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More and more young people giving up the dream of buying their own house
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Research by mortgage lender Halifax found the number of 20 to 45-year-olds saving for a deposit fell 6% to 43%

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Victim claims he was 'abused by very powerful people' linked to alleged VIP paedophile ring
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Richard Kerr, who was abused at notorious Kincora Boys’ Home in Belfast, has claimed he was also attacked at a Dolphin Square luxury apartment

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ISIS: Two more teens feared to have fled UK to join terror group in Syria
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The pair, from Dewsbury, West Yorks, who are in their late teens, are thought to have fled last week and are now in Syrian territory.

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Queen's cousin the Duke of Kent taken to hospital after suffering a hip injury
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The Duke, 79, suffered a suspected dislocated hip while staying at the Queen’s Balmoral estate in Scotland and was taken to hospital on Sunday

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Dave 'Devilfish' Ulliott dead: Poker legend has died aged 61 after battle with bowel cancer
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Ulliott, who was born in Hull, emerged from two spells in prison in his 20s to reinvent himself as one of the country’s highest-earning professional gamblers

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Why the Labour Party Is Facing an Existential Crisis in Its Own Backyard
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The Labour Movement was born in Scotland. Keir Hardie was their leader: they fought for social justice, votes for women, home rule for India and many more noble causes. Hardie attacked the monarchy and seemed to take pleasure in going against the grain. Presumably, he is turning in his grave right now – probably with […]

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The Big Five Life Lessons to Pass to Your Kids
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I was thinking about life lessons to pass onto my daughter recently and had been getting a bit overwhelmed with the emotion of it all. I’ve been poorly this year, and it got me thinking: What if I can’t be around for my daughter? Who is going to help her along life’s journey? Life is […]

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As a Barrister It's Puzzling to Hear the Human Rights Act Cause Anger
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There’s a certain look that taxi drivers sometimes get when you hail them on a busy Friday night in central London and tell them you need to go somewhere in the depths of outer South London. It’s a look that says this is the last thing they want to do, but they know that they […]

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Safari Park Tigers Feast On The Easter Bunny
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Two Amur tigers have been enjoying Easter treats in the bank holiday sunshine at their safari park home, including dead rabbits. The animals, who live at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling, were given the treats as part of their daily enrichment schedule. Genghis, a 19-year-old male, was first to investigate a beef-filled ostrich egg […]

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The Building That Changed London
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What is the most important building in London’s history? St Paul’s Cathedral? Westminster Abbey? The Tower of London? My vote goes to a grand 19th Century building in the marshes on the edge of Zone 3, set between a non-league football club and the muddy banks of the River Thames. While Crossness Pumping Station may […]

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