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David Cameron: Britain will take thousands of refugees fleeing Syria
Britain is to take "thousands more" refugees fleeing the fighting in Syria while providing an additional £100 million to support the millions of displaced people in the region, David Cameron has announced.
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- David Cameron welcomes Lord Coe's election as world athletics chief
- Coe eager to weed out drug cheats
- Van Gaal feels the love for Depay
- Spitfires and Hurricanes roar overhead to mark Battle of Britain anniversary
- Murdered aid worker David Haines 'did not want ransom paid'
- Tributes to London law student Vivian Chan killed in blast at Bangkok shrine
- Labour calls in lawyers over its leadership contest
- Passengers 'priced off trains' as season ticket fares are set to rise by 1%
- Call to discipline GPs for over-prescribing antibiotics 'unhelpful'
- Eight is great for One Direction at Teen Choice Awards
- Andy Burnham and Yvette Cooper clash as leadership race hots up
- Wood relieved after England victory
- Gordon Brown: Labour is powerless unless it is elected
- Liz Kendall hits back at 'vitriolic' online abusers in Labour leadership contest
- Queen joins veterans to mark 70th anniversary of VJ Day
- David Cameron reiterates pledge for no third term as Prime Minister
- Stormy press duties for Mourinho
- Prince George photographers 'creating security risk'
- Magaluf Britons 'go mental and go home' with police 'very lenient' over antics
- Janner makes first court appearance over child sex charges
- Labour leader race: Yvette Cooper warns over social media 'frenzy'
- Blues doctor "has to be respected"
- 80% of burglary cases 'go unsolved'
- Record numbers going to university as A-level results released
- Labour leadership favourite Jeremy Corbyn eyes 'new kind of politics'
- Rare 17th century gun carriage raised from the depths
- EastEnders actress Kellie Bright confirms Strictly bid
- Thousands of parents face court action over pupil truancy
- New Tube strikes set to bring fresh travel chaos to London