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Charity shops ‘killing our town’ claim angry traders
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THE spread of charity shops is driving businesses out of a genteel town, traders said yesterday.

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Judge clears SNP state guardians for kids plan
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CONTROVERSIAL plans to assign a state-appointed guardian to every child in Scotland have moved a step closer after a judge blocked a legal challenge.

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PM and First Minister clash over devo plans
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NICOLA Sturgeon was yesterday accused of trying to undermine a swathe of new powers for Scotland as the UK Government unveiled new laws to boost Holyrood.

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Police tweet out emergency calls, first one turns out to be comical
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Havering MPS tweeted emergency calls it had received from the public (Picture: Getty Images) Eager followers of a police Twitter account, who’d been promised an insight into calls received by the force, may have been disappointed when the first one turned out to be someone who’d misplaced their car. Drug deals, burglaries and assaults are […]

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Reported rapes are at their highest level in ten years, police say
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Police say more victims are now willing to come forward (Picture: Getty) Reported rapes are currently at their highest level in ten years, according to police. Officers investigated 24,000 rapes in the 12 months to September – a 31 per cent rise on the year before – and 49,000 cases of other sexual offences. However, […]

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Philip Hammond and John Kerry focus on defeating Islamic State
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US Secretary of State John Kerry and British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond state the international community’s intention to defeat Isil

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Televised election debate plans in disarray
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Fringe parties including Respect and the Monster Raving Loony Party demand access to debates after broadcasters invite seven leaders’ to join in

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'Fewer than one in five' returning British jihadis charged
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Of the 600 British nationals estimated to have travelled to Iraq or Syria, only 40 are thought to have been charged by the Crown Prosecution Service

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Will Ferrell Hits Cheerleader In The Face With Basketball At Lakers-Pelicans Game (VIDEO)
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Basketball fans got a special treat at a game between the LA Lakers and the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday. They were ermmm, lucky enough to see ‘Anchorman’ star Will Ferrell floor a cheerleader with a vicious blow, right on centre-court. The incident was part of filming for a new movie, ‘Daddy’s Home’, featuring Ferrell […]

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Brian Blessed Collapses During 'King Lear' Performance… But Is Back On Stage In 20 Minutes
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When you’re a professional thespian such as Brian Blessed, are you going to let a little thing like collapsing on stage let you stand in the way of finishing your performance? Of course not. Earlier this week, Brian was starring in ‘King Lear’ when he suddenly fainted in the middle of his performance, causing his […]

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