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Experts said the rise in non-stun killings was due to ‘stronger campaigning’ from Muslims who wrongly believed that stunning killed animals
According to Ucas, the number of university applications has exceeded the record set before the rise in tuition fees and poorer pupils are now more likely than ever to apply
Three times as many women quit swimming in the last 12 months as men, research shows
The Mayor of London claimed young Britons who travelled abroad to join Islamic State were sexually frustrated ‘losers’
Hundreds of schools were shut and airports, railways and roads severely disrupted as more than a foot of snow hit Britain yesterday – and forecasters warn more is on the way.
AN ARTIST who was supported by his “high-flying” wife has won permission to challenge a divorce ruling ordering him to leave their £1million home and get himself a full-time job.
RAIL fares have more than trebled since privatisation, according to union bosses.
THREE men have been locked up after they raided the home of a lottery millionaire but made off with just a £250 watch and a set of keys.
A fly-on-the-wall documentary on the Houses of Parliament was nearly sabotaged by Tory MPs