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"Israelis have to understand that while they are defending their security they're also undermining the support for Israel that exists in the West."

Gaza

Western opinion 'rapidly turning against Israel' foreign secretary admits

Palestinians look through the doors at Kamal Adwan hospital, where victims were brought following an Israeli strike on a UN school in Jabalia refugee camp

Admission comes as news emerges of the bombing of another UN school, leading to at least 15 deaths

Govt blockaded as protestors take Gaza fight to Whitehall

How Britain profits from the attack on Gaza

Prison book ban

Prison book ban: Grayling faces flood of books as campaigners step up protest

Grayling: Tidal wave of books expected after Howard League asks supporters to mail them to justice secretary

Chris Grayling faces prospect of being flooded with books, after the Howard League asks its supporters to mail them to the justice secretary

Prison book ban: Protestors hold up Crime and Punishment as Grayling gives evidence

Grayling gives evidence as protestors hold up Crime and Punishment behind him

Chris Grayling's session in front of the justice committee is framed by protestors holding up copies of Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment

Debt collection safeguards and rule of law vital, say tax professionals

Tax professionals are calling on the Government to provide additional safeguards around their proposals for direct recovery of tax debt.

Debt recovery proposals will hit the vulnerable, say campaigners

Government’s proposal to allow HMRC to bypass the courts in order to collect tax and tax credit debt it assesses to be due would be contrary to the rule of law and would inflict disproportionate financial and human cost on vulnerable taxpayers.

RAeS responds to Davies Commission

The Royal Aeronautical Society has responded to Consultation 6 of the Davies Airports Commission on UK existing airport capacity.

CML revises market forecasts

Strong economic fundamentals have continued to underpin housing market sentiment and activity, since CML published market forecasts in late 2013.

English Housing Survey shows overview of the housing market

The Government has released the full findings of this year’s English Housing Survey which shows housing market characteristics in 2012-13.

Northern Ireland will need leadership in its recovery

The Northern Ireland Repossessions Taskforce, a group of housing organisations and government departments including the CML, recently published its overview of the Northern Ireland housing market.

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