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  The one thing public sector workers were hoping for from today’s budget was a pay rise after caps and freezes over the last seven years. There were also calls for dramatic changes...
  Dramatic footage has emerged showing the defection of a North Korean soldier under a hail of gunfire from his former comrades. The officer suffered multiple gunshot wounds as he fled...
  The Bosnian general who ordered the slaughter of thousands of Muslim men and boys in the early 1990s has been found guilty of genocide. But Ratko Mladic didn’t hear the verdict as he...
  Why has the economy failed to deliver for the Chancellor? And what are the implications for tax and spend?
  Housing is already dominating the headlines, but not necessarily for the reasons the Chancellor would have hoped for.
  A joke about cough sweets didn’t sugar the pill – the economic forecasts in Philip Hammond’s second budget this year were much gloomier than those he announced in...
  This was not a transformatory Budget but the OBR figures on projected growth do threaten to change things in a big way. A 0.5% cut in trend growth sounds like...
  Jeremy Corbyn made a rare PMQs foray into Brexit focusing in his first question on Ireland.
  People poured on to the streets, cheering and dancing with joy at the news that Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe had resigned.
  Robert Mugabe's letter of resignation brings to an end his 37-year-old leadership in Zimbabwe.
  Our Economics Correspondent Helia Ebrahimi has gone to one of the areas of lowest productivity in the UK to examine what's going on.
  As ministers continue to wrangle over the new figure that will settle the Brexit bill with Europe, the Chancellor Philip Hammond has been doing his own final sums ahead of tomorrow’s budget.
  The Irish Government  said today that Britain will not break the deadlock in the Brexit negotiations simply by offering to pay more money to the EU.
  Joining Krishnan in the studio to debate the state of the NHS is Jane Dacre, the president of the Royal College of Physicians
  Doctors leaders’ have warned the government that as winter approaches, the NHS is facing unprecedented pressures. The Royal College of GPs has written to the Chancellor Philip Hammond...
  He was his country's liberator, but Zimbabwe was held in thrall to Robert Mugabe for far too long. Today the build-up of pressure of almost four decades of...
  It’s over, ending 37 years of tyranny, corruption, self-enrichment and systemic abuse of human rights. Mugabe has finally resigned.  
  North Korea has obtained the money, knowledge and materials to build nuclear missiles which - it claims - can reach American soil. But it would be in this position without help from ...
  Refusing all demands to step down, Zimbabwe’s embattled President Robert Mugabe has summoned his cabinet to meet first thing tomorrow, even as the country’s ruling party...
  An American television presenter has claimed that African-American staff at Fox News are consistently marginalised – as he gave evidence to the competition watchdog investigating the...
  The sinister American cult leader Charles Manson, who directed his acolytes to carry out a series of ritualistic murders in 1969, has died at the age of 83. He was once described as “the...
  The elections watchdog has opened an investigation into the Vote Leave campaign’s spending during the Brexit referendum, and into substantial donations which Vote Leave made...
  There’s more political upheaval in Germany, where talks on forming a coalition government have collapsed. Germany’s president has appealed to party leaders to reconsider after the Free...
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