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Gay man bravely shuts down vile brute during homophobic rant on a packed London bus

THIS is the shocking moment a snarling bus passenger threatened to stab homosexuals – before a brave gay man put him in his place. Daniel Simmonds, 36, was g...

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Is King Harold buried under a Hertfordshire church? Amateur historians try to solve the mystery

Is King Harold buried under a Hertfordshire church? Amateur historians try to solve the mystery...

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Actors can't play Hamlet as simply mad in world of mental health awareness, actor says

Actors can't play Hamlet as simply mad in world of mental health awareness, actor says...

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Tower block residents refuse to leave their homes after Grenfell disaster

Tower block residents refuse to leave their homes after Grenfell disaster...

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Government 'faces £600m cladding safety bill after Grenfell Tower disaster'

Government 'faces £600m cladding safety bill after Grenfell Tower disaster'...

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Bar manager cancels Grenfell Tower charity night because he says music would attract ‘poor quality’ guests

A BAR in a trendy East London neighbourhood has been slammed for saying music at a planned charity neigh for Grenfell Tower victims might attract a “poor qua...

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Piers Morgan brands thugs who abused Susan Boyle ‘little vermin’ after she was subjected to ‘horrifying’ campaign by teen gang

PIERS Morgan has taken to Twitter to blast the teenage thugs who taunted singer Susan Boyle – describing them as ‘vile little vermin&am...

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Cyber-attack on UK parliament: Russia is suspected culprit

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Student suffers life-changing burns in acid attack on her 21st birthday

Student suffers life-changing burns in acid attack on her 21st birthday...

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Terrifying footage shows AirAsia flight shaking before returning to airport

Terrifying footage shows AirAsia flight shaking before returning to airport...

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Grenfell response: Chalcot Estate resident angrily confronts Camden Council leader over evacuation

Mother of four says she is unable to feed her children properly after being forced to evacuate...

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London bus passenger launches into frenzied racist attack as he spits on driver

THIS is the shocking moment a furious bus passenger launches into a violent and racist attack on the driver in a row over an Oyster card. The smartly-dressed thug calls the dr...

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London bus passenger launches into frenzied racist attack as he spits on driver in heated row over TFL Oyster card

THIS is the shocking moment a vile bus passenger launches into a violent and racist attack on the driver in a row over an Oyster card. The smartly-dressed thug calls the drive...

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Hacking group Anonymous claims NASA is about to announce ‘evidence of alien life’

HUMANS are about to discover alien life, Nasa believes – according to the latest video from hacktivist group Anonymous. The hackers published YouTube clip wh...

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Michael Gove could use Brexit to to shelve key plan to protect the environment, critics fear

Officials tell The Independent they cannot guarantee strategy will be published this year, following delays...

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Glastonbury 2017: Sunday evening, with Ed Sheeran and Boy Better Know – follow it live!

The festival’s closing night brings Sampha’s smooth sounds, French electro from Justice, and Boy Better Know have the last word on grime’s 2017 takeover. Join us until i...

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500,000 children raised in UK will battle to get passports after Brexit

Questions regarding the rights of EU nationals post-Brexit, as well as Brits living in Europe, continue to dominate Brexit negotiations...

Independent
Queen's 2017: Jamie Murray & Bruno Soares win doubles title

Britain's Jamie Murray wins his first Queen's Club title as he and Bruno Soares beat France's Julien Beneteau and Edouard Roger-Vasselin...

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Jeremy Corbyn wants to scrap Trident nuclear plan, says Michael Eavis

Labour leader who voted against weapons renewal programme quipped about ridding UK of it, says Glastonbury founderJeremy Corbyn intends to scrap the UK’s Trident nuclear pro...

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Jeremy Corbyn plans to drop Trident 'as soon as possible', claims Michael Eavis

Glastonbury organiser recounts conversation he had in which Labour leader apparently reaffirmed commitment to scrapping nuclear deterrentJeremy Corbyn intends to scrap the UK...

