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Carolina Panthers 10-24 Denver Broncos: Peyton Manning wins second Super Bowl

PETER CARLINE AT THE LEVI'S STADIUM: It really is simple: defense wins championships. Especially one featuring MVP Von Miller and cohort De Marcus Ware.
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Dementia sufferer Sandra Wood died after Tunbridge Wells doctors refused her a scan

Sandra Wood was ordered to A&E by her GP who feared she had a bowel blockage. But staff at Tunbridge Wells Hospital were loathe to call a consultant to sanction the ‘out of hours’ CT scan.
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Mick Jagger's son James prefers The Kinks to the Rolling Stones

If your father’s Mick Jagger, you might be expected to have a little sympathy for his music. But James Jagger says he prefers the music of The Kinks and Ray Davies to that of the Rolling Stones.
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Citizens’ Advice say care home fees 'rise by £2,000 with a week's notice'

Annual care home fees increased by an average of £900 across England in the last financial year, while fees in the East of England rose by more than £2,000, according to Citizens’ Advice.
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Adele and Ed Sheeran help put Britain on top of the IFPI charts

Adele (pictured), who released her hit single Hello in October, was named the most popular recording artist across the globe in 2015, according to an international music trade body
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Bolton gang 'hacked Sebastian Zuchlinski to death with machetes' in front of his girlfriend

Police have arrested a 29-year-old man on suspicion of murder after a 39-year-old, named locally as Sebastian Zuchlinski, was stabbed to death 'with machetes' in a street in Bolton.
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Google, Amazon and Facebook may be forced to reveal revenue and taxes

The proposed law, to be drawn up this year, would force every large company which operates within the EU to reveal its profits and taxes, including online giants Amazon, Facebook and Google.
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LSE professor says doing more of what you like is the solution to a mid-life crisis

No one will ever beat a mid-life crisis by going on a spending spree, trying to regain their lost youth or reading self-help books, according to experts at the London School of Economics
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Ken Macdonald wants jihadi CAGE organisation to speak at Oxford University

Ken Macdonald, pictured, warden of Wadham College, Oxford, said a platform should be given to the Cage organisation, which recently called Brit executioner Jihadi John a 'beautiful young man'.
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Police set to use EAGLES to foil terrorist drone attacks: Scotland Yard confirms birds of prey could be used to intercept aircraft after video showed one being plucked from the sky 

The Metropolitan Police is so worried about the potential for terrorist drone attacks it is investigation using eagles to take them out, the force confirmed last night.
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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Lady T wouldn't have fallen for this stitch-up 

It was typically withering rhetoric from a politician who throughout her 11 years as Prime Minister railed constantly against the overbearing, wasteful, profoundly undemocratic Brussels club.
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IRA killer Robert Duffy is pictured enjoying a top-secret visit to see his wife and children

Duffy (pictured), 44, was being ferried by four Kevlar-clad prison officers during the seven-hour meet-up in the Marist Fathers' residence to the rear of Dundalk's Marist Church.
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'Use drink and drugs as measure of child poverty': Factors among five new measures think tank says should be included Midnight 

To measure child poverty in the UK, worklessness, family breakdown, educational failure, addiction and debt – must be taken into account says the Centre for Social Justice.
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Would Margaret Thatcher really want to stay in EU on back of David Cameron's deal?

The voice is that of Margaret Thatcher: it has not been heard for the obvious reason that the former Conservative Prime Minister died three years ago, writes DOMINIC LAWSON.
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CHRIS DEERIN believes Labour has already lost the next general election

If the Corbynites are successful in their efforts to seize control of every aspect of the internal machinery, Labour is done for good, writes CHRIS DEERIN.
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Afghanistan's Sangin region again on the brink of falling to the Taliban

Most of Sangin, in Helmand province, has already been taken by the insurgents, with the Afghan government now controlling just a few square kilometres of the city.
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TOWIE's Ferne McCann joins Chloe Sims and Megan McKenna for night out

