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Downing Street has announced that EU citizens living in Britain will be barred from voting in the UK referendum on EuropeanHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent
Pope Francis’s clean up of the Catholic Church’s finances is extending far beyond the walls of Vatican City. In a first for
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It is not only on the television news that religious issues predominate. For its new productions this year Glyndebourne hasRichard Fairman
Spain’s ruling Popular party suffered heavy losses in Sunday’s string of regional and local elections, as two upstartTobias Buck in Madrid
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