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article 05 August 2015 UK
Anjem Choudary charged
Anjem Choudary charged with terrorism offence

Radical preacher Anjem Choudray has been charged with inviting support for the so-called Islamic State group.

article 05 August 2015 World, Mexico
News
Guillermo Galdos by Ruben Espinosa: death of journalist 'sends clear message'

Photojournalist Ruben Espinosa was shot dead after seeking refuge in Mexico's capital. When I last saw him over a year ago, he was already worried about his safety.

article 05 August 2015 UK
Edward Heath
Edward Heath: 'brothel keeper' sparked abuse probe

The police watchdog is investigating whether a prosecution against a brothel keeper was dropped after she threatened to "expose" allegations of paedophilia against Sir Edward Heath.

post 05 August 2015
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy RBS share sale good for Osborne - but don't the public get a say?

You could argue that it's us the taxpayer - the people who bailed out RBS in the first place - that should have been given first dibs to buy the shares.

post 04 August 2015
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog How can it be normal to ban journalists from the football?

There are football clubs in England and Scotland who feel it is perfectly normal to ban any journalist guilty of perpetrating journalism they disapprove of.

post 04 August 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: has the RBS sell-off lost the government £1bn overnight?

The government has sold a 5.2 per cent stake in RBS for 330p a share - £2.1bn. But was it a billion pound loss or an astute financial decision in an uncertain market?

article 04 August 2015 UK
News
#EndTheAwkward: breaking the discomfort around disability

Not just "brave": a charity aims to overcome social awkwardness as research shows the majority of disabled people feel they are treated differently.

post 04 August 2015
Read more on Liam's blog July's record hot and cold

Whilst July's weather may not have offered the amount of sunshine and warmth many of us might have liked, records for heat and cold were still broken.

article 04 August 2015 UK
News
RBS shares raise £2.1bn at £1bn loss for the taxpayer

Chancellor George Osborne says the sale of 5.4 per cent of RBS will pay down the national debt, but the reduced price raises questions about the timing and speed of the sale.

article 03 August 2015 UK
News
Tube strike: unions confirm new 24-hour walkout

Unions will go ahead with a 24-hour strike on London Underground stations from Wednesday evening in a row over the introduction of 24-hour train services.

article 03 August 2015 UK
Tom Hayes
Libor rigging trial: City trader jailed for 14 years

A City trader has been jailed for 14 years for rigging Libor rates in a bid to boost his own seven-figure earnings.

article 03 August 2015 UK
News
Sir Edward Heath child abuse claims investigated by IPCC

A police watchdog says it will investigate claims that a child sex abuse case was not pursued against the former Conservative prime minister.

article 03 August 2015
Climate change (Getty Images)
Obama's Clean Power Plan to tackle climate change

US President Barack Obama unveils the Clean Power Plan, calling it the "biggest step ever" in tackling global climate change.

article 03 August 2015 UK
News
Landlords face jail if they do not evict illegal immigrants

Landlords could face up to five years in prison if they fail to evict illegal immigrant tenants who do not have the right to stay in the country.

article 02 August 2015 Culture
Cilla Black in 2014 (Getty)
Stars pay tribute to Cilla Black

The world of showbiz is in mourning as singer, TV presenter and entertainer Cilla Black dies at the age of 72.

article 02 August 2015 World, Afghanistan
Mullah Omar (Reuters)
Mullah Omar's family refuses to back new Taliban leader

Channel 4 News has learned that the dead Afghan Taliban chief's relatives are refusing to swear allegiance to his successor.

article 02 August 2015 World
2012 gold medal (Reuters)
Mass doping claims shake world of athletics

More than a third of medals at Olympics and World Championships won by athletes who had suspicious drug tests, according to reports.

article 01 August 2015 UK
News
Charities could face sanctions for aggressive fundraising

Charities could face criminal sanctions for bullying the public into giving money, regulators have warned.

article 01 August 2015 UK, France
Folkestone demonstration (Reuters)
Government hits back over Calais 'blame game'

Downing Street insists the government vows to continue working closely with the French authorities after Labour demand compensation from France over the chaos at Calais.

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Britain’s Chris Froome wins the Tour†de France for Team Sky.†

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Paris police†opened fire on a car that†drove through barriers on the Tour de France route this morning, but†an official said: “It’s not terrorism, it’s just a simple refusal to comply, as there are many every day.”



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