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Daily Telegraph
Bernard Hogan-Howe is overturning a basic principle of British justiceIt could be his own admission that allegations of establishment child abuse and
Bernard Hogan-Howe is overturning a basic principle of British justice
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
It could be his own admission that allegations of establishment child abuse and an alleged cover up of establishment child abuse had created an atmosphere that “if it wasn’t a moral panic, it was verging on one”. On that point at least he was... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Judge to review Met's handling of historical sex abuse probes Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has called in a former High Court judge to examine inv
Judge to review Met's handling of historical sex abuse probes
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has called in a former High Court judge to examine investigations involving non-recent abuse claims against public figures Controversial historical sex abuse... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Judge to review Met's handling of historical sex abuse probes « Shropshire StarEmbattled Scotland Yard boss Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has called in former High C
Judge to review Met's handling of historical sex abuse probes « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 2 days ago
Embattled Scotland Yard boss Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has called in former High Court judge Sir Richard Henriques to examine a number of investigations involving non-recent sexual claims against public figures. His force has faced fierce criticism... Read more
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birminghammail
Families seek answers over Birmingham pub bombingsThe Mulberry Bush pub at the foot of the Rotunda. That’s it from today’s Birmi
Families seek answers over Birmingham pub bombings
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
The Mulberry Bush pub at the foot of the Rotunda. That’s it from today’s Birmingham pub bombings live blog. Hope you found it informative. A new date for the resumption of the hearing has been set The inquest has been adjourned until April... Read more
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Daily Mail
How the Queen's cut-glass accent is slipping: Videos reveal the monarch has shifted her speech in recent years to sound mor
How the Queen's cut-glass accent is slipping
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
: Videos reveal the monarch has shifted her speech in recent years to sound more like one of us Analysis of Christmas messages reveals how 'Royal vowels' have shifted The Queen's accent has become more... Read more
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The New Statesman
In focusing on the famous few, we risk doing a disservice to all victims of child sexual abuseBack in the 1970s when relations between journalists and police were somewhat d
In focusing on the famous few, we risk doing a disservice to all victims of child sexual abuse
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
Back in the 1970s when relations between journalists and police were somewhat different to today a simple ritual would be carried out around the country at various times throughout the week. Reporters, eager for information for their regional... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Police kept inquiry into false VIP sex abuse claims open for a yearIt raises questions about the police’s inability to wind up cases based on spur
Police kept inquiry into false VIP sex abuse claims open for a year
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
It raises questions about the police’s inability to wind up cases based on spurious claims more quickly. Another complainant, known as Nick, claimed he had witnessed three murders and that he had been abused by a number of dignitaries including Lord... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe 'a dead man walking' over Lord Bramall 'shambles'Meanwhile Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, refused to confirm that Sir Berna
Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe 'a dead man walking' over Lord Bramall 'shambles'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Meanwhile Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, refused to confirm that Sir Bernard is to be given a year’s extension to his contract, which runs out in September. Operation Midland, an investigation into an alleged VIP paedophile ring and claims of... Read more
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Swissinfo
Brexit and the Swiss connection – a guideIt is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on
Brexit and the Swiss connection – a guide
Swissinfo / Posted 7 days ago
It is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on the website of the party requesting the content or the website of a third party. The framing of content from SWI swissinfo.ch is only allowed if it is unchanged, without... Read more
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Christian Today
The EU referendum explained: what's happening and how did we get here?Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is renegotiating a deal with the Europea
The EU referendum explained: what's happening and how did we get here?
Christian Today / Posted 7 days ago
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is renegotiating a deal with the European Union. 2016 could see one of the most seismic shifts in generations in British politics. Later this year, the people of the UK will be given the chance to vote on... Read more
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Evening Standard
Lord Bramall launches scathing attack on Met after abuse claimsLord Bramall today made a scathing attack on Scotland Yard, saying detectives l
Lord Bramall launches scathing attack on Met after abuse claims
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
Lord Bramall today made a scathing attack on Scotland Yard, saying detectives left him to clear his own name after he was wrongly accused of child sex offences. He called on the Met to review the way it handles claims of historical sex abuse and... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
; A man reported someone damaged (pulled up) pines he had planted.Note: All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement inc
; A man reported someone damaged (pulled up) pines he had planted.
