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article 02 September 2014 UK
Lunchtime at Salusbury Primary School, north west London (11 June, 2014)
Free lunches for under-7s - even if parents can afford it

Nick Clegg insists lunch is crucial for children to learn, as his universal free school meals scheme begins. But critics say the money is wasted on families who can afford to pay.

article 02 September 2014 UK, Scotland
Support for Scottish independence rises two weeks ahead of an historic referendum on leaving the UK, according to a new poll (Getty)
Poll shows rise in support for Scottish independence

Support for Scottish independence rises two weeks ahead of an historic referendum on leaving the UK, according to a new poll.

video 01 September 2014 UK

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Is the establishment a bad thing? - video

Owen Jones, Guardian columnist and Kate Maltby, journalist and academic, debate whether the establishment is a detriment to British society.

video 01 September 2014 UK

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You can't 'deprive people of their nationality' - video

Former attorney general Dominic Grieve tells Channel 4 News David Cameron's proposals to help tackle British jihadis fighting abroad aren't quite as easy to introduce as they might seem.

post 01 September 2014
Read more on Michael's blog New plebgate CCTV corroborates footage broadcast by C4

Scotland Yard today finally published their report into the plebgate affair, providing new information about how the leaks occurred and what happened.

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
New curriculum: what kids - and parents - can expect

Schoolchildren start a "tough" new curriculum this week, which will see five-year-olds learning computer programming and a foreign language made compulsory for children aged six.

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
New powers for police to seize terror suspects' passports

David Cameron tells parliament that police will have temporary new powers to seize passports of terror suspects at the UK border and to stop British-born suspected extremists from returning to the UK.

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
Watch new 'plebgate' footage released by Met Police

Scotland Yard finally releases new CCTV footage revealing Andrew Mitchell's controversial encounter with police - now known as the "plebgate" incident - from the other side of Downing Street.

article 01 September 2014 UK
Why Britain's Establishment is unjust and unsustainable
Why Britain's Establishment is unjust and unsustainable

The term "Establishment" describes the network of official and social relations within which power is exercised. Owen Jones asks if something that reflects huge social inequalities can continue.