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Three Held Over Deaths From 'Fatal' Ecstasy Tablets
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Three men are being questioned by police after a spate of deaths linked to a potentially fatal batch of ecstasy tablets. Suffolk Police said the men, aged 19, 20 and 26, all from Ipswich, have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs. The arrests follow the deaths of two […]

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Man Killed Outside London's Waterloo Train Station
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A man has been killed at a bus stop outside Britain’s busiest rail station. Police were called to reports that a man had been attacked near London’s Waterloo station at around 2.45am. Officers and London Ambulance Service found a man in his 40s with serious head injuries. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Scotland […]

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Madonna Denies Racism After Sharing ‘Rebel Heart' Images Of Nelson Mandela, Bob Marley And Martin Luther King On Instagram
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Madonna has denied racism, after fans accused her of being disrespectful by posting altered images of Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King and Bob Marley on Instagram. READ MORE: Madonna Goes Topless For New Photoshoot 5 Things We Love About The ‘Rebel Heart’ Demo Madge, As You Might Not Remember Seeing Her Since releasing her ‘Rebel […]

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British Couple And Premature Baby Stranded In New York Have Hospital Fees Waived
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A British couple stranded in New York after their son was born 11 weeks prematurely will no longer have to pay the expected six-figure medical bill for his care, a close friend has said. Katie Amos, 30, and Lee Johnston, 29, are “hugely relieved” that the cost of the hospital stay for baby Dax, who […]

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New York hospital WILL wipe £130k premature baby medical bills for stranded Brit family
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A NEW York hospital which was threatening a British family with a £130,000 bill when their baby son was born 11 weeks early has wiped their debt after worldwide public pressure.

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Hundreds pack into church to pay final respects to Glasgow bin lorry crash family
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HUNDREDS of mourners turned out to pay a final tribute to three members of the same family who were killed in the Glasgow bin lorry crash.

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Met Office issues snow and ice warning over fears widespread rain could freeze TONIGHT
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GRITTERS are on standby and drivers on alert after The Met Office warned of a risk of ice and freezing fog “pretty much anywhere” in the next 24 hours.

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Mail's Fashion Editor picks out amazing January bargains 
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Our January sales guide aims to save bargain hunters hours of trawling the busy high street to find the best deals, that now have more than 70 per cent off their original price.

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Tony Blackburn's Radio 2's Pick of the Pops attracts nearly DOUBLE the audience of Radio 1's official chart show 
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It has been revealed that Radio 1’s chart show, which counts down the 40 top selling singles in the UK, attracts 700,000 fewer listeners a week than Radio 2’s Pick of the Pops.

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Weatherman John Kettley gives us his UK forecast for the 12 months ahead
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Channel 5 presenter predicts a cold start for the country, mixed weather for the general election and a late summer arriving in August

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