BMA critical of health service shake-up
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BMA critical of health service shake-up

The forthcoming shake-up of the NHS in England could undermine its “stability and future”, doctors’…

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Islamic veil ban in Dutch coalition deal
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Islamic veil ban in Dutch coalition deal

Brain Injury Turns Boozer Into Mr Perfect
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Brain Injury Turns Boozer Into Mr Perfect

A heavy drinker who was regularly verbally abusive has been transformed into a teetotal perfect…

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Water map shows billions at risk of ‘water insecurity’
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Water map shows billions at risk of ‘water insecurity’

About 80% of the world’s population lives in areas where the fresh water supply is…

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‘Space hotel’ plan unveiled in Russia
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‘Space hotel’ plan unveiled in Russia

A Russian company has unveiled an ambitious plan to launch a “cosmic hotel” for wealthy…

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Terror Plot To Attack European Cities Foiled
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Terror Plot To Attack European Cities Foiled

Intelligence agencies have intercepted a terror plot to launch Mumbai-style attacks on Britain and other…

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Labour Party Conference: Jack Straw says Labour must reach out to middle Britain
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Labour Party Conference: Jack Straw says Labour must reach out to middle Britain

Labour will only return to power if it responds to the concerns of middle Britain,…

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Top Obama Aide Nearing Decision to Leave White House
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Top Obama Aide Nearing Decision to Leave White House

U.S. news outlets say White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel will announce as soon…

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Malaysia to Sell Controversial Borneo Dam to Sarawak
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Malaysia to Sell Controversial Borneo Dam to Sarawak

The Malaysian government has agreed to sell its stake in a huge dam project on…

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Beaten Miliband: ‘Don’t Worry, I’ll Be Fine’
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Beaten Miliband: ‘Don’t Worry, I’ll Be Fine’

David Miliband spoke to the Labour Party conference for the first time since losing the…

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German labor minister defends welfare reforms
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German labor minister defends welfare reforms

German Labor Minister Ursula von der Leyen says that criticism of new welfare reforms, which…

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Your £96,000 bill for dusting the royal chandeliers: £1.5m spent on non-urgent jobs while Queen’s officials pleaded poverty
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Your £96,000 bill for dusting the royal chandeliers: £1.5m spent on non-urgent jobs while Queen’s officials pleaded poverty

The Queen’s officials spent more than £1.5million of taxpayers’ money on cosmetic improvements to her…

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Troops Honoured For ‘Courageous’ Rescue
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Troops Honoured For ‘Courageous’ Rescue

Two soldiers who leapt into a freezing canal to rescue an unconscious colleague hurled into…

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New Labour leader says he won’t be “Red Ed”
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New Labour leader says he won’t be “Red Ed”

Britain’s newly appointed opposition leader Ed Milibandinsisted Sunday he won’t force his Labour Party toward the political…

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US, Britain pledge long-term flood aid for Pakistan
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US, Britain pledge long-term flood aid for Pakistan

WASHINGTON: Vice President Joe Biden and visiting British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on Thursday…

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