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Tottenham Hotspur are no longer the team going under the radar for the Premier League title... they have belief in their eyes 

MARTIN KEOWN: I've been saying for a while now that Tottenham Hotspur are the one team going under the radar. Not any more. That was some result at Manchester City and it's no longer a secret.
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Two charged with warehouse gun murder

Two men are charged with the murder of a company director during a raid at his Birmingham warehouse.
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Israel kills five Palestinian 'attackers'

Five Palestinians including three teenagers have been shot dead after trying to attack Israeli security forces, Israeli officials say.
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HSBC to keep headquarters in London

UK banking giant HSBC decides to keep its headquarters in London, following a review into whether to move elsewhere.
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ASCOT, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 19:  Barry Geraghty riding L'Ami Serge clear the last to win The Sky Bet Supreme Trial  Novices' Hurdle Race at Ascot racecourse on December 19, 2014 in Ascot, England. (Photo by Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images)

Nicky Henderson still has faith in L'Ami Serge despite Warwick setback

Trainer Nicky Henderson insists Cheltenham’s Arkle Novices’ Chase is still on the agenda for L'Ami Serge despite Saturday’s defeat at Warwick.
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Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton unhurt after falling from her horse

Victoria Pendleton walked away unscathed after being unseated from Working Title in the novice riders' event over three miles at Barbury Castle point-to-point on Sunday.
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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 Monday, February 15

Sportsmail racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Monday's racing at Wolverhampton, Plumpton and Catterick.
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Barcelona 6-1 Celta Vigo

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez combine to score an outrageous penalty as La Liga leaders Barcelona thrash Celta Vigo.
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Xavier Rolet, New chief executive of the London Stock Exchange poses for the media during a photocall outside the London Stock Exchange, in London on February 13, 2009. 
The London Stock Exchange decided to swap a Dutchwoman for a Frenchman as its chief executive on Friday, appointing Xavier Rolet, a former senior executive at collapsed US bank Lehman Brothers. The LSE was fulsome in praise of outgoing chief executive Clara Furse who will leave in May, but press comment said that the stock exchange had lost ground during the eight years of her leadership. AFP PHOTO/Carl de Souza (Photo credit should read CARL DE SOUZA/AFP/Getty Images)

We must give a helping hand to small firms to build a resilient economy, says London Stock Exchange ceo XAVIER ROLET

We should play to our strengths – our small-and-medium-sized businesses, the SMEs. As Nassim Taleeb coined it in ‘The Black Swan’, an SME economy is an ‘anti-fragile’ economy.
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BAFTAs 2016 sees The Revenant lead the winners with five major accolades

The drama took home five of the major awards including Best Film, best Director for Alejandro G. Iñárritu and Leading Actor for Leonardo DiCaprio at the star-studded ceremony.
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Steelworkers from across the country protested outside parliament calling for the government to do something over the 'dumping' of Chinese steel in Europe and to save Britain's steel industry. 



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British steelworkers heading to Brussels for protest over cheap Chinese imports 

They will be joined by 5,000 steelworkers from 15 European countries demanding urgent action to stop the flood of cheap imports into the European Union from China and other countries.
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Trucks travel along roads at the Los Bronces copper mine, about 60 km (40 miles) northeast of Santiago and 3500 meters above sea level, March 20, 2009. Chilean stater copper giant Codelco and global miner Anglo American Plc are seeking synergies between their Los Bronces and Andina copper mines, rich back-to-back deposits along the Andes mountain range in central Chile, Chile Mine Minister Santiago Gonzalez said on Friday. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE BUSINESS) - RTXD0X5

Anglo American to announce slump in profits tomorrow in wake of commodity price rout

The South African-based mining giant is expected to reveal it made a £1.38billion profit last year, a 59 per cent drop from 2014.
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The exterior of HSBC's headquarters is pictured in east London on June 9, 2015. 

Scandal-hit bank HSBC said today it would cut its global headcount by up to 50,000 as part of a restructuring that entails its withdrawal from Brazil and Turkey, while it also mulls abandoning London as its HQ.   

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HSBC is 'holding British taxpayers to ransom' by threatening to leave the UK, claims MP

Hong Kong had been seen as its most likely alternative destination, as HSBC was based in the former British colony until it bought Midland Bank in 1992.
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BP's Huge oil refinery complex continues it's 24 hour production of petroleum and gas at Grangemouth in central Scotland.  Continuing instability in the Middle East is propping the price of crude oil at close to $50 a barrel, impacting in turn on global economies.

