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1. Baby found injured at home dies in Birmingham hospital17:35[−]
A woman named locally as Helen Louise Corlett, and a man have been arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury to a child, after the toddler was found dead at home in Birmingham.

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2. Residents evacuated from homes in Lancashire overnight17:28[−]
The Met Office has put in place a warning for ice in northern England and Scotland from 6pm tonight until 10am tomorrow, and expects temperatures to fall to -2C (28F) overnight this weekend.

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3. Beagle mauled to death by two mastiffs in Manchester park16:49[−]
WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT: Chester the two-year-old beagle had 'chunks missing from his body' after he was set upon by the dogs in Eccles, Greater Manchester.

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4. Wales judge wants to 'knock neighbours' heads together'16:46[−]
Tony Mallon (pictured) appeared at Swansea Crown Court over a row with his neighbour Bobby Vijay - but the prosecution failed to offer a case and a non-conviction restraining order was imposed.

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5. Moment 'evil monk' stares through Leeds haunted pub window16:41[−]
The 34-year-old was editing clips from his trip to Abbey House Museum in Leeds, Yorkshire, last month when he spotted the 'strange' face lurking behind him.

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6. North Shields mum demands son's school ban Sleeping Beauty15:52[−]
Sarah Hall, from Northumberland Park, North Shields, demanded her six-year-old son's school ban the story after claiming it promotes an 'inappropriate sexual' message' to children.

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7. London pensioner 'brain damaged when she fell from bed'15:52[−]
Jean Malcherczyk, 87, sustained horrific facial injuries after falling from a hospital trolley onto hard flooring at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Greenwich.

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8. James Bulger killer Venables back in jail for child porn15:52[−]
The 35-year-old (pictured in was arrested last week after officials making a routine visit to his home discovered the vile images on his computer and alerted police.

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9. East 17's Brian Harvey is arrested over 'malicious tweets'15:42[−]
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said that the 90's boy band frontman, 43, was arrested yesterday and taken into custody in London, where enquiries continue.

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10. Teacher resigns at St Paul's Girls' over abuse allegations15:04[−]
St Paul's Girls' School, in Hammersmith, became mired in an abuse scandal last week after at least two former pupils claimed they were sexually abused between the 1970s and 1990s.

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11. Hull secret heroin addict died taking drugs for rhinos15:02[−]
Christopher Dyson, 25 - described by his family as a kind-hearted man who 'would give you his last pound' - was found foaming at the mouth, at the west Hull house he shared with friends.

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12. Peter Oborne: Phil's Budget has punctured Corbyn14:10[−]
Philip Hammond's career, and by extension the career of Mrs May, was hanging by a thread as he went to deliver his Budget this morning - and despite his faults, he managed to save them both.

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13. David Cassidy struggled shake off goody image14:01[−]
For years, the teen and pre-teen heart-throb was hunted and hounded by millions of devotees.

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14. Councils given blank cheque for fire safety after Grenfell13:46[−]
Those struggling to stump up the money to make flats safe can ask central Government for help, the Chancellor announced.

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15. Alex Brummer: Budget has flawed record for forecasting13:45[−]
While it is relatively easy to predict the productivity of a factory, it is far trickier to come up with accurate forecasts for the digital economy, where the UK is a world leader, leading to unnecessary gloom.

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16. Spreadsheet Phil became a veritable thigh slapper13:44[−]
Don't yet book him as warm-up man for comedian Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown in Dundee tomorrow night, but Philip Hammond worked plenty of gags into his 62-minute Budget yesterday.

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17. Budget 2017: First time buyers' relief at stamp duty cut13:42[−]
In a boost for young people struggling to get on the housing ladder, the Chancellor scrapped the levy for most first-time buyers, such as Sophie Diaz and Heinrich Schroder (pictured).

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18. Men jailed over Hastings taxi rank attack death13:24[−]
Elliot Bourdon-Pierre, 25, and Matthew Smith, 22, attacked Brian Hill, 60, (pictured) and his younger sibling Andrew, 53, as they waited for a cab in Hastings, in East Sussex.

