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The Duchess of Cambridge is currently five months pregnant

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Civility breaks out on a rail journey to hell

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Andy Murray is hoping not to start thinking about holiday plans until the end of Monday night's final here at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals but the Scot will be taking his first break for two years after the season-ending finale. Murray, who meets Jo-Wilfried Tsonga tonight in his concluding round-robin match as he attempts to qualify for Sunday's semi-finals, is changing his off-season plans this year to incorporate both a holiday and Christmas at home.

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High life: Manhattan's High Line Park, top, is the inspiration for Manchester's Hanging Gardens, envisaged below

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The Duchess made two big mistakes: dropping her top in the first place, and seeking retribution

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Portugal drowning victims named as Lara Lewis and Brian O'Dwyer

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