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Syria crisis: why the UN Security Council is impotent

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The UN Security Council is expected to meet today to discuss the Syrian crisis and government-backed assault on Eastern Ghouta –

Six Nations: Scotland need ‘best-ever performance’ to beat England

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Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend has called on his side to produce their “best-ever performance” to beat England in the Six Nations on Saturday.

Oxfam scandal: what is the future for UK foreign aid?

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Revelations that Oxfam workers paid for prostitutes during Haiti’s 2010 earthquake have reopened a long-standing debate about whether the UK should cut the foreign aid budget.

Centrica to cut 4,000 jobs and sell UK nuclear holdings

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Centrica, the owner of British Gas, is cutting 4,000 jobs and sellings its nuclear holdings amid plummeting profits and customer numbers.

USS strike: lecturers on strike at 57 universities

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Students are demanding compensation for missed lessons as lecturers begin the biggest ever strike by university academics in UK history.