Leading £13,650-a-year private school forced to pay teacher, £60,000
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Leading £13,650-a-year private school forced to pay teacher, £60,000

Private school RE teacher wins £60,000 pay-out after he was forced out of his job when he told off a schoolgirl for handing in her homework lateDaniel Goodey…

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Building society boss, 47, is jailed after stealing dead man’s savings
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Building society boss, 47, is jailed after stealing dead man’s savings

Building society boss, 47, is jailed for two years after she forged letters from a dead customer to steal £2,000 from his savings - and pocketed more than…

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Government adviser cries as he is fined £500 over Extinction Rebellion
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Government adviser cries as he is fined £500 over Extinction Rebellion

Government transport adviser, 57, cries as he is fined £500 for taking part in Extinction Rebellion climate change protests that brought parts of London to a standstillDr Steven…

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El Paso shooting: Trump demands immigration reform in wake of domestic terror attack – while admitting better gun controls needed
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El Paso shooting: Trump demands immigration reform in wake of domestic terror attack – while admitting better gun controls needed

Donald Trump has called on US politicians to “get strong background checks” for gun purchases, but said the bill must be tied to immigration reform following two mass…

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All the best acts from the Traverse Theatre at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe
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All the best acts from the Traverse Theatre at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran ★★★★☆ / Crocodile Fever ★★★★☆ / Enough ★★★★☆ The Traverse’s curated programme is always a cornerstone of the Edinburgh Fringe, although it…

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Boris Johnson: Majority of Scots back independence in shock poll days after PM’s Scotland trip
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Boris Johnson: Majority of Scots back independence in shock poll days after PM’s Scotland trip

The majority of Scots would vote for independence in another referendum, according to a shock new poll conducted in the wake of Boris Johnson's visit to Edinburgh. In a significant…

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Ashes 2019 LIVE: England set to resume battle to save first Test against Australia
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Ashes 2019 LIVE: England set to resume battle to save first Test against Australia

Follow live coverage as England take on Australia on the fifth day of the first Ashes Test. Steve Smith, back in the Baggy Green 16 months after being banned for…

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Boris Johnson news – LIVE: PM ‘plots people versus politicians’ general election as minister warns no-deal Brexit cannot be stopped
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Boris Johnson news – LIVE: PM ‘plots people versus politicians’ general election as minister warns no-deal Brexit cannot be stopped

With Boris Johnson set to begin his visit to a hospital in Boston, Lincolnshire, a reminder that he is announcing a £1.8bn cash injection for the health service,…

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Volodymyr Zelensky’s Ukraine: first a revolution, now a purge?
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Volodymyr Zelensky’s Ukraine: first a revolution, now a purge?

Whatever adjectival qualifier they use, everyone in Kiev is sure they have witnessed a revolution: electoral, populist, socialist, libertarian or, in the opinion of the more excited, Bolshevik.  Never…

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Nigel Farage slams ‘arrogant’ Tory calls for Brexit Party to give way
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Nigel Farage slams ‘arrogant’ Tory calls for Brexit Party to give way

Nigel Farage lashes out at ‘arrogant’ Tory calls for the Brexit Party to stand aside in an election to avoid splitting the Leave voteCalls growing for Tory-Brexit Party…

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