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Flood defences did not fail, MPs told   - 1/6/2016
Flood defences were "tested beyond their design" during the recent storms but they saved lives and did not fail, Environment Agency bosses have said. About 16,000 homes in England flooded in December

Cameron Heads to Fourth Meeting With Merkel   - 1/6/2016
The paradox of David Cameron’s European Union renegotiation is that the prime minister who’s taken Britain closest to leaving the bloc is also the one who’s setting the record for EU diplomacy. Bloomberg's

U.K. Parliament to Debate Banning Trump From Britain   - 1/6/2016
Donald Trump wants a “ total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the U.S.” Half a million Brits want a total and complete shutdown of Donald Trump entering the U.K. A month after Trump made his
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Cameron gives cabinet OK to campaign against EU   - 1/6/2016
Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to allow cabinet ministers to campaign for Britain's exit from the European Union without resigning their posts has foes of the EU elated and supporters crying

Nigerian Sharia Court Sentences Preacher to Death for Blasphemy   - 1/6/2016
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'Brexit' Gamble Enters Crunch Phase as Cameron Returns to Merkel   - 1/6/2016
The paradox of David Cameron’s European Union renegotiation is that the prime minister who’s taken Britain closest to leaving the bloc is also the one who’s setting the record for EU diplomacy. Cameron
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David Cameron just made a load of Shakespeare puns and they're awful   - 1/6/2016
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron just made a load of Shakespeare puns in the House of Commons and they’re all as bad as you can imagine. Responding to a question from Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi

U.K. Labour Shadow Defense Minister Jones Quits After Reshuffle   - 1/6/2016
The U.K. Labour Party’s armed-forces spokesman, Kevan Jones, became the third member of opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn’s top team to quit Wednesday after a reshuffle. He said in a resignation letter

MP quits Labour team over 'lies'   - 1/6/2016
From the section Wales politics Image caption Mr Doughty announced his resignation on the BBC's Daily Politics programme Shadow foreign office minister Stephen Doughty has resigned from the front

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U.K. Labour's Doughty Tells BBC He Quits as Shadow Minister   - 1/6/2016
Stephen Doughty became the second junior member of the U.K. opposition Labour Party’s team of spokespeople to quit its so-called shadow cabinet Wednesday amid a reshuffle by party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

The first MP has resigned over Corbyn's revenge reshuffle   - 1/6/2016
Jonathan Reynolds Shadow Rail minister Jonathan Reynolds has resigned from the Labour party's shadow cabinet. He is resigning because he is unhappy that Corbyn fired Pat McFadden from his role as 

A Tory MP started singing Les Miz on the radio ... and it actually wasn't that bad   - 1/6/2016
Conservative MP Will Quince surprised listeners on the BBC Essex radio station on Tuesday by singing “Bring Him Home” from the musical Les Misérables. Quince is a big fan of amateur dramatics and led
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Cameron to Talk EU Membership With Merkel   - 1/6/2016
The U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron heads to Bavaria today for a conversation with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Yesterday, he told lawmakers that the government ministers would be allowed to

This is why the UK government's 30,000 new 'starter homes' will not affordable for   - 1/6/2016
Britain is embroiled in a severe housing crisis where there is simply not enough supply to sate rampant demand and therefore property prices are rocketing at a ridiculous pace. So, earlier this week
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British Parliament to debate banning Donald Trump from U.K.   - 1/6/2016
The House of Commons Petitions Committee announced Tuesday that the British Parliament will debate whether or not to ban U.S. presidential contender Donald Trump from the United Kingdom. Debate scheduled
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Look how many Labour MPs are unhappy that Corbyn sacked a member of his shadow cabinet   - 1/6/2016
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has sacked his shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher and lots of Labour MPs are unhappy about it. Dugher has been openly critical of many

Tory Burch is one half of fashion's newest power couple   - 1/6/2016
Fashion icon Tory Burch announced on  Instagram over the weekend that she and her boyfriend would be "tying the knot."  But Tory Burch is not like any other person on your Instagram feed.  She and

CBS US News: British Parliament mulls ban on Donald Trump   - 1/6/2016
After an online petition was signed by more than 500,000 people, Britain's Parliament will discuss whether to ban presidential hopeful Donald Trump from entering the U.K. The petition started circulating

UK Parliament to Debate Banning Trump   - 1/5/2016
The United Kingdom Parliament is set to debate barring Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump from entry. The debate, which will be live-streamed, is scheduled to take place on Jan. 18.
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Livingstone on Labour reshuffle   - 1/5/2016
Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone has suggested that Jeremy Corbyn may move shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn as part of a reshuffle of the shadow cabinet. Mr Benn opposed his party's leader in

Parliament to Debate Barring Trump From U.K.   - 1/5/2016
The British parliament will formally debate a petition later this month from backers wishing to prevent Donald Trump from entering the United Kingdom. The debate is set for January 18, according to
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Cameron: IS video 'desperate stuff'   - 1/5/2016
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has described a video by so-called Islamic State (IS) which purports to show the killing of five men as "desperate stuff". The video features a man and young boy with

Cameron opens way for his Cabinet to dissent in 'Brexit' vote   - 1/5/2016
LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron will allow ministers in his cabinet to decide for themselves whether to campaign for Britain to stay in or leave the European Union -- a so-called Brexit -- in a

Parliament to debate on banning Donald Trump from UK   - 1/5/2016
Story highlights The petition to ban Donald Trump from the UK has nearly 570,000 signatures It's set to be debated on January 18 The quixotic but popular push to ban the Republican presidential

Parliament to debate banning Trump from UK   - 1/5/2016
Story highlights The petition to ban Donald Trump from the UK has nearly 570,000 signatures It's set to be debated on January 18 The quixotic but popular push to ban the Republican presidential
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