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School governor Ingrid Chenoweth banned from contacting headmistress for four years after row
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Ingrid Chenoweth, pictured, had been accused of assaulting Karen Middlemore during the annual sports day at St Mawes Community Primary School in Cornwall.

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Prince Charles relied on Jimmy Savile as key aide claims new biography
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Prince Charles asked prolific paedophile Jimmy Savile for advice on health policy and to look over and suggest changes to his speeches’, author Catherine Mayer claims in her biography.

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Muslim student David Souaan who wanted ISIS flag to fly over Downing Street jailed
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Birkbeck College student David Souann, 20, (pictured) was jailed at the Old Bailey today after he was convicted of preparing for terrorist acts in war-torn Syria.

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Too much jogging is just as bad as doing none at all
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Jogging from one to 2.4 hours a week is associated with the lowest rates of death – with three times a week optimal – according to scientists from the Copenhagen City Heart Study, Denmark.

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Thug who broke pensioner's back and skull during attack with POTATO MASHER jailed for life
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A MAN who broke a pensioner’s back and skull during a horror attack with a POTATO MASHER has today been jailed for life.

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Homeless migrant mum refuses to take council housing outside of London
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A HOMELESS mother of five who refused a state-funded house outside London is taking her battle to the Supreme Court.

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Forget the gadgets, Lego is still our top toy
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IN AN age of iPads and computer games, a 65-year-old favourite is still the top toy.

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Prisoner early release move ‘insulting to victims’
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NICOLA Sturgeon yesterday unveiled revamped plans to axe automatic early release of prisoners – but thousands of inmates will still be freed.

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Rail companies told to stop treating passengers ‘like criminals’
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Rail companies have been criticised for sending threatening letters (Picture: EPA/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA) Rail companies have been accused of treating commuters like criminals rather than customers in their pursuit of fare dodgers. They will be ordered by the government to overhaul the fines system and remove references to criminal sanctions from their threatening letters. The decision comes […]

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UK weather: Everybody panic! It’s snowing in London
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There was panic across the capital this morning as Londoners struggled to navigate a light dusting of snow. Plunging temperatures overnight saw a whopping 2mm of snow fall on some parts of the city, forcing thousands of commuters to waddle to work like lost penguins in an effort to avoid falling over. MORE: 19 people who are […]

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