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Woman makes heartwarming nostalgic discovery when checking Google Maps
The art student posted the discovery on Reddit and found she was not alone
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UK Cannabis legalisation would raise £1BILLION and is ‘pretty inevitable’ says campaigner
CANNABIS legalisation would raise “at least” a billion pounds in tax revenue and is “pretty close to being inevitable” according to an individual liberties campaigner.
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Chloe Ferry sings ‘Thank U, Next’ on night out after Amber and Sam scandal
The Geordie Shore star shared clips from her raucous night out at the Eden bar and restaurant in Newcastle as tensions escalated between her and Love Island winner Amber Davies
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Sandwich River Stour search resumes for boy aged 6
The child fell into the River Stour in Sandwich, Kent, on Saturday lunchtime.
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Pig hearts could be adapted for human use 'within three years', according to pioneering surgeon
Sir Terence English, who performed Britain's first ever successful heart transplant, said his mentee from the 1979 operation will try to replace a human kidney with a pigs before the end of the year.
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Labour drawing up plans to reverse Brexit after Britain leaves the EU
EXCLUSIVE: Senior Labour MP says: 'Just because something is done, it doesn't mean it can't be undone' in move to provide a back-up plan if Jeremy Corbyn fails in bid to lead national unity government
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Tesco drops pork suppliers after animal rights campaigners release footage of shocking abuse
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Tesco banned meat from Hogwood Farm in Warwickshire after activists from Viva! filmed images they claim expose 'systematic animal abuse'.
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Teenagers who identify as transgender taking 'puberty blocker' drugs 'may suffer from weaker bones'
A study of nearly 6,500 young adults in Bristol found those who naturally went through puberty late have less dense bones by the age of 25. This makes them more prone to fractures.
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Heath on London's drug problem 
HEATH: 'We live in a part of London awash with drugs. But at weekends we have a cottage in the country awash with drugs.'
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MATTHEW GOODWIN on why a book about the rise of Yellow Vests can teach Boris how to heal Britain
Professor of Politics at the University of Kent MATTHEW GOODWIN says Boris Johnson should pay attention to the rise of the yellow-vested activists in France.
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BBC hands out hundreds of Wimbledon tickets to guests including Gary Lineker's agent
Multi-millionaire sports agent Jon Holmes (pictured), who acts for the Match Of The Day presenter, was given complimentary Centre Court tickets with a partner for day five at SW19.
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Girl in Andrew photo asks Met again to investigate
Officers from the Met Police have been asked by Virginia Roberts, one of the disgraced billionaire's victims, to resume their inquiries into the 'abuse' she claims she suffered in London.
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Michelle Obama: Former FLOTUS makes touching Barack revelation - ‘He looked troubled'
MICHELLE OBAMA has seen her popularity increase since leaving the White House and has often been tipped as potential Democrat nominee.
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Malaysian police admit 'inexperienced' officers may have missed 'vital clues' in Nora Quoirin search
A police officer in Malaysia has said some of the searchers looking for Nora Quoirin, 15, 'were inexperienced and got tired quickly in the hot and humid conditions.'
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Carrie Symonds 'will travel with Boris Johnson to meet the Queen at Balmoral'
It's believed Carrie Symonds will be the first unmarried partner of a PM to stay at the Queen's Scottish residence
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Life of Brian scenes that even the Pythons were too afraid to show
Papers from the British Library archive of Monty Python star Michael Palin reveal lines which were cut from the 1979 film Life Of Brian. One lost scene was Joseph explaining a Virgin Birth to a group of friends.
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ALEXANDRA SHULMAN'S Notebook: Men LOVE childcare… but only if it's in a bar or a casino
Alexandra Shulman tackles the issues caused by the Advertising Standards Authority's decision to ban two TV ads last week on the grounds that they reinforced gender stereotypes/
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Owen Jones targeted in SAVAGE street attack outside pub - ‘Kicked me in the head’
OWEN JONES said he was left with “a big bump on my head and a cut back” after reportedly being assaulted outside a pub by a group of man.
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Holocaust survivor reveals how the French held thousands of doomed Jews in Paris prison camp
Simon Gutman, 95, spent eight months in Paris' Drancy camp before he was sent to Auschwitz. Simon was one of 19 men out of 1,112 from Convoy Number 1 who ever saw Paris again.
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PETER HITCHENS: Remember those useless A-Levels? The people who took them now run the country… 
PETER HITCHENS: If you want to tell the truth in modern Britain, you need to be very patient. More than 20 years ago, I discovered just how badly English school exams had been devalued.
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Critics slam 'unfit for purpose' child support system
Tanya Ivackovic, 50, from Edinburgh, says that the unfit Child Maintenance Service has allowed her ex-partner Sean Horsley, 42, to shirk responsibility for their two teenage sons.
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Drug café exposed by Mail on Sunday recruits Britain's 'smallest prisoner' to promote it in adverts 
Britain's 'smallest prisoner' burglar Aiden Henry, who is 3ft and uses the nickname 'Likkle Man', has been recruited to promote the Rich Nerdz cannabis cafe in Shoreditch, East London.
