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Murder probe launched after man shot dead in Dorset

A murder investigation has been launched after a man was shot dead in East Dorset.

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Swiss climber who died near Everest 'was David Beckham of mountaineering'

Swiss climber Ueli Steck, who has died i n an accident near Mount Everest, was the David Beckham of the mountaineering world and will "go down as one of the greatest ever", according to one of Britain's most honoured mountaineers.

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Shannen Doherty in remission from breast cancer

Hollywood actress Shannen Doherty has announced that she is in remission from breast cancer.

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Saira Khan: Abuse as teenager disconnected my sexuality from my body

Presenter Saira Khan said being molested as a teenager led to "a disconnect" between her sexuality and her body, as she shed her inhibitions to pose in swimwear with her fellow Loose Women stars.

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PM rejects calls for UK to settle EU 'divorce bill' before trade talks begin

Theresa May has brushed off calls for the UK to settle its Brexit bill before embarking on trade talks.

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Kate and Gerry McCann vow to do 'whatever it takes' to find Madeleine

The parents of Madeleine McCann have vowed to do "whatever it takes for as long as it takes" to find her as they prepare to mark the tenth anniversary of her disappearance.

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Motorcross event closed after rider dies and another injured

A rider has died and another was seriously injured in two separate incidents at a quad and motocross event.

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Tories and Labour vow not to raise VAT if they win General Election

VAT looks set to stay at 20% or less until 2022 after the Conservatives and Labour promised not to increase the tax on goods and services if they win the General Election.

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Man dies after being hit by car following 'altercation'

A man has died after he was seriously injured when he was hit by a car following an "altercation", police have said.

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Corbyn: Labour government would be brave enough to tackle hole in school budgets

Labour is "brave enough" to tackle a £3 billion hole in school budgets, Jeremy Corbyn has said.

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21 million savers affected by cut in Premium Bond prize and NS&I rates

Savers will be dealt another blow from Monday as NS&I snips some of its savings rates and slashes the Premium Bond prize pot.

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Supermarkets should sell 'wonky veg' to help cut food waste

Supermarkets should sell "wonky veg" as part of their main fruit and vegetable lines to help cut food waste, MPs have urged.

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David Cameron has battle on his hands for control of luxury shepherd's hut

Former prime minister David Cameron says he has a battle on his hands to try to turn a luxury cabin for his Cotswolds' garden into his writing den.

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MPs in call to boost research in regenerative medicine

Ministers should work with the NHS to boost research into new stem cell therapies and introduce a fast-track system for bringing them to patients, MPs have said.

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UK must improve 'lackadaisical' response to modern slavery, MPs say

Theresa May has been urged by MPs to step up Britain's response to modern slavery because victims face a "lackadaisical" response to their "unimaginable" suffering which can leave them destitute while their abusers go free.

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to celebrate Princess Charlotte's second birthday

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate their daughter Princess Charlotte's second birthday on Tuesday.

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Family of brain-damaged serviceman seeks Russian treatment

A serviceman in his late 20s who suffered brain damage when assaulted might get specialist treatment at a clinic in Russia.

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Boris Johnson's sister accuses Brexiteers of selling 'faulty goods'

Boris Johnson's fellow Brexiteers have been accused of selling "faulty goods" over their broken promises on Europe by his now-Liberal Democrat sister.

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McCanns: We've seen the worst and best of human nature

Madeleine McCann's parents admit they have been shocked by hurtful online abuse - but prefer to focus on the kindness shown towards them by well-wishers over the past decade.

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May urges Scottish voters to reject SNP after Corbyn slams her 'simple slogans'

Theresa May has urged Scottish voters to stand up against SNP "separatists" and again pitched her "strong and stable leadership" after being accused by Jeremy Corbyn of relying on "simple slogans".

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