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Workers' pay 'below pre-crisis level'

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Clegg in drug law election pledge

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Parents 'let down again' over murder

Parents who overheard a judge saying victim statements made "no difference" to parole decisions say they have been "let down" again by the justice system


Former UK marine 'killed in Syria'

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Care workers 'being short changed'

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Workers 'worry over lack of pension'

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Murder charges after man's death

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Transparency call on university pay

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Minister questions benefit sanctions

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Sex abuse on industrial scale - PM

Children in the UK have suffered sexual abuse on an "industrial scale" with authorities failing to tackle the problem, David Cameron has said


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VIDEO: Sports diplomacy for prince in China

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VIDEO: Westminster repairs could cost £3bn

MPs and peers might have to leave the Palace of Westminster within 20 years, if repairs and modernisation work are not carried out


VIDEO: Phoenix Nights star thanks medics

Phoenix Nights comedian Ted Robbins said he is "eternally grateful" to the medical staff who treated him when he collapsed on stage


VIDEO: WW1 ship given new lease of life

A century after battering enemy positions in World War One, the only surviving British ship from the Gallipoli campaign, the HMS M33, is being given a new lease of life


VIDEO: Emwazi audio recording emerges

A recording has emerged in which the Islamic State fighter Mohammed Emwazi denied being an extremist and complained about UK security services


VIDEO: Detained plane spotters 'knew rules'

The relatives of three British men who say they were arrested while plane spotting in Dubai have spoken to BBC Breakfast


VIDEO: Spy inside al-Qaeda goes public

An agent who infiltrated al-Qaeda on behalf of British intelligence has spoken to the BBC for the first time, the BBC's Gordon Corera reports


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