Police arrest man on suspicion of murder after man suffers fatal head injuries at Waterloo bus stop
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Police were called to a stop near the busy rail station at 2.45am after receiving reports that a man had been attacked, where officers found a man in his forties with serious head injuries.

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Study shows outgoing school pupils get better grades than bookworms 
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A new study reviewing the link between personality and academic achievement found that students who are rated higher in openness and conscientiousness tended to receive better grades.

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Warning over UK consumers running up  highest levels of debt since the credit crunch
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The Bank of England figures showed the biggest rise in unsecured borrowing since February 2008, when Northern Rock was nationalised and the credit crunch took hold.

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Was Nick Clegg's great aunt a Soviet spy?
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It was a question that plagued spooks for three decades – was Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s great aunt, Countess Moura Budberg, a soviet agent?

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AirAsia flight QZ8501 did not have a permit to be flying deadly route
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It has been revealed that AirAsia flight 8501 which crashed into the Java Sea last Sunday morning didn’t have permission to fly from Surabaya to Singapore.

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Ex-British paratrooper endures hippo attacks, a civil war and the death of a colleague from heat exhaustion to become first man to walk the 4,000 mile length of the River Nile
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Levison Wood, from Staffordshire, completed the epic nine month journey in September last year, braving blistering heat and war-torn regions to become the first person to achieve the feat.

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Manchester City players given wallpaper with special sleep-inducing patterns
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The Premier League stars, hoping to retain their title, will fall asleep to the sight of wallpaper patterned with light green ever-decreasing circles at their new £200million training complex (pictured).

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Aspirin is useless for a quarter of patients and hundreds could be dying each year, doctors warn
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They say that 16million Britons may not gain any benefit at all from taking a daily dose of the drug, which is mainly used to thin the blood.

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Prince Andrew 'lobbied the US government to go easy on Jeffrey Epstein'
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A woman, identified only as Jane Doe #3, made claims in an extraordinary legal allegation that said she was ‘forced’ to have sex with Prince Andrew and that he had lobbed the US government.

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Mum ‘swallows entire backscratcher’ as party trick
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Chances are you saw some pretty crazy party tricks over the festive season. But does this one top them all? An alarming video has emerged of a mother appearing to swallow an entire backscratcher. The minute-long clip opens with relatives giggling intensely as she stuffs the stick down her throat. ‘Jesus Christ,’ one girl is heard saying. But […]

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Hull City's Abel Hernandez wears hair extensions for Premier League clash
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Abel Hernandez had short hair when Hull played Swansea on December 20, but eight days later in a match against Leicester, he sported shoulder-length dreadlocks worn in a ponytail.

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Ambulances being made wider and stronger to deal with rising numbers of obese patients
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Hundreds of ambulances specially designed to deal with obese patients weighing more than 50 stone have been rolled out across the UK.

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BBC jobs only open to insiders
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EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of vacancies at the State-funded broadcaster are never advertised publicly, meaning that only people who already work at the BBC are able to apply for them.

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