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Stable hand is jailed for six years for plying 13-year-old girl with drink before sexually assaulting her at his £400,000 home

Racing stable worker Graham Rosier, 53, who sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl at his £400,000 home in Hatton, Warwickshire, after plying her with drink has been jailed for six years.
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Lionel Messi snack gets fans in the mood on pancake day as artist shows off incredible deserts on Shrove Tuesday

A video of the Barcelona star wearing an Argentina shirt being created by pancake artist Brady Phelps went viral on Tuesday, as fans shared the remarkable edible achievement.
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Bridegroom who punched two of his bridesmaids is jailed for a year 

John Paul Campbell floored bridesmaid Samantha Dewar with a single punch after hitting fellow bridesmaid Rachel Walsh in Macclesfield, Cheshire in September last year.
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Driver admits killing two sisters aged six and seven in crash

Michael Junior ploughed his grey Seat Leon into Lily and Shelly Wu, aged seven and six, and injured their mother Zhulan in the Harmsworth area of Birmingham on June 21 last year
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Made In Chelsea's Mark-Francis Vandelli becomes fourth celeb to leave The Jump

The 26-year-old was taken to hospital after injuring himself in a tumble during the Snow Cross challenge on Sunday's show and will not be returning to the competition.
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Man is 'knifed in the head' outside of McDonald's takeaway in Bromley

The victim, thought to be in his 30s, was attacked outside a McDonald's restaurant in Bromley, South London. He was tended to by horrified shoppers, who described seeing 'blood everywhere'.
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HARRY BROWN: Only 12 of us will be going to Rio but we're all sticking together

Team GB camps can be tricky because you don't really think about it as a selection process, it just feels like a normal camp. You don't arrive thinking: 'I need to be better than that person or that guy'.
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Tottenham are challenging for title with 'no bad eggs' in team, claims striker Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane believes the club are challenging for their first title for 55 years because there are 'no bad eggs' in one of the hardest-working squads in the Premier League.
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Make-up Coleen Rooney is pictured for the first time since giving birth to third son Kit

She gave birth to her third son, Kit, last month, but it's already back to business for Coleen Rooney. 
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Manchester City stars in high spirits as they gear up for title clash with Tottenham after Leicester setback

Manchester City were in buoyant mood on Tuesday ahead of their top of the table clash against Tottenham on Sunday. Sergio Aguero and Co lost 3-1 at home to leaders Leicester on Saturday.
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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is urging me to kick on, says Jesse Lingard

Jesse Lingard is determined to maintain his recent goalscoring displays for Manchester United - with manager Louis van Gaal willing him to do so too.
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Domino's Pizza delivery man in Exeter is sacked for sending creepy texts to graduate

The driver was dismissed by the company after Imogen Groome, 22, from Exeter, Devon, was inundated with messages from the man after he delivered takeaway to her home on Friday night.
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England U17 0-2 Holland U17: Young Lions end Algarve Tournament with defeat

England's Young Lions ended the Algarve Tournament on a disappointing note after slipping to a 2-0 defeat to Holland on Tuesday. It follows draw with Portugal and Germany
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PSG boss Laurent Blanc hints at surprise move for former Newcastle misfit Hatem Ben Arfa: 'He is an amazing player'

Hatem Ben Arfa, who was released by Newcastle last year, has been in sensational form this season, scoring 11 goals in 24 Ligue 1 appearances to help Nice to third place in the table.
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Mother whose toddler son was served whole grapes at play centre party claims staff 'told her it was against the law for them to chop them up'

Mother-of-two Katie Turner, 34, was at Head Over Heels in Chorlton, Manchester, when she saw the whole grapes being served up on her son's plate.
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Tennent's brewery 'giant sesh' letter goes viral - but is a fake

A letter refusing a man permission to to hold a boozy party in Tennent's Brewery in Glasgow has been shared around the world - before being exposed as a fake
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Tories could face police probe after being accused of breaking election laws in fight against Ukip

Hundreds of receipts allegedly show the party failed to declare thousands of pounds in hotel bills, which suggests the party broke the £100,000 spending limit for each by-election.
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Manchester United to freeze matchday tickets for 2016-17 season as supporters across the Premier League consider walkouts to protest prices 

