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One of the historical child sexual abuse victims has launched a legal challenge against the appointment of Fiona Woolf to chair the inquiry over her social links with Lord Brittan.
Yesterday, the paedophile inquiry head confirmed she had dined twice at Lord Brittan's house and hosted the Tory peer
The chair of the Government's historic child sex abuse inquiry Fiona Woolf herself over having any links with Lord Brittan following calls to quit chairing the investigation.
Ms Woolf has been appointed as a replacement of Lady Butler-Sloss to lead the paedophile inquiry after the
Three people have died and three more have been injured after remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo brought high winds of up to 70mph and heavy rain to batter Britain on Tuesday.
The hurricane began on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, when it hit the island of Bermuda last week.
But Gonzalo is no
The Shadow chancellor Ed Balls has made an attempt to reassure London homeowners that Labour party plans for a new mansion tax will not affect most of them by saying the planned threshold of £2m would rise in line with the house prices.
Mr Balls has also revealed that the newly proposed mansion tax
U.K. police officers have been cleared to travel to Thailand to help investigate the murders of two young British tourists Hannah Witheridge and David Miller after the country's military ruler dropped his objections.
Miss Witheridge, 23, from Great Yarmouth, and Mr Miller, 24, from Jersey, were
Four London suspects have been charged on Friday with plotting acts of terrorism against police officers in London inspired by militant extremist group Islamic State.
The Scotland Yard has revealed that the west London men are accused of swearing an oath of allegiance to IS, which now controls
The Conservative Party’s second attempt to legislate an EU referendum through the House of Commons has cleared its first parliamentary hurdle on Friday.
The initial hurdle to Conservative backbencher Bob Neill's bill to provide an in/out referendum on Britain’s European Union membership by the
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