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UK no place for 'dirty money' - PM

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Foreigners must be stopped from buying UK homes with "plundered" cash and a "global effort" is needed to beat corruption, David Cameron will say later.
28 July 2015 From the section UK Politics
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Nato set for emergency Syria talks
Nato countries are to hold a emergency meeting to discuss Turkey's campaign against the Islamic State group and Kurdish militants.
28 July 2015 From the section Europe
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Undercover policing inquiry to open
The judge leading a public inquiry into undercover policing is making his opening statement later on Tuesday.
28 July 2015 From the section UK
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No need for another referendum - PM
27 July 2015 From the section Scotland politics

Will battle daughter wins £164,000

28 July 2015 From the section Beds, Herts & Bucks

Police investigating drug claim peer

27 July 2015 From the section UK Politics

Stafford NHS trust 'must improve'

28 July 2015 From the section Stoke & Staffordshire

Apple fake factory 'caught in China'

28 July 2015 From the section Business

South Korea declares 'end' to Mers

28 July 2015 From the section Asia

US Boy Scouts lift ban on gay leaders

28 July 2015 From the section US & Canada

Boy died after 'slipping into pipe'

27 July 2015 From the section Sheffield & South Yorkshire

Cell Block H star on child sex charges

27 July 2015 From the section Australia

The Papers

Corruption crackdown and wills warning

A crackdown on corruption and a landmark ruling on wills make the front pages, as the Lord Sewel story rumbles on.

27 July 2015

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27 July 2015 From the section UK Politics

The Reporters

What drives women to terrorist acts?

Bridget Kendall

Diplomatic correspondent

28 July 2015 From the section World

How NSA and GCHQ spied on the world

28 July 2015 From the section UK

The message from America

Gavin Hewitt

Chief correspondent

28 July 2015 From the section US & Canada

Features

Leftover leave

Americans often don't use the little holiday time they have

27 July 2015 From the section US & Canada

Olive v sunflower

Michael Mosley on which oil is the healthiest to cook with

28 July 2015 From the section Magazine

Fluffy-saurus

Why do we like to believe that dinosaurs were scaly?

28 July 2015 From the section Magazine

'Back of the net'

Keeping track of Britain's most threatened duck

28 July 2015 From the section Science & Environment

Private database

Why did HSBC shut down bank accounts?

28 July 2015 From the section Magazine

The Vocabularist

What are the roots of the word 'tunnel'?

28 July 2015

Explainers

Self-driving cars are a distant prospect

28 July 2015 From the section Business

Labour leader contender: Andy Burnham

28 July 2015 From the section UK Politics

Can Lord Sewel stay in the Lords?

27 July 2015 From the section UK Politics

Sport

SPORT 'I can rediscover form in brutal Test arena'

England batsman Ian Bell says he is a 'world-class cricketer' at his best and is hopeful of producing better in the third Ashes Test.

27 July 2015 From the section Cricket

SPORT 'Red Bull are high maintenance' - Renault

27 July 2015 From the section Formula 1

SPORT Ashes still wide open despite defeat - Edwards

27 July 2015 From the section Women's Cricket

SPORT 'People like Blatter deserve the Nobel Prize' - Putin

28 July 2015 From the section Football

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