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In France, the Front National was recently granted a €9m loan by a small financial institution to fund the party’s campaign for next year’s regional elections

Frank-Walter Steinmeier, left, and John Kerry in Vienna

One day to go until Iran nuclear deadline

But German diplomat claims an agreement with Tehran has 'never been closer'
The ScotRail franchise contract has been given to an offshoot of the state-owned Dutch national railways

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Anti-slavery activists rally outside Parliament

More than 35 million people worldwide are being held as slaves

The UK was named among the countries with the most comparatively effective response to modern slavery

A deal can not be brokered without Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's approval

Time running out for settlement to disarm Iran's nuclear programme

Deadline looms for talks in Vienna but few details appear settled

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks on the final day of the G20 Summit in Brisbane

David Cameron warns of new global economic crisis

PM says 'red lights are flashing on the dashboard of the economy'

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks on the final day of the G20 Summit in Brisbane

G20 summit: David Cameron pledges UK will ‘play its part’ in backing climate fund to help developing countries tackle emissions

Cameron risks wrath of MPs sceptical about global warming and opposed to foreign aid

David Cameron has promised to fire 'rocket boosters' under a controversial EU-US trade deal that he believes could be worth £10bn to the British economy

G20 summit: Cameron promises to fire 'rocket boosters' under controversial EU-US TTIP trade deal

Critics claim Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership would put the NHS at risk of being sold off to American health companies and lead to lower food standards

Tony Abbott’s government has scrapped carbon pricing

G20 Summit accepts last-minute commitment to address climate change

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is president of this year's G20 Summit

Soaring temperatures at G20 summit have left residents angry in Brisbane

Residents are furious that despite temperatures reaching up to 40 degrees security are delaying people throughout the city

Vladimir Putin leaves G20 early after criticism from world leaders over Ukraine

The president claimed he had important business to deal with in Russia but many believe he left early to avoid further criticism

David Cameron speaking at the Australian parliament

G20 summit: Britain snubs international union campaign on jobs and wages

David Cameron snubbed international trade unions at the G20 summit in Brisbane this weekend – even though jobs tops the agenda and other centre-right leaders have met them.

Mr Cameron has demanded that other members of the G20 put more money into fighting Ebola

G20 summit: Leaders tackle global governments over lack of Ebola aid

Statement will be seen as a victory for David Cameron, who pushed Ebola on to the agenda this weekend

Juncker blames controversial Luxembourg tax arrangements on language barriers

Mr Juncker survived Cameron's attempts to prevent him becoming president of the European Commission

David Cameron inspects the Federation Guard in Canberra

EU leaders to meet President Obama to discuss further action against Russia over Ukraine

President Vladimir Putin has condemned current sanctions as illegal

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