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Humiliating moment Ed Balls FORGOT Bill Thomas' name
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In a cringe-making interview, the shadow chancellor was forced to admit on live TV that he could not even remember the surname of Labour’s small business taskforce chairman.

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Westminster child abuse inquiry AXED to make way for new probe
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New Zealand high court judge Justice Lowell Goddard is to be the latest chair of the troubled child abuse inquiry, Home Secretary Theresa May has told MPs.

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Brits will save thousands as pension fees cap is introduced
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A MOVE to stop greedy pension firms charging rip-off fees will boost retirement pots by up to £100,000. Millions of workers will get a huge boost from a new law which will cap fees paid by savers.

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Boss hired young girls ‘then ogled and groped them’
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AN INSURANCE agency boss sexually assaulted two ­teenage staff and told one he had a fetish for skirts and glasses, a court heard.

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Rows over Blair-Bush memos delay Iraq war inquiry report by year
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THE man heading the Iraq war inquiry yesterday admitted he still did not know when it would publish its findings – six years after its first hearings.

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Anti-Semitic attacks more than double in UK
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Record level of hostility towards Jewish community against backdrop Gaza war

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Smart babies can spot a bully at one year old
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At just 13 months, babies can comprehend what constitutes bullying, friendship and what it means to be a bystander, a study has found

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Radwan Hamed: Tottenham Hotspur denies responsibility for young striker's devastating heart attack
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Radwan Hamed was 17 when he suffered a Fabrice Muamba-style cardiac arrest during a match for Spurs’ youth team in 2006

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Alexander Litvinenko: The last picture of the former KGB spy poisoned by radiation
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Alexander Litvinenko was a Russian spy who died in 2006 after he was poisoned with radioactive polonium-210 while drinking tea at London’s Millennium Hotel

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Olympic boss: David Cameron's EU exit plan is biggest risk to UK business, not Labour
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One of Britain’s most celebrated and experienced businessmen tells David Cameron he is the real danger to UK firms

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