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Meghan Markle and Harry 'fly on private jet again' after gas-guzzling Ibiza trip
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were reportedly spotted getting off their private jet in Nice with baby Archie on Wednesday
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Duke and Duchess of Sussex take SECOND private plane in two days just 48 hours after Ibiza holiday
The Royals (pictured) used the £15million plane (similar pictured) on a trip to Nice in the South of France just 48 hours after it was revealed they used one for a secret six-day trip to Ibiza.
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Vernon Kay insists he's a feminist despite sexting behind wife Tess Daly's back
EXCLUSIVE: The TV presenter was singing the praises of women's sport when he made the ironic claim
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The Internet has ruined video games and the world – Reader’s Feature
A reader makes a plea to gamers to just enjoy video games for what they are, rather than an excuse to get angry on social media.
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Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: What’s your favourite strategy game?
GameCentral readers discuss the best strategy games ever made, from XCOM to Warhammer 40,000: Dawn Of War II.
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How becoming a parent makes you more in favour of censorship – Reader’s Feature
A reader muses over the fact that while he used to hate the concept of censorship becoming a parent has made him think again.
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Critics slam 'radical' plans by Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson to stop jailing so many female criminals 
Radical plans by Jo Swinson's Liberal Democrats to stop jailing many women criminals and to ditch mandatory sentences for possession of knives were branded 'lunacy' last night.
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Left-wing political commentator Owen Jones is attacked in street
Left-wing commentator and Guardian columnist Owen Jones said he was kicked in the head after leaving a pub with friends and being followed by a gang in London at about 2am yesterday.
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Scientists warn too much of 'superfood' porridge topping flaxseed 'could cause cyanide poisoning' 
Flaxseed contains a naturally occurring compound that can produce cyanide gas as it degrades. Adults could end up ill if they consume just three teaspoons of it in one sitting.
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The tantalising mystery of Ghislaine Maxwell's burger bar 'makeover'
Conspiracy theorists have leapt on apparent discrepancies in the images of the 57-year-old eating at In-N-Out Burger in Hollywood, pointing to a seemingly photoshopped poster.
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Cannabis, cars, family pets and even HANDCUFFS are among the items stolen from the police
More than half the thefts were from the Metropolitan Police, which recorded 971 stolen items worth £198,402, including 14 laptops, 24 items of official uniform and a domestic pet.
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BLACK DOG: Dog days for No 10's Larry
BLACK DOG: Relations between 10 and 11 Downing Street plummeted last week after Sajid Javid's dog Bailey tried to take a chunk out of the PM's Chief Mouser Larry the Cat.
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Sniffer dogs are being trained to detect HEDGEHOGS in revolutionary bid to preserve the species 
Henry, a three-year-old springer spaniel, helps to locate the prickly mammals. He can detect a hidden hedgehog 250 yards away and will go to sit next to it before it is moved out of harm's way.
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The 10 surprising things you can't recycle
After McDonald's says its paper straws cannot be recycled, what other items only go in general waste?
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As the model is unexpectedly honoured for her philanthropy meet Naomi Campbell's VERY rum chums
The Mail on Sunday has taken a look at some of Naomi Campbell's friends, including Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey, after a British charity said it would honour her 'philanthropic work'.
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Unborn baby is among 14 people killed in 'Russian air strike' in northern Syria 
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. An unborn baby is believed to have been killed in a Russian air strike in northern Syria. The corpse was recovered from the remains of a building.
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Lawyer thinks Jeffrey Epstein did a 'cost-benefit analysis and thought he'd be better off dead'
Alan Dershowitz believes Jeffrey Epstein killed himself at Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York last Saturday because 'he didn't want to spend the rest of his life in prison'.
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Eastenders star Jake Wood shares stunning snap of aspiring model daughter Amber
The 47-year-old actor shared the snap of daughter Amber Bo on Instagram and tagged the Wilhelmina Models agency on the post in a bid to catch their eye
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Rural idyll lost post office, butchers, hairdresser and GP blow by blow
Horsted Keynes, West Sussex, is just under 33 miles from Trafalgar Square. The fracturing of its community spirit has been a result of many factors including market forces and the internet.
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Best headphones under £100 you can buy in the UK
Get deeper bass, crisper treble and full bodied sound with a new pair of headphones to turbo charge your podcasts and music on the daily commute or in the gym. We bring you the best headphones you can buy for under £100 in the UK from Amazon, Beats, JVC and more.
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TALK OF THE TOWN: Is Doria the REAL power behind Meghan's throne
TALK OF THE TOWN: Palace insiders suspect that Doria's fingerprints are all over several major decisions the Duke and Duchess have made - making her Meghan's only trusted adviser.
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'We must protect those who protect us,' says Police Federation chair
John Apter, Chair of the Police Federation, writes in the Sunday Mirror: My thoughts were immediately with PC Andrew Harper's family - news of a serving officer losing their life is always heartbreaking
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An Eiffel tour? Non merci!
A quarter of Britons who visit Paris don't even bother to go to see the Eiffel Tower, a survey revealed, and a similar number who travel to Cairo don't go to see the Great Pyramid of Giza.
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Newspaper headlines: PM 'takes fight to EU' while Corbyn pleads with MPs
The papers focus on politics as Boris Johnson ramps up no-deal plans and urges the EU to renegotiate.
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