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David Cameron: Syrian bombing must not wait - but involvement could last 'many ...
... • David Cameron sets out 36-page plan for Syrian air strikes • Document warns Britain faces 'armed attack' from Isil • PM: Reconstruction could take 'many years' • Cameron says UK government has learned lessons from Iraq • Jeremy Corbyn warns over ...
David Cameron puts case for Syria airstrikes to MPs
David Cameron sets out case for British air strikes in Syria - but will it ...
David Cameron says Syria action would be in the UK's national interest
Osborne: I will continue to take 'difficult decisions' after tax credits U-turn
George Osborne has warned that he will continue to take “difficult decisions” after he embarked on a spectacular U-turn on his planned tax credits cuts and to spare frontline policing from severe austerity. The chancellor said he would continue to cut ...
Spending Review: George Osborne defends tax credits U-turn
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Autumn Statement 2015: Osborne uses £27bn windfall to ease austerity
Heathrow protest blockades tunnel leading to airport causing travel chaos
Five people have been arrested after anti-airport expansion activists blockaded a tunnel leading to Heathrow. The protest, held on the day Parliament is due to debate airport expansion in the UK, left long tailbacks to terminals 1,2 and 3. Campaign ...
Runway protesters cause traffic chaos at London's Heathrow airport
Heathrow's main access road blocked by runway protesters during rush-hour
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Barclays fined for lax crime checks in 'deal of century'
LONDON Britain's financial watchdog has fined Barclays (BARC.L) 72 million pounds ($109 million) for cutting corners in checking wealthy customers involved in a huge transaction described by one senior manager as potentially the "deal of the century.".
Barclays fined £72m over 'elephant deal'
Barclays hit with record £72m fine over financial crime risks
Barclays fined record £72m after rushing through 'elephant deal' crime checks
Raspberry Pi's latest computer so cheap it comes free with magazine
The Raspberry Pi Zero – and how much it costs to buy in US dollars. Photograph: Raspberry Pi. Alex Hern · @alexhern. Thursday 26 November 2015 05.05 EST Last modified on Thursday 26 November 2015 05.08 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...
Raspberry Pi's £4 computer is as powerful as the laptops of a decade ago
Raspberry Pi Zero is smaller and 40% faster than the original at just £4
Shrinking to Zero: The Raspberry Pi gets smaller
Dialogue between religions essential, says pope on first day of African tour
Pope Francis has called on Christians and Muslims to engage in an essential dialogue of peace in the face of religious radicalisation and “barbarous” attacks as he began the first full day of his three-nation trip to Africa. The pope met a small group ...
Pope, in Kenya, Calls for Compassion for Poor and Nurturing of Youth
Pope says Christian-Muslim dialogue essential for peace
In Africa, Pope Francis urges religious co-operation to end violence in name ...
Net migration to Britain hits new high of 336000
Annual net migration to Britain in June hit a new record level of 336,000, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The 82,000 rise in overall net migration was fuelled by a rise of 62,000 in immigration to 636,000 and a fall of 30,000 in ...
Net migration hits new record high of 336k - live
David Cameron in crisis as net migration hits record high despite pledge to cut it
Estimated net migration reaches record high of 336000
BBC3 will go off air in March after BBC Trust finally approves plans for closure
BBC3 will cease to exist as a television channel in March after the BBC Trust formally approved plans to close it. No new programming will air on the channel from the end of January, when the station effectively becomes a promotional tool for the ...
BBC Trust decision due on taking BBC Three off-air
South African judge lifts domestic ban on rhino horn trade
A rhino in a private game reserve. Game breeders argue a legalised domestic rhino horn trade would cut poaching in national parks. Photograph: Christophe Beaudufe/AFP/Getty Images. AFP. Thursday 26 November 2015 06.31 EST Last modified on ...
South Africa lifts ban on domestic rhino horn trade
Court overturns ban in domestic rhino trading
South African Judge Rejects Ban on Rhino Horn Trade
Vladimir Putin tells Russian shoppers to stop buying Turkish tomatoes
Russia says buying Turkish tomatoes helps fund missiles to 'shoot down our boys' as president Vladimir Putin says he is still waiting for an apology from Turkey for downing a Russian jet. The Turkish military shot the Russian Su-24 warplane close to ...
Spotlight: No rapid revival of Russia-Turkey ties after Su-24 downing: Russian ...
Putin Accuses Turkey of Dragging Ties to a Standstill on Purpose
Syrian paper recounts rescue of downed Russian pilot