World is NOT on the brink of another financial crisis and markets 'are wrong on global economy', says UK think tank

In a new report, the Centre for Economics and Business Research insisted 'there are still strong fundamental reasons to be positive about the global economy'.
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Mountain Warehouse targets America with plans to open more stores across the world ahead of stock market float

At the end of last year, Britain’s biggest outdoor gear specialist had around 225 stores in total. It has been quietly expanding in America, where it currently has 23 outlets.
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Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini blames referee Mark Clattenburg for 'decisive' role in Tottenham defeat

Manuel Pellegrini felt referee Mark Clattenburg, who was also in charge of Manchester City's 4-1 defeat in the reverse fixture, played a role in the result after awarding a controversial penalty.
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Lee Clark set to be named Kilmarnock boss as he agrees three-year deal at Rugby Park

Kilmarnock will unveil Lee Clark as their new manager on Monday.  The former Huddersfield and Birmingham City has been a front-runner for the role since being interviewed last week.
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Leonardo DiCaprio treats Dame Maggie Smith to HUGE kiss during BAFTAs

The 41-year-old Titanic actor put on an extremely amorous display with the beloved Harry Potter star, 81, as the camera turned on them for the playful 'Kiss Cam' section of the show
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BARCELONA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 14:  (L-R) Luis Suarez of FC Barcelona celebrates with his team mate Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona after scoring his team's fourth goal from the penalty spot during the La Liga match between FC Barcelona and Celta Vigo at Camp Nou on February 14, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. Messi took the penalty, tapping the ball softly forward for Suarez to run up and score. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

Barcelona 6-1 Celta Vigo: Luis Suarez hat-trick and Lionel Messi free-kick special help send Luis Enrique's men three points clear at the top of La Liga as they run riot at the Nou Camp

PETE JENSON AT THE NOU CAMP: Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez lit up the Camp Nou on Sunday night with a performance that will have had Johan Cruyff smiling the broadest of smiles.
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Indian cricket team pose with paytm T20 champions Trophy  during the third T20 international match between India and Sri Lanka at the Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam  on February 14, 2016. 
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India fire World T20 warning by securing series victory over reigning champions Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka were given a wake-up call ahead of their World T20 title defence as they were ripped out for 82 and crashed to a nine-wicket defeat in the series decider against India.
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Wasps sting leaders Saracens to move up to fourth in the Premiership with eight tries as Nathan Hughes shines at Allianz Park

Nathan Hughes gave Eddie Jones food for the thought as Wasps climbed into the top four of the Premiership in style as an eight-try blitz stunned league leaders Saracens in a 64-23 triumph.
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VIDEO: Bafta red carpet highlights

Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio and Steven Spielberg joined a host of other Hollywood stars for the 2016 Baftas.
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Victoria Beckham changes into stripe midi-dress after New York Fashion Week show

The talented designer was seen arriving at Balthazar Restaurant with husband David and their four children Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 10 and four-year-old Harper after the show.
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VIDEO: NHS mental health funding 'falls'

A BBC investigation finds the total income of mental health trusts in England fell in the financial year to April 2015.
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If Tottenham win the Premier League, it will be the greatest managerial performance in its history, says Jamie Carragher 

Jamie Carragher believes Mauricio Pochettino would complete 'the best managerial performance in Premier League history' if Tottenham go on to win the title after beating Manchester City.
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BAFTAs sees Game Of Thrones' Emilia Clarke n a plunging scarlet gown

The 29-year-old Londoner looked sensational in a bright red plunging gown while Gwendoline, 37, went for a floor-sweeping purple gown for the event at the historic Royal Opera House in Covent Garden
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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14:  Idris Elba attends the EE British Academy Film Awards at The Royal Opera House on February 14, 2016 in London, England.  (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

BAFTA nominee Idris Elba flies solo as he prepares to battle for award

He has reportedly ended his relationship with Naiyana Garth, the mother of his 22-month-old son but Idris Elba put his personal woes to one side as he attended the EE BAFTAs 2016 on Sunday.
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The Revenant leads the 2016 BAFTA wins

The drama took home five of the major awards including Best Film, best Director for Alejandro G. Iñárritu and Leading Actor for Leonardo DiCaprio at the star-studded ceremony.
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Kate Winslet wins Best Supporting Actress at the BAFTAs

