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 Ban phones in schools and bring back old fashioned punishments like lines, Ofsted chief demands 20 Jun 9:04pm Updated Ban phones in schools and bring back old fashioned punishments like lines, Ofsted chief demands
Schools that ban mobile phones and impose old-fashioned punishments such as writing lines and litter-picking will get full backing from Ofsted, its chief Amanda Spielman says
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 Hairless dead dogs laid out to be served as meat in China  20 Jun 8:42pm Hairless dead dogs laid out to be served as meat in China 
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Thousands of canines have been skinned and butchered before being served up for human consumption at the Yulin festival in China.
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 Bunging Hampshire Police failed relatives of Gosport Hospital opiate scandal 20 Jun 8:41pm Bunging Hampshire Police failed relatives of Gosport Hospital opiate scandal
In its damning report published yesterday, an independent panel laid bare how Hampshire police failed to pursue a 'wider investigation' into failings despite three inquiries over 12 years.
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 Stop calling people who report rape or sexual assaults ‘victims’ 20 Jun 8:25pm Stop calling people who report rape or sexual assaults ‘victims’
In a powerful rebuke to police chiefs, the Appeal judge said there should be a change of culture in police forces to ensure that allegations are properly investigated.
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 Gosport Memorial Hospital nurses Anita Turbitt silenced by bosses over Dr Jane Barton opioids 20 Jun 8:20pm Updated Gosport Memorial Hospital nurses Anita Turbitt silenced by bosses over Dr Jane Barton opioids
Night nurses Anita Tubbritt and Sylvia Giffin first realised something was wrong at Gosport War Memorial Hospital as long ago as 1991, yesterday's report reveals.
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 Desperate May pleads for Labour Brexiteers to save her from EU Bill defeat 20 Jun 7:58pm Updated Desperate May pleads for Labour Brexiteers to save her from EU Bill defeat
The government won 319 to 303 to defeat a potentially explosive amendment that would have allowed the Commons to overrule the PM.
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 DHS writing an order to end child separations at the border 20 Jun 6:20pm Updated DHS writing an order to end child separations at the border
'I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated,' the president on Wednesday stated.
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 Newlywed husband puts his wedding ring for sale on eBay 20 Jun 4:11pm Updated Newlywed husband puts his wedding ring for sale on eBay
Andy Mitchell, from Fife in Scotland, posted a picture of the wedding rings he and his wife exchanged at their £30,000 dream wedding ceremony in Mexico.
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 Labour MP Naz Shah taken to Commons vote in wheelchair 20 Jun 2:11pm Labour MP Naz Shah taken to Commons vote in wheelchair
Naz Shah, the MP for Bradford West, was released from hospital and wheeled through the division lobbies clutching a sick bucket for the vote.
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 Core of Grenfell cladding panels burned as hot as flaming petrol and turned into fiery droplets 20 Jun 1:19pm Core of Grenfell cladding panels burned as hot as flaming petrol and turned into fiery droplets
Professor Luke Bisby, a fire expert who analysed the spread of the Grenfell inferno, told a hearing on Wednesday that the cladding panels' core was capable of burning as hot as petrol.
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 Irish model, 19, faces a year in a Thai prison for promoting illegal betting sites 20 Jun 12:21pm Irish model, 19, faces a year in a Thai prison for promoting illegal betting sites
Jessie Vard, from Donegal, moved to Bangkok, Thailand as a child and has since amassed millions of fans since becoming a glamour model.
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 Two more bodies are found at Beachy Head 20 Jun 12:21pm Two more bodies are found at Beachy Head
Two more bodies have been found under the cliffs at Beachy Head, East Sussex, bringing the total to seven in the last week after a mother and her son along with three other bodies were discovered.
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 Doctor keeps job after crash left teenager paralysed 20 Jun 12:04pm Updated Doctor keeps job after crash left teenager paralysed
Dr David Rawaf from Surrey faced being struck off after he accelerated at traffic lights and crashed, leaving a teenager paralysed, but has been researching ways to help her walk.
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 Elizabeth Mary Isherwood died after getting trapped naked in airing cupboard 20 Jun 11:09am Updated Elizabeth Mary Isherwood died after getting trapped naked in airing cupboard
Elizabeth Isherwood (pictured), from Wolverhampton, died from hypothermia after getting stuck in an airing cupboard while naked, having gotten lost while visiting the toilet in the middle of the night.
