Foreign Office advises British tourists to leave Tunisia
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Foreign Office advises British tourists to leave Tunisia

Warning that a “further terrorist attack is highly likely”, the Foreign Office says tour operators…

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Children of Gaza: Jon Snow returns to meet victims of war
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Children of Gaza: Jon Snow returns to meet victims of war

Jon Snow returns to Gaza to find the girl with “panda eyes” whose image defined…

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Budget 2015: living wage ‘is a con’ says Liz Kendall
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Budget 2015: living wage ‘is a con’ says Liz Kendall

Liz Kendall, a candidate for the Labour leadership, is interviewed by Krishnan Guru-Murthy on what…

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Gaza one year on: Jon Snow finds the wreckage remains
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Gaza one year on: Jon Snow finds the wreckage remains

One year on, the children of Gaza still face suffering and trauma. Jon Snow has…

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Budget 2015: welfare cuts, tax breaks and a ‘living wage’
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Budget 2015: welfare cuts, tax breaks and a ‘living wage’

Chancellor George Osborne delivers the first Conservative budget for 19 years, promising to act for…

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Greece’s medically uninsured – the new underclass
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Greece’s medically uninsured – the new underclass

Medicine kept cool in a borrowed fridge from a bar – and open packets of…

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George Osborne family business’ £6m offshore deal
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George Osborne family business’ £6m offshore deal

Chancellor George Osborne’s family business made £6m in a property deal with a developer based…

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Griechenlandkrise: Matt Frei berichtet
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Griechenlandkrise: Matt Frei berichtet

Griechenlandkrise: ohne Entgiftung im Deutsch Griechischen Verhältnis kann es keine Losung in the Krise geben.

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Greece crisis: ‘truly frightening’ if no deal (Paul Mason Episode 14)
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Greece crisis: ‘truly frightening’ if no deal (Paul Mason Episode 14)

Channel 4 News economy editor Paul Mason reflects on the days events in Greece.

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7/7 bombings: are we safer than 10 years ago?
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7/7 bombings: are we safer than 10 years ago?

Professor John Tulloch was sitting just feet from Mohammed Siddique Khan when he detonated his…

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