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article 20 November 2014 UK, Germany
Spy cable revealed: how telecoms firm worked with GCHQ
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One of the UK's largest communications firms had a leading role in creating the surveillance system exposed by Edward Snowden, it can be revealed.

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article 20 November 2014 UK
Ofsted grab
Fatima Manji by Muslim faith schools 'may be vulnerable to radicalisation'

Exclusive: pupils at six independent Muslim faith schools in east London may be vulnerable to extremist influences and radicalisation, an Ofsted inspection finds.

post 20 November 2014
Read more on FactCheck FrackCheck: is it safe to drill for shale gas?

A multinational is pouring money into the search for shale gas deep under the British countryside. But what are the real risks of "fracking"?

article 20 November 2014 UK
Womens refuges turn away a third of referrals due to cuts
#SOSvigil at Downing Street calls for refuges to be 'saved'

A vigil calling on MPs to protect domestic violence refuges is held at Downing Street, as new figures reveal women's refuges are being forced to turn away a third of referrals due to cuts.

article 20 November 2014 UK, Iraq
News
The three faces of French terror

Security services are seeking to identify three jihadi fighters that burn their French passports and call on fellow French citizens to join them in Syria and Iraq.

article 20 November 2014 UK
News
Why are Britain's cancer referral rates so bad?

Up to 10,000 people in England could be dying each year due to late cancer diagnoses, according to research. But is it our own fault for not noticing, or our doctors?

video 20 November 2014 Culture, United States

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Cosby 'no comment' in new sex assault interview - video

In an interview filmed on 6 November, US Comedian Bill Cosby replies "no comment" when questioned by AP news agency on sexual assault allegations.

article 20 November 2014 World
Different webcam shots
Webcam website 'spying inside British homes'

People could be being watched in their homes and offices via a Russian-based website showing live footage broadcast from webcams, the UK's privacy watchdog has warned.

article 20 November 2014 UK
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Take a seat: Britain's first bus powered by poo

Britain's first bus powered entirely by human and food waste goes into service between Bath and Bristol today.

video 20 November 2014 United States

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Snowfall in New York state - watch a timelapse video

Western New York state is braced for even more snow, after freakish weather in recent days - depositing almost 1.5 metres in some areas - killed at least seven people.

article 20 November 2014 UK
Fracking drill
Chemical giant to invest £640m in UK fracking

Chemicals giant Ineos is to invest hundreds of millions of pounds in shale gas exploration, giving the industry a huge boost.

post 19 November 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog 'Triads' behind spike in Hong Kong protest violence, gang leader claims

A senior member of a one of Hong Kong's notorious gangs tells Channel 4 News triad members receive money to disrupt the protest movement and the police do not try to stop them.

article 19 November 2014 UK
homeless young people
Half seeking help with homelessness are under 25

Not only is homelessness on the rise, it is getting worse for young people - and they are not always getting the help they need. Symeon Brown speaks to one woman forced to sleep in the woods.

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Is US pick up artist Julien Blanc a 'hate preacher?' - video

Lib Dem MP Lorely Burt tells Krishnan Guru Murthyˇ that US pick up artist Julien Blanc was banned from the UK because he was a preacher of hatred against women.

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Do you trust this chicken? - video

New research finds a quarter of supermarket chickens contain high levels of campylobacter, the most common form of food poisoning in the UK.

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Noel Clarke: both TV industry and world is evolving - video

Actor Noel Clarke tells Krishnan Guru-Murthy he believes "things are moving forward" in the industry and that there were more opportunities for black actors. Clarke is an ambassador of London 360.

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Bill Cosby special postponed amid rape allegations - video

A comedy special due to feature US sit-com and stand-up star Bill Cosby is postponed after the star faced renewed allegations of rape from a number of women.

video 19 November 2014 UK

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Birmingham men fear reprisals over 'grooming' order - video

Birmingham bans several men from 'approaching' teenage girls, despite not enough criminal evidence to prosecute them. One of the men tells Darshna Soni that it will "destroy" his life.

article 19 November 2014 UK
Ofsted Rotherham report
Rotherham children's services still inadequate, Ofsted says

A damning report finds "widespread or serious failures" that could result in children being "harmed or at risk of harm".

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Royal Bank of Scotland is fined a total of £56m by regulators after an IT glitch left millions of customers without access to their accounts in 2012.

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A man is in a serious condition in hospital after an incident involving a rhinoceros at a zoo in the Dunstable area, East of England Ambulance Service said.