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Page 3 scrapped as The Sun covers up topless models after 45 years
www.mirror.co.uk

Last friday’s edition of the newspaper is understood to be the last time a topless model will feature on page 3 – ending a controversial tradition that began in 1970

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'She's not getting a penny out of me': Father fumes over five-year-old's 'no show' birthday party invoice
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Delivery driver Derek Nash is refusing to pay wealthy parents Julie and Simon Lawrence who handed his child a £15.95 bill

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Terror suspects and criminals to be stripped of human rights
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The draft bill, to replace the Human Rights Act, would allow British judges to ignore the European Court of Human Rights

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Voters don't trust the party leaders enough to lend them a tenner, poll finds
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Less than half of voter would lend £10 to David Cameron, Ed Miliband or Nick Clegg, with the Liberal Democrat leader voted least likely to pay the money back

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Bid to install 'gunfire detectors' in public buildings
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Politicians seek backing for £3 million pilot scheme which would fit railway stations, shopping centres and other crowded buildings with electronic equipment which alerts police when gunfire is detected

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Winston Churchill would never get elected today, says Jeremy Paxman
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The former Newsnight presenter says that the wartime leader was ‘a man of his time’ and would have been suffocated by modern spin

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SNP's home rule 'would give Scotland £7 billion shortfall'
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Opposition party leaders warn the SNP’s demand for full fiscal autonomy is “madness” as the Institute for Fiscal Studies estimates the impact on Scotland’s finances.

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Mansion tax is crude, says Mandelson: Labour grandee launches stinging attack on Miliband's plan calling it 'short-termist'
www.dailymail.co.uk

Lord Mandelson has described Labour leader Ed Miliband’s plan to impose mansion tax on British homes worth £2m or more as ‘crude’ and ‘short-termist’ and said it would ‘clobber’ people.

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Eating nuts may be better for you than taking statins: Doctors warn that simply changing their diet may be better for some patients than taking drugs
www.dailymail.co.uk

An article in UK healthcare journal Prescriber suggests that patients should be told that a healthy diet, including nuts, olive oil and apples, can have similar benefits to taking cholesterol-lowering drugs.

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UK Muslim lawyer rants at West over slaughter in Paris
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A HIGH-flying Muslim trainee lawyer sparked anger yesterday by blaming the Paris terror attacks on Westerners who “killed, raped and pillaged” Islamic countries.

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