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Unfit at 40 'accelerates brain ageing'

Lack of exercise in mid-life ages the brain as well as the body, research suggests.
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Lucian Freud portrait sells for £16m

Freud's painting Pregnant Girl far exceeds its estimated sale price when auctioned in London.
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Nine-year-old Everton fan who suffers from cerebral palsy presented with club's Goal of the Month award by boss Roberto Martinez

George Shaw was granted access to the Goodison Park pitch so that he could score at the Gwladys Street end during half-time of Everton's 2-1 Premier League defeat by Swansea last month.
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VIDEO: Google boss asked 'what do you get paid?'

Google's UK head, Matt Brittin, is asked about his salary as he appeared before the Public Accounts Committee.
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Gadget battery shipments face scrutiny

The US National Transportation Safety Board says shipments of lithium-ion batteries on planes should be restricted because of safety fears.
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Man Utd revenue rises to £133.8m

Manchester United announce that revenue in the three months to 31 December rose 26.6% to £133.8m.
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Sex education 'will not be compulsory'

England's education secretary rejects MPs' calls to make sex-and-relationship education compulsory in all schools.
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Kyren Wilson and Anthony Hamilton set new snooker record of century breaks in six consecutive frames

Their achievement beat the previous record of five centuries in consecutive frames of a match that was set first by Ronnie O'Sullivan and Stephen Hendry in the 2003 British Open final.
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VIDEO: 'Amy' director's fictional take

Asif Kapadia, the director of Oscar nominated documentary Amy, talks about his latest fictional film.
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Are the chips down for Moore's Law? Computer industry admits it is struggling to keep up with the pace of innovation

The semiconductor industry is meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, this week as it prepares to set out a development plan that abandons the principals of Moore's Law for the first time.
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Civil service pension firm 'didn't cope'

Civil service pensions mutual MyCSP "did not cope" with the workload after it took over administration from Capita in 2014, the National Audit Office has said.
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Manchester United have stuck to their guns over Jose Mourinho, until now... doing a U-turn and taking him on shows just how desperate things are at Old Trafford

'A Manchester United manager wouldn't do that. He's a really good coach but that's as far as I would go really. He pontificates too much for my liking.' – Sir Bobby Charlton said on Jose Mourinho in 2012.
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VIDEO: Hunt statement on junior doctors' contracts

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt gives a statement in the Commons on contracts offered to junior doctors.
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Longest surviving heart transplant patient dies aged 73 from blood poisoning

John McCafferty lived for more than three decades with the new heart until he died, aged 73, at Milton Keynes Hospital on Tuesday. He was officially recognised by Guinness World Records in 2013.
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Student loan repayment avoiders targeted

Graduates in England and Wales who fail to repay their student loan in time could be prosecuted, ministers warn.
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Download box sets in the blink of an eye: Record-breaking superfast broadband is 50,000 TIMES faster than current speeds

Scientists from from University College London used fibre optic cables that sent information at the rate of 1.125 terabits per second - 50,000 times faster than standard 24 megabits per second.
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Champions League health check: How are 16 teams looking going into the knockout stages of Europe's elite club competition?

It’s been a long 10 weeks but Tuesday and Wednesday finally see the return of the Champions League as the knockout stages begin with just 16 teams left. Here is Sportsmail's guide.
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Google defends UK tax arrangements

Google's UK chief defends the search giant's tax arrangements in a hearing before MPs on the Commons Public Accounts Committee.
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Duncan Taylor replaces injured Matt Scott as Scotland make one change ahead of Six Nations clash with Wales

Scotland have made just one change to their starting XV for Saturday's clash with Wales as they prepare to bounce from their opening RBS 6 Nations defeat to England.
Health & Fitness

Routine operations target is missed

The target for routine operations in England, such as hip and knee ops, has been missed for the first time.
Health & Fitness

How DO some people stay slim without trying? It's all about chicken and no diets

Those who are 'effortlessly thin' say chicken is their favourite meat, fruit is their favourite breakfast and they eat salad for lunch, research carried out by the Food and Brand Lab at Cornell university found.
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Dr Steven Fabes who has CYCLED around the globe treating patients in 73 countries

Sharing a tent with black widow spiders and scorpions and being held at gun point in Peru, life on the road for travelling doctor Steve Fabes has been thrilling and eye-opening.
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Dan Biggar fit to start against Scotland as Wales name unchanged Six Nations team

