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Arts writer, 33, was found frozen to death in ditch

Florence Waters (pictured) died from hypothermia, Oxford Coroners' Court heard. Her body was found in a ditch in Thame, Oxfordshire after a farmer found her canvas bag in a field.

European elections: May pulls Brexit Bill as she faces 'annihilation'

Theresa May ventured out for the first time since a major Cabinet mutiny that saw Andrea Leadsom quit last night - and left the government's plans in tatters.
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European elections: May pulls Brexit Bill as she faces 'annihilation'

Theresa May ventured out for the first time since a major Cabinet mutiny that saw Andrea Leadsom quit last night - and left the government's plans in tatters.

#DeniedMyVote: EU election day chaos as British expats can't vote

British voters living elsewhere in the EU have not been sent voting forms. And EU citizens in the UK report being turned away from polling stations Both groups have taken to Twitter to complain.
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#DeniedMyVote: EU election day chaos as British expats can't vote

British voters living elsewhere in the EU have not been sent voting forms. And EU citizens in the UK report being turned away from polling stations Both groups have taken to Twitter to complain.

Family-of-four shun the rat race to live off-grid in a gipsy caravan

Barny Maurice, 42, and Katus Young, 43, live with their sons Madog, seven, and Malinki, three, on their own 3.5 acres of land in Gamblesby, Cumbria.
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Family-of-four shun the rat race to live off-grid in a gipsy caravan

Barny Maurice, 42, and Katus Young, 43, live with their sons Madog, seven, and Malinki, three, on their own 3.5 acres of land in Gamblesby, Cumbria.

'Fantasist known as Nick' claimed ex-MP Harvey Proctor was violent

Carl Beech, 51, who was known as 'Nick', told London's Met Police in 2014 that ex-Tory MP Harvey Proctor would strangle him while forcing him to perform sex acts.
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'Fantasist known as Nick' claimed ex-MP Harvey Proctor was violent

Carl Beech, 51, who was known as 'Nick', told London's Met Police in 2014 that ex-Tory MP Harvey Proctor would strangle him while forcing him to perform sex acts.

Yob pelts Brexit Party supporting army veteran with MILKSHAKE

Don McNaughton, who is in his 80s and served in the Parachute Regiment from 1960 until 1982, was doused in the milkshake in Aldershot, Hampshire, while campaigning on European election day.
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Yob pelts Brexit Party supporting army veteran with MILKSHAKE

Don McNaughton, who is in his 80s and served in the Parachute Regiment from 1960 until 1982, was doused in the milkshake in Aldershot, Hampshire, while campaigning on European election day.

Beautiful photographs of man who has lived in East London for '86½ years'

Joseph Markovitch was pictured around East London by local photographer Martin Usborne and wrote about humorous anecdotes from his life in 'I've Lived in East London for 86½ Years'.
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Beautiful photographs of man who has lived in East London for '86½ years'

Joseph Markovitch was pictured around East London by local photographer Martin Usborne and wrote about humorous anecdotes from his life in 'I've Lived in East London for 86½ Years'.

Company director, 31, who smacked golf ball but didn't shout 'FORE' avoids jail

Lee Heasman, 49, was playing with friends at the Tenterden Golf Club in Kent when a ball flew past them as they putted on the 14th hole - and he challenged Adam Roffey, 31, who was behind him.
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Company director, 31, who smacked golf ball but didn't shout 'FORE' avoids jail

Lee Heasman, 49, was playing with friends at the Tenterden Golf Club in Kent when a ball flew past them as they putted on the 14th hole - and he challenged Adam Roffey, 31, who was behind him.

Caldicott School former headmaster Peter Wright escaped sex abuse justice due to barrister

Peter Wright (pictured), the head of £30,000-a-year Caldicott School in Buckinghamshire, plied boys with whisky and trips in his sports car before molesting them.
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Caldicott School former headmaster Peter Wright escaped sex abuse justice due to barrister

Peter Wright (pictured), the head of £30,000-a-year Caldicott School in Buckinghamshire, plied boys with whisky and trips in his sports car before molesting them.

