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The smart plastic that can lift 1,000 times its own weight: Radical new material could change medicine and fashion forever

University of Rochester created a material that undergoes a shape change that can be triggered by body heat alone and can pick up objects 1,000 times its weight.
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21,647 characters spanning a 36,000 year storyline: Computer analysis reveals the stunning complexity of Star Wars

Researchers at EPFL combined web pages, math and algorithms to show what Star Wars' expanded universe looks like. The found a total of 21,647 characters over the 36,000 years of story line.
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Mexicans hope papal visit brings change

Many Mexicans hope Pope Francis will help lift the deep despair they feel over violence and corruption, when he visits, as Katy Watson reports.
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VIDEO: Mother to internet: stop humiliating my child

A mother fights those humiliating her child in a meme
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What was Kissing Friday?

What was the tradition of Kissing Friday?
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Gravitational waves: Numbers don't do them justice

Jonathan Amos reflects on the significance of Thursdayâ??s announcement â?? and the mind-boggling scale of the black hole merger itself.
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Is Germany dragging down the eurozone?

Is Germany dragging down the eurozone? To understand why some see Germany as a problem we must start with the countries hit hardest by the financial crisis, says Andrew Walker.
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Record year for river fish releases

Almost two million captive-bred fish and larvae were released in 2015 to boost populations in England's rivers, says the Environment Agency.
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Ninety pianos auctioned in Edinburgh

One of the largest collections of pianos in Scotland is going under the hammer in Edinburgh after a piano supplier decided to retire.
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Microsoft's Fetch! app can tell you what breed of dog you resemble from a picture

Fetch! is a combination of machine learning and expert data about dog breeds. Built by Microsoft it allows users to upload an image and the app will match a dog breed that looks most like their face.
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First-time buyers' £50,000 rent bill

First-time buyers who purchase a house this year will have already spent £52,900 on rent, research for a landlords' trade body suggests.
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Quiz of the week's news

Who got an unexpected boost from Beyonce this week?
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Why did the half-plane, half-helicopter not work?

Why has mass helicopter transport never taken off?
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Wall writings on Apollo 11 revealed

Uncovering the markings on Apollo 11
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Tilda Swinton: Making a silent Splash

Tilda Swinton on speechless Splash role
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How The Beatles still grip Liverpool

Why The Beatles still grip Liverpool
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South Sudan president reappoints rival

South Sudan President Salva Kiir reappoints rival Riek Machar to the government as part of a peace deal aimed at ending the country's civil conflict.
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Remote-controlled Terrier uses blades to clear mines and dig trenches

The vehicle is produced by London-based BAE Systems. Soldiers have nicknamed the bulldozer, crane, mine clearer and armoured vehicle the ‘swiss army knife’ because frontline versatility.
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Firms forced to reveal gender pay gap

Companies that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables.
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Life expectancy high at older ages

People in England are living longer than ever before in older age, a report from Public Health England says.
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Kids Co boss denies 'mesmerising' PM

Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh denies "mesmerising" David Cameron and senior politicians to gain millions in public funding.
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Reception tests 'disrupt school starts'

Research for a teaching union suggests new tests for four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt children's start to school.
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'Lack of interest' in rail franchises

Taxpayers could end up out of pocket because not enough companies want to bid to run rail franchises in England and Wales, a group of MPs warn.
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World powers 'agree Syria ceasefire'

Agreement has been reached by foreign ministers meeting in Munich on a nationwide Syria ceasefire to start in one week's time, US's John Kerry says.
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IN PHOTO: This photograph shows a ground-nesting wasp (Cerceris arenaria) approaching her nest.

When ground-nesting wasps leave their nests each day, they turn back toward home before flying along a series of ever-increasing arcs. While the insects gain height and distance, their attention remains focused on the nest. By reconstructing what wasps see during these learning flights, researchers reporting in the Cell Press journal Current Biology on February 11 say that they have new insight into how the insects find their way home.

