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Watch: Train's extreme near-miss with Land Rover at level crossing in Wales
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Train and 4×4 clip each other on a level crossing in Wales in shocking dashcam footage released by police

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Police officer accused of having sex with underage girls in Rotherham
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Fresh claims emerge as the long-awaited findings from an independent inspection of the local authority are due to be published

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Keira Knightley in Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue
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Keira Knightley among 44 stars staging a British invasion of Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue

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Welfare state is now growing at its slowest rate since 1948
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Iain Duncan Smith says that benefits spending has grown at the slowest rate per year in real terms since the modern welfare state was created

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Homelessness 'on the rise' amid cuts to benefits
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‘Woeful’ lack of affordable housing amongst issues which contributed to 280,000 people facing homelessness last year

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Outbreak of bird flu is confirmed at British farm
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Officials wear protective clothing inside a duck farm in Nafferton, England, in an outbreak earlier this year (AP Photo / Steve Parkin, PA)  An outbreak of bird flu has been confirmed in chickens on a farm in Hampshire. A poultry restriction zone has been imposed around the village of Upham, and the birds on the commercial […]

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Larger energy price cuts ‘were possible’
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Which? claim a failure to cut costs further has cost the consumer money (Picture: PA) Cuts in energy bill tariffs could have been larger and come sooner, new research claims. Big Six suppliers recently slashed the cost of standard gas bills by up to 5.1%. But an analysis by consumer group Which? claimed that the failure to […]

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Scots scientists in dementia breakthrough
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SCIENTISTS have come closer to developing new treatments for dementia after discovering the genes responsible for how our brains work as we age.

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Assisted suicide law ‘could create a Dr Shipman’
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PLANS to give terminally ill people the “right to die” could give doctors a “taste for killing” like murderous GP Harold Shipman, it was claimed yesterday.

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Ten-year-old boy hit with bottle in Old Firm violence
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A TEN-YEAR-OLD Rangers fan broke down yesterday as he recalled the horrific moment his front teeth were knocked out by a thug.

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