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Tony Blair

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Notting Hill Carnival organisers want media groups to pay for reporters and photographers to cover this weekend’s event

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Angry, drunk and unemployed German wasps are invading Essex

This year's mild winter and dry spring has resulted in far more wasps than usual, who are getting drunk by eating fermented fruit and stinging people

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Afghan asylum seekers saved from forcible deportation after last-ditch legal battle

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