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Is the UK economy back on track?

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By David Burridge,  Politicians are quick to point out that the economy is growing, commentators keep mentioning austerity and the word recession continues to stick around like a bad headache. But what does it all mean? With the announcement that the UK economy grew by 0.8% in the first quarter of 2014, the UK has […]

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Mr Scandalous: A timeline of Silvio Berlusconi’s scandals

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By Simon Farnsworth Whoever said politics is dull has obviously never taken into account the exuberant Italian billionaire that is Silvio Berlusconi. The 77-year-old has survived more scandals than all the members of the English football team combined but his days as a political force in Italy now seem numbered. From bunga bunga parties to allegedly sleeping with underage […]

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What constitutes “news”? Musings on the American-centric nature of journalism

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By Matthew Hill If you are to open a newspaper, switch on a television or radio news bulletin, or visit an online news website you may ask yourself: why is one story deemed more “important” than another? Who decides? And, what is their reasoning? Recently, media coverage of certain world events has certainly prompted me […]

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ICYMI: Charles Ramsey gives one of the best interviews you will ever see (Video & Memes)

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Charles Ramsey, the man hailed as a hero for the role he played in helping Amanda Berry escape, gave one of the best interviews you will ever see (You can watch it in full below). It contained these fantastic quotes: McDonald’s responded with…

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From Boy Scout to NASA Astronaut, Neil Armstrong proved that anything is possible

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By Jake Tudge, Aviation and Space Correspondent  “This is one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” These words will be engraved in the memory of every school child from the space race era and indeed all the children of the future. For Neil Armstrong did not achieve something to be remembered in […]

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Breivik describes the Utoeya massacre

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By Alex Jones  Day five of the Anders Behring Breivik trial saw the extremist describe in detail how he killed people who were “begging for their lives” on the island of Utoeya. Breivik killed 77 people last July- eight in Oslo with a car bomb and 69 on the island of Utoeya. The 33-year-old told […]

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FARC rebels release last 10 military hostages

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By Simon Farnsworth Columbia’s FARC rebels have released their last 10 military and police hostages. However, the rebel group is still believed to be holding a number of civilians captive. A Brazilian helicopter collected the hostages- some of whom have been held captive for 14 years- late last night from the Columbian jungle and flew them to the city […]

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The Morning Briefing

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By Alex Jones BUDGET 2012: The coalition is under fire over the removal of tax allowances from pensioners. HRMC states this will lead to 4.4m pensioners being an average £83 a year worse off. TOULOUSE SHOOTINGS: The siege of a gunman’s apartment suspected of killing seven people in southern France is nearing its end according to the police. […]

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Shakira nominated for Prince Of Asturias Concord award

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By Naila Missous, Bacelona Colombian singer Shakira has been nominated for a Prince of Asturias Concord award for her humanitarian and voluntary work. The Prince of Asturias Concord award are a series of prestigious annual prizes awarded by the Prince of Asturias Foundation in Spain. The nomination has come in recognition of her involvement with the Barefoot Foundation, Latin Americans […]

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Romney leads Republican nomination as Presidential race heats up

By Vanessa Martinez, California Republican front-runner Mitt Romney is attempting to restore his image just a day away from the January 10 primary in New Hampshire. According to CBS News, Republican Newt Gingrich lashed out on Sunday against Romney at the NBC News/Facebook debate in Concord, New Hampshire. “If you look at The New York […]

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