Tuesday, 18 June 2013

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The Week
main headlineSyria: why is Cameron so gung-ho when military says Stay Out?
However humane the cause for intervening against Bashar Assad may be, the old rules still hold
Stuart Hall's 'unduly lenient' sentence to be reconsidered
Attorney General steps in after 15-month sentence for 14 sex assaults prompts chorus of outrage
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main headlineTen Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 18 Jun 2013
Abu Qatada could be out of UK 'in weeks', Saatchi cautioned for Lawson assault, Afghan troops take over from NATO...
Leave EU and forget the juicy trade deals, warns Ken Clarke
Senior Tory says that if Britain left the EU, it would not benefit from US deal unveiled at Lough Erne
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main headlineThe Business: company news and financial talking points
Airfares push inflation to 2.7%, Cameron unveils 'historic' trade deal...
Charles Saatchi cautioned over assault on wife Nigella Lawson
Art collector tries to dismiss holding wife's neck as 'playful tiff' but later attends police station
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main headlineCost of World Cup fuels street protests in Brazil - pictures
About 200,000 people take to streets of Brazil’s big cities to protest cost of Cup and rising transport costs
ENO revival of Britten's Death in Venice 'streaked with genius'
English National Opera's exemplary production is 'the best way to listen to Britten this year'