الثلاثاء، 29 يوليو، 2014

Latest news ,Home Page of the Guardian Tuesday 29 / 07 / 2014

( Bank of England governor blasts 'unlawful' Lloyds over bailout funding )
( Stronger western sanctions on Russia likely within 48 hours )
( Qatar World Cup: migrants wait a year to be paid for building offices )
( Usain Bolt gives media and fans the slip at Commonwealth Games )
( Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson ‘deliberately used offensive racial term’ )
( Jeremy Clarkson's past Top Gear controversies )
( Hand hospitals over to their staff, says Francis Maude )
( EU migrants to Britain face further restrictions on welfare payments )
( Stormy weather and hail bring disruption to southern England )
( Boris Johnson rules out 'poor door' ban on London housing developments )


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( Clips don't lie: video of Oxford students' a cappella cover draws Shakira's praise )
( A Streetcar Named Desire review – Gillian Anderson gives stellar performance )
( Help for Heroes conman faces long jail sentence after admitting fraud )
( FSA inspects chicken abattoirs at request of health secretary )
( Trapped in Qatar: the migrants who helped build the 'tower of football' )
( My Edinburgh festival nightmare: comedians on their fringe hell )
( David Ruffley to stand down at the next election after assault on ex-girlfriend )
( David Cameron: 'slut' insult is never appropriate )
( Artist Alison Lapper given honorary doctorate )
( Trinity Mirror sets aside £4m to deal with phone-hacking claims )
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