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video 22 August 2014 UK

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Has Notting Hill carnival lost its soul? - video

The Notting Hill Carnival kicks off its 50 year celebrations this weekend - in what's become one of the world's largest street festivals. It started life, though, as a political protest.

article 22 August 2014 UK
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LMA apologises for Mackay's 'friendly banter' apology

Ex-Cardiff manager Malky Mackay's statement that offensive text messages were "banter" was widely condemned: now the League Managers Association (LMA) has apologised for its apology.

video 21 August 2014 UK

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Where do you get that darkness from? Northampton - video

He's written Batman and Superman graphic novels - and produced cult works like V for Vendetta but Alan Moore's latest film is a sinister re-imagining of his home town of Northampton.

article 21 August 2014 UK
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Brits make up one in five visitors to assisted dying clinics

Suicide tourism is on the rise, say experts, with the number of people travelling to Switzerland for assisted dying at places like Dignitas doubling in four years.

video 19 August 2014 UK

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Porn 'a part of everyday life' for teenagers - video debate

"They (boys) explain to us how they expect us to act... from watching it (porn) online" - two young women share their views as a report suggests pornography is a part of every day life for teenagers.

article 19 August 2014 World
Paulo Coelho, interviewed on Channel 4 News
Paulo Coelho: having an affair and saving your marriage

Brazilian lyricist and novelist Paulo Coelho talks to Channel 4 News about adultery, depression, betrayal and how he connects with readers through social media.

article 19 August 2014 World, Ireland
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Rape victim forced to have Caesarean in Ireland speaks out

A suicidal rape victim forced to have a Caesarean section after 24 weeks in Ireland speaks out for the first time as campaigners say the abortion law remains "not fit for purpose" and too restrictive.

video 15 August 2014 World

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GoT writer George RR Martin: 'I feel pressure all the time'

George RR Martin speaks to Boya Dee about the controversy over the lack of gay sex in his books, pressure from fans to get the next book out - and who exactly inspired his famous character Jon Snow...

article 15 August 2014 World
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by Watch out London: the geeks are coming

This year's Worldcon is the biggest ever, with 10,000 sci-fi fans coming to London. But with shows like Game of Thrones getting cult status (and investment to match) geeks are coming in from the cold.