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Sunderland 2-1 Manchester United

Sunderland boost their Premier League survival hopes with a deserved victory over an uninspired Manchester United.
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Sunderland 2-1 Manchester United: David de Gea own goal hands Black Cats victory as visitors fail to close the gap on top four

ROB DRAPER AT THE STADIUM OF LIGHT: Whenever Manchester United take a faltering step forward, they always find it within themselves to take a couple of enormous ones backwards.
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Queens Park Rangers 1-3 Fulham

Fulham beat west London rivals QPR for the second time this season to give Slavisa Jokanovic his first win as boss.
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QPR 1-3 Fulham: Slavisa Jokanovic's side earn West London derby bragging rights after first half masterclass at Loftus Road

Fulham claimed their first win in six games after they thumped local rivals Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road. Ross McCormack, Moussa Dembele and Tom Cairney scored the goals.
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Independent editor explains online move

The editor of the Independent writes a letter in the newspaper to explain to readers why it will cease print editions in March.
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Injured Brunt out of South Africa tour

Fast bowler Katherine Brunt will miss the rest of England women's tour of South Africa after injuring her back on Friday.
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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 13:  Aaron Lennon of Everton arrives prior to kick off in 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)

Norwich vs West Ham LIVE score: Plus Everton vs West Brom and the rest of the Barclays Premier League 3pm action

Join DAN RIPLEY for live coverage of the five 3pm kick-offs in the Barclays Premier League. Relegation-threatened Norwich host West Ham in the pick of the Saturday afternoon matches
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France 0-3 Ireland SIX NATIONS 2016 LIVE: Six changes for Les Bleus while Rob and Dave Kearney start at the Stade de France

Guy Noves' France aims to improve on a narrow Six Nations opening win over Italy as Ireland look to get their first win on the board after a draw with Wales. Follow the live action here with Michael Gadd.
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Arsenal in high spirits ahead of title showdown as Arsene Wenger weighs up striking issues before Leicester clash 

While title favourites Leicester travel to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday full of goals and high on confidence, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has an attacking dilemma.
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From 150-year-old fishermen's huts to a spa suite on a private island in Scotland: The Inspector reveals Britain's most romantic hotels

With Valentine’s Day looming, here is The Inspector's choice of the ten most romantic hotels in Britain (and you know he is not easy to please)...
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Al-Shabab claims Somalia plane attack

Somalia's main Islamist militant group al-Shabab says it carried out a bomb attack on a passenger plane that blew a huge hole in its fuselage.
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India PM in 'happy birthday' gaffe

Afghanistan's president takes to Twitter to correct India's leader - who had wished him happy birthday on the wrong day.
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Russia PM: 'We have slid into cold war'

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says "we have slid into a new cold war", with Nato and some countries describing Moscow as "the worst threat".
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Only rich and older people will own homes within a decade, warns think tank

Just one in ten under 35s on modest incomes will be able to afford to get on the property ladder within a decade, according to the Resolution Foundation.
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Madonna left 'concerned' for son Rocco, 15, as he's seen smoking a suspicious looking cigarette amid custody battle with Guy Ritchie

Madonna has reportedly been left 'concerned' by her 15-year-old son Rocco's behaviour after he was spotted smoking a suspicious looking cigarette for the second time in two months.
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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 08:  Donald Love of Manchester United U21s in action during the U21 Premier League match between Manchester United U21s and Norwich City U21s at Old Trafford on February 8, 2016 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by John Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

Manchester United only have one defender on the bench for trip to Sunderland... so who is academy star Donald Love?

