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3,500 coasting schools could be turned into academies
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Secondary schools judged to require improvement by watchdogs will be at risk of being taken over by new headteachers, backed by other successful academies or expert sponsors.

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Catholic bishops tear into Wolf Hall claiming it paints a twisted picture of Thomas More
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The Bishop of Shrewsbury and the Bishop of Plymouth have claimed BBC drama Wolf Hall has painted a twisted picture of Thomas More, one of English Catholicism’s most revered saints.

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Taxpayers foot £110million jail bill for EU migrant criminals
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RECORD numbers of Eastern European criminals are clogging up the country’s already overcrowded jails leaving hard-pressed taxpayers to foot an annual bill of £110million.

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Drugs baron's £2m racket collapsed when OAP mule caught with heroin in Cornish Pasties bag
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Stephen Blundell used his drug money to live the high-life, wearing designer clothes, driving luxury cars and going on holidays

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Labour reeling as top business bosses attack policies
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LABOUR was last night engulfed in a blazing row with business leaders in yet another damaging blow to Ed Miliband’s election hopes.

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Police watchdog to give up Clutha funerals expenses cash
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THE boss of Scotland’s police watchdog sparked fury after billing taxpayers for expenses to attend the funerals of service personnel killed in the Clutha helicopter disaster.

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Scientists say 'Ow!' helps deal with pain
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SCREAMING the word “ow” really does help us deal with pain, scientists say.

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Douglas Alexander admits he could sign up to pact with Nats
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LABOUR election chief Douglas Alexander yesterday refused to rule out a coalition with the SNP if there is a hung parliament.

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Climber killed by avalanche
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A CLIMBER was swept to his death by a massive avalanche in the Highlands as freezing conditions continued to grip parts of the country.

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Famous faces on the underground, in pictures
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Celebrities spotted using the world’s underground rail networks

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