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A hospital has removed a bell rung by cancer patients to celebrate the end of treatment over concerns that it upsets other sufferers
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Treasures excavated at Wroxeter Roman City in Shropshire have been identified as ancient portable cosmetic sets
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Falling prices for computer games and clothes dragged inflation down to its lowest level in almost three years last month, giving living standards a boost
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"The hammer of the moral majority rings like Sunday church bells because the ruling is called the ‘anti-corruption’ and betting regulation." on Rob Howley's alleged breach of World Rugby’s betting regulations
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House prices grew in July at their weakest pace in seven years as a slowdown in the southeast spread to other parts of the country
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When asked about accusations of Islamophobia, Dawkins says that Muslims “are the main victims of the evils of Islam”
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Rather than worrying that he has been supplanted by Jordan Peterson, Dawkins seems almost a fan of the Canadian intellectual
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talks to about Jordan Peterson, Islamophobia and why universities should be centres for freedom of speech
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Greater London had the biggest net outflow of any city, with 103,230 more residents leaving than arriving — 12 in every 1,000
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"Unless he’s as good an actor as he is a footballer — and he isn’t — this programme made Cristiano Ronaldo appear deeper and much more likable than many might have suspected," writes
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A British military rugby team has been embarrassed after making a pilgrimage to a Japanese shrine that honours the souls of executed war criminals
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"Make no mistake: Jeremy Corbyn’s ambiguity on how he would campaign is not about party management. It is a conscious decision based on the belief that he cannot reach Downing Street and prosper in office without it," writes
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BBC staff are twice as likely to have attended private school than the average Briton, according to the first analysis of class in broadcasting
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Binyamin Netanyahu’s political fate hung by a thread this morning after Israeli voters delivered a sharp setback to the prime minister’s hopes of forming a coalition of right-wing and religious parties
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The Supreme Court was this morning warned by the government it was not capable of judging “inherently and fundamentally political” questions such as the prorogation of parliament
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"These days we’re not really happy unless the constitution is televised," writes
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“They accept Germans, but not French-speakers.” Jean-Claude Juncker is embroiled in a furious row with Belgian mayors who have accused him of being drunk after he said that Flemish seaside resorts did not welcome French-speakers
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“My left foot just below my ankle, clean snapped in half.” A hiker who crawled for two days on a broken leg after a six-metre fall in the Australian bush has warned walkers not to set out alone after he was rescued last night
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Parents attending Rhondda Pride took their children away from the main stage after hearing jokes about sexual assaults on a Muslim man during prayer and young teens having sex with head teachers
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A seven-year-old boy almost died from an allergic reaction to a McDonald’s smoothie after staff added yoghurt to it, despite being asked not to by his father
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