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20 December 2014
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Alex Salmond Is Having A Change Of Heart Over Scottish Votes For English Laws
Ukip MP Mark Reckless Wants You To Pay His Legal Fees
Ukip's Swedish EU Allies Accused Of Antisemitism
Tommy Robinson To Support Ukip At Next Election, Hints At Private Discussions
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Mehdi's Morning Memo
North Korea Threatens Film Studios With Obliteration.. And Other Crazy Warnings
Pakistani Military Kills Dozens Of Militants In Retaliation For School Massacre
8 Children Killed At Home In Australia
Texas Plumber Not Sure How Extremists In Syria Ended Up With His Work Truck
The Man Behind The Brutal School Attack In Pakistan
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Football Player's Wig Flies Off Mid Match
Spurs Torch Toon Hopes Amid Qatari Takeover Talk
Amir Khan Gifts £30k Gold Shorts To Taliban Attack School
This Kid Has Some Serious Free Kick Skills
'Sickening' Attack Leaves Boxer In Hosptial
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Homeless Daniella Denies Splashing The Cash
Oops! Brooke Accidentally Tweets Link To 'Corrie' Christmas Party Pics
Mark Admits Being 'Annoyed' By Fleur's 'Uptown Funk' Performance
Drowning, Not Waving
'Gogglebox' Family Axed After Dad Runs As Ukip Candidate
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Culture Of Kindness
2014: The Year In (Funny) Pictures
Woman Makes Biggest Game Show Cock-Up In TV History
The Week In 50 Funny Tweets
What British People Say Vs What They Mean At Christmas
House Syncs Its Christmas Lights To 'Star Wars' Music, And It's Amazing
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Family Takes Pictures With Santa Every Christmas For 60 Years
This Plus-Size Woman Asked People Around The World To Photoshop Her
Woman Gets Spectacular Revenge On Husband Cheating With Her Twin
Can You Guess Who This Guy Spent £100K Trying To Look Like?
Meet The Women Who Defined 2014
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Rogue Sun Could Wipe Out Life On Earth
Polaroid's 'Instagram' Camera Is Causing A Stir
Were The Apollo Missions Being Watched By Aliens?
Undercover BBC Expose Reveals Apple's 'Exhausted' Chinese Workers
Mystery Plane Lands After Four Hours Circling The English Channel
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