"Our findings tell us how wonderfully autonomous, flexible, and robust wasps are with their ability to know places in the world and shuttle back and forth between them," says Jochen Zeil of The Australian National University in Canberra. "They share this fundamentally important skill with most animals on earth."

Earlier studies had shown that the arcs wasps travel in learning flights follow a remarkably precise pattern. They also knew that wasps make very

Video shows what a wasp sees and how they never get lost

Researchers found when ground-nesting wasps leave their nests each day, they turn back toward home before flying along a series of ever-increasing arcs.
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VIDEO: Spearing giants in 'ocean's Jurassic Park'

Spear-fishing expert Colin Chester explains the appeal of fishing off Ascension Island.
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VIDEO: Why Pope and Patriarch meeting matters

As the leaders of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches meet for the first time in 1,000 years, Sarah Rainsford assesses what it means to followers of both in Moscow.
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ISIS judges chop off hand of accused thief in Raqqa, Syria

ISIS published the photos, which all have identical captions in Arabic, show the man surrounded by up to 50 men and boys as his right hand is chopped off with a meat cleaver.
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Indian woman slices off her brother-in-law’s genitals ‘as he raped her'

The mother-of-three stunned police officers in the Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh, India, when she walked into the station with her children and clutching the severed organ, handing it in as evidence.
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Clinton and Sanders vie for minorities

The concerns of minority voters will loom large in the next debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
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Twelve children killed in attacks by rabid VAMPIRE BATS in Peru

At least twelve children have died from rabies after being attacked by blood-sucking bats in the Peruvian jungle - but locals first blamed it on witchcraft.
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Diabetes drug found to help beat cocaine addiction

Scientists from University of Pennsylvania discovered that Byetta, a diabetes drug that targets a hormone dealing with food consumption, can also decrease an addict's desire for cocaine.
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VIDEO: Children tell of having to watch beheadings

More evidence has come to light of the way Iraqi and Syrian children are being targeted by so-called Islamic State.
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Human and gorilla ancestors split 10 million years ago in Africa, fossils show

The University of Tokyo believe fossils are from ancient gorillas and date back 8m years, which suggests human and ape lineage split 10m years ago. These are the first found south of the Sahara.
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Zika virus case identified in Maryland bringing total of affected US states to 21

The news comes as U.S. officials scramble to ship Zika virus tests for pregnant women to health departments around the country - but fear there will be a shortage.
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Elon Musk reveals you can reserve a $35,000 Tesla Model 3 from March 31st

Elon Musk tweeted the announcement this week, and added that all reservations will require a $1,000 deposit and a visit to a Tesla store. Online reservations for Model 3 will be accepted April 1.
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More than £9bn wiped off the value of UK's biggest banks as global markets suffer

Fears of negative interest rates and a profits warning at French giant Societe Generale shredded the nerves of investors on both sides of the Atlantic.
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Mark Dixie wrongly jailed for rape is freed after TWELVE YEARS

Romano van der Dussen spent more than 12 years behind bars after being convicted of raping the Spanish victim in August 2003. His conviction was overturned following Mark Dixie's confession.
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Cannabis DOES alter your brain and younger you start the greater the risk of damage

Scientists from the University of Texas at Dallas found people who use cannabis before age 16 have underdeveloped brains - and those who start after age 16 suffer accelerated brain aging.
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PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday January 27, 2012. Toy firm Hornby has admitted its profits have been knocked off track by weak demand for train sets and Scalextric racing cars over Christmas. The group, which also owns the Airfix and Corgi brands, blamed fragile consumer confidence and caution among retail stockists for its UK festive sales coming in below the level of a year ago. In particular, it said sales of more expensive ranges such as Hornby and Scalextric sets were "affected adversely". See PA story CITY Hornby. Photo credit should read: Stephen Kelly/PA Wire

Hornby loses almost three quarters of its value in just 48 hours

Hornby issued its fourth profit warning in three years on Wednesday, and had the worst day in its trading history with stock dropping 60 per cent.
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Clarks set to axe 170 head office jobs as footwear firm is hit by slowing sales

