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  • Premier League - Paper Round: Liverpool to offer swap deal for Christian Benteke

    Liverpool are hoping that Rickie Lambert can strengthen their bid to land Christian Benteke from Aston Villa. The Mirror claims that the Reds plan to offer Lambert up to Aston Villa as part of their offer for Benteke. Villa wanted to sign Lambert in January, but the striker didn't want to leave Anfield.

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  • Michelle Keegan weds her Mr Right

    Former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan has married her Mr Right. Keegan wed Mark Wright - who shot to fame on The Only Way Is Essex - at a celebrity-packed ceremony in Suffolk. Brooke Vincent, Antony Cotton and Sacha Parkinson were among Keegan's former Coronation Street colleagues who attended the ceremony.

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  • Next generation Dreamliners are taking off for Thomson Airways as fleet expansion revealed

    New jets can seat more passengers with bigger Premium cabin and allow carrier to look at fresh long-haul destination options

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  • Fearne Cotton Leaves Radio One: Her Career In Pictures (22 photos)

    As Fearne Cotton bids farewell to Radio One after ten years on the air, we take a look back at her Children's TV presenting beginnings all the way through to today. 1998: After winning a nationwide search for the next Disney Show presenter, Fearne lands

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  • Little girl throws tantrum in front of Obama at the White House

    The President of the United States has control over a lot of things - but this toddler caught mid-tantrum in his house left him beat. The Commander-in-Chief raised his hands in a gesture of helplessness as little Claudia Moser pounded out her frustrations on the White House carpet.

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  • Madeleine McCann investigator didn't listen to ANY tip-offs given to hotline - and squandered £500,000

    A private eye whose company was paid £500,000 from a public fund to find Madeleine McCann squandered the money on a series of bizarre schemes that had no chance of locating the missing child. Kevin Halligen, who claimed to have experience in the British secret services, was arrested last week in an Oxford hotel after an FBI manhunt over an unrelated £1.3million fraud case in America.

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  • US 'deeply troubled' by Russia's NGO law

    The United States said it was "deeply troubled" after Russian President Vladimir Putin officially enacted a controversial law banning what Moscow deems to be "undesirable" non-governmental organizations. Under the highly controversial law, passed by the Russian parliament this week, authorities can ban foreign NGOs and go after their employees, who risk up to six years in prison or being barred from the country. The move has been widely condemned by human rights groups, and critics have said that the vague wording of the law could also allow officials to target foreign businesses working in Russia.

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  • Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers embroiled in money row with ex-wife

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has thrashed out a deal with his ex-wife over maintenance payments. The 42-year-old football coach left his wife of 14 years, Susan, last year and has since been seen out with former-Liverpool worker Charlotte Hind, 31.

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  • Clarkson makes return with TV hint

    Jeremy Clarkson dropped his broadest hint yet of a return to television as he teamed up with his former Top Gear presenters during a live show. Around 5,500 spectators packed the Odyssey Arena to see the show.

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  • Pensioner, 70, charged with 1961 murder of funfair girl

    A man of 70 has been charged with the murder of a teenage girl 46 years after they were seen leaving a funfair together. Anthony Hall was arrested after police launched a coldcase review of the unsolved killing of 15-year-old Jacqueline Thomas in 1961. The murder sparked a manhunt involving hundreds of officers who quizzed workers at the Hughes biscuit factory where she worked, along with showmen at the funfair she had visited, as well as residents of hundreds of neighbouring homes. A poster appeal was launched and a plea for information was made at a Birmingham City versus Leicester City football match.

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  • In Pictures: The "mega yacht" fit for Roman Abramovich as it docks in Liverpool

    In a week when Liverpool is gearing up to welcome the Cunard Three Queens to the city for an epic three-day celebration, the interest in cruise liners visiting the Pier Head is at an all-time high. Today, the Liverpool Cruise Terminal welcomes Le Soleal, owned by French company Ponant - and we’ve managed to get on board and take a sneak peak around the facilities that her passengers are enjoying during their cruise holiday - and Mr Abramovich gets to enjoy all to himself. Facilities on board Le Soleal include a swimming pool, library, internet station, grill restaurant and panoramic terrace.

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  • What everyone is missing about ISIS' big week

    ISIS has made alarming gains in Iraq and Syria over the past week. Capturing Palmyra, a former Assad regime bastion in Syria, proved easier, as a collapsing Syrian military essentially vacated the city in the face of the ISIS advance. As these maps from the Institute for the Study of War demonstrates, ISIS has a sliver-shaped core of direct administrative control, insulated by hundreds of square miles of desert where the jihadist group and other militant forces maintain a degree of operational capability.

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  • Millionaire footballers to evade new 50% tax rate by taking wages as interest-free loans

    Millionaire Premier League footballers are planning to evade the controversial new 50p income tax rate by asking clubs to pay their hefty wages as interest-free loans. The tactic, which is being considered by some of the richest stars at Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool, would allow players to initially pay a mere 2.5 per cent tax on some of their earnings.

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  • Sikh student who broke religious protocol to save boy gets his own surprise

    A Sikh student who broke strict religious protocol to save a boy’s life has been rewarded generously for what he did. Harman Singh, 22, became known around the world for for removing his turban to put underneath the head of six-year-old Daejon Pahia when he was hit by a car. On top of that, he’s got a six months supply of Domino’s Pizzas as a thank you.

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  • Britain's Got Talent's Alesha Dixon Makes A Dig At Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's Miming

    The Britain's Got Talent judge is due to perform crackin' new single 'The Way We Are' on this week's live semi-finals, and has revealed that she's not afraid to sing live, unlike some. "In the past Cheryl has been given a bit of stick, but we're different artists.

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  • Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson leaving the soap after five years

    It’s official: Emmerdale’s Natalie Anderson has decided to quit the soap and her role as Alicia Metcalfe. Natalie also thanked her fans on Twitter. Thank u so much for the lovely msgs, n 4 the continued support for myself and Alicia ova the years, I'm v grateful n Ive loved playing her..

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  • Happy anniversary: Kim Kardashian shares unseen wedding pictures of her and Kanye West

    Kim Kardashian has shared a series of PDA-filled pictures of her and Kanye West, as a tribute to their one year wedding anniversary. The star posted them on her Instagram account with captions like “love”, “sexy” and also saying: “I love this man so much

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  • Reasons Why You Need At Least Two Cats

    One Cat is Cruel. Everyone needs at least two cats.

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  • Tory plan to scrap Human Rights Act: will it actually happen?

    David Cameron could soon face the first revolt of the new parliament over controversial plans to scrap the Human Rights Act and replace it with a British Bill of Rights. There is mounting opposition to the move among his Tory backbenchers and many are questioning whether he will be able to gather the support needed to push through the bill, which is expected to be published later on this parliament. What is the Human Rights Act? Introduced by Labour in 1998, the Human Rights Act received cross-party support.

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  • PICTURED: Baby arrives back in Slovakia after migrant mum moved to UK and abandoned him

    A BLUE-EYED baby born in Britain has been handed over to carers in Slovakia after his migrant mother decided she didn't want him anymore.

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