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David Cameron opened the door yesterday for Britain to give sanctuary to some of the most vulnerable Syrian refugees trapped in appalling conditions in neighbouring countries.

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EU admits it has no power to enforce its 'binding' 2030 renewable energy targets

The EU’s energy policy was thrown into disarray today after a senior official admitted that the bloc had no power to enforce the "binding" target it had just proposed, to generate 27 per cent of its power from renewable sources by 2030.

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A green, competitive Europe doesn’t need them and shouldn’t have them

Supreme Court Justices leave the Supreme Court to in London, where a ruling against HS2 objectors was made on Wednesday

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The seven Supreme Court Justices voted unanimously against the claims

A pro-European protester throws a Molotov cocktail towards riot police during clashes in Kiev

Ukraine protests: 'At least two demonstrators killed' in Kiev as clashes intensify

Security forces have chased protesters away from the site

Jobbik leader Gabor Vona is coming to London this weekend to host a rally

Rise of the right: Theresa May under pressure as the leader of ultra-nationalist Hungarian party Jobbik prepares UK visit

The Home Secretary is under increasing pressure from Jewish groups and others to ban the Hungarian ultra-nationalist party from spreading hatred at a London rally this weekend

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More than a quarter of young Brits still with their parents

More than a quarter of young Brits still live with their parents as the economic downturn and rising house prices prevent them from moving out.

IMF raises UK growth forecast to 2.4%

Mark Carney free to keep rates low as IMF warns against withdrawing stimulus too soon

Salil Shetty, the head of Amnesty International

'Politics before people': EU leaders have no credibility to pressure other nations on human rights, says Amnesty International head Salil Shetty

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