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Home Office unable to kick out Jihadi John's friend accused of organising al-Qaeda attacks
www.dailymail.co.uk

An al-Qaeda terrorism suspect closely connected to Jihadi John (pictured) is living in London after using the Human Rights Act to prevent the Government from deporting him.

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Rare English Civil War coin expected to fetch £50k at auction
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The solid silver Declaration Pound dates back to 1643 and was struck in Oxford, which was Charles I’s seat of power after he withdrew from London as the Civil War began.

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Underpants fugitive was serving 9 years for part in police-impersonating gang before fleeing prison
www.mirror.co.uk

Connor Smith-MacPhee went on the run from the category D jail in Kirkham, Preston, running across rooftops of several houses wearing just his underpants

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Ken Clarke blasts Tory immigration plans as damaging to Britain's economy
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Immigration is set to dominate the election campaign, and David Cameron has failed to achieve his pledge to reduce net migration to below 100,000

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Woman 'duped' colleagues with years of fake charity events and stole £4,500 intended for cancer patients
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Alison Gray stole an estimated £4,500 after staging six years of fake Macmillan Big Coffee Morning events – she has been jailed for 15 months

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Mohammed Emwazi: Jihadi John's former headteacher says he was 'bullied but showed no signs of radicalisation'
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Jo Shuter was head of Quintin Kynaston School while Emwazi was a pupil, but was banned from teaching for life after an unrelated expenses scandal

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Man who stopped to help lorry driver is dragged along motorway
metro.co.uk

The incident took place on the M602 near Salford (Picture: Google Street View) A man who pulled over to help a lorry driver had his car nicked and was dragged along a motorway. The 28-year-old is in a serious condition after he saw a lorry that had overturned and stopped his Volkswagen Caddy on the Warrington slip-road of […]

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Stressed GPs set to quit in droves due to pressure of over-stretched health system
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LARGE numbers of family doctors are leaving their jobs and increasing the pressure on the already over-stretched health system.

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Now obese could pocket rewards from tax cash
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OBESE Scots should receive taxpayer-funded bribes to lose weight, according to a government food policy adviser.

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One in three arrested by Met Police is a migrant
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FOREIGNERS in Britain are being arrested at a rate of nearly 200 every day, police have revealed.

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