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She came under criticism from members of her own party who distanced themselves from her remarks

As cardinals gather to elect Pope, Catholic officials break into a sweat over news that priests share €23m building with huge gay sauna

A day ahead of the papal conclave, faces at the scandal-struck Vatican were even redder than usual after it emerged that the Holy See had purchased a €23 million (£21 million) share of a Rome apartment block that houses Europe’s biggest gay sauna.

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A tour led by the capital's street children shows Harriet O'Brien a different side of the city

Irfan Khalid (left), Irfan Naseer and Ashik Ali, all from Birmingham, who were found guilty at Woolwich Crown Court of being

Guilty: the ringleaders who plotted a terror spectacular to rival 9/11

Police hails success of the largest counter-terrorism operation since airline plot of 2006

Indian Bollywood actor Aamir Khan

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David Cameron pushes Tycoon contract as Indian PM airs concerns over Anglo-Italian helicopter firm AgustaWestland 'corruption'

Allegations threaten £500m deal for AgustaWestland to transport VIPs

Cameron backs AgustaWestland despite Indian bribery scandal

David Cameron threw his weight behind UK helicopter maker AgustaWestland on a trip to India yesterday despite the company being engulfed in a corruption scandal in the country.

David Cameron was ranked joint fifth in a poll of 8 prime ministers, ahead of only Sir John Major and Gordon Brown

David Cameron pledges more visas for trade with India

David Cameron has arrived in India with the biggest ever overseas trade delegation for a three day visit in which he hopes to announce deals that will create 500 jobs in Britain.

We need more top-placed women, says David Cameron

PM urges major institutions to remove barriers to female success in workplace

PM denounces 'aggressive' tax avoidance by international firms

Cameron stresses 'moral' case for companies to pay fair share in return for governments seeking to keep taxes low

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Benitez and Terry best of friends as Chelsea stroll

Nick Clegg will point to countries such as Germany, the US and India as examples to follow

We're too dependent on London and the city is to blame, warns Nick Clegg

Lib Dem leader to offer stark assessment of an unbalanced Britain in speech to be given today

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DfE staff 'subjected to intimidation'

Australia will face the West Indies again in Sunday’s final

Have Australia fallen to most shameful collapse?

In the history of Australian batting collapses Wednesday's will go down as one of their worst – but they may not be shedding too many tears.

Top bid: $1m-rated Glenn Maxwell in action during Australia’s 54-run one-day victory over West Indies in Perth yesterday

England stars left in shade of million dollar Glenn Maxwell

For the second year running, England internationals Matt Prior and Ravi Bopara failed to attract any bids at the player auction for the Indian Premier League.

The judge said of Headley: 'I don’t have any faith in Mr Headley when he says he’s a changed person and believes in the American way of life'

Scout for 2008 Mumbai attackers gets 35 years in jail

David Headley received a reduced sentence for co-operating with prosecutors

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