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Wagamama launches new picnic range after growing demand for summer take-out food

WAGAMAMA has launched a new picnic range to meet growing demand for summer take-out food. The new picnic range – the restaurant’s first in its 25-year history – has been...

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Cops appeal for witnesses after a young woman in sexually assaulted at Glastonbury Festival

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a woman was sexually assaulted at Glastonbury Festival. The attack is said to have taken place last night on a bridge near the festiva...

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Italy forced to bail out two more banks for 5.2bn euros

Rome will spend at least 5.2bn euros to rescue Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca...

BBC
Glastonbury 2017: 'the best one yet', declares organiser Emily Eavis

Ed Sheeran is headliner for last night at Worthy Farm after secret set by the Killers, winding up politically charged festivalA politically fired-up Glastonbury was ending on...

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Supermarkets consider Uber-style price surge ending fixed food prices

SUPERMARKETS could introduce “surge-pricing” in a move similar to Uber’s price changes on busy nights. If this comes into...

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'Please help us': Refugee family's plea to stop UK deporting Palestinian-Syrian student

Yousef Hassan is one of thousands of asylum seekers being transferred to Italy and Greece...

Independent
Murdoch's Sky takeover bid: culture secretary's verdict due this week

Some analysts believe Ofcom’s investigation into £11.7bn deal has raised concerns but suspect it will get green light six years after earlier bid’s failureRupert Murdoch...

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Community-minded pit bull Brynneth Pawltro elected mayor of US town – the FOURTH dog to hold the post

THE world of politics has taken another unexpected twist and turn after a pit bull won an election to lead a community. The poll winning pooch called Brynneth Pawltro will now...

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Montreal festival float causes race row

Organisers insist event is diverse but some attendees feel black people were left on the margins...

BBC
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon is ready to dump 2019 Scottish independence referendum plan

NICOLA Sturgeon is set to put plans for a second independence referendum on the backburner this week – but only until after Brexit. Sources said Scotland’s...

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I introduced a bill to protect tenants. Grenfell shows why they need it | Karen Buck

Amendments to housing regulations that I first proposed in 2015 were voted down by the government. It must now support measures like themToday the friends and families of the...

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Teenager ‘stabbed’ and flown to hospital by Air Ambulance after knife brawl in sleepy Kent village

A TEENAGER was flown to hospital after reportedly being stabbed during a brawl between a group of youths in a sleepy Kent town. An Air Ambulance landed on a cricket pitch in K...

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Muslim travel ban: US Supreme Court to rule on Donald Trump's controversial policy

Campaign promise hangs in balance after President suffers defeats in lower courts...

Independent
Ministers want Philip Hammond as a 'caretaker' prime minister

Colleagues want Chancellor's assurance he would stand down before the next election and appoint Brexit Secretary David Davis as his deputy...

Independent
Cyber attacks on Parliament and the NHS show criminals and dictators are teaming up - but we can fight back

Cyber attacks on Parliament and the NHS show criminals and dictators are teaming up - but we can fight back...

Telegraph
North Korea’s Kim Jong-un wants his own version of Benidorm after officials returned ‘amazed’ from research trip to the Costa Blanca resort

NORTH Korean despot Kim Jong-un has demanded the construction of a Benidorm-style beach resort after officials were left ‘amazed’ by a trip...

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Corbyn 'said he will be PM in six months'

Jeremy Corbyn has predicted he will be Prime Minister within six months and vowed to wanted to scrap Trident "as soon as I can", it was claimed last...

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Kim Jong-un wants his own version of Benidorm after North Korean officials returned ‘amazed’ from research trip to the Costa Blanca resort

NORTH Korean despot Kim Jong-un has demanded the construction of a Benidorm-style beach resort after officials were left ‘amazed’ by a trip...

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Pensioner keeps stepson in his will despite murder plot

Pensioner keeps stepson in his will despite murder plot...

Telegraph
A million families at risk of becoming homeless in next three years, charity Shelter warns

Rising numbers unable to pay for lowest available rent in private sector, says report...

