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Freddie's family said "everyone loved" the three-year-old boy

Matt Busby with Bobby Charlton shortly after the crash in 1958

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The Madrid president raised funds and staged friendlies in 1958 out of respect for Matt Busby

Lord Dalmeny, chairman of Sotheby’s auction house, has apologised for a controversial Auschwitz joke at a Tory party fundraiser

Tory fundraiser marked by Auschwitz joke gaffe

Sotheby's chairman apologises for "horrific slip of the tongue"

Nick Griffin: 'Have you any idea of the price of copper?'

British National Party 'so poor it should sell scrap metal'

Nick Griffin, leader of the cash strapped far-right BNP, once fed his family on a rabbit that had been killed on the road.

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Mark Zuckerberg to host fundraiser for controversial governor Chris Christie

The fundraiser is the first known political fundraising activity by Zuckerberg

Anonymous hackers jailed for DDoS attacks on Visa, Mastercard and Paypal

Two self-styled “hacktivists” were jailed today for carrying out cyber attacks with hacking group Anonymous, one of which cost a website £3.5 million.

Smokescreen: Jimmy Savile hid his actions beneath a veneer of benign eccentricity

Savile's escape has put our public institutions on trial

From his own relatives to BBC executives and charities, those who could have stopped the abuse had incentives not to ask questions

Jimmy Savile wrote to Margaret Thatcher seeking donations for Stoke Mandeville

Revealed: Jimmy Savile's close friendship with Margaret Thatcher

Civil servants redact secret Downing Street file following sexual-assault revelations, reports Cahal Milmo

Royal Navy personnel practise their ladder routine

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Royal Navy personnel practise their ladder routine for the 2012 British Military Tournament at Earl's Court in London this weekend.

Simon Usborne gets to know Anne, Europe’s oldest elephant, who was secretly filmed being beaten at Bobby Roberts’ Super Circus

So what happened to Anne the elephant after she packed her trunk and left the Bobby Roberts circus?

Simon Usborne meets the Asian elephant rescued from a life of drudgery and abuse

New code to cut down on aggressive 'chuggers'

So-called "chuggers" are seen by many as the scourge of the high street, but a new code of conduct aims to curb aggressive fundraising.

Aggressive face-to-face fundraising will not be allowed

New code will keep high street shoppers safe from 'chuggers'

Conducted properly, fundraising on the street is a valuable source of revenue for charities

Martha Payne who blog Never Seconds has been turned into a book

Nine-year-old blogger releases her first book

Martha Payne, the schoolgirl who hit the headlines with her controversial school meals blog, has released a book charting her story.

Martha Payne who blog Never Seconds has been turned into a book

Controversial school meals blog girl Martha Payne to release book

An enterprising schoolgirl who raised more than £120,000 for charity through her controversial school meals blog has released a book charting her story.

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