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Ukraine crisis: EU postpones Russia sanctions ahead of Minsk talks – latest

Ukraine crisis: EU postpones Russia sanctions ahead of Minsk talks - latest
Live updates on diplomatic attempts to solve the Ukraine conflict, as Angela Merkel visits Barack Obama in Washington and preparations build for Minsk summit Mr Obama says the issues have been sufficiently clarified, and Iran "needs to make a decision". Last November, Iran, the United States, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia failed to resolve their 12-year stand-off ... Full story

Same-sex couples begin getting marriage licenses in Ala.

Same-sex couples begin getting marriage licenses in Ala.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court denied the state's request to extend a hold on a federal judge's earlier ruling. Judge Alan King of Jefferson County Probate Court in Birmingham issued the first license to two women, making Alabama the 37th state where gays legally can ... Full story

Lib Dems win Eastleigh by-election as Tories pushed into third by Ukip

Lib Dems win Eastleigh by-election as Tories pushed into third by Ukip
David Cameron was last night pushed into third place in the Eastleigh by-election, sparking major questions over his leadership amid growing doubts that the Conservatives can win the next general election. Despite the by-election being called after the resignation of Chris Huhne, the disgraced Liberal Democrat Cabinet minister – and the sexual harassment scandal facing the ... Full story
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Osborne vows to stick to Coalition’s economic plan despite loss of Britain’s triple A credit rating

Osborne vows to stick to Coalition's economic plan despite loss of Britain's triple A credit rating
George Osborne has vowed to stick to the Coalition’s economic plans even after Britain lost its cherished AAA credit rating amid concern about weak growth and rising debt. In a symbolic blow to the Government’s economic plans, Moody’s, one of the biggest global credit ratings agencies, downgraded Britain. The agency said it had acted because of “continuing ... Full story

Britain ‘on the brink’ of energy crisis, warns regulator

Britain 'on the brink' of energy crisis, warns regulator
Households must prepare for a sharp rise in energy bills within two years as Britain comes “dangerously” close to power shortages, the chief executive of Ofgem has warned. The country would become more reliant on foreign gas to generate electricity as European Union pollution laws meant the dirtiest coal-fired stations had to shut, said Alistair Buchanan, ... Full story

Right to light under threat in planning law shake-up

Right to light under threat in planning law shake-up
Historic laws which guarantee householders the right to enjoy the light which comes into their homes could be scrapped to encourage the building of large developments, it has been announced. In a new assault on planning rules, the Law Commission began a consultation, which is backed by ministers, which could lead to the centuries-old entitlement ... Full story
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Mid Staffs crisis: police to study new evidence

Mid Staffs crisis: police to study new evidence
Police and prosecutors are examining new evidence about the Stafford Hospital scandal that could lead to criminal charges, The Daily Telegraph has learnt. Matthew Ellis, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, disclosed that detectives were examining “information not in the public domain” relating to deaths at the hospital. A public inquiry has found that up to ... Full story

Horse meat in school dinners

Horse meat in school dinners
Schoolchildren have been given meals containing horse meat, DNA tests confirmed for the first time on Friday. Councils throughout the country urgently withdrew processed beef dishes from menus on Friday after cottage pies containing horse meat were sent to 47 schools. British hospital patients have been given beef meals containing equine DNA, it emerged, as the scandal ... Full story

State of the Union 2013: live

State of the Union 2013: live
Live coverage as Barack Obama delivers the first State of the Union of his second term, laying out policy on the economy, Afghanistan and nuclear weapons 03.55 (22.55) Marco Rubio, the young Florida senator tipped to be one of the Republican front runners in 2016, just delivered his party's official response to Obama's State of the ... Full story

Pope Benedict XVI resigns: pontiff ‘too frail in mind and body to carry on’

Pope Benedict XVI resigns: pontiff 'too frail in mind and body to carry on'
In the age of 24-hour news, email and Twitter, few announcements of state are kept a secret before they are made, even fewer have the power to make the world stop in disbelief. But Monday morning a declaration in Latin, delivered in a faltering voice to 50 cardinals in Rome, stopped millions of people in their ... Full story

