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Home Office seeks military help over migrant crossings
Union bosses have accused BA of "naked greed" by forcing cabin crew to take redundancy.
French leader calls for political change in Lebanon after this week's massive explosion
Teenagers in Scotland have been given their grades for exams they were unable to sit
The former SDLP leader - who helped end the Troubles - has died aged 83
Ministers insist it will be safe to return in September despite concerns from unions
Wed 22 Jul 2020
Labour pays damages to whistleblowers in bid to distance party from anti Semitism row
Fri 10 Jul 2020
Maternity care inquiry to examine 300 more cases
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