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19. Coffee cuts risk of heart disease and help you live longer13:21[−]
This amount cuts the risk of heart disease by 15% and early death by 17%, found the University of Southampton. It also slashes chances of certain cancers, diabetes, liver disease and dementia.

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20. McDonnell 'doesn't NEED to know figures as he has iPad'13:19[−]
The shadow chancellor used the extraordinary excuse as he struggled to explain why he was unable to say how much it cost to service government debt.

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21. Teenager who stabbed Leeds teacher could have been stopped12:53[−]
Spanish teacher Mrs Maguire, 61, died after she was repeatedly stabbed by pupil Will Cornick, 15, at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds in 2014.

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22. Muslim mother 'blamed Ramadan' for driving with a mobile12:37[−]
Lina Khatib from Wythenshawe, pictured, told Manchester Magistrates' Court that her driving 'is not very good' while trying to avoid a conviction for using a mobile phone while behind the wheel.

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23. Football hooligan, 18, banned from matches for four years12:34[−]
Joe Lowe, 18, was caught on camera launching a kick at the man after a brawl broke out after Sheffield United's match away at Middlesbrough on August 12.

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24. UK must beef up jihadi cyber defences says ex-CIA chief11:56[−]
Former CIA director General David Petraeus yesterday warned Britain must beef up its cyber defences to stop extremists acquiring virtual weapons of mass destruction.

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25. Retired company director left with injuries after attack11:56[−]
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Arthur 'Bob' Gumbley, 87, was set upon by the pair of robbers at his home near Sutton Coldfield and left with severe bruising and will require surgery.

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26. Handyman beat a customer to death in West Sussex11:56[−]
Alan Creasey (pictured) was found with minor injuries by police at his home in Lancing, after reports of a disturbance. When they returned an hour later he had a fresh fatal head wound.

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27. Terrifying brawl erupts in Liverpool city centre11:36[−]
Police were called to the mass brawl in Concert Square in Liverpool where around 40 people, reportedly football fans, were seen fighting in the streets.

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28. Putin says businesses must be ready for war production11:35[−]
Vladimir Putin told a meeting of world military chiefs in Sochi on Wednesday that 'all large-scale enterprises should be ready' to meet war-time needs at a moment's notice.

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29. British student fell to her death from Brazilian hotel11:10[−]
University student Zoe Robinson, 21, suffered multiple injuries after she fell after a night out clubbing with new friends, before which they had been to see an Olympic football match in Brazil.

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30. Severed arm found in the search for journalist Kim Wall10:40[−]
A severed left arm found in waters off Copenhagen is probably dismembered journalist Kim Wall's, police have said. Inventor Peter Madsen admits dismembering her body but denies killing her.

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31. Tudor Mansion up for sale for ?1.4m in East Sussex09:43[−]
A Tudor mansion where Neil Diamond and Leonard Cohen sang and formerly owned by the founder of the Guinness Book of Records has gone up auction with a guide price of ?1.4million.

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32. Travel chaos feared as Britain faces eight inches of snow06:37[−]
The Met Office said heavy and persistent snow is forecast in Scotland overnight, with 2in (5cm) likely for many parts and up to 8in (20cm) on the highest ground.

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33. Migrants win right to stay in UK once every 36 seconds05:09[−]
Britain handed out residence permits to non-EU migrants at the rate of one every 36 seconds last year. Officials allowed 865,894 people from outside the EU to live here.

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34. Care, defence, savers... what the Chancellor DIDN'T say05:04[−]
Social care and defence were two of the most notable omissions from the Budget yesterday. Campaigners said they were shocked that the Chancellor had failed to mention such major issues

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35. Worst polluting plastics facing a tax crackdown05:02[−]
The worst polluting plastics could be taxed in plans to tackle ‘the scourge’ of environmental littering. Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a consultation on single-use plastics.

