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7 July 2015
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Cabinet Minister Takes The Rise Out EU And Condoms
'I'm having sleepless nights' A single mother begs George Osborne not to slash child tax credits
Forget Farage, this is the man who wants to lead Brexit campaign
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Greece Resoundingly Rejects Austerity In Referendum On Bailout Deal
ISIS Releases Video Claiming To Show Mass Execution In Ancient Palmyra
Baby Rescued After Floating Out To Sea
Panama Also Drops Out Of Donald Trump's Miss Universe Pageant
'Nai' Or 'Oxi'? What Greece's Landmark Vote May Trigger
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Heavy Crash On Third Stage Of The Tour De France
Arsenal Transfer Rumours: Gunners To 'Sign' THREE World Class Stars
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Diana Douglas Dies, Aged 92
Alesha Panned For National Anthem Performance
Craig To Return To 'I'm A Celeb'?
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Culture Of Kindness
Who Said It: Donald Trump Or Derek Vinyard?
This Advert Full Of Kids Swearing Is Enough To Brighten Anyone's Day
8 Texts That Prove Parents Are Evolving
Fox News Presenter Mixes Up Football And Foreign Policy
Drake Is At Wimbledon And He's Dressed As A Tennis Ball
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Humans Of New York Photo Of Gay Teen Crying Goes Viral For The Right Reasons
'Photoshop The Nipple' Is The Best Response To Censorship Yet
Villagers 'Shocked' As 500 Swingers Arrive For Festival Of Sex And Music
Stephen Hawking Film Makes Man Realise He Has Motor Neurone Disease
BBC Journalist With Aggressive Leukaemia Finds Stem Cell Donor
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This Man Got Closer To A MiG-23 Fighter Jet Than He Ever Imagined
This Is Where Bond Villains Go On Holiday
Adidas' New Trainers Are Rubbish, Quite Literally In Fact
Two Robots Getting Married Might Be The Most Surreal Thing We've Seen This Year
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You were lucky enough to have many things handed to you on a plate David. You do not know the struggle of trying to find where you fit...
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Summer in London is all about lazing in parks with an ice cream, heading to festivals and trying to avoid packed Tube journeys where you...
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When I first heard that the Courtauld's Summer Showcase was going to comprise unfinished works from its collection, I wondered if this...
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The thing about art is that it asks of us everything. An artist brings to the moment of making - as painter, as actor, as welder, as dancer,...
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Just five days after its Kickstarter launch his first project, a short film called ANNA, has raised more than half the funds needed for...
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Everyone has the ability to be a critic, yet no one seems to likes criticism. In this instance, the author of a self-published book responded...
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That great art institution, the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, is with us once again. All its familiar and much loved hallmarks...
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2015 is a good year for women artists at the Tate Modern with Agnes Martin opening this week, hot on the heels of Marlene Dumas and Sonia...
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