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Foreign office Director Robert Hannigan has been appointed as new chief of Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the electronic eavesdropping agency that was scrutinised after leaks by former US analyst Edward Snowden. 

Mr Hannigan, 49, is currently serving at the post of FO director

U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage has rejected the allegation by a newspaper that he had misused taxpayer-funded allowances from the European Parliament as shocking.

The Eurosceptic UKIP leader is accused of receiving EU fund to run his constituency office when it is provided to him

Clegg announces scheme to build three new garden cities

The deputy Prime Minister nick Clegg has announced a plan to build three new garden cities, each with more than 15,000 homes to ease down the "chronic" housing shortage.

Mr Clegg has said that the cities that are planned to be built between Oxford and Cambridge, will contain, "high-quality homes in

A 42-year-old London Marathon contender has died after a man has died after completing the race and collapsing at the finish line.

According to the event’s organisers, the male runner had received immediate medical attention when he completed Sunday's marathon. It is believed that the

A gay bank employee faces life sentence after being found guilty for murdering his wife in order to stop her from exposing his homosexuality.

Wolverhampton Crown Court has heard that Jasvir Ram Ginday, 29, from Walsall, attacked his Indian wife Varkha Rani, 24, just after six months of their

Scottish independence support requires 3-6% swing to win referendum

Two new polls on Scotland’s independence suggest that ‘Yes’ campaign requires a swing of 3 to 6 per cent to win the referendum with only 160 days left for the voting to take place.

A Survation poll reveals that the independence campaign support sits at 44% against 56% for the union, for the

Former deputy speaker of the House of Commons Nigel Evans has been cleared by a jury at Preston Crown Court of committing a string of sexual offences against seven young men.

After the trial, Evans, 56, was found not guilty of one count of rape, five sexual assaults, one attempted sexual assault

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