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James Bulger killer Jon Venables has a 'secret girlfriend'
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Cheryl Cole and lover Liam Payne 'could split in weeks'
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DAN HODGES says Hammond the human shield has had enough 
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Margot Robbie leads glamour at BAFTA nominees party
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The pioneering contraceptive ball that could replace coils
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From Girl Guide to saucy samba queen: Rio's carnival star
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Nell McAndrew's battle with Lyme disease after park run
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Nikolas Cruz's brother is taken to psychiatric facility 
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Penny Lancaster: Life lessons
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The Guardian
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Exclusive: shock figures reveal state of UK’s brutal prisons
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Neil Kinnock warns Jeremy Corbyn: ‘Stop Brexit to save the NHS’
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Should we give up half of the Earth to wildlife?
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Actors and activists join forces on Bafta red carpet to call time on sexism
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Ramaphosa set to purge cabinet of Zuma cronies in war on corruption
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Senior Trump adviser says Russian election meddling 'beyond dispute'
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More than a million benefits sanctions imposed on disabled people since 2010
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Cutting university tuition fees ‘would be a subsidy to Tory voters’
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MPs’ ‘fake news’ inquiry barred from UK embassy
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The Independent
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Anne Treisman: Psychologist who broke ground with research into perception
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Florida shooting: Days after Parkland massacre, activists rally for gun control while a nearby show hawks assault rifles
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Brendan Cox steps down from charities set up in murdered wife Jo's memory over 'mistakes I made several years ago'
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MPs want six-year-old to have access to cannabis treatment for epilepsy
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Can we trust Wikipedia? 1.4 billion people can't be wrong
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Tulip mania: the classic story of a Dutch financial bubble is mostly wrong
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Apple 'repeatedly calls emergency services' after multiple employees injured walking into glass panes at new HQ
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Facebook will use postcards to verify identity of ad buyers in wake of Russia meddling claims
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Number of complaints over police handling of sex attacks and domestic violence soars
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Labour commits to installing sprinkler systems in all new schools as figures show less than one in three have them fitted
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Hunt for gunman who 'killed girl aged 4'
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Grandfather and grandson killed in Horsham level crossing crash
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