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Hospital trust faces inquiry after ministers order probe following deaths of ten babies  13 Feb 8:24pm Hospital trust faces inquiry after ministers order probe following deaths of ten babies 
Heartbreaking details of more than ten preventable deaths of babies at East Kent Hospital Trust have emerged, with 26 cases of poor care under investigation.
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Nuts way to die: RSPCA find charred remains of a squirrel they think was struck by LIGHTNING  13 Feb 7:57pm Nuts way to die: RSPCA find charred remains of a squirrel they think was struck by LIGHTNING 
The animal's charred body was found burned from head to toe in Caerphilly, a town in South Wales. The animal welfare charity believe the squirrel could have been killed by a lightning strike.
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Crufts judges who kept dogs in squalor are hit with £5,500 fine and forced to close kennels  13 Feb 7:46pm Crufts judges who kept dogs in squalor are hit with £5,500 fine and forced to close kennels 
Husband and wife Fiona and Raymond Scholes shut down Lucknow Farm Kennels in Staffordshire after a council investigation found the animals' were being kept in terrible conditions.
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The rise of Rishi Sunak, the new Chancellor of the Exchequer 13 Feb 6:28pm Updated The rise of Rishi Sunak, the new Chancellor of the Exchequer
A graduate of £42,000-per-year Winchester College and Oxford University, where he studied PPE, Rishi Sunak is believed to be one of the richest members of Parliament.
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Cabinet reshuffle: Sajid Javid resigns as he refused to sack staff 13 Feb 4:18pm Updated Cabinet reshuffle: Sajid Javid resigns as he refused to sack staff
Mr Javid broke cover after sending shockwaves through Westminster by falling on his sword over Mr Cummings' plot for a 'bonfire' of all special advisers who will not meekly fall into line.
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British couple David and Sally Abel quarantined on Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan on GMB 13 Feb 4:11pm Updated British couple David and Sally Abel quarantined on Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan on GMB
David and Sally Abel are among 2,500 passengers who have been stuck on the Diamond Princess off the Japanese coast since February 3.
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Coronavirus scare in ISLINGTON: GP surgery closes and is scrubbed down 13 Feb 4:09pm Updated Coronavirus scare in ISLINGTON: GP surgery closes and is scrubbed down
A notice appeared on the Ritchie Street Health Centre's door earlier saying the closure was 'due to the coronavirus'. But no patients from or staff at the practice have tested positive.
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83 Brits quarantined on the Wirral are allowed home after testing negative for coronavirus 13 Feb 3:55pm Updated 83 Brits quarantined on the Wirral are allowed home after testing negative for coronavirus
Health officials confirmed all of the isolated 83 Britons tested negative for the killer SARS-2 virus, following a 14-day stint at Arrowe Park Hospital.
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Barclays chief executive Jes Staley investigated by FCA for links with Jeffrey Epstein 13 Feb 3:36pm Updated Barclays chief executive Jes Staley investigated by FCA for links with Jeffrey Epstein
Barclays boss Jes Staley is under investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Conduct Authority over whether he accurately described his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
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Dad Chris Skidmore celebrates sacking as universities minister 13 Feb 3:04pm Updated Dad Chris Skidmore celebrates sacking as universities minister
The Kingswood MP marked the end of his second term in the role by posting pictures on Twitter of himself with daughter Ottolie, who was born in November.
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Cabinet reshuffle: Rishi Sunak replaces Sajid Javid as Chancellor 13 Feb 1:59pm Updated Cabinet reshuffle: Rishi Sunak replaces Sajid Javid as Chancellor
Mr Johnson started the day by sacking Andrea Leadsom as Business Secretary, Theresa Villiers as Environment Secretary and Esther McVey as housing minister.
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Extinction Rebellion dig up lawn outside Home Office in coal mining protest 13 Feb 1:57pm Updated Extinction Rebellion dig up lawn outside Home Office in coal mining protest
Extinction Rebellion dug up a lawn outside the Home Office and Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to protest against coal mine expansion in Durham this morning.
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BMW is the victim of severe flooding after the River Thames bursts its banks 13 Feb 1:48pm Updated BMW is the victim of severe flooding after the River Thames bursts its banks
A 17-year-old silver BMW Z4 car was seen floating in a severely flooded area of Putney at the beginning of this week. Water levels of the River Thames rose to 21.7 feet in the area yesterday.
