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Emir holds talks with Cameron   - 10 Hours ago
The Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani with the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, at 10 Downing Street in London. London: The Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani yesterday discussed
  
    



MPs lay blame for soldiers’ drinking on MoD   - 10 Hours ago
SOLDIERS are turning to "hazardous" levels of alcohol as a result of the Ministry of Defence's failure "at every chain of command" to help under pressure members of the armed forces. Urgent action has
  
    




David Cameron examines Qatar links to IS at summit   - 11 Hours ago
Prime Minister David Cameron held talks with the Emir of Qatar, zeroing in on the country's links to Islamic State (IS) and the need for more to be done to help halt the terror group. He also raised
  
    



David Cameron faces pressure on EU migration rules   - 11 Hours ago
British prime minister David Cameron is to face increased pressure from Eurosceptic Conservative Party MPs to secure changes to EU migration rules after a new report found that Britain’s immigration system
  
    



Creative Scotland funding budget reaches £100m   - 12 Hours ago
SCOTLAND's main arts funding body has raided £10 million from its budget to meet the demand for long-term funding from groups across the country after an initial cash pot was dramatically over-subscribed.
  
    



Maureen Lipman says she can't vote Labour while Ed Miliband is leader   - 12 Hours ago
Actor Maureen Lipman, who has supported Labour for about 50 years, has said she will no longer vote for the party while it is led by Ed Miliband.
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Press release: PHE atlas highlights variation in treatment of diabetes and high   - 12 Hours ago
Healthier Lives: Diabetes, Hypertension and NHS Health Check, a major new online tool from Public Health England, reveals large variation in the prevalence and treatment of diabetes and high blood pressure,
  
    



Press release: UK Government to bring free wi-fi to public buildings across Cardiff   - 12 Hours ago
Wales Office , Alun Cairns MP, Ed Vaizey MP and Department for Culture, Media & Sport First published: Part of: Helping the economy in Wales to grow , UK economy and Wales Thirty public buildings
  
    



MPs’ panel criticises UK’s immigration ‘mess’   - 12 Hours ago
LONDON: Britain’s border and immigration system is a “mess,” lawmakers said on Wednesday in a report which will increase pressure on Prime Minister David Cameron’s government to take a tougher line on
  
    


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UK Government to bring free wi-fi to public buildings across Cardiff   - 12 Hours ago
Cardiff is the first Welsh city to join the programme which will see more than 1,000 public buildings across the UK fitted with free wifi. The programme is part of the Government's £150 million scheme
  
    



China to invest another £40bn in Britain’s nuclear and renewables sectors after   - 12 Hours ago
The Ineos-run Grangemouth oil refinery – part owned by Petro-China Chinese investment in the UK energy sector could exceed £43 billion in the next 10 years, according to a new report published by law
  
    



Devon-based renewables consultancy opens new office in Scotland   - 12 Hours ago
EXCLUSIVE Devon-based GoBe marine and planning consultancy is expanding into the Scottish renewables market by opening a new office – probably to be located in the Central Belt. The company was set
  
    


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Oxford professor tells MSPs that devolving N. Sea tax revenues to Holyrood is ‘feasible   - 12 Hours ago
An Oxford University professor yesterday told Holyrood MPs that devolving N. Sea oil and gas tax revenues to the Scottish Parliament is “perfectly feasible – as well as desirable”. Giving evidence to
  
    



1,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots rolled out by UK government   - 12 Hours ago
Over 1,000 public buildings across the UK are being transformed into free Wi-Fi hotspots in a multi-million pound government plan to provide better access to all citizens. Read more: Report: UK faces
  
    



PM urged to back veto on EU ballot   - 12 Hours ago
Nicola Sturgeon has urged David Cameron to support her call for the possibility of a Scottish veto in a UK-wide referendum on European Union (EU) membership. The Prime Minister earlier dismissed an
  
    



Mayor clashes with Cameron over HS3   - 12 Hours ago
Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson (pic © JMU Journalism); Prime Minister David Cameron (pic © Wikipedia/Creative Commons) Mayor Joe Anderson hit out at Prime Minister David Cameron today over why Liverpool
  
    



10/30/2014: World: Gandhi’s statue in Parliament Square riles many in UK   - 11 Hours ago
LONDON: The move to instal Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Parliament Square here in early 2015 has attracted applause but also much criticism, including from people of Indian origin. Efforts to instal statues
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Jim Murphy To Run For Scottish Labour Leadership   - 12 Hours ago
Labour's Jim Murphy has confirmed he will stand for the leadership of the Scottish Labour Party. The shadow international development secretary is the third person to join the leadership race after MSPs
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Greens ahead of Lib Dems in poll   - 10 Hours ago
The Green Party have outscored the Liberal Democrats in a national opinion poll - a finding that intensified pressure for it to be represented in a general election TV leaders' debate. YouGov research
  
    



Stormwater impact fee considered in Whitehall   - 10 Hours ago
In some places, the pipes are undersized. In others, they're old and need to be replaced. Heavy rains are sometimes too much for the storm-water system to handle. At those times, some Whitehall roads,
  
    



Seneca Valley graduate crowned Westminster homecoming queen   - 10 Hours ago
Liza Buechele and Blake Tyger were crowned Westminster College Homecoming queen and king during halftime festivities last week. Buechele, a junior communication studies major, is a daughter of Richard
  
    



PM feels 'moral duty' to cut taxes   - 11 Hours ago
David Cameron said he feels a "moral duty" to cut taxes but faced a Labour backlash over claims promised income tax changes would save the average worker £3,800 by 2020. The Prime Minister sought to
  
    



Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister Says UK Responsible for Dealing With Past   - 12 Hours ago
Oct 29, 2014 - 21:56 GMT BELFAST, October 29 (RIA Novosti) – The British Government has a "responsibility" to deal with the issues of the past, the Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland and former
  
    



Cameron rejects Scottish proposal on EU referendum   - 12 Hours ago
Oct 29, 2014 - 13:51 GMT By Kylie MacLellan and Alistair Smout LONDON/EDINBURGH Wed Oct 29, 2014 1:29pm GMT LONDON/EDINBURGH (Reuters) -
  
    



UK Government Pushed On NI Corporate Tax Decision »   - 12 Hours ago
Oct 29, 2014 - 14:32 GMT 29 October 2014 The Government-appointed Economic Advisory Group (EAG) in Northern Ireland has urged the UK Government to reach a decision soon
  
    
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