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36. Air duty rise on premium flight fares05:01[−]
Philip Hammond called it a ‘Lewis Hamilton’ tax – a reference to the Formula One star who was exposed in the Paradise Papers for avoiding VAT on his ?16.5million private jet.

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37. Budget: Diesel drivers to pay up to ?500 extra in tax hike04:53[−]
The VED increase, which will apply to new diesel cars registered from April 1 next year, will force buyers to pay up to ?500 extra in the first year of ownership and raise more than ?250million in total.

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38. Small businesses breathe sigh of relief after Budget04:50[−]
Philip Hammond abandoned plans to force more small firms to pay VAT amid fears this would prove to be deeply unpopular among traditional Conservative voters.

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39. Nurses' pay rise could open public sector floodgates04:44[−]
The move will increase pressure on the Chancellor to make the same costly pledge to teachers, police, prison officers and all other public sector staff.

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40. Owners of empty homes could see council tax bill DOUBLE04:40[−]
Yesterday, the Chancellor handed authorities the power to increase this empty homes council tax premium to 100 per cent – doubling the bill.

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41. Britain will be in the red until 2031, Chancellor says04:39[−]
The Office for Budget Responsibility has forecast the Chancellor will miss his target to eliminate the deficit by 2025, and will instead reach the goal in 2031 at the earliest.

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42. Record one in seven couples approved are now same-sex04:36[−]
The importance of gay adoption is growing as numbers of heterosexual couples going through the system fell to their lowest level in six years. Same-sex couples in the queue rose by 13 per cent.

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43. Budget 2017: Family doesn't expect to see tax cut benefits04:36[−]
Emma and James Coles, from Milton Keynes, are both business analysts and are taxed at the standard rate. They doubt they will notice the benefit from the rise in tax-free personal allowance.

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44. Oxford considers banning tourist groups to cut congestion04:29[−]
Oxford may introduce no-tourist group zones in a bid to ease congestion caused by the annual seven million visitors to the city, which local politicians say 'puts a strain' on it.

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45. Lions take down big giraffe against all odds in epic fight04:07[−]
Michael Cohen, from New York, was shooting at Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, shared by South Africa, Botswana and Namibia, when he came across the hunt.

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46. Buncrana inquest hears from hero who saved baby04:02[−]
Sean McGrotty, 46, was behind the wheel of his Audi Q7 jeep when it slipped off a pier in Buncrana, Donegal, and sunk beneath the waters of the Lough Swilly.

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47. Watchdog brings in new rules for broadband speeds adverts04:01[−]
Internet giants are to be blocked from misleading customers with bogus claims about their broadband speeds, which are allowed even if just 10 per cent of households can achieve them.

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48. British schoolboy 'abducted by his mother' in Spain03:59[−]
Alex Batty flew to Malaga, Spain, with his mother on a pre-arranged holiday to Benahavis, near Marbella, on September 30. But he has not returned home, sparking a police search.

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49. 'Plastic didn't kill Blue Planet II whale' says industry03:52[−]
Plastic makers have hit back at claims that ‘alarmist’ images of a dead baby whale and its mother in the BBC’s Blue Planet II were linked to plastics ‘with absolutely no supporting evidence’.

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50. University of Bath staff call on fat-cat chief to resign03:29[−]
Britain's highest-paid vice chancellor, Dame Glynis Breakwell, was yesterday asked to ‘resign with immediate effect’ following an emergency meeting of university staff.

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51. Thief who stole Jaffa Cakes from a pub jailed for a year02:49[−]
John Saunders broke into The Foresters in Dartford, Kent, in October and pinched a box of the treats (pictured) along with 15 packs of cigarettes, before he was confronted by members of the public.

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52. Strictly Come Dancing stars perform at Buckingham Palace02:38[−]
The segment of the BBC dance contest, filmed inside the royal residence, will be aired as part of this year's Strictly Christmas Special.