Molecules in red wine could be used in a breakthrough drug to ease blood pressure

A molecule found in red wine could be used to treat high blood pressure. Resveratrol, made in the skin of grapes could be used after scientists at King's College found out how it works.
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Molecules in red wine could be used in a breakthrough drug to ease blood pressure

A molecule found in red wine could be used to treat high blood pressure. Resveratrol, made in the skin of grapes could be used after scientists at King's College found out how it works.

Female BBC manager rejects promotion after being offered £12,000 less than a male counterpart

Karen Martin issued a public slap-down to the broadcaster today when she emailed hundreds of her colleagues explaining why she would be turning down the role of deputy editor.
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Female BBC manager rejects promotion after being offered £12,000 less than a male counterpart

Karen Martin issued a public slap-down to the broadcaster today when she emailed hundreds of her colleagues explaining why she would be turning down the role of deputy editor.

Schoolgirl threw herself to death in front of a train

Jasmine Bush was a passionate photography student from Surrey and had previously told her grandfather that she wanted to know her grades before she took her own life.
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Schoolgirl threw herself to death in front of a train

Jasmine Bush was a passionate photography student from Surrey and had previously told her grandfather that she wanted to know her grades before she took her own life.

Obese Qantas passenger accuses the airline of 'belittling' and 'fat-shaming' him

A Qantas passenger claims he was fat shamed by airline staff, who said he was too large to sit in the exit row seat he had purchased and should have bought two seats. 
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Obese Qantas passenger accuses the airline of 'belittling' and 'fat-shaming' him

A Qantas passenger claims he was fat shamed by airline staff, who said he was too large to sit in the exit row seat he had purchased and should have bought two seats. 

Change UK leader Heidi Allen threatened to quit amid party row over whether to endorse Lib Dems

Heidi Allen wanted Remain supporters to vote tactically for the Lib Dems outside of London and the South East, but was overruled.
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Change UK leader Heidi Allen threatened to quit amid party row over whether to endorse Lib Dems

Heidi Allen wanted Remain supporters to vote tactically for the Lib Dems outside of London and the South East, but was overruled.

Care staff are caught swearing at and insulting vulnerable patients in undercover sting

The investigation by BBC Panorama also revealed one patient at the NHS-funded hospital Whorlton Hall in County Durham being told by her care worker that her family were 'f***ing poison'.
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Care staff are caught swearing at and insulting vulnerable patients in undercover sting

The investigation by BBC Panorama also revealed one patient at the NHS-funded hospital Whorlton Hall in County Durham being told by her care worker that her family were 'f***ing poison'.

Prince Harry's Afghanistan comrade will be kicked out of the Army after failing a drugs test

Corporal Frankie O'Leary, who worked as Prince Harry's radio operator in Afghanistan back in 2007, will be kicked out of the Army after testing positive to cocaine.
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Prince Harry's Afghanistan comrade will be kicked out of the Army after failing a drugs test

Corporal Frankie O'Leary, who worked as Prince Harry's radio operator in Afghanistan back in 2007, will be kicked out of the Army after testing positive to cocaine.

Will Theresa May resign on Friday? Besieged PM is ordered to showdown with Tory backbench leader

The beleaguered Prime Minister has arranged to meet backbench kingmaker Sir Graham Brady on Friday amid widespread calls from mutinous MPs to step down immediately.
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Will Theresa May resign on Friday? Besieged PM is ordered to showdown with Tory backbench leader

The beleaguered Prime Minister has arranged to meet backbench kingmaker Sir Graham Brady on Friday amid widespread calls from mutinous MPs to step down immediately.

Parents of Muslim convert 'Jihadi Jack' arrive at court to face terror trial

John Letts and Sally Lane (pictured), from Oxford, allegedly sent or attempted to send their son Jack Letts a total of £1,723 between September 2015 and January 2016.
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Parents of Muslim convert 'Jihadi Jack' arrive at court to face terror trial

John Letts and Sally Lane (pictured), from Oxford, allegedly sent or attempted to send their son Jack Letts a total of £1,723 between September 2015 and January 2016.

