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Moyles is contracted to Radio 1 until 2014

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Pair killed inmate to eat his liver

Two prisoners who disembowelled a fellow inmate were told by a judge yesterday that they are likely to spend the rest of their lives in jail.

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Because We Care, The Place, London

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John Terry: Roy Hodgson will be concerned that the Chelsea captain failed to train again yesterday

Terry and Cole in race against time for France

Hamstring and ankle injuries trouble key defenders while Downing looks set to start

Western living 'fuels cancer rates'

Unhealthy Western ways of living are likely to fuel a massive surge in cancer rates around the world, experts have claimed.

Laurie Penny: It's not good enough just to want to be in power

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British tourist survives attack by cheetahs

A British tourist has spoken of her "nightmare" attack by two cheetahs when she tried to protect a young girl from the large cats.

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