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article 31 October 2014 UK
Fiona Woolf quits as head of child abuse inquiry
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The head of the inquiry into child sex abuse resigns after concerns emerged over her links with former home secretary Lord Brittan.

article 31 October 2014 Politics
Britain's EU bill rises to £11.3bn - and Brussels wants more
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Official statistics show the UK's net contribution to the EU rose by £2.7bn to £11.3bn in 2013. The government says it will not hand over a further £1.7bn Brussels expects to be paid by 1 December.

article 31 October 2014 UK
More kids reach for help after Googling 'How to kill myself'
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Childline reports a significant rise in children at risk of suicide reaching out. The internet is hindering but also helping efforts to keep children safe.

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Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: what has the European Arrest Warrant ever done for us?

The government says the European Arrest Warrant makes Britain safer. But some MPs hate it. Who's right?

post 31 October 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Labour's by-election - but all three main parties are in despair

Labour has won the South Yorkshire crime commissioner by-election - but there is gloom among all three main parties about their general election prospects.

article 31 October 2014 UK
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Liam Dutton by Warmest Halloween on record for the UK

The UK has experienced its warmest Halloween on record, with the temperature soaring to 23.6C at Gravesend in Kent and Kew Gardens in London on Friday afternoon.

article 31 October 2014 World, Russia
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Milonov: 'Ban Apple chief from Russia for being gay'

Apple boss Tim Cook should be "banned for life" from Russia after coming out as gay and poses threats of "Ebola, Aids and gonorrhoea", says Vitaly Milonov, one of Russia's most prominent politicians.

article 31 October 2014 UK
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Know how many calories are in your glass of wine?

Are you eating a salad tonight and thinking of having a glass of wine? If so, you could be consuming the calorific equivalent of a doughnut or a hamburger.

article 31 October 2014 UK
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Do young black people stand a chance in Westminster?

A prominent black member of the Liberal Democrats resigns from the party, citing an alleged incident of "appalling racism", which he said was the last straw.

video 31 October 2014 World

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Two bodies found after fireworks blaze - video

The bodies of two people have been found following a blaze at a fireworks factory in Stafford. A 53-year-old man has been arrested.

article 31 October 2014 World
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Army chief takes charge in Burkina Faso after protests

Burkina Faso's armed forces chief General Honore Traore says that he has taken charge of the west African state after former president Blaise Compaore resigned.

article 31 October 2014 World, France
Who needs Halloween when real life is harrowing enough?
Who needs Halloween? The real world is scary enough

As the spectre of war, pestilence and economic hardship hangs over us, a commercialised autumn festival of horror may not be what we need right now.

post 30 October 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog The economic state of mind driving people towards Ukip

Great Yarmouth, flooded with holidaymakers in the half-term sun, is mainly white working class and increasingly Ukip. This is one of the UK Independence Party's target seats.

article 30 October 2014 UK
Support worker Angela Lawrence
Ciaran Jenkins by Sexual exploitation: 'it shouldn't be normal, but it is'

As Manchester teenagers tell Channel 4 News that sexual exploitation is all too commonplace in their life experience, support workers tell of their anger at the lack of urgency in tackling the issue.

video 30 October 2014 World, United States

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US nurse Kaci Hickox breaks Ebola quarantine - video

Kaci Hickox, the nurse is isolation for Ebola in the US, defies quarantine by going for a ride on her bicycle. She insists she is not a danger to the American public.

post 30 October 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog No state immunity for Jack Straw, MI5 and MI6 in rendition case

The government suffers a significant defeat in attempts to avoid a trial over allegations of complicity in the imprisonment, rendition and torture of a Libyan couple in 2004.

article 30 October 2014 World, United States
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On the frontline of America's heroin epidemic: interactive

What is life like in one of the most unlikely hotspots for heroin addiction in the United States - bucolic Vermont? Find out here with our immersive story.

article 30 October 2014 UK
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Ciaran Jenkins by 'We always hear stories of friends being sexually abused'

Three teenagers explain to Channel 4 News that sexual exploitation in Manchester is "the norm" and that it's spoken about openly amongst friends.

article 30 October 2014 World
News
Burkina Faso 'Black Spring' protests: parliament set ablaze

Anti-government protesters set fire to the parliament building in the capital of Burkina Faso, leading President Compaore to declare a state of emergency.

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