The High Street stalwart has been hit by slowing sales and competition, and is undoing a mini-crisis after its long-serving chief executive and finance director left last year.
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LEIGH, GREATER MANCHESTER - FEBRUARY 11:  Joe Rothwell of Manchester United U21s celebrates scoring their first goal during the U21 Premier League match between Manchester United U21s and Manchester City U21s at Leigh Sports Village on February 11, 2016 in Leigh, Greater Manchester.  (Photo by John Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

Manchester United U21 1-0 Manchester City U21: Joe Rothwell nets only goal of the game to send Red side of the city top of the league

Ed Woodward says significant finance is still being pumped into Manchester United’s academy set-up and while some age groups are failing miserably the Under 21s keep on performing.
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JAMES ASHTON: Slump sparked by a perfect storm of oil prices and the misfiring Chinese economy risks becoming a full-blown crisis

Central bankers clambered from the rubble of the Great Panic of 2008 adamant that the global economy should never be caught out so badly again.
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Government borrowing costs hit record low of 1.22% amid speculation BoE may not raise rates until end of the decade

The yield on 10-year gilts fell to an all-time low as nervous investors dump risky assets such as bank shares and look to the apparent safety of government debt.
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Oil price back at 12 year low with up to 2m excess barrels being produced a day

Record US supply figures, the prospects of weaker demand, and a forecast by Goldman Sachs that the price will stay low for the rest of this year all helped send the price of crude lower yesterday.
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A plane takes off at Bristol Airport, where overnight snow prevented planes from taking off earlier today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday February 8, 2007. Commuters are braced for travel chaos today with a blanket of heavy snow predicted to fall across many parts of the UK. As the Met Office issued a severe weather warning for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, industry chiefs warned that transport failures today could cost the economy hundreds of millions of pounds. Forecasters predicted up to 6in (15cm) of snow could fall over parts of the Midlands, South and Mid-Wales and Northern Ireland today. See PA story WEATHER Snow. Photo credit should read: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Bristol airport warns local economy could lose £843m if Wales wins right to set a lower rate of passenger duty at Cardiff

If Wales is given autonomy over setting APD Bristol Airport warns it will see a 25 per cent drop in numbers by 2020 as they flock to neighbouring Cardiff where flights would be cheaper.
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The FTSE giant bucking the gloom: Support services firm DCC sees jump in shares after posting rising profits

The company, which provides sales, marketing and distribution services, said its operating profits of £221.7m were ‘very significantly ahead’ of the previous year.
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Profit slump at Jaguar Land Rover as Indian-owned car maker sells record number of cheaper vehicles   

The Indian owned firm changed its strategy in the wake of the downturn by launching a range of lower cost cars such as the XE which is also known as the baby Jaguar.
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MARKET REPORT: Traders attack the rise of the machines with automated algorithmic computer systems blamed for sharp share price drops

Well gone are the days when an investor made a decision to buy or sell a share and conveyed this information to a stockbroker, who then routed the order to an exchange.
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Salford 44-10 St Helens

Salford Red Devils produce a stunning display to demolish St Helens with an eight-try hammering at the AJ Bell Stadium.
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Celta Vigo 2-2 Sevilla (agg 2-6): Unai Emery's side set up Copa del Rey final with Barcelona despite Iago Aspas' brace

Unai Emery's Sevilla secured a 2-2 draw against Celta Vigo on Thursday night to book their spot in the final of the Copa del Rey courtesy of a 6-2 aggregate win.
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Fruit and veg goes digital in South America

The apps aiming to shake up grocery shopping in South America
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Increasing vaccination rates could reduce the need for antibiotics

A UK government report revealed vaccines could help combat drug-resistant superbugs - which may end up killing 10 million additional people a year and costing an extra $100 trillion by 2050.
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Neil Warnock answers Rotherham SOS to become new boss until end of the season

The veteran manager is going full circle to one of the clubs he played for in answering an SOS from the Yorkshire outfit. Warnock has agreed to take charge until the end of the season.
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New GPS technique makes system accurate to just a few centimeters 