Sportsmail understands that Old Trafford’s entire pricing structure is set to remain the same in 2016-17 and the cheapest seat for a child, regardless of where they sit, stays at £13.
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Angry commuter is hunted by police after he shoved fellow passenger, 60, down Putney station stairs

The man was pursued by a fellow passenger after they collided at the ticket barrier at Putney overground station in south west London.
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West Ham striker Nikica Jelavic closes in on £4m move to Beijing Renhe as Croatian joins rush to China

Nikica Jelavic is set to become the latest to swap the Premier League for football in China. The West Ham striker is on the verge of joining Chinese second division side Beijing Renhe in a £4m deal.
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Tennis hit by more corruption allegations after two officials are banned over bid to manipulate scoring and betting breach

Two tennis officials have been banned for corruption offences and four more are currently suspended, the International Tennis Federation has announced.
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Conor McGregor vs Jose Aldo rematch news: UFC president Dana White discusses Brazilian's next fight

Jose Aldo has previously said that he will only accept a title fight or a rematch with Conor McGregor, who knocked him out in 13 seconds in December, on his UFC return.
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City lawyer who says she was pestered to have affair with Huw Merriman is simply 'looking for cash'

Patronia Campbell, 48, claims she was subjected to two-and-a-half years of bullying by 42-year-old Huw Merriman, the MP for Bexhill and Battle in East Sussex, after they had a night of drunken sex.
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Wales star Dan Biggar could be fit to face Scotland in Six Nations clash after making 'excellent progress' on ankle injury

Dan Biggar was forced off in the first half of Sunday's RBS 6 Nations 16-16 draw with Ireland in Dublin with what coach Warren Gatland described as a 'high ankle sprain'.
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Dublin crime families' bloodshed turned the Irish capital into a war zone

Christy Kinahan, the 'untouchable' head of a Europe-wide narcotics cartel, is at war with Gerry Hutch, a millionaire armed robber given a saintly nickname for shunning the drugs trade.
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Northern Ireland fans raging over Euro 2016 ticket 'shambles'

There was joy for some but deep anger for many others as Northern Ireland football fans were told if they had secured prized tickets for the European Championship in France.
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Bentley, a Rolls-Royce and a Beauford among ten classic wedding cars destroyed

Family-run business Classic Wedding Cars Peterborough lost its entire fleet after the fire broke out in a large garage in Thorney, near Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.
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Eight ways billionaire clubs can help the fans and put a stop to rising ticket prices

With Premier League clubs about to collect £8billion in TV revenue from next season, it seems strange that ticket prices should be raised to a level where supporters are ready to rebel.
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George Osborne's psychiatrist brother Adam begged his mistress not to report him

Dr Adam Osborne, who was married at the time, embarked on a two-year affair with his patient, who he had been treating for depression, anxiety and chronic fatigue at a private practice in London.
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Proposed new snooping laws meant to make clear when the police and security services can access your data have been rushed and are full of holes, MPs blast 

The Intelligence and Security Committee said the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill had 'failed' in its task of drawing together all of the laws allowing access to communications data.
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European big guns pushing for Champions League changes to make UEFA competition 'more attractive'

Europe's leading clubs have played down the prospect of a breakaway from the Champions League but say changes to the competition may be needed to make it more attractive.
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Elaine Gordon who got £26,000 benefits despite working as a barmaid pulling pints

Elaine Gordon, 59, of Kings Norton, Birmingham, swindled the taxpayer out of £26,000 in state hand-outs by saying she had trouble dressing and washing herself and could barely hold a glass.
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Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho prepare for Liverpool return against West Ham

Sturridge has not featured since the start of December while Coutinho has missed the last month with a hamstring injury but both are part of Jurgen Klopp's squad making the trip to the capital.
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Muslim grandfather Mushin Ahmed 'beaten to death by Dale Jones near a mosque'

