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Over the past five years, the UK’s ruling Coalition has brought in heavy cuts to social security and public services.
Statutory maternity pay may be axed, and incapacity benefit and housing benefit for under-25s removed if the Conservatives return to power.
Cuts in the UK have harmed many of the most disadvantaged, including people who are disabled or low-paid.
There has been extensive media coverage of the birth of a daughter to the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge.
It is impossible to be sure who will win the UK general election.
The total wealth of Britain’s richest 1000 individuals and families has more than doubled over ten years, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
A recent BBC documentary powerfully depicted the plight of Christians in the Middle East, amidst threats by Isis and other forces.
A breakaway international Anglican grouping intends to keep spreading its views across the world, including holding a conference in 2018.
There has been widespread criticism of a Conservative Party manifesto pledge to extend the ‘right to buy’ to housing association tenants.
The inheritance tax threshold will be raised if the Conservatives win the election, David Cameron, the UK Prime Minister pledged.
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