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25 October 2014
Angry Cameron: 'Europe Has Clubbed Me With A Lead Pipe'
Nigel Farage Got His Own Twitter Q&A Without Even Asking For One
Alex Salmond Eyes Return To Westminster As An MP
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Ukip To Romp To Victory At Rochester By-Election
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Mehdi's Morning Memo
'Bodies Strewn In Streets' As ISIS Militants Seize Iraq Village
This Viral Short Film In India Makes A Strong Statement On Women's Safety
WHO: Toddler With Ebola In Mali May Have Infected Many People
Ottawa Shooting Video Released
Iraqi Officials: Islamic State Used Chlorine Gas
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Pochettino's Misery a Real Cause for Tottenham-Optimism
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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You'll Never Guess What Kym's Chinese Tattoo Really Said
Jimmy Carr's Shocking Oscar Pistorius Joke Will Leave You Stunned
Brad Pitt Stars In One Of The Most Awkward Interviews Ever
Tulisa Looks Flawless In New Video
Alvin Stardust Dies, Aged 72
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The Week In 50 Funny Tweets
Teddy The Spaniel Isn't The Brightest Of Dogs...
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This Tiny Pig Following A Dog Around Is The Cutest Thing You'll See Today
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What Does This 100-Year-Old Great Grandad Credit For Longevity?
Man Lost 11 Stone To Fulfil Friend's Dying Wish
'Air-Con Alerted Me To Breast Cancer'
Dear Past Generation Mum of a Child With Down's Syndrome
What This 67-Year-Old Wants To Tell You About Sex
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These Are All The World Crises Taking Place Right Now
What Happens When An Astronaut Uses Timelapse
The Rosetta Comet Is Showing Some Strange Activity
The Queen Tweets! OR DID SHE?
Science Proves That Yes, You Dream For A Reason
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Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt's Wedding Plans Revealed
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Old furniture comes in two categories: a shabby old piece you fell in love with at a second hand store that just needs a little bit of...
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The Importance of Place
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Prone: New Work by Darryl Lauster
Darryl Lauster is the sort of American you wish there were more of, those with a political memory longer than the last election cycle or...
The Guardian's First Self-Published Book Prize Winner - Finally Some Recognition for Self-Published Authors
Self-publishing is a double-edged sword because, whilst it provides people with a direct route to market, some of the cheaper, automated...
Unearthed: Syrian Artist Responds to War in His Homeland
Over the last three years, Issam Kourbaj, a Syrian artist living in the UK, has been watching from a painful distance the war eviscerating...
Meditation Comics: No Boobs Or Gore But Still Very Cool
Inspirational illustrations designed to promote calm and peace may have once included cheesy sunsets, rainbows and puppies, but as meditation...
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This week I'm not housesitting. Here at home in South Devon I'm writing, creating, running creative writing workshops and musing on one...
From Fashion to Art: 'Normcore' at the Tate Britain
Fashion is still buzzing with the idea of 'Normcore' - a trend cemented by Kim Kardashian's appearance on the cover of Vogue. Suddenly...
Green Street F4.0: A DIY Photography Exhibition
The Arts have seen better days, a time when they were wined and dined and had sweet nothings whispered in their ears before being paraded...
Hats Off the the Racing Season - Millinery in the UK
To curate an exhibition of headwear is to capture moments in millinery history. The United Kingdom, with its formal dress occasions and...
Antonio Pozo: One of the Top Artists at the Art Fair in Chelsea
The Untitled Artists Fair took place in Chelsea in the Old Town Hall in Kings Road last May. An exciting selection of 170 artists under...
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