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Gred Dyke said Lord Patten’s presence was damaging the corporation, and he had mishandled the row over staff payoffs

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Italian army medical officer faces jail for saving life of pregnant cat

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German government buildings and charities were targets of GCHQ and NSA, says Edward Snowden

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The filterting of adult content has been backed by Prime Minister David Cameron as a method to stop young children accessing pornography online

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During angry exchanges over the scope and scale of American spies' snooping exposed by the NSA whistlewblower Edward Snowden, Angela Merkel reportedly told Barack Obama his country's conduct was reminiscent of the Stasi.

'The reaction to my vaginal knitting shows society is still telling a woman what to do with her body'

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The bulk collection of Americans’ phone records by the National Security Agency most likely runs counter to the US Constitution, a federal judge has ruled, labelling the technology behind the program as “almost-Orwellian.”

Free schools are failing meet their own targets according to Derpartment for Education figures

Over half of free schools do not attract enough pupils

Evidence shows that many new free schools are failing to meet their recruitment targets

You can STILL be jailed for being a republican, government confirms, and it remains illegal to even 'imagine' overthrowing the Queen

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Everyday Sexism blog reaches milestone of 50,000 posts

Laura Bates started blog less than two years ago to document accounts of discrimination 'so niggling and normalised that you don't even feel able to protest'

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Australian state announces 'sexting' laws

The new laws make it illegal for sexually explicit material to be shared with third parties without the consent of the original sender

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