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2015/02/23 16:49
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Professor Stephen Hawking has told of his pride in Eddie Redmayne after the British star landed the best actor Oscar for his role as the famous physicist. The 33-year-old won the gong for his...
2015/02/23 16:49
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2015/02/23 06:12
2015/02/23 06:12
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An emotional Eddie Redmayne was propelled into the frontline of Hollywood stardom today when he won the leading actor Oscar. The star, lauded for his performance as Professor Stephen Hawking in The...
2015/02/23 01:49
2015/02/23 01:49
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A former policeman who is one of three men sought in connection with an alleged racist incident involving Chelsea football fans on a Paris Metro train has apologised for his involvement. But Richard...
2015/02/23 01:04
2015/02/23 01:04
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Thousands of offenders are being jailed unnecessarily, Nick Clegg will warn today as he promises to press for more early interventions to stop vulnerable people going to prison if the Liberal...
2015/02/23 00:27
2015/02/23 00:27
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Nigel Farage will tomorrow set out Ukip's plans to invest an additional £3 billion in front-line NHS services in the party's first big policy launch of the general election campaign. Among the...
2015/02/16 13:49
2015/02/16 13:49
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A Labour government would guarantee an apprenticeship place to any school-leaver who gets the required grades, Ed Miliband announced as he set out his plan for boosting the UK's prosperity. The...
2015/02/16 10:49
2015/02/16 10:49
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Passengers are pouring more and more money into the rail industry but Government funding for rail is dipping, according to official figures. Government funding per passenger is far less in England...
2015/02/16 04:12
2015/02/16 04:12
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A powerful "skunk-like" cannabis is associated with one in four new cases of psychosis, a study has found. Scientists at King's College London also found the potent form of the Class B drug led to a...
2015/02/16 01:50
2015/02/16 01:50
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Some 13.5 million households in the UK are losing out on a total of £2.7 billion by not switching energy suppliers, it has been revealed. The "ugly truth" of the energy market is that most Britons...
2015/02/16 01:49
2015/02/16 01:49
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An international fighting fund is needed to support urgently needed research into new ways of tackling superbugs, according to the latest report from a review of antimicrobial resistance ordered by...
2015/02/16 01:49
2015/02/16 01:49
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The CBI has upgraded its forecast for economic growth this year amid low oil prices and falling inflation. Britain is now expected to grow by 2.7% in 2015, up from a previous projection of 2.5%,...
2015/02/16 01:49
2015/02/16 01:49
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The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken of the importance of preventing children's problems becoming worse as they get older in a video message she has recorded to support the UK's first Children's Mental...
2015/02/16 00:27
2015/02/16 00:27
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Leeds United's former technical director has brought a High Court damages claim over his dismissal for sending an email containing "obscene" images of naked women in the shower. Gwyn Williams, 66,...
2015/02/09 14:10
2015/02/09 14:10
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The leader of the Irish who fought against fascism in Spain sent 25 men home fearing more loss of life, new records from Russia revealed. Frank Ryan from Knocklong, Co Limerick, was a republican who...
2015/02/09 06:20
2015/02/09 06:20
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Eddie Redmayne has continued his domination of awards season as he carried off the leading actor Bafta for his performance as Professor Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything. The industry...
2015/02/09 01:50
2015/02/09 01:50
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Social media users who persistently spread racial hatred online could be given "internet Asbos" blocking them from sites such as Twitter and Facebook under proposals to tackle rising levels of...
2015/02/09 01:49
2015/02/09 01:49
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A former baggage handler caught with links to an electronic bomb-making manual and videos on his computer, and who emailed similar links to an al Qaida magazine, has been jailed for two years and...
2015/02/09 01:49
2015/02/09 01:49
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Almost 50,000 drivers made claims against councils across Britain for damage caused to their vehicles by potholes in the last financial year. The 200 (out of a total of 207) local highways...
2015/02/09 00:13
2015/02/09 00:13
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Police forces should not investigate complaints against their own officers, the Police Federation said. After new figures showed recorded complaints against police officers rose 15% last year to...
2015/02/09 00:12
2015/02/09 00:12
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The long-delayed inquiry into historic child sex abuse is to be reconstituted under a new chair with tough new powers to compel witnesses to attend and provide evidence. Home Secretary Theresa May...
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