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The Royal Navy’s submarine base at Faslane is to receive a £500million investment grant from the Government, in a move which George Osborne says will safeguard 6,700 jobs at the Scottish site and create thousands more
Cash will be spent performing refurbishment at Faslane's Royal Navy base
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Professors have banned words including 'the man', 'coloured people' and 'male and female'

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Labour will have 'lost the plot' if it doesn’t listen to Tony Blair and elects Jeremy Corbyn as the party’s next leader, Andy Burnham has warned
Two weeks ago Mr Burnham criticised former PM for making 'dire predictions'
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According to a report, the number of senior doctors on duty at weekends in hospital A&E departments is about half the level of cover during the week
Death rates are up to 15 per cent higher if a patient is treated on a weekend
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The British ambassador to Egypt, John Casson, said that the ruling would ‘undermine confidence in Egypt’s stability'
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Ameena Saeed Hasan says most Yazidis no longer feel safe in their country after Isis attacks
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Campaigners say that disabled people have been disproportionately hit by Iain Duncan Smith's welfare reforms
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Chris Christie, a would-be Republican candidate for the White House, has called for visitors to the US to be tracked until they have left, as if they were courier packages
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Smaller farms are at a disadvantage compared with large ones, which receive government aid and loans
Small holdings are at the mercy of local officials who demand the slaughter of their animals to prevent spread of swine feve
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A restored version of the Amber Room in 2003. The train is thought to contain original pieces from the palace, estimated to be worth £250m
Rumours of train have swirled around Polish town for years
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Sir John Chilcot first announced the terms of reference of his inquiry into the causes of the Iraq war in 2009
Sir John's initial report accused of being 'riddled with errors'
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A military agreement signed with Turkey on 22 July is a betrayal of the Kurds - the only force to have effectively resisted the jihadis in Syria, writes Patrick Cockburn
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According to newly-released correspondence, Prince Charles privately lobbied Alex Salmond as Scotland’s First Minister to seek money or political backing for causes including a stately home and his Highlands food brand
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No end in sight: More drama to come in the phone-hacking scandal

Like the Wars of the Roses, Frank Sinatra’s much-postponed retirement and the proceedings of the Chilcot inquiry, the newspaper phone-hacking scandal seems to go on for ever. With the conclusion of the Leveson investigation into the British press, and the jailing of some journalists, many in the industry may have hoped that, using a contemporary phrase, a “line might be drawn” under this unrelenting media nightmare.

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New figures reveal the region where house prices are rising faster than London.

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For many of us, a view of the sea is as good as it gets. And these spectacular coastal charmers, complete with clifftop views and private steps to the beach, show us exactly why homes in these top seaside spots are more popular than ever.

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TOWIE raised its profile, and now Crossrail is set to boost this north-east London spot where families and savvy investors are busy snapping up homes.

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Kate Moss chose to rent an Italian villa in Spoleto when visiting the area for her agent's wedding. And now the once exclusive Umbrian cottage is available to rent for a budget-friendly £72 a night.

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As Londoners are pushed further from the capital’s centre in search of homes they can afford, Zone 4 has become the budget frontier.

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