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George Galloway's speech is being hailed as a landmark oration which could help save the Union.

George Galloway left with severe bruising after attack in Notting Hill by man 'shouting about the Holocaust'

Police were quickly on the scene and made an arrest

Lewis Pugh at the Thames Barrier after completing his Seven Seas challenge yesterday

We must protect our oceans, says seven seas swimmer Lewis Pugh

Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh has called on David Cameron and other political leaders to act to protect the oceans as he completed his challenge to swim the Seven Seas.

Theresa May has criticised 'the cowardly murder' of James Foley

Theresa May to introduce anti-jihadist powers to tackle 'deadly extremist ideology'

Theresa May believes the struggle will 'last for decades'

Detlef Guenzel during his trial at the court in Dresden, eastern Germany. The trial of the man accused of murdering a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists starts in Germany

German policeman denies murdering man he met on cannibalism website

Detlev Guenzel denies murder and his defence lawyer claims the victim killed himself

Forensic archaeologists to use radar in attempt to find body of man killed by IRA

Brendan Megraw was abducted in Belfast 36 years ago

The drone strikes followed reports that civilians were being attacked by insurgents

Iraq crisis: US launches fresh drone strikes

Forces attacked close to village after reports of massacre

The official report into the horsemeat scandal has been delayed

Horsemeat scandal: Defra denies delaying report to avoid embarrassing ministers

'The report will be published shortly' asserts spokeswoman

Cliff Richard on the set of This Morning last November

Cliff Richard: Police defend raid on home and say publicity led to fresh contacts

Police investigating an allegation against Sir Cliff Richard of sexual assault said on Friday that “a number of people” have come forward with information following a search of the singer’s home.

Haider Al-Abadi, the incoming Prime Minister, used to run a company repairing lifts

Haider Al-Abadi: From fixing the BBC’s lifts to running Iraq

The man tasked with unifying Iraq to save it from a takeover by Islamic extremists used to be in charge of repairing lifts at the BBC, it has emerged.

Common eel elvers have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years

Conservationist's claims that European eels are 'critically endangered' challenged by trader

Peter Wood, who owns the Gloucester-based UK Glass Eels, says that since the IUCN designation in 2010, the market has shrunk by 50 per cent
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Why her plays are as provocative now as when they were written
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Murder of Japanese hostage has grim echoes of another killing

Japanese mood was against what was seen as irresponsible trips to a vicious war zone
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The uniforms that make up modern life come to the fore