Jeremy Corbyn: could he bring SNP voters back to Labour?
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Jeremy Corbyn: could he bring SNP voters back to Labour?

Jeremy Corbyn attend a packed out rally in Scotland as he takes his campaign north…

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Chile: where all abortion is illegal
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Chile: where all abortion is illegal

Special report from Chile on the young girls who are forced to go through with…

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Jack Straw on Iraq, Chilcot and Jeremy Corbyn
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Jack Straw on Iraq, Chilcot and Jeremy Corbyn

Krishnan Guru-Murthy grills Jack Straw over the Labour leadership race and the long-awaited Chilcott inquiry…

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Running with the Wolfpack
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Running with the Wolfpack

Six brothers, who were kept locked in a New York apartment for decades and constructed…

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Kos migrants: the other crisis in Greece
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Kos migrants: the other crisis in Greece

The Greek Island Kos usually associated with package holidays is now in the spotlight because…

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Jeremy Corbyn: Diane Abbott and Ben Bradshaw debate Labour leadership
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Jeremy Corbyn: Diane Abbott and Ben Bradshaw debate Labour leadership

Jeremy Corbyn: Diane Abbott & Ben Bradshaw debate . Subscribe for more like this, every…

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‘An emergency’ for Colorado’s Navajo Nation: once a clear river, now it runs a luminous yellow
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‘An emergency’ for Colorado’s Navajo Nation: once a clear river, now it runs a luminous yellow

A toxic, environmental disaster in Colorado, and locals are outraged. Read more: http://www.channel4.com/news/navajo-nation-colorado-river-pollution-emergency Subscribe for…

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Silk Road founder: “the poster boy of the drug war?”
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Jeremy Corbyn: Owen Jones and Toby Young debate
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Jeremy Corbyn: Owen Jones and Toby Young debate

Owen Jones and Toby Young debate the rise – and the economic credentials – of…

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Archive 1982: Militant Tendency – entryists in Labour
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Archive 1982: Militant Tendency – entryists in Labour

Michael Crick looks at the ‘Military Tendency’ in 1982 as the Labour Party decide whether…

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