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Woman arrested on suspicion of murder after man fell to death 13 Feb 1:34pm Updated Woman arrested on suspicion of murder after man fell to death
The man plunged to his death from a nine-storey building in North Finchley around 3.20pm yesterday. An open window (circled) was spotted at the scene today.
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David Beckham delights fans at Somerset service station by posing for selfies 13 Feb 12:17pm Updated David Beckham delights fans at Somerset service station by posing for selfies
The former Manchester United and England midfielder was spotted buying supplies at a Tesco petrol station in Somerset, and cheerfully posed for selfies before leaving.
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Bonfire of the spads: Special advisers become casualties from war at heart of government 13 Feb 10:52am Bonfire of the spads: Special advisers become casualties from war at heart of government
Today's ultimatum to Mr Javid to sack his closest team and accept aides answering to Mr Cummings is the culmination of a naked power grab by the maverick strategy chief.
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How the killer coronavirus compares to SARS, swine flu and Ebola: Interactive map 13 Feb 10:16am Updated How the killer coronavirus compares to SARS, swine flu and Ebola: Interactive map
The map tracks the lethal flu-like infection, which has killed more than 1,300 people and infected 60,000 - mostly in China - and pits it against SARS in 2003, swine flu in 2009 and Ebola in 2014.
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Cold War armoured car used by the British Army that can reach 50mph is up for sale for £20,000 13 Feb 10:02am Updated Cold War armoured car used by the British Army that can reach 50mph is up for sale for £20,000
The Ferret scout car was used by the British Army of the Rhine during the Cold War. 6ft tall and runs on petrol, clocking in 7,000 miles, it is expected to fetch £20,000 when it goes to auction in Salisbury.
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Soft top BMW is the victim of severe flooding after the River Thames bursts its banks 13 Feb 9:24am Soft top BMW is the victim of severe flooding after the River Thames bursts its banks
A BMW soft-top car was seen floating in a severely flooded area of Putney at the beginning of this week. Water levels of the River Thames rose to 21. 7 feet in the area yesterday.
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Family of anorexic, 27, who died weighing FOUR STONE slam lack of eating disorder services in Kent 13 Feb 9:08am Updated Family of anorexic, 27, who died weighing FOUR STONE slam lack of eating disorder services in Kent
Hayley Smith died aged 27 after battling anorexia nervosa for 15 years. Her family claim she was 'failed' by a lack of services in Kent, meaning Hayley would travel hours to get to the nearest clinic.
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Woman arrested on suspicion of murder after man plunges to his death from a London building 13 Feb 8:38am Updated Woman arrested on suspicion of murder after man plunges to his death from a London building
The man plunged to his death from a nine-storey building in North Finchley around 3.20pm yesterday. An open window (circled) was spotted at the scene today.
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Tesco delivery van slams into cyclist when the driver turns left across blue London bike lane  13 Feb 8:13am Updated Tesco delivery van slams into cyclist when the driver turns left across blue London bike lane 
Video recorded by another cyclist riding on Millbank, near Vauxhall Bridge in London, shows a Tesco delivery van turning into a cul-de-sac at the same time a bike is passing and knocking the rider off.
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Dresden bombing survivor Victor Gregg 100 on Good Morning Britain 75th anniversary 13 Feb 7:58am Dresden bombing survivor Victor Gregg 100 on Good Morning Britain 75th anniversary
Riflemen Victor Gregg was one of hundreds of men being held as a prisoner of war in Dresden by the Germans.
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Train row explodes into violence as stressed passengers lashes out at drunk 13 Feb 7:58am Updated Train row explodes into violence as stressed passengers lashes out at drunk
The woman had previously shouted 'you're dead' at the man and threatened other London Overground passengers, before throwing a bottle of gin in his face as she got off.
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ASOS owner is locked in row over plans for tourist village in Scottish Highlands 13 Feb 7:39am Updated ASOS owner is locked in row over plans for tourist village in Scottish Highlands
Danish tycoon Anders Holch Povlsen (pictured with his wife Anne Storm) wants to build the development in a village off an iconic Scottish tourist route known as the North Coast 500.
