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The Conservative MP resigned as Commons deputy speaker after he was charged in September

Former MP to promote fur trade

The former Liberal Democrat MP Mark Oaten, who resigned from Parliament after cheating on his wife with a rent boy, has taken a job promoting the fur trade.

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Three Pakistani cricketers and a sports agent at the centre of match-fixing allegations were bailed today.

Anne Hathaway reveals family plan

Anne Hathaway is "dying" to have children.

How first a marriage and then a political career were ended

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Struggling with Sudoku? Can't solve your crossword? Puzzled by the pub quiz? Don't worry, the solution will be on the internet. But be warned, says John Walsh, winning this way makes you a bigger loser

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Ok, so you’re not completely convinced by the whole online dating thing just yet, are you? We know that taking the plunge and signing yourself up to an online dating site can seem a little daunting to begin with, but believe us, it really isn’t.

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Some 20,000 GCSE grades were changed this year as the number of queries from schools rose, official figures show.

Katy Guest: Delusionists do it with a mobile phone

Our writer has no sympathy for men caught sex texting

Lodger jailed for knife murders

A lodger who murdered his landlady and her 11-year-old son was jailed for at least 27 years today.

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After 31 years in 'Coronation Street', actor Bill Tarmey bids a poignant farewell to his popular character in one of those landmark soap scenes

Gordon Ramsay open letter plea to mother-in-law

Gordon Ramsay's family troubles became even more public today when the celebrity chef sent an open letter to his mother-in-law, asking her to stop "punishing" her daughter.

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