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video 28 November 2014 UK
Cameron tries to tackle migration issue

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David Cameron is expected to say that migrants must wait four years before claiming benefits. His speech follows the release of figures showing net migration has risen, despite his promise to cut it.

article 27 November 2014 UK
Andrew Mitchell loses 'plebgate' libel case
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The former Conservative chief whip says he is "bitterly disappointed" after a judge finds, on the balance of probability, he did use the word "pleb" during a row with Downing Street police in 2012.

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Read more from Jackie Long on her blog Who cares? Record numbers of children in care facing poor outcomes

It costs more to keep a child in care than the fees for Eton, but the average care leaver still faces poor educational achievement and higher rates of mental health problems or imprisonment.

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Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog At breakneck speed a new UK takes shape

As the deadline for proposals on devolving more powers to Scotland approached, ministers were busy trying to secure last-minute deals for their own spending departments

article 27 November 2014 UK, Australia
Cricket world in shock over death of Phil Hughes
Phil Hughes

Tributes pour in for Phillip Hughes, the Australia batsman struck on the head by a bouncer two days ago, after his death is announced.

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post 28 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog New powers for Scotland - but can they save Labour at the polls?

The SNP's message all day has been that there's less to the devolution deal than meets the eye. This afternoon they got support for that proposition from the former Labour First Minister Lord (Jack) M

video 27 November 2014 UK

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Abuse in care: 'a nightmare of pain in my mind for years'

As a child author Alex Wheatle was physically and sexually abused while in the care of Lambeth council. Although some of his abusers were jailed, no-one in the council was held accountable.

post 27 November 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Government relents over visas for stranded Gaza family

The government has backtracked over its refusal to allow a British Palestinian father's children evacuated from Gaza to settle in the UK.

post 27 November 2014
Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog Raw data lays bare supermarket chicken problem

As research finds unacceptable levels of a bug that causes food poisoning in supermarket chickens, safety experts advise customers to cook birds thoroughly to avoid problems.

video 27 November 2014 UK

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North Wales care home boss convicted of historic child abuse

John Allen, who ran children's homes in north Wales, has been convicted of more than 30 charges of abusing children housed in his care between 1968 and 1991.

video 27 November 2014 UK

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13 men convicted of grooming in Bristol - video

Thirteen young Somali men in Bristol have been convicted of grooming, raping and sexually exploiting young, vulnerable girls in the city over a period of months.

article 27 November 2014 UK
Andrew Lansley
Would you give Andrew Lansley the UN's top humanitarian job?

If Andrew Lansley were to submit a CV for the top humanitarian role at the UN - which David Cameron is nominating him for - what would he write under "relevant experience"?

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Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: do black Americans commit more crime?

Anti-police protests continue across America after the Michael Brown killing. But does the black community have tough questions to answer too?

article 27 November 2014 UK, Bulgaria
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Why is net migration rising?

New figures show 260,000 more people came into the UK than left in the year up to June 2014, shattering David Cameron's pledge to reduce the numbers to under 100,000. So what is the problem?

article 27 November 2014 UK
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'Scotland's destiny is back in their hands'

The Smith Commission recommendations appear to have reinvigorated many young Scots disillusioned after the referendum. Is Scotland back in control of its destiny?

post 27 November 2014
Read more from Jackie Long on her blog Who cares? Record numbers of children in care facing poor outcomes

It costs more to keep a child in care than the fees for Eton, but the average care leaver still faces poor educational achievement and higher rates of mental health issues or imprisonment.

post 27 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog At breakneck speed a new UK takes shape

As the deadline for proposals on devolving more powers to Scotland approached, ministers were busy trying to secure last-minute deals for their own spending departments.

article 27 November 2014 World, Afghanistan
Afghanistan
British and Afghan worker killed in embassy attack in Kabul

A British national and one Afghan working for the embassy were killed during an attack on a vehicle in Kabul, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Ferguson riots: the story, but not the whole story

America watches as anger in Ferguson continues to rage, and spreads to the other parts of the country - but are they getting the whole truth?

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog UN role for Cameron's mate Lansley would be 'appalling'

A chorus of concern is growing at the prospect of David Cameron's former Health Secretary, Andrew Lansley being put forward for a senior humanitarian role at the United Nations.

post 26 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Scottish Labour in despair

I've spent the afternoon taking the temperature of Labour MPs after their party's decision to back 100 per cent devolution of income tax to Holyrood. The temperature is at morgue chiller levels.

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Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri begin targeting Black Friday sales at major retailers overnight in a new tactic to vent their anger at a grand jury
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Kicking off their latest strategy inside a Walmart in another nearby suburb of St Louis, around 75 demonstrators protested peacefully, chanting “hands up, don’t shoot”, bemusing shoppers.

They dispersed peacefully when told to by a small group of police, moving on to a Target store where they staged a similar demonstration.

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The former owner of Rangers football club, Craig Whyte, has been arrested in Mexico. Two weeks ago an international arrest warrant was issued in connection with the investigation into the sale of the club in 2011.

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