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Jack Sen had described himself as 'unapologetically politically incorrect pro-British'

General Election 2015: Ukip candidate Jack Sen suspended over 'anti-Semitic' tweets

In one Twitter message Jack Sen said: "Britain's youngest Jewish MP, Luciana Berger, is facing criticism over her record of.... loyalties."

The allegations are thought to relate to claims of bullying and favouritism at the club

Henley Rowing Club: Senior officers step aside for investigation of alleged inappropriate behaviour by a coach towards junior girls

The allegations are thought to relate to claims of bullying and favouritism

Ben E King dead: 'Stand By Me' soul singer passes away aged 76

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Photo issued by South Wales Police of Tracey Woodford, whose dismembered body was found at a flat in south Wales

Tracey Woodford murder: Man charged with murder after dismembered remains found in flat

Christopher May, 50, has been charged with murder and is due to appear at Pontypridd Magistrates' Court on Monday

Amira Abase, 15, is said to be training with an all-female religious police brigade

'Isis' schoolgirls: Missing British teenager tweets picture of her Syrian takeaway

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Shaker Aamer with two of his four children. He has residence rights in the UK

UK's last remaining Guantanamo Bay detainee could be released within weeks, say US officials

Shaker Aamer has spent 13 years in captivity without charge after being captured in Afghanistan and accused of being Osama bin Laden’s translator

Howard Wood has devoted the past 30 years to helping animal life in the Clyde recover

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Howard Wood has devoted the past 30 years to helping animal life

Four members of a Royal Navy hockey team have been charged by the Canadian authorities with sexual assault (stock image)

Four Royal Navy sailors charged with sexual assault causing bodily harm in Canada

Victim reported to be 21 years old

St Helen’s Square in York, the area where the victim was beaten

Spanish couple viciously attacked in York 'for being foreigners'

Officers are treating the attack – in which a 24-year-old man was repeatedly punched and kicked for about 10 minutes – as a racially aggravated assault

The suspects were arrested in the departure zone of Dover port

Six arrested in Dover over Syria-related terrorism offences

The suspects were taken to the West Midlands for questioning

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