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article 28 November 2014 UK
Are Cameron's migrant benefits cuts really a game-changer?
David Cameron

David Cameron reveals his plans to stop EU migrants coming into the UK to claim benefits. But can he get other member states to agree? And are the proposals enough to bring down immigration numbers?

article 28 November 2014 World, Mexico
Anger rises in Mexico over students taken by cartel
Mexico protests
Guillermo Galdos by

The deaths of 43 students, handed over to a Mexican cartel by the police, has lead to dramatic protests across the country. And families of another 25,000 missing also want answers.

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Will Cameron's immigration proposals work? - video

Lukasz Szlek, who lives in Southampton, an area which has seen a big influx of EU immigrants, tells Economics Editor Paul Mason that David Cameron is to blame for anti-Polish rhetoric in the country.

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Briton in Syria: why does UK view us as a threat? - video

Amer Deghahes, who is fighting in Syria with an al Qaeda- affiliated organisation, tells Channel 4 News he does not understand why the UK views British fighters as a threat.

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Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron back from the brink on Europe and immigration

The idea of an emergency brake on EU immigration remained in David Cameron's speech until a few days ago. But at the last moment, the prime minister pulled back.

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Paul Kohler: 'nationality not an issue' in attack - video

University lecturer Paul Kohler, who was viciously attacked by four Polish criminals in August this year, tells Krishnan Guru-Murthy that "nationality was not an issue".

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Theresa May: migrant benefits cuts 'only fair'

The home secretary says most people will back David Cameron's proposals to tighten the rules on migrant workers claiming in-work benefits.

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Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog Raw data lays bare supermarket chicken problem

As research finds unacceptable levels of a bug that causes food poisoning in supermarket chickens, safety experts advise customers to cook birds thoroughly to avoid problems.

article 28 November 2014 UK
Ryan McGee
Soldier jailed for making nail bomb 'not a terrorist'

Soldier Ryan McGee, an English Defence League supporter who admitted making a nail bomb and possessing the Anarchist Cookbook, is jailed for two years at the Old Bailey.

video 28 November 2014 World, Australia

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Golf ball-size hail in Australia storm - video

A storm tore through Brisbane on Thursday, uprooting trees and ripping roofs off homes. Hail the size of golf balls fell, 12 people were injured and 83,000 homes left without power.

article 28 November 2014 World, Australia
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#PutOutYourBats: mourning the death of Phillip Hughes

Cricket fans and sports stars including Sachin Tendulkar, Geoffrey Boycott and Stuart Broad join a touching global tribute to the Australian cricketer who died on Thursday.

article 28 November 2014
Kim Jo-yong
Sister of North Korean leader gets senior party role

Analysts say that Kim Jo-yong's mention in a state media broadcast might be evidence of her growing role in supporting her brother, Kim Jong-un.

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Alarm bells during Cameron immigration speech - video

The prime minister riffs as an alarm goes off during his speech on immigration and the EU at JCB. He praises the company, which has been behind numerous large donations to his party in recent years.

article 28 November 2014 UK
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Facebook, Twitter told: be clear about how data used

Social networks must simplify terms and conditions, to ensure that their users are clear over how their personal data will be collected and used, MPs say.

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Shocking scenes as British Black Friday shoppers do battle

Shoppers seeking to take advantage of Black Friday deals fight over cheap televisions in ASDA this morning.

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Afrika Bambaataa: Ferguson problems are global

He is the father of electro funk, the godfather of hip-hop and the creator of the Universal Zulu Nation. Afrika Bambaataa tells us why the issues in Ferguson are global.

article 28 November 2014 UK
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Graffiti: rebellion, art, or a fast-track to prison?

The maximum sentence for graffiti artists is 10 years. Is that fair? A graffiti exhibition in London, by a team including Harry Conway  who was jailed for his street art - wants to prove it is not.

post 28 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog New powers for Scotland - but can they save Labour at the polls?

The SNP's message all day has been that there's less to the devolution deal than meets the eye. This afternoon they got support for that proposition from the former Labour First Minister Lord (Jack) M

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Abuse in care: 'a nightmare of pain in my mind for years'

As a child author Alex Wheatle was physically and sexually abused while in the care of Lambeth council. Although some of his abusers were jailed, no-one in the council was held accountable.

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Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri begin targeting Black Friday sales at major retailers overnight in a new tactic to vent their anger at a grand jury
decision not to indict a white police officer who shot dead unarmed black teen Michael Brown.

Kicking off their latest strategy inside a Walmart in another nearby suburb of St Louis, around 75 demonstrators protested peacefully, chanting “hands up, don’t shoot”, bemusing shoppers.

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The former owner of Rangers football club, Craig Whyte, has been arrested in Mexico. Two weeks ago an international arrest warrant was issued in connection with the investigation into the sale of the club in 2011.

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