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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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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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Nato offers people-smuggling patrols

Nato ready to patrol Aegean Sea to deter people-smugglers taking migrants from Turkey to Greece, US says
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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 become only third New Zealand player to play in 100 Test matches

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 3%, while other European markets see even bigger falls, amid anxiety about the health of the global economy.
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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 WILL have a new contract imposed: Jeremy Hunt set to announce plans today after union rejects final offer 

Jeremy Hunt will deliver a statement to the Commons on the junior doctors' contract after the Government failed to reach a deal with the British Medical Association (BMA).
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.
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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.
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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 set to be imposed

Ministers are expected to impose a contract on junior doctors in England after the British Medical Association rejected a final "take-it-or-leave-it" offer.
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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?
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'Iron Boy' granted superhero wish

A young Australian boy with cystic fibrosis was given the chance to save Sydney from a super villain on Thursday.
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Rio Tinto reports slump in profits

Rio Tinto reports a slump in net profits and drops its progressive dividend policy, hit by the fall in commodity prices.
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Manchester United defender Luke Shaw and Liverpool striker Danny Ings expected to miss England meeting ahead of Euro 2016

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal gave Luke Shaw hope that he could play again this season, but the left back is not expected to attend the gathering of around 40 England players.
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Buy-to-let investors swerving April's stamp duty hike push up property prices

A slight rise in the number of properties coming on the market across the UK, particularly in London, 'has done little to alleviate the demand supply imbalance', RICS adds.
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Hong Kong shares sink nearly 4%

Hong Kong shares join the regional downward trend, falling nearly 4%, as trading resumes after the Lunar New Year break.
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Kobe Bryant's Cleveland farewell muted by injury to Cavaliers forward Kevin Love

Kobe Bryant's final game in Cleveland was reduced to a sideshow when Cavaliers forward Kevin Love re-injured his surgically repaired left shoulder in the first half of a win over the LA Lakers.
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Dallas Buyers Club drops piracy case

The Hollywood studio behind the US film Dallas Buyers Club is no longer pursuing its piracy case against Australians accused of illegally downloading the movie.
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England boss Eddie Jones tells Mako Vunipola to 'play like a Tongan'  

The New Zealand-born England international impressed when replacing Joe Marler at prop on Saturday, alongside brother Billy storming to the man-of-the-match award at Murrayfield.
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Police 'should be neutral' in sex cases

Police should change their approach to sex abuse allegations and pursue claims with an "open mind" rather than presuming they are true.
Business & Money

Why bother saving into a pension? Here's the advice I gave to my own sister

How do you get people to start saving into their pension early? This is a question that vexes policymakers - and me this week when my sister asked about her new job's pension.
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Oregon occupiers 'ready to surrender'

The armed occupiers of a US wildlife reserve in the state of Oregon are preparing to surrender, a member of the group says on a live internet feed.
Health & Fitness

Women with an overactive thyroid are 'at greater risk of breast cancer'

Danish scientists women suffering hyperthyroidism, where they produce high levels of the hormone thyroxine, have an 11 per cent greater chance of breast cancer, than the rest of the population.
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False Positives exhibition's surveillance photos show crime before it happens

A new series of images by Dutch photographer Esther Hovers attempts to assess the effectiveness of intelligent video cameras, which have been installed in Boston, Chicago, and Washington D.C.
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Can Princess Anne save the hovercraft named after her?

