Articles tagged with The Leveson Inquiry
by Grace-Anne Marius / 30 Nov 2012 14:43
Official estimates indicated that net immigration to the UK had fallen by a quarter over the past year. Good news for the government, which had taken a strong stance on immigration during the election campaign two years ago. Unfortunately for the coalition, the same report also highlighted that the UK Border Agency (UKBA) had failed to pick up on tip-offs it had received relating to individuals overstaying on student visas. Not
by Sadie Smith / 14 Jun 2012 10:44
Public inquiries have a tendency to bring out the worst in all the clowns involved in the Westminster circus.
Even the words “public inquiry” bring me out in the hives. At school, my 15-year-old self sat counting the minutes through interminable French lessons with the arch nemesis of every comprehensive pupil: the dreaded Tricolore textbook.
Well into my twenties I assumed on the basis of my classroom education that our continental