Dale Jones and Damien Hunt punched, kicked and stamped on Mushin Ahmed (pictured) as he made his way to prayers at the mosque in Rotherham, a court heard
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Toddler, 2, suffered a brain haemorrhage and diagnosed with cerebral palsy after her head was crushed by a heavy oak door during a meal out with her parents

Freya Epsom was with her parents at La Lounna restaurant in Colchester, Essex, when the door fell on top of her, knocking her to the floor and causing a brain haemorrhage.
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Eddie Jones to ring changes in search of faster pack as England head to Rome for Six Nations contest with Italy 

Eddie Jones has hinted he will make changes to his starting line-up when England take on Italy in Rome this Sunday. The England coach will name his 23-man squad on Tuesday night
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Andre Drummond makes incredible 71-foot buzzer beater during Detroit Pistons' NBA defeat by Toronto Raptors

Andre Drummond recently won his first NBA All-Star selection and the 22-year-old showcased some of his skills in a rather surprising manner ahead of this weekend's spectacle in Canada.
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Rachel Thom who left cardboard boxes next to an overflowing recycling bin fined £80

Rachel Thom had driven to the recycling centre in Croydon, South London, with her husband Stephen to get rid of the boxes, which she had already flattened, but was then issued with a fine.
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Charlton fuming after fan forges director’s signature of resignation from the board

Charlton Athletic were shocked to learn earlier this month that Companies House had ratified the termination of Katrien Meire’s role on the club’s board of directors.
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From Manchester United fans' Green and Gold campaign to 10,000 Liverpool supporters walking out of Anfield… we look back at the history of club protests

The Premier League ticket price stand-off could see fans protesting against their clubs - but it’s far from a new phenomena. Sportsmail looks back at some of the most memorable.
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Nicolas Colsaerts hits 'cheeky' 3-iron through hotel window at 3am

Nicolas Colsaerts is not known as 'The Dude' for nothing. The Belgian with a reputation for big hitting and even bigger partying pulled off what might well be the shot of the year - but it wasn't on the course.
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Teacher Lee Lewis 'seduced 16-year-old student and took her virginity'

Outdoor-pursuits leader Lee Lewis had a two-year sexual relationship with the girl when she was 16, a misconduct trial in Cardiff heard. The girl - now aged 18 - said: 'I found his power attractive.'
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Manchester United striker Will Keane's five-goal masterclass reminded us of his quality, but will he ever make it at Old Trafford?

JACK GAUGHAN: The match was free of charge but Will Keane’s sublime clip into a far corner of the Stretford End net could have graced any extortionate Premier League afternoon.
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Jamie Vardy refuses to entertain Premier League title talk

Jamie Vardy will not admit that Leicester are genuine title challengers - even if they beat rivals Arsenal this weekend. The Foxes are five points clear at the top after winning 3-1 at Manchester City.
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Mark Cavendish retains Tour of Qatar gold jersey despite Alexander Kristoff winning stage two in Doha

Dimension Data's Mark Cavendish, who won stage one on Monday, finished second at Qatar University as Alexander Kristoff prevailed in the test event for the World Championships.
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Helen Hall receives 'threatening email' from two-star Michelin restaurant Sat Bains

Helen Hall, 46, had booked a table for the ten-course taster menu at Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms in Nottingham as a special Christmas present for her and her husband Neil.
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Jeremy Corbyn to deny Labour's Jack Straw a chance to join the House of Lords

Mr Straw had reportedly been lined up for a seat in the House of Lords before he became embroiled in a row over his outside earnings in his final weeks as an MP.
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Ross Barkley is an example to England's new generation, claims Everton manager Roberto Martinez

Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes Ross Barkley is fulfilling his world class potential and claims defender John Stones is the 'best footballing centre half' he's seen in European football. 
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Google Street View catches Birmingham binmen dancing in suburban cul-de-sac

The two unidentified men have been immortalised on the internet after the car's cameras photographed them busting a move in a Birmingham cul-de-sac.
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Croydon Arriva bus driver tells disabled woman 'can’t you get the next one?'

Robert Greenwood, the partner of wheelchair-bound Karen McDonald, claimed that the 289 bus driver in Croydon, South, London, shouted and swore at them.