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Home Office insists letting EU workers into Britain is benefiting the economy

Govt defends EU worker policy

The government has defended its policy to allow eastern European citizens to work freely in the UK, after new research suggests many more have taken advantage of the offer than previously thought.

  • William Hague says the party must change

    Hague admits Tories must change

    The shadow foreign secretary, William Hague, has conceded that the Conservative party faces a new test after disappointing by-election results last week.

  • Margaret Beckett says EU constitution measures will not come in the back door

    EU treaty measures 'will not be cherry-picked'

    EU leaders are today expected to formally set themselves a 2008 deadline to decide on what to do with the draft constitution rejected by the Dutch and French next year.


    Last push for EU budget deal

    Tony Blair will today begin two days of talks with European leaders at Downing Street to try to secure their support for Britain's proposals for the EU budget.


    EU commissioner slams Britain's budget plans

    Britain's proposals for reforming the EU budget were last night dismissed by the European Commission president as "unacceptable" and "simply not realistic".

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