On Valentine's weekend, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has found some room for Love in his first-team squad. But how much do you know about the 21-year-old defender?
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'Love my family': Katie Price beams with pride as she shares a series of adorable family snaps on Instagram 

Katie Price, 37, showed just how proud she was of her young brood by sharing a series of beautiful family photographs on Instagram.
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Kim Kardashian steals younger sister's style as they amble around NYC in near identical ensembles

They might possess a 17-year age gap, but that doesn't mean Kim is against taking some style tips from her trendy youngster sister.
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NHS watchdog to 'use Facebook comments'

Comments on social media will be used by England's health regulator to gather information on possible NHS failings, it is reported.
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Rowena Kincaid: My letter to cancer

Rowena Kincaid tells the disease determined to take her life she will not go down without a fight
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Sunderland 2-1 Manchester United LIVE: Follow the Premier League action from the Stadium of Light as it happens 

The Barclays Premier League weekend gets underway at the Stadium of Light as Manchester United visit Sunderland. Join ADAM SHERGOLD for all the action as it happens on Wearside
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US wants 'strong UK in strong EU'

The US has a "profound interest in a very strong UK staying in a strong EU", US Secretary of State John Kerry says.
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Doctors side with Australia asylum baby

Protesters gather at a Brisbane hospital in support of doctors refusing to discharge an asylum seeker baby facing deportation to an offshore immigration camp.
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Michael Owen claims: 'Leicester City could go down next year... it depends which way they go with the Champions League money'

BT Sport pundit Michael Owen has risked the wrath of Leicester supporters after claiming the club could be involved in a relegation battle next season, even if they win the Premier League.
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Yolanda Foster posts wholesome family photo... to complain about food she served

Yolanda Foster, 52, has used a wholesome family photo as a tool to speak out against the evil of baked goods on Instagram
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Johan Cruyff reveals he is winning battle with lung cancer: 'Treatment has been very positive... I feel like I am 2-0 up at half-time' 

The former Ajax, Barcelona and Holland star, who was a heavy smoker until undergoing heart surgery in 1991, made his illness public in October last year.
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How a Cunard cruise aboard The Queen Victoria to Corfu is a stately affair

For Cunard, a dinner jacket is as important as a lifejacket. It’s the only way you can get into the smarter restaurants. Andrew Pierce dons his and sees what all the fuss is about.
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James Milner is the most 'annoying' opponent I've ever faced, says Barcelona defender Dani Alves 

He may have faced the likes of Ronaldo and Bale in recent seasons, as well as attempting to stop Messi at international level, but Alves has called James Milner his most 'annoying' opponent.
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Katy Perry narrowly avoids ex-boyfriend John Mayer at Adele gig

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom cemented their new romance with an intimate Adele concert on Friday night, though things may have taken awkward turn as her ex-boyfriend, John Mayer, also showed up.
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Paul Pogba is 'crazy' for Barcelona move as Chelsea and Manchester City are ruled out of 'auction'... plus more from Europe

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST: Paul Pogba will reject the advances of Manchester City and Chelsea this summer and is desperate to join Barcelona, according to reports in Spain.
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Russia faces pressure over Syria deaths

Pressure increases on Russia over civilian deaths in air strikes in Syria, with France and the United States urging greater caution.
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Jamie Vardy hoping for happy ending as film about Leicester striker's incredible career takes shape 

Jamie Vardy is hoping to this weekend add another chapter to the Leicester fairytale as a film about his remarkable career edges closer to fruition. The table-topping Foxes play Arsenal on Sunday
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Cycling in Sicily is hot work, but the rewards are delicious

We had picked mid-June, when temperatures in Sicily are normally bearable. But after 25 miles of punishing sun, our son had flopped to the roadside.
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How to get set for a full-on half-term for all the family

Around Britain, there are numerous attractions that can provide fun and laughter - even for the adults too. Here, SIOBHAN WARWICKER takes a look at just some of the things on offer.
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Tweddle takes first unaided steps

Olympic bronze medallist Beth Tweddle takes her first unaided steps since neck surgery following her fall on The Jump.
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VIDEO: Obamaâ??s Valentine poem for his wife

US President Barack Obama appears on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and is surprised by a Valentine poem from his wife Michelle
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Builders thrive but construction slumps as output is still 4% below its 2008 levels