Independent
Stabbing victim died in his parents arms on way home from night out

Stabbing victim died in his parents arms on way home from night out...

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John McDonnell: 'Labour has broken the neoliberal grip on intellectual thought'

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Camden council leader goes door to door asking evacuation refuseniks to leave

Georgia Gould attempts to persuade 200 residents in tower blocks to leave so that fire safety work can startThe leader of Camden council was going door to door in the Chalcots...

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Grenfell Tower tragedy shows social housing system has failed UK citizens | Editorial

In the housing system, cost-cutting and reckless decisions were made with little fear of anyone being held responsibleThe fire at Grenfell Tower has highlighted a number of is...

The Guardian
The Guardian view on policing and cuts: something has to give | Editorial

As home secretary Theresa May was right to challenge Britain’s police about costs and efficiency. As prime minister she must ensure police have the resources to protect the...

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The Guardian view on abuse in the Church of England: a reputation deservedly damaged | Editorial

Dame Moira Gibb’s remarkable report exposes a long and shameful pattern of sympathy for the wrong peopleThe report of Dame Moira Gibb into the Church of England’s handling...

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Second World War veteran takes to the skies in light aircraft for first time 70 years

Second World War veteran takes to the skies in light aircraft for first time 70 years...

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Women's World Cup 2017: South Africa beat Pakistan by three wickets

Watch highlights from the 2017 Women's World Cup as South Africa defeat Pakistan by three wickets in the third match of the tournament at Grace Road...

BBC
Music is at the very heart of one East End school | Letters

Sheila Hancock writes that Gallions primary school has successfully integrated music into the curriculum to help teach pupils life skills, imagination and perseveranceStephen...

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Dodging IS snipers on Mosul frontline

The BBC's Orla Guerin joins Iraqi fighters so close to IS militants they can "see their faces"...

BBC
Far-right thug in a skull bandanna declares war with Islam in racist Facebook rant

A MANIAC far-right fanatic has threatened to “put an axe” in a Muslim’s head in a sickening Facebook rant where he claims to be at war with Islam. Vile Shaun Jones, from...

The Sun
Grenfell response: Number of tower blocks failing fire tests rises to 60

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Emmanuel Macron channels Louis XIV as he plans to address parliament at the Palace of Versailles

Emmanuel Macron channels Louis XIV as he plans to address parliament at the Palace of Versailles...

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Rain moves in across Ireland overnight. Elsewhere dry and often chilly.

Skies clear across many areas overnight but heavy rain moves in across Ireland...

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Clear and chilly skies for most areas tonight

Heavy rain moves in across Ireland but elsewhere skies clear for a chilly night...

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UK heart disease deaths fall by over 20% since indoor smoking ban

Smokers aged 35 and above are less likely to die from heart attacks since indoor venues went smoke-free 10 years agoDeaths from heart disease and strokes caused by smoking hav...

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Six children killed after trying to play with explosive in Pakistan

The bomb exploded after a group of children picked it up thinking it was a toy, a relative of one of the victims said...

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Lewis Hamilton calls Sebastian Vettel 'a disgrace' after Azerbaijan GP collision

Lewis Hamilton brands title rival Sebastian Vettel "a disgrace" after the Ferrari driver drove into his Mercedes in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix...

BBC
Vandals destroy Norway’s famous PENIS shaped rock by drilling holes into it – but community crowdfunds to repair phallic formation

VANDALS destroyed a penis-shaped rock by drilling holes into it – but crowdfunders raised money to get it fully erect again. Joggers noticed the phallic Trol...

The Sun
Istanbul Pride: Turkish riot police fire rubber bullets at LGBT marchers

'Our security will be provided by recognising us in the constitution, by securing justice, by equality and freedom,' say organisers...

Independent
Barry Gibb brings Glastonbury to its feet

The singer delivers a hit-laden, foot-stomping disco set in the Sunday afternoon "legend slot"...

BBC
60 tower blocks have now failed cladding fire safety test after Grenfell Tower disaster

60 tower blocks have now failed cladding fire safety test after Grenfell Tower disaster...

