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floating bridge, before the top six names also go to the polls, and as the BBC remains impartial, we will just say that we do not favour Floaty McFloatface above any of the other names available. And we can speak now to Sally Perry, the journalist who broke the story of this attempted democratic outrage
Sky News
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I wouldn't have hit you, but I was feeling violent and I started to punch myself in the face. Musician, Professor Green talking about his father's suicide with Freddie Flintoff. I was 24 and my dad took his own life. I had a conversation with my nan and I broke down
Daily Mail - Home
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Wullie Gardiner was being laid to rest by his family in Drongan Cemetary, East Ayrshire, when on the fourth attempt at putting his coffin in the grave, the seal broke and his body was exposed to mourners.
BBC News 24
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village saw a huge increase in tourism. I need to read this e-mail from Dominic. I don't know if I have time it's about mental health. I found my father dead at our home after he committed suicide when I was 16. Three years later, shortly after I started university, I broke down
BBC News 24
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which he broke and it is still to go through court. Let me bring in Dr Anne Olivarius. Can you tell our audience a little bit about the new guidelines? As I read them, only if the victim is considered vulnerable will there be a prison.
The Northern Echo
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A HEAD teacher has thanked the fire brigade for ‘saving our school’ after a fire broke out this morning.
Dover Express
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A man was forced to leap out his bedroom window to flee a fire which killed his pet dog in Tonbridge.Ying Lai, 25, who lives at the Douglas Road house with his brother, was forced to take drastic action after the fire broke out at his home on Tuesday (March 28).I was woken up by the fire alarm and I jumped out the window, he said.My mind was still blurry from having just woken up and I just jumped.The fire had tragic consequences, with the death of Mr Lai's pet dog Coco,...
Daily Star - Diet & Fitness
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A LAD quickly transformed his physique after his long-term lover broke up with him for being too “fat”.
BBC News 24
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properly. I broke down. I was petrified. It scared me, people are going to see me at my most vulnerable in a way that I don't often see myself. But that conversation changed everything because from that point everything was out in the open and I was able to then talk to my friends about it because.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Kim Debron, from Ballarat, Victoria, has opened up about how she is a consensual sex slave, and has been for the past 13 years. Ms Debron met her 'Master', after her second marriage broke down.
Sky News
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I wouldn't have hurt you but I was feeling violent and I started to punch myself in the face. Musician, Professor Green, talking about his father's suicide with Freddie Flintoff. I was 24 and my dad took his own life. I had a conversation with my Nan and I broke down. I was scared people would see me at my most vulnerable
ABC News - International
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A late-night protest broke out in central Paris over the police killing of a Chinese man in a raid at his home
Nottingham Evening Post
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A fire which broke out at a Mansfield town centre pub is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault.Crews from Mansfield and Ashfield stations were called to the Corner House bar in Bridge Street, Mansfield, at around 11am yesterday (Wednesday, March 29) after a fire had broken out.Read more: Pensioner had 'lucky escape' from fire - then tried to go back insideThe fire - which Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service believe was caused by electrics into the premises - was out just before...
Daily Mail - Australia
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Ex-AFL star Barry Hall, 40, let his emotions get the better of him this Thursday when he broke down in tears during a recital of a poem he had written to his unborn child.
Sky News
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and I started to punch myself in the face. Musician, Professor Green talking about his father's suicide with Freddie Flintoff. I was 24 and my dad took his own life. I had a conversation with my Nan and I broke down. I was scared people would see me and my.
TIME - Top Stories
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Daily Mail - Australia
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He broke down in tears live on the radio this week while reciting a letter he had written to his unborn child.
Sky News
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punch myself in the face. Musician, Professor Green talking about his father's suicide with Freddie Flintoff. I was 24 and my dad took his own life. I had a conversation with my Nan and I broke down. I was.
The Sun Daily - Sport
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MIAMI: Venus Williams rolled back the years to send world number one Angelique Kerber crashing out of the Miami Open on Wednesday and advance to a semi-final showdown with Britain's Johanna Konta. Williams, at 36 the oldest woman in the field, downed Kerber in straight sets, winning 7-5, 6-3 while Konta fought back to beat Romania's Simon Halep 3-6, 7-6(9/7), 6-2. Both results had the element of surprise about them with Kerber the top seed and Halep the third and in good form, but they set up what should be a fascinating contest on Thursday. The other semi-final pits Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki against second-seed Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic. With the local crowd behind her, Williams, a three-time winner at Miami clearly believed she could topple the German but the first set saw both players struggle to hold their serves. The American broke Kerber four times while Williams failed to hold serve twice, but the contest was more one-sided in the second set.
France 24
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Greg Monroe and Malcolm Brogdon both had 16 points apiece. Isaiah Thomas top scored 32 points for Boston and also set a new Celtics season record for three-pointers, breaking Antoine Walker's previous mark of 222. Four other Celtics, including Jae Crowder (13) and Avery Bradley (12) posted double figures. Thomas tied Walker's record with a three-pointer bomb in the third quarter and then broke it with another three with 4:13 left, his 223rd three-pointer of the season.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Ex-AFL star Barry Hall, 40, let his emotions get the better of him this Thursday when he broke down in tears during a recital of a poem he had written to his unborn child.
Bleacher Report
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While it would have been easy for the No. 5 seed to slip up against the red-hot Sock, Nadal cruised into the semifinals with a 6-2, 6-3 straight-set triumph over the rising Red, White and Blue star. Tennis TV on Twitter offered a look at match point: Now safely into the final four, Nadal is one win away from possibly setting up a championship meeting with Roger Federer . And considering Federer has already defeated Nadal twice this year in the Australian Open finals and in fourth round at Indian Wells Nadal would figure to be intensely focused on securing a win against his chief rival. As far as the semifinals are concerned, Nadal will meet Fognini after the Italian sent the second-seeded Nishikori home 6-4, 6-2 in a match filled with unpredictable stylings on serve. Although Fognini appeared headed for an easy first-set win when he was up 5-3 serving for the frame, Nishikori broke back for 5-4.
Deadline
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UPDATE with more info: Responding to press inquiries, the WGA says it's willing to return to the bargaining table "whenever the AMPTP is ready to meet and invites us back" even as WGA leaders are urging their members to authorize a strike. The talks for a new film and TV contract broke off Thursday, and even though both sides have now committed to returning to the bargaining table post haste even as guild leaders are urging their members to authorize a strike just...
Deadline
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Responding to press inquiries, the WGA says it's willing to return to the bargaining table "whenever the AMPTP is ready to meet and invites us back." Talks for a new film and TV contract broke off Friday, and the guild has asked members to authorize a strike if future talks fail to produce a fair contract. When talks broke off, both sides said they were willing to return to the bargaining table. The WGA's latest statement indicates they're willing to negotiate even while...