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guardian.co.uk — The determination of David Cameron to press ahead with legalising gay marriage opens up the possibility of a lesbian queen giving birth to a future monarch by artificial insemination, Lord Tebbit has warned. In one of his more outspoken interventions, the former Conservative party chairman told the Big Issue magazine that the legislation could also allow him to marry his son to escape inheritance tax.
aljazeera.com — People accused of practising black magic in Indonesia could be jailed for five years if a revised criminal code is accepted by parliament. However, there is a lot of resistance to the proposed new law, as witchcraft is big business in the country. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Jakarta.
guardian.co.uk — The number of people employed by the government to work on the UK's adaptation to the effects of climate change has been cut from 38 officials to only six, in a sign of how the response to global warming has been rapidly downgraded within Whitehall under the coalition.
guardian.co.uk — Downing Street is wrestling with a dilemma over how to respond after a close ally of David Cameron was alleged to have described Tory activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons". In remarks immediately seized on by Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader, the senior Tory said that the party's MPs have to rebel against the leadership because they face pressure from hardline associations.
mobile.nytimes.com — CORRUPTION is a growth business. Bribery scandals have dominated headlines in several countries in recent months, among them India and Nigeria. International enforcement of antibribery laws has been increasing in the United States and major European countries.
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