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Teenager Admits Killing Teacher Ann Maguire
A 16-year-old has admitted killing teacher Ann Maguire in a classroom stabbing.
Armando Iannucci: British Politics Is Too Bland
Veep creator Armando Iannucci has said he does not plan to write about "bland" British politics again.
Missing British Yachtsman Found In North Sea
A sailor who had been missing for a week has been found safe and well on his yacht in the North Sea.
Church Of England Severs Ties With Wonga
The Church of England has announced it has withdrawn its investment from controversial payday lender Wonga.
Moderate Drinking 'Could Be Bad For Your Heart'
Advice that suggests alcohol could be good for your heart is wrong and should be updated, according to some experts.
Boyhood: Film Released After 12 Year Wait
Boyhood, which follows the lives of one fictional family over 12 years, has been described as one of the most ground-breaking, unique films of the year.
Terror Police 'Failed To Act' Over Twin Sisters
Anti-terrorist officers have been accused of an intelligence failure following the disappearance from home of two Manchester sisters.
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Obese Diabetes Sufferers Could Get NHS Ops
Hundreds of thousands of obese people with type 2 diabetes could get weight-loss surgery on the NHS.
MPs: Taxpayer Short-Changed On Royal Mail Sale
The controversy over the £3.3bn privatisation of Royal Mail has erupted again as an influential group of MPs has criticised Vince Cable over his handling of the sale.