The Office for National Statistics said construction output fell 0.4 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2015 following a 1.7 per cent decline in the third.
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Doctors' dispute 'could become a war'

The dispute over the imposition of a new contract for junior doctors "could become a war" between NHS staff, employers and the government, a union warns.
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Arrest over warehouse fatal shooting

A 26-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was killed during a raid at his warehouse.
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GRANADA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 07:  Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid CF reacts during the La Liga match between Granada CF and Real Madrid CF at Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes on February 7, 2016 in Granada, Spain.  (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)

Cristiano Ronaldo is dribbling less than ever and has not scored in 50 per cent of Real Madrid’s games this season for the first time

THE NUMBERS GAME - KIERAN GILL: There’s no denying Ronaldo is in decline – he's dribbling less than ever and scoring a lesser share of Real's goals – but do not hang him out to dry.
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Independent newspaper to close as sister paper i is sold for £25m Johnston Press

In an announcement yesterday, owner ESI Media said the papers would become internet-only.
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VIDEO: Families 'priced out of housing market'

Many younger families in the UK are being priced out of the property market.
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Alesha Dixon enjoys a dinner date with her beau Azuka Ononye

She's never been afraid to play around with fashion. So it came as no surprise to see Alesha Dixon trying out a bold new look as she enjoyed a dinner date with boyfriend Azuka Ononye in London on Friday.
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Love at first sight: Why adding a romantic touch to your home could woo more buyers

It might simply be the name. People are suckers for evocative house names. You see houses called Wuthering Heights and Gone With The Wind all over the world.
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Four in every £5 spent is now on a cards as chip and Pin notches up tenth birthday

In 2006, when the switch to Chip and Pin was completed, 55 per cent of spending at retailers was made on payment cards, compared to 78.5 per cent in December 2015.
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Nearly two thirds of Britons go on 'credit detox' before applying for mortgages or credit cards

A survey by AA Financial Services found that 60 per cent would go on a ‘credit detox’, usually for about six months, in order to have more chances to take out a loan, mortgage or credit card.
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RBS bottom of bank satisfaction league: Customers complain of axed rewards as First Direct tops table

The beleaguered bank could only muster a customer satisfaction score of 53 per cent, while the best bank, First Direct, totted up a score of 74 per cent - according to research by Which?
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LEE BOYCE: Huge losses from fraud continue to plague current account customers – treat all e-mails, phonecalls and texts from banks with caution

More of us are using technology to bank - and fraud is surging. This week, we reported on a case where Santander won't refund one victim £22,700.
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Voges takes Test average over 100

Australia's Adam Voges is likened to legend Sir Don Bradman after lifting his Test average above 100 with his fifth century in 19 innings.
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A trip in Mont Blanc's new £106million futuristic cable car

The view from the Mont Blanc Skyway in the Italian Alps, which has 80-person cabins, is nothing short of phenomenal. Each sphere is kitted out with screens, avalanche warnings and even snow reports.
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Princess Diana's favourite holiday destination and less expensive than other islands

Antigua is less besieged by celebrities wanting to be photographed, meaning it maintains a more authentic Caribbean charm.
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Jack Collison retires from football aged 27 after persistent knee injuries

Former West Ham and Wales midfielder Jack Collison is retiring from football at the age 27 due to injury. The midfielder had hoped to kick-start his career at League One Peterborough United
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'Relegation battle helped Leicester'

Midfielder Riyad Mahrez says Leicester's battle against relegation last year has helped them in this season's title challenge.
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Polluted air 'causes 5.5m deaths a year'

More than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution, according to new research.
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VIDEO: Pope Francis visits Cuba and Mexico

Pope Francis is in Mexico for a week-long trip.
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Trident 'lets UK punch above weight'

Britain must keep its Trident nuclear weapons system if it wants to play a significant role in the world, the US defence secretary tells the BBC.
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Jihadists mortar attack UN Mali base

