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Cameron to announce India cybercrime partnership

By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron is set to announce a partnership between India and Britain on the issue of cybercrime today (February 19th).

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Ed Miliband pledges return to 10p income tax rate

By Laura Moulden Ed Miliband has pledged to bring back the 10 pence starting rate of income tax if Labour wins the next general election.

Scottish independence: UK government sets out legal implications

By Laura Moulden The British government has released a factual analysis of the legal implications surrounding the issue of Scottish Independence today (February 11th).

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EU budget faces first ever cuts

By Lauren Grice The European Union's (EU's) budget could see cuts for the first time since its inception.

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Cameron brands EU budget ‘too high’

By Lauren Grice David Cameron has described the European Union's (EU's) long-term budget as "too high" and called Britain's place in the federation into question.

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Gay marriage bill approved despite Tory backbench rebellion

By Gerald Heneghan MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) bill, in spite of opposition from Conservative Party backbenchers.

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Cameron visits Liberia to co-chair UN meeting

By Lauren Grice David Cameron is set to co-chair a United Nations (UN) meeting in Liberia as part of his tour of Africa.

Argentina pulls out of Falklands talks

By Gerald Heneghan Argentina has declined an offer to meet representatives of the Falklands Islands' government in London.

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Cameron pledges support for Libya

By Lauren Grice David Cameron has pledged British assistance for the Libyan police and army in a surprise visit to the country.

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Cameron EU proposals gain backing of business leaders

By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron's proposals on renegotiating Britain's relationship with the European Union (EU) have gained the backing of British business leaders.

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