Biggar, arguably Wales' stand-out performer during the World Cup earlier this season, limped off nursing a sprained ankle midway through the first half of last Sunday's 16-16 draw with Ireland in Dublin.
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Heart transplant record is 'remarkable'

The surgeon who operated on the world's longest-surviving heart transplant patient says surviving "in excess of 30 years" is "remarkable".
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Brewers Fayre order new mothers on maternity leave to the BACK of the restaurant

The women, all with seven-month-old babies, say they were left 'humiliated' when they were asked to sit near the toilets at Butterley Park Brewers Fayre restaurant, in Ripley, Derbyshire.
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VIDEO: Zoolander cast on NY catwalk

Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz and Will Ferrell take to the catwalk at the New York premiere of Zoolander 2.
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Paul McCartney releases Valentine's Day 'audio emoji' for Skype

The former-Beatle has penned 'audio emoji' that last just five seconds each for Luxembourg-based video chat service, Skype.
Science & Technology

The Lego robot that builds perfect paper planes every time: Video shows the machine folding and launching its aircraft

A machine made of specialist Lego bricks expertly folds a sheet of paper before launching the finished plane. The video was produced for Colorado-based Arrow Electronics.
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Jose Mourinho is the next best thing to Manchester City bound Pep Guardiola... Manchester United fans will welcome him

MANCHESTER UNITED FAN VIEW: There are negatives attached to the 'Special One' succeeding Van Gaal, but he is a thoroughbred winner and a fantastic football manager.
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Police officers will no longer automatically believe sex abuse claims from the off, says Met chief as he battles to defend his reputation over Lord Bramall probe

Amid a firestorm over investigations into public figures including the war hero Lord Bramall, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said there was a 'great danger' in allegations being believed from the outset.
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FILE- In this Feb. 2, 2015, file photo, country music star Jake Owen, left, talks with his playing partner Jordan Spieth, right, on the third tee of the Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course during the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tournament in Pebble Beach, Calif. Some see this tournament as a burden. The rounds can approach six hours because they are played in foursomes with amateurs. Spieth, who has played the last two times with Owen, says "This week, it's so unique and it's so much fun." (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

Jordan Spieth admits he lost match against country music star Jake Owen ahead of Pebble Beach Pro-Am 

Jordan Spieth may be the world No 1 with two major titles to his name, but that didn't stop him falling to defeat by a mere amateur in a recent money match. Jake Owen, however, is no average hacker.
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Albert Einstein's Gravitional Waves discovered to prove space time ripples

Researchers working on an experiment called Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (Ligo) have scheduled a conference at 10.30 EST (15.30GMT).
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Barcelona legend Hristo Stoichkov backs Neymar to be a 'smart guy' and not 'another Judas' amid Real Madrid interest

The 24-year-old Brazilian has been linked to several of the world's biggest clubs including arch rivals Real Madrid but Hristo Stoichkov does not expect him to follow in Luis Figo's footsteps.
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Wales' Biggar starts versus Scotland

Dan Biggar recovers from an ankle injury and will start in an unchanged Wales side against Scotland in Cardiff on Saturday.
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Johnston Press in talks to buy i paper

Johnston Press confirms it is in advanced talks to buy the cut-price national daily newspaper - the i - for about £24m.
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CCTV catches a courier pretends to deliver new iPhone 6 but steals it instead

Bradley Stocker, 39, of Ealing, West London, was surprised when he received an alert from courier company DPD that his new phone had been delivered - despite no one knocking at the door.
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Google Europe boss Matt Brittin doesn't know his OWN PAY as he faces angry MPs

Matt Brittin, pictured giving evidence to the Public Accounts Committee today, was asked five times how much he earned and finally admitted: 'I don't have a figure.'
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Danny Drinkwater's Leicester heroics earn midfielder late invite to England get together

Roy Hodgson has been so impressed by the recent performances of the 25-year-old midfielder that he wanted to include him in the gathering of about 40 players at St George’s Park.
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Primary school headteacher warns parents over children urinating in the playground

Kay Church, of Hannah More Infant School and Grove Junior School in Nailsea, Somerset, blasted the 'totally unacceptable' behaviour as she became the latest head to warn parents about standards.
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Mother lived frugally for a year and gave up toothpaste, shampoo and toilet paper saving herself over £11,000 

