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The Mail
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Labour will introduce levies if it wins the election
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Glasgow's Commonwealth Games opening ceremony starts the event in style
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10 secret rules of working in Disney's Magic Kingdoms
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Arizona inmate Joseph Rudolph Wood dies 2 HOURS after execution began
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At last, some dignity for the victims of MH17: 40 hearses and thousands of mourners line highways to pay respects
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Perth parents of MH17 victim Fatima Dyczynski fly to Europe and vow to travel to the Ukrainian war zone to find their daughter if she is among the 100 feared missing
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Haven't they suffered enough? Now MH17 victim's wife is forced to cancel his credit cards because they were being USED by thieving pro-Russian rebels
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Peaches Geldof's son Phaedra alone for '17 HOURS' after she died of heroin overdose
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Loose Women's Lisa Maxwell angers neighbours putting up wedding gazebo without permission
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The Guardian
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Operation Cloud Lab: Secrets of the Skies review a scientific romp through the atmosphere
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The daily quiz: swallows and Amazons
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Fabio Borini injured as Liverpool fall to Roma
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Foot and mouth outbreak adds to South Korea's meat woes
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Teenage around-the-world pilot dies
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Taiwan: 48 dead in TransAsia Airways plane crash
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The drugs do work: top Australian musicians discuss their illicit drug use
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No anti-abortion activist should be able to mislead women to 'rescue' them
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We baby boomers know how to dress with self-confidence
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The Independent
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We need more banks, but the public must demand them
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Exclusive: Sellafield clean-up gets messier as ‘failing’ consortium faces takeover
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Sky deal sees off TalkTalk pay revolt
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GlaxoSmithKline warns on profits as China bribes crisis bites
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Jim Armitage: Agents of their own destruction – at last?
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Jim Armitage: The Russians won’t skip the country just yet
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Jim Armitage: Standard Chartered’s chief is now under fire from within and without
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Market Report: From oil to tech, deal fever is gripping the City
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Doom and gloom: 2015 global recession warning from financial seers of the century
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Financial seers of the century
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Hamish McRae: It’s not a question of if, but when... interest rates have been kept artificially low for long enough
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Regulators get twice as long to investigate City misconduct
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The Star - Sport
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Yaya Toure set to be welcomed back by Manchester City after summer of discontent
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Liverpool back in for Chelsea's Ryan Bertrand after missing out on Spurs-bound Ben Davies
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Sir Bradley Wiggins backed for gold in the Commonwealth Games
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Paul Scholes may still have a Manchester United future despite Wayne Rooney criticism
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England's Andrew Willis hoping to upset hometown hero Michael Jamieson in the pool
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Table tennis star was nearly named Pong as baby
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No brotherly love as Alistair Brownlee goes all out to beat Jonny in the triathalon
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England's hockey skipper eyes Commonwealth and World Cup success
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Luis Suarez was treated like a murderer, according to ex-Liverpool team-mate Iago Aspas
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Sunderland boss Gus Poyet still wants Liverpool's Fabio Borini despite Juventus interest
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