Statesboro Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Note: All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement incident reports and arrest records, which are public records and available for review at any and all local law enforcement agencies. Not every arrest leads to a conviction.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
British earl missing since 1974 declared dead – againIt was a case that riveted the world: In 1974, a dashing British aristocrat and
British earl missing since 1974 declared dead – again
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
It was a case that riveted the world: In 1974, a dashing British aristocrat and army officer, known for his prowess at backgammon and bridge and his fondness for vodka martinis, powerboats and Aston Martin cars, vanished, after the bludgeoned body of... Read more
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express
Presidential elections 2016: God matters in the race for the White House In this country we’re embarrassed by any politician who mentions religion. In
Presidential elections 2016: God matters in the race for the White House
express / Posted 9 days ago
In this country we’re embarrassed by any politician who mentions religion. In the US – like Marco Rubio praying with his family here – you have to profess your faith to get... Read more
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This is West Country
When Market Street closed as Highbridge celebrated the high noon of the British EmpireLast week the town council’s Town Project’s Committee debated whether to hold s
When Market Street closed as Highbridge celebrated the high noon of the British Empire
This is West Country / Posted 9 days ago
Last week the town council’s Town Project’s Committee debated whether to hold some form of event to mark Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday. A bonfire, street party, fireworks display and other activities were mentioned by members of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Eurosceptics are running out of time to get their act togetherWell no, actually. In that speech he bemoaned Europe’s insularity, its lack of
Eurosceptics are running out of time to get their act together
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Well no, actually. In that speech he bemoaned Europe’s insularity, its lack of democratic accountability, its drift towards federalism and its excessive regulation. But he was also clear that his overwhelming personal preference was to remain in the... Read more
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Island Packet
How moon dust languished in a Downing Street cupboardIt was a space problem of sorts for the new British prime minister: Where to pu
How moon dust languished in a Downing Street cupboard
Island Packet / Posted 11 days ago
It was a space problem of sorts for the new British prime minister: Where to put the minuscule sample of the lunar dust that America’s Apollo 11 astronauts had scooped from the surface of the moon in their giant leap for mankind? The answer was a... Read more
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The New Statesman
There's still time for a government rethink on universal creditNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
There's still time for a government rethink on universal credit
The New Statesman / Posted 16 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improveNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improve
The New Statesman / Posted 16 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 16 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 16 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Leader: The Corbyn conundrumNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Leader: The Corbyn conundrum
The New Statesman / Posted 16 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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Scotsman
Aidan Smith: Perils of politicians in world of yoof culture It began with Red Wedge in 1986 but the latest incarnation of Labours pop-pick
Aidan Smith: Perils of politicians in world of yoof culture
Scotsman / Posted 17 days ago
It began with Red Wedge in 1986 but the latest incarnation of Labours pop-picking prowess #JC4PM, starring Charlotte Church is no less awkward for performers and politicos. Picture: Getty... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Former minister Lord Cecil Parkinson diesFormer Tory minister Lord Cecil Parkinson has died after a long battle with can
Former minister Lord Cecil Parkinson dies
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
Former Tory minister Lord Cecil Parkinson has died after a long battle with cancer, his family has announced. The Tory grandee served in a variety of senior posts in Margaret Thatcher's governments. A family spokesman said: "Cecil passed away on... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Former Tory cabinet minister Cecil Parkinson dies of cancer aged 84Ex-Tory cabinet minister and Thatcher favourite Cecil Parkinson has died after
Former Tory cabinet minister Cecil Parkinson dies of cancer aged 84
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
Ex-Tory cabinet minister and Thatcher favourite Cecil Parkinson has died after a long battle with cancer, his family announced today. But his career was overshadowed and all but destroyed by his affair with Sara Keays, his one-time... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Former Tory minister Cecil Parkinson dies aged 84 after cancer battle"We also salute his extraordinary commitment to British public life as a member
Former Tory minister Cecil Parkinson dies aged 84 after cancer battle
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
"We also salute his extraordinary commitment to British public life as a member of parliament, cabinet minister and peer - together with a distinguished career in business." Lord Parkinson was responsible for managing the 1983 Conservative Party... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Lord Bramall inquiry: How did police obtain search warrant for 'PR exercise', asks retired judgeThe former judge also challenged the Metropolitan Police to explain why it was
