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DWP to ''urgently'' review decision to axe benefits to young leukaemia sufferer relying on foodbanks
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Tommi Miller, now 7, had the all-clear but officials refused to restart payments when the cancer returned to attack his spinal cord, bone marrow and brainstem

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Roy Keane 'exploded in foul-mouthed rant after taxi driver told him to smile'
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Police have launched an investigation into the alleged road rage incident that left the driver feeling ‘terrified’

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Filthy and uninhabitable: Council highlights shameful state of private bedsits
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A COUNCIL has decided to shame some of its landlords for the filthy conditions in which they house their tenants.

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Sir Winston Churchill – tributes to a 'great leader and great Briton' on 50th anniversary
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PRIME MINISTER David Cameron led tributes to Sir Winston Churchill on the 50th anniversary of his state funeral today.

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UK weather chaos: Britain set for MORE thundersnow today as up to a foot falls overnight
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Britain was set for more snow to fall today as millions were warned to brace themselves for fresh disruption as snow overnight freezes over. Thundersnow storms battered large parts of northern Britain overnight with up to 23 cm of snow falling in some parts. And forecasters said that ice poses the major threat today, although some sleet and […]

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Pensioner breaks down after hearing late wife in message for first time in 12 years
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Scroll down for video Stan Beaton (Picture: Youtube) This is Stan Beaton. He lost his wife Ruby 12 years ago. The 68-year-old retired forklift truck driver, from Mirfield, West Yorkshire, had kept a voicemail message of her voice on their phone since her death in 2003. But last month, due to work from his phoneline […]

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Four-armed robot surgeon performs first operation in Britain
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The Da Vinci robot (Picture Da Vinci) A four-armed robot surgeon armed with scalpels has carried out colon surgery on a British patient in a technology breakthrough which could revolutionise the way serious illnesses are treated. The Da Vinci XI robot looks alarming, but is actually tiny – and ‘miniaturises’ the movements of the surgeon controlling […]

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Time to Look Ahead on Ebola
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As the Ebola crisis in West Africa begins to ease, there is equal cause for hope and fear. The news that infections have slowed to fewer than 100 new cases per week is cause for optimism. At last, national governments and the World Health Organization have been able to talk of bringing the epidemic to […]

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Holocaust Denial Worries Historians And Religious Leaders As Survivors Dwindle
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On the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the Huffington Post UK is running a series of pieces looking at how we remember the Holocaust: The victims and perpetrators and the untold stories, on what’s likely to be one of the last major commemorations with living survivors. Coachloads of Holocaust survivors gathered at Auschwitz […]

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Contemplating Forgiveness of the Unforgivable
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Forgiveness is a complex term. To respond to harm with kindness must be one of the most difficult of human endeavours, and one which I believe relies upon a sustained belief in a shared humanity. 70 years ago the meaning of forgiveness changed. The liberation of Auschwitz on 27th January 1945 forced the world to […]

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