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The creature crawled into his ear as he slept

These children have seen things that no child should ever see or experience

Hilary Benn, the International Development Secretary talks to Cahal Milmo about the first day of his trip to Uganda

Steptoe & Son in 'murder at Oil Drum Lane', York Theatre Royal, York

Harold discovers there's plenty of life left in a deceased dirty old man

We won't sign up to the male agenda

We females don't seem to get enthused by the same things, and we don't think the same way (it seems) as men do

Dyson and wife receive £17m dividend

James Dyson shared a £17m dividend with his wife Deirdre last year, less than 12 months after he transferred production of his bag-less vacuum cleaner to the Far East with the loss of more than 800 jobs.

Focus: You know where you can stick these

Now that the chairman has quit, the Design Museum is in serious trouble, says Stephen Bayley, in a frank personal account of a row that started with flowers...

BT offers free flights to help switch to broadband

BT Group is offering to fly new broadband internet customers to America or Europe free, echoing Hoover's ill-fated promotion that cost millions and eventually led to the vacuum cleaner company's European business being sold.

Abortion `counselling service' is front for pro-life group

A NATIONAL abortion counselling service is discouraging young women from having terminations by showing them pro-life videos and giving them unsubstantiated medical facts, according to a magazine report.

How women can stop their babies developing asthma

CONTROLLING THE allergic reactions of pregnant women could help to cut asthmatic attacks and allergies in their children, scientists said yesterday.

Murder case man says blood was his

A MAN accused of murdering the gynaecologist Joan Francisco conceded yesterday that tiny specks of blood found on her T-shirt were his.
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