Kate Winslet looked absolutely thrilled as she picked up the gong for Best Supporting Actress at the EE BAFTA Film Awards 2016 on Sunday.
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CARDIFF, WALES - FEBRUARY 13:  Luke Charteris of Wales is tackled by WP Nel and Jonny Gray of Scotland during the RBS Six Nations match between Wales and Scotland at the Principality Stadium on February 13, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales.  (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Wales lock Luke Charteris fires warning ahead of Six Nations clash with France

The Cardiff clash on February 26 could prove a pivotal contest in this season's Six Nations tournament, with both teams unbeaten after two games.
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BAFTAs red carpet sees Isla Fisher hand-in-hand with Sacha Baron Cohen

The couple - who have been married for almost six years - made a entrance to remember as they posed up a storm on the red carpet.
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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 13:  Jonas Olsson of West Bromwich Albion celebrates assisting his team's first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and West Bromwich Albion at Goodison Park on February 13, 2016 in Liverpool, England.  (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

Jonas Olsson claims West Bromwich Albion have finally 'started to look up rather than what is beneath us' after Everton victory

West Bromwich Albion defender Jonas Olsson believes a first win in six Premier League matches now has the Baggies looking up the table rather than down.
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PSG defender Serge Aurier suspended after he is alleged to have aimed homophobic slurs at Laurent Blanc and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in online Q&A session

Paris Saint-German defender Serge Aurirer has been suspended indefinitely by the Ligue 1 giants over a series of allegedly homophobic slurs towards manager Laurent Blanc and several team-mates.
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Jerome Sinclair fires Liverpool U21s into semi-finals as forward gives Jurgen Klopp a reminder of what he could be set to lose

Jerome Sinclair fired Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp a reminder of his talent with match-winning cameo on Sunday. The 19-year-old is set to leave Anfield.
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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14: Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates victory after the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at Etihad Stadium on February 14, 2016 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Harry Kane believes Tottenham can beat anyone in the league after impressive win at Manchester City

Harry Kane believes Tottenham Hotspur are confident that they can beat anyone in the Premier League as they maintained their title challenge with an impressive victory at Manchester City.
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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14:  Leonardo DiCaprio attends the EE British Academy Film Awards at The Royal Opera House on February 14, 2016 in London, England.  
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BAFTAs see Leonardo DiCaprio win the Best Actor gong for role in The Revenant

Leonardo DiCaprio won the Best Actor award at the EE 2016 BAFTAs on Sunday night for his role in The Revenant.
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WIDNES, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14:  Stefan Marsh of Widnes Vikings goes over for a try during the First Utility Super League match between Widnes Vikings and Leeds Rhinos at Select Security Stadium on February 14, 2016 in Widnes, England.  (Photo by Jan Hendrik Kruger/Getty Images)

Widnes 56-12 Leeds: Super League champions crash to heavy defeat ahead of World Club Challenge

Following their opening 12-10 home defeat by Warrington, it is the first time for 16 years that Leeds have lost their first two matches of the season.
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Barcelona 5-1 Celta Vigo LIVE SCORE: Follow the action from the Nou Camp as it happens

Lionel Messi returns after missing the midweek Copa del Rey clash against Valencia with renal colic as Barcelona look to extend their unbeaten run to 30 games against Celta Vigo.
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BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14:  Joleon Lescott of Aston Villa and team-mates show their dejection during the Barclays Premier League match between Aston Villa and Liverpool at Villa Park on February 14, 2016 in Birmingham, England.  (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Jamie Carragher: Aston Villa are the worst Premier League team ever, they are an embarrassment

OLIVER TODD: Jamie Carragher slammed Aston Villa as the worst team in Barclays Premier League history after their catastrophic campaign hit a new low with a 6-0 drubbing by Liverpool.
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Joleon Lescott tweets photo of £121,000 Mercedes after Aston Villa's 6-0 defeat by Liverpool... but defender claims he posted it accidentally from his pocket while driving

Joleon Lescott infuriated Aston Villa fans by sharing a snap of a £121,000 Mercedes after their 6-0 home defeat by Liverpool - before claiming the image was tweeted accidentally from his pocket.
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Comeback specialist Martin Klizan digs deep again to secure Rotterdam title

Slovakian Martin Klizan staged yet another concerted fightback to claim the biggest title of his career as he saw off Gael Monfils at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
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Warrington Wolves 38-8 Hull KR: Tom Lineham scores a hat-trick as Warrington blitz Hull KR 

