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Sexual violence has topped the country's political agenda since the fatal gang rape of a 23-year-old medical student on a bus
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Gawker reports disapprovingly on "tits-and-drugs rag Vice" accidentally revealing the location of on-the-run John McAfee, the 67-year-old founder of the antivirus company, who has been in hiding since his neighbour was murdered last month.
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A new TV programme tracking urban foxes has been a surprise hit
Kenneth Clarke's plans to toughen up community orders by tracking offenders with high-tech ankle tags and ensuring every sentence is a punishment could increase reoffending, the Government's own impact assessment showed today.
The ‘green gym’ provides exercise, therapeutic relaxation ... and it’s dirt cheap, says top medic
GPs to stand against top Lib Dems and Tories in 2015 general election as more than 240 medics launch national campaign in letter to The Independent on Sunday
A group of Liberal Democrat MPs yesterday defied the party whip and sided with Labour to oppose the Government's Health Bill in the House of Commons.
Doctors' leaders have issued an extraordinary appeal to David Cameron for a truce in their vitriolic battle over the Government's health reforms.
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Two senior members of the Royal College of GPs have expressed concern that its public opposition to the Government's health Bill was not approved by the organisation's governing council.
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Mark Piesing looks at the contenders hoping to plot a fresh navigational path.
Here is a scene from the recent past that becomes baffling in the light of what followed. During the Conservative leadership contest in 2005, David Cameron had a private meeting with the MP John Redwood in an attempt to secure his support. As any candidate does in these circumstances, Cameron highlighted areas of common ground. Then he paused and said to Redwood: "I must be honest with you. I am sure you want to reform the NHS but I am not going to touch it."