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Gordon and Tana Ramsay arrive at the High Court, London

Gordon Ramsay: I was a performing monkey while father-in-law had a cushy office job

TV chef gives evidence against his father-in-law

Boko Haram militants ride on a tank: the group has just captured the town of Chibok

At least 100 dead after Islamists launch attack on Nigerian mosque

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The plant ‘Nepenthes zygon’ was donated to Kew in 2004

Nepenthes zygon: New exotic carnivorous plant discovered... at Kew Gardens

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In the study, seals learnt to associate the ultrasound tags with a source of food

Years of marine research sunk – because seals ate the evidence

Electronic tags were meant to track movement of fish but also alerted predators

By the time they get help, gamblers are on average £10,000 in debt

Young gambling addicts in NHS treatment have lost an average of £60,000

Young people with thousands of pounds of gambling debts fail to seek help because “they don’t know where to turn”, a charity has warned.

Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi reportedly made a 17-minute audio statement yesterday vowing the group will fight until the last – and calling for the ongoing violence to continue

Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi calls on followers to 'erupt volcanoes of jihad everywhere' in newly released recording

It is unclear when the recording was made, but whether he is alive or dead, wounded or healthy, the tone of the message was deliberately defiant and incendiary

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Roy Keane alleged to have thrown punch at fan as police are called to incident outside Ireland squad's hotel

Football Association of Ireland aware of the circumstances and say national side's assistant manager has 'their full support'

Kadcyla costs £90,000 per patient

Life-saving Cancer Drug Fund medicines could be too costly to prescribe

Those already receiving drugs will continue to get them but new patients are likely to find the range of medicines available to them reduced

The concession was made after the year-long Books for Prisoners campaign

Prisoners win right to keep more books in their cells following year-long campaign

Campaigners hail small but positive victory

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