Telegraph
Jeremy Corbyn pledges to ditch Britain’s nukes as he boasts he’ll be in Downing Street THIS YEAR

JEREMY CORBYN has boasted that he will be Prime Minister by the end of the year, it emerged today. The Labour leader also pledged to get rid of Britain’s nuk...

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England v South Africa: Dawid Malan hits 78 as hosts win Twenty20 series

England win the Twenty20 series against South Africa as debutant Dawid Malan hits a rapid 78 in a 19-run victory at Cardiff...

BBC
Bletchley Park boffins foiled Nazi plot to pinch the Bayeux Tapestry – after Himmler picked out a spot for it in his castle

SECRET wartime documents have revealed how Allied code breakers un­covered a Nazi plot to steal the Bayeux Tapestry. Gestapo boss Hein­rich Himmler wanted the masterpiece fo...

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Families stand around the body of eight-foot blue shark that sent hundreds of Majorcan holidaymakers fleeing from the sea and closed THREE beaches earlier today

FAMILIES gathered around the eight-foot blue shark when it was pulled onto the Majorcan beach after it sent hundreds of holidaymakers running from the sea earlier today. The s...

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Palestinian event in London faces ban over Hamas links

Communities secretary Sajid Javid has raised concerns that organisers of event at the South Bank support proscribed groupsOne of the biggest Palestinian events in Europe sched...

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Couple arrested for ‘putting disabled teenager in a bath tub full of bleach and Epsom salt’

A COUPLE taking care of a disabled teenager put in her in a bathtub full of bleach and Epsom salt, court records show. The pair are accused of bathing the 19-year-old in chemi...

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All that glitters: golden artworks grace Sir Francis Drake's Devon home

Andrew Logan installs towering golden wheat stalks at Buckland Abbey, along with a portrait of the buccaneering explorer in the Art of ReflectionThe buccaneering Sir Francis D...

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Bond Street: status of UK's most exclusive shopping street under threat

Soaring rents and rates are pushing retailers including Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo Boss and DKNY to think about moving outThe status of Bond Street as the UK’s mo...

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Sixty towers across England found to have unsafe cladding

Officials confirm 60 high-rise buildings in 25 different areas of England have failed tests being carried out on hundreds of buildingsTests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower d...

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Artist colleagues of Khadija Saye demand swift justice for her and all Grenfell victims | Letter

We are devastated by the death of Khadija Saye in this seemingly preventable tragedy. A criminal investigation must be pursued – and quicklyHow many days have now passed sin...

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Wonder Woman continues to smash box office records

Patty Jenkins' film is on course to become the top grossing live-action film from a female director...

BBC
Ed Miliband refuses to rule out a return to the Shadow Cabinet as he admits he wishes he’d been more left-wing

ED MILIBAND today refused to rule out a shock return to the Shadow Cabinet saying he “wants to make a contribution” to Jeremy Corbyn&am...

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Fire tests: cladding from 60 blocks across 25 areas fail safety checks

Cladding from high-rise flats in 25 local authority areas has now proved to be flammable in the urgent safety review...

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More high-rises fail fire safety tests

Cladding on 60 high-rise buildings across 25 council areas fails fire safety tests, UK government says...

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Grenfell: 60 high-rises fail fire safety tests

Sixty high-rise buildings in 25 local authorities have failed fire cladding safety tests carried out in the wake of the Grenfell blaze, the Government has said...

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60 high-rise blocks fail fire safety tests

Sixty high-rise buildings in 25 local authorities have failed fire cladding safety tests, according to the Government...

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Queen's 2017: Feliciano Lopez beats Marin Cilic in Aegon Championships final

Unseeded Spaniard Feliciano Lopez wins the Aegon Championships with victory over Marin Cilic in a final-set tie-break at Queen's...

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Grenfell reflects the accountability vacuum left by crumbling local press | Emily Bell

Decline of advertising revenue and changing perceptions of ‘quality journalism’ have left no room for much needed local reporting A day after the Grenfell Tower fire in We...

