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British teacher feared drowned after being swept out to sea during dream Bulgaria holiday
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A BRITISH teacher was missing feared drowned tonight after he was swept out to sea during a dream holiday in Bulgaria.

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Vic Reeves forced to take refuge with model wife Nancy on staycation
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The family ducked into the four-star steakhouse in Keswick during a downpour but were back on the road the next day, with Nancy Sorrell posting sexy swimwear shots in the Lake District.

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RSPCA tell bank customers being dive-bombed by seagulls to use an UMBRELLA
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A chick had fallen from a seagull nest on the roof of a NatWest bank in Ipswich, Suffolk, making the adults aggressive and forcing manager Laura McQueen, pictured, to offer customers her umbrella for protection.

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Calais migrants have started taking French language classes
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With plenty of time on their hands in the Calais migrant camp known as ‘the Jungle’, some migrants have started to head back to the classroom and take French lessons.

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Is Tory donor James Lupton the mystery Kids Company donor?
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James Lupton, the multimillionaire Tory party co-treasurer, has refuted claims he persuaded the government to give a £3million grant to Kids Company.

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Airport VAT rip-off on duty-free sales 'at Boots, Dixons and WHSmith'
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Holidaymakers have today expressed their outrage over retailers who are ‘taking advantage’ of customers by demanding boarding passes to avoid paying tax yet charging high street prices.

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Prison assaults at record high as overcrowding and staff shortages hit breaking point
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Figures show a shocking 46 violent crimes a day, with inmates suffering knife wounds, fractures, burns and permanent blindness

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Pet food costs FIFTY per cent more than similar meals humans eat
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Tins of our food also contain considerably more meat than fancy tins or packets sold as treats for dogs and cats

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Former Japanese POW: 'I heard guards making my coffin but I don't blame them … I even kept in touch with jailer'
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“I have absolutely no resentment towards the Japanese today. I have moved on," insists 96-year-old on 70th anniversary of VJ Day

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Edward Heath fixed it for Jimmy Savile to receive OBE and attended Paedophile Information Exchange meetings
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Heath later appeared on Savile’s BBC TV show Jim’ll Fix It when it was one of the nation’s favourites

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