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Angela Rayner email: Benjamin Iliffe gets suspended sentence after he admitted sending threatening message to Labour deputy leader

A man has been given a suspended sentence after he admitted sending a threatening email to Labour’s deputy leader Angela…

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Alone with a brother’s corpse. Why did no one save the Texas house of horror boys?

“It seemed too horrific to be real.” These are the only words Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez could use on…

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Impatience growing as Liberal MPs wait for 1st post-election caucus meeting | CBC News

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Damage estimate for Barrie tornadoes jumps to $100M, Insurance Bureau says | CBC News

The Insurance Bureau of Canada says new estimates indicate the tornadoes that hit Barrie, Ont. and surrounding communities in July caused $100 million in insurable…

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Emma Raducanu into Transylvania Open quarter-finals with straight sets win over Ana Bogdan

Emma Raducanu was made to work hard for her first win on the WTA Tour after her fairytale New York…

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Moscow starts non-working period as Covid infections and deaths soar

The Russian capital has started a non-working period intended to stem coronavirus infections as new daily cases and deaths from…

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Biden releases new $1.75tn framework for Democrats’ reconciliation package – live

9.51am EDT09:51 The White House chief of staff, Ron Klain, praised the framework of the reconciliation package as a historic…

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Changing careers in a changing world

It’s often been said the only constant in life is change, and one Kahnawake woman did just that in the…

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Scotland records 20 further Covid deaths and more than 2000 new cases

ANOTHER 20 people have died after testing positive for Covid-19, the latest Scottish Government figures show. A further 2153 new…

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Victorian greenhouse emissions drop 25 per cent below 2005 levels

Victoria’s greenhouse gas emissions have fallen almost 25 per cent below 2005 levels but much of its energy sector still…

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