Five United Nations peacekeepers are killed in a mortar attack by Ansar Dine jihadists on one of their bases in northern Mali, officials say.
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Syria rebels pledge to keep fighting

Rebel groups in Syria tell the BBC they will not stop fighting, casting doubt on an accord by world powers to bring about a cessation of hostilities.
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The Indian granny who left thousands teary-eyed

The 78-year-old celebrity model who left thousands teary-eyed
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Syria war: Tide turns Assad's way

After six months of Russian air strikes on pro-US rebels, the scales have tipped dramatically in favour of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, says Middle East analyst Fawaz A Gerges.
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Week in pictures

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
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Conservatives threaten revolt against George Osborne over 'time bomb' tax

George Osborne is facing a growing revolt over a pensions raid dubbed a ‘time bomb for future generations’. Officials are considering a move in next month’s Budget to scrap savers’ tax breaks.
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US scientists warn on 'dustbowl' risk

US scientists have modelled how a 1930s-like "dustbowl" drought might impact American agriculture today, and found it to be just as damaging.
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Twelve rapists, a 13-year-old girl and a terrifying truth Britain still won't face  

The gang of men from Pakistani origin were jailed for a total of 140 years at Crown Court, for 13 months of horrendous abuse of a British white girl in Keighley, West Yorkshire.
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BBC Three and Radio One 'merger plan'

BBC Three and BBC Radio One could be merged under the same division in future, according to reports.
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VIDEO: The evolution of surfing in pictures

A new book tracks down the visual history of surfing from its first recording in 1778, to today's global phenomenon.
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Why tourists are shunning a beautiful Italian island

Why tourists have stopped visiting a beautiful Italian island
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Libyan fighter jet 'shot down by ISIS' while carrying out airstrikes in Benghazi

Islamic militants have shot down a jet over the country's second largest city of Benghazi, according to the Libyan air force chief of staff. 
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Was a doctors' contract deal ever possible?

After years of haggling, ministers have decided to impose a new contract on junior doctors. But how close did they come to reaching an agreement?
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EastEnders' Natalie Cassidy announces she is expecting her second child 

The 32-year-old made the announcement on her Twitter page on Friday evenin.
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Jonathan Aitken's daughter splits from Sikh husband Inderjot Singh

It was all so romantic at the start. When she recalls their first meeting in the Indian city of Amritsar in 2009, the former socialite and girl about town makes it sound like something out of a Bollywood film.
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Why Islam is a feminist issue: Most Muslims lead decent lives. But, ignored by the PC brigade, mass migration and multi-culturalism have encouraged, among some, a deeply worrying contempt for women 

The mass migration into Europe of people from North Africa and the Middle East is one of the most significant cultural, social and economic challenges of our time, writes SARAH VINE.
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David Denton warns Wales to write off Scotland at their peril as the No 8 aims to hand Vern Cotter a first Six Nations win

Scotland have not won in Cardiff for 14 years but on Friday night David Denton warned Wales to write off Vern Cotter's men at their peril. Warren Gatland's side are big favourites for the showdown.
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Colombia: A nation in panic over Zika

Colombia's experience of the Zika virus
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Photographs of Dublin in rubble

The story told by rare photos of the 1916 Easter Rising
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The graphs that show the search for love has changed

Seven graphs that show how the search for love has changed
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Lily Donaldson sexes up two-piece suit at pre-BAFTA bash

Lily, 29, bent the boundaries between female and male dressing as a mannish suit formed the basis of her party look as she stepped out to Little House in Mayfair, London, on Friday evening
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Bill Murray 'throws phones from bar'

Hollywood actor Bill Murray offers to reimburse drinkers after allegedly throwing their mobile phones from a rooftop bar after they tried to take photos.
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Scotland can get things rolling in this Six Nations campaign... but they need to generate quick ball first 

ANDY NICOL: What a difference a week makes. Just seven days ago, I was confident that Scotland were going to have a good Six Nations and be serious contenders for the first time in years.
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Abuse whistle-blowing helpline launched

A whistle-blowing helpline for employees in England to raise concerns about child protection failures - run by the NSPCC with government funding - is to be launched.
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Guus Hiddink is optimistic that Chelsea can still claim silverware despite poor season   

Guus Hiddink has admitted that he believes silverware can still be lifted at Stamford Bridge this season. Mired dangerously above the relegation zone for much of the campaign
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Why is St Valentine's finger in Coventry?

