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Nearly eight years after this rally in Trafalgar Square in London, the problem of Islamophobia carries on

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Many forces reported a particular rise in anti-Islam hate crimes following the murder of soldier Lee Rigby

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Conservative party 'refuses to re-adopt Tim Yeo' as candidate

Tory MP Tim Yeo is battling to save his political career after his local party apparently refused to re-instate him as its candidate for the next general election.

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He has left couple's mansion and moved into £500,000 house

Norfolk hospital worker arrested over death of patient following overdose claims

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The Long Race to Glory, by Chris Sidwells

According to the poet Philip Larkin, "Sexual intercourse began in 1963 (which was rather late for me)". To casual observers, British cycling was also a late starter, springing to world prominence seeming out of nowhere at the 2004 Athens Olympics, when the GB team came third in the medals table, followed by an unprecedented dominance on both track and road.

Simon Warr has been charged with sexual offences against schoolboys

Former teacher turned BBC broadcaster charged with child sex offences

BBC and Channel 4 contributor Simon Warr, 60, to appear in court later this month

Cat found strangled to death in Bury St Edmunds

Police have launched an investigation after a cat was found strangled to death.

Postcard-size painting bought for £30 turns out to be £250,000 John Constable original

A small painting bought in a £30 "job lot" auction has been revealed as an original by John Constable worth an estimated £250,000 pounds.

Man arrested on suspicion of murder after stabbing in Suffolk village garden

Police are investigating the death of a man, reportedly named locally as Brian Knock, in the leafy village of Bildeston

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