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A million revellers expected at London's Notting Hill Carnival   - 14 Hours ago
Around a million people are expected to attend the Notting Hill Carnival, a celebration of Caribbean culture which sees colourful floats and sound systems filling west London's streets, from Sunday.
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CORRECTED-BoE's Forbes highlights policy paradox for UK rate-setters   - 8/17/2015
(Corrects date of UK inflation data to Tuesday from Wednesday) By Andy Bruce and Ana Nicolaci da Costa Aug 17 (Reuters) - Bank of England official Kristin Forbes has become the latest rate-setter
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The best British political insults and putdowns   - 8/17/2015
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Trump vs. Ramos Bout   - 6 Hours ago
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BBC Good Food Show Scotland Launches the Quest for Glasgow's Best Independent Food   - 8/17/2015
The BBC Good Food Show Scotland is on the hunt for Glasgow's Best Independent Food Shop for the third year in a revamped format using social media to cast the net as wide as possible. The Shows are once
  
    



Hancock: Every young person should be earning or learning from April 2017   - 8/18/2015
The government details radical plans to end long-term youth unemployment and decades of welfare dependency. Matt Hancock, Paymaster General, yesterday pledged that the cross-government Earn or Learn
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Asian Curry Awards Finalists to Be Announced at House of Commons Lunch   - 8/17/2015
The finalists in the 5th Asian Curry Awards are being announced at a special networking lunch in the Terrace Pavilion at the House of Commons on Monday 12th October. Restaurateurs will have the chance
  
    



Corbyn sets up clash with Cameron   - 8/17/2015
EDINBURGH The man expected to win control of Britain's opposition Labour Party has charted a potential collision course with Prime Minister David Cameron over Europe, demanding socialist reforms before
  
    



Corbyn sets up clash with Cameron over Europe   - 8/17/2015
EDINBURGH The man expected to win control of Britain's opposition Labour Party has charted a potential collision course with Prime Minister David Cameron over Europe, demanding socialist reforms before
  
    


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Highways England is doing its V best for festival-goers in Essex this weekend   - 8/17/2015
As the V Festival marks its 20th anniversary, festival-goers and road users travelling through the area are advised to be prepared and plan ahead as more than 70,000 people make their way to Hylands Park,
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Wales must have a fair BBC deal as cuts threaten to undermine Welsh culture, warns   - 8/18/2015
BBC Cymru Wales must have extra funding, First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, said yesterday as he warned the broadcaster is now providing the “minimum acceptable level of provision” for English-language
  
    



New SNP MP visits site of proposed extension to SSE wind turbine parc   - 8/20/2015
SNP MP Corri Wilson (centre) with Callum Hume, operation manager, and Calum Zielinski (both SSE) at Hadyard Hill Corri Wilson – the recently-elected SNP MP for Ayr – has made a fact-finding visit to
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Contraflow for A66 Bassenthwaite Lake safety camera and rock face works   - 8/17/2015
safety cameras along the route - where a 50 mph speed limit is in place - will be upgraded and routine maintenance to ensure drivers continue to be protected from rock falls will also be taking place.
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Labour cannot win as a party of protest - Brown   - 8/17/2015
LONDON Opposition Labour Party must choose a leader who can make it electable and not just a party of protest, former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Sunday, after a poll found voters believe
  
    



UK government to sell stake in King's Cross redevelopment project   - 8/17/2015
LONDON The British government fired the starting gun on its plan to sell its stake in a redevelopment project around London's King's Cross station, the latest disposal aimed at boosting state coffers.
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Speech: 100 days: article by David Cameron   - 8/17/2015
One hundred days ago I stood on the steps of Downing Street and told the British people that the first Conservative majority government for 18 years would govern on behalf of everyone. One nation, one
  
    



Parliament cleaners on strike   - 8/17/2015
From the section Australia Politicians face dirty toilets this week as cleaners strike for more pay Australian federal parliament cleaners have launched a week-long strike in a bid for higher pay.
  
    



UK- Brown in 'warning on a Corbyn victory'   - 8/17/2015
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Former prime minister Gordon Brown yesterday made a high-profile intervention in the Labour leadership contest to warn of the risks of becoming a "party of protest". During a 50-minute
  
    



David Miliband: Corbyn offers only 'angry defiance'   - 8/17/2015
Jeremy Corbyn is "backwards looking" and offers only "angry defiance", David Miliband has said in an intervention published in the Guardian. The former foreign secretary said he would be backing Liz
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Guatemala: Protests continue as President refuses to resign   - 12 Hours ago
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The Tory rape exception for tax credits is worse than you thought   - 8/17/2015
Poor children are to be made poorer unless their mothers can prove that they were raped. Sometimes all it takes is one subclause of a single policy to show the true face of an administration, and this
  
    



British MP called 'Zionist scumbag' after criticizing party leadership candidate   - 8/17/2015
MP's critical of Labour party leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn have received a bevy of anti-Semitic messages, even those within his same party,  calling them "utter filth" and Zionist stooges," The
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Leigh MP Andy Burnham reaches out to Corbyn to 'rebuild Labour'   - 8/17/2015
Labour leader candidate Andy Burnham is expected to reach out to rival Jeremy Corbyn today in a bid for party unity. Burnham has insisted he is the only candidate capable of halting frontrunner Mr Corbyn's
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Iraq probe finds Maliki, others responsible for Mosul fall: MPs   - 8/17/2015
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) An Iraqi parliamentary investigation found ex-premier Nuri al-Maliki and 35 others responsible for jihadists overrunning second city Mosul, in a report being sent for possible legal
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Yarmouth ferry's government support divides Nova Scotians   - 8/17/2015
A survey commissioned by the provincial government says Nova Scotians who were questioned were split on whether the government should provide financial support for the ferry between Yarmouth and Maine.
  
    
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