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Still Game's Boabby the Barman calls on more support for Scottish pubs
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WITH lousy patter, lukewarm pies and the occasional flat pint, it’s a wonder that Boabby the Barman still gets customers in the door.

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NHS to receive £70m to renovate its offices
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HEALTH Secretary Jeremy Hunt has been accused of wasting almost £70million sprucing up NHS offices while patients are put at risk because of a backlog of urgent hospital repairs.

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Top Labour donor facing 'tax dodge' accusations
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One of the Labour party’s biggest donors is facing questions over his tax affairs after he was accused of avoiding tax on a multi-million pound company loan

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Mohammed Fayed accused of rape
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Egyptian multi-millionaire Mohammed Fayed is facing a renewed allegation that he raped a young woman

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Iain Duncan Smith: Labour only stands for welfare dependency
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Universal Credit represents nothing less than a complete shift in the welfare culture in this country: no longer just pouring money in as Labour did, writes the Work and Pensions Secretary

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Coalition's welfare shake-up is working, new analysis finds
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Iain Duncan Smith uses new research on Universal Credit to paint Labour as the party of ‘welfare dependency’

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This is what a police station looks like in 2015: No, they're not on a break from the beat. These juice-sipping PCs are manning the replacements for shut-down police stations at local Planet Organic and Costa
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Planet Organic Store (pictured) in Muswell Hill, north London, is now a police contact point, but officers have no desk, no way of logging on to the police national computer and no official forms.

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Now doctors give boy, 12, gastric band: Youngest ever British patient of extreme weight-loss surgery as experts declare child obesity IS parents' fault in new TV exposé 
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The schoolboy is one of an increasing number of youngsters who have had the controversial operations, despite recommendations that such high-risk surgery should be a last resort.

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PETER HITCHENS: Why catching crooks is NOT the police's most important job 
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Their job, the reason we hired them in 1829, was to prevent crime and disorder and they successfully did this for more than a century by patrolling on foot, writes PETER HITCHENS.

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Michele Ferrero dies aged 89
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Michele Ferrero, the world’s wealthiest  chocolatier and owner of the Nutella empire, died aged 89 at his home in Monaco on Valentine’s Day.

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