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53. Essex man smirks as he's spared jail for killing driver02:26[−]
Marc Lewis Hensby (pictured) collided with the rear end of Mr Crow's moped on the A138 near Chelmsford, causing him to crash and land on the road, suffering severe brain injuries

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54. Nando Parrado recalls surviving 1972 Andes plane wreck01:53[−]
Fernando Parrado, now 67, was only 22 when he was in a plane crash that left 16 survivors in the Andes Mountains for 72 days. Forty-five years on, Mr Parrado retells his incredible story of survival.

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55. New poll puts the Tories four points ahead of Labour00:40[−]
The Kantar Public survey put the Conservatives on 42 per cent, ahead of Labour on 38 per cent, the Lib Dems on nine and Ukip on five.

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56. Labourer who stabbed ex-bouncer in St Helens walks free00:38[−]
Leighton Holt, 21, of Stockbridge Village, Merseyside, denied the murder of Daniel Fox (left), 29, who was stabbed in the chest in the early hours of the morning in St Helens on Sep 2 last year.

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57. Uber kept the UK authorities in the dark about data hack00:30[−]
UK authorities were unaware of a mass data breach at Uber that potentially saw British customers' personal details fall into the hands of cyber criminals, Downing Street has said.

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58. Girlfriend who set a Cardiff home on fire has sentence cut00:27[−]
Kasey-Lee Schembri, who set fire to her boyfriend's home after he dumped her, has had her sentence slashed and will soon be reunited with the baby daughter she gave birth to in prison.

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59. Tributes to flying instructor who died in Waddesdon crash00:22[−]
Jaspal Bahra, 27, who worked at Booker Aviation flight training firm in High Wycombe, was one of four people killed in the crash above Waddesdon in Buckinghamshire on Friday.

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60. Brazen thief steals MacMillan charity tin in Portsmouth00:21[−]
A thief has been caught stealing a charity tin from a truck stop in Portsmouth. Shocking CCTV footage shows the man enter the Portsmouth Truckstop in Hampshire and take off with the tin.

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61. Indian health minister claims cancer is 'divine justice'00:17[−]
Himanta Biswa Sarma, healthcare chief for Assam state, said cancer in young men and tragic accidents are forms of divine justice caused because people had sinned in a past life.

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62. Hopes fade for finding crew alive on Argentine submarineСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Hopes of finding the missing Argentine submarine and its crew of 44 alive were all but dashed on Wednesday.

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63. Northumberland bus driver sacrificed himself to save 50Ср., 22 нояб.[−]
Maurice Wrightson, 63, from Ashington, Northumberland, had been descending the D211 road from French ski resort Alpe d'Huez with a coach full of British resort staff on April 16 2013.

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64. Lidl shoppers fined ?90 due to new parking systemСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Shoppers at a Lidl in Witney, Oxfordshire, have reacted with fury after they were slapped with ?90 fines due to a new parking system that sees cameras monitor vehicles as they enter the car park.

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65. Clydebank man cleared of raping women is guilty of assaultСр., 22 нояб.[−]
One woman had told the High Court in Edinburgh that Lawence Barilli (pictured) had pounced on her while she was asleep in bed, before blaming a condition he said 'makes him do that'.

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66. Oakham man ‘took life after woman talked him into it'Ср., 22 нояб.[−]
Matthew Birkinshaw, 31, was allegedly encouraged to kill himself by Natasha Gordon, in his car at Rutland Water, in Oakham, Rutland, after the pair exchanged messages online.

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67. Cambridge student who took LSD died accidentallyСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Rugby player Thomas Millward, 19, was found unconscious and naked at the foot of a stairwell after taking the drug with his girlfriend in his room at Girton College on March 5 last year.

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68. Two young men stabbed just hours apart in LondonСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Jason Isaacs and Kacem Mokrane (pictured), both 18, were believed to have been killed in gang attacks near their homes. Eighteen teenagers have been killed by stabbing in London this year.

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69. Human remains found beneath Stalybridge Aldi car parkСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Police said they were called this morning after reports human remains had been found by contractors working on a new supermarket car park in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester.