Zoe Morrison, 36, from Hove in East Sussex, swapped everyday commodities in a bid to save money. The mother-of-two saved so much she was even able to give up her job.
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Dimitri Payet 'very close' to signing new £125,000-a-week West Ham contract

Dimitri Payet has been a revelation since arriving last summer and the club are ready to reward the forward with improved terms amid interest from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua.
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Rio Tinto slumps to loss and axes progressive dividend policy as miner feels the pinch from collapsing commodity prices

In a reflection of the painful trading conditions, the firm joined rivals Glencore and Anglo American in halting its progressive dividend policy as it looks to shore up its battered balance sheet.
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VIDEO: Sabine Schmitz on Top Gear

German racing driver Sabine Schmitz has appeared on Top Gear before. In this clip she tried to drive a transit van around the Nurburgring in under ten minutes.
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One in nine British children have not visited the Great Outdoors in the last year

The government-funded survey also suggests that poorer families and ethnic minorities are less likely than white children from higher income families to visit so-called wild places.
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Six children killed in France bus crash

Officials in western France say six school pupils have been killed in a collision involving a bus in Rochefort.
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Channel 4 named best TV network

The network was named Channel of the Year at the Broadcast Awards, with six of its shows picking up prizes.
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BBC's Top Gear line-up sees Twitter notice 'a black guy, a woman and a foreigner'

After revealing Friends actor Matt LeBlanc would host the UK show, Eddie Jordan was today named As well the Evans, the new duo will join Sabine Schmitz, Rory Reid and Chris Harris
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Ticket fight will go on - fan groups

Liverpool's owners are told the fight to make football affordable will go on despite the club's reverse on ticket prices.
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Zalec in Slovenia to build beer fountain to rival Paris' Trevi Fountain

The town of Zalec, set in a valley known for its abundance of hops, said the beer fountain will be Europe's first, offering visitors three 30cl servings in a commemorative mug for £4.70.
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France make six changes for Ireland clash as Guy Noves looks for improvement from narrow Six Nations win over Italy

France head coach Guy Noves has made six changes to his XV for Saturday's Six Nations clash against Ireland in Paris. Two changes are enforced through injury and absence.
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Jeremy Kyle's model wife of 13 years Carla Germaine applies for quick divorce

Chat show host, pictured with his wife, separated from Carla Germaine in September and their divorce application has now been granted at London's Central Family Court.
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Markets are in turmoil - here's why

In a world of money printing central banks, negative interest rates and a global economic slowdown, investors are no longer quite sure where the ground is.
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South Pacific island cult worship the spirit of an American World War II soldier

Every February a cult gathers at the base of an active volcano South Pacific island of Tanna in Vanuatu, in a religious tribute to a dead American soldier who they believe will return with gifts.
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FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, file photo, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks on inflation dynamics and monetary policy at the University of Massachusetts, in Amherst, Mass. Yellen begins two days of congressional testimony on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016. Since the Fed raised rates from record lows in December, the economic landscape has become clouded by falling stock markets, global weakness and sharply lower energy prices. Against that backdrop, lawmakers will likely want to question Yellen about the probable pace of further rate hikes and the Fed's role in supporting the U.S. economy. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)

London stock market slumps towards four-year lows

The FTSE 100 was trading down a substantial 165 points, or nearly 3 per cent, at 5,507, a level it has not seen since June 2012.
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Victor Valdes enjoys evening out with wife ahead of Valentine's Day as he rebuilds his career after Manchester United nightmare

The Manchester United goalkeeper who joined Standard Liege on loan for the rest of the season during last month's transfer window was pictured cuddling up with his wife Yolanda Cardona.
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Tax on savings: How does it work?

The way we pay tax on savings income is about to change - and the good news is 95 per cent of savers won't have to pay any tax at all.
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VIDEO: WW2 lovebirds' emotional reunion

A couple who were separated following the Second World War have been reunited after more than 70 years apart.
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Jamie Vardy's stunner against Liverpool, Dele Alli's volley at Selhurst Park and Christian Benteke's bicycle kick make our top 20 Premier League goals of the season so far... but who is No 1?

