“No ISIS if we didn’t invade Iraq”: David Kilcullen interview
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“No ISIS if we didn’t invade Iraq”: David Kilcullen interview

David Kilcullen is a former counter-insurgency adviser to the US military in Iraq who helped…

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Sugar tax: should we have one?
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Sugar tax: should we have one?

Fatima Manji has been to Brighton, where a “sugar smart city” initiative includes a voluntary…

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Donald Trump set to sweep Super Tuesday
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Donald Trump set to sweep Super Tuesday

Today is Super Tuesday – the day in the American election calendar when at least…

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‘Jungle’ camp in Calais destroyed
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‘Jungle’ camp in Calais destroyed

Tear gas and water cannon used against refugees and migrants in Calais as the French…

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Afghan interpreters among “Jungle” refugees
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Afghan interpreters among “Jungle” refugees

They played a crucial role in helping British forces in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province – but…

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Bridge of Spies Oscar hopeful Matt Charman talks to Matt Frei
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Bridge of Spies Oscar hopeful Matt Charman talks to Matt Frei

One Oscar hopeful with a good chance of glory will be the British writer Matt…

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Corbyn joins thousands in anti-Trident rally in London
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Corbyn joins thousands in anti-Trident rally in London

Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters have gathered in central London today to take part in a…

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Calais migrant camp: French authorities begin clearout
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Calais migrant camp: French authorities begin clearout

A court has ruled that the southern part of the Calais migrant camp – housing…

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Dunkirk: First MSF emergency migrant shelters in France
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Dunkirk: First MSF emergency migrant shelters in France

Plans to clear a substantial part of the Calais migrant camp known as ‘the Jungle’…

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Just a quarter of Boris Johnson’s new homes on public land ‘affordable’
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Just a quarter of Boris Johnson’s new homes on public land ‘affordable’