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Frankie Boyle, the controversial comedian, has won more than £54,000 damages after a High Court jury concluded that he had been libelled by the Daily Mirror, when the newspaper called him “racist”.

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The comedian Frankie Boyle yesterday came under attack from the newspaper he is suing for libel after being described as "racist".

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A team of British police officers has arrived on the Greek island of Kos to examine a mound of earth and rubble close to where toddler Ben Needham went missing 21 years ago.

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Racism is “at the heart” of British Government policy - and the racist views of some people in power “trickle” through society, a comedian told the High Court today.

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EastEnders star 'put off drinking' playing boozy character

EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa has revealed that her character's boozy ways put her off drinking in real life.

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Wayne Rooney believes Arsenal striker Robin van Persie would be a great addition to the squad if he joined him at Manchester United.

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Tabloid newspapers have stopped writing “kiss and tell” stories in the wake of the setting up of the Leveson Inquiry, a former editor has suggested.

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Scotland Yard's probe into the alleged bribery and corruption of police and public officials dramatically widened yesterday with the dawn arrests of two journalist from the Mirror and Express groups.

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When Peter Elliott stepped off the track after winning the 1500m final at the 1988 Olympic Trials in Birmingham he walked straight into the biggest Olympic selection storm in British athletics history.

Sweden 5 England 0: Swedish tabloid takes swipe at Roy Hodgson's side

Ahead of tonight's Euro 2012 clash between England and Sweden, a Swedish tabloid has mocked up numerous British tabloids depicting a heavy defeat for the Three Lions.

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England manager Roy Hodgson announces his squad for Euro 2012. The newly-appointed manager made some hotly debated decisions, such as the exclusion of former captain Rio Ferdinand and the inclusion of Liverpool’s Stewart Downing.

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