الأربعاء، 30 يوليو، 2014

Latest news ,Home Page of the Guardian Thursday 31 / 07 / 2014

( World stands disgraced' as Israeli shelling of school kills at least 15 )
( David Cameron hints at giveaway for higher-rate taxpayers )
( UK embassy in Libya remains open as French flee fierce fighting )
( Turkish women defy deputy PM with laughter )
( Ebook sales: Amazon tells Hachette to give authors more, charge readers less )
( Ebola outbreak: Britain has expertise to cope, say ministers )
( Phone hacking: NoW’s Neil Wallis and Jules Stenson to be charged )
( YouTube star Dapper Laughs lands his own ITV2 dating show )
( London orbital railway on mayor's £1.3tn wishlist )
( Future of 144-year-old Eastbourne pier in doubt after major fire )



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( Homebuyers will need a £72,000 deposit if Tories win, says Labour )
( Labour finally comes out fighting in a 'summer offensive' )
( Ukip duo resign claiming 'occultists' have infiltrated the party )
( Greg Dyke criticises political intervention in BBC Trust appointment )
( Wading birds declining in the UK )
( Azelle Rodney shooting: former Met police officer to be charged with murder )
( Fifa: we will monitor Qatar's treatment of migrant World Cup workers closely )
( BA pilot charged with child abuse offences took his own life, coroner rules )
( HSBC shuts accounts of Muslim organisations, including Finsbury Park mosque )
( Rolf Harris's prison sentence will not be increased despite complaints )
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