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Leaked document shows that the Chancellor wants to slash support for people too ill to work.
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The commemoration was marred by competing protests for and against the proposed Muslim community cen
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Although 1.4 million people face four-figure repayments, UK's top tax man says there was no blunder.
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Taxpayers’ Alliance seizes on uncertainty in the coalition to press for a grass-roots right-wing mov
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Fear of a return to the 1980s has prevented an open debate on nuclear weapons.
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Sky News presenter clashes with Labour MP over phone-hacking saga.
“Understanding Islam” is a very welcome new initiative from the Coexist Foundation.
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Freedoms of speech do not excuse giving the largest soapbox to the most egregious orator.
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Damian Green appears to water down the pledge, saying that child detention will be “minimised”.
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