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Volunteers left naked and painted blue get sneak peek at Spencer Tunick images

More than 3,000 people who posed naked and were painted blue for a major artwork are getting to see the results for the first time.

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Incurable breast cancer survey finds poor care due to specialist nurses shortage

Women with incurable breast cancer are receiving poor care due to a lack of specialist nurses, according to a new report.

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Spectral shock for TV's Most Haunted team

Yvette Fielding's Most Haunted team recorded its most terrifying footage yet when it appeared to film a clear image of a ghostly presence.

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Proms banish Doctor Who and other popular shows as they try new approach

The Proms have banished the popular TV spin-offs this year - with no proof that the likes of the Strictly Come Dancing and Doctor Who concerts have brought in new audiences to classical music.

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Boarding school housemaster denies having foot fetish, court hears

A boarding school housemaster accused of sexually assaulting two pupils late at night in bed denied he had a foot fetish, a jury has heard.

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HS2 Ltd vows to 'tighten up' procurement process after conflict of interest row

HS2 Ltd has pledged to "tighten" the way it awards contracts following a row over alleged conflicts of interest.

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Hearing held ahead of teenager's July trial over death of Katie Rough, seven

A further court hearing for a teenager accused of murdering seven-year-old Katie Rough has been held.

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Prison violence could be under-reported, warns watchdog

Violence in Britain's prisons may be even worse than previously thought because incidents are being under-reported, a European watchdog has warned.

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Teenagers held in murder probe after man found injured in Doncaster park dies

Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of murder after man found injured in a park died in hospital.

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Mother's 'come home' plea to missing Alicia

The mother of a missing teenager has appealed for her daughter to come home.

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Boarding school housemaster 'sexually touched pupils' feet', court told

A housemaster at an independent boarding school sexually touched the feet of two pupils while he thought they were asleep in bed, a jury has heard.

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York to become first Human Rights City in the UK

York is declaring itself the UK's first Human Rights City.

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Double hand transplant patient claps Leeds Rhinos on to pitch

The first person in the UK to have a double hand transplant has celebrated the success of his operation by clapping his beloved Leeds Rhinos on to the pitch for a rugby league clash.

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Traffic fumes pollution 'affects happiness as much as death and divorce'

Pollution from traffic fumes can be as bad for people's happiness as bereavement or divorce, according to a study.

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13 Reasons Why 'awful portrayal of mental health' says singer Lucy Spraggan

Former X Factor contestant Lucy Spraggan has branded a Netflix series which tackles teenage suicide an "awful, awful portrayal of mental health and suicide".

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Stabbing victim's father urges all families to address knife crime increase

The father of a man stabbed to death is calling on families across the country to address the rise in knife crime.

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Memorial plaque for Jo Cox to be unveiled in House of Commons

A memorial plaque for murdered MP Jo Cox will be unveiled in the House of Commons next month, bearing a coat of arms her children helped design.

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Father of Claudia Lawrence hopes for Missing People Choir BGT win

The father of chef Claudia Lawrence has urged viewers to carry the Missing People Choir to Britain's Got Talent victory in the hope the £250,000 prize will help reunite their families.

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Cathedral to host low-key memorial service on Hillsborough anniversary

A low-key memorial service will take place on Saturday to mark the 28th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy.

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Cathedral to host low-key memorial service on Hillsborough anniversary

A low-key memorial service will take place on Saturday to mark the 28th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy.

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