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Motorists urged to ‘not panic’ when they see emergency services on the road
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‘This was an appalling incident that caused great upset and distress to the victim,’ police say
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General Sir Richard Barrons said the deployment of WMD by Russia should be deterred by NATO and China.
Nicola Sturgeon was largely booed, and received some cheers, as she arrived at Dunfermline City Chambers on Monday. The First Minister of Scotland is attending an official council meeting where King Charles will formally mark the conferral of City status on Dunfermline.
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When Russia invaded Ukraine, Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov vowed support. But when a “partial mobilization” was announced two weeks ago, Kadyrov defied the Kremlin, saying Chechen conscription targets had been “overfulfilled.” Discontent and protest have extended to other minority areas as well.
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A WOMAN has shared a hack that could slash the cost of drying clothes by 80 per cent - and heat her living room at the same time.
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‘He had to be restrained’: Sacheen Littlefeather said John Wayne was behind the ‘most violent moment’ in Oscars history
In an interview published a month before her death, the actor and activist said she was told the Hollywood star had to be physically restrained following her speech protesting the poor treatment of Native Americans in film
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The Duke of Sussex looks “miserable” according to an official royal biographer, who claims that royals are happiest when they live a life of duty.
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A woman who pretended to be Prince Andrew's fiancee was able to trick her way past security because staff were too "terrified" to check with the royal, security experts have claimed.
Senior members of the royal family rarely put on public displays of affection, an unspoken rule famously followed by the late Queen Elizabeth II.