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Stephen Sutton originally set out to raise £10,00
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The number of detentions under the Mental Health Act is increasing
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Threat level has increased in Australia over the past year
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A report has identified a new type of city dweller which it refers to as 'endies'; a group who live modest lives at home because they can not afford to go out
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The Sweden Democrats surged from 20 seats to 49 to become the third-biggest party in parliament
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