The NHS, defence, foreign aid and housing are set to be the big winners, but the police, transport, justice and the environment will bear the brunt, with families braced for big hikes in council tax bills.
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BRITAIN is to lead the world in finding a dementia cure with the Government unveiling plans for a new £150million research institute today.
The sick trio hauled the boys out of their tent, threatened to kill them and made them hand over money, phones and cigarettes
Here's all the details of the comprehensive spending review, and what you can expect the Chancellor to announce
You don’t want to end up like this, do you? (Picture: Matt Cardy/Getty Images) Winter brings lots of fun, like playing in the snow, but also lots of dangers, like driving in the snow. When the roads are covered in snow or ice, extra precaution must be taken by motorists, however most drivers don’t know the […]
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ISLAMIC State is a “multi-tentacled monster” that can only be destroyed by targeting its headquarters in Raqqa, Syria, the Foreign Secretary has said.
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