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'It's not a great smell' Passenger tweet broadcasts loo trap situation to the world
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A PASSENGER broadcast his smelly situation to the world after he tweeted a rail company when he got stuck in a train’s loo.

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£8m flat restored to former glory after old copy of Express proves it’s Art Deco
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A RUNDOWN flat has been restored to its former glory thanks to a copy of a 111-year-old Daily Express found under the floorboards.

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Charles Bronson prison guard wins £32,500 in post traumatic stress damages
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A PRISON officer who suffered post-traumatic stress after being brutally attacked by infamous prisoner Charles Bronson has been awarded tens of thousands of pounds in damages.

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Brave pensioner, 89, praised by judge for fighting off armed raiders with her umbrella
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A PENSIONER aged 89 who fought off armed robbers with just her umbrella has been praised by a judge.

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One of the last British soldiers from the Bridge on the River Kwai has died aged 94
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Harry Motteram endurish hellish conditions as prisoner of the Japanese in World War 2 when he was put to work on the ‘Death Railway’ through Burma

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Mini-railway, pocket distillery and treehouse battle it out to win Shed of the Year
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The contest has drawn a record 2,500 entries including an array of weird and wonderful creations, with Channel 4’s George Clarke on the judging panel

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Human Rights Act Proposals Leave Dominic Grieve, Ex-Attorney General, Rather Underwhelmed
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The former attorney general and Tory MP has questioned what the Conservative party is trying to achieve through its plan to replace the Human Rights Act with a British “Bill of Rights”. The proposal has left many lawyers aghast and Dominic Grieve, who was a barrister before entering politics warned the consequences for Britain’s reputation […]

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Ben Needham's Disappearance: Police Pursue New Leads After TV Appeal
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Police are scouring a wealth of potential new leads in the case of a toddler who vanished 24 years ago while on holiday in Greece. South Yorkshire Police said “a number of calls” were received after an appeal on Greek television last night. Detectives are now poring over the new details, including potential sightings of […]

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Scotland Will Be Independent Within 10 Years, Most People In Scotland And England Believe
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A majority of people across the UK believe that Scotland will be independent within the next decade, a new poll has suggested. Just over half – 52% – of people in Scotland and 59% in England think the UK will split by 2025, the Survation poll has found. A total of 73% of Scots think […]

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Len McCluskey Hints Unite Could Split From Labour, Which Must Choose The 'Correct' New Leader
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Unite boss Len McCluskey has warned that the trade union could remove its support if the Labour party fails to elect the “correct” leader. McCluskey, whose union is the largest in the UK and Ireland and a key backer of Labour, implied there was a risk it would no longer finance the party if it […]

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