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Alan Henning, who is being held by Isis, had his life threatened in the video in which the group beheaded another Briton, David Haines
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Stephen Sutton originally set out to raise £10,00
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Tyler Maddick was attacked while walking home
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A Soviet-era monument to Ukrainian- Russian co-operation in Kiev, which is facing a difficult winter this year
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The number of detentions under the Mental Health Act is increasing
Equivalent of more than 200 full-time mental health doctor posts have been cut since 2012
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HM Passport Office was left with a backlog of nearly 550,000 applications last year that forced some travellers to cancel their holidays
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