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Briton saves Florida hotel plunge toddler

A British holidaymaker saved the life of a one-year-old toddler after catching her as she fell from a hotel balcony, it was reported today.

Emergency call released after double shooting in Florida

Police in Florida have released the recording of a emergency call made by a woman after she saw the body of one of the two British holidaymakers found shot dead on a street in Sarasota.

Outside the Box: British owners are more likely to trust a British boss – fact!

Arsenal's formal transfer into American hands means that of the remaining 10 English-owned clubs in the Premier League, only two have a foreign manager: Roberto Martinez at Wigan is one and the other is Avram Grant, who in January was on the verge of being replaced at West Ham by Ulsterman Martin O'Neill.

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Cancer recurrence linked to weight

Piling on the pounds increases the chances of breast cancer returning after treatment, a study has shown.

Slim Shady's rap-sheet of relapse and recovery

Eminem soared from drug-filled poverty to adulation and notoriety, and then collapsed into gilded, narcotic, seclusion. But, after his latest comeback, his biographer Nick Hasted believes the future holds plenty for the master wordsmith

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Disney cruise: Cast away with Mickey and friends

Last week, Disney launched its latest cruise ship with fireworks, flumes and a fairy godmother. Simon Usborne was dazzled by the spectacle

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Tips and deals of the week: 14/11/2010

Florida for £599

Book a week in Orlando, Florida, with Virgin Holidays and save £100 per person. This deal includes return flights from Gatwick and seven nights' accommodation at the 3V Quality Inn International. Based on departures from 13 to 17 February 2011.

Go to virginholidays.co.uk

The Big Six: Florida inns

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Hallowe'en holidays: Hogwarts heaven for families

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Briton arrested after fight on flight

A UK-bound jumbo jet with 451 passengers aboard had to divert due to a disruptive passenger, it was revealed today.

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