes

– Outspoken opponent of mass immigration Sir Andrew Green given seat in the House of Lords by David Cameron
The Express

– Farage defends Ukip’s new EU partnership

– Osborne pays price of wage squeeze

– Leading migration campaigner nominated for peerage

– Migrant criminals cost taxpayer over £1bn every year

 

Financial Times

– ‘Too little progress’ in removing foreign criminals, says NAO

– Liberal Democrat manifesto priorities leaked

– Rochester poll battle poised to define Tory war with Ukip

 

The Independent

– Former Labour minister Frank Field hits out at Ed Miliband for being soft on immigration

– Nick Clegg launches bid to win teachers back to the Lib Dem fold

– Senior Green Party politician Jenny Jones arrested at Occupy London

– Nigel Farage fined £200 for failing to declare donated office to elections watchdog

 

The Sun

– Ken Clarke: Ignore noisy bigots on Europe

– Labour back bumper VAT cut on UK holidays

– New head of Govt child abuse inquiry faces calls to quit​

 

The Telegraph

– George Osborne must stick to his guns on public spending

– The politics of poison is turning Britain into the nasty country

– Terrorists to be banned from running UK charities

– Failure to check foreign criminals ‘costing millions’

– Move out of your big homes and help society, minister tells over-55s

– The true(ish) story behind that Lib Dem leak

 

The Times

– Scandal of vanishing foreign criminals

– Juncker deals new blow as Cameron tries to close door

– Earn £55 if you diagnose dementia, doctors told

– We’ve lost respect for party leaders, say business chiefs

– Rise in assaults and suicides at overcrowded prisons — report

 

Events

– LONDON: David Cameron to chair meeting of extremism task force.
– 0930 LONDON: Education Secretary Nicky Morgan gives evidence to the Commons Education Committee on academies and free schools.
– 0950 LONDON: Nick Clegg speech on bureaucracy in schools.
– 1000 LONDON: Off- camera briefing ahead of the publication of the five-year forward view for the National Health Service in England.
– 1030 LONDON: Briefing on Universal Credit with Iain Duncan Smith and DWP officials.
– 1315: David Cameron bilateral meeting with President of Singapore.
– 1430 LONDON: The Chief Medical Officer, Dame Sally Davies, gives evidence to the Commons Health Committee on Ebola.
– 1500 LONDON: The Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee hearing on food security: demand, consumption and waste.

 

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