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A young woman from London has been warned she faces prison after being found guilty of throwing acid in a friend's face because she once called her ugly.

The V&A says it has discovered a previously unknown oil sketch by John Constable tucked beneath the lining of another work

Unseen John Constable oil sketch discovered at Victoria and Albert museum

Restorers uncovered the artwork while renovating a major painting

Woman left badly scarred after horrific acid attack in Romford

A woman has been left with horrendous injuries after a stranger squirted acid into her face in an attack on her doorstep.

Woman charged over acid attack

A 21-year-old woman will appear in court today charged with throwing acid over a shop worker, which left her with burns to her face and loss of hair and eyebrows.

The News Matrix: Tuesday 26 February 2013

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Man and woman released on bail after being arrested over the weekend on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm

Acid attack victim says on ITV's This Morning she holds no hate towards perpetrator

The 20-year-old young woman who had acid thrown in her face appeared on ITV's This Morning today.

London woman left disfigured by shocking random acid attack by mystery woman in niqab as she walked home from work at Victoria's Secret

20-year-old victim releases shocking images of injuries in an appeal to catch attacker

Victoria's Secret apologises for offence caused by using Native American headdress on model wearing high heels and leopard print underwear

Victoria’s Secret has apologised after one of its scantily clad models wore a Native American headdress during its annual fashion show.

Victoria's Secret: Shaming the Native American headdress?

Is it OK to wear a sexy Native American headdress? Not any more, as Gwen Stefani and now Victoria's Secret have issued apologies for sexing up the historic cultural symbol in the past fortnight.

The photos Victoria's Secret don't want you to see

Even the supposedly immaculate Victoria's Secret models get photo-shopped, and Jezebel has unearthed pre and post images.

Lingerie brands reveal plans to expand in Britain

The £3.6bn UK lingerie market will be lifted this summer by brands expanding in London. The US chain Victoria's Secret has revealed the opening dates for its first two UK shops, while Agent Provocateur is searching for new London stores as part of a 50-store expansion plan.

Mitt Romney talks to reporters on his campaign charter plane yesterday

Up, up and away with Romney's campaign

The long journey to the White House seldom offers a chance to see a high-flying candidate speak candidly. By David Usborne

Mitt Romney begins the long journey towards the White House

Up up and away: A flight on Mitt Force 1

The long journey towards the White House seldom offers a chance to see a high-flying candidate speak candidly – with no script or stage management. But there is one place where guards are dropped... David Usborne climbs aboard

1,300 jobs lost as La Senza folds

Lingerie chain La Senza collapsed into administration today triggering 1,300 redundancies and the closure of more than 100 outlets.

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