The I'm A Celebrity star, 25, amped-up the glamour as she partied with her fellow reality TV pals, including Chloe Sims and CBB's Megan McKenna.
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Dan Biggar's ankle blow jolts Wales after Six Nations draw against Ireland with fly-half to be assessed before Scotland clash

Dan Biggar suffered an ankle sprain in Wales' 16-16 RBS 6 Nations draw with Ireland and will be a doubt for the clash with Scotland. Warren Gatland confirmed the fly-half will be assessed.
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Priti Patel to demand meeting with David Cameron to say she will fight to leave EU

Grammar school-educated Miss Patel, who has become the poster girl of the Out campaign, is to demand a meeting with David Cameron to tell him she will fight to get Britain out of the EU.
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Sleeping with a baby boosts breast-feeding: Mothers are twice as likely to continue after six months if they share their bed for at least an hour a week 

The UK study also found breastfed babies have less chance of diarrhoea and vomiting, fewer infections, less likelihood of becoming obese and therefore developing type 2 diabetes.
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Kimberley Wash stuns with Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Nicola Roberts as bridesmaids

The former Girls Aloud star looks serene in the semi-sheer lace gown which featured a racy split which she wore down the aisle at her Barbados wedding last month.
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Midlands drives British economy to a six month high

The report that growth was strongest in the East and West Midlands (file photo of Birmingham) will be welcomed by the Chancellor as a sign that the economic recovery is spreading beyond London
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The Queen's favourite Pembroke Welsh Corgi no longer at risk of dying out

The Queen's favourite breed of dog has experienced a surge in popularity in 2015 and are no longer considered to be at risk of dying out, according to a new report yesterday.
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PETER OBORNE sends a dispatch from Aleppo as Syrians flee for Europe

The northern Syrian city of Aleppo was considered one of the most beautiful in the Middle East four years ago, but has since been destroyed by war which forced millions to flee, writes PETER OBORNE
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Beeb need a rocket as ITV shoot for the stars in shared Six Nations coverage

TV REVIEW: The BBC launched its coverage from space while ITV offered a passing connection with rugby’s grassroots as the Six Nations dual broadcasters got underway.
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Who's a clever boy, then? Find out with doggy IQ test! 

British researchers have devised the first reliable IQ test for dogs. It has been carried out on border collies, like the one shown, and shows that just like humans, dogs vary in how clever they are.
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David Beckham and Kaka among sports stars at Super Bowl 50 as Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos face off

More than 160 million people worldwide are expected to watch Superbowl 50 on Sunday and some of sports biggest stars have gotten caught up in the magic.
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Juventus and Napoli both win to set up Serie A title showdown as Inter Milan's hopes of another Scudetto fade with draw 

Napoli will have the upper hand over Juventus heading into next weekend's Serie A title showdown in Turin after both Scudetto rivals secured narrow wins on Sunday.
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Camilla Kerslake attends the Evening Standard awards in London

She always like to dress for attention. And, clearly, Camilla Kerslake pulled out all the stops when she attended the Evening Standard Awards in central London on Sunday.
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Will David Cameron face a Euro ear-bashing from his millionaire donors?

David Cameron has often sought to exploit images for political gain. But at tonight's Black and White Party, he will be unusually camera shy, ANDREW PIERCE argues.
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Women's Equality Party ridiculed for appointing man as head of panel

Controversy erupted when it emerged that not only had the government appointed Sir Philip Hampton to the panel, but they had hired a woman to fill in as his deputy (file photo).
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Scotland 9-15 England PLAYER RATINGS: Billy Vunipola puts on world class show in Eddie Jones' Six Nations curtain raiser

Eddie Jones began his reign as England head coach with a 19-5 victory over Scotland in their opening Six nations clash at Murrayfield on Saturday. Here, Sportsmail's SAM PETERS rates the team...
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War and Rest in Peace...what a deadly finale! Six characters meet a grisly end during bloody climax to the gripping series

The BBC's adaptation of Russian author Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace ended in grisly fashion with six characters killed off including some fan favourites.
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BAAPS say number of men opting for plastic surgery doubles in the past decade

