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A campaigning Labour MP has warned that the Government looks as though it does not "want to get to the truth" about historic child abuse after Home Secretary Theresa May indicated that the troubled...
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2014/12/22 02:12
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Eleven English centres that will spearhead a genetic revolution in the NHS have been named. The Genomic Medicine Centres (GMC) are the heart of the 100,000 Genomes Project, a bold plan to map 100,000...
2014/12/22 01:49
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Apprentice candidate Mark Wright found he was Lord Sugar's Mr Right when he was told "You're hired" in the final of the show. Wright, 25, landed the all-important £250,000 investment in his digital...
2014/12/22 01:49
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Ambulance services said proposed changes to response times would benefit all patients as a row continued to rage over the plans. Labour attacked Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, demanding more...
2014/12/19 11:10
2014/12/19 11:10
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House prices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Southampton, Bristol and Birmingham have grown at a faster rate than those in London in recent months, property analyst Hometrack has reported. London property...
2014/12/15 04:04
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Prime Minister David Cameron will today launch a scheme offering 100,000 first-time buyers new homes with a 20% discount as part of the Government's drive to help people onto the housing...
2014/12/15 03:10
2014/12/15 03:10
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David Cameron will tell the leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland that it is time to concentrate on best using the powers they have rather than debating what more could be devolved. The...
2014/12/15 02:27
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Lewis Hamilton was a resounding winner of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award. Englishman Hamilton clinched his second Formula One world title last month after edging an often controversial...
2014/12/15 01:49
2014/12/15 01:49
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Workers on zero-hours contracts earn nearly £300 a week less than permanent employees, according to a new report. A study by the TUC showed that average weekly earnings for zero-hours workers are...
2014/12/15 01:49
2014/12/15 01:49
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This Christmas, two strangers will sit at opposite ends of England waiting for telephone calls. Father-of-three Choudry Mohammed Ikram, 49, from Leeds, has been waiting on his call for four years....
2014/12/10 17:10
2014/12/10 17:10
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Power has been restored to 27,000 homes as stormy conditions caused by a so-called "weather bomb" batter the country. Thousands of customers are still without power in the Highlands, Shetland and...
2014/12/08 02:50
2014/12/08 02:50
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A ban on building schools, hospitals and care homes next to air pollution hotspots must be introduced to help cut the tens of thousands of deaths estimated to have been caused by the "invisible...
2014/12/08 01:49
2014/12/08 01:49
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Company bosses should be held accountable for cold calls that plague consumers and make their lives a misery, a Government task force has recommended. More than one billion n uisance calls are...
2014/12/08 01:49
2014/12/08 01:49
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Police under-recording of crimes will become more widespread as the Government has focused too heavily on reducing crime levels at the expense of other targets, a former chief inspector has...
2014/12/08 01:49
2014/12/08 01:49
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Patients who suffer poor care "too often" face a defensive culture in the health service when they try to complain, according to a health watchdog. Half of those who did put in a complaint felt it...
2014/12/08 01:12
2014/12/08 01:12
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David Cameron has pledged to "lift our children's horizons and pull our country up in the world" through a major drive to boost British brainpower in mathematics, science and technology. Around...
2014/12/08 01:12
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Sherlock stars Andrew Scott and Benedict Cumberbatch were both championed at the Moet British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) tonight. Scott - famous for playing the Sherlock's nemesis Moriarty - was...
2014/12/08 00:42
2014/12/08 00:42
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted with cheers, screams and waves from New Yorkers as they arrived in the US for their three-day visit. William and Kate are making their first trip to the...
2014/12/08 00:42
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The Archbishop of Canterbury has revealed how he was left more shocked by the plight of Britain's hunger-stricken poor than suffering in African refugee camps. Food is being wasted at "astonishing"...
2014/12/01 16:57
2014/12/01 16:57
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Detectives are working to establish how many more children may have been abused by a doctor who has been jailed for 22 years for abusing boys in his care. Myles Bradbury, 41, from Herringswell,...
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