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Kay Burley Calls IndyRef ‘Yes’ Campaigner A ‘Nob’...
Kay Burley Calls IndyRef ‘Yes’ Campaigner A ‘Nob’ And Worse THE increasingly bizarre Kay Burley has been doing her thing on Sky News again, this time referring to a Yes campaigner in the Scottish...
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Kay Burley brands independence campaigner a "k***...
The Sky News anchor didn't realise her microphone was on when she made the comment during a broadcast from Aberdeen earlier today. The person she was referring to is understood to be a campaigner for...
Read more at Daily Record
Crandon beating suspect sent to jail
, 38, of Wabeno, Wis., has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery in exchange for the dismissal of three felony charges. She had also been charged with first-degree intentional...
Read more at The Iron Mountain Daily News
Wisconsin woman gets 9 months in jail for beating
CRANDON, Wis. (AP) - One of four people charged with beating a Wisconsin man and leaving him in the woods to die has been sentenced to nine months in jail. WAOW-TV reports (http://bit.ly/XpPmFD )...
Read more at WBAY Green Bay
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Disturbing figures reveal Greater Manchester had ...
Greater Manchester had nearly twice the national average rate of child abductions and kidnappings last year, the M.E.N. can reveal. Police investigated 46 abductions and 20 kidnappings of children...
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Manchester Evening News
Office for National Statistics
All-Party Parliamentary Group
Dozens protest Glynn County school systems expuls...
BRUNSWICK | The mothers of five middle school girls expelled permanently after a fight last spring say their daughters deserve a second chance at receiving a public school education. They referred to...
Read more at The Florida Times-Union
Pinecrest student on title-winning team
SOUTH FORSYTH — Pinecrest Academy student Josiah Jones and a team of other north metro Atlanta high school students recently won first place in the TiE Young Entrepreneurs Global Competition in...
Read more at Forsyth County News
Clutch at the net
Despite being pushed to the limit, the 17th-ranked (NJCAA Div. II) Tritons (9-1 overall, 1-0 ICCAC) pulled out a five-game victory over Ellsworth at Hodges Fieldhouse. Scores were 25-20, 22-25,...
Read more at The Fort Dodge Messenger
Former Machynlleth mayor's fears for and April Jo...
Placing any sort of monument at the site where five-year-old
is assumed to have been murdered will not help Machynlleth to “move on” according to the town’s former mayor. The notorious...
Read more at walesonline
Community decide on Bridger house
PLANS are under way to decide the future of the site where killer Mark Bridger’s rented cottage stood, once it is demolished. First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones this week issued a statement...
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Powys County Council
Shed no tears for Mark Bridger « Shropshire Star
After abducting five-year-old
in Machynlleth and then murdering her in a horrific crime, he did his utmost to avoid justice. April’s parents have still been denied a body or remains over...
Read more at Shropshire Star
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