Archive of 28 January 2014
Britain to take hundreds of the most needy refugees from Syria, as the government ends its opposition to the policy
Nigel Farage's attempts to distance Ukip from the extreme views of its members fall apart as a major party donor takes out an extraordinary newspaper advert describing homosexuality as an "abomination".
Vince Cable opens up a new gulf in the coalition government warning his party will not support George Osborne's plans for £30 billion more cuts in the next parliament.
Public support for Ed Ball's plan to reintroduce the 50p tax rate for top earners stands at 61%, despite several days of attacks from the media and business leaders.
Nigel Farage pledges to introduce a tough new vetting system to screen potential Ukip candidates, in a bid to strip out the more eccentric members of his party