Tom Lineham bagged a hat-trick as Warrington followed up their opening-day win at Leeds with a six-try 38-8 success over Hull KR.
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PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 14:  Charl Schwartzel of South Africa celebrates victory with the trophy after the final round of the Tshwane Open at Pretoria Country Club on February 14, 2016 in Pretoria, South Africa.  (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

Charl Schwartzel cruises to Tshwane Open victory to claim 11th European Tour title 

Schwartzel held a one-shot lead heading into the final round and carded a closing 63 to finish 16 under par at Pretoria Country Club, eight shots ahead of Denmark's Jeff Winther.
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Castleford 40-6 Wakefield: Oliver Holmes and Denny Solomona star as Tigers tame Wildcats in seven-try show

Stuart Howarth opened the scoring for Wakefield but the Tigers went into the break with a commanding lead after converted tries from Denny Solomona, Ben Roberts and Luke Dorn.
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Manchester City 1-2 Tottenham PLAYER RATINGS: Commanding Danny Rose and Toby Alderweireld provide platform for win

Tottenham enhanced their Premier League title chase with a pulsating triumph over Manchester City. Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen grabbed the goals as they held off a late charge from the hosts.
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VIDEO: Birds-eye view of sheep looking like birds

A photographer who also works as a pilot has captured this amazing video of sheep being herded in New Zealand.
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Manchester City 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham move two points off Premier League leaders Leicester as Christian Eriksen strikes a late winner at Manchester City.
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Anthony Joshua takes 'risk' to land world heavyweight title shot against Charles Martin in London on April 9

Anthony Joshua will challenge for the heavyweight world title in only his 16th professional bout after signing to fight IBF champion Charles Martin at London's O2 Arena on April 9.
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Manchester City 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Christian Eriksen proves to be the late match winner at the Etihad Stadium after Harry Kane's controversial penalty gives Spurs the lead

IAN LADYMAN AT THE ETIHAD STADIUM: Tottenham Hotspur's Dane playmaker Christian Eriksen proved to be the match winner as he struck past Joe Hart in the 83rd minute.
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Top Gear will move to BBC1 Sunday night slot if revamped line-up proves a hit

The new show, fronted by Chris Evans and due to return in May, could move from its BBC2 slot if it proves popular and would most likely be broadcast after such shows as Countryfile.
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Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe admits 'we have to do better' after dip in form sees club dragged further into relegation battle  

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe believes his side need to grow in confidence after two straight defeats in the Barclays Premier League have left them just four points above relegation.
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Anthony Joshua takes 'risk' to land world heavyweight title shot against Charles Martin in London on April 9

Anthony Joshua will challenge for the heavyweight world title in only his 16th professional bout after signing to fight IBF champion Charles Martin at London's O2 Arena on April 9.
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NHS mental health funding 'falls'

Funding levels for NHS mental health care have not kept pace with those for physical health services over recent years, the BBC has learned.
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Joshua to fight Martin for IBF title

Anthony Joshua will fight reigning champion Charles Martin for the IBF world heavyweight title at the O2 Arena on 9 April.
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Arsenal are back in the title race after late win but the self-congratulating team photos miss the point... there is a long way to go

Danny Welbeck’s header in the fourth minute of stoppage time just might be the starting pistol for the title race. It starts here, with 12 games to go.
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Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond warns EU will fall apart if Britain quits

Philip Hammond warns that the 'contagion' of a Brexit would spread across the EU and Britain would be left to watch from the sidelines as the continent 'lurches in very much the wrong direction'.
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Church of England accused of TROLLING stroke-hit Richard Dawkins

In a Twitter post sent on Friday morning, the Church posted a link to news that the Oxford based author had suffered a stroke with the line: 'Prayers for Prof Dawkins and his family'.
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Boris Johnson tells voters there is 'no reason to be afraid' of leaving the EU

The Mayor of London promised to 'come off the fence with deafening' effect when the PM finalises back his EU deal this week but said London would 'flourish in or out' of the EU.
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Cambridge University students take to the catwalk in BONDAGE gear in fashion show

Pippa Bull, 20, who studies History of Art, modelled a red bondage-inspired outfit with giant tassled-shoulder pads for the fashion show at the Cambridge Corn Exchange last night.
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Radio Four's The Archers is even MORE old-fashioned than you think

Academic Philippa Byrne, a fellow in medieval history at Somerville College,says the plotlines of the popular drama are firmly rooted in the Middle Ages and show the battle between good and evil.
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Max Clifford puts his six-bedroom Surrey mansion on the market for £3.5million

