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Marilyn Monroe's final photoshoot by George Barris before she died to be auctioned
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Monroe was the biggest star on the planet when she posed for celebrity photographer and close friend George Barris on July 13, 1962.

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Preston North End fan grabs Jermaine Beckford's football shirt from small boy
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Ted Dockray, eight, managed to catch Jermaine Beckford’s jersey as he threw it towards a group of children in the stands at Wembley after scoring a hat-trick for Preston North End.

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Obese woman loses 13 STONE so she can finally achieve a parachute jump
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Debbie Allmark, 35, from Biddulph, Staffordshire, slimmed down from 26st to 13st, the exact upper weight limit deemed safe to complete a skydive, and, after two years of dieting, finally took the leap.

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Two British dentists drown during Bank Holiday trip to Malta 
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Mehwish Kamran Shabir and Lyace Ali had got into difficulties while swimming at the Blue Lagoon, on the island of Comino, according to local police.

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Jed Allen videos reveal ramblings of Didcot 'triple murder' suspect
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Bodybuilder Jed Allen, from Didcot, is the prime suspect in the probe into the killing of his half-sister Derin, six, his mother Janet Jordon, 48, and her boyfriend Philip Howard, 44.

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Unite threatens to drop support for Andy Burnham unless he opposes all spending cuts
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Senior figures at Britain’s biggest trade union warn it will not endorse Labour leadership front-runner unless he proposes ‘anti-austerity’ economic policy

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Didcot triple murder suspect Jed Allen's body found
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BREAKING: The 21-year-old Oxford University groundsman was sought following the murders of his half sister, his mother and her partner

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New England cricket jumper draws fire from traditionalists
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The new sweater seen during the first test against New Zealand has been described as “an abomination”, “a disgrace” and something that looks like it was knitted by a drunk grandmother

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Doubling Tories' ethnic minority vote helped win David Cameron re-election, research finds
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Conservatives won a million black, Asian and minority ethnic votes for the first time in its history at the election, closing the gap with Labour

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Government snub ex-Army chief’s call to send troops to fight Islamic State
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BRITAIN will not send troops to fight on the ground in Syria and Iraq, the Government said yesterday after a former Army chief urged ministers not to rule it out.

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