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TV firm Love Productions benefits – all the way to the bank

The television company which produces the controversial Channel 4 documentary Benefits Street and the BBC's hit The Great British Bake Off has seen its annual revenues leap by a third to £13m.

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Richard Newton from Whitby was filmed by North Yorkshire Police driving with both of his hands on his head

Motorist filmed driving with his hands behind his head is banned

Man claimed he was stretching because of a bad back

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The Grimsby Islamic Cultural Centre was targeted with petrol bombs

Six years for former soldiers who firebombed mosque after Lee Rigby murder

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Anchorman fired after 'Let's get the f*** out of here' comment made on air

Justin Kraemer made the mistake just after he finished presenting KSN News

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