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2014/09/15 17:52
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There are likely to be more victims of a children's doctor who has pleaded guilty to a string of sex offences against boys as young as eight in his care , police have warned. Dr Myles Bradbury...
2014/09/15 17:52
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2014/09/15 04:27
2014/09/15 04:27
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David Cameron will today make a last-ditch trip north to urge Scots to vote No in the referendum and keep the United Kingdom together. The Prime Minister, who campaigned in Edinburgh last week, will...
2014/09/15 03:36
2014/09/15 03:36
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Prince Harry's 30th birthday celebrations began last night with a "beer" as he marked the end of his hugely successful Invictus Games. Harry, who has been the driving force behind the sporting event,...
2014/09/15 02:49
2014/09/15 02:49
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The brutal murder of one British aid worker and threat to kill a second will add urgency to efforts today to form a substantial international coalition to mount an assault on Islamic State (IS)...
2014/09/15 01:41
2014/09/15 01:41
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Hundreds of prisoners may have been sexually abused behind bars, campaigners have said, prompting calls for more to be done to tackle prison rape. An independent commission on sex in prison, set up...
2014/09/15 00:36
2014/09/15 00:36
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Households should be offered incentives such as stamp duty or council tax discounts for boosting energy efficiency, MPs have suggested. New incentives should be considered as the Government's...
2014/09/15 00:36
2014/09/15 00:36
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A new land classification should be introduced to boost h ousing supply and development opportunities, according to a new report. The creation of so-called a mberfield sites is vital to the UK's...
2014/09/15 00:02
2014/09/15 00:02
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Many heart attack patients are missing out on potentially life-saving aspects of care, a new study suggests. Researchers examined more than 100,000 heart attack victims and looked at whether or not...
2014/09/14 23:50
2014/09/14 23:50
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Phones 4u is to go into administration - placing more than 5,500 jobs at risk - after network operator EE joined Vodafone in cutting ties with the retailer. The company said its stores will be closed...
2014/09/12 06:51
2014/09/12 06:51
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The Russian government has refused to take part in a public inquiry into the death of poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko. The investigative committee of the Russian Federation (ICRF), a...
2014/09/08 02:49
2014/09/08 02:49
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Around 1.5 million children will have left primary school unable to "read well" by 2025 if urgent action is not taken to tackle the issue, according to research. It warns that progress in improving...
2014/09/01 01:27
2014/09/01 01:27
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Commons Speaker John Bercow will today face MPs for the first time since a row erupted over his recommended candidate for the post of clerk of the House. He will reportedly make a statement in the...
2014/09/01 01:27
2014/09/01 01:27
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Many people "simply do not know that children get cancer", research by a cancer charity has found. The lack of public awareness of the "devastating" impact that childhood cancer has on families...
2014/09/01 00:04
2014/09/01 00:04
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Eating less meat is "essential" to ensure future demand for food can be met and "dangerous" climate change avoided, experts have warned. A study by leading university researchers in Cambridge and...
2014/09/01 00:04
2014/09/01 00:04
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A child protection campaigner has warned that the sexual exploitation of youngsters is a much wider issue than had been acknowledged. Hilary Willmer, chair of trustees at the charity Parents Against...
2014/09/01 00:04
2014/09/01 00:04
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Vladimir Putin has called for talks over the crisis in eastern Ukraine as European Union leaders threatened a fresh wave of sanctions over the "unacceptable" incursion by troops from Russia into its...
2014/08/31 23:41
2014/08/31 23:41
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Thousands of knives, nearly 50 firearms and more than 100 replica guns have been seized at courts in England and Wales in the last two years, new figures have shown. Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunal...
2014/08/25 03:10
2014/08/25 03:10
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The stories of two soldiers from the north of Ireland who were both awarded the Victoria Cross in the First World War are to be commemorated and re-told as part of efforts to mark the centenary of the...
2014/08/25 02:27
2014/08/25 02:27
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The British public does not see international students as immigrants and are opposed to attempts to reduce their number in a bid to lower net immigration, according to a new study. The report...
2014/08/25 01:41
2014/08/25 01:41
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A Nobel Prize-winning economist has backed the Scottish Government's threat to renege on its proportion of the UK national debt if Westminster refuses to share the pound with an independent...
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