Neil Wallis – my phone hacking trial was ‘politically motivated’
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Neil Wallis – my phone hacking trial was ‘politically motivated’

Former News of the World Deputy Editor Neil Wallis was found not guilty of conspiring…

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Debt relief, deflation and the referendum that won’t go away. Paul Mason (episode 6)
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Debt relief, deflation and the referendum that won’t go away. Paul Mason (episode 6)

On Sunday, Greece votes. And if they vote ‘no’, they will face down the European…

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James Rhodes: music, abuse and redemption
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James Rhodes: music, abuse and redemption

Pianist James Rhodes has inspired thousands of survivors of sexual abuse to tell their own…

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Greek bailout crowdfund: understanding Athens’ financial dilemma
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Greek bailout crowdfund: understanding Athens’ financial dilemma

Over a million euro has been donated to an online fund to “bail out Greece”…

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Greek crisis: fearful pensioners await cash handouts
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Greek crisis: fearful pensioners await cash handouts

Queuing to receive their weekly pensions in cash, the worried elderly of Athens can’t be…

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England women face historic World Cup semi-final
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England women face historic World Cup semi-final

In the Women’s World Cup, England are in uncharted territory – facing a historic semi-final…

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‘British Schindler’ Nicholas Winton dies at 106
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‘British Schindler’ Nicholas Winton dies at 106

Sir Nicholas Winton, who was instrumental in rescuing almost 700 children headed for Nazi concentration…

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Is Greece any closer to a deal? Will Tsipras go to a referendum? Paul Mason (Episode 4)
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Is Greece any closer to a deal? Will Tsipras go to a referendum? Paul Mason (Episode 4)

Channel 4 News Economics editor Paul Mason updates the latest news from Greece.

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Has Alexis Tsipras given too much ground on Greek debt deal?  Paul Mason (Episode 3)
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Has Alexis Tsipras given too much ground on Greek debt deal? Paul Mason (Episode 3)

Greece misses its repayment deadline and the bailout funds are running short, forcing Alexis Tsipras…

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Hozier talks gay rights and vain social media users
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Hozier talks gay rights and vain social media users

“Every child grows up in a culture of passive homophobia… I grew very frustrated with…

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