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Stockbroker who hanged himself while under suspicion of killing his ex wrote two suicide notes 13 Feb 7:10am Stockbroker who hanged himself while under suspicion of killing his ex wrote two suicide notes
John Ozbilgen, 29, killed himself less than a month after Stephanie Parze, 25, went missing on October 30. Her body was discovered by teenagers in New Jersey woods on January 27.
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Jeff Bezos spends record $165 million on LA love nest for girlfriend Lauren Sanchez 13 Feb 7:09am Jeff Bezos spends record $165 million on LA love nest for girlfriend Lauren Sanchez
Bezos dropped $165m on the sprawling nine-acre estate in Beverly Hills, which boasts terraces, guest houses, a tennis court, and a nine-hole golf course. He also spent $90m on another property.
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Powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake strikes off of Japan and Russia  13 Feb 7:07am Powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake strikes off of Japan and Russia 
The earthquake hit offshore, 62 miles southeast of Russia's Kuril Islands, the US Geological Survey said. The underwater earthquake happened 100 miles below the ocean's surface.
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Street pianist, 12, wows a crowd of shoppers in Liverpool as he performs 1990s dance anthems 13 Feb 6:53am Street pianist, 12, wows a crowd of shoppers in Liverpool as he performs 1990s dance anthems
Harrison Crane, 12, wowed shoppers at Liverpool ONE with a string of 1990s dance tunes including Robert Miles' Children, Blue (Da Ba Dee), and Finnish DJ Darude's 1999 Sandstorm.
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Adelaide family whose house burnt down has patriach die 13 Feb 6:50am Adelaide family whose house burnt down has patriach die
Father-of-three Michael Claxton died of a heart attack last week while on a business trip in Sydney, aged just 37.
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Michael Clark has drinks in Bondi after annoucning Kyly Boldy split 13 Feb 6:39am Michael Clark has drinks in Bondi after annoucning Kyly Boldy split
Michael Clarke was spotted having a few drinks with friends on Thursday after being dropped off at a Bondi Beach bar by his glamorous assistant Sasha Armstrong.
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Pubs get green light to stay open two hours longer on VE day celebration 13 Feb 6:10am Updated Pubs get green light to stay open two hours longer on VE day celebration
Home Secretary Priti Patel will lay an order before UK Parliament to formally extend licensing hours on Friday 8 May, giving celebrants an extra-two hours to take them into the morning.
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Former British Airways steward reveals cabin crew secrets in book Journey Of A Reluctant Air Steward 13 Feb 5:20am Updated Former British Airways steward reveals cabin crew secrets in book Journey Of A Reluctant Air Steward
In Journey Of A Reluctant Air Steward, Simon J Marton, from Wiltshire, produces a Jumbo-sized volume of revelations from his time in the skies.
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HS2 may run slower in the North to cut costs, ministers warn  13 Feb 4:02am Updated HS2 may run slower in the North to cut costs, ministers warn 
HS2 trains will have a top speed of 225mph, but only on relatively straight stretches of track - around 60 per cent of the line from London to Birmingham but less further north.
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Britain should double its number of trainee doctors to meet aging population 13 Feb 4:01am Updated Britain should double its number of trainee doctors to meet aging population
Professor Andrew Goddard, president of the Royal College of Physicians, said demand for NHS services was going up in a 'straight line' of 3.5 per cent a year.
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Killer and rapist are set to walk free and could be on the streets thanks to appeal courts 13 Feb 3:43am Killer and rapist are set to walk free and could be on the streets thanks to appeal courts
Knifeman Fitzroy Daley stabbed a 50-year-old man to death after a minor scuffle outside a pub, and was jailed for ten years.
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Kelly Brook traumatised as thieves burgle £3m London home and steal jewellery 13 Feb 3:25am Updated Kelly Brook traumatised as thieves burgle £3m London home and steal jewellery
The TV star is understood to have disturbed the intruder after returning to her £3m London home after presenting her Heart FM radio show last night. Kelly, 40, is said to be extremely shaken.
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Duchess tells REBECCA ENGLISH how her own friends have suffered domestic violence 13 Feb 3:25am Updated Duchess tells REBECCA ENGLISH how her own friends have suffered domestic violence
As part of her crusade to help abused women, the Duchess of Cornwall hosted a reception for the 15th anniversary of domestic abuse charity SafeLives yesterday and met with survivors.
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