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Southern Water fined £200,000 over sewage leak off Margate

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A Belfast Story press kit received by Empire's news editor Chris Hewitt

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Filmmaker Nathan Todd said the PR package was 'not intended to offend anyone'

Huge Renoir archive to go under the hammer in New York

The auction features the only two sculptures entirely executed by the painter

There's a reason women get smaller bonuses - and the same goes for men who raise children

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40 schools had published policy statements echoing language of notorious legislation

Section 28 row: Schools tear up controversial homophobic policies

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