The 'facts' in a pamphlet about the family were entirely made up, but its mark can be seen to this day
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge emerged for from hospital briefly with their daughter on Saturday
Otherwise the new arrival would have been Lady Mountbatten-Windsor, as previously only the eldest son of the eldest son of Prince of Wales could be styled Royal Highness
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But reactions online suggest it could be Labour's 'tombstone'
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Forecasters warn of wash-out for most of UK
Ed Miliband, leader of the Labour Party, poses for a selfie with a supporter during the launch of his political party's general election campaign at the Olympic Park on March 27, 2015 in London, England.
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Protesters seek justice in Kabul last week
Opening of trial broadcast live on television
Nepalese villagers unload relief aid from an Indian Army chopper at Jagat, in Gorkha district on May 2 2015.
The group are returning to the UK today
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Photo released by the New York City Police Department shows officer Brian Moore, 25
Brian Moore, 25, has reportedly been placed in a medically induced coma
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Emergency services were called to Devon fishing port
What if ...? The restored 60ft hull of ‘La Belle’
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Chaos was centred around Guadalajara
Recruitment of teachers is being hampered both by a shortage of teachers and by the poor quality of candidates for posts
The state of the global economy has a greater impact than the actions of any individual government
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Rates of malignant melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, are five times higher in the UK than in the 1970s (Getty)
But overwhelming majority worry about melanoma
Desert City: Women wait for water at the sprawling Dabaab camp, north of Nairobi
Home to 351,000 seen as a breeding ground for al-Shabaab militants
Red Cross workers prepare to bury a victim of Ebola (AFP/Getty)
Doctors found trace of disease in man's semen
A full face veil (this one pictured in France)

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