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Big tax bill shock for workers who dip into pensions
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HUNDREDS of thousands of workers planning to dip into their pensions this year could be hit by an unexpected tax bill, experts warned yesterday.

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Prison tuck shops a good deal for jailbirds
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PRISON bosses look set to spend £20million of taxpayers’ money on stocking tuck shops in Scottish jails with cut-price confectionery and cigarettes.

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Benefits mother of 11 is now single after 'love rat' hubby dumps her while she is pregnant with her 12th child
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The news emerged just days after Cheryl Prudham, from Gravesend – who infamously took her huge brood on holiday despite claiming £38,000 in benefits – announced she was expecting another girl.

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Scots teen helping JK Rowling magic work on TV for adults
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A SCOTS schoolgirl will be propelled into the limelight next month when she takes a lead role in a television adaption of JK Rowling’s first novel for adults.

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Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey may return to Africa to fight disease
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NURSE Pauline Cafferkey has refused to rule out returning to West Africa despite almost dying after contracting Ebola.

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£10million compensation payouts a year as cars are maimed by potholed streets
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DRIVERS are making payout claims to councils over damage caused by potholes every 11 minutes.

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Who is Libby Lane? A look at the Church of England's first woman bishop
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THE consecration of the Reverend Libby Lane today heralds an end to centuries of male rule within the Church of England.

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English getting better medical care than Scots
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SCOTLAND’S NHS is lagging behind its English counterpart despite a huge boost in spending, a new report has revealed.

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David Cameron 'reined in Britain's FIFA corruption criticism'
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Key phrases warning of the impact on the “beautiful game” were removed. Labour MP Steve Rotheram raged: “The Government should not have backtracked”

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Why we should start taking Paganism seriously
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Glastonbury Tor is known as the mystical Isle of Avalon and has significance among Pagans (Picture by Andrea Pucci) If you ask most people what they think Paganism is all about they will probably allude to semi-naked druid types prancing around Stonehenge at the Summer Solstice. But the truth is that we all have a […]

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