With a general election on the horizon for 2015, David Cameron and Nick Clegg set out to define their positions on immigration, certainly with an eye on UKIP for David Cameron.
"UKIP’s surge in May’s European elections has spooked all the mainstream parties, but particularly the Lib Dems, who were reduced to a single seat. With growing concern that his party could be all but wiped out in the next national election, Clegg will mimic the UKIP formula, saying more needs to be done on migration from Europe."
Calais immigration chief's plans to solve border crisis? Free ferry tickets to Britain and move the French boundary to Dover
As governments commemorate the centenary of World War I, many see similarities with today's conflicts. The Guardian newspaper has a series of articles regarding the many issues that started the war then and lessons for today.