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EU referendum: Gove and Johnson challenge PM on immigration

BBC News - ‎3 hours ago‎
Two of the PM's most senior colleagues have told David Cameron to accept the failure of the government's manifesto pledge to reduce migration into the UK.
Tory's brexit civil war escalates as leave campaigners target pm
The Tory party is disastrously split over Brexit – and the real fight begins on June 24
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Racist Croydon police officer who ignored reports of stabbing sacked for gross misconduct

Croydon Advertiser - ‎12 hours ago‎
A racist police sergeant who ignored reports of an ultimately fatal stabbing less than a mile away from the station she was in has been sacked for gross misconduct.
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Ken Livingstone dropped from LBC radio show

ITV News - ‎1 hour ago‎
Ken Livingstone's Saturday morning radio show has been dropped by LBC following his recent controversial claim that Adolf Hitler has supported Zionism.
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Revealed: the 'suspicious object' which brought part of Liverpool ONE to a standstill

Liverpool Echo - ‎13 hours ago‎
A suspicious package which brought part of Liverpool One to a standstill has been revealed - an annoying beeping security tag which had been wrapped in tape to muffle it.
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Shropshire MPs claim 'EU army' would undercut Nato - ‎22 hours ago‎
A so-called “EU army” would undermine the work of Nato - according to two Shropshire MPs. army soldier stock. 0. Comments. Daniel Kawczynski and Mark Pritchard say the peacekeeping organisation has worked defending Europe for many years and a ...
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Fiend who went on 'rape tour' of Britain​ jailed

The Courier - ‎18 hours ago‎
A sex fiend was captured on CCTV on a 7,000 mile 'rape tour' of Britain's universities in which he would target women incapacitated by alcohol during cheap student drink promotions.
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Boozy Brits soak up Bank Holiday sun at festivals as the UK gets set for another scorcher tomorrow

The Sun - ‎11 hours ago‎
BOOZY Brits soaked up the Bank Holiday sun today as they enjoyed the warm weather across the country. Revellers were seen sunning themselves in parks and at festivals across the country as the mercury soared to the mid 20s.
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Praise for Gusford Primary after being one of 27 schools nationally targeted by hoax bomb threats

Ipswich Star - ‎21 hours ago‎
Police evacuated Gusford Primary School in Ipswich after a bomb threat. It was later confirmed to be a hoax. Parents have praised an Ipswich primary school for its quick action after a hoax bomb threat yesterday morning.

Ethnic Minorities Could Swing EU Ref Outcome

Sky News - ‎2 hours ago‎
Campaigners are concerned that the tone of the referendum debate - which has focused on immigration - is alienating voters. 04:14, UK, Sunday 29 May 2016.
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Archive: Aylesbury High Street in the 1920s

Bucks Herald - ‎37 minutes ago‎
This is how Aylesbury High Street appeared in around 1922 when looking towards the town centre from its junction with Railway Street.
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Backlash after Lord Sugar gets business job from Cameron - ‎May 26, 2016‎
APPRENTICE boss Alan Sugar was yesterday branded totally unsuitable for his new role as the Government's enterprise tsar. By John Chapman.
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No-longer-legal highs: Everything you need to know about the ban

Leigh Journal - ‎May 27, 2016‎
LEGAL highs are legal no more after a blanket ban came into force today, Wednesday. Here's what you need to know about the ban and the consequences of breaking the Psychoactive Substances Act - which was originally expected to be rolled out in April.
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Welsh holidaymaker in 'serious' condition after Magaluf hotel balcony fall

South Wales Evening Post - ‎22 hours ago‎
A WELSH holidaymaker is in a coma in hospital after plunging from a balcony on the first night out of his stay in the Spanish resort of Magaluf.