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Letters to the editor in this week’s Bucks Herald newspaper includes: WAR GAMES It was extraordinary to think of “celebrating” the outbreak of any war - and certainly not with a fair and fun and...
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Aylesbury Vale District Council
British national killed in Syria
An 18-year-old British national operating alongside militants against the Syrian government has been killed. Abdullah Deghayes went to Syria via Turkey in February despite discontent of his...
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Wales says no to Scottish independence: our exclu...
A huge majority of Welsh people do not want Scotland to vote for independence and think it would be bad for Wales, the results of an exclusive poll have revealed. The results of the YouGov survey,...
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Government set to debate scam job ads in wakes of...
Senior MPs have pledged to debate fraudulent job adverts on government websites and in job centres after the ECHO revealed an alleged £34,000-a-year counselling scam. Representatives are to demand...
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Work and Pensions Select Committee
Fran O'Sullivan: Collins row a distraction from t...
It's hard to believe Judith Colins did not discuss NZ's dairy trade at the dinner. Photo / Mark Mitchell Opposition politicians are sinking their fangs into Judith Collins over the Oravida affair,...
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Ministry for Primary Industries
Enhanced Interrogation Mastermind: 'I'm Just A Gu...
Dr James Elmer Mitchell has been called a war criminal and a torturer. He has been the subject of an ethics complaint, and his methods have been criticized in reports by two congressional committees...
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Central Intelligence Agency
Bungoma Roads Chief Probe to Go Ahead
Embattled Bungoma roads boss Stephen Nendela with lawyer Henry Makhakara consult during the court proceedings A Bungoma court has allowed the assembly committee investigating sacked Roads executive...
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Hampstead mother’s campaign to change law on dome...
Hampstead mother’s campaign to change law on domestic violence reaches United NationsRashida Manjoo, UN Special Rapporteur on violence against women. UN Photo / Jean-Marc Ferré A mother’s campaign to...
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Crown Prosecution Service
Report Exposes Rot in NFA
The National Forestry Authority (NFA) is sitting on a report implicating senior officials in the mismanagement of a $40 million World Bank-funded project, The Observer has learnt. The value-for-money...
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Global unions applaud NZ ‘slave ships’ progress
Global unions applaud NZ ‘slave ships’ progressFriday, 18 April 2014, 11:34 amPress Release: Joint Press Release Global unions applaud NZ ‘slave ships’ progressGlobal unions the ITF (International...
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New Zealand parliament
Bus subsidies cut 'by up to 55%' « Shropshire Star
Freedom of information (FOI) requests by former Cabinet minister Hilary Benn found that bus services across shire counties and unitary authorities had seen their grants cut by an average of 23% and...
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Suffolk County Council
Mitch McConnell's Role in 1995 Bob Packwood Sexua...
From the Archives: McConnell’s Role in Packwood Probe McConnell campaigns back home over the April recess. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call) Former Sen. Bob Packwood’s sexual harassment scandal has...
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Voters say Obama covering up on Benghazi, want Co...
Sept. 11, 2012: The U.S. Consulate in Benghazi is seen in flames during a terrorist attack that claimed the lives of four Americans.Reuters Most voters think the White House is trying to cover-up...
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MP facing complaint over donations « Shropshire S...
The office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards today confirmed it had received a letter of complaint on Charlotte Leslie. A spokeswoman for the independent officer, Kathryn Hudson, said...
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House of Commons
House Of Commons To Debate Second Reading Of High...
The Bill confers the powers required to construct phase 1 of the proposed HS2 scheme from London Euston to Birmingham Curzon Street with intermediate stations in West London (Old Oak Common) and at...
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State budget panel approves $50 million package o...
AUGUSTA — Maine voters could be asked to approve $50 million worth of bonds at the ballot box this November, if all the proposals by state leaders from both parties survive upcoming votes in the...
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Ken Costa: We’ve had the fall, now it’s time for ...
During the past five years, post-crash, there has been a significant shift in the attitude and practice of the City. And it has been values driven. As Easter follows Good Friday, there are...
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TIMELINE - The Co-operative Group
The Co-operative TIMELINE Rochdale Pioneers Society is established. The group has eight ‘Rochdale rules’, including distributing a share of profits according to purchases that came to be known as...
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Anti-corruption laws for sport on the way
New Zealand is set to take a major step forward in the fight against corruption in sport - just in time for next year's Cricket World Cup. 3 News understands a number of proposals will soon be put...
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Fracking Freak-Out Justified?
The boogeyman of oil extraction — hydraulic fracturing, better known as “fracking” — was the subject of a public hearing put on by the Assembly
on Coastal Protection last Friday....
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