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article 02 September 2015 UK
News
Rise in number of zero-hours workers

The number of workers on zero-hours contracts increases by almost a fifth to 744,000, amid Labour claims that the government is allowing a culture of job insecurity to spread.

article 02 September 2015
News
EU referendum: Eurosceptics welcome campaign rule changes

Changes to planned rules for campaigning the EU referendum will now prevent ministers using the machinery of government to campaign in the final weeks before the vote

article 02 September 2015 UK
UK sexual health clinic apologises after email mishap
UK sexual health clinic apologises after email mishap

A leading sexual health clinic in London has apologised after an email mistake led to the disclosure of the names of about 780 patients who had attended HIV services.

article 02 September 2015 World, Congo
Bosco Ntaganda
Congolese rebel Bosco Ntaganda faces war crime charges

The former Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda pleads not guilty to 18 charges of war crimes at the International Criminal Court today.

post 02 September 2015
Read more on Liam's blog A hurricane that has travelled into the future, sort of...

Former Hurricane Kilo, now Typhoon Kilo, spinning around in the Pacific Ocean, has achieved what can be considered no mean feat for a powerful storm of tropical origin.

article 02 September 2015 Hungary
News
Thousands of refugees stranded outside Budapest station

Refugees remain stranded outside the Hungarian capital's main train station as police prevent them from boarding trains to Austria and Germany.

article 02 September 2015 UK
News
'Refugees on train roofs' causes Eurostar disruption

Refugees climbing on top of trains at Calais on Tuesday night causes major travel disruption, leaving Eurostar passengers stranded.

post 01 September 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Labour leadership debate: a 'relaxed and confident' Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn takes steps that would massively solidify his position as leader and protect him against any coup attempts.

article 01 September 2015 Politics
Labour leadership hustings
Labour leadership hustings: the key moments

The four contenders clash over immigration, benefits cuts, "making excuses" for Vladimir Putin and the shadow of the Iraq war.

article 01 September 2015 UK, Turkey
Jake Hanrahan (Twitter)
British Vice News journalists charged with 'terror offences'

Two British journalists are charged with "working on behalf of a terrorist organisation" in Turkey.

article 01 September 2015 World, Syria
News
Satellite pictures: Isis destroy Roman-era temple

Satellite images have confirmed the Temple of Bel has been flattened by the so-called Islamic State.

article 01 September 2015 UK
News
Labour leadership hustings - watch live

Four Labour leadership candidates join Krishnan Guru-Murthy to debate key issues live in the Channel 4 News studio from 3.30pm.

post 01 September 2015
Read more on Liam's blog Summer 2015 weather: like or dislike?

With the calendar page flipping over into September, today marks the beginning of meteorological autumn. But just how bad was summer this year?

article 01 September 2015 World
News
Hundreds stopped from boarding trains in Budapest

Hundreds of migrants chant "Germany! Germany!" as they gather outside a train station in Budapest waiting to board trains to Austria and Germany.

post 31 August 2015
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Sanders time: why is America feeling the Bern?

Bernie Sanders, America's answer to Jeremy Corbyn, is giving Hillary Clinton a scare in the campaign to get the Democratic nomination for next years US presidential election.

article 31 August 2015 World, Ukraine
Clashes outside parliament in Kiev (Reuters)
National guardsman dies in Ukraine parliament clashes

A Ukrainian national guardsman dies and scores more are injured as grenades are thrown at a demonstration against concessions to pro-Russian separatists.

article 31 August 2015 Hungary
News
Migrant crisis: overcrowding stops Austria-bound train

Austrian Railways stop a train carrying hundreds of migrants on the Hungarian-Austrian border because of overcrowding.

article 31 August 2015 Culture
News
US horror film director Wes Craven dies

Hollywood film director Wes Craven, best known for his horror films A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Last House on the Left, and the Scream movies, dies aged 76.

article 31 August 2015 UK, Scotland
George Osborne at Faslane (Reuters)
Osborne: Corbyn and SNP would 'throw away' Trident

George Osborne announces a 500m investment in the Faslane submarine base, while warning that Labour left-wingers and Scottish nationalists want to scrap Britain's nuclear deterrent.

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