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Why Is it Acceptable for the Media to Judge People Based on Their Appearance?
www.huffingtonpost.co.uk

You don’t have to search hard to find established and popular news websites judging celebrities based on their appearance. Let’s take a look at two scenarios: 1) A bully stands in a schoolyard and makes nasty comments about a fellow pupil’s appearance. 2) A news website posts an article making comments about a celebrity looking […]

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Syria-related terror arrests increase six-fold in a year
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There were 165 Syria-related arrests in 2014 compared to just 25 in the previous year, according to Scotland Yard

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Up to a third of army chiefs to be axed
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General Sir Nicholas Carter, the new head of the army, aims to make the force more professional and reduce bureaucracy

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'Dear Muaamar': Tony Blair's letter to Colonel Gaddafi reveals collusion between UK and Libyan regime
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The former prime minister thanked Gaddafi for the ‘excellent co-operation’ between the two countries and apologised for failing to deport the tyrant’s enemies

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Mother fears for life after attacks on her home near Ashford, in Kent
www.dailymail.co.uk

Florica Tiru, 45, is living in fear after she found the cross from her 10-year-old daughter’s grave buried upside down in her garden and ‘RIP’ sprayed across her bedroom window at her house in Ashford, Kent.

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First doses of Ebola vaccine arrive in Liberia ahead of the largest-ever trial, with 30,000 volunteers taking part
www.dailymail.co.uk

An initial 300 doses of the vaccine, developed in the UK, will arrive in Liberia today. They will be used in the first large-scale vaccine trial, where healthcare workers will be among the first to receive the drug.

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Raif Badawi may not be flogged again and could have prison sentence reduced
www.dailymail.co.uk

The flogging of a Saudi blogger sentenced to 1,000 lashes and 10 years in prison for criticising clerics may be stopped and he could have his jail sentence reduced, it has been claimed.

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Schools give a lifeline to students with deadly heart condition
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A FAMILY stricken with a potentially deadly heart condition has inspired three schools to install life-saving defibrillator machines.

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SNP under fire over ‘ID register’ plans
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THIS photo was meant to reassure Scots their freedoms would be protected in an independent country.

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Judge slams Coronation Street's Rita for 'wasting court's time and money' on drink drive charge
www.mirror.co.uk

Barbara Knox, who has played Rita Tanner for 44 years, dramatically changed her drink drive plea to guilty

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