The University of California, Riverside has developed a new way to process data from the GPS to enhance location accuracy from the meter-level down to a few centimeters.
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Warnock named new Rotherham manager

Former Sheffield United and QPR boss Neil Warnock is appointed Rotherham manager until the end of the season.
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Why some men think all women want to sleep with them can be down to 'attachment style'

Researchers at Union College in New York found that men on the higher end of the 'attachment anxiety' spectrum were most likely to imagine a woman being sexually interested in them.
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Expert busts 5 common myths about the sniffles and reveals flu strikes once a decade

An expert from New York University revealed many people incorrectly assume they have the flu when they're just sick, the flu shot doesn't cause illness, drugs can't stop flu symptoms - and more.
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HUNTINGDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 11: Trevor Whelan riding Albatros De Guye win The 32Red £10 Free Handicap Steeple Chase at Huntingdon racecourse on February 11, 2016 in Huntingdon, England. (Photo by Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images)

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Friday, February 12

Sportsmail racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Friday's racing at Kempton, Wetherby and Wolverhampton. 
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VIDEO: 'Mind-boggling' breakthrough

Scientists say the discovery of gravitational waves will open the window on the formation of the universe.
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VIDEO: Bosch paintings in historic homecoming

The strange and terrifying works of the painter Hieronymous Bosch have been gathered in his home town, Den Bosch, in the Netherlands for the first time.
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Number of people battling dementia has FALLEN by 20% every decade since the 70s

A new study from Boston University noted dementia rates have dropped - likely because of an increase in heart disease medication - which offers hope that the disease can be prevented, or at least delayed.
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Pregnant women should NOT use e-cigs as they could be ‘worse than tobacco smoke’

Professor Judith Zelikoff, from New York University, told scientists many women switched to e-cigarettes on the 'misguided' belief they are safer than tobacco.
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California is warned ‘the big one’ could hit causing more damage than San Andreas

Running from Northern California to British Columbia, the Cascadia subduction zone can deliver a quake that's many times stronger than San Andreas.
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VIDEO: Top Gear's top seven

The full line-up of presenters set to front the new series of Top Gear has been announced.
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A new homonin finger bone fossil was found in Sterkfontein Caves.
Two new hominin fossils have been found in a previously uninvestigated chamber in the Sterkfontein Caves, just North West of Johannesburg in South Africa.

The two new specimens, a finger bone and a molar, are part of a set of four specimens, which seem to be from early hominins that can be associated with early stone tool-bearing sediments that entered the cave more than two million years ago.

"The specimens are exciting not only because they are associated with early stone tools, but also because they possess a mixture of intriguing features that raise many more questions than they give answers," says lead researcher Dr Dominic Stratford, a lecturer at the Wits School of Geography, Archaeology and Environmental studies, and research coordinator at the Sterkfontein Caves.

The first fossil specimen, which is a very large proximal finger bone, is significantly larger and more robust than any other hand bone of any homi

Are unique fossils found at South Africa's 'cradle of life' a new human ancestor?

Two 'unique' new hominin fossils were found in a previously uninvestigated chamber in the Sterkfontein Caves just North West of Johannesburg in South Africa.
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River Thames bursts its banks

London flood alerts issued and Thames Barrier shut after river burst its banks

The River Thames burst its banks onto flood plains in Greenwich, south east London, today while dramatic photographs show river levels extremely high in areas such as Embankment.
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Jurgen Klopp joins Liverpool legends for Anfield Topping Out ceremony

Topping Out is a construction tradition that supposedly brings good luck on a new building - with Klopp joined by 10 of the club's star studded alumni, including Sportsmail's Carragher.
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Payet signs new West Ham contract

Midfielder Dimitri Payet signs a new five-and-a-half year deal with West Ham, just seven months after joining from Marseille.
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Greenhouse gases could destroy the possibility of extraterrestrial life

Greenhouse gasses can cause a planet to dry out and become uninhabitable, just as powerfully as if the planet were orbiting too close to its sun, a new study claims.
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Genes inherited from neanderthals linked with addiction and even callouses

