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7 July 2015
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'I'm having sleepless nights' A single mother begs George Osborne not to slash child tax credits
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'Imperial' BBC Website In George Osborne's Spending Cuts Sights
Simon Danczuk Is Seeking Help For Depression
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Greece Resoundingly Rejects Austerity In Referendum On Bailout Deal
German Line Hardens After Greeks Vote 'No' In Referendum
Dazzling Art Struts The Stage At World Bodypainting Festival
Live Updates: Greece Votes In Referendum On Bailout Proposal
Greece Votes On Bailout In Biggest Test Yet For Euro
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Heavy Crash On Third Stage Of The Tour De France
Arsenal Transfer Rumours: Gunners To 'Sign' THREE World Class Stars
Win Tickets To See Arsenal At The Emirates Cup 2015
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Prankster Gets Punched By Man Dressed Up As Queen's Guard
Who Said It: Donald Trump Or Derek Vinyard?
8 Texts That Prove Parents Are Evolving
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Fox News Presenter Mixes Up Football And Foreign Policy
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'Photoshop The Nipple' Is The Best Response To Censorship Yet
Humans Of New York Photo Of Gay Teen Crying Goes Viral For The Right Reasons
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This Man Got Closer To A MiG-23 Fighter Jet Than He Ever Imagined
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Mondrian's work is currently on display in two of the UK's celebrated art galleries - the Turner Contemporary in Margate and the Tate Liverpool....
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A group of artists in Bedfordshire are working hard to create a piece of unique, contemporary folklore that they hope will survive down...
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When I first tried to contact John, it was Beverly who answered my emails. She set up an initial phone conversation with John, and then...
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Architects, graphic designers, textile designers, playwriters, illustrators, they all have something in common: they are all cosmopolitan...
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The works on show are from 25 leading international artists and span the past 25 years. Some of them are funny, some are traumatic. Some...
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The other way to go is simply to live on your instincts. An overheard recommendation between friends in a bar or coffee shop, a chance...
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Curator Roxie Warder has brought together the works of six young UK-based artists in an exhibition at London's Cob Gallery called Go Figure....
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