Last month, ownership of the Princess Anne and her sister hovercraft - based at Lee-on-Solent - was past to the Homes and Communities Agency. They now want to get rid of it.
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Manchester City transfer would be difficult to turn down, admits Granit Xhaka

Switzerland's Granit Xhaka revealed he would be open to a move away from Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach but wouldn’t follow a recent trend of big-money transfers to China.
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Slowing global economy and turmoil on financial markets could see rates remain flat

The slowdown in the global economy and turmoil on financial markets means the Bank of England may not raise rates until 2020, according to a report.
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Margaret Thatcher's would have backed UK to leave Europe, letter proves

Tory MP Sir Bill Cash, who she gave the note to, said it was 'inconceivable' that Margaret Thatcher (right) would have backed David Cameron's (right) renegotiation and voted to stay in
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Lauren, Connor and Mirran Duffy become first triplets to serve in the Army together

Born just a minute apart, Lauren, Connor and Mirran Duffy (pictured) have spent their entire lives together, through school and even the Farnborough Military Preparation College.
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BBC’s How to Die: Simon's Choice shows the moment a father took his life

In controversial scenes aired by the BBC last night, businessman Simon Binner played a poignant last message to his wife Debbie from his Swiss deathbed before turning on the drip that killed him.
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Labour's troubles with the bomb

How Clement Attlee's decision in the 1940s to arm Britain with nuclear weapons looms over the party's debate on renewing Trident.
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Persecution of NHS whistleblowers is another 'triumph' for Lord Leveson 

Sir Robert Francis' long-awaited report about the abominable treatment of whistleblowers in the NHS, a year ago today, did not herald a new dawn in which medical staff could report failings.
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Why does treatment for pets cost so much?

Why does treatment for pets cost so much?
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Killers could avoid whole life terms by pleading guilty, Sentencing Council suggests

The proposal by the Sentencing Council for England and Wales allows the possibility of eventual freedom to even the most evil murderers if they admit their guilt at the earliest opportunity.
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Jose Mourinho casting shadow of fear over Manchester United as players and staff worry about negative impact of his arrival 

EXCLUSIVE - CHRIS WHEELER: Manchester United's players and staff are worried about the negative impact Jose Mourinho would have on the club if he succeeds Louis van Gaal.
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Train crew shortages causing delays

Train crew shortages have caused almost one in 10 rail delays over the past few years, the BBC learns.
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We'll no longer know if MPs are arrested under new controversial rules

Politicians used human rights laws to argue that a member who is arrested should have anonymity until they are charged. Under current rules, the House of Commons must be notified.
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Former Auschwitz guard faces trial

A 94-year former Nazi SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp in Poland is to go on trial in Germany over the murder of at least 170,000 people.
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Baby Charlie Jermyn died from sepsis after TWO midwives missed 'red warning signs'

Charlie Jermyn died in May last year, just 30 hours after being born in the toilet at his home in Penryn, Cornwall. His pregnant mother Hayley had been sent away from hospital.
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Noel Edmonds says he's being stalked online after 'threatening' emails

Noel Edmonds revealed his ordeal for the first time in a series of tweets to One Show presenter Alex Jones, who saw an obsessed fan handed a restraining order this week.
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David Attenborough leads tributes to the Daily Mail's Michael Hanlon after his death

Sir David said Michael Hanlon (pictured), whose dream was to create the world's most spectacular prehistoric attraction in Britain 'was a great visionary with a wonderful idea'
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NHS whistleblowers struggling to find work after exposing failures

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt (pictured) is accused of failing to act on a landmark report into whistleblowing as hospital staff say they are made to feel as if they are living behind an iron curtain
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Amy Childs and Stephanie Davis' ex-boyfriend Sam Reece deny they were seen kissing

Following reports of their steamy clinch in a nightclub, a representative for both the 23-year-old model and the former TOWIE star, 25, denied the news - explaining the pair 'are just friends'.
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David Cameron's goodie goodies sat in a row in Parliament, QUENTIN LETTS writes

Leaving the Chamber after PMQs, David Cameron exchanged merry words with three of his young Cabinet adherents, writes QUENTIN LETTS.
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David Bowie's son Duncan Jones announces he's to become a father

The 44-year-old made the announcement on Twitter on Wednesday, making reference to the anniversary of the music legend's passing in the post.
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Colonialism inspired ISIS extremists, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says

Justin Welby said we must face up to our 'responsibilities' in the Middle East, pointing to the British Empire and American culture as causing 'humiliation' among Muslims.
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Labour MP sorry for Tunbridge map slip

Labour's local government spokesman acknowledges he "made a slip" when he suggested Tunbridge Wells was in Surrey rather than Kent.
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Can this replace black pepper?

