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There were dramatic off the field events in Switzerland on Wednesday for Fifa, football’s governing body. We bring you up toElizabeth Paton
The Queen has set out the government’s plans to sell off social housing and relax planning rules, as the Conservative partyKate Allen
More than half of the world’s countries are now producing jihadists to fill the ranks of violent sunni terroristSam Jones, Defence and Security Editor
Models take a selfie backstage before the presentation of a collection by Peruvian designer Ani Alvarez Calderon at theChris Batson
David Cameron’s decision to delay the abolition of the Human Rights Act is a signal of his unease in confrontingHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent
Tom Hayes began his scheme to manipulate the London interbank offered rate shortly after he started working for UBS in lateLindsay Fortado
A five-year ban on increases in the main rates of income tax, value added tax and national insurance and a reduction inChris Giles and Vanessa Houlder
The number of hungry people in the world has dropped more than 20 per cent from a quarter of a century ago despite climateEmiko Terazono
The two investigations engulfing Fifa — one by the Swiss attorney-general and the other by the US Department of Justice —John Aglionby
Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech was an attempt by David Cameron to back up his promise of a “one-nation government” with measuresKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent
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