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Study says prosecutions include children and victims of trafficking and torture
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Rishi Sunak says interest from frozen funds should be sent to fund Ukrainian defences
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UNRWA chief says humanitarian work in Gaza compromised after donors froze funds over alleged Hamas links
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Parcelforce couriers have gone to court for the right to be classed as workers rather than self-employed owner drivers
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Parties motivated by wanting to make a contribution to resolving the conflict in Gaza could make time for a serious discussion rather than engaging in grubby gamesmanship
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The right to demonstrate is vital in a democracy. But protests outside my house put me at immense risk, writes Labour MP Jess Phillips
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Attempt to stir up US-style culture wars at odds with census figures, which show UK is less segregated and more diverse
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A conference this week will discuss a market being transformed by green energy, LNG and milder winters
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Donald Trump once again compared himself to infamous mob boss Al Capone during his speech at CPAC on Saturday 24 February. The former president went on to win the South Carolina primary, as he continues to solidify his prospects as the 2024 Republica ...
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With three new projects shortly to be released, the screen’s favourite hardman tells Alex Moshakis about politics, family, Sunday lunch and ‘cockney morality’
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Disappointment in the candidates is palpable in the town, where people feel let down and neglected by the main parties
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Opening on a street where Putin planned a conquerors’ parade two years ago, the shop’s very existence speaks of optimism. But an air of resignation prevails
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National security adviser Tzachi Hanegbi says ‘there is probably room to move towards an agreement’; Netanyahu reaffirms aim to send troops into Rafah
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The heir to the throne was suspiciously close to channelling the foreign secretary in his recent statement
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Zelensky said Moscow would not ‘destroy Ukraine’s dream’ as hundreds gathered to protest against war
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American and British fighter jets hit about 18 Houthi targets across multiple locations in Yemen
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Artists, writers and film-makers have long been inspired by the stories – and myths – of the 1984-5 strike. But how do those most affected by its legacy feel about the portrayals?
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Crowds of 90,000 packed a football stadium in Mexico for Copa 71, an unsanctioned tournament that is finally being remembered in a new documentary
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Demonstration against Welsh Labour policy included No Farmers No Food campaign calling for end to climate measures, and Welsh Tory leader