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Cull of 'pale, male and stale' Tories makes room for women in largest reshuffle to date
Critics say the 'emergency' Drip data law will allow scrutiny of Facebook, iCloud, email and text messages
Cameron gives government a feminine makeover in an effort to win the 2015 general election
Football-loving Chancellor seems more popular than ever after Germany's World Cup success
And there's one grey-haired old lag who can't be sacked despite his many faux-pas - Vince Cable
Committee wants to quiz former prime minister over ‘comfort letters’
New spending review reveals annual deficit of £100m, raising fears that free healthcare could end
It may have cross-party support, but first-tracking measures on eve of MPs' holidays is controversial
Strike action expected to be largest in three years, but Cameron plans to impose tough new strike laws
Harman accuses Gordon Brown of discrimination and David Cameron of 'window dressing'
A soldier stands guard at a medical checkpoint in Nikabo, Sierra Leone. As health authorities in the country continue efforts to contain the disease, the army is enforcing controls designed to prevent Ebola spreading from one village to another.
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