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 Mystery of the strange Scottish balls: Archaeologists bewildered by 5,000 year old carved stones 20 Jun 10:18am Mystery of the strange Scottish balls: Archaeologists bewildered by 5,000 year old carved stones
More than 500 strange carved balls from the Stone Age have been found in northeast Scotland, the Orkney Islands, England, Ireland and one in Norway.
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 Why is banned ex-FIFA boss Sepp Blatter at the World Cup? 20 Jun 7:25am Updated Why is banned ex-FIFA boss Sepp Blatter at the World Cup?
Disgraced former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has defied a ban to attend World Cup matches and arrived in Moscow at the invitation of President Vladimir Putin.
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 Harry Kane is a football hero England can be proud of 20 Jun 6:47am Harry Kane is a football hero England can be proud of
Harry Kane, who scored twice in the 2-1 win on Monday, handed all the credit to his team-mates, praising their ‘togetherness’ and the ‘great bond’ that had developed between them.
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 Graffiti community pays tribute to victims killed by train in London  20 Jun 6:42am Updated Graffiti community pays tribute to victims killed by train in London 
Harrison Scott-Hood, 23, (pictured with his arts agent mother Susie) travelled to Loughborough Junction, south London from Muswell Hill but died after being struck by a train at night.
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 Southgate station explosion: At least five people injured in blast 20 Jun 6:36am Updated Southgate station explosion: At least five people injured in blast
Terrified commuters fled Southgate Tube station in panic after an electronic device overheated and a 23-year-old from Enfield has been arrested and released under investigation.
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 NHS boss warns of cannabis addiction risk for children in drugs row 20 Jun 6:15am NHS boss warns of cannabis addiction risk for children in drugs row
NHS boss Simon Stevens noted that young people come to think of smoking marijuana as safe in countries where it has been decriminalised.
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 Richard Branson’s Virgin healthcare firm wins £2m after suing NHS 20 Jun 6:12am Richard Branson’s Virgin healthcare firm wins £2m after suing NHS
Richard Branson’s Virgin private health firm sued the NHS after losing an £82million contract. Virgin Care claimed there were ‘serious flaws in the procurement process’ and won a settlement.
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 Zara and Mike Tindall welcome their second child 20 Jun 6:09am Zara and Mike Tindall welcome their second child
The royal and her rugby player husband, who already have daughter Mia Grace, welcomed a little girl on Monday, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson announced today.
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 How to block those infuriating phone pests 20 Jun 5:01am Updated How to block those infuriating phone pests
Britons were bombarded with 3.9 billion nuisance phone calls and text messages last year — the equivalent of 7,420 every minute, according to watchdog Ofcom.
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 Scientists work out your risk of dying early because of alcohol 20 Jun 4:19am Scientists work out your risk of dying early because of alcohol
Current UK guidelines advise a maximum of 14 units of alcohol a week - six pints of average strength beer or seven medium sized glasses of wine.
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 Kimberley Miners on how ISIS recruiter brainwashed her on Facebook 20 Jun 4:17am Updated Kimberley Miners on how ISIS recruiter brainwashed her on Facebook
Glamour model Kimberley Miners, 29, from London, claims she was groomed and indoctrinated online by IS recruiter Naweed Hussain and almost ended up in Syria as his wife.
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 Doctors ordered to recognise the ‘human value’ of patients with dementia in major care overhaul 20 Jun 3:55am Updated Doctors ordered to recognise the ‘human value’ of patients with dementia in major care overhaul
New rules will govern how UK dementia patients are treated as a care watchdog orders GPs to recognise 'human value' by treating sufferers as individuals. This will impact 1million patients. (file photo).
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 BBC comedy boss says Oxbridge white blokes of Python would be refused 20 Jun 3:50am BBC comedy boss says Oxbridge white blokes of Python would be refused
Head of comedy Shane Allen said shows like Monty Python (pictured) would not get on the BBC today because the days of ‘Oxbridge white bloke’s’ comedy are in the past and diversity is needed.
