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With tower blocks peeping above the tree line, Liverpool's Sefton Park is just a stroll from Penny Lane and a city steeped in a history of poverty and division.

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Inspired by Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph? Still seeking a luxury holiday this August? A couple could save up to £1,200 by booking a seven-night holiday for the price of four nights at Round Hill Hotel & Villas in Montego Bay in Jamaica. It holds summer tennis clinics run by former Davis Cup players and features rooms designed by Ralph Lauren, the official outfitter of the Wimbledon Championships.

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Wireless festival: Two men in hospital after being stabbed

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If you did attend Glastonbury Festival over the weekend, you're probably just about recovering now.

Music fans will be able to watch an hour of The Rolling Stones’ headline set at Glastonbury on television

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Music fans will be able to watch an hour of The Rolling Stones' headline set at Glastonbury on TV after a compromise was reached in a row over coverage of the set.

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Doctor Who's 50th anniversary to be celebrated with BBC Prom

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