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  1. Brit dad being held in a tough Turkish prison over ancient coins he found while snorkelling has gone 'missing' - The Sun

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 21:24:00 GMT


    The Sun

    Brit dad being held in a tough Turkish prison over ancient coins he found while snorkelling has gone 'missing'
    The Sun
    POUNDLAND INFERNO. Massive 'arson attack' fire rips through London Poundland store as 97 firefighters race to the scene. ARE YOU THE LUCKY WINNER? Winning Lotto numbers for Wednesday 23 August 2017 £5.3million jackpot. Dad-of-five Toby ...

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  2. Poundland fire - massive blaze rips through store in Chingford after ... - The Sun

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 20:53:38 GMT


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  3. Manchester Airport passenger who tried to smuggle pipe bomb onto Ryanair flight – and then let go to fly again in ... - The Sun

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 19:33:00 GMT


    The Sun

    Manchester Airport passenger who tried to smuggle pipe bomb onto Ryanair flight – and then let go to fly again in ...
    The Sun
    POUNDLAND INFERNO. Massive 'arson attack' fire rips through London Poundland store as 97 firefighters race to the scene. 'NOW WHERE DID I PUT MY CLOTHES?' Saira Khan shares another defiant bikini snap to preacher who shamed Muslim women ...

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  4. EU citizens told they would be 'DETAINED' - Home Office forced into apology for mistake - Express.co.uk

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 14:45:00 GMT


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    EU citizens told they would be 'DETAINED' - Home Office forced into apology for mistake
    Express.co.uk
    EUROPEAN Union (EU) citizens living in the UK were mistakenly sent letters by the Government telling them they were liable for "detention". By Alix Culbertson and Will Kirby. PUBLISHED: 14:45, Wed, Aug 23, 2017 | UPDATED: 17:00, Wed, Aug 23, 2017 ...

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  5. Number of EU citizens detained in UK rises almost a third after Brexit - The Independent

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 23:53:00 GMT


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    Number of EU citizens detained in UK rises almost a third after Brexit
    The Independent
    The number of EU citizens being detained in the UK for alleged immigration offences has risen by almost a third since Brexit, official figures have revealed. Home Office data showed 3,699 EU nationals were held in UK detention centres in 2016 – 1,000 ...

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  6. Bodyguard to Winston Churchill dies aged 92 - St Helens Star

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 17:03:37 GMT


    St Helens Star

    Bodyguard to Winston Churchill dies aged 92
    St Helens Star
    A FORMER royal marine who served as a bodyguard to Winston Churchill has died aged 92. Neville Bullock from Garswood died on Monday after a period of ill health. It follows the death of his wife Margaret four months ago. He was just 19 when he was ...

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  7. Scotland's deficit drops to £13.3bn, government figures show - St Helens Star

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 13:30:50 GMT


    St Helens Star

    Scotland's deficit drops to £13.3bn, government figures show
    St Helens Star
    Scotland's deficit has been cut to £13.3 billion over the past year, according to new statistics. The Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (Gers) report said the figure represented an 8.3% share of Scotland's GDP – more than three times the UK ...
    Nicola Sturgeon flew into fresh Indy row after trying to put a shine on Scotland's £13.3billion financial black holeThe Scottish Sun
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  8. Jobless single mum-to-be, 24, stole over £200 from shopper's purse at designer store before splashing the cash at ... - The Sun

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 15:40:37 GMT


    The Sun

    Jobless single mum-to-be, 24, stole over £200 from shopper's purse at designer store before splashing the cash at ...
    The Sun
    A JOBLESS mum-to-be stole more than £200 from a shopper in a designer store and went on a spending spree with her haul in McDonald's, Asda and Tesco. Jessica Gormley was with a friend when she saw the unattended purse on the counter at celebrity ...

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  9. 6 tips for parents about how to talk to your children about knife crime - St Helens Star

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 16:49:40 GMT


    St Helens Star

    6 tips for parents about how to talk to your children about knife crime
    St Helens Star
    ST HELENS has been forging links with national organisations to tackle knife crime after a series of woundings involving young people led to mounting public concern. This approach aims to reduce incidents of knife crime by educating young people.

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  10. Walmsley expects Wigan pack to come hunting (From St Helens Star) - St Helens Star

    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 15:43:56 GMT


    St Helens Star

    Walmsley expects Wigan pack to come hunting (From St Helens Star)
    St Helens Star
    SAINTS prop Alex Walmsley is excited at the prospect of helping to lay a platform for Australian Ben Barba to shine in the red vee.

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