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Nick Clegg: Extra £1.25bn to be spent on mental health services
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An extra £1.25 billion will be spent on mental health services in England over the next five years, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has announced

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Tory Government would see a return to the days when children left school at 14, warns Miliband
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The Labour leader says more Conservative cuts will strip public services to the bone and that voters must choose carefully on May 7

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VIP paedophile inquiry detectives struggling to cope with sheer volume of investigation
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The officer says his team does not have the resources, manpower or leadership to deal with the increase in allegations – despite pledges from Home Secretary Theresa May

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Confusion over whether 'designer vagina' ops are illegal under female genital mutilation laws
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The Government has previously said the Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003 does not contain any exemptions for cosmetic surgery

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'I’ve never heard anything like it' British Airways flight diverted because of SMELLY POO
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A BRITISH Airways flight had to return to the UK after a SMELLY POO was left in the plane’s toilet, it has been claimed.

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'Magnificent tribute' PM lauds statue of inspirational Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament Square
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THE inspirational Mahatma Gandhi has today been given a “magnificent tribute” after a statue of the world changing activist was unveiled in the UK today.

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Kathy Griffin's Got a Point: Fashion Police's Brand of Criticism Deserves to Be in the Slammer
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Kathy Griffin’s exit from E!’s Fashion Police, after just seven shows, may come as a shock, but the presenter’s leaving statement makes more than a few pertinent points. Namely, that the days of poking fun and (often nastily) joking about women’s style decisions are over. THANK GOD. While the show’s recent awards season controversies have […]

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First Dates: The Reasons We Hate Them, The Reasons We Still Go
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First Dates is back on Channel 4, and if you missed it, be more disciplined. If you’ve never seen the show, it’s a gloriously simply premise: strangers meet for a blind date, and Channel 4 films it. The dates always take place in the same, seemingly mythical restaurant which is actually Paternoster Chop House. I’ve […]

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Five Ways to Get More Girls Into Sport
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Sport has been part of my life for as long as I remember. So I find it hard to understand friends and colleagues who say that they never exercise, and have no desire to. But my London Youth colleague Beth recently helped me see things from her point of view when we were chatting about […]

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Nastiest gossips in the playground? Boys, not girls, are the worst culprits for spreading spiteful rumours, claims study 
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Researchers from the University of Georgia identified the phenomenon of ‘mean boys’ who are more likely to indulge in ‘relational aggression’ such as spreading false rumours.

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