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post 02 July 2015
Read more from Jon on Snowblog If music be the food of love.. James Rhodes, child rape and redemption

Pianist James Rhodes has inspired thousands of survivors of sexual abuse to tell their own stories, but he had to go to the Supreme Court to finally be able to tell his.

article 30 June 2015 UK
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BBC is my priority, says trust chair Rona Fairhead

BBC Trust Chair and HSBC Director Rona Fairhead tells Cathy Newman the corporation is her priority "and that has been clear from the beginning".

article 23 June 2015 UK
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by 12 things I learned as a Glastonbury virgin

Channel 4 News sent a Glastonbury virgin to last year's event. We dust off our wellies and his pearls of festival wisdom.

article 23 June 2015 UK
England women celebrate victory over Norway in the World Cup (Reuters)
World Cup: can England's women go further than the men?

The England women's football team are through to the quarterfinals of the World Cup - a traditional stumbling block for the men. Who are their key players and what obstacles do they face?

article 22 June 2015 World
taylor Swift (Getty Images)
How Taylor Swift became more powerful than Apple

Apple will now pay artists during free trials of Apple Music, after pop star Taylor Swift threatened to hold back her latest hit album from the tech giant's new streaming service.

post 15 June 2015
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog What would you do if you only had weeks to live?

Moira Dixon is 53 and has just weeks to live. And although she says she feels "sad all the time", her decision to "live in the now" has brought unexpected happiness.

article 15 June 2015 World, Belgium
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Women's cycle race apology over 'bikini-clad models'

Organisers of a women's cycling race have apologised after athletes were greeted on the podium by bikini-clad models.

post 15 June 2015
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Magna Carta was about money - it wasn't about a 'law for all'

A bunch of noblemen fed up with tax hikes under King John was the motive for the Magna Carter, not some overarching need to make the law work for all.

article 15 June 2015 UK
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Magna Carta at 800: what is the 'great charter'?

Commemorations are taking place to mark the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta - but how much do we know about the first building block of the British constitution?