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Grenfell reflects the accountability vacuum left by crumbling local press

Decline of advertising revenue and changing perceptions of ‘quality journalism’ have left no room for much needed local reporting A day after the Grenfell Tower fire in We...

The Guardian
UK electricity grid cyber-attack risk is 'off the scale'

Energy industry says current threat coming to the fore because of trend towards decentralised power plantsConcerns over the threat posed by cyber-attacks on power stations and...

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Turkish police use tear gas and 'fire rubber bullets' to disperse gay pride march

Officers have moved to disperse activists who vowed to defy a ban on the gay Pride march in Istanbul...

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Canada to apologise for 'LGBT purge' of military during Cold War

It was thought that LGBTQ soldiers and public servants were a threat to national security...

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Grenfell Tower fire victims were 'murdered by political decisions', claims John McDonnell

Politicians' failures 'murdered those families', shadow Chancellor tells Glastonbury...

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Parliament email security breached by cyber-attack

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Qatar demands difficult to meet, says US

The US secretary of state urges a "lowering of rhetoric" between Qatar and four other Arab states...

BBC
Quacking idea: Could duck sounds replace car honks?

Researchers are tackling sound pollution from loud car horns by developing a beep which apparently sounds like a duck's quack...

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Is the Loch Ness Monster real? Nessie sightings, pictures, facts, theories – and where to go to try and spot the creature

THE mystery of the Loch Ness Monster has fuelled conspiracy theorists, baffled scientists and inspired TV shows and films for years. A spate of convincing sightings has lef...

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Turkey LGBT: Police stifle Istanbul Gay Pride rally

Organisers had vowed to defy authorities in Istanbul, who had banned the rally for a third year...

BBC
Doting grandpa Prince Philip back in action in his first outing since hospital stay

Doting grandpa Prince Philip back in action in his first outing since hospital stay...

Telegraph
West Midlands man stabbed after night out died in his parents' arms

James Brindley was stabbed through the heart in Aldridge, near Walsall, while walking home after night out with friendsA murder victim who was stabbed through the heart while...

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Sorry, Prince Harry. There’s no such thing as a modern royal family | Zoe Williams

The prince’s desire to be himself is fair enough, but the monarchy is built on foundations of duty. Remove those and it crumblesHigh office looks like an almighty ball-ache,...

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'Catastrophe for rape survivors' as Poland limits access to morning-after pill

'Catastrophe for rape survivors' as Poland limits access to morning-after pill...

Telegraph
Parliament cyber-attack hits fewer than 90 email accounts

Spokesman says number affected is less than many feared but that investigation is under way into potential data lossFewer than 90 email accounts belonging to peers and MPs are...

The Guardian
Boy amputee who fell over carrying London 2012 Olympic torch but carried on with a smile has died

AMPUTEE Kieran Maxwell who fell over as he carried the Olympic torch but still carried on with a smile has died of cancer aged 18. Brave Kieran had part of his leg amputated...

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Racist Snapchat story targeting Sikh man on flight sparks outrage on social media

A Sikh professor said the bigoted posts highlight 'what it's like for anyone who appears to be Muslim to travel by plane'...

Independent
Prince Philip snoozes in the car at first public event since hospital stay- while granddaughter Lady Louise rides a horse drawn cart at Windsor event

PRINCE Philip has been spotted snoozing in his car during his first appearance in public since his latest hospital stint. The Duke of Edinburgh, 96, attended Guards Polo Club...

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RBS to cut hundreds of UK jobs in move to India

Bank’s transfer of loans team to Mumbai brings loss of 443 jobs in Britain and condemnation by Unite over ‘cheap’ labour Royal Bank of Scotland is to cut 443 jobs in Bri...

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Builder finds a 600-year-old long sword in near perfect condition

A BUILDER has discovered an astonishingly well-preserved 600-year-old long sword while draining a Polish peat bog. The two-handed medieval weapon is thought to have belonged t...

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