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Today's Highlight in History: On September 3, 1939, Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand declared war on Germany, two days after the Nazi invasion of Poland; in a radio address, Britain's King...
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Amateur organist raises funds for historic instru...
Twenty years after first playing one of Britain’s most historic organs, amateur organist John Richards returned to help raise funds to preserve it. The retired tax inspector from Cardiff was invited...
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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Carole Middleton is wedded...
Carole Middleton is wedded to wealth: Grandmother of the prince finds time to attend wedding of well-connected friends - days after she was criticised for shunning family nuptials Carole Middleton...
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Princess Diana Died 17 Years Ago in 1997
Levine described Princess Diana as friendly and relaxed during her sitting.(Gemma Levine) Sunday, 31 August marks 17 years since Princess Diana died in a Paris car crash. She initially survived the...
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International Business Times
The top 10 celebrity weddings of all-time
Hollywood couple, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie tied the knot at the weekend, a spokesperson for the couple confirmed. The pair exchanged vows in France on Saturday and then travelled to Malta shortly...
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By the Sea
Nonstop Port Columbus flight to London? It may ha...
Nonstop Port Columbus flight to London? It may happen It eventually may get a little easier to visit the Tower of London,
and Harrods. Officials of the Columbus Regional Airport...
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The Columbus Dispatch
Seven warships move in to stop Newport rising at ...
Police have promised Britain’s biggest ever security operation when Nato warmongers descend on Newport next week. Over 9,500 police officers are being drafted from “every police force in the UK”,...
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North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Working wonders for a double diamond jubilee
Published at 09:09, Monday, 09 July 2012 AS Hexham Abbey Festival prepares to celebrate its own Diamond Jubilee it seems entirely fitting that a man who is well used to performing at state occasions...
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Westminster Abbey: where the tax office plans ser...
The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has estimated that more than 34,000 jobs have gone from HMRC since 2005, while staff have also taken industrial action recently over more losses. In...
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Public and Commercial Services Union
National Audit Office
'Carole has shunned her own family... she is even...
... has shunned her own family... she is even grander than the Queen': Middletons under attack as grandmother of the future king is accused in an extraordinary outburst by her own...
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Why Archbishop Oscar Romero should be held in our...
On 24 March 1980 in El Salvador, Archbishop Oscar Romero was celebrating Mass in the chapel of a cancer hospital. In his homily he spoke of the Eucharist, saying, May this body immolated and this...
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The shortcomings of national heroes
That Nelson’s 1795 letter is “full of the tell-tale signs of under-confidence: petulant, boastful and chippy” is anything but the revelation that Kathryn Hughes (How a letter from Admiral Nelson...
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London's best cinemas and filming locations
The Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley London's oldest continuously-running cinema, it opened in 1912 and has patrons including Mike Leigh and Ken Loach. The choice is typically high-brow - showing this...
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26 images that capture the heart and history of H...
But then pioneering industrialist Matthew Boulton chose Handsworth Heath as the location for his Soho Manufactory, one of the first factories in the world and the first to use an assembly line...
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World Humanitarian Day 2014: Attacks on Aid Worke...
Medical staff carry one of the bodies of two foreign female aid workers in the western Afghan city of Herat in July(Aref Karimi/AFP/Getty Images) The number of humanitarian workers killed, wounded or...
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Attacks on aid workers worldwide hit worst levels...
Attacks on aid workers worldwide hit worst levels on record LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The number of attacks on aid workers soared last year to the highest level on record, with...
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Narcissists believe that they are special and can be understood only by special people.Credit Illustration by Simone Massoni. In Book III of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, from the first century B.C., we meet...
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American Psychiatric Association
Vicky Beeching on coming out: 'God has walked me ...
Vicky Beeching, the Christian commentator and former worship leader who has come out as gay, has someone special that she likes, she revealed to Christian Today. She hopes that being open about her...
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Church of England
Is this the rudest tourist map in Britain? Bizarr...
Is this the rudest tourist map in Britain? Bizarre new guide for visitors to picturesque town is shaped like a giant penis Map of Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, was drawn by Canal and River Trust Shows...
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Canal and River Trust
The silence of the larks: Britain’s mysterious di...
If you go down to the woods today, you may not be guaranteed to see too many birds but you could well bump into a census-taking birdwatcher. The Biological Records Centre celebrated its 50th...
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