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Jack Letts stripped of British citizenship
"He's in a legal black hole": John Letts and Sally Lane have condemned the Home Office decision to strip their son Jack of his British citizenship, saying they are shocked that the government would | 18 Aug 2019, 18:06
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Hong Kong divided: clashes continue on eleventh week of protests
It was a tale of two cities in Hong Kong today. 17 Aug 2019, 18:04
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Psychoanalyst puts Brexit Britain on the couch. Part 3: Lewes
Fear, loathing and frustration over Britain's departure from the EU have created fault lines throughout the country. 16 Aug 2019, 18:51
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Police officer killed while investigating burglary
The police officer who was killed while attending reports of a burglary late last night was dragged along by a vehicle, Thames Valley police have said. 16 Aug 2019, 18:49
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Hong Kong: Calls for Britain to take stance on crisis
Hong Kong is braced for another weekend of trouble as China's paramilitary police force watches from the border - and the former head of Hong Kong's civil service said that Britain should do more. 16 Aug 2019, 18:43
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Met Police decided against 'full' Epstein trafficking investigation
Channel 4 News can reveal that the Metropolitan Police began a review of "available evidence" in 2015 after receiving a complaint over claims in court papers that a girl was "forced to have sex with | 16 Aug 2019, 18:31
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Government’s chicken shop knife crime campaign branded ‘borderline racist’
A new anti-knife crime campaign by the government has met fierce criticism – being variously described as “embarrassing”, “stupid” and “borderline racist.” (Subscribe | 16 Aug 2019, 15:24
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Hong Kong protests: China sends paramilitary police to the border
Donald Trump has urged the Chinese President to personally meet with protestors in Hong Kong, after weeks of violent clashes between the police and demonstrators calling for democratic reforms. 15 Aug 2019, 18:45
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Could Corbyn lead anti-No Deal Brexit government?
Less than a day after Jeremy Corbyn sent his proposal to opposition parties - it has already hit trouble. 15 Aug 2019, 18:28
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50 Years on from the Troubles – many fear a return to violence
Today marked 50 years since the event which started the Troubles in Northern Ireland as British troops were deployed on the streets to quell violence between the Catholic community and the Royal | 14 Aug 2019, 19:29
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Greta Thunberg speaks as she sets sail for U.S. climate summit
The teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has set sail from Plymouth on board an eco-friendly yacht, bound for UN summits on global warming in New York and Chile. 14 Aug 2019, 18:54
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PM ‘deliberately wrecking’ chances of a Brexit deal – former chancellor
After three weeks unchallenged its time to bust some myths, said Philip Hammond. No Deal isn't what people voted for and it will be painful. 14 Aug 2019, 18:21
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Sarfraz Manzoor on the power of film, Bruce Springsteen and fighting class entitlement
Sarfraz Manzoor is a British writer, journalist, documentary maker, and broadcaster. 14 Aug 2019, 10:01
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Psychoanalyst puts Brexit Britain on the couch. Part 2: Former Conservative minister Nick Boles
With both sides of the Brexit debate feeling traumatised by a loss of faith in government, we wanted to understand why so many people and politicians are experiencing such despair over Brexit. 13 Aug 2019, 18:57
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New Cambridge University harassment allegations
British universities have been plagued by controversy over how they handle allegations of sexual misconduct made by students. 13 Aug 2019, 18:46
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Boris Johnson announces spending boost for prisons
The Prime Minister has announced another spending boost for the justice system, with a hundred million pounds promised to improve prison security. 13 Aug 2019, 18:33
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Hong Kong: Violent clashes paralyse airport for second day
Hong Kong airport is once again paralysed by protesters who want to see their freedoms protected. Freedoms that they were promised over 20 years ago, when the UK handed Hong Kong back to China. 13 Aug 2019, 18:21
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The War on Plastic isn’t working – recycling myths exposed
There’s a war on plastic – government around the world are trying to cut the amount we use it. But does the science make sense? 13 Aug 2019, 13:51
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How climate change is melting Greenland
We know it is the most northerly village in Greenland - many say in the world. 12 Aug 2019, 18:42
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Protesters bring Hong Kong airport to standstill
All flights had to be cancelled as crowds of protesters occupied Hong Kong's main air terminal, bringing it to a standstill. 12 Aug 2019, 18:37
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Jeffrey Epstein: FBI launches investigation into death amid growing conspiracy theories
The FBI has opened a formal investigation into the death of the US financier Jeffrey Epstein, who's thought to have taken his own life while being held on sex trafficking charges. 11 Aug 2019, 17:47
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UK powercut explained: National Grid admits ‘lessons to learn’ after blackout
The National Grid has promised to 'learn lessons' from yesterday's power cut, which brought transport chaos to much of the country, and almost a million customers were left without power. 10 Aug 2019, 17:48
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Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein found dead in cell awaiting trial
The disgraced American financier Jeffrey Epstein is reported to have killed himself inside his prison cell in Manhattan, where he was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. 10 Aug 2019, 17:42
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Debate: Does Boris Johnson have a popularity problem with women?
The Prime Minister describes himself as a feminist. But a new survey from Datapoll suggests women are more likely to describe Boris Johnson in negative terms. 9 Aug 2019, 19:02
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Brexit ‘volatility’ blamed as UK economy shrinks for first time since 2012
The British economy has shrunk for the first time since 2012. GDP dropped by 0.2 per cent in the second quarter of, a fall blamed on 'increased volatility' about Brexit. 9 Aug 2019, 18:30
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Massive power cut across UK affects homes, businesses and transport networks
Transport and communications infrastructure, homes and businesses suffered power cuts this evening in large parts of the country. 9 Aug 2019, 18:22
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Psychoanalyst puts Brexit Britain on the couch. Part 1: Grimsby
It hasn't been dubbed the Brexit breakdown for nothing. The fear, the loathing and the anger over our exit from the EU have cut deep. 8 Aug 2019, 19:04
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Kashmir communications blackout - but India PM Modi pledges ‘bright future’
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised a bright new future for the state of Kashmir that he's had in total lockdown for the past four days. 8 Aug 2019, 18:36
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How climate crisis threatens world’s food supply and land
Climate change is degrading the very land we depend on to sustain human life. 8 Aug 2019, 18:20
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Police break down door of Bahrain Embassy in UK after roof protester ‘threatened’
Moosa Mohammed was so keen to protest the imminent execution of two men in Bahrain last month that he climbed onto the roof of the Bahraini embassy in London to unfurl a banner. 7 Aug 2019, 18:44
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