JACK GAUGHAN: This season may have been full of surprise results, but the quality of goals in the Premier League remains unchanged. Here, Sportsmail takes a look at the 20 best strikes so far.
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David Millar to mentor young British cyclists on dangers of doping in the sport

British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton said the 39-year-old Millar has been working with the academy group, which has relocated to Italy, in a mentoring role on a voluntary basis.
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Nato steps into Aegean migrant crisis

Nato is sending ships to the Aegean Sea to deter people-smugglers taking migrants from Turkey to Greece, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says.
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British Gas and EDF are the last two energy giants to cut gas prices

British Gas announced today it will cut the price of its standard gas tariff by 5.1 per cent from the middle of March, which will see gas bills fall by an average of £31 for 6.8million customers.
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Manchester City make contact with Sergio Busquets after Spaniard admits he would like to work with Pep Guardiola again

Manchester City have made contact with Barcelona's Sergio Busquets after the Spanish midfielder said he would welcome a reunion with Pep Guardiola.
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Brendon McCullum reveals his pride as he prepares to play his 100th Test in a row and become only third Kiwi to reach century

Brendon McCullum, who is to retire from all international cricket after the second Test at Hagley Oval in Christchurch, has played all 100 of his Tests in succession since debut, which is a world record.
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Anxiety drags down European markets

London's top shares fall nearly 2.4%, while other European markets see even bigger falls, amid anxiety about the health of the global economy.
Health & Fitness

GPs 'ignore child cancer concerns'

Some 42% of parents of children diagnosed with cancer feel their concerns were ignored by GPs, research by cancer charity CLIC Sargent suggests.
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Teddy Sheringham: After Stevenage sacked me I went to watch next game in disguise... I wanted to see how the players reacted

Former England striker Teddy Sheringham's eight-month spell at the Stevenage helm was ended last Monday after only seven wins from his 33 games in charge.
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Junior doctors vow to 'consider all options' as they insist they 'cannot and will not' accept the decision by Jeremy Hunt to impose a new contract 

Mr Hunt said today: 'The door remained open for three years and we demonstrated time and again a willingness to negotiate.' The BMA said it would now 'consider all options'.
Science & Technology

How to win ANY argument using words and one simple trick to get your own way

The techniques were explained by researchers from Cornell University. They studied two years of comments made on the ChangeMyView website to see which techniques are most successful.
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Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima, Jourdan Dunn and Karolina Kurkova shine at amfAR Gala 

Karlie was in good company at the lavish charity event with fellow supermodels Adriana Lima, Jourdan Dunn and Karolina Kurkova joining her on the red carpet.
Business & Money

From bullion to bitcoins, the old and new safe havens

In these volatile markets and with gold and bonds far from offering adequate downside protection, is it time for investors to look to the safe havens of the future?
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Sergio Garcia to host Spanish Open at Valderrama as he joins fellow Ryder Cup stars in supporting European Tour 

Garcia, who has been in five victorious Ryder Cup teams, set up his foundation in 2002 and now becomes the latest big-name player to host an event on the European Tour.
Health & Fitness

Pfizer boss slams NHS watchdog for denying patients life-changing treatments

Erik Nordkamp, managing director of Pfizer UK, says England is also one of the worst countries in the world - if not the worst - for getting breakthrough drugs to those who need them.
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Frank Lampard admits wife Christine Bleakley found it 'difficult' to be a stepmother

After meeting Christine at the Pride Of Britain Awards in October 2009, Frank made the decision to wait until a year later to introduce his girlfriend to his children.
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Kourtney Kardashian flashes racy black bra in semi-sheer nude top ahead of NYFW

The 36-year-old showed off her daring style credentials as she stepped out in New York ahead of Fashion Week season on Wednesday.
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Google extends 'right to be forgotten'

Tech giant Google says it will hide content removed under the "right to be forgotten" from all versions of the search engine when viewed from countries where removal was approved.
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Antoine Griezmann going nowhere as striker insists he's happy at Atletico Madrid despite Chelsea interest

The 24-year-old has been consistently linked with a move to Stamford Bridge but he has admitted that the Spanish giants are not willing to do business with anyone.
Business & Money

The quiz that reveals what kind of pensioner you would be

After spending most of your life working it can be hard to decide how to spend your golden years. Take our quiz to help you come up with a plan of attack
Health & Fitness

Doctors' contract to be imposed - Hunt

Ministers are to impose a contract on junior doctors in England after a final offer was rejected by the British Medical Association.
Business & Money