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 Why HAS Britain given £1bn foreign aid to a brutal African regime? 20 Jun 3:46am Updated Why HAS Britain given £1bn foreign aid to a brutal African regime?
To his opponents Paul Kagame is a butcher and a war criminal who runs a brutal one-party state. He regularly purges loyalists in the army, convinced that coup plotters are everywhere.
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 Moment abused bear sees outside of cage for first time in years after rescue from Armenian zoo 20 Jun 3:44am Moment abused bear sees outside of cage for first time in years after rescue from Armenian zoo
In the clip, filmed by International Animal Rescue, workers can be seen removing the thick iron bars outside a small room at the zoo in Echmiadzin, Armenia, where the bear is lying.
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 The eight London boroughs where house prices have more than TRIPLED in the last 15 years  20 Jun 3:30am The eight London boroughs where house prices have more than TRIPLED in the last 15 years 
House prices in some London boroughs, including Hackney and Waltham Forest have jumped more than 300 per cent since the year 2000. Other parts of the country have also seen a big rise.
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 Police drone spots missing 75-year-old who spent all night stuck in marsh 20 Jun 3:19am Updated Police drone spots missing 75-year-old who spent all night stuck in marsh
Some 50 people took part in a huge search to find Peter Pugh after he was reported missing when he vanished during an evening walk with friends in Norfolk.
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 Couple flying from Birmingham to Kos on TUI had to wait 30 hours 20 Jun 3:17am Couple flying from Birmingham to Kos on TUI had to wait 30 hours
Rebecca Poulson and her partner, from Leicestershire, was among the hundreds stranded at Birmingham Airport on Saturday (pictured) after a their flight was delayed by 30 hours.
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 No Joke: Head of BBC comedy says Oxbridge white blokes of Python wouldn’t get on TV now  20 Jun 3:13am Updated No Joke: Head of BBC comedy says Oxbridge white blokes of Python wouldn’t get on TV now 
Head of comedy Shane Allen said shows like Monty Python (pictured) would not get on the BBC today because the days of ‘Oxbridge white bloke’s’ comedy are in the past and diversity is needed.
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 Anti-Brexit Tories facing a grassroots revolt after threatening to side with Labour 20 Jun 3:11am Updated Anti-Brexit Tories facing a grassroots revolt after threatening to side with Labour
A band of diehard Tory Remainers were refusing to back down last night over a Commons vote designed to give Parliament the final say over Brexit.
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 Care worker, 60, died after getting trapped naked in an airing cupboard 20 Jun 3:08am Updated Care worker, 60, died after getting trapped naked in an airing cupboard
Elizabeth Mary Isherwood, 60, of Wolverhampton, died during a week-long stay at a holiday complex near Machynlleth in Wales last year.
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 Guatemalan asylum-seeker sues Trump admin for taking her son 20 Jun 3:07am Guatemalan asylum-seeker sues Trump admin for taking her son
Beata Mariana de Jesus Mejia-Mejia was never indicted for illegally entering the country, but officials won't tell where her son Darwin is, according to her federal lawsuit.
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 BBC’s brave George Alagiah fights back in second cancer battle 20 Jun 2:43am BBC’s brave George Alagiah fights back in second cancer battle
BBC News presenter George Alagiah, 62, was first diagnosed with the disease in 2014 and appeared to have beaten it a year later.
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 Glamour model reveals how ISIS recruiter brainwashed her on Facebook 20 Jun 2:37am Updated Glamour model reveals how ISIS recruiter brainwashed her on Facebook
Glamour model Kimberley Miners, 29, from London, claims she was groomed and indoctrinated online by IS recruiter Naweed Hussain and almost ended up in Syria as his wife.
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 British twin sisters are convicted of attacking a policewoman 20 Jun 2:16am Updated British twin sisters are convicted of attacking a policewoman
Pictured: Alena and Sasha Parker, 37, fiercely protested their innocence when they were arrested outside a luxury hotel in the Gulf state in August last year.
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 Knives and gun amnesty sees huge hauls amassed in Essex and West Midlands 20 Jun 1:59am Updated Knives and gun amnesty sees huge hauls amassed in Essex and West Midlands
One haul handed in to West Midlands police in just a three-week period included a .44 Magnum revolver, 20 shotguns, a Winchester Repeater rifle as well a Second World War flare gun.
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