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Government will help you to take over a community pub - or maybe even the shop, pool or library

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Nigeria officially passes ban on gay marriage

Lawmakers in Nigeria have passed a bill banning gay marriage, setting prison terms of up to 14 years.

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Being on an expedition is about deprivation Whether its trekking through the jungles in Peru or hiking up Kilimanjaro, you really value the resources you have: one pair of pants, limited rations of food, limited battery power. My trips also remind me what I have left behind. Once I'm back home, I'll really value what I have, until I start to become complacent – then I'll go off around the world again.

Fans of Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich have arrived in London ahead of the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley Stadium

Champions League final: Biggest German invasion since the fifth century as Borussia Dortmund face Bayern Munich

Wilkommen to the 150,000 fans expected in London for Saturday’s Champion League’s final

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President of The FA Prince William, Duke of Cambridge is presented a match ball by UEFA President Michel Platini

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The Duke of Cambridge made the opening speech at the UEFA Congress in London

Beth Tweddle’s routine was marred by a poor landing but she still ended up with bronze

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Beth Tweddle has not ruled out a return to competitive gymnastics but has confirmed the Rio 2016 Olympics are "one step too far".

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It is the most miserable day of the week, a return to reality from the elation of the weekend. To compound Monday’s reputation problem, new figures indicate it is also the day when people are most likely to have their mobile phone stolen – with skint thieves who have spent their funds over the weekend to blame.

Dale Cregan is accused of four murders, including those of PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone

Police killer Dale Cregan admits two more Manchester murders - of a father and son

29-year-old changes plea on eve of his barrister's closing speech to the jury

Australian cricket fans during a Test match at Lord’s

Strewth mate. Aussies wave goodbye to Britain as it becomes too pricey to stay

The recession has seen Australian expats leave in droves, damaging a specialist economy

Simon Green of Bonobo

Music review: Bonobo, The Roundhouse, London

Let’s face it, live electronica can often leave the audience rather nonplussed. The ability to be able to transfer perfectly produced masterpieces crafted in the studio to the stage can be something of a holy grail. But Bonobo’s gig at the Roundhouse tonight is an ideal blueprint for any other artists daring to make the leap to a live show.

Ukip leader Nigel Farage hits back at 'fascist' hecklers in Edinburgh pub

But he is accused of 'losing the plot' after breaking off an interview on BBC Radio Scotland over 'hatred' in its questioning

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The new Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, north London, is a spanking new five-star neighbourhood theatre opening with a three-star play about girls in a 1920s Chicago watch-making factory who are gradually alerted (though not by the bosses) to the dangers of radium in the illuminated dials when one of them becomes seriously ill.

Marlon O'Reilly was gunned down at the Dovecote pub in Cockshut Hill

Appeal for witnesses in Birmingham 'mistaken identity' shooting

The cousin of a father-of-two who was shot dead in a case of mistaken identity has appealed for witnesses to help police catch his “mindless” killer.

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