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A-level results are in for Loughborough and Charnwood schools – LoughboroughEcho.net

17. August 2017

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LoughboroughEcho.net A-level results are in for Loughborough and Charnwood schools LoughboroughEcho.net “The academic achievement of Loughborough Grammar School students is complemented by their excellence in sport, music, drama and in the community service and other activities that have developed their character, so that they leave us ready to play a ... and more »

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Man blackmailed ex-lover’s frail mother in £10000 plot – Evening Standard

17. August 2017

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Evening Standard Man blackmailed ex-lover's frail mother in £10000 plot Evening Standard A welder tried to blackmail his former partner's frail mother out of £10,000 by threatening to report her for benefit fraud. David Ward, 32, believed 60-year-old Christine Anne Gullefer had not done enough to support him, her daughter or their child ..

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Abusive boyfriend of Aberdeen student who took her own life kicked … – Aberdeen Evening Express

17. August 2017

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Aberdeen Evening Express Abusive boyfriend of Aberdeen student who took her own life kicked ... Aberdeen Evening Express The boyfriend of an Aberdeen University student who took her own life after weeks of his abuse has been thrown off his course.

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Hurricane Gert to bring mixed weather for UK – Herald Series

16. August 2017

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Herald Series Hurricane Gert to bring mixed weather for UK Herald Series Hurricane Gert is expected to bring warm weather to parts of the UK and leave others battling strong winds and heavy rain. The remnants of the storm are likely to unleash a bout of bad weather as they hit northern and western areas on Sunday, the Met ...

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Three Arrested Under Terrorism Act Following Belfast Searches – 4ni – 4ni.co.uk

16. August 2017

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4ni.co.uk Three Arrested Under Terrorism Act Following Belfast Searches - 4ni 4ni.co.uk Men Detained In Connection With Paramilitary-Style Shootings. and more »

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‘Homeless hero’ denies stealing from stricken Manchester Arena attack casualties – Herald Series

16. August 2017

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Herald Series 'Homeless hero' denies stealing from stricken Manchester Arena attack casualties Herald Series “Homeless hero” Chris Parker said “I have done nothing. Absolutely nothing” after he was accused in court of stealing from two people injured in the Manchester Arena bombing. Parker, 33, is alleged to have stolen a purse and its contents belonging to ...

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Birmingham bin collections to resume as union suspends action in jobs row – Herald Series

16. August 2017

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Herald Series Birmingham bin collections to resume as union suspends action in jobs row Herald Series Bin collection will return to normal in Birmingham after progress was made in a long-running dispute involving refuse collection workers, conciliation service Acas said. The Unite union had warned that the dispute could last until Christmas, with ... and more »

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UK Govt: No Checkpoints Between NI And RoI Following Brexit – 4ni.co.uk

16. August 2017

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4ni.co.uk UK Govt: No Checkpoints Between NI And RoI Following Brexit 4ni.co.uk Rhonda Hussey claimed Jobseeker's Allowance and Housing Benefit totalling £8,309 while failing to declare employment. She was given 150 hours community service . 15 August 2017

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CRICKET: Faringdon beat leaders Charlbury to reignite title hopes … – Herald Series

16. August 2017

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Herald Series CRICKET: Faringdon beat leaders Charlbury to reignite title hopes ... Herald Series FARINGDON kept their OCA League Division 1 title hopes alive with a nine-wicket win against leaders Charlbury. CRICKET: Faringdon thrash Charlbury to reignite their title challenge The Oxford Times all 3 news articles »

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MPs ask for review after ding-dong over silencing Big Ben’s bongs – Irvine Times

15. August 2017

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Irvine Times MPs ask for review after ding-dong over silencing Big Ben's bongs Irvine Times MPs have asked for a review into the silencing of Big Ben's bongs following a backlash over the chimes being stopped for four years. Officials are being asked to look at the cost and practical implications of ringing the Great Bell more often than the ... and more »

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