End of days for Theresa May? New Brexit deal torn to shreds by Tories & UK media

Theresa May’s last-ditch attempt to push through her Brexit deal with a ‘new’ set of pledges is in tatters, with her own Tory MPs, Labour and the once loyal right-wing press all united in their opposition of the beleaguered UK PM. Read Full Article at R
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End of days for Theresa May? New Brexit deal torn to shreds by Tories & UK media

Theresa May’s last-ditch attempt to push through her Brexit deal with a ‘new’ set of pledges is in tatters, with her own Tory MPs, Labour and the once loyal right-wing press all united in their opposition of the beleaguered UK PM. Read Full Article at RT.com

Time’s up: Corbyn urges May to call a general election to ‘break Brexit deadlock’

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has rejected PM Theresa May’s new Brexit proposals, telling her the only way to solve the Brexit impasse was by giving people a say through a general election. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Time’s up: Corbyn urges May to call a general election to ‘break Brexit deadlock’

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has rejected PM Theresa May’s new Brexit proposals, telling her the only way to solve the Brexit impasse was by giving people a say through a general election. Read Full Article at RT.com

Brexit: Theresa May's Cabinet deserts her over Brexit Bill

The Prime Minister is in the Commons this afternoon as the Conservatives slumped to just seven per cent in a new European elections opinion poll - 30 points behind the Brexit Party.
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Brexit: Theresa May's Cabinet deserts her over Brexit Bill

The Prime Minister is in the Commons this afternoon as the Conservatives slumped to just seven per cent in a new European elections opinion poll - 30 points behind the Brexit Party.

British Steel collapses, putting 25,000 jobs at risk

Furious workers and their families slammed the government, saying ministers should hang their heads in shame, for not intervening to save British Steel as the manufacturer today collapsed.
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British Steel collapses, putting 25,000 jobs at risk

Furious workers and their families slammed the government, saying ministers should hang their heads in shame, for not intervening to save British Steel as the manufacturer today collapsed.

European elections: Farage says Brexit Party's success will topple May and Corbyn

Nigel Farage told a crowd of about 3,000 at Kensington Olympia, west London, that both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn would face the axe after the European elections.
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European elections: Farage says Brexit Party's success will topple May and Corbyn

Nigel Farage told a crowd of about 3,000 at Kensington Olympia, west London, that both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn would face the axe after the European elections.

Change in the pecking order: Sparrows take flight as finches and pigeons dominate gardens

Traditional favourites the sparrow, song thrush and starling are fast being replaced by woodpigeons, goldfinches and magpies because of the different food we are leaving out in the UK.
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Change in the pecking order: Sparrows take flight as finches and pigeons dominate gardens

Traditional favourites the sparrow, song thrush and starling are fast being replaced by woodpigeons, goldfinches and magpies because of the different food we are leaving out in the UK.

Brexit Party's EU election success will topple both May and Corbyn, vows Farage

Nigel Farage told a crowd of about 3,000 at Kensington Olympia, west London, that both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn would face the axe after the European elections.
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Brexit Party's EU election success will topple both May and Corbyn, vows Farage

Nigel Farage told a crowd of about 3,000 at Kensington Olympia, west London, that both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn would face the axe after the European elections.

Springer spaniel who helped his owner recover from depression attends Queen's garden party

Max’s owner, Kerry Irving, 54, from Keswick in Cumbria, overcame acute depression after a serious car accident to become a respected mental health campaigner.
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Springer spaniel who helped his owner recover from depression attends Queen's garden party

Max’s owner, Kerry Irving, 54, from Keswick in Cumbria, overcame acute depression after a serious car accident to become a respected mental health campaigner.

Shoppers face paying an extra penny for using self-scan tills

British supermarkets could introduce a 1p charge for self-service checkouts after a Government panel suggested it could raise £30million for projects to help heal divisions caused by Brexit.
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Shoppers face paying an extra penny for using self-scan tills

British supermarkets could introduce a 1p charge for self-service checkouts after a Government panel suggested it could raise £30million for projects to help heal divisions caused by Brexit.

Plastic stirrers, straws and cotton buds will be banned in England by April

Environment Secretary Michael Gove will make the announcement today after a public consultation revealed overwhelming support for the reduction of plastic.
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Plastic stirrers, straws and cotton buds will be banned in England by April

Environment Secretary Michael Gove will make the announcement today after a public consultation revealed overwhelming support for the reduction of plastic.

