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"Nothing has changed," insisted the Prime Minister, despite appearing to announce a drastic change in policy...
Nothing has changed insisted the Prime Minister despite appearing to announce a

General election 2017: Surprise Tory U-turn on social care

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A new exhibition looks at the influence of some of the West Coast's most iconic creations on modern life...
A new exhibition looks at the influence of some of the West

California: Designing Freedom at the Design Museum

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"Being a star has made it possible for me to get insulted in places the average Negro could never hope to go and get insulted." - Sammy Davis Jnr
Being a star has made it possible for me to get insulted
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According to the NRC, 31 million people were forced to leave their homes in 2016, but remained in their home countries. They outnumbered refugees by a factor of two to one.
According to the NRC 31 million people were forced to leave their

Refugees in their own land: The untold story of the internally displaced

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"Have you tried turning it off and on again?"
"Have you tried turning it off and on again"

Donald Trump 'resets' relations with the Middle East

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Jeremy Corbyn will say today that the Labour Party would abolish university tuition fees as early as the autumn of this year. Those starting tertiary education in September would have their first year's fees written off retrospectively.

The Tories said more students from less well-off homes are now going to university than ever before.

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Jeremy Corbyn will say today that the Labour Party would abolish university

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Monday 22 May 2017

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Explore the cobbled lanes of Prague's Old Town, or rub shoulders with the rich and famous in Vegas...
Explore the cobbled lanes of Pragues Old Town or rub shoulders with

Five of the best bank holiday getaways

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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Sunday 21 May 2017

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If you live near one of these - get yourself down there this weekend...
If you live near one of these get yourself down there this weekend

Nine of the best chocolate shops in Europe

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Three hundred years, eleven generations and an innovative mix of old and new give birth to Ketel One - a vodka that challenges preconceptions.
Three hundred years eleven generations and an innovative mix of old and

Ketel One Vodka: A family affair

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Two bombshell reports heap more pressure on Donald Trump, a drug giant hikes pet drug prices by 1,900 per cent, and a pop legend describes her own music as 'crap'...

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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 20 May 2017

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The music world has been left reeling by the sudden death of Chris Cornell.
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It's not all about the flowers you know...
Its not all about the flowers you know

Where to dine during the Chelsea Flower Show

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"If two wrongs don't make a right, try three." - Richard Nixon
"If two wrongs don't make a right try three" Richard Nixon
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05/19/2017 at 09:08. Facebook
"May's intransigence could well be seen as a rebuke to pro-European Tories not to expect a more understanding hearing."
Mays intransigence could well be seen as a rebuke to proEuropean Tories

Conservative manifesto rules out any 'soft' Brexit

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused the Conservative Party of launching a "shameful attack on older people" in the manifesto unveiled by Theresa May yesterday.

He said the party had revealed itself to be the "nasty party" by forcing those in need of social care to pay for it with their own homes, albeit after they have died.

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused the Conservative Party of launching a

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 19 May 2017

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