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Jordan Campbell Named As Teenager Murdered On New Year's Day
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UPDATE: A third man aged 32 has been arrested, all three remain in custody. A teenager found murdered on New Year’s Day has been named by police. Jordan Campbell, 17, was found dead at a flat in St Helens, Merseyside at about midday on January 1. Two men aged 25 and 22, arrested on suspicion […]

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Princess Diana's brother Earl Spencer says he wishes he'd gone to state school
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The 50-year-old said when he was a pupil at Maidwell Hall in Northampton in the Seventies, the headmaster was ‘terrifying’ and he had to witness boys being caned every week.

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More than 10,000 apply to become £40,000-a-year Human Bullet Impact Tester for UKPaintball
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The firm, which operates at 60 locations across the UK, said it had received expressions of interest for the job from as far away as India, the United States, Canada and Croatia.

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Book holidays now to cash in on falling euro
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In just a fortnight, the currency’s falling value has taken £84 off the weekly cost of renting a large Tuscan villa in the summer – and more than £300 when compared to prices March last year.

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British nurse with Ebola Pauline Cafferkey in ‘critical’ condition just days after ‘miracle’ drug runs out
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Pauline Cafferkey (Picture: Pauline Cafferkey) The condition of British nurse Pauline Cafferkey – who was diagnosed with Ebola on her return to Glasgow from Sierra Leone – is now critical. Her condition has gradually deteriorated over the past two days, the Royal Free Hospital in north London said in a statement today. This afternoon the hospital […]

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Aberdeen charity chief fights for life as illness baffles doctors
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A MEDICAL charity boss is fighting for his life after developing a mystery respiratory illness.

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Children too coddled by modern stories, says Emily Blunt
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Actress appearing in new Disney film Into the Woods, says children’s films like Bambi and Dumbo were dark and challenging

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Ebola in the UK: New suspected case in South Gloucestershire, as Scottish nurse worsens
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A patient suspected of having the deadly Ebola virus is being transferred to hospital in Swindon, while doctors say Pauline Cafferkey, the Scottish nurse already stricken with the disease, has deteriorated to a critical condition

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SAS snubbed as defence chiefs appoint Navy man as Britain's anti-terror chief
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Special Boat Service officer is first non-Special Air Service man to be appointed as Director of Special Forces

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Homework is pointless, according to an educational expert
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Scenes like this are largely pointless, according to an educational expert (Picture: Wikicommons) In news that most schoolchildren will tell you they’ve always known, nearly all homework has been labelled ‘completely pointless’ by a leading educational expert. Tom Bennett, director of the ResearchEd conference has said that a new regime, implemented by schools inspectorate Ofsted, […]

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