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It is thought to be the worst tragedy to hit Eid in more than two decades
19,000 to 25,000 Britons are believed to be in Saudi Arabia for the annual pilgrimage
While the outcome of the debate remains uncertain, some of those taking part have explained where they stand, and why
None of the the 63 composers on the Edexcel program were women
Committee is investigating if multinationals are favoured by EU members
Exclusive: Dr Andrew Breeze says he did exist – but was a general, not a king
Around 60 people were to be expelled from the UK today by the Home Office
Raja Bhatia 'told colleagues' that he had found a security hole in Nerve.com
The collection of 5,000 images had been built up for decades prior to his death
Some are being replaced with artwork that reflects 'a peaceful society'
Data dump includes users in countries where homosexuality or adultery is punishable by death
The MP for Edinburgh West said she was one of many people whose identity had been 'harvested' by hackers calling itself the Impact Team
The 'incident screens' have only been used 18 times to deter rubberneckers on some of the country’s busiest motorways since April 2013
The 17-year-old discovered there were no women amongst the 63 composers featured on the Edexcel A-level music syllabus