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24 October 2014
Tory MP: Ukip Defection Rumour 'Total B****cks'
An English Woman, a Scottish Woman and a Northern Irish Woman Walk Into an Abortion Clinic...
Ukip To Romp To Victory At Rochester By-Election
Why Arming the Kurds Is the Only Option - Even for Anti-War Progressives in the West
Limit Prime Ministers To 7 Year Terms To 'Stop Them Going Mad'
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Mehdi's Morning Memo
'Bodies Strewn In Streets' As ISIS Militants Seize Iraq Village
First Ebola Case Confirmed In Mali
MONITOR: Over 500 Dead, Including 32 Civilians, In Syria Airstrikes
'He Was Lost And Did Not Fit In'
Police: Gunman Acted Alone In Ottawa Shooting
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Here We Go Again...
65 Glorious Pictures Of Arsène Wenger
Southampton Show That Buying Smart Is Better Than Buying Big
Why No Football Club Should Sign Ched Evans After His Release From Jail
Eight Players to Watch in the Four Nations
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Beyoncé And Jay Z 'Renew Wedding Vows'
Alvin Stardust Dies, Aged 72
Mel Does An Angelina At The MOBOs
Look Who's Coming Back To 'Corrie'...
Jimmy Carr's Shocking Oscar Pistorius Joke Will Leave You Stunned
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CCTV Captures Icelandic Motorist Exiting Car Park In Quite Spectacular Fashion
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Man Leaps Into His Mustang To Stop It From Crashing - Just In The Nick Of Time
Amazing Video Shows Strong Winds In The Peak District Blowing A Waterfall UPWARDS
We Should ALL Eat Birthday Cake The Way This Baby Does
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Man Lost 11 Stone To Fulfil Friend's Dying Wish
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What This 67-Year-Old Wants To Tell You About Sex
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How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush?
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WiFi Signal Fears Lead Grandmother To Spend £4K 'Proofing' Her home
Science Proves That Yes, You Dream For A Reason
The Sun Is Gunning For Earth
You Would Not Want To Be This Car
What's That Flying Past The Space Station? NASA Doesn't Know.
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Pussy Riot To Speak At Cambridge Union
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Week is in full swing by now and before artgoers gulp down Prosecco and canapes, an other substances, as if there was no tomorrow, it might...
In Anticipation of Frieze Art Fair 2014
Whether you are going to spend this week hobnobbing and chugging champagne in Mayfair or checking out street art at Moniker in Brick Lane...
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Earlier this year, while on a guided tour of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Oxford-based artist Saad Qureshi noticed a number of beautiful...
Life In The Arts Lane - Week 91 - LAPADA, Battersea and Rome
The Palazzo Venezia is home to the Rome Biennale. The palazzo is only partially obscured by the fair and its magnificence creeps out at...
Human Suffering at Times of Crisis Art Show in Notting Hill
Barry Martin, a Goldsmiths graduate with artworks in the Tate collection, and Samir Ceric, the director of the Debut Contemporary art gallery...
Recon Festival: Crossing Geographical and Creative Boundaries in Leeds and Bradford
Having finished on the 29 September, Recon included a range of newly commissioned artworks that fostered collaboration between artists...
Cultural Spaces: Is It Time We Took Over Empty Buildings?
Pop-up has become something which is synonymous with urban cool, from restaurants to clothing boutiques, they are prime social media fodder...
Life In The Arts Lane - Week 90 - The Paris Biennale to Beziers
But Paris is not just about the Biennale - the whole city of art and design sparkles in the early autumn sun and shows proliferate. My...
What the Human Zoo Tells Us About Online Engagement
The web and sites like Change.org means that people can speak out and have more impact than ever before - proving wrong the assumption...
Premonition: Artists Ability to Foresee the Future at the Saatchi Gallery
The exhibition showcases an exciting group of 38 artists who are relatively unknown outside their homeland. Some of the artists featured...
Music and the Arts Should Not Be Relegated in Our Children's Lives
For decades politicians have put education at the top of the agenda. But we seem to have ended up with a target and league-table based...
Artists Over 50: The Rise of Second Half Creativity
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