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Gallipoli VCs 'won before breakfast' go on show for the first time
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A REMARKABLE collection of the six Victoria Crosses won before breakfast in the Gallipoli landings is to go on display for the first time on the centenary of the action.

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RSPB fights plans for wind farm on peatland
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A CONTROVERSIAL £200million wind farm in the Highlands would not become carbon neutral for more than two decades, it has been claimed.

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Woman 'swallowed' by hole in pavement outside Fulham cafe
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Passers-by hear loud scream as woman and shopping trolley she was pushing fall down hole in Fulham, west London

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Travelling by train is s**t, says transport boss
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Transport Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy says travelling on Southeastern’s network is ‘like the Wild West’ and London’s commuters ‘hate it’

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Alison Saunders: I was right not to charge Lord Janner with child sex abuse
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Director of Public Prosecutions claims she made correct decision not to bring case against Labour peer as she urges critics to challenge her in court

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Is this the ultimate loft clear-out?
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Last glimpse of the dusty attic above Westminster Abbey – home to what Betjeman described as a ‘the finest view in Europe’ – in its current form

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Here are eight bizarre and little-known facts about Shakespeare
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The Bard may have smoked cannabis (Picture: Metro Graphics) Want to learn something new, thou cream-faced loon? Read on. On the day of Shakespeare’s birth and death, here are eight bizarre and little-known facts about England’s greatest playwright. Shakespeare may have smoked weed and taken cocaine. Anthropologist Francis Thackeray and a team of South African scientists […]

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Nuns are making a comeback, with number of women converting reaching 25-year high
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Nuns are making a comeback (Picture: EPA) Nuns are making a comeback, with the number of women choosing to take up the role the most it has been for 25 years. But rather than being lured by the Hollywood version of the role in films such as Sister Act, they are supposedly being drawn to the occupation […]

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David Cameron Hits Out At 'Annoying' Media During Photo Opportunity At Children's Nursery
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The general election campaign is far from over, but it seems Prime Minister David Cameron is already sick of having his picture taken. While taking a seat at a children’s play table at the Advantage Children’s Day Nursery in Surbiton, Surrey, today Cameron finally let the media know what he really thinks of them. In […]

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22 Problems Only English People Completely Understand
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St George’s Day is upon us, like some sort of huge dragon. And we can think of no finer way to celebrate England, our England, than to think about what’s wrong. And to think about the weather. And to think about what’s wrong with the weather. Yes, it might be glorious sunshine out there right […]

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