19 October 2011
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Protesters who barricaded themselves above the entrance to the Dale Farm travellers' site are removed as bailiffs prepare to move in.
An independent report warns that thousands die each year from illnesses linked to fuel poverty and calls for the definition to be tightened.
Liam Fox tells MPs he should have been more willing to listen to concerns about his links with Adam Werritty - before attacking media vindictiveness.
10:20 UK time, Monday, 17 October 2011
Ministers like statistics which show the other lot in a bad light and themselves basking in glory. But often the numbers have an irritating habit of not adding up that way.
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