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article 02 September 2014 UK, Spain
CPS to withdraw arrest warrant for Ashya King's parents
Ashya King with his mother

The Crown Prosecution Service is seeking to withdraw the arrest warrant for the parents of brain tumour patient Ashya King, a high court judge has been told.

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Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Should Ashya parents have carte blanche to decide?

A lot of emotion surrounds the case of Ashya King. But leaving emotions aside, should the British state give its citizens carte blanche to make medical decisions?

article 02 September 2014 UK
Theresa May: dereliction of duty in Rotherham
Theresa May

The home secretary says a new chair will be appointed "soon" to handle an overarching inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, as Labour suspends three Rotherham councillors.

article 02 September 2014 UK, Scotland
Poll shows rise in support for Scottish independence
Support for Scottish independence rises two weeks ahead of an historic referendum on leaving the UK, according to a new poll (Getty)

Support for Scottish independence rises two weeks ahead of an historic referendum on leaving the UK, according to a new poll.

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article 02 September 2014 World, India
Hazel Thompson gains access to a brothel in Mumbai, where trafficked girls are kept in cages like slaves to stop them running away - and only allowed out to have sex with customers.
Caged until 'broken': life for Mumbai's prostitutes

Channel 4 News gains exclusive access to brothels in Mumbai, where trafficked girls are kept in cages like slaves to stop them running away - and only allowed out to have sex with customers.

post 02 September 2014
Read more from Jackie Long on her blog It's been a long week in Rotherham

Not much has changed since last week's Rotherham child sex abuse report. But do we really need any more information before introducing meaningful change?

video 02 September 2014 Technology

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How phone users risk exposing themselves - video

After leaks of celebrity nudes exposed the downside of cloud-based image storage, Geoff White explains to how avoid the same thing happening to you.

video 02 September 2014 Liberia

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Ebola patient wrestled into ambulance - video

An Ebola patient who escaped quarantine in Monrovia, Liberia, was yesterday pictured being chased through a market by doctors in biohazard suits. Warning: some viewers may find the film disturbing.

article 02 September 2014 UK
Lunchtime at Salusbury Primary School, north west London (11 June, 2014)
Free lunches for under-7s - even if parents can afford it

Nick Clegg insists lunch is crucial for children to learn, as his universal free school meals scheme begins. But critics say the money is wasted on families who can afford to pay.

article 02 September 2014 UK
PC Carol Howard
Simon Israel by Met discrimination payout for Games 'poster girl'

The Metropolitan police issues a public apology for the first time, to a black female police officer who has been awarded nearly 40,000 in compensation for race and sexual discrimination.

post 02 September 2014
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Should Ashya parents have carte blanche to decide?

A lot of emotion surrounds the case of Ashya King. But leaving emotions aside, should the British state give its citizens carte blanche to make medical decisions?

video 02 September 2014 UK

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Boris Johnson: airport boss guided by Whitehall - video

Speaking after his airport plan was rejected, Boris Johnson tells Channel 4 News that Sir Howard Davies of the commission had been "guided" by the establishment, and that the public should decide.

article 02 September 2014 UK
Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson angry after airport 'island' rejected

Boris Johnson accuses the Airports Commission of setting back the debate on the capital's airport expansion by half a century, ahead of an announcement that plans for his new airport would be shelved.

video 01 September 2014 UK

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Ruzwana Bashir: 'Not victims, they're survivors' - video

Businesswoman Ruzwana Bashir kept quiet when she was abused in her home town. She later overcame her family's reluctance to take her abuser to court, and now calls on others to take legal action.

video 01 September 2014 UK

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Is the establishment a bad thing? - video

Owen Jones, Guardian columnist and Kate Maltby, journalist and academic, debate whether the establishment is a detriment to British society.

video 01 September 2014 UK

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You can't 'deprive people of their nationality' - video

Former attorney general Dominic Grieve tells Channel 4 News David Cameron's proposals to help tackle British jihadis fighting abroad aren't quite as easy to introduce as they might seem.

post 01 September 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: which treatment is best for Ashya King?

Doctors treating Ashya King have defended their decision not to send the five-year-old for proton beam therapy.

post 01 September 2014
Read more on Michael's blog New plebgate CCTV corroborates footage broadcast by C4

Scotland Yard today finally published their report into the plebgate affair, providing new information about how the leaks occurred and what happened.

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
New curriculum: what kids - and parents - can expect

Schoolchildren start a "tough" new curriculum this week, which will see five-year-olds learning computer programming and a foreign language made compulsory for children aged six.

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
New powers for police to seize terror suspects' passports

David Cameron tells parliament that police will have temporary new powers to seize passports of terror suspects at the UK border and to stop British-born suspected extremists from returning to the UK.

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Neighbours tell Chief Correspondent Alex Thomson that Ashya King’s family had religious placards in their vehicle and apartment, and didn’t get to know people living in the apartment complex outside the town of Estepona very well.

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