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Huntmaster attacked by masked protesters

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Video has emerged showing the vicious attack by masked protestors on Salisbury Plain.

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Salisbury teacher banned after affair with pupil

Senior teacher at South Wilts Grammar School banned from classrooms for life after affair with girl.

Salisbury Cathedral hosts special concert

The event, by the Royal Marines, is coming to the city for the first time tonight (Sat 31st).

Salisbury RFC face Sherborne

It's possibly the most significant game of this season's campaign for the 'green and whites'.

Foster carer reaches half a century milestone

Joan Parsonage, from Ludgershall, has been caring for children since 1965

In The Margins: Voters' Doubts Over Housing

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Sky's Joey Jones is travelling the country looking at the issues that matter to voters in some of the marginal constituencies.

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Cyber Warfare: Army Creates 'Twitter Troops'

The British Army has formed a specialist unit of "creative" soldiers who will be tasked with fighting wars using unconventional methods.

'Dramatic Rise' In Liver Disease Deaths

Deaths from liver disease have increased 400% in the last 40 years, according to the British Liver Trust, which is calling for screening to help combat the problem.

Cumberbatch Calls For Pardons For Gay Men

Benedict Cumberbatch has called on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to act on a campaign that seeks to pardon tens of thousands of gay men prosecuted along with codebreaker Alan Turing.

Call For Police To Be Armed With Tasers

Frontline police officers should be able to carry a Taser to combat attempted attacks on them by terrorists, according to the head of the organisation that represents front-line officers.

Director Stephen Daldry Slums It For New Film

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Billy Elliot director Stephen Daldry has turned his attention to Brazilian film-making with his latest film Trash.

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Cumberbatch Calls For Pardons For Gay Men

Benedict Cumberbatch has called on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to act on a campaign that seeks to pardon tens of thousands of gay men prosecuted along with codebreaker Alan Turing.

Shakira And Gerard Pique Welcome Second Son

Colombian pop star Shakira has given birth to her second child with footballer Gerard Pique.

Katy Perry Ready To Make Super Bowl Fans Roar

Katy Perry has promised to bring "incredible joy" to Super Bowl viewers during the half-time show, along with a "lion and sharks".

Robbie Coltrane Taken Ill On Flight To Florida

Harry Potter star Robbie Coltrane is being treated in hospital in Florida after suffering from severe flu-like symptoms on a flight.

Salisbury RFC face Sherborne

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It's possibly the most significant game of this season's campaign for the 'green and whites'.

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England Saxons Beat Ireland Wolfhounds

Sam Burgess made a forgettable representative union debut as England Saxons ground out an 18-9 victory over the Ireland Wolfhounds in Cork.

Tamed Tiger Crashes Out of Phoenix Open

Tiger Woods slumped to the worst round of his professional career as he crashed out of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Djokovic Dispatches Wawrinka To Face Murray

Top seed Novak Djokovic defeated defending champion Stan Wawrinka in five sets to set up a meeting with Andy Murray in Sunday's Australian Open final.

FIFA Presidency Candidates Must Wait And See

The deadline for FIFA presidency nominations has now passed and the wait is on to see if Sepp Blatter will serve a fifth term in the role.

New Greek Govt Begins Battle Over Bailout

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Greece's newly elected anti-austerity government has said it will not co-operate with its international "troika" of creditors - the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

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IS Chemical Weapons Expert Killed, Says US

A chemical weapons expert working with Islamic State (IS) in Iraq has been killed in a coalition airstrike, the US military has said.

Etan Patz: Murder Trial Over Boy Missing In 1979

A man has gone on trial in New York accused of murdering a child whose disappearance in 1979 helped spark a national missing children's movement.

Romney Bombshell Before 2016 Race Even Begins

Republican Mitt Romney's announcement that he is not running for the White House in 2016 is a bombshell.

Egypt Strkes Back After Jihadists Kill Dozens

Egyptian soldiers have clashed with jihadists after a wave of militant attacks in the Sinai peninsula which claimed at least 30 lives.

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