Researchers from Vanderbilt University compared the genes of 28,000 people with information from their health records to detemine which we have inherited from Neanderthals.
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Chris Giganti hits creates alcohol guide showing bad things that can happen to MEN

The CDC came under fire for new alcohol guidelines that advised women to take birth control if they drink. A Brooklyn designer created a similar guide for men to combat the sexism of the first guide.
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Johnson sacked by Sunderland

Adam Johnson is sacked by Sunderland after pleading guilty to one count of sexual activity with a child and one charge of grooming.
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BRADFORD, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 10:  Adam Johnson arrives with girlfriend Stacey Flounders at the Crown Court on February 10, 2016 in Bradford, England. The Sunderland FC midfielder, aged 28 and from Castle Eden, County Durham, is on trial having previously denied three counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of grooming. He has one daughter.  (Photo by Nigel Roddis/Getty Images)

Sunderland sack Adam Johnson after winger pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child under 16 years

MATT LAWTON EXCLUSIVE: Sunderland have sacked Adam Johnson after he pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child under 16 years this week.
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Dimitri Payet commits future to West Ham with new £125,000-a-week five-year-deal

West Ham forward Dimitri Payet has signed a money-spinning new deal worth up to £35million. The Frenchman’s bumper package is the most lucrative in the club’s history.
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Prince William consoles widow at funeral of polar explorer Henry Worsley

Prince William (pictured, with Mr Worsley's widow Joanna) was patron of the adventurer's Shackleton Solo Expedition and joined mourners at a central London church for the service this afternoon.
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Iron tablets can damage the body in just 10 MINUTES

Iron supplements contain 10 times more iron than is necessary for health, researchers from the National Heart and Lung Institute at Imperial College London said.
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Third of young adults too scared to check their bank account

Research released as part of National Student Money Week also found that 34 per cent of young adults expect to go into debt this year.
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Stoke hope Bojan Krkic deal will persuade PSG target Marko Arnautovic to stay

Arnautovic's current contract runs out in 2017 and is understood to contain a £12.5million buy-out clause that will become active when the final year of the agreement begins this summer.
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Two Uber executives appear in Paris court for 'running illegal taxi operation' 

Thibaud Simphal, general manager for France, and Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty, chief for Western Europe, have also been charged with commercial deception and violation of privacy law.
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MUGLA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 11: Turkish gendarmeries escort 2 Syrians, arrested on suspicion of causing deaths of 5 refugees including Aylan Kurdi,as they brought to the court in Mugla, Turkey on February 11, 2016. Aylan Kurdi,3 year old kid drowned after boat sank on route to the Greek islands in the Aegean Sea. (Photo by Ali Balli/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Two Syrian 'people smugglers' go on trial over the death of Aylan Kurdi

Muwafaka Alabash and Asem Alfrhad have been charged with human smuggling and causing the deaths of five people 'through deliberate negligence' at their trial in Bodrum, Turkey.
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MSPs vote on Scottish income tax rate

MSPs vote on a Scottish rate of income tax for the first time, deciding to keep rates at the current levels.
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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 06:  (THE SUN OUT, THE SUN ON SUDNAY OUT) James Milner of Liverpool reacts during the Barclays Premier League match between Liverpool and Sunderland at Anfield on February 6, 2016 in Liverpool, England.  (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

Liverpool's FA Cup youngsters will get a 'kick up the rear' if they let fame go their heads, insists James Milner

James Milner has been impressed with Liverpool's young players who represented the club in the FA Cup but has warned they will get a 'kick up the rear' if they let fame go to their heads.
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Growing human organs in pigs and sheep takes step closer as new guidelines published

The British government has published its first guidance on controversial technology that combines human genetic material or tissue with animals to create hybrids. Stock image of pigs pictured.
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Francesco Guidolin inspired by Leicester's unlikely Premier League title challenge

Francesco Guidolin plans to draw inspiration from his friend Claudio Ranieri's title charge at Leicester City as he attempts to steer Swansea City away from relegation danger.
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Mexico prison riot sees 60 dead as locals report gunfire inside compound