The disgraced publicist's property in Burwood Park, Surrey, sits in a 360-acre gated estate with a golf course and has a swimming pool in the garden where he used to do TV interviews.
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Cost of VIP paedophile probes by Scotland Yard rises to almost £7million

Huge sums of money have been spent on the under-fire child sex inquiries in the UK, including a further £1.2million on top of the £5.5million paid out by Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe's Met Police in 2015.
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Craig Harrison recalls his record-breaking effort in Afghanistan 

In November 2009 Sergeant Craig Harrison, 40, from Cheltenham, recorded the longest confirmed kill ever made when he killed two militant assassins from a range of 2,475 metres.
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Easyjet's Carolyn McCall says Brexit would end the era of cheap flights

EasyJet Dame Carolyn McCall says a Brexit would see us return to the days when flying was 'reserved for the elite' while another boss says staying in the EU is vital to 'protect holidaymakers'.
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Victoria Beckham ditches heels for trainers at her New York Fashion Week show

Victoria Beckham ditched her trademark heels for casual trainers as she took to the runway at the end of her incredible catwalk show on Sunday. 
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Twitter reacts as Danny Welbeck scores late winner for Arsenal against Leicester to add new twist in Premier League title race 

Danny Welbeck's first Arsenal appearance since April last year proved to be well worth the wait with the striker coming off the bench to score a late winner against title rivals Leicester City on Sunday.
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John Leslie 'cleared' over sex claim

Former TV host and radio presenter John Leslie says he has been cleared by police over claims of sexual assault.
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England hat-trick hero Jonathan Joseph makes case for the defence after Italy rout

Joseph's treble in England's 40-9 rout of Italy included a fine finish after he had intercepted a long pass, but once again he paid tribute to the men who gave him the opportunity.
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Graduates with good degrees really do earn more, reveals study

The study shows that those who get a 'Geoff' (pictured) or an 'Attila the Hun' - cockney rhyming slang for a first or a 2:1 - earn more than those getting a 'Tutu' or a 'Douglas Herd' - 2:2 or a third.
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Arsene Wenger hails mental desire of his battling side who snatched 'massive' late victory over title rivals Leicester

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger spoke of his delight at securing an injury time win over title rivals Leicester and admitted defeat would have meant grave consequences for his side.
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VIDEO: Viola Beach: 'The music came first'

Friends at the bar where four members of British indie band ,Viola Beach, worked have paid tribute to the musicians.
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Iran bans Valentine's Day in bid to crack down on 'decadent Western culture'

On Friday Iranian news outlets reported police had released a directive warning retailers against promoting 'decadent Western culture through Valentine's Day rituals'.
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Air sea search is launched for missing junior doctor Rose Polge in Devon

Missing junior doctor Rose Polge, 25, was last seen on Friday afternoon, after which her car was found near Anstey's Cove, Torquay.
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The title race is just getting started... Arsenal must build on dramatic winner as Leicester's dream faces a new challenge

Danny Welbeck’s header in the fourth minute of stoppage time just might be the starting pistol for the title race. It starts here, with 12 games to go.
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Widnes Vikings 56-12 Leeds Rhinos

Defending Super League champions Leeds are thrashed at Widnes and face an injury crisis before the World Club Challenge.
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Pair charged with slavery offences

A man and a woman are charged with slavery offences after a 28-year-old woman was found being held in domestic servitude in Rochdale, Greater Manchester Police say.
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TORRANCE, CA - FEBRUARY 11:   Anderson Silva holds an open training session for fans and media at the UFC Gym on February 11, 2016 in Torrance, California. (Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Anderson Silva's positive test doesn't bother me... I'm focusing on what could be the biggest test of my career 

Anderson has a lot of history in fighting. When he was fighting in the UK, I was on the scene as well on the same promotion. I was 100 per cent aware of who he was and what he was capable of.
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Viola Beach families pay tribute to band

The families of indie band Viola Beach say they had been doing what they loved before they died in a car crash in Sweden.
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Aston Villa 0-6 Liverpool PLAYER RATINGS: Philippe Coutinho the mastermind as Reds put in classy display to punish Garde's men

Liverpool heaped more misery on relegation threatened Aston Villa with a six-goal thrashing on Sunday. A four goal blitz in 13 second-half minutes did the damage. Here is how each player fared.
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Women who have more sex have LESS risk of oral cancer say scientists

Researchers also told those gathered at the annual scientists' meeting in Washington that men were twice as likely to develop the disease.
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Jonathan Joseph proves to be the star man for England as 18-minute hat-trick sinks Italy at Stadio Olimpico - PLAYER RATINGS  

