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2014/07/28 08:49
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Around 150,000 people could see their pay increase in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to the SNP. The party has said it would set up a commission in an independent Scotland to...
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2014/07/28 01:12
2014/07/28 01:12
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MPs have raised concerns over Government plans to allow pesticide manufacturers to fund "critical" research examining the impact of their chemicals on bees. As part of the Government's draft...
2014/07/28 01:12
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The number of times GP surgeries in England are forced to turn away patients for appointments next year will pass the 50 million mark, new research predicts. Lack of investment is leading to an...
2014/07/27 23:49
2014/07/27 23:49
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The equivalent of the entire population of Glasgow passed through the city's main train station during the busiest day of Commonwealth Games action. 'Super Sunday' saw more more than 350,000...
2014/07/27 23:27
2014/07/27 23:27
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Community policing has disappeared "in all but name" in some areas as stretched teams are asked to cover the work of more than 9,000 axed colleagues, Labour will say. Shadow home secretary Yvette...
2014/07/21 17:49
2014/07/21 17:49
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Leaders of pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine have agreed to hand over the bodies of victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash, along with the plane's black boxes, and to allow international...
2014/07/21 02:49
2014/07/21 02:49
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A Libyan politician and his wife are appealing today against a High Court decision to throw out damages actions brought over their rendition to Tripoli. In December, Mr Justice Simon said the claims...
2014/07/21 02:49
2014/07/21 02:49
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Prime Minister David Cameron gave Benjamin Netanyahu his "strong support" for Israel's right to take "proportionate action" to defend itself. Mr Cameron spoke to his Israeli counterpart as the death...
2014/07/21 00:41
2014/07/21 00:41
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Teachers, doctors and social workers will be given extra training to identify and help girls who might be at risk of becoming victims of female genital mutilation (FGM). The measures will see new...
2014/07/21 00:20
2014/07/21 00:20
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Making lamb tastier to eat and growing new strawberries without soil are among research projects receiving a share of almost £18 million, Downing Street has announced. Fifteen UK-led projects will...
2014/07/20 23:04
2014/07/20 23:04
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House prices have surpassed their 2007 peak to stand at a new all-time average high of £188,903 across the UK in June, Nationwide has reported. London property values leapt by 25.8% year-on-year to...
2014/07/14 03:41
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A third of Alzheimer's cases are potentially preventable if people improve their lifestyles, according to a new study. Factors including a lack of exercise, smoking and a lack of education can all...
2014/07/14 00:20
2014/07/14 00:20
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Leading pensioners' and savers' campaigner Ros Altmann has been appointed by the Government as its new older workers' business champion. Dr Altmann, a former director-general of over-50s group Saga...
2014/07/14 00:20
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An initiative for volunteers to help humanitarian aid in Syria is launched today to deter young men and women from going to fight in the war ravaged country. The charity Syria Relief in Manchester is...
2014/07/13 23:49
2014/07/13 23:49
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The Church of England is being given a crucial second chance today to back the introduction of women bishops. Members of the Church's governing body, the General Synod, will be asked to give final...
2014/07/13 23:49
2014/07/13 23:49
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Britain and the United States have renewed calls for Russia to defuse the crisis in eastern Ukraine ahead of a meeting of European leaders. In a telephone call, David Cameron and US President Barack...
2014/07/07 02:37
2014/07/07 02:37
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A precious hoard of Roman and Late Iron Age coins has been discovered in a British cave where they have lain undisturbed for more than 2,000 years. The treasure trove was initially unearthed by a...
2014/07/07 00:37
2014/07/07 00:37
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David Cameron must back his words with "decisive and urgent action" to tackle the spectre of antibiotic resistance, a committee of MPs has said. Days after delivering a call to arms to defeat the...
2014/07/06 23:36
2014/07/06 23:36
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Nearly one in five Britons thinks the country became involved in the First World War to stop the rise of Nazi Germany, according to a survey. Eighteen per cent of those polled mistakenly believed the...
2014/07/06 23:12
2014/07/06 23:12
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Tea, TV and T-shirts are the top-ranked staples of modern life, according to Britons of all ages, a study has found. The three items, along with cars and fruit and vegetables, were voted by most...
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