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21 October 2014
'Ukip Calypso' Song Warns Of 'Illegal Immigrants In Every Town'
Ukip's New EU Ally Joked About Wife Beating And Defended Hitler
David Cameron Making 'Historic Mistake'
Green Party Surges Past Lib Dems In Latest Poll
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Mehdi's Morning Memo
Sweden's Hunt For A Suspected Russian Sub Heats Up
Congressional Hearing On Ebola Was 'Shameful,' Janet Napolitano Says
Powerful Explosion Rocks Rebel-Held Ukrainian City Of Donetsk
Fiercest Fighting In Days Between Kurds And ISIS In Kobani
CEO Of Major Oil Company Killed In Moscow Plane Collision
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Ched Evans and Football's Culture of Denial
Rooney's Waning Performances a Worry for Both England and United
Team Focus: How Dortmund Have Regressed Since Their 2012 Title Win
Stick a Good Centre Forward Into This Spurs Team and Watch It Fly
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Ukip Calypso Mercilessly Mocked On Twitter And Rightly So
Zookeeper Tries To Give Baby Pandas Their Medicine, Baby Pandas Have Other Ideas
Man Tries To Take Selfie On Live TV, Fails Epically
Is Craig Revel Horwood Taking His Criticism Too Far?
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Three Things You Can Do to Reduce Stress After Work
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Dyson's New Invention Kills Germs With UV Light
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This Is The Ultimate Send Off
Why I Quit Facebook And You Probably Should Too
Disney's New Film Needed A Supercomputer To Create It
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Sir Ian McKellen Tells It Straight To Students - In Full Gandalf Mode, Of Course
Student Gets Her Head Stuck In Bottle Bin After 'Looking For More Alcohol'
20-Year-Old North Korean Survivor Implores World To Act In Harrowing Speech
'Playing Poker Has Paid Off My Tuition Fees Three Times Over'
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Lancashire-born artist and sculptor, Jill McManner's obsession with this terrible beauty has manifested itself in her first solo exhibition,...
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