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Aneliese Whittaker complained range stereotyped people who wear spectacles

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Leeds’ Kevin Sinfield (left) is tackled by Hull’s Daniel Holdsworth

Poor start for Hull after Gareth Ellis' warm-up injury

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Serial-killer serial: Kevin Bacon (left) and James Purefoy in ‘The Following’

Grace Dent on TV: The Following

If you're clever enough to get all the literary references in this show, you're way beyond watching it

George Boyd of Peterborough

Nottingham Forest owners labelled 'a disgrace to the game' over collapsed transfer

George Boyd failed medical due to 'inconclusive eye test'

Billy Twelvetrees (with the ball) will make his England debut against Scotland

Billy Twelvetrees blooming under approving gaze of England coach Stuart Lancaster

England prepare to open Six Nations campaign against Scotland

The soldier who took his own life while on leave from Afghanistan

Just two years after his friend William Aldridge, 18, was fatally wounded in an IED explosion in Afghanistan, becoming the youngest British soldier to die there, Rifleman Allan Arnold took his own life. The 20-year-old was on leave and staying with his sister Abigail, 23, in Cirencester, when he was found dead.

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Toddler was 'beaten to death at flat'

A two-year-old boy was found beaten to death at the home of his mother's boyfriend after suffering months of ill-treatment, a murder trial jury has heard.

Murderer Brian Grady on the run from Prescoed prison

A  murderer has gone on the run from prison and could be a danger to the public, police warned.

Spooky-couture: the fashion show from hell, via Fantich & Young

If Satan sported Oxford Shoes, they'd probably look something like this - that is, polished enough to reflect the sufferings of the damned, with 1,050 teeth grafted into the soles for good measure. The shoes, pictured above, are included in a collection of nightmarish objects by designers Fantich and Young. Interested in spooky-couture? Look no further.

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<p>1. Zeal Ion HD</p>
<p>£318, theopticshop.co.uk</p>
<p>These goggles feature a high-definition camera. The 170-degree wide-angle lens and in-goggle viewfinder allow you to film and star in your own sports films.</p>

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The technology of 2023

If they even woke up at all, there won't be many new year's revellers who roused themselves this morning to wonder what technological marvels the next ten years have in store. Thankfully, Wired has done that piece of thinking for us.

The 10 Best morning-after products

Been burning the candle at both ends? Here are the products that will leave you feeling fresh for the new year

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