Change UK candidate Rachel Johnson goes leafleting for EU poll in Gibraltar

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: During the 1997 General Election, Rees-Mogg, then 27, famously took his nanny, Veronica Crook, canvassing in Scotland.
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Change UK candidate Rachel Johnson goes leafleting for EU poll in Gibraltar

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: During the 1997 General Election, Rees-Mogg, then 27, famously took his nanny, Veronica Crook, canvassing in Scotland.

Wayne Rooney's brother Graham is filmed with Tommy Robinson in Liverpool pub toilets video

Wayne Rooney, 33, has been left 'furious' after a video emerged of his younger brother Graham, 31, with far-right activist Tommy Robinson in a Liverpool pub's toilets.
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Wayne Rooney's brother Graham is filmed with Tommy Robinson in Liverpool pub toilets video

Wayne Rooney, 33, has been left 'furious' after a video emerged of his younger brother Graham, 31, with far-right activist Tommy Robinson in a Liverpool pub's toilets.

Niece of Syrian ruler al-Assad loses £25,000 in UK bank account because it breached sanctions law

Aniseh Chawkat, 22, the niece of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, rented a flat in London for more than £60,000 per year and benefited from 56 cash deposits into her account in 2017 and 2018.
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Niece of Syrian ruler al-Assad loses £25,000 in UK bank account because it breached sanctions law

Aniseh Chawkat, 22, the niece of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, rented a flat in London for more than £60,000 per year and benefited from 56 cash deposits into her account in 2017 and 2018.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show sees garden with no flowers win prize M&G Garden

The M&G Garden, designed by Andy Sturgeon, was crowned as the Best in Show by the Royal Horticulture Society's judges in Chelsea today.
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RHS Chelsea Flower Show sees garden with no flowers win prize M&G Garden

The M&G Garden, designed by Andy Sturgeon, was crowned as the Best in Show by the Royal Horticulture Society's judges in Chelsea today.

Theresa May offers vote on second referendum if MPs back ‘new’ Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May offered a ‘new Brexit deal’ which raises the possibility of a second referendum. While the offer will soon be introduced in parliament, it was quickly slammed by Labor and Conservative MPs alike. Read Full Article at RT.
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Theresa May offers vote on second referendum if MPs back ‘new’ Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May offered a ‘new Brexit deal’ which raises the possibility of a second referendum. While the offer will soon be introduced in parliament, it was quickly slammed by Labor and Conservative MPs alike. Read Full Article at RT.com

Piers Morgan calls Game of Thrones ‘over-hyped garbage,’ Irvine Welsh calls him a ‘dozy wanker’

Whether motivated by sympathy for fellow author George R.R. Martin or just annoyance with Piers Morgan, Irvine Welsh picked a fight with the talk show host on Twitter, leading to a UK slang slug fest. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Piers Morgan calls Game of Thrones ‘over-hyped garbage,’ Irvine Welsh calls him a ‘dozy wanker’

Whether motivated by sympathy for fellow author George R.R. Martin or just annoyance with Piers Morgan, Irvine Welsh picked a fight with the talk show host on Twitter, leading to a UK slang slug fest. Read Full Article at RT.com

Jamie Oliver's 'incompetent bully' brother-in-law behind food empire

Former City trader Paul Hunt was an incompetent bully plagued by failure who barked 'tea tea' at a PA aged in her 50s when he wanted her to make a drink, sources at the food group have claimed.
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Jamie Oliver's 'incompetent bully' brother-in-law behind food empire

Former City trader Paul Hunt was an incompetent bully plagued by failure who barked 'tea tea' at a PA aged in her 50s when he wanted her to make a drink, sources at the food group have claimed.

‘I'd prefer ACID but milkshakes will do’: Charity worker provokes outrage with Farage attack tweet

A UK charity worker has caused fury on social media after suggesting she would have preferred if it had been acid and not a milkshake that was hurled at Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage while campaigning in Newcastle on Monday. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘I'd prefer ACID but milkshakes will do’: Charity worker provokes outrage with Farage attack tweet

A UK charity worker has caused fury on social media after suggesting she would have preferred if it had been acid and not a milkshake that was hurled at Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage while campaigning in Newcastle on Monday. Read Full Article at RT.com

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