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Greens would be party of government in 2015 if election was only voted for on policies – survey
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The Green Party’s policies are popular, according to this survey (Picture: Vote for Policies) If people just voted on policies, the Greens would be the party of government in the run-up to the 2015 General Election. That’s according to a survey that polled voters from across the United Kingdom, based solely on policies rather than party […]

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Woman with superhuman ability can float in water without sinking
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Meet Libby Tucker, a swimming instructor from Kent. Libby Tucker (Picture: Masons) The 67-year-old grandmother has an incredible ability… she can remain floating on water while remaining completely still. Just look: A truly superhuman ability (Picture: Masons) She really isn’t touching the bottom, she’s just floating there in 6ft of water (she’s 5ft 7ins). Like […]

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My Three Words for Davos this Year
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Universal Health Coverage will be high on the agenda at this year’s meeting, and rightly so. No country can say that it perfectly fulfils the World Health Organization definition of “access to key health interventions for all at an affordable cost, thereby achieving equity in access” and at least 60% of the world’s 192 countries […]

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'I don't think they are being honest': Question Time clash over delayed Chilcot report
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QUESTION Time panelists clashed last night over the publication of conversations between world leaders in the delayed Chilcot report.

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BREAKING NEWS: Coronation Street star Barbara Knox admits drink driving
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VETERAN soap star Barbara Knox, best known for her role as Rita Turner on Coronation Street, has pleaded guilty to drink driving today.

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He paid price for loyalty to Maggie: How leaked letter marked the end of Leon Brittan's Westminster career
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Leon Brittan’s departure over the letter that criticised Michael Heseltine was a crushing blow for an ambitious man, still only 46 and with, as he saw it, more glittering prizes ahead of him.

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World Dwarf Games gold medallist 'died from overdose of painkilling drugs'
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Ruth Smith, 22, had been prescribed the anti seizure drug midazolam and Co-codamol which is made up of paracetamol and codeine, an inquest heard

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‘I’m going to rape you': Woman finds chilling message on TV screen after checking into Travelodge
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This image was found on a hotel room TV in a Travelodge in Gateshead (Picture: BBC) A female guest who checked into a budget hotel in the north of England was greeted with a disturbing message threatening to ‘rape her’ when she turned on her TV. The guest, who has asked to remain anonymous, found the message on the screen […]

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Man who skipped £500 restaurant bill ordered to finally pay it two years later
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William Potter has been ordered to pay a restaurant bill of more than £500 (Picture: Cascade) A man who skipped a £525 bill at a restaurant will finally be forced to pay it, two years after the incident. When William Potter sat down with three friends to enjoy a slap-up meal at Milsom’s in Dedham, […]

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Schoolgirl left in tears over school inspectors’ lesbian questions
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Lena Wilkinson and her daughter Ariella (10) who all attends Grindon Hall Christian School (Picture: North News) Ofsted inspectors left a ten-year-old girl in tears after questioning her about lesbian relationships. The inspectors spoke to Ariella Wilkinson while visiting Grindon Hall Christian School. The free school has now been placed under special measures after it […]

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