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2014/04/21 01:12
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Surging stamp duty costs have helped to push the average expense of moving home to £8,248, a report has found. Collectively, UK home owners spent £6.6 billion on moving home last year, marking a 27%...
2014/04/21 01:12
2014/04/21 01:12
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2014/04/21 00:41
2014/04/21 00:41
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David Cameron's controversial claim that Britain is a "Christian country" risks sowing "alienation and division" in society, a group of leading public figures has warned. More than 50 writers,...
2014/04/21 00:38
2014/04/21 00:38
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Rates of malignant melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, are five times higher in the UK than they were in the 1970s, new figures show. More than 13,000 people are now developing the...
2014/04/21 00:27
2014/04/21 00:27
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Flood protection has been restored to over 100,000 homes damaged by extreme winter weather. The Environment Agency (EA) said it had repaired 350 flood defences to ensure protection for 115,000...
2014/04/21 00:27
2014/04/21 00:27
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A £450 million levy on the consumer credit industry should be used to create a "new generation" of affordable lenders to take on Britain's legal loan sharks, a leading think tank has said. A report...
2014/04/21 00:04
2014/04/21 00:04
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Legislation requiring companies to declare publicly who are their true owners is set to be included in the Queen's Speech in a crackdown on tax evasion and money laundering, Business Secretary Vince...
2014/04/20 23:49
2014/04/20 23:49
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Teachers are threatening to boycott the Government's new compulsory tests for four-year-olds, warning the move is "dangerous" to pupils' education. Ministers announced plans last month for children...
2014/04/14 08:49
2014/04/14 08:49
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David Cameron interrupted his Easter holiday to discuss the crisis in Ukraine in a sign of the growing concern about the actions of pro-Russian forces in the country. The Prime Minister, who is in...
2014/04/14 05:49
2014/04/14 05:49
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The Duchess of Cambridge was bowled over by her husband's performance on the cricket pitch. Kate was left grimacing in surprise when a demon delivery from William flashed inches from her face when...
2014/04/14 02:49
2014/04/14 02:49
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Trust in town halls is almost twice as high as in Parliament but most voters believe politicians at all levels in England are liars, research has found. Westminster's reputation is in the doldrums...
2014/04/14 02:49
2014/04/14 02:49
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The two men behind the National Theatre's success over the last decade said goodbye to the Southbank with a special award for outstanding achievement at the Olivier Awards - but were upstaged by a...
2014/04/14 02:49
2014/04/14 02:49
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Up to three new garden cities with at least 15,000 homes each will be built to tackle Britain's chronic housing shortage, Nick Clegg will say today. The Deputy Prime Minister will issue a " call to...
2014/04/14 01:38
2014/04/14 01:38
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Tragedies like the Mid Staffs scandal could be repeated unless there is a revolution in the way the public sector is run, a Commons committee has warned. MPs found managers are often in denial about...
2014/04/14 00:27
2014/04/14 00:27
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Millions of patients are going to be able to see their family doctors outside of work hours thanks to a new fund to extend GP opening times, the Prime Minister has announced. David Cameron said that...
2014/04/13 23:40
2014/04/13 23:40
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The "Olympics" of Irish dancing has opened in the presence of Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley and elite dancers from around the world. The 44th World Irish Dancing Championships in London is set to...
2014/04/07 08:49
2014/04/07 08:49
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All eyes were on Prince George when the royal baby arrived in New Zealand with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for their tour Down Under. William and Kate's son looked bright, happy and content as...
2014/04/07 02:50
2014/04/07 02:50
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Computer hackers are hiding child sexual abuse images in the websites of unknowing UK businesses, an internet watchdog has warned. Cyber criminals plant abuse images on innocent business and personal...
2014/04/07 02:49
2014/04/07 02:49
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An education minister will today endorse the chief inspector of schools' vision for more teaching in early years, and set out how the Government is making it easier for schools to expand...
2014/04/07 02:49
2014/04/07 02:49
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Building HS2 could lead to some plant species becoming endangered while emission savings from the high-speed rail scheme are likely to be "relatively small at best", according to a report by...
2014/04/07 02:49
2014/04/07 02:49
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The link between growth and ordinary families' finances has been "broken", as the proceeds of economic recovery disproportionately go to the rich and the rising cost of essentials hits middle-income...
2014/04/21 01:12
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