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Sgt Edward Keteca 'attacked soldiers because he thought one called his wife fat' 
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Sgt Edward Keteca, 35, told police he’d heard Gnr Gary Doyle say ‘something derogatory’ about his wife Aimee as they left an officer’s mess party at Larkhill Royal Artillery Barracks, in Wiltshire.

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Gary Glitter beat-boxes and demonstrates wide-eyed stare to court in sex offence trial
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GARY Glitter beat-boxed in the witness stand and demonstrated his trademark wide-eyed stare to the courtroom today as his trial for historic sex offences continues.

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'The Jump': 'Gogglebox' Star Dom Paker Could Be Forced To Pull Out After Suffering 'Suspected Concussion', Following Training Accident
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Another celebrity contestant could be about to drop out of ‘The Jump’ due to injury, after ‘Gogglebox’ cast member Dom Parker has suffered a suspected concussion during training. SEE MORE: Joey Disrupts ‘The Jump’ Filming With A Rather Embarrassing Ailment Even More Stars Of ‘The Jump’ Injured During Training It’s thought that Dom was practising […]

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£3.5bn pay-out for patients given killer blood
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PATIENTS who contracted HIV and Hepatitis C after being given contaminated blood products by the NHS could be entitled to a staggering £3.5billion payout.

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Wine overtakes beer as 'nation's favourite drink'
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Soaring popularity of Argentinian wine helps tip the balance

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Man finds animal poo smeared across his beer
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Sam Rushton says it was enough to make him feel unwell the next day (Picture: Ross Parry) Is it too much to ask on a Saturday afternoon to put your feet up, have a nice cold beer and watch your team play? That’s what one football fan will be wondering after he discovered some cans of beer he’d […]

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Hospitals overrun by patients declare state of emergency
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Five hospitals have declared ‘major incidents’ – usually reserved for air crashes or terror attacks – and cancelled all but the most urgent operations after an unprecedented surge in demand.

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Aldi recalls family-sized chocolate bars in salmonella alert
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Eating this bar can turn you into a chocolate fountain (Picture: Aldi) Salmonella has been found in a batch of Aldi chocolate bars – and the chain has issued a recall of one family-sized bar which has already been on sale. The bacteria, which can cause bouts of vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal pain, was found […]

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April Fools Day 2015 Pranks From Marmite, Richard Branson And The Kim Kardashian Ice Lolly
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April Fools Day 2015 isn’t only reserved for household pranks or tricks on co-workers: now everyone wants to get involve in the mischief. Some of our favourite pranks from advertisers were so ridiculous we’re not sure if anyone believed them – and others (like Costa’s Japanese ostrich pillows) we really wish were true. SEE ALSO: […]

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Remains of former lord mayor and notorious criminals set to be unearthed when Bedlam burial ground is excavated during Crossrail project
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Research has identified the names and backgrounds of more than 5,000 people buried at the old Bedlam site at Liverpool Street, London, that are set to be unearthed during Crossrail excavations.

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