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70. Ratko Mladic gives a thumbs up in UN war crimes tribunalСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic, 74, was found guilty of ten counts of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the 1992-1995 war.

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71. Chelmsley Wood man kills self after ruled not suicide riskСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Marlon Demaine was assessed three times by different mental teams in the 36 hours before his suicide at his Chelmsley Wood home, an inquest at Birmingham Coroners Court heard.

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72. Activists build Holocaust memorial near AfD member’s homeСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Activists set up 24 large concrete slabs next to German far-right politician Bjoern Hoecke's house, in the hope of sending him a daily reminder of the holocaust.

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73. Cumbria man who abused Poppi Worthington to give evidenceСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Paul Worthington, 49, wanted to give evidence via a videolink at the inquest of his daughter Poppi Worthington in Cumbria, claiming he was at risk because he has received death threats.

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74. Concentration camp survivor sees Mladic guilty verdictСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Some 25 years after the images of his emaciated body in a Bosnian Serb prison camp shocked the world, Fikret Alic watched as Ratko Mladic was found guilty of genocide in the Hague.

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75. Stirling man who posed as scout to dupe girls jailedСр., 22 нояб.[−]
John Kilpatrick, 24, used a 'friend finder' app to bring up a list of females' profiles, telling them his name was BeccaJane and that he worked for top London modelling agency BMA Models.

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76. Brothers get Christmas wish when serviceman dad appearsСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Chris Gibson, 36, had been in the Falklands for four months serving with the RAF and sons Declan, 11, and Connor, seven, from Gloucester, didn't know when they'd see him next.

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77. BT sales executive squeezed a woman’s bottom in LondonСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Oliver Mason, 29, spotted the woman dressed in sports gear as she made her way home from work on Shoreditch High Street, east London, on 31 March, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard.

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78. Merkel's ex-coalition partner urged to reconsider allianceСр., 22 нояб.[−]
SPD leader Martin Schulz has repeatedly said he would not return as the junior coalition partner to Angela Merkel's CDU/CSU, but has been asked to revise his position.

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79. Welsh couple dine-and-dash in Beefeater restaurantsСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Paul Brown, 50, and wife Rhiannon, 46 (pictured), of Caerphilly, South Wales, began their spree by fleecing three branches of the restaurants in just one month.

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80. Rubbish mountain cleared from behind London homesСр., 22 нояб.[−]
The 27,000-tonne mountain in St Paul's Cray, south east London, was built-up by a firm who intended to burn the waste for renewable energy.

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81. Suffolk Police step up search for Corrie McKeagueСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Corrie's mother, Nicola Urquhart, said police are now using 12 police officers - instead of eight - as well as a bulldozer, in the search for the 23-year-old at the landfill site in Milton, Cambrigeshire.

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82. Opera singer loses fight over Florence Foster Jenkins filmСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Julia Kogan, from Fulham, west London, claimed she had worked in a 'closely intertwined collaboration' with her screenwriter ex-boyfriend Nicholas Martin to create the award-winning 2016 film.

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83. Come Dine With Me head took his own life amid police probeСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Huw Jones, 51, was found dead in a church graveyard in the Vale of Glamorgan two days after allegations of possessing indecent images were made against him.

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84. Holly Valance's husband Nick Candy sues former friendСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Emma Hollyoake is said to have captured Nick Candy 'engaging in some embarrassing behaviour when heavily intoxicated' on the party island of Ibiza on a summer's evening seven years ago.

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85. Warner Music threatens to move out of London HQСр., 22 нояб.[−]
The US music giant said the redevelopment of Columbia Threadneedle Investments' neighbouring site, in Kensington, will cause havoc for their clients.

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86. Aberdeen teacher who spoke about sex struck offСр., 22 нояб.[−]
David McGhee taught religious education, history and modern studies, at two schools in Aberdeen when he made a string of inappropriate comments between 2011 and 2013.

