Refugee crisis: David Miliband on Syrians in UK
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Refugee crisis: David Miliband on Syrians in UK

Former Foreign Secretary, now head of the International Rescue committee – David Miliband, on Syrians…

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Mhairi Black and Chris Philp on pensions for women
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Mhairi Black and Chris Philp on pensions for women

The SNP MP Mhairi Black, who sits on the Work and pensions select committee, and…

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John Cale on David Bowie and Donald Trump
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John Cale on David Bowie and Donald Trump

Like his friend, David Bowie, he has been reinventing rock music for nearly half a…

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HSBC Saudi hired staff with unaccredited degrees
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HSBC Saudi hired staff with unaccredited degrees

An investigation by Channel 4 News has discovered that some staff at HSBC’s Saudi division…

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Bernie Sanders comes close in Iowa
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Bernie Sanders comes close in Iowa

Hillary Clinton, once thought to be the runaway favourite, only just squeaked home ahead of…

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Donald Rumsfeld on Donald Trump, Iraq and solitaire
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Donald Rumsfeld on Donald Trump, Iraq and solitaire

From politics and war to mobile games – former US Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, is…

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Can Pakistan defeat the Taliban in its own war on terror?
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Can Pakistan defeat the Taliban in its own war on terror?

Extremists in the very heart of Pakistan’s capital are calling for the overthrow of the…

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Fighting the Pakistan Taliban: Lt General Asim Bajwa interview
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Fighting the Pakistan Taliban: Lt General Asim Bajwa interview

Pakistan Army Lt General Asim Bajwa speaks to our Asia Correspondent Jonathan Miller about the…

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#RhodesMustFall: New pressure from supporters
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#RhodesMustFall: New pressure from supporters

That group has sprung up at Oxford’s Oriel College, in protest at the presence of…

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Refugee crisis: What has changed?
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Refugee crisis: What has changed?

Tentative peace talks have begun in Geneva, while – on Thursday – London will play…

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