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John Humphrys asks: are foreign students benefiting Britain? Immigration has become one of the hottest issues in British politics. It is in largely responsible for UKIP’s recent successes and will stay at the forefront of political argument in the months leading up to next May’s general election. But Lord Heseltine, ...
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John Humphrys asks: should Britain use force in Iraq? The desperate plight of thousands of Yazidi refugees trapped without food, water or shelter in the sweltering heat on Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq has appalled the world. An international humanitarian relief effort has been mounted to rescue them and David ...
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54% of British people approve of US air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq – but they are divided over British involvement in any military effort President Obama has authorised targeted air strikes in Iraq against Islamic State (IS) militants, formerly known as ISIS. The president said the US ...
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A theoretical Boris Johnson-led Conservative party gains the support of some UKIP voters, but loses other Conservatives London Mayor Boris Johnson intends to stand for Parliament in the next election, he has announced. The politician, who has been mayor of the UK capital since 2008 and was formerly a Conservative ...
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