More men are having plastic surgery than ever in the UK - with the number of going under the knife doubling in the past decade.
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David Cameron plans to free prisoners during the week

The radical scheme for prisoners near the end of their sentences would see them behind bars only at weekends. It is one of a raft of reforms Prime Minister David Cameron (pictured) will reveal today.
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Liverpool owners startled by fans Anfield ticket price walkout as FSG consider review

Fenway Sports Group, Liverpool's owners, will hold talks to discuss their next move following the mass exodus from Anfield in protest at their controversial proposed ticket prices for next year.
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Office for National Statistics says UK has worse rate of stillbirths than Estonia and Poland

Despite efforts, Britain's stillborn rate remains stubbornly high – 4.6 per 1,000 births after 24 weeks, while the Office for National Statistics says 3,564 babies were stillborn in UK in 2014.
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Mogadishu CCTV shows Somali jet 'bomber' being handed explosive-hiding laptop

Somali intelligence released CCTV footage from Mogadishu airport showing a passenger being given a laptop in which the bomb that intended to destroy Daallo Airlines jet was concealed.
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Odion Ighalo celebrated by Granada as their special guest prior to Real Madrid defeat as Watford striker returns to watch former club

Watford striker Odion Ighalo was given a hero's welcome by former club Granada as he was a special guest for their clash against Real Madrid on Sunday evening.
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Tamil Nadu state Indian bus driver become first person 'to be killed by a meteorite strike'

The 40-year-old man was struck and killed by the splinters of the space rock which fell to ground near an engineering college in Vellore, in Tamil Nadu state (graphic image of an asteroid)
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Risk of divorce drops with every year of marriage, Marriage Foundation analyst says

A new study has found that UK couples are less likely to divorce their partner the longer they are together. The new evidence also suggests that the first decade of marriage is the hardest to get through.
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Clarifications and corrections 

An article on 11 January wrongly suggested that Gale Booth is Lauren Booth’s mother. We are happy to make clear that Gale Booth was not an alcoholic or an unfit parent.
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Marseille 1-2 PSG: Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Angel di Maria on target as Steven Fletcher makes his Ligue 1 debut

Paris Saint-Germain extended their record unbeaten Ligue 1 run to 34 games with a 2-1 victory at Le Classique rivals Marseille. PSG are now 24 points clear at the top of the table.
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Taming of these Shrews should be easy for Manchester United come FA Cup showdown

ON THE ROAD - ADAM SHERGOLD AT HIGHBURY STADIUM: Fleetwood vs Shrewsbury was a meeting of 20th and 21st in Sky Bet League One and, regrettably, the match lived up to that.
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Emma Thompson and daughter Gaia at the Evening Standard Awards

She is often stylish on the red carpet. But Emma Thompson was given a serious run from her money as she was joined by daughter Gaia at the Evening Standard Awards on Sunday.
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Anger at MPs' demand for secrecy if they're arrested

MPs will decide this week whether to grant themselves anonymity if they are arrested. Making their names public could breach their right to privacy under ECHR.
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Operator of ski lift that killed Poonam Bhattal escapes jail

Poonam Bhattal, pictured, was with school friends from Guru Nanak Sikh Academy in Hayes, London, when she plunged 20ft and landed on rocky ground in the Italian Alps.
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Giulio Regeni found dead in Egypt suffered 'inhuman animal-like violence'

The battered body of Italian born student Giulio Regeni was found naked from the waist down near a highway outside the Egyptian capital, nine days after he was reported missing.
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Eamonn Holmes shares hospital snapshot after double hip replacement surgery

He has undergone a hip replacement. So, to reassure fans that he is on the road to recovery, TV presenter Eamonn Holmes took to Twitter on Sunday to share a snapshot from his hospital ward.
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The Rolling Stones’ drugs bust was diversion from Elm Guest House child abuse, Marianne Faithful claims

The singer claimed the Establishment wanted to penalise 'silly little hippies' to keep public focus away from MPs targeting children.