Last Governor of Hong Kong Chris patten on 20th Anniversary – Full interview
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Last Governor of Hong Kong Chris patten on 20th Anniversary – Full interview

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Alasdair McDonnell: “What we need here very badly is some adult politics”
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Alasdair McDonnell: “What we need here very badly is some adult politics”

“What we need here very badly is some adult politics” says former SDLP MP Alasdair…

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Great Britain & Hong Kong: 175 years through the lens
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Great Britain & Hong Kong: 175 years through the lens

‘Blairites’ rebel against Corbyn​ in Queen’s Speech single market vote
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‘Blairites’ rebel against Corbyn​ in Queen’s Speech single market vote

Political analyst Matt Turner​ speaks on The Labour Party​’s ‘Blairites’ rebelling against Jeremy Corbyn​ in…

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Sinn Féin & DUP​ miss deadline to restore power-sharing at Stormont
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Sinn Féin & DUP​ miss deadline to restore power-sharing at Stormont

Sinn Féin and Democratic Unionist Party​ missed yesterday’s 4pm deadline to restore power-sharing at Stormont…

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Nearly all major EU countries want their own referendum
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Nearly all major EU countries want their own referendum

Following the #Brexit vote, nearly all major EU countries now want their own referendum. Like…

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Brexit could cost EU up to 20 billion euros
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Brexit could cost EU up to 20 billion euros

#Brexit could leave the EU €20 billion out of pocket, leaving the rest of its…

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Councillor’s outrage at Grenfell Tower meeting banning press & former residents
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Councillor’s outrage at Grenfell Tower meeting banning press & former residents

Labour councillor’s outrage at #GrenfellTower meeting banning press & residents over fears of violence, calling…

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Labour MP Richard Burgon disappointed by passing of Queen’s Speech
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Labour MP Richard Burgon disappointed by passing of Queen’s Speech

The Labour Party​’s Richard Burgon MP​ says it’s “very disappointing” that the government’s “very thin”…

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How Gandhi’s last day was photographed – BBC News
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How Gandhi’s last day was photographed – BBC News

In the 1940s, French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson took the last photos of Gandhi before the…

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