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Lynda Bellingham dead: Actress and presenter loses cancer battle
Actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who had been suffering from cancer, has died aged 66.
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Neighbours’ fear after husband is pistol whipped and tied up with wife in ‘terrifying’ burglary
Neighbours today told of their shock after a man was shot, stabbed and beaten before being tied up alongside his wife during a “terrifying” burglary.
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'My bus, my rules': What driver told kissing gay couple before he kicked them off
A gay couple told of their anger after they were thrown off a London bus by a driver who gave them a volley of homophobic abuse for kissing.
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Tributes to civil servant who was 'an architect of the welfare state'
Tributes were today paid to an accountant turned civil servant who devoted his life to fighting poverty.
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West End actor Sir Donald Sinden given posthumous award after his death aged 90
Actor Sir Donald Sinden was remembered at the UK Theatre Awards tonight, a month after his death aged 90.
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Shopper found deadly Brazilian Wandering spider hiding among Waitrose bananas
A shopper got a deadly surprise when he opened his shopping and found a venomous spider hiding among his bananas.
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Actress Lynda Bellingham dies aged 66
British actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who had cancer, has died aged 66, her agent has confirmed.
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Mother helped son flee IS in Syria
A mother whose son joined a militant group linked to IS in Syria reveals how she travelled to the region and persuaded him to return to the UK.
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Concern over new mums' mental health
Society is paying a "shocking" price for poor mental health care for pregnant women and new mothers, a London School of Economics report says.
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Brad Pitt's Fury closes festival
Brad Pitt says he hopes his new film Fury recognised the trauma suffered by soldiers in World War Two as it closes this year's BFI London Film Festival.
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Ebola nurse Pooley back in Africa
William Pooley, the British nurse who contracted Ebola while volunteering in West Africa, returns to Sierra Leone to work at a hospital.
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Largest ship to sail Thames arrives
A 397m-long ship capable of carrying 15,500 containers arrives on the River Thames.
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Guardian RSS News

South-east house price growth outstrips Londons as buyers forced out of capital
Average asking price in south-east passes £355,000 10% higher than a year ago, says RightmoveBuyers forced out of London by spiralling property prices have helped fuel a 10% annual rise in asking prices in the south-east a rate...
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Police move to clear Occupy protesters from Parliament Square
Between 50 and 100 Occupy Democracy protesters remain after police arrest one and evict others after three days in squarePolice made one arrest after hundreds of officers converged on Parliament Square in London on Sunday night in an attempt to...
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Globe Theatre awash in colour for Alternative Miss World 2014 - video
Highlights from the 13th Alternative Miss World competition held at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on London's South Bank. This year's theme was 'Neon Numbers', seeing the competition's traditional venue transformed into a hive of colour and sequins. Miss Zero+, whose real...
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Part of Cutty Sark damaged in fire
Tea clipper open to visitors in Greenwich after firefighters called to small fire, five years after huge blaze engulfed shipThe Cutty Sark, the 19th-century tea clipper ship, has been hit by another fire. The London fire brigade said a small...
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Southwark council cooperates with housing developers because we need to | Mark Williams
We work with the private sector because thats where the money and expertise is. And it will stay that way until government funding is reinstatedLast week saw yet more attacks on our London borough, Southwark, for trying to tackle the...
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