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Hotel auditions should be banned, acting union says

Hotel auditions should be banned, acting union says

The main US acting union calls for rules “to help protect members from potential harassment”.

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Cabinet agrees ‘need for action’ in Syria

Cabinet agrees ‘need for action’ in Syria
Ministers agree use of chemical weapons in Douma must not “go unchallenged,” says Downing Street.

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Syria ‘chemical attack’: France’s President Macron ‘has proof’

Syria ‘chemical attack’: France’s President Macron ‘has proof’
The French president says he will decide “in due course” whether to sign off on missile strikes.

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Rochdale abuse: Richard Farnell abuse denial ‘defies belief’

Rochdale abuse: Richard Farnell abuse denial ‘defies belief’
Richard Farnell “refused to accept responsibility” for child exploitation in Rochdale, a report says.

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Russian spy poisoning: Nerve agent inspectors back UK

Russian spy poisoning: Nerve agent inspectors back UK

The international chemical weapons watchdog confirms the UK’s analysis of the nerve agent in Salisbury.

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American IS wife: ‘I want to stay in Syria’

American IS wife: ‘I want to stay in Syria’
An American woman who lived with the Islamic State group for more than two years tells her story.

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Why some cancers are ‘born to be bad’

Why some cancers are ‘born to be bad’
Breakthrough explains why some cancers are far more deadly than others.

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Homeless family lived in Bristol hotel for three years

Homeless family lived in Bristol hotel for three years

A council is told by the ombudsman to pay compensation after refusing their housing applications.

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W1A actor Alex Beckett dies aged 35

W1A actor Alex Beckett dies aged 35

The actor, who also appeared in the BBC’s Twenty Twelve, had been performing in a play in London.

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BBC Cliff Richard raid coverage was ‘invasion of privacy’

BBC Cliff Richard raid coverage was ‘invasion of privacy’
Singer was not charged with offence and says broadcast of police raid caused “profound” damage.

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