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Miss Universe Japan Ariana Miyamoto was selected to represent her nation last week

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Ms Miyamoto has a Japanese mother and an African-American father

Disgraced Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Clarkson says he hasn't heard 'a sausage' about BBC Top Gear investigation result

Conclusions of inquiry were expected to be handed to Tony Hall today

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Denis Coe: Labour MP who went on to found British Youth Opera and the National Bureau for Handicapped Students

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Left Banke, with Brown third from right, rear; he left the band after their second album

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Lee campaigning in 1955; he began as a Marxist, but later filled his prisons with them

Lee Kuan Yew: Leader of Singapore who brought wealth and stability to the new state at the cost of personal freedoms

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