Stafford scandal: Jeremy Hunt calls for police inquiry into NHS

Stafford scandal: Jeremy Hunt calls for police inquiry into NHS
Police should investigate the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of patients at the Mid Staffordshire NHS hospitals in the wake of the public inquiry, the Health Secretary says. In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Jeremy Hunt says it is “absolutely disgraceful” that no doctors, nurses or managers have been held to account for the substandard care ... Full story
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3,000 more patients have died needlessly in hospital

3,000 more patients have died needlessly in hospital
More than 3,000 people may have died unnecessarily at five NHS trusts in a crisis that could dwarf the horrors at Mid Staffordshire, which were detailed in a devastating report on Wednesday. An investigation began on Wednesday night into excessive mortality rates at the five trusts – the same warning sign that exposed the needless deaths ... Full story

Cameron accused of dividing Conservatives as MPs rebel on gay marriage vote

Cameron accused of dividing Conservatives as MPs rebel on gay marriage vote
David Cameron was on Tuesday night accused of dividing the Conservative party as more Tory MPs voted against legalising gay marriage than voted in favour. The Prime Minister won his first Commons battle to legalise same-sex marriage by a margin of 400 votes to 175. But his victory came at the cost of a major split in ... Full story
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Justin Welby urged to provide ‘wisdom’ for the smartphone age – as he is ‘sentenced’ to be Archbishop

Justin Welby urged to provide 'wisdom' for the smartphone age - as he is 'sentenced' to be Archbishop
The new Archbishop of Canterbury has been sworn in with a call to provide leadership in an age where “even phones are smart but all too few people are wise”. Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, told the Most Rev Justin Welby, that he would lead the Church of England amid an age of seemingly ... Full story

New Archbishop of Canterbury challenges David Cameron on gay marriage

New Archbishop of Canterbury challenges David Cameron on gay marriage
The new Archbishop of Canterbury will issue a challenge to David Cameron by voicing opposition to gay marriage on the eve of the first parliamentary vote on the controversial new law. In his first official day as leader of the Church of England, the Rt Rev Justin Welby is expected to say that marriage should remain ... Full story

Is horse meat still on sale in Britain?

Is horse meat still on sale in Britain?
The Polish supplier at the centre of the horse meat scandal is continuing to sell beef to at least six British companies, The Daily Telegraph has learnt. Food Service, one of Poland’s biggest meat processors, is suspected by Irish authorities to be the source of beef products that contained up to a third horse meat, it ... Full story

Dangers of toxic hip implants used in Britain kept secret for years

Dangers of toxic hip implants used in Britain kept secret for years
A company sold toxic hip implants used in thousands of operations in Britain knowing for at least three years that they were potentially dangerous, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Depuy, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, continued to market “metal on metal” hip implants after a leading British surgeon warned in emails to an executive of the manufacturer ... Full story

No more defence cuts, says David Cameron

No more defence cuts, says David Cameron
Defence spending will rise again to avert the threat of fresh cuts to the Armed Forces, David Cameron has promised. The Prime Minister has moved to reassure Armed Forces chiefs by pledging that the Treasury will increase defence spending above inflation from 2015, even as it cuts other Whitehall departments’ budgets. Mr Cameron’s commitment emerged during a ... Full story

DNA map offers hope on cancer treatments

DNA map offers hope on cancer treatments
Cancer will become a manageable disease rather than a death sentence thanks to a revolutionary treatment which will be available within five years, British specialists predict. All patients will soon have their tumour’s DNA, its genetic code, sequenced, enabling doctors to ensure they give exactly the right drugs to keep the disease at bay. Doctors hope it ... Full story

Minister at war over ‘cheating’ councils

Minister at war over 'cheating' councils
Councils are treating local residents “with contempt” and will be cheating taxpayers if they increase local taxes without public backing, the Local Government Secretary warns. In an article for The Daily Telegraph, Eric Pickles says he will introduce new laws to stop councils abusing the system by hitting householders with stealth tax rises next year. Mr Pickles, ... Full story
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