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Karen Buckley: Vigil in Glasgow as man appears in court on murder charge
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A MAN has appeared in court charged with the murder of Irish student Karen Buckley. Alexander Pacteau is also accused of attempting to defeat the ends of justice.

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Glorious British weather to continue next week as forecasters predict even more sunshine
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ROLL out the sun loungers next week because the blue skies and warm weather return from Monday.

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Record number of emergency aid parcels handed out to hungry Brits under Tory government
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Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves wrote to Mr Cameron urging him to “reduce the number of people in the UK relying on food banks in the next Parliament”

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Grimsby: what have the Sony leaks revealed about Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie?
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From the ‘elephant vagina’, to Clive Owen’s ‘smarminess’, here’s everything we’ve learnt about Grimsby

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Injecting fat into the knees 'eases osteoarthritis symptoms'
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Injecting stomach fat into the knees of osteoarthritis sufferers reduced symptoms by 75pc in two thirds of cases, according to new research

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Navy four face sex offence charge
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Four members of the Royal Navy have been charged with offences related to sexual assault, it has emerged

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One Direction defector Zayn Malik breaks with the past with newly shaved head
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Zayn Malik surprised his fans as he debuted a shaved head hairdo at the Annual Asian Awards in London.

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Britons drink tea when they're sad and lonely
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The average Briton enjoys 876 cups of tea each year, with the over-55s consuming 21 cups a week

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Austerity v Humanity and the Rise and Rise of Nicola Sturgeon
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The story of the lead-up to the 2015 general election is the story of Nicola Sturgeon’s emergence as the voice of progressive politics not only for people in Scotland but all over Britain, battered by five years of a Tory-led coalition government that has extended itself in using the 2008 global economic crisis as a […]

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More Free Hours' Childcare Will Be a Worse Deal for UK Parents, Not Better, Unless Nurseries' Funding Rises
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The major political parties are promising dramatic increases in free nursery provision. This could be great news for parents – but only if the numbers add up. The Conservatives have raised their pledge to 30 free hours, more than Labour’s 25 and the Liberal Democrats’ 20 – all way more than the current 15 hours […]

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