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Teenager who murdered father-of-three gets jailed for minimum of 15 years
metro.co.uk

Connor Doughton will spend at least 15 years behind bars (Picture: PA) A teenager who killed a father-of-three has been jailed for a minimum of 15 years. Connor Doughton, 16, stabbed Michael-Lee Emmett in the stomach after being escorted to his home home in Blackwood, South Wales, by Mr Emmett and his friend John Williams. The two men […]

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Fox News Compares Paris 'No-Go' Zones To Afghanistan & Iraq, Is Brilliantly Lampooned By French TV
www.huffingtonpost.co.uk

The ongoing orgy of Fox News gaffes continues with this remarkable report about alleged “no-go zones” in Paris. Even better is this spectacular takedown by French TV show Le Petit Journal. Journalist Nolan Peterson appeared on a Fox segment aired on Saturday in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo terror attacks, which asked: “Is France […]

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The CIA Just Tweeted In Russian And No Ones Really Sure Why
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The CIA caused a bit of a stir earlier after tweeting in Russian. The translation revealed it to be a quote by the influential Russian author Boris Pasternak. Я писал роман для того, чтобы он был издан и прочитан и это остаётся единственным моим желанием -Пастернак — CIA (@CIA) January 15, 2015 Translated, the quote […]

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Why the Church of England, As a Matter of Principle, Is Opposed to Assisted Suicide
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Following interventions by a few high profile Christians, some people are suggesting that the Church of England’s position on the ‘Assisted Dying Bill’ lacks clarity. For once, nothing could be further from the truth. In February 2012 the current law was debated by General Synod, a representative body made up of bishops, clergy and lay […]

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Our Right to Choose When We Die Is Widely Curtailed for Very Good Reasons
www.huffingtonpost.co.uk

In 2009 I had the privilege of spending an afternoon, courtesy of the BBC, with Debbie Purdy. The roses of Regent’s Park at their best, two wheelchairs converged – one with an multiple sclerosis (MS) sufferer, someone with motor neurone disease (MND) in the other, both with death sentences over them. We got on well. […]

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MI5 joins forces with Blue Peter to find mini-spies
telegraph.feedsportal.com

Security Service will allow TV cameras inside its headquarters for the first time as it launches spy-themed project with BBC children’s programme

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UK weather: Britain braced for further storms. Live
telegraph.feedsportal.com

Heavy rain and gale force winds cause delays for rail commuters as Met Office issues further weather warnings. We bring you the latest updates

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Experts determine the best way to fill the dishwasher – you may be surprised
telegraph.feedsportal.com

An age-old argument that has driven many a wedge between couples, parents and children and house sharers has been definitively settled. A study has determined once and for all the best way to load the dishwasher

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Constable country near Flatford, Suffolk, under threat from plan to build over landscape
www.dailymail.co.uk

Developers hope to build up to 160 homes near Flatford, Suffolk, where John Constable painted his most famous works, including The Hay Wain (pictured).

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Study shows best way to pack your dishwasher
www.dailymail.co.uk

EXCLUSIVE: Engineers at the University of Birmingham tracked water movement inside household dishwashers using radioactive isotopes.

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