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02/10/2012 03:31

"There is an internal conflict, the word revolution is not being used - it is a not a revolutionary situation, believe me," he said.

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02/10/2012 03:32

The Kremlin, for whom Syria is a buyer of arms and host to a Soviet-era naval base, wants to counter US influence and maintain its traditional role in the Middle East.

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02/10/2012 03:34

His comments came after Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday: "Help them, advise them, limit, for instance, their ability to use weapons but not interfere under any circumstances."

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The Syrian Human Rights Organisation says the past week's assault on Homs has seen at least 300 civilians killed and another 1,000 wounded - not counting Thursday's victims.

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International officials have estimated the overall death count in Syria since last March at more than 5,000.

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Bombardments in Homs yesterday hit largely Sunni Muslim neighbourhoods. The main street in Baba Amro was strewn with rubble and bodies were pulled from the ruins.

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02/10/2012 03:39

Hussein Nader, an activist, said: "Whole houses have come down and we do not know how many more have been killed. They are not advancing and it seems that they are content by continuing to shell Baba Amro until every inhabitant is killed."

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02/10/2012 03:40

The uprising against the Assad family's 42-year dynastic rule has evolved from civilian demonstrations to armed insurgency in the past few months.

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02/10/2012 03:42

Clearly the Downing St natives are restless – as well they might be. The NHS was already having to make an unprecedented £20bn of efficiency savings (ie to improve its performance on the same money) over five years before Lansley dumped a top-down and largely avoidable structural reform on the vital primary care sector (GPs), which is the NHS most of us mostly use.

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02/10/2012 03:42

This particular row has been rattling on since Lansley's health white paper, fleshing out his long-pondered thoughts on creating an NHS mixed economy – regulated like a utility – in July 2010. Cameron and Nick Clegg, who either hadn't read or hadn't understood it, wrote a foreword. Since then the controversy has steadily deepened, despite the conciliatory consultative "pause" last spring after Dave and Nick did sit down and read the bill.

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02/10/2012 03:44

Lansley wasted that second chance is now the agreed verdict: he's an honest, decent man, but a hopeless politician. Cameron has had at least two chances to drop him – during the pause and during the Liam Fox/Chris Huhne reshuffles.

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02/10/2012 03:44

In my long experience, most members of most cabinets either "aren't very interested in politics" (an old Frank Field joke) or are too timid/loyal to ring up troublemakers such as Tim Monty. Cabinet grandees (itself a deeply devalued word) who used to have independent status and followings have shrunk during an era of presidential politics, it's all got worse.

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Yet there is always a troublemaker or three in any cabinet, plus a special adviser or four willing to chance their arm, Borgen-style. We hacks depend on them.

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So I think we can eliminate all the Lib Dems – Clegg, Danny Alexander, Michael Moore, new boy Ed Davey, and probably Vince Cable, whose day is full – along with the usual cabinet herbivores who make up the numbers. Let's put Lansley himself, Cheryl Gillan (Wales), Lady Warsi (party chairman), Phil Hammond, our technocratic defence secretary, Justine (who she?) Greening (transport), crafty Lord Strathclyde (Lords leader), ambitious Andrew Mitchell (international development), cautious Jeremy Hunt (culture) and (almost forgot her) Caroline Spelman (environment) into that camp.

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William Hague is too grand and too loyal. Ditto George Osborne, who is Dave's buddy, though he's also very political, so I'd keep an eye on him. He might have done it to do Cameron a favour. Stranger things have happened. Who have I missed? Ah, Ken Clarke; he's an old-fashioned big beast, but he is not a plotter. He stabs folks in the front in broad daylight.

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02/10/2012 03:46

Besides he has been health secretary, the man who took on the saintly nurses (until they drop you on the way to the loo) and introduced the purchaser/provider split that New Labour dropped, then re-instated. He knows how hard it is to get the NHS to be more efficient. He's spoken out in Lansley's defence.

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02/10/2012 03:48

Not Ken, then. What about Teresa May, the home secretary? I don't know her well enough to make a fine judgment about the way she operates. On balance, probably not. But she could easily be fed up with the political cost of a bloody battle to achieve dubious and unnecessary reforms of a much-loved national institution.

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02/10/2012 03:49

Eric Pickles (local government) is the cabinet's token working-class member, thought to be on his way out and a man of strong and confident views; a populist, too. I'd put him on my shortlist of suspects for Hercule Poirot to take DNA samples from. IDS? You betcha. Owen Paterson, the Northern Ireland secretary? You'd expect him to be on the herbivore list, but he is confident and has views too.

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02/10/2012 21:43

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02/10/2012 21:47

Matt Dunkley, President of the Association of Directors of Childrens'

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02/10/2012 21:50

Services, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme there were two areas where a better understanding of child development and

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02/10/2012 21:52

Bristol social worker Anne Farmer said the increase was partly due to a better understanding of the issue among the professionals they worked with, such as in health and education.

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