The £1MILLION studio flat you'd have to earn £100K more than the Prime Minister to afford

Anyone looking to buy the property in London's trendy Shoreditch with a 10 per cent deposit of £109,000, will need to be earning a massive annual wage of £245,000.
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Walking Dead's Andrew Lincoln says Love Actually character Mark was a stalker

Over a decade since he starred as the cameraman who falls in love with his best friend's wife, Andrew Lincoln has confessed that his character Mark had some 'stalker' tendencies.
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Spy law 'needs significant changes'

The draft internet monitoring bill needs "significant work", a committee of MPs and peers says.
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Fire out at Tata Steel in Port Talbot

A blaze is put out at Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot, Mid and West Wales Fire Service says.
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British Gas and EDF cut gas prices

British Gas and EDF Energy announce they are cutting their gas prices, the last of the big six energy suppliers to do so.
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Daisy Lowe 'is not ready for marriage and children just yet' with Thomas Cohen

She's head over heels for rocker Thomas Cohen. But Daisy Lowe, 27, revealed she won't be getting married and starting a family anytime soon.
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Trinny Woodall enjoys lavish night out with boyfriend Charles Saatchi

The 52-year-old beauty headed to Scott's in London for a fancy night out with boyfriend Charles Saatchi, on Wednesday evening.
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Emily Ratajkowski shows cleavage in flesh toned gown at amfAR gala in New York

It was back to the day job on Wednesday, which in part involves attending events and looking glamorous for Emily Ratajkowski.
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Powers divided over Syria ceasefire

A US push for an immediate ceasefire in Syria runs into Russian opposition ahead of talks aimed at reviving stalled peace negotiations on the conflict.
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New Top Gear presenters revealed

Formula 1 commentator Eddie Jordan and German racing driver Sabine Schmitz are to join the new series of Top Gear.
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Making government a bit more digital

The UK government makes a small step towards making online communication with the public easier.
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FTSE LIVE: Footsie tumbles as climate of fear returns to haunt global markets after Fed bosss mixed comments

By mid morning, the FTSE 100 index had dropped 140.4 points, or 2.8 per cent at 5,530.9 after closing 40.11 points higher yesterday when it snapped a sharp three session losing streak.
Health & Fitness

Doing household chores burns over 2,000 calories a week

A study has discovered that doing the laundry once a week burns the same amount of calories as 100 sit-ups and cleaning the windows equates to 40 push-ups.
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Laurent Blanc signs a new two-year deal at PSG

Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc signs new two-year contract

Paris St Germain coach Laurent Blanc has signed a two-year extension to his contract. The 50-year-old has overseen back-to-back Ligue 1 titles at PSG, with the club on course to win again.
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Facebook â??colonialism' row stokes distrust

Comments by a Facebook board member could put Mark Zuckerberg's global plans on the back foot.
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When retailers boast a 'biggest ever sale' do they have to justify it?

I’ve noticed that every other retailer seems to be having its ‘biggest ever sale’ or ‘best ever sale’. Do they have to justify these grand claims at all or is it just hyperbole to lure us in?
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Could 'unity reshuffle' follow EU referendum?

As the prime minister enters this last week of negotiation before the crunch EU summit in Brussels next week, ministers' minds are turning to what happens in the aftermath, not just of the summit, but the referendum itself.
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MARTIN SAMUEL: After Louis van Gaal, Manchester United and Jose Mourinho would be a marriage of convenience... they both need to swallow a little pride and admit they need each other

THE DEBATE: Mourinho and Manchester United would be like any marriage. Whatever works, as the saying goes. United need to get back in the game. Jose Mourinho gets clubs back in the game.
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'How I turned my backpacking trip into a business spanning Europe and attracted a£50m cash injection all by the age of 32' - the start-up story of GoEuro.com

Naren Shaam started transport comparison site GoEuro.com after backpacking around Europe. Now's he's helping others work out the cheapest way to get around.
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MailOnline experiences what it's like to feel trapped in an elderly person's body

MailOnline has tested a complex suit of restraints, weights and goggles that replicate a number of age related mobility, hearing and sight problems experienced by the elderly.
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Has market turmoil wrecked your pension drawdown plan? Here's what to do

Taking an income from shrinking investments early on can do disproportionate and irrecoverable damage to your income drawdown plan. So what are your options?