The violent scuffles and fire broke out at the Topo Chico prison in the north eastern Mexican city of Monterrey, where relatives of the prisoners said they heard gunshots in the early hours.
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LEIGH, GREATER MANCHESTER - FEBRUARY 11:  Joe Rothwell of Manchester United U21s celebrates scoring their first goal during the U21 Premier League match between Manchester United U21s and Manchester City U21s at Leigh Sports Village on February 11, 2016 in Leigh, Greater Manchester.  (Photo by John Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

Manchester United U21 1-0 Manchester City U21 REPORT: Joe Rothwell gives hosts the bragging rights over their rivals

Manchester United's under-21 side will be looking to continue to build on their remarkable seven-goal demolition of Norwich when they take on rivals Manchester City on Thursday night.
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Junior doctor describes treating 100 cancer patients single-handedly

Richard Bowman describes helping patients who 'couldn't breathe' and another who had 'bleeding in their head' at a hospital in Birmingham in a post which has already been shared 4,000 times.
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Oregon militia stand-off ends

The remaining armed occupiers of a US wildlife sanctuary in the state of Oregon surrender, ending a tense 41-day stand-off over government control of local land.
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Investing Show: Tim Price says Japan is 'standout value opportunity'

Against a backdrop of bad headlines, contrarian investor Tim Price explains where he is looking for good news in the latest episode of the Investing Show.
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Conspiracy theorists claim Mars rover trampled over ‘ancient art face’

Conspiracy theorists have identified what they claim is an ancient face on the red planet. The 'face' is argued to be an alien sculpture thousands of years old, and Curiosity rover ran right over it.
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FILE - February 10, 2016:  Phil Gartside Dies Aged 63 PORTSMOUTH, UNITED KINGDOM - SEPTEMBER 25:  Bolton Wanderers Manager Sam Allardyce sits next to his Chairman Phil Gartside during Barclays Premiership match between Portsmouth and Bolton Wanderers at Fratton Park on September 25, 2006 in Portsmouth, England.  (Photo by Ben Radford/Getty Images)

Sam Allardyce hails 'magical journey' with Phil Gartside after Bolton chairman's death 

The current Sunderland boss teamed up with Gartside to lead Wanderers into the Barclays Premier League, establish them as a top-flight outfit and then guide them into Europe.
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Injured Jockeys Fund urges female riders to engage in extra research into concussion

The Injured Jockeys Fund is urging female riders to engage in research into concussion on the back of figures suggesting they are four-times more susceptible to the condition than men.
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Nestle 'hypocritical' to end IAAF deal

IAAF president Lord Coe accuses Nestle of hypocrisy after it ends its sponsorship of the Kids' Athletics programme.
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Arsenal to take on 2016 MLS AT&T All-Stars and Mexican side Chivas de Guadalajara as part of pre-season trip to America

Premier League side Arsenal will prepare for the 2016-17 season with two fixtures in America. The club have confirmed they will travel to the United States to face the 2016 MLS AT&T All-Stars.
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Clive O'Connell, the lawyer sacked for calling Liverpool fans 'scouse scum', takes on a new role in the industry

Clive O'Connell, the lawyer who was sacked after appearing on camera to call Liverpool supporters 'scouse scum', has landed a new job in the industry.
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Turkey blasts UN calls to take in more migrants and threaten to send millions into the EU

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stepped up his denunciations of EU policy and warned Europe the country could simply say 'goodbye' to the 2.5million refugees it hosts.
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NATO warships ordered to patrol the Aegean Sea 'without delay'

Three NATO vessels have been ordered to move immediately to the Aegean Sea to help Turkey and Greece crack down on criminal networks smuggling migrants and refugees into Europe.
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The campaign to lower Premier League ticket prices is an ongoing battle uniting fans from all clubs, despite Liverpool owners lessening the cost at Anfield after walkout

Sportsmail has spoken with supporters of all 20 Premier League clubs to gather thoughts on what should happen next in the continuing campaign to lower the price of tickets.