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The DreamWorks Animation boss thinks he's found a new way to make money from TV shows

Edward Snowden has claimed his disclosures were in the public interest

Snowden leaks published by the Guardian were damaging to security, says Nick Clegg

His comments follow those earlier this week from Andrew Parker, the new head of MI5, who launched a scathing attack on the leaks

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Sheikh Mohammed launches internal investigation after police seize drugs from Dubai jet

British horse racing's governing body says there is no link between the seizure of unlicensed veterinary products reportedly from a Dubai government private jet and the doping-stained Godolphin racing operation run by the country's ruling monarch, Sheikh Mohammed.

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2022 tournament comes in for criticism in investigation

The Qatar University stadium is pictured in this artists impression

World Cup organisers 'appalled' at investigation which claims those working on the Qatar 2022 tournament face 'modern-day slavery' conditions

The Guardian has produced a report and video making serious allegations

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The actor said there is 'no truth' to rumours he will play the Queen singer

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Half a million people 'like' Cambridge - but the rest of Britain's top universities are not nearly so well loved

iOS 7: Apple promises to fix glitch allowing hackers to bypass lockscreen

Company insists it 'takes user security very seriously'

Bomb threat: Nuclear fallout at Hiroshima

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Incident over North Carolina was just days after President John F Kennedy's inauguration in 1961

Mike Summerbee played a starring role in City's victory

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Blairites fight back with release of Damian McBride aides' emails

Hundreds of emails sent between Tony Blair’s closest allies as he fought with Gordon Brown for the leadership of the Labour Party were released tonight in an apparent attempt to pre-empt the serialisation of Damian McBride’s book.

Mirror website sees more than 100 per cent traffic in wake of Sun.co.uk paywall

The Mirror Group Digital website has enjoyed a rise of more than 100 per cent annual growth in its traffic after the rival Sun.co.uk site was made into a subscription only service.

Clegg said there was no prospect of an early end to the coalition

Lib Dem conference: Nick Clegg slaps down Vince Cable and insists Coalition will continue 'all the way' to 2015

Rebuke comes after Business Secretary used his keynote speech to aggressively attack the Tories

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