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Academy of Medical Sciences

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William Hague faces Clinton concern over Europe stance
EU concerns overshadow Hague’s US trip

By Alex Stevenson William Hague’s meeting with US secretary of state Hillary Clinton later is expected to be dominated by private concerns about the Conservatives’ allies in the European parliament. Tory members of the European parliament vote in a bloc which also features far-right Latvian and Polish politicians, a fact Ms Clinton reportedly fears could… Read more »

Afghans face another round of voting
Miliband admits Afghan poll difficulties

By Alex Stevenson David Miliband admitted the security situation and the drawn-out conclusion of the first round of voting in Afghanistan “makes life more difficult” as British troops prepare to secure a second round next month. After incumbent president Hamid Karzai accepted the need for a second round yesterday coalition forces are contemplating preparing a… Read more »