Lord Hill's links with a private lobbying firm could cost him a decent job in the Brussels Cabinet
Former Met detective believes his 1998 inquiry into abuse was 'all too uncomfortable to a lot of people'
Website challenges 'right to be forgotten' by archiving 'actions of censorship' online
Israel's Iron Dome intercepts Hamas rockets, but some analysts have questioned its effectiveness
Former officer Clive Driscoll says some senior officers never wanted a successful prosecution
Few politicians today have had real, demanding jobs before entering politics – and it shows
South American country could stage the tournament with Argentina on its 100th anniversary
Personal terms yet to be agreed as Chelsea wait in the wings. Liverpool eye Jay Rodriguez
'Glorious' National Portrait Gallery show distils brilliant, tragic life of Bloomsbury writer
'Yes, we're serious' say German MPs considering a return to old fashioned methods after US spy row
Cull of 'pale, male and stale' Tories makes room for women in largest reshuffle to date
New law criminalising drug use during pregnancy is 'well-intentioned' but dangerous, say doctors
Inflation rose from 1.5% in May to 1.9% in June, close to the Bank of England's 2% target
Demand for cheetahs as luxury pets in the Middle East is threatening wild populations
The ruins of a house and an car amid a torched landscape after wildfires in Washington State, USA. The region has been plagued by fires that razed hundreds of homes and forced numerous evacuations.
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