Miliband attack claims ‘nonsense’

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Ed Miliband: “My focus is on the country” Ed Miliband has dismissed reports of unrest among Labour MPs over his leadership of the party as “nonsense”. Some backbenchers have told... Read More

‘Ethical duty’ to cut NHS waste

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By Adam Brimelow Health Correspondent, BBC News Doctors have an ethical duty to prevent waste in the NHS, argues a report by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. Its authors... Read More

Libyan cadet claims ‘poor treatment’

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By Lucy Manning Special Correspondent, BBC News Omar Al-Mukhtar spoke to the BBC about Bassingbourn Barracks A Libyan soldier has spoken to BBC News from the Cambridgeshire barracks at the... Read More

Republicans win control of US Senate

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Rajini Vaidyanathan looks back at how the night unfolded The Republicans have won control of the Senate in the US mid-term elections, increasing their power in the final two years... Read More

Overtime should count in holiday pay

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Workers have won a ground-breaking case at the Employment Appeal Tribunal to include overtime in holiday pay. This means some people working overtime could claim for additional holiday pay. Currently,... Read More

Baker quits as Home Office minister

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Mr Baker had clashed with Theresa May over UK drugs policies Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker has resigned as a home office minister, saying working in the department was like... Read More

Boy given life for murdering teacher

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Will Cornick killed Ann Maguire at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds A 16-year-old boy has been given a life sentence after he admitted murdering Leeds teacher Ann Maguire. Will... Read More

Briton in court over Hong Kong deaths

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Rurik Jutting was in handcuffs as he arrived at the court A 29-year-old British man accused of murdering two women in Hong Kong has been remanded in custody. Rurik Jutting... Read More

Merkel ‘would accept UK exit from EU’

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Angela Merkel is reported to have told David Cameron that she will not negotiate on EU migration Chancellor Angela Merkel would rather see the UK exit from the European Union... Read More

Virgin crash probe ‘may take a year’

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NTSB acting chairman Christopher Hart outlines the investigation process The investigation into the Virgin Galactic spacecraft crash in California’s Mojave Desert could take about a year, the head of the... Read More