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PAUL THOMAS on… A-levels chaos and the France quarantine 

PAUL THOMAS on… A-levels chaos and the France quarantine By Paul Thomas For The Daily Mail Published: 00:32 BST, 15…

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Victoria records 303 new cases of coronavirus overnight and another four deaths 

Victoria is hit with 303 new cases of coronavirus and four deaths in another significant decrease – and there could…

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Meghan Markle decries the 'toxicity' she has faced in the media

The Duchess of Sussex decried ‘salacious’ journalism in a new video interview today,  stressing the importance of reporting done through…

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Dog 'bit a woman on the arm as she tried to shield her terrier'

A ‘devil’ dog who mauled a miniature pinscher to death in London attacked a woman as she walked her border cross terrier three…

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Thousands of schools to defy union 'scaremongering' and open full-time from next month 

Thousands of schools to defy union ‘scaremongering’ and welcome children back full-time from next month Town halls across England have…

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Two boys are robbed at GUNPOINT by teen at lemonade stand

Two 13-year-old boys running a lemonade stand in Illinois are robbed at GUNPOINT by two older teenagers who steal their…

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Babysitter Drew Monreax who molested a six-year-old boy is jailed for a year 

Babysitter who molested a six-year-old boy he was looking after two decades ago is jailed for a year  By Australian…

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USF cop is fired after old Twitter account had 'KKK member' in her bio

Florida cop, 26, is fired after her old Twitter account with ‘KKK member’ in the bio resurfaces – but she…

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Boy, 2, reunited with his mom 43 days after infertile woman 'paid two children to kidnap him'

A two-year-old boy has been rescued 43 days after he was kidnapped from a market in Mexico, allegedly by an…

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Only THREE PER CENT of staff at Department of Education headquarters were in work on results day

Only THREE PER CENT of staff at Department of Education headquarters were in work on results day Education Secretary Gavin…

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