ISIS operative who executed journalist James Foley may be a UK citizen

Cameron returns to Cornwall after chairing Cobra meeting following release of video of beheading, apparently by a Briton

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Tony Blair supports intervention against Assad regime in Syria

West must stop 'wringing our hands' and protect Syrians from Bashar al-Assad and al-Qaida affiliates, ex-prime minister says

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White House: 'Difficult to imagine' authorities demanding destruction of hard drives

The White House distanced itself from Britain's handling of the leaked NSA documents when representatives said it would be difficult to imagine the US authorities following the example of Whitehall in demanding the destruction of media hard drives.

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British government claims Greenwald's partner David Miranda had 'highly sensitive stolen information that would help terrorism'

Home Office claims nine-hour detention of Guardian journalist's partner was justified to protect public from threat of terrorism

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U.S. says it did not sanction holding Glenn Greenwald's partner at Heathrow, but was told his name was on passenger list

Britain is facing intense pressure to give a detailed explanation of the decision to detain the partner of the Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald after the White House confirmed that it was given a "heads up" before David Miranda was taken into custody for nine hours at Heathrow.

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Britain considers banning Internet pornography over 'corroding' influence on children

PM pledges automatic filtering of adult material to protect children, plus outlawing of violent porn and blocking of illegal image searches

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Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing to be posthumously pardoned for breaking Britain's defunct anti-gay laws

Alan Turing, the Enigma codebreaker who took his own life after being convicted of gross indecency under anti-homosexuality legislation, is to be given a posthumous pardon.

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Conservatives in Britain call for rejection of same-sex marriage bill

Conservative opponents of gay marriage have invited the House of Lords to reject the bill after 133 Tory MPs, including two cabinet ministers, defied David Cameron to vote against the measure.

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Are climate skeptics more likely to be conspiracy theorists?

New research finds that sceptics also tend to support conspiracy theories such as the moon landing being faked

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