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87. Moment clubber knocked out with single punch in LiverpoolСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Roy Croft viciously assaulted 39-year-old Paul German at 5am in the unprovoked attack in Liverpool last November. Yesterday, as Croft was jailed for 20 months.

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88. Surrey traveller 'murder sparked by punch machine photo'Ср., 22 нояб.[−]
Simon Baker, 22, claims he lashed out in self-defence at Quhey Saunders (pictured) when the pair clashed at Cobham Services in Surrey on 26 June.

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89. Welsh father asks others to get flu jab after son diesСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Macauley Bratherton, 20, from Denbighshire, Wales was only ill for a few days when he was taken to hospital, and died soon after. His parents ask people to get flu shots to prevent it from reocurring

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90. Welsh father asks others to get flu jab after son diesСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Macauley Bratherton, 20, from Denbighshire, Wales was only ill for a few days when he was taken to hospital, and died soon after. His parents ask people to get flu shots to prevent it from reocurring

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91. Boy died in father's arms in Birmingham hospital A&EСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Basil Mohammed suffered from Wolcott Rallison Syndrome and died in the A&E waiting area of Birmingham Children's Hospital, after allegedly sitting with his father for more than an hour.

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92. US aircraft crashes in the Pacific Ocean off JapanСр., 22 нояб.[−]
The plane crashed into the Philippine Sea off Okinawa while flying to the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. The ship's crew has found 8 people so far and they are in 'good' condition.

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93. Driver denies mowing down and killing barrister in LondonСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Michael Sunnooman, 52, has denied mowing down 64-year-old David Batcup as he crossed the road in Balham, south London, on September 13 last year.

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94. UN releases video of a North Korean soldier's escapeСр., 22 нояб.[−]
North Korea is being accused of violating a 1953 armistice agreement after its soldiers fired across the line that divides North and South Korea while chasing after a defector.

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95. Steve McGawley has created another saucy lights displayСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Father-of-four Steve McGawley, 44, has used fairy lights to spell out 'Traffic W' followed by an illuminated anchor on the outside of his home in Blackpool (pictured).

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96. Sandwich church ordered to silence bells at nightСр., 22 нояб.[−]
The chimes at St Peter's Church in Sandwich, Kent - first built in 1100 - currently chime every 15 minutes, even during the night - but church officials now have 90 days to silence them.

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97. Cottage where Jimmy Savile abused victims is still emptyСр., 22 нояб.[−]
The once idyllic home nestled in Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands was raided by police following the TV presenter's death in 2011 - and it is thought up to 20 people suffered abuse there.

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98. Lebanon's PM Saad Hariri puts his resignation on holdСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri told his supporters on Wednesday he would stay with them, after suspending his resignation in a move that eased a major political crisis.

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99. London thug who smashed glass into face of gay man jailedСр., 22 нояб.[−]
Dramatic CCTV footage shows the moment Anjungi Lam, 35, of Croydon, South London, attacked his 23-year-old victim with the glass at a pub in Peckham.

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100. Madonna's wedding Rolls Royce on sale for ?800,000Ср., 22 нояб.[−]
The Rolls Royce was loaned to Madonna and Ritchie by ex-Millwall FC chairman Peter de Savary, who also owned Skibo Castle in Scotland where the celebrity couple tied the knot in 2000.

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101. North Korea accuses US of 'serious provocation'Ср., 22 нояб.[−]
Trump put North Korea back on a list of state sponsors of terrorism on Monday, a designation that allows the United States to impose more sanctions but risks further inflaming tensions.

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102. Taxi driver 'thought student he ran over was a bin bag'Ср., 22 нояб.[−]
Frank Norman, 71, hit and killed Robert Stephenson, 21, while driving a fare around York. Mr Stephenson had attended a rugby tournament and was drunk when he fell asleep in the road.

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103. Clarifications and correctionsВт., 21 нояб.[−]
Following an article on September 9, which included the English Democrats in a list of ‘far right’ organisations, we are happy to make clear that they consider themselves to be modern democratic English nationalists and to fall neither on the right nor left of the political spectrum.

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