England eased to victory over Italy at the Stadio Olimpico to go top of the RBS 6 Nations table. Sportsmail's Nik Simon runs the rule over England's players.
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The Jump's Joe Swash breaks his SHOULDER while performing tricky ski jump

The 34-year-old has become the latest casualty following a fall during training for popular Channel 4 show The Jump.
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Pope Francis holds Mass before 400,000 worshippers in Mexico's Ecatepec

Pope Francis has held Mass in front of 300,000 people in a murder-ridden suburb of Mexico City, and urged them to create a country free of emigration and 'merchants of death'. 
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Viola Beach members killed when their car plunged off a bridge in Sweden

Warrington-based Viola Beach, from Cheshire, and their manager died just hours after playing their first ever gig outside of the UK, when their car went off a bridge in Sodertalje, Sweden.
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UK weather sees Britain shiver as Valentine's Day brings coldest night in 4 years

It was an icy start for many as the current cold snap sent temperatures plummeting across the UK, while the mercury fell to -14.1C in Braemar, Aberdeenshire, in the Scottish Highlands.
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Claudio Ranieri keeps promise to give Leicester players a week off despite Arsenal defeat spoiling 'nine points' bet

LAURIE WHITWELL AT THE EMIRATES STADIUM: The Foxes are out of the FA Cup so have no game next weekend, and Ranieri believes his squad will be best served by relaxing.
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NI dissident linked to weigh-in murder

A dissident republican from Northern Ireland is identified by police as one of six gunmen who carried out a shooting at a boxing weigh-in at a Dublin hotel earlier this month.
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Liberal Democrat peer Lord Avebury dies

The Lib Dem peer and veteran human rights campaigner, Lord Avebury, has died at the age of 87.
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Taxi catches fire at Glasgow Airport

Emergency services are called to Glasgow Airport after a taxi catches fire outside the main terminal building.
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VIDEO: Taxi bursts into flames outside airport

Fire crews were called out after a taxi burst into flames outside the main terminal of Glasgow airport.
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Calais woman claims police are barred from 'Muslim only' area of Jungle migrant camp

In an impassioned speech posted online, Simone Hericourt described how migrants in Calais had defaced a Charles de Gaulle statue, erected an ISIS flag, and attacked her son with a metal bar.
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Fears that hand grenades will be thrown at funerals of Dublin's gang murders

Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch (pictured) and Christy 'The Irish Godfather' Kinahan are said to have met in Dublin to broker a deal that would prevent an escalation in tensions between two rival gangs.
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Aston Villa 0-6 Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge opens the scoring for Liverpool as the Reds thrash bottom club Aston Villa to move up to eighth.
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Russian scientists to upgrade nuclear missiles to shoot meteorites

While it may sound like the plot of a sci-fi disaster film, Russian scientists are planning to upgrade their intercontinental nuclear ballistic missiles so they can target meteorites which threaten earth.
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Airlines accused of profiteering for failing to pass on savings to fliers

Airlines are under fire for charging 'rip-off fares' with the average cost of a flight to the United States dropping just two per cent in two years, despite the price of jet fuel decreasing by a massive 70%.
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Warning over weaker bank safety buffers

Sir John Vickers, who was charged with leading an inquiry into the future safety of Britain's banks, has warned that Bank of England plans fall short of his own.
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Elena Ferrante's novels detailing 1950s Naples could lead to tourism boom

Still regarded as 'dangerous' by many due to its links with organised crime, Naples could be set for a tourism boom - and it's all thanks to a secret writer.
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Aston Villa 0-6 Liverpool: Daniel Sturridge scores on first start back from injury as Reds run riot over Premier League strugglers

DOMINIC KING AT VILLA PARK: Liverpool recovered from their FA Cup fourth-round exit to West Ham in emphatic fashion, thrashing Premier League strugglers Aston Villa 6-0 on Sunday.
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This July 28, 2014, photo shows Jakob Denzinger's portrait on the tombstone of his empty grave in Cepin, eastern Croatia.  The suspected former Nazi prison guard at Auschwitz and other death camps, Jakob Denzinger, has died in his native Croatia at the age of 92. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)

Jakob Denzinger dies in Croatia aged 92, suspected former Nazi camp guard

Jakob Denzinger was among a group of ex Nazis to have fled to the U.S. after the war and remained living there comfortably until their senior years - claiming millions of dollars in benefits.