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post 01 January 2001
Read more on Michael's blog Our whole relationship with Europe is now at stake

I hate journalistic hype and exaggeration but could the EU's sudden demand for Britain to pay an extra 1.7bn be a possible turning point in our political history?

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video 24 October 2014 UK, Greece

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'We can't just stay in the EU and complain' - video

Britain's new 1.7bn EU bill has given the UK "1.7 billion very good reasons to seek a different kind of relationship", says Tory Eurosceptic MEP Daniel Hannan.

video 24 October 2014 UK

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Mother of undercover cop's baby receives Met payout - video

A woman who had a child by an undercover Metropolitan police officer says there is "no closure" despite receiving more than 400,000 in an out-of-court settlement with the force.

video 24 October 2014 Thailand

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The father of one of the Burmese suspects accused of murdering British tourists Hannah Witheridge and David Miller in Thailand says the pair were tortured into confessing to the crime.

video 24 October 2014 UK

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Cameron: I'm not paying that 2bn euro bill! - video

Responding to the EU demand for an extra 1.7bn from the United Kingdom, Prime Minister David Cameron retorts that if people think he is going to pay up, "they've got another thing coming".

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video 24 October 2014 UK

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Trolled cyclist wants justice after kicking - video

Raphael Carrondo, who was on the receiving end of cyclist-on-cyclist violence, tells Channel 4 News there is no excuse for kicking a cyclist's front wheel - and he wants justice.

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article 24 October 2014
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post 24 October 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Our whole relationship with Europe is now at stake

I hate journalistic hype and exaggeration but could the EU's sudden demand for Britain to pay an extra 1.7bn be a possible turning point in our political history?

video 23 October 2014 UK, Sierra Leone

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Ebola: Commonwealth athletes fight for right to remain in UK

With Ebola ravaging their nation, 26 of the Commonwealth Games boxing squad from Sierra Leone are begging the UK government to let them stay. They tell Jonathan Miller about their plight.

video 23 October 2014 World, Canada

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Canada honours its gun attack hero

He's the ceremonial sergeant at arms who shot and killed the gunman after he stormed the parliament building. He received a hero's welcome there as the government vowed never to give in to terrorism.

video 23 October 2014 World

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Ebola survivors shunned by communities in fear

The overwhelming joy of Ebola survivors is being undermined by the stigma they face in the communities they return to. Science Editor Tom Clarke reports from Sierra Leone on the cruelty of Ebola.

post 23 October 2014
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Can a new plan ease fears over the struggling NHS?

A new report by Chief Executive Simon Stevens lays out a way forward for the NHS - but will it assuage concern over the private sector's role in the health service?

article 23 October 2014 UK
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Britain's most hated cop killer - meet Harry Roberts

Harry Roberts killed two police officers in one of Britain's most notorious ever crimes in 1966. Aged 78, he will be released from prison in a few days. Here's how it was reported at the time.

article 23 October 2014 UK
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Simon Israel by Trial collapses after immigration officials 'lie under oath'

EXCLUSIVE: The UK's biggest sham marriage trial has collapsed with the judge accusing UKBA officers of deliberately concealing evidence and lying under oath.

video 23 October 2014 World, Liberia

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Ebola stigma: 'We're all affected, but we're not infected'

Liberian Shoana Solomon, who launched a campaign to improve public awareness after facing Ebola stigma in the USA, tells Channel 4 News "there's a human face here".

article 23 October 2014 UK
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Parliament square arrests for feeding protest (literally)

Two people are arrested for obstructing police after giving food and water to a fellow protester who is occupying a site outside the Houses of Parliament.

article 23 October 2014 UK
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Have new government tax rules made any difference at all?

Introduced after the Google, Facebook and Starbucks tax scandals, new tax rules are doing very little to curb similar legal tax avoidance, it is claimed. Is public disquiet having more influence?

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