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Liberal Democrat councillor caught playing Scrabble on laptop during budget meeting
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Martin Elengorn, who sits on Richmond Council in south-west London, says he was trying to block out ‘ritual sparring’ between councillors

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Fifty Shades of Grey: Schoolboy excluded from World Book Day activities for dressing up as Christian Grey
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The 11-year-old dressed up as the millionaire businessman from the erotic book

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Morecambe Bay NHS Trust paid out £45m in negligence and legal costs over 7 years
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A total of £12.5m was paid to families treated by the maternity service where a ‘lethal mix’ of failures cost the lives of 11 babies and a mum

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‘Doing. Tesco. Over': Robber’s Facebook post before raiding store
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Hennells posted the stupid comment on Facebook before robbing a Tesco (Picture: Archant) Really? This is just amateurish. Andrew Hennells told his Facebook friends he was ‘doing Tesco over’ before, well, doing Tesco over. The 31-year-old robbed the store in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, and escaped with £410 on Friday February 13. A member of the […]

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Pets At Home put down sick pet cat and keep it in freezer after he went missing because vet couldn’t find owners
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Kiana cries after finding her cat dead and frozen (Picture: Julie Neeson/ Facebook) This is the heartbreaking moment a little girl cried when she was reunited with her sick cat after it was put down and frozen by Pets At Home. Julie Neeson and her daughters Tia, 13, and Kiana, ten, learnt of Babies’ demise after searching […]

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Feeling a Bit Hacked Off Lately? This Might Explain Why
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Hacking is a word in vogue. A quick hack of my own recent memory banks and I retrieve the following current usages: ‘Hacking Happiness’, ‘Hack Schooling’, ‘Lifehacker’, ‘Parent Hacks’, ‘Wisdom Hackers’, and (this one is my favourite) ‘What would Jesus Hack’ (taken from the title of a recent Economist article). In my experience, whenever a […]

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Dawn Spacecraft Arrives At Ceres: New Pictures Of The Largest Almost-Planet In The Asteroid Belt
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NASA’s Dawn spacecraft is about to make an historic rendezvous with the dwarf planet Ceres, the largest body in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. The Dawn probe, which has futuristic ion propulsion, is due to go into orbit around the mini-world tomorrow. Recent images of Ceres taken by the spacecraft’s cameras have already […]

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Poll: Britain Refusing To Capitulate To Helpful Robot Assistants
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The majority of people are unwilling to succumb to the inevitable domination of humanity by robots — or, to put it another way, to consider using robot assistants to assist their relatives. Despite the development and adoption of assistant bots in other parts of the world, in the UK just a third (33%) of people […]

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No Mother Should Have to Endure the Pain of Burying Three Babies
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I consider myself to be a very lucky woman. I have four beautiful children, a great home, I enjoy my job and love my husband. My life however has not always been this simple. I live in a place called Iyolwa in Eastern Uganda. It’s a rural setting with bad roads and limited local facilities. […]

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Latest poll of voters reveals TV characters they associate with party leaders
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A poll, commissioned by former Tory treasurer Lord Ashcroft has shown has the TV characters voters most associated with party leaders with David Cameron described as Dick Dastardly.

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