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Iranian diplomats set to leave UK
Diplomats working at the Iranian embassy in London must leave Britain by Friday afternoon, after being expelled following an attack on the British Embassy in Tehran.
US Senate passes Iran sanctions
Simpson: UK steps into unknown
UK leads way on sanctions
Turbulent history of Iran-UK ties
'Iranians have 48 hours to leave'
Hospital regulator 'struggling'
The health regulator which inspects hospitals and care homes in England has "struggled" since its creation two years ago, a report says.
PM joins health regulator attack
Home care firms face inspections
Councils 'cut school transport'
New figures suggest about three-quarters of councils are cutting or reviewing their school transport services.
Numbers of knife jail terms falls
The number of people jailed for carrying a knife in England and Wales falls to its lowest level for more than three years.
Pakistan kidnappings on the rise
The number of British Asians being kidnapped in Pakistan for ransom payments is increasing every year, official figures show.
Regional migration views revealed
Child poverty approach 'to fail'
Train staff in 25% Games pay rise
Number of stolen dogs increases
Chicken liver food poisoning link
Two extra stroke symptoms found
Cuts 'hit women hardest' - Labour
Scotch whisky exports up by 23%
Dragged dog death an 'accident'
'More giving less' to charities
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Police corruption case collapses
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Kirk against gay marriage change
SFA investigates Gers owner Whyte
Terry race row file handed to CPS
Man jailed for raping grandmother
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