Foodies are turning to this new type of pepper
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Liv Tyler shares details of David Gardner's surprise proposal

Liv, 38, has broken her silence on her partner's surprise proposal and the birth of her second son - Sailor - in a new interview with Evening Standard magazine.
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BBC boss Lord Tony Hall is accountable to no one, MPs warn

In a damning verdict, Westminster's culture, media and sport select committee accused BBC boss Lord Tony Hall of burying his head in the sand over 'completely unacceptable' problems.
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Jared Payne is under pressure to step up his game... the jury is still out on Ulster ace as long-term successor to Brian O'Driscoll 

Jared Payne knew he was always on a hiding to nothing replacing the legendary Brian O’Driscoll. ‘The comparisons are always going to be there,' he admitted.
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Aleppo fighting 'displaces 50,000'

Fighting in Syria's Aleppo province has displaced about 50,000 people and the humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly, the Red Cross says.
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Radio 4's smartphone debut

Making Radio 4's smartphone show debut
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IEA report calls for Network Rail to be privatised to minimise delays and improve services 

Supporting the rail industry cost the taxpayer almost £5billion in 2014/15, according to the Right-leaning Institute of Economic Affairs, which called for Network Rail to be privatised.
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HomeSense is the cut-price store taking on John Lewis

Discerning customers are making regular pilgrimages to the biggest secret in interiors, HomeSense, a chain that offers similar items to John Lewis but at up to 60 per cent cheaper.
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Why men always buy the cheaper chocolates for Valentine's day

If you get cheap chocolates this Valentine's day, don't despair - it could mean your partner really does feel close to you.
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How Putin is succeeding in Syria

Russia is succeeding in Syria where the West has failed, by setting an achievable goal and committing enough force to reach it, as Jonathan Marcus reports.
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How IS's Libya foothold threatens UK

The Met Police is increasingly concerned that so-called Islamic Stateâ??s foothold in Libya could become a springboard for terrorist attacks on the UK, as Frank Gardner reports.
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Ellie Goulding flashes her cleavage at Sanremo Italian Song Festival

She is hardly the shy and retiring type. So fans of Ellie Gouldig were surely not surprised when she put on another daring display at a live show in Sanremo on Wednesday night.
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Ties warm between Pope and patriarch

Issues of mutual concern are propelling the leaders of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox Churches towards dialogue, as Caroline Wyatt reports.
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BBC's Tony Hall 'accountable to no-one'

The BBC's director general Tony Hall is "effectively accountable to no-one", says a new report by a group of MPs.
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Inside the Padmini taxis of Mumbai

Inside the Padmini taxis of Mumbai
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Where did it all go wrong for Islam Feruz? Former Scottish wonderkid vanishes again from his latest club

BRIAN MARJORIBANKS: The impression of Islam Feruz as a little boy lost grows by the week, after gradually disappearing from sight these past few months during a dismal loan spell at Hibs.
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TOWIE's Jessica Wright looking untypically ladylike in chic marble-print dress

Jessica, 30, was undeniably a vision of style as she confidently worked her statement look on arrival to The Haymarket Hotel for a KISS Beauty showcase in London on Wednesday,
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Universities to target poor white boys

More students from white working class backgrounds are to be targeted in a university recruitment drive
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Iranians speak out over sexual harassment scandal

Iran debates sexual harassment after newsreader puts recording online
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Secondary schools face teaching crisis: Classrooms can't keep up with the immigrant baby boom

A report by the Government's spending watchdog found that while the number of teachers in Britain has increased over the past ten years, pupil numbers are growing at a higher rate.
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AUDIO: Has Sesame Street been gentrified?

Sesame Street's Elmo explains why his neighbourhood seems to have gone upmarket.
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China's curious cult of the mango

The Cultural Revolution and the cult of the mango