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post 30 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Boris vs Theresa: why their #cpc14 speeches were really leadership hustings

Theresa May and Boris Johnson have a small cadre of parliamentary acolytes who hope their candidate will succeed David Cameron.

post 30 September 2014
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Hong Kong and the People's Republic of Censors

If you want to buy a yellow ribbon to tie round your ponytail, don't bother to look online in China. The phrase "yellow ribbon" has been censored. And it's not hard to work out why.

video 30 September 2014 UK

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Theresa May: 'IS not Islamic and not a state' - video

Home Secretary Theresa May says Britain "must act to destroy" the Islamic State group. Speaking at the Conservative Party conference, she added: "They are not Islamic and they are not a state."

article 30 September 2014 UK
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by Never mind your child: wi-fi can expose passwords, emails

An experiment revealed Londoners signed away their eldest child in the terms and conditions of free wi-fi. But there's more: here's what unprotected wi-fi can expose on you - and what to do about it.

post 30 September 2014
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Julia Gillard: why I made my misogyny speech

No wonder Julia Gillard admits to be consumed by "murderous rages" about the sexism she endured in office. And no wonder it took its toll on her. But it struck a chord that still resonates.

article 30 September 2014 World, Syria
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Missing Bristol teen 'may be heading to Syria'

A 15-year-old girl from Bristol who has been missing since last week may be trying to get to Syria, say police, who fear that she may have been radicalised and trying to join an extremist group.

video 30 September 2014 World, China

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Hong Kong protests day three - watch live

Hong Kong's leader CY Leung pleads with pro-democracy protesters to leave the city centre, as thousands continue to take to the streets. Watch live.

post 30 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Hong Kong protests continue - but where are the police?

Hong Kong's police force fired tear gas and pepper spray at demonstrators on Sunday. But officers have now withdrawn from the city centre, in a move that has disconcerted protesters.

post 30 September 2014
Read more on Liam's blog Driest September on record for the UK

Early indications from Met Office figures show that this is going to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910.

video 29 September 2014 UK, China

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'Even in Tiananmen, they waited to use tear gas' - video

The Chinese novelist Diane Wei Liang, who spent part of her childhood with her parents in a labour camp, and Hong Kong businessman Sir David Tang, founder of fashion brand Shanghai Tang, debate.

post 29 September 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Boris tries to cheer up Tory conference after Ukip defections

Despite George Osborne's speech, the talk of the Tory party conference is still dominated by defections. Boris Johnson said any Conservatives thinking of joining Ukip's ranks would be "utterly nuts".

post 29 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Osborne benefits freeze: political genius or death wish?

Senior Tories say they've road-tested today's announcement to death. There is strong voter support; it has gone down "extremely well" in the focus groups.

article 29 September 2014 World, Iraq
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Darshna Soni by Can returning jihadis be reintegrated into society?

While the UK imposes stringent measures on returning jihadis, some countries are more liberal. Channel 4 News obtains rare footage of a Danish programme that seeks to bring them back into the fold.

post 29 September 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: How great is Osborne's Britain?

Britain's economy is a world-beating powerhouse, according to the chancellor. Are we really outpacing every major advanced economy on the planet?

article 29 September 2014 World, Kenya
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How did Dennis Kimetto smash the world marathon record?

It is the question everyone wants to know, after he sailed through a marathon in under two hours, three minutes. Channel 4 News speaks to the author of Running with the Kenyans about his secret.

article 29 September 2014 UK
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Midwives to go on strike for first time in 133 years

Midwives in England vote to go on strike for four hours in a bitter dispute with the government over pay. It will be the first walkout in their history.

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Tory minister: 'We won't sign pact with Ukip' - video

Speaking at the Tory party conference, Culture Secretary Sajid Javid tells Channel 4 News that having a pact with Ukip "would be the wrong course of action ... we dont need a pact with any party".

article 29 September 2014 UK
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Turner Prize 2014 reveals 'fundamental shift' in art - video

Now it its 30th year, the annual Turner Prize exhibition opens on Tuesday and features a wealth of multi-media material from four shortlisted artists. Here's a sneak peek at what is on offer.

article 29 September 2014 UK
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Sunday Mirror faces questions over Brooks Newmark sting

Two women whose images were used in a Sunday Mirror honey trap that brought about a ministerial resignation criticise the newspaper as one of the MPs targeted says he intends to complain to police.

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Jon Snow interviews David Cameron at the Conservative conference in Birmingham. The interview will be available soon.

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Yesterday was China’s most censored day this year…it’s not hard to work out why, writes Lindsey Hilsum.

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Indecent images of pupils have been found on the computer of dead Essex teacher Martin Goldberg. The parents have been informed, say Essex Police.

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"Of course I am deeply concerned about what is happening and I hope this issue can be resolved"

David Cameron says he feels a “deep obligation” to speak out about clashes in Hong Kong between riot police and thousands of pro-democracy protesters.