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Britain 'wide open to abuse by freeloading migrants', says Foreign Secretary
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Philip Hammond in outspoken attack on EU freedom of movement rules

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Gary Glitter trial: alleged schoolgirl victim says she 'did not want to be rude' and push him away
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The alleged victim, who was aged under 10 at the time, says that after the attack drunken Glitter smelled “horrible” and fell asleep in the bed

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Glamour model claimed £14,000 in disability benefits while starring in Playboy film
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Julia Martinez stole £44,000 in total, going to the lengths of changing her name or sending money to Spain to avoid getting caught

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Number of EU migrants claiming UK benefits is DOUBLE that of Brits claiming welfare abroad
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THE amount of jobless EU migrants claiming benefits in the UK is more than DOUBLE the number of out-of-work Britons living abroad, new research has revealed.

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'I felt ashamed' Woman recalls the moment Gary Glitter allegedly tried to rape her
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A WOMAN has told a court of the moment she was made to feel “ashamed and dirty” after Gary Glitter allegedly tried to rape her when she was just a schoolgirl.

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Blundering, bloated and biased, the NHS watchdog isn't fit for purpose, writes IAN BIRRELL
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Britain’s health service is much too important to be treated as a political football. The fact is that problems in the NHS have got worse and proper reform is long overdue.

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Widow of Bristol man dead from meningitis releases last photo of husband
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Mthuthuzeli Mpongawana, 38, died of meningitis after suddenly taking ill in his Bristol home on January 5. He was forced to wait five hours before being treated in hospital after his wife phoned 111.

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A drink a day 'cuts heart disease risk by a fifth' researchers claim
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Middle-aged people who have a drink a day cut their chances of developing heart failure in later life by a fifth, claim researchers.

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The Sun speculated to be dropping its page 3 topless models
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The photographs of the women have long drawn protests from feminists and a petition calling for its abolition has attracted more than 200,000 signatures.

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How much coffee do you drink and how often do you read? The simple questions that form part of new 20 minute test that assesses chance of developing Alzheimer's
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The 20-minute cognitive function test, developed by an Oxford University professor, asks questions about lifestyle, diet and memory and calculates the risk of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

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