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A letter reputed to be the last written on board the Titanic has gone on display in a visitor attraction dedicated to the doomed liner. The historic artefact, written by a mother and daughter who...
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2015/03/13 00:10
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Tax harms smaller airports - MPs Smaller UK airports are being held back by the existence of the Air Passenger Duty (APD) departure tax, a report by MPs has said. On domestic flights where APD is...
2015/03/09 14:10
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Ex-UUP chief James Molyneaux dies Tributes have been paid to former Ulster Unionist Party leader Lord Molyneaux who has died at the age of 94. The current UUP leader Mike Nesbitt hailed James...
2015/03/05 13:10
2015/03/05 13:10
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Cameron: No hurdles on TV debates David Cameron has insisted he has not put hurdles in the way of televised election debates, insisting he is "unblocking the log jam" in the negotiations. The Prime...
2015/03/04 14:02
2015/03/04 14:02
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Lesbians face jail for killing girl A woman and her lesbian lover are facing years behind bars for torturing, abusing and finally killing her eight-year-old daughter while in the grip of a...
2015/03/04 05:02
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Protest against violence to women Campaigners have gathered in central London to mark One Billion Rising, a global chain of events aimed at combating sexual and domestic violence against...
2015/03/04 05:02
2015/03/04 05:02
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Labour promises tax avoidance probe Ed Miliband has promised a UK Labour government would begin an immediate and independent investigation into multi-billion pound tax avoidance claims by wealthy...
2015/03/04 03:04
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No regrets for PM on Libya policy David Cameron has insisted he does not regret British efforts to rid Libya of Muammar Gaddafi despite growing unrest and the threat from terrorists. The Prime...
2015/03/04 00:36
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Flight death fan's charity legacy Rare football memorabilia collected by a football superfan who was killed when flight MH17 was shot down will be auctioned off in aid of Sir Bobby Robson's cancer...
2015/03/03 20:36
2015/03/03 20:36
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A man from Warrington who acted as a pallbearer at the funeral of a 14-year-old boy has been convicted of stealing money from the youngster's memorial fund. Mark Faulkner, 26, took more than £1,200...
2015/03/03 06:04
2015/03/03 06:04
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Amnesty slams UK on civil liberties The UK has been heavily criticised for its "worrying assault on civil liberties" in Amnesty's flagship annual report on human rights across the world. The human...
2015/03/03 05:04
2015/03/03 05:04
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Zoosk rapped for ads on Date 1D app The dating website Zoosk has been ordered to ensure it places its ads appropriately after they appeared on an app for young fans of One Direction. The app - a...
2015/03/03 05:02
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People are being urged to help fulfil a young boy's last wish by supporting an attempt to make the world's longest loom band. Skye Hall, from Oxford, died in August last year from complications of...
2015/03/03 04:12
2015/03/03 04:12
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Gandhi statue set to be unveiled A statue of Mahatma Gandhi, the "inspirational" leader of India's independence movement, will be unveiled outside the Houses of Parliament next month. The bronze...
2015/03/03 03:50
2015/03/03 03:50
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Judge rejects 'absurd' switch claim One of Britain's top judges dismissed as "absurd" the suggestion that judges had been switched in the retrial of senior Sun executives accused over payments to...
2015/03/03 03:04
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A man thought to be a major figure in British dogfighting has been jailed for 121 days and banned from keeping animals for life. RSPCA officers uncovered what was in effect a training school for pit...
2015/03/03 02:12
2015/03/03 02:12
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Mirror prints phone-hacking apology Trinity Mirror has publicly apologised for phone hacking and said civil claims will cost the company millions more than first thought. The owner of the Daily...
2015/03/03 02:04
2015/03/03 02:04
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Peers vote for triple-DNA babies The UK has become the first country in the world to legalise the creation of IVF babies using DNA from three people. The first baby conceived after mitochondrial...
2015/03/03 01:27
2015/03/03 01:27
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Katie Price takes Big Brother crown An emotional Katie Price has won Celebrity Big Brother, beating Katie Hopkins into second place - but the former glamour model is baffled at her win as she thought...
2015/03/02 19:41
2015/03/02 19:41
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Labour to 'save' Sure Start network Labour would reimpose a requirement on local councils to provide childcare via Sure Start centres in a bid to "save" the network and ease chronic shortages of...
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