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6 March 2015
Professor Cox Responds To Tory MP Peddling Pseudoscience
Cameron Squirms Out Of All But One TV Debate
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The Case for the Defence: How Liverpool Got Their Groove Back
Is Louis van Gaal Risking a Manchester United Revolt With His Strict Regime?
England Footballer Arrested On Suspicion Of Sex With Schoolgirl
Why Manuel Pellegrini Lacks the Substance to Carry on at Manchester City
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Horse Refuses To Jump Over Boat In The Most Spectacular Way Possible
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Why One Man Offered £50k Of Surgery To Acid Attack Survivors
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