Why was St Valentine's finger sent to Coventry?
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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino challenges his title-chasing side to play like 'lions' against Manchester City 

The Foxes are out in front but a Tottenham side described as 'lions' by Mauricio Pochettino are leading the hunt. Sunday will go some way to determining if Spurs are ready to be champions.
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First glimpse of Roman treasure hoards

Two recently-discovered hoards of Roman and Iron Age treasure are put on display for the first time in a Liverpool exhibition.
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'Quieter' chimes resolves bells row

A village's church bells are chiming overnight again for the first time in three years after a row is resolved by a volume reducing device.
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VIDEO: Life on board a nuclear submarine

The BBC's Scotland editor Sarah Smith is granted rare access onboard one of Britain's Trident nuclear submarines.
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Support staff 'do teachers' work'

Teacher shortages mean support staff are having to pick up work normally done by qualified teachers, suggests research by a union.
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Idris Elba separated from Naiyana Garth after being seen with Naomi Campbell

Idris Elba this week separated from girlfriend Naiyana Garth, 28, the mother of his 22-month-old baby son, Winston. He has moved out of the family home in South-West London.
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Princess Anne and the £1b party that lit the fuse of Islamic terror 45 years ago 

Exalted A-listers gathered in the heart of the desert nearly half a century ago, for the Shah of Iran's £1.5billion 'party of the century' - the catalyst for a political revolution in the Middle East.
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VIDEO: How Beyonce got political, in 60 seconds

The pop star's journey to 'Black Lives Matter,' in 60 seconds
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X Factor 2015's Louisa Johnson dons metallic bodysuit on first night of tour

Her winner's single failed to make the number one spot and landed in a dismal 12th place.
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Luka Modric has his 'fingers crossed' that Tottenham Hotspur win the Premier League title after admitting that he will be forever grateful to Spurs' adoring fans

Ex-Tottenham Hotspur star Luka Modric has praised his former side's form this season and admits that he is hopeful that they can lift the Premier League title. The 30-year-old spent four years in north London.
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Alzheimer's drug hope and footballer in court

Hopes of a breakthrough in preventing Alzheimer's and reports from the opening day of footballer Adam Johnson's trial feature in many of Saturday's front pages.
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Barnsley pub landlord 'told to remove Union Jack jacket as it might offend people'  

Pub landlord Jason Mawer has twice been asked in public to remove his treasured Union Jack jacket - for risk of it being 'offensive'. Mawer runs a pub near the centre of Barnsley, South Yorkshire.
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MSPs call for return of post-study visa

Holyrood's devolution committee calls on the UK government to reintroduce post-study work visas which were cancelled in 2012.
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Alzheimer's preventative drug hope

Cambridge scientists have detected a number of drugs which could help protect against Alzheimer's disease, acting like statins for the brain.
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Life as the mother of the Columbine killer

The pain and sadness of a Columbine killer's mother
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Joe Schmidt's smarts the key to success against France as Ireland coach looks to outwit Guy Noves in Paris 

It was 17 days ago at the tournament launch in London when Joe Schmidt advertised how a top-half finish should be considered a success for title hat-trick chasing Ireland.
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Dailymail.com tries Brooklyn Boulders climbing wall that becomes a computer game 

The system is currently being tested at Brooklyn Boulders in New York. Its inventor, Jon Cheng gave DailyMail.com the first demonstration of its motion tracking capabilities.