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video 19 December 2014 UK

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Migrants made '100 attempts a day' to enter UK - video

Figures released under the freedom of information act have revealed that border forces detected almost 12,000 attempts in the four months from the beginning of April to the end of July.

video 19 December 2014 World

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Burning Merkel: anti-austerity protest rocks Brussels

Protesters burned effigies of EU leaders and brought rush hour traffic to a stop as they protest austerity and a planned EU-US free trade deal.

article 19 December 2014 UK
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Mandy Rice-Davies: her role in the Profumo sex scandal

Mandy Rice-Davies, at the centre of the Profumo affair which rocked Harold Macmillan's government, has died aged 70. Last year she revealed she was "still angry" about the way she had been treated.

video 19 December 2014 World, Syria

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Iraqi Kurds liberate besieged Sinjar mountain - video

Kurdish forces in northern Iraq have claimed their biggest victory in the fight against Islamic State militants.

video 18 December 2014 UK

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A&E departments 'stretched to the limit' - video

The pressure is growing on many hospital accident and emergency departments in what has been described as their busiest week ever.

video 18 December 2014 UK

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'The deepest cuts I have ever known' - Sir Hugh Orde

Sir Hugh Orde, head of the association of chief police officers, tells Channel 4 News that the latest round of cuts are the deepest he has ever known.

article 18 December 2014 UK
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'Third world' bail system slammed by former Murdoch lawyer

Police will lose the power to bail people indefinitely under plans announced by the home secretary, lawyer Tom Crone says the system is "grotesque".

article 18 December 2014 UK, Spain
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Three reasons Spain is on the edge of social unrest

Riot police clash with protesters in Barcelona after a raid on squatters - and demonstrators plan to hit the streets against anti-demo laws - what's going on in Spain?

video 18 December 2014 World, Kenya

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Chaos in Kenyan parliament over counter-terror bill - video

Members of the Kenyan parliament throw water on the deputy speaker and books at the speaker after scuffles broke out over proposed amendments to a controversial counter-terrorism bill.