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article 01 October 2014 UK
News
Is William Hague really our greatest living Yorkshireman?

...and what about Yorkshire-women? David Cameron's claim was probably his biggest Tory conference announcement (well, almost), but does it stack up? We asked for your views on Yorkshire's finest.

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Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog David Cameron, 'your 'umble servant', promises tax cuts

In a politically disengaged era the PM aims to catch voters attention with some direct cash offers on taxation and some direct political messages too.

post 01 October 2014
The harsh realities of a vicarious thrill

Two of the world's leading extreme skiers are killed by an avalanche while filming in Patagonia. Filming the kind of feature designed for the likes of me.

article 01 October 2014 UK
News
We will cut tax for millions of people - David Cameron

David Cameron says a future Conservative government would cut taxes for 30 million people while continuing to reduce the deficit.

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Read more on Liam's blog Five reasons it'll feel like autumn next week

After a somewhat extended summer, with September being the driest on record for the UK, as well as the fourth warmest, autumn is finally going to arrive in the coming days.

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Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog Are we heading for Ebola outbreak in the US?

The US is now dealing with the first case of Ebola to spread outside of Africa. As the size of the epidemic continues to grow exponentially there is a very high chance it won't be the last.

article 01 October 2014 UK
Yusra Hussien
'Please come back' - parents of missing Bristol girl

The parents of Yusra Hussien, a 15-year-old schoolgirl from Bristol thought to have fled to Syria to join Islamic State extremists, have made an emotional plea for her to return.

article 01 October 2014 UK, Syria
News
Channel 4 News' Syria war coverage wins Emmy in New York

For the second year running Channel 4 News has won the International Emmy Award in the news category, for a series of films charting Syria's brutal civil war.

article 01 October 2014 UK, Syria
Charges dropped against ex-Guantanamo inmate Moazzam Begg
Darshna Soni by Charges dropped against ex-Guantanamo inmate Moazzam Begg

Britain's Moazzam Begg, who stood accused of attending a terrorist training camp in Syria, is due to be released from prison just days before his trial was due to start.

article 01 October 2014 World, China
News
Emmy the Great on a Hong Kong 'dreamed by its people'

My family left Hong Kong in 1995, but my parents and sister went back to live there eventually, so I visit every year, writes musician and writer Emma-Lee Moss, known by her stage name Emmy the Great.

video 01 October 2014 UK

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Cameron pledges to increase NHS spending - video

David Cameron tells his party's annual conference a future Conservative government would continue to increase the NHS budget in real terms.

article 01 October 2014 World
Jan Morgan
Kids yes, Muslims no: US shooting range owner sparks outrage

Pro-gun campaigner Jan Morgan declares her Arkansas shooting range a "Muslim-free zone".

article 01 October 2014 World, Iraq
MoD releases video of first Iraq airstrikes
MoD releases video of first Iraq airstrikes

RAF fighter jets carry out a second round of air strikes in Iraq as part of the US-led mission against the Islamic State group, and release footage of the first British attack on IS.

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Read more on Matt's blog: Matt Frei How mild mannered protest in Hong Kong is rocking China

The Chinese press is branding the protesters extremists and agents of chaos and disruption - but I have rarely seen such a mild mannered mass protest.

post 01 October 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Pro-democracy protesters gather in Hong Kong on 'National Day'

The underlining concern here is that a rapid escalation of the protests may provoke the authorities - and in particular the Chinese government - into using force against the demonstrators.

article 01 October 2014
News
Search for Alice Gross 'now a murder investigation'

Police searching for missing teenager Alice Gross find a body in the River Brent and say the probe into her disappearance is now a murder investigation.

video 01 October 2014 World, China

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Protester evicted for heckling Hong Kong leader - video

As China celebrates National Day, a protester is evicted from an official event in Hong Kong for heckling leader CY Leung, and protests continue on the streets.

video 30 September 2014 UK

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'It's not quantity of immigrants, it's quality' - video

The Conservative cabinet minister Nicky Morgan faces the public at the party's conference in Birmingham, including a European student and a young Tory from Kensington.

video 30 September 2014 World, China

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'Hong Kong wants equal rights', says protest leader - video

The teenage protest leader Joshua Wong, who was arrested on Friday during a police crackdown in Hong Kong, says that people of every generation in Hong Kong will 'stand in the street' for change.

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Tax cuts for minimum wage workers - here’s what some of Birmingham’s youth thought of Cameron’s speech #cpc14 (at Perry Beeches Free School II)

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The Channel 4 News pundits for David Cameron’s speech - students from Perry Beeches academy in Birmingham. More soon….

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David Cameron suffers another defection embarrassment with a millionaire former Tory donor switching sides to support Ukip.

Insurance guru Arron Banks, who has previously given tens of thousands of pounds to the Conservatives, is to present Nigel Farage with a cheque for 100,000.

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The Financial Conduct Authority begins a full investigation into Tesco after its 250m overstatement of half-year profits.

Tesco has already ordered an independent review by Deloitte and said it would “continue to co-operate fully with the FCA and other relevant authorities considering this matter”.

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The search forthe missing teenagerAlice Gross is now a murder inquiry, police confirm on Wednesday, after a body was found in the River Brent, West London http://bit.ly/1Bzh7c3

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