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'It's like 1984': US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones in bizarre rant against Bilderberg Group on BBC1's Andrew Neil show

US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones lost his temper in spectacular style on live television on Saturday, accusing the Bilderberg Group of being “heavily involved in the EU plan”, which he described as a “Nazi plan” and shouting “Freedom will not stop” repeatedly to bemused guests.

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Scottish Conservative party conference: 'Pull UK together not apart', says Cameron

The United Kingdom should be "pulling together, not pulling apart", the Prime Minister will insist today.

US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel uses security conference to warn China on cyber attacks

Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel delivered a two-pronged message to Beijing — holding out hope for a slowly improving military relationship with the Asian giant while issuing a stern warning on cyber attacks coming from that country. But he was met with immediate scepticism from the Chinese delegation in the audience, who questioned America's role in the Pacific.

Motorola targets iPhone as Google goes on attack

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Apple will not make a spectacle of itself to challenge Google Glass

The Apple faithful looking on with envy as Google parades its hi-tech Glass are more likely to see an iWatch than a pair of iSpecs from the company, Apple's chief executive, Tim Cook, has suggested, saying the emerging market for wearable gadgets was "incredibly interesting".

Berlin to provide $1bn for Nazis’ Jewish victims

A fund for Jewish victims of Nazi crimes says it has reached an agreement for Berlin to provide $1bn (£655m) in homecare for victims.

Syria must become a 'resistance nation like Hezbollah' says President Bashar al-Assad

Syria's Assad regime agrees to attend first peace conference with rebels

Meeting would be the first time the Syrian government has met face-to-face with rebel groups since the start of the two year-long civil war

GP leaders clash with Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, over A&E crisis

GPs’ leaders have clashed with the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, in their increasingly acrimonious row over who is responsible for the crisis in Accident & Emergency departments.

One of the country's leading headteachers is to accuse Education Secretary Michael Gove of “chickening out” of bringing back a return to grammar schools

Leading headteacher: Michael Gove 'chickening out' on return of grammar schools

One of the country's leading headteachers is to accuse Education Secretary Michael Gove of “chickening out” of bringing back a return to grammar schools.

For Google, This World is Not Enough

Larry Page, the search engine's co-founder, hopes to apportion part of the world for "illegal" plans

'Not in the best interests of children': Headteachers vote no confidence in Michael Gove's reforms

Unions say vote 'sends strongest possible message' to Education Secretary and Government that policies are failing children

Julie Siddiqi, executive director of the Islamic Society of Britain, was one of the first Muslim figures to speak out on the issue

Imams to preach against grooming of girls for sex

Convictions of Muslims for child abuse prompt co-ordinated response from nation’s mosques

GCSE and A-Level grading this summer could be as chaotic as last year because quality of marking is still poor, leading school heads warn

School headmaster says major issue of shoddy marking needs to be tackled

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