Sri Lanka attacks: Mass funerals held as nation mourns
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Sri Lanka attacks: Mass funerals held as nation mourns

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mourners attended a funeral near St Sebastian Church in Negombo Sri Lanka has held its first mass funeral amid a day of mourning…

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Britain’s last artisan printer in plea for apprentice and heir to carry on monotype tradition
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Britain’s last artisan printer in plea for apprentice and heir to carry on monotype tradition

Britain’s last artisan printer is seeking an heir to inherit his business in an effort to revive the fortunes of the letterpress printing trade after his children decided…

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Tory MP fined £1,500 for submitting false expense invoices as court hears career is ‘likely in tatters’
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Tory MP fined £1,500 for submitting false expense invoices as court hears career is ‘likely in tatters’

He then created two fake invoices, so the £700 cost could be split between the two budgets – £450 to the Start Up and £250 for the other.…

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Judge warns veteran that PTSD is not a ‘get out of jail free card’
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Judge warns veteran that PTSD is not a ‘get out of jail free card’

PTSD is not a “get out of jail free card”, a judge has warned as he jails a veteran who blamed his crimes on “harrowing” experiences in Afghanistan.…

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Prince Louis: Kate’s pictures mark first birthday
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Prince Louis: Kate’s pictures mark first birthday

Image copyright Duchess of Cambridge Image caption The photos were taken on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk Official photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s youngest…

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Lyra McKee killing: The New IRA admits responsibility
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Lyra McKee killing: The New IRA admits responsibility

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Lyra McKee was observing rioting in Londonderry’s Creggan estate when she was shot The New IRA has admitted responsibility for the murder…

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Sri Lanka attacks: British dad’s tribute to ‘amazing’ family
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Sri Lanka attacks: British dad’s tribute to ‘amazing’ family

Image caption Anita Nicholson and her son Alex, 14, and daughter Annabel, 11, died in the Shangri-La hotel bombing A British husband has paid tribute to his “wonderful”…

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Sri Lanka attacks: Mass funerals on day of mourning
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Sri Lanka attacks: Mass funerals on day of mourning

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mourners attended a funeral near St Sebastian Church in Negombo Sri Lanka has held its first mass funeral as the country marks a…

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Meghan Markle’s family: The diplomat uncle, the yoga teacher mother and the cannabis-growing nephew
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Meghan Markle’s family: The diplomat uncle, the yoga teacher mother and the cannabis-growing nephew

It’s not every day the meeting of a make-up artist and a lighting director sets the scene for a royal love story, but that’s exactly what happened in…

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St George’s Day 2019: How the dragon-slayer became the patron saint of England
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St George’s Day 2019: How the dragon-slayer became the patron saint of England

St George’s Day is almost here, offering us all a chance to fly English flags, celebrate our country’s heritage and honour the patron saint of England. While St Patrick’s Day,…

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