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1 hr ago | BBC News

Hunt ticked off over A&E wait stats

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has been ticked off by the UK's statistics watchdog over claims about A&E waiting times in England.

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5 hrs ago | The Independent

Labour outspent every other political party during 2013, and still had millions left over

Andy McSmith is a senior reporter at The Independent. He has vast experience in political journalism and has also appeared on documentaries for BBC Radio 4. Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.

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Related Topix: Journalism, Labour Party (UK)

5 hrs ago | CNN

We must end this trade in weapons of war

Ukrainian protesters at the French ambassador's residence in Kiev, protesting sale of Mistral warships to Russia, July 14, 2014.

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Related Topix: World News, United Kingdom, Gloucestershire County, England, Opinion

6 hrs ago | Indy Media

Coalition Want to Raise Tuition Fees Again - Demo 19 Nov

We are all entitled to receive NHS treatment, schooling and higher education etc, because the VAT, National Insurance, Income Tax and Fuel and Road Tax that all of us and our families always paid, means we earned to the right to resources which are and always were ours by right.

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Related Topix: Tax

9 hrs ago | TheDay.Com

Foley targets cities in Malloy rematch

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley said Monday he's still crafting his urban agenda for Connecticut's cities, focusing on issues such as high unemployment, a large educational achievement gap and affordable housing needs.

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Related Topix: US News, New Britain, CT, Dan Malloy, US Governors

Mon Jul 28, 2014

Sunday Herald

Carmichael accused of hopes to strengthen Westminster ties

NICOLA Sturgeon has accused Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael of attempting to strengthen Westminster's "grip" on Scotland, after he suggested the UK Government should have a greater presence in Scotland following a No vote.

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The Independent

EU migrants will lose benefits after just three months under new Tory plans

Moves are designed to hammer home the message to new arrivals that they cannot expect to get 'something for nothing' Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.

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The Independent

Discrimination at work goes unpunished as women can't afford to sue

Employees who have been harassed, bullied or sacked as a result of their sex or gender now have to pay A 1,200 for their claim to be heard in an employment tribunal Emily Dugan is social affairs correspondent for The Independent, i and Independent on Sunday.

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The Baltimore Sun

Britain cuts EU migrants' access to welfare payments

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday set out new welfare rules to cut European migrants' access to social security payments, marking the latest in a string of British measures aimed at addressing voters' concerns over immigration.

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Related Topix: Personal Finance, Social Security

Scotsman.com

David Maddox: Public asking questions raises questions

ED MILIBAND likes to think of himself as a man of intellectual substance, as opposed to the image of Prime Minister David Cameron the PR man.

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IcNetwork

Head teachers warn: Wales' schools are 'in for tough time' as funding cuts bite

A leading education union has warned that "schools are in for a tough time" with rumours the Welsh Government is planning to "claw back" money that has already been allocated.

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Beaver Countian

Fracking push gets go-ahead across UK as ministers tighten safeguards

This article titled "Fracking push gets go-ahead across UK as ministers tighten safeguards" was written by Rowena Mason, political correspondent, for The Guardian on Sunday 27th July 2014 23.10 UTC Ministers will give the go-ahead on Monday for a big expansion of fracking across Britain that will allow drilling in national parks and other protected ... (more)

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Oil Change

Despite Half of UK to be Fracked, Energy Independence "Will Never Happen"

As so often in the past, where America leads, the UK obligingly and belligerently follows.

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Evening Times

Teenagers are being forgotten about in battle to secure votes

THEY say that people are confused during their teenage years and when it comes to this Independence Referendum in September that is certainly true.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

IcNetwork

The Welsh PM who never was... Michael Howard remains a big beast with ...

Michael Howard never won the keys to Downing St but the former student at Llanelli Grammar School still commands attention in the political arena.

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Related Topix: Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Carmarthenshire County, Wales, Opinion

Sunday Herald

Call for ringfencing of funds to mend potholes

Business groups are calling on the Scottish Government to allocate more cash for potholed local roads, following Chancellor George Osborne's creation of a 200 million emergency fund for road repairs across the UK.

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The Independent

Ken Clarke interview: 'Political leaders take too much notice of media noise'

From telling Thatcher it was time to resign to opposing the Iraq war, Ken Clarke has always been his own man.

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Sunday Herald

Falkirk suspends benefit top-ups as bedroom tax drains welfare budget

Falkirk Council has moved to suspend awards of Discretionary Housing Payments to housing benefit claimants struggling to pay their rents - but who have not been affected by the Westminster Government's controversial "spare room subsidy" policy.

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Hampshire Chronicle

Miliband urges public question time

Ed Miliband said inviting public critics to directly confront the country's political leader in Parliament would help re-engage citizens Ed Miliband said he wants to subject himself to a regular interrogation by ordinary voters at Westminster if he becomes prime minister.

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The Daily Record

Mail Opinion: The UK Government's refusal to properly police the ...

OKAY, just to be clear then, the A 132million in arms being sold by British firms to Russia are for clay pigeon shooting.

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Related Topix: Israel, Middle East, World News, Opinion

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