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The Saturdays have a spacehopper race across Westminster Bridge to encourage the nation to let its lighter side out for Red Nose Day

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Irfan Naseer

Irfan Naseer, a 23-stone ‘mummy’s boy’ who was too fat and unfit for terror training was the unlikely head of a British cell that aimed to wreak destruction on the scale of the September 11 attacks in the United States.

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If you've been watching the rise of 3D printing in envy as you can't shell out on a 3D printer, then a little-known American company may have just made your day.

23-year-old man arrested on suspicion of raising funds for terrorism

A man has been arrested on suspicion of raising funds for terrorism, it has been reported.

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No NHS bonanza on offer to EU migrants

Romanians are unlikely to flock to the UK for free healthcare

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