Lord Bramall inquiry: How did police obtain search warrant for 'PR exercise', asks retired judge
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
The former judge also challenged the Metropolitan Police to explain why it was necessary for 20 officers to “invade the residence of an elderly gentleman and his dying wife”. “How did the officers obtain a search warrant from a magistrate? What did... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon calls for Scotland Yard to make 'proper apology' over bogus sex abuse inquirySpeaking to The Sunday Times (£), Mr Fallon said: "Somebody, somewhere owes Lor
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon calls for Scotland Yard to make 'proper apology' over bogus sex abuse inquiry
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Speaking to The Sunday Times (£), Mr Fallon said: "Somebody, somewhere owes Lord Bramall a proper apology for a case that clearly was badly handed... Clearly he was mistreated extremely badly. "The case itself it seems to have been handled very... Read more
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express
Police hound a war hero yet ignore a toddler's death, blasts STEPHEN POLLARD THE contrast could hardly be starker. Met Police investigating Lord Bramall
Police hound a war hero yet ignore a toddler's death, blasts STEPHEN POLLARD
express / Posted 21 days ago
THE contrast could hardly be starker. Met Police investigating Lord Bramall finally admitted they had found no evidence of child abuse After limitless police hours were... Read more
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Daily Mirror
The famous predictions that turned out to be spectacularly wrongFor months before May 7, the pollsters predicted a much closer result and their
The famous predictions that turned out to be spectacularly wrong
Daily Mirror / Posted 24 days ago
For months before May 7, the pollsters predicted a much closer result and their spectacular failure prompted an inquiry amid claims it “distorted” the campaign. But it’s not the first time those in the know have got it wrong... “The telephone can’t... Read more
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heraldscotland
Glasgow teenager wins place at Oxford UniversityJack, from Gartharmlock, said: “I was surprised to get in. It still hasn’t sunk
Glasgow teenager wins place at Oxford University
heraldscotland / Posted 24 days ago
Jack, from Gartharmlock, said: “I was surprised to get in. It still hasn’t sunk in, I’m still surprised. “I’ve always been really interested in Modern Studies so this course seemed perfect - and I went for it." Jack took part in a summer internship... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Jack's journey from Garthamlock to OxfordA GLASGOW teenager is to become the first pupil from his school to go to Oxford
Jack's journey from Garthamlock to Oxford
EveningTimes Online / Posted 24 days ago
A GLASGOW teenager is to become the first pupil from his school to go to Oxford University. Jack Wands has secured a place as the prestigious institution to study Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) - following in the footsteps of prime... Read more
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Gazette News
Jeffrey Titford, the UK's first UKIP MEP, speaks on the brink of long-awaited EU referendumNOT a day goes by without another twist and turn in the political turmoil surro
Jeffrey Titford, the UK's first UKIP MEP, speaks on the brink of long-awaited EU referendum
Gazette News / Posted 25 days ago
NOT a day goes by without another twist and turn in the political turmoil surrounding the UK's membership of the EU. Prime Minister David Cameron is pitching for a new deal but if he is unsuccessful, he has promised to hold a referendum to let... Read more
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The New Statesman
Labour's thinking on Europe has to be about more than just "staying In"“We must build a kind of United States of Europe. In this way only will hundred
Labour's thinking on Europe has to be about more than just "staying In"
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
“We must build a kind of United States of Europe. In this way only will hundreds of millions of toilers be able to regain the simple joys and hopes which make life worth living.” Winston Churchill, the author of this grand European vision, did not... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Lord Bramall: How did police fall for these grotesque lies?His allegations – that he had witnessed three murders by a VIP paedophile ring
Lord Bramall: How did police fall for these grotesque lies?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
His allegations – that he had witnessed three murders by a VIP paedophile ring – led to simultaneous raids last March on the homes of Lord Bramall, Lord Brittan, the former home secretary, and Harvey Proctor, a former Conservative MP. “For a... Read more
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The New Statesman
Labour MPs move to reassert their position on the party's NECDavid Cameron has discovered the inner cities. It comes to all Tory leaders eve
Labour MPs move to reassert their position on the party's NEC
The New Statesman / Posted a month ago
David Cameron has discovered the inner cities. It comes to all Tory leaders eventually. Edward Heath had the Inner Areas Programme. Margaret Thatcher had a series of interventions – the Liverpool Garden Festival, the Task Forces after the riots in... Read more
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The New Statesman
David Cameron's rhetoric writes a big cheque - but the policy can't cash itDavid Cameron has discovered the inner cities. It comes to all Tory leaders eve
David Cameron's rhetoric writes a big cheque - but the policy can't cash it
The New Statesman / Posted a month ago
David Cameron has discovered the inner cities. It comes to all Tory leaders eventually. Edward Heath had the Inner Areas Programme. Margaret Thatcher had a series of interventions – the Liverpool Garden Festival, the Task Forces after the riots in... Read more

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