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Islam is no more culpable for the Woolwich attack than white people are for Nick Griffin.
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"We are deeply concerned to see the number of state-funded religious schools in England continue to rise. These schools are allowed to select all their teachers and up to half their pupils in the basis of their faith." - BHA Faith Schools Campaigner Richy Thompson
GPs' leaders are engaging in a bitter exchange of insults with health secretary Jeremy Hunt today, as relations between the government and health professionals reaches a new low.
Net immigration registered a sharp fall in the 12 months to September 2012, figures released today show, with much of the drop due to falling student numbers.
David Cameron has insisted yesterday's killing in Woolwich was a betrayal of Islam, amid concerns about a wave of anti-Muslim violence.
A man has been murdered in London in what is understood to be a terrorist killing of a British soldier.
European countries are being "too slow" in creating a single energy market, Jose Manuel Barroso has complained at the end of this month's European council.
Google would stay in Britain even if Ed Miliband unilaterally strengthened the country's tax transparency laws, the Labour leader has told Politics.co.uk.
Former Labour MP Eric Joyce has been arrested once again following an altercation with airport staff in Edinburgh, the police have revealed.
Boris Johnson insisted he would have ultimate authorisation on when police use a water cannon against demonstrators, during Mayoral Question Time this morning.
David Cameron has promised his party he will be "absolutely focused" on the coalition's core issues for the remainder of this parliament, in his latest attempt to reconnect with his divided and fractious party grassroots.
No 10 has offered a partial U-turn by allowing some Afghan translators to settle in Britain.
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