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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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David Cameron, why do people in your own party hate you?

David Cameron talks to Jon Snow about combating extremism, benefit cuts and the "purring" Queen - and says he does not accept he is hated by some members of the Conservative party. Watch the video.

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Theresa May: 'IS not Islamic and not a state' - video

Home Secretary Theresa May says Britain "must act to destroy" the Islamic State group. Speaking at the Conservative Party conference, she added: "They are not Islamic and they are not a state."

post 30 September 2014
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Julia Gillard: why I made my misogyny speech

No wonder Julia Gillard admits to be consumed by "murderous rages" about the sexism she endured in office. And no wonder it took its toll on her. But it struck a chord that still resonates.

video 29 September 2014 UK, China

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'Even in Tiananmen, they waited to use tear gas' - video

The Chinese novelist Diane Wei Liang, who spent part of her childhood with her parents in a labour camp, and Hong Kong businessman Sir David Tang, founder of fashion brand Shanghai Tang, debate.

post 29 September 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Boris tries to cheer up Tory conference after Ukip defections

Despite George Osborne's speech, the talk of the Tory party conference is still dominated by defections. Boris Johnson said any Conservatives thinking of joining Ukip's ranks would be "utterly nuts".

article 29 September 2014 World, Iraq
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Darshna Soni by Can returning jihadis be reintegrated into society?

While the UK imposes stringent measures on returning jihadis, some countries are more liberal. Channel 4 News obtains rare footage of a Danish programme that seeks to bring them back into the fold.

article 29 September 2014 UK
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Midwives to go on strike for first time in 133 years

Midwives in England vote to go on strike for four hours in a bitter dispute with the government over pay. It will be the first walkout in their history.