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Cabal of fat cats court ministers in Brussels as campaigners make progress against trade deal
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Business secretary exonerated over shambolic privatisation
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RACIST Dutch politician Geert Wilders will be prosecuted for discrimination and inciting hatred against Moroccans during March election campaigning, prosecutors said...
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TRADE unions organising within state-run Coal India Ltd warned today that they intended to pull members out on a five-day strike in the new year.
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CHAMPIONS of privatisation always insist that its beauty lies in private companies bearing the risk of investment in public services and so sparing the need for...
Conservatives have been encouraging donations by sending out leaflets to wealthy donors warning that only the Tories can stop Labourâ€™s mansion tax. SOLOMON HUGHES investigates
Symon Hill takes a long look at the Christmas truce of 1914 and how fraternisation is the best way to avoid military conflict
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Members unsure whether to publish ethics investigator report
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A play about the ceasefire between British and German troops at Christmas in 1914 doesnâ€™t entirely convince, says GORDON PARSONS
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Unbroken, Exodus: Gods and Kings, Big Eyes and Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb