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George Ford and Owen Farrell starting to click for England... and will only get better 

DANNY CIPRIANI: It’s always comforting for a fly-half to have a No 12 who can help call the shots and the combination of George Ford and Owen Farrell certainly showed potential for England.
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Zac Goldsmith criticised by Labour for association with Helena Norberg-Hodge

The London mayoral candidate was criticised by Labour for his association with academic Helena Norberg-Hodge, who believes the global race for economic growth leads to extremism.
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Zoe Ball reveals what husband Fatboy Slim wants as his epitaph

Zoe Ball, 45, has revealed the fitting epitaph her DJ husband Norman Cook, 52, wants when he passes away.
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North Korea launch rocket over Okinawa as Japan vows to ‘take action’

The Pentagon confirmed the launch, which saw the rocket fly over Okinawa, where Patriot missiles had been stationed ahead of the launch with orders to shoot it down.
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David Cameron vows to cut soaring number of prisoners overwhelming UK jails

David Cameron will tomorrow announce a major Government drive to cut the number of offenders who return to jail shortly after release.
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As Google tax row rages, Osborne jets to the Super Bowl – sponsored by, er, Google

With the row still raging over Google’s ‘sweetheart’ tax deal, George Osborne has jetted across the Atlantic to the US to watch today’s NFL Super Bowl – which is part-sponsored by the technology giant.
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Frank Bruno admits he won't be fighting for world titles again: 'Now I am in a whole different kind of fight... against my bipolar'

Frank Bruno has moved to reassure concerned fans about his potential return to the ring in an emotional open letter. He said he will not put himself in a position where he would get hurt.
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Internet paedophiles being let off with just a warning

Suspected internet paedophiles in Sussex are simply being visited at home and told not to do it again by police, who have door knocked 24 suspects since November thanks to new surveillance powers.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton 'WILL visit the Taj Mahal' when visiting India

It's been said an 'advance team' from the British High Commission had held talks with officials in Agra on Thursday to sort out security arrangements for the royals.
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Stuart Andrews under police guard after suspected murder of wife Caroline

Oxford classics graduate Stuart Andrews, 54, was arrested in London after his wife Caroline, 52, was found dead by police on Thursday at the rented £500,000 bungalow in Benenden, Kent.
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Stranger 'rapes' linked to dating websites have soared 450% in Britain in 5 years

National Crime Agency figures show that 184 people in Britain reported being raped by someone they had met on a dating app or website in 2014 - up from 33 in 2009.
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Helen Mirren makes acceptance speech on her knees at Goldene Kamera Awards 2016

Placing her award down on the floor, the 70-year-old let her gown scrape across the floor as she gave a comic delivery at Saturday night's Die Goldene Kamera awards in Hamburg.
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The Voice 2016's Boy George is pleasantly surprised to hear Culture Club cover

He's not easily impressed -  but Boy George did a u-turn after being a harsh critic of people who covered his iconic songs  and picked a contestant who covered one of his most famous tracks
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Priti Patel who will fight against David Cameron in bid for Britain to leave the EU

Employment Minister Priti Patel, 43, the daughter of Indian Gujaratis who fled Uganda in the 1970s, is expected to become the Out' campaign's poster girl after demanding a meeting with David Cameron
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CM Punk to face Mickey Gall in first UFC fight after debutant beats Mike Jackson 

Mickey Gall needed just 45 seconds to beat Mike Jackson and set up a fight with CM Punk. The 24-year-old was promised the chance to be the former WWE star's first opponent in the promotion.
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Gisele Bundchen's son Benjamin photographs his model mom

The 35-year-old was starring in a photo shoot taken by photographer Nino Muñoz when her son stepped in at one point to take over camera-snapping duties.
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Whips want to gag us, but I will NOT be silenced, says former Tory party whip MICHAEL FABRICANT

My fear is that the tactics used by Downing Street to try to force Conservative MPs to support David Cameron (pictured) may backfire, writes former Tory whip MICHAEL FABRICANT
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It's the great Tory EU panic as David Cameron is roasted by his own team

Fears that David Cameron (pictured) could suffer a defeat in the referendum grew as it emerged the Prime Minister was involved in an angry showdown with Cabinet rebel Iain Duncan Smith
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Cara Delevingne posed for Jonathan Yeo's latest oil paintings

Cara Delevingne posed six times over 15 months to create 12 oil paintings, pictured, by Jonathan Yeo, one of the UK’s best regarded portraitists. Nine of them will go on display in Denmark next month.
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Aiden Aslin arrested after battling ISIS in Iraq after landing in Heathrow

A British man who spent ten months in Iraq fighting Islamic State was arrested on his return home.
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Penelope Cruz joins husband Javier Bardem for Goya Cinema Awards 2016

Husband and wife duo Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem stepped out for the Goya Cinema Awards in Madrid, Spain on Saturday night matching in black ensembles.
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BBC's War And Peace sees leading actors upstaged by rescue dog Samba

The human cast of BBC1's War And Peace are often upstaged by their four-legged co-stars. In the finale, it's a two-year-old dog called Samba who steals the show.
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Johnny Depp admits 'torturing' Leonardo DiCaprio on What's Eating Gilbert Grape set

Speaking at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, the 52-year-old actor said that he 'respects Leo a lot,' though it might not always have come across that way on set at the time.
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The UK ghost ships with enough nuclear fuel for 80 missiles 

Two top secret British ‘ghost ships’ carrying enough plutonium for a huge nuclear arsenal wend their way through the world’s oceans –guarded against terrorists by 50 commandos.
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David Cameron brands it 'terrible' that children are in prison with their criminal mothers 

The Prime Minister said it was 'absolutely terrible' to think of infants being kept within the walls of British prisons, adding that the Government will look at alternatives to custody for women with babies.
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Tareena Shakil jailed for running away to join ISIS in Syria

Mandy Shakil, mother of Tareena, who this week was sentenced to six years in prison for leaving the UK to ISIS in the terror group's stronghold in Raqqa, speaks exclusively to the Mail on Sunday.
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Children's heart surgeon Nihal Weerasena is being paid £400k not to operate 

Nihal Weerasena, who triggered a string of medical negligence cases in Leeds, is still being paid a six-figure salary – despite not having set foot inside an operating theatre for almost three years,
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Romanian pickpockets targeting fans' mobiles at The Libertines and Kasabian gigs 

Thanks to EU free movement rules, Romanian pickpocket gangs are going 'on tour' with some of the biggest names in music, including the Libertines (pictured), to steal phones from fans.
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Top Gear's Matt LeBlanc says he was heading for a 'nervous breakdown' after Friends

Matt LeBlanc admits that he wasn't always looking to return to the spotlight, telling The Mirror newspaper that he asked his agent to 'lose his number' for a few years after Friends.
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Lone Southend United fan filmed appearing to attack Colchester United supporters after running on to pitch in chaotic Essex derby

Police will investigate shocking footage from Saturday’s Essex derby which appears to show a Southend United fan sprinting across the pitch to attack a stand of Colchester supporters.
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Conor McGregor blasts 'p****' Fabricio Werdum in explosive acceptance speech as UFC stars turn out for World MMA Awards

The UFC featherweight champion was named Fighter of the Year at the awards ceremony in Las Vegas on Friday night, and chose his acceptance speech to launch an attack on yet another Brazilian.
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Mother aged 34 and daughter aged 19 give birth to baby girls just 3 hours apart

Sophie Jenkins (right) welcomed Arya Kay Patricia at 8.56pm on Thursday, followed shortly by her mother Kay Henry's baby Tiana Rose at 12.11am yesterday at the same hospital in Cardiff.
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Real Madrid gear up for crucial La Liga clash with Granada as boss Zinedine Zidane says game is must-win in title race

Real Madrid players were put through their paces in training ahead of the crucial La Liga match against Granada which manager Zinedine Zidane has identified as 'must win' in the race for the title.
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5 are arrested over death of Roger Gower whose helicopter was shot down in Tanzania 

Mr Gower was helping authorities in Tanzania track the criminals when they fired on his aircraft on January 29. He brought his helicopter down in the Maswa Game Reserve but died from his wounds.
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Critics say universities are handing out dumbed-down qualifications

Thousands of students are being awarded degrees without ever sitting a traditional exam. British Universities are replacing finals with ‘grade inflating’ coursework, new figures show.
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Chinese New Year 2016 celebrations get going around the world with fireworks and dragons

Celebrations are kicking off around the world to mark the new Chinese year  - the Year of the Monkey.
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Home care staff's poor attitude and short visits lead to falling levels of satisfaction

Short visits and the ‘diabolical’ attitude of many staff looking after our vulnerable elderly is leading to plummeting levels of satisfaction with home care providers, figures suggest.
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Huge rise in domestic violence claims after legal aid clampdown

MPs and campaigners believe cuts to legal aid made in the UK in 2013 have encouraged separating couples to make false or exaggerated claims of violence in order to avoid divorce costs.
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Children's brain doctor Colin Ferrie exposed for taking drugs can work again

A children’s brain doctor caught on camera taking a cocktail of drugs just before going on duty has had his licence to practise restored by the General Medical Council.
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Video shows IRA* bomb* explosion in Manchester in 1996*

Windows shattered and shards of debris flew through the air as the blast tore through office buildings and shops within a half-mile radius in Manchester city centre on June 15, 1996.
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Jose Mourinho promises to return soon as sacked Chelsea boss admits he feels incomplete without football in his life

The 53-year-old is reported to be close to sealing a move to take over Manchester United from Louis van Gaal in the summer but said he will be keeping his family in London.
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Leicester 3-10 Sale: Josh Beaumont scores winning try as Sharks end Tigers' home run

Josh Beaumont's try and and Danny Cipriani's conversion for the visiting Sharks, broke the deadlock of a dour match which had been level at 3-3 since the 32nd minute at Welford Road.
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Relatives pray for the 150 people missing after Taiwan earthquake

Rescue teams working in the southern city of Tainan have said they face a 'race against time' to find those who remain trapped underneath the collapsed buildings following the 6.4 magnitude quake.
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Ofsted strips Cherubs nursery of Outstanding rating over a photo sent to a parent

Education watchdog Ofsted has stripped Cherubs nursery in Linton, Kent, of its outstanding rating after the owner took a snap of a child on their first day at nursery.
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Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis set to be offered second chance to return home to Argentina by River Plate 

River Plate are ready to revive their interest in Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis. The 35-year-old Argentine admitted he almost returned to his homeland last summer.
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Why can't I call the monster who killed my unborn child a MURDERER?

A young graduate with a new job as a trainee manager at Marks & Spencer, Malorie had much to look forward to on June 15 last year as she approached her mother’s home in South London.
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Bigen hair dye that can harm a woman's fertility and unborn babies is banned

Tesco removed Bigen hair dye (pictured) from its UK stores after a banned chemical called sodium perborate, which is 'toxic if inhaled' was discovered in it and two other hair care products
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Terry Wogan chat show's hilarious behind-the-scenes antics

For a decade from 1982, millions switched on to BBC1 three times a week to watch Wogan, the eponymous chat show that was essential viewing for the nation.
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How Pep Guardiola eclipsed Jose Mourinho - get ready for another round of the most bitter rivalry in football

ROB DRAPER - SPECIAL REPORT: Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are the Cain and Abel of the football world, spiritual brothers apparently forever locked in bitter conflict.
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Manchester United must act fast to silence noisy neighbours... Pep Guardiola's arrival at Manchester City could force their hand  

GLENN HODDLE: It is only just over four years ago that Sir Alex Ferguson referred to Manchester City as the noisy neighbours and reminded them who was the real power in town.