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Downing Street parties: Sue Gray report could come this week as police signal no objection a live updates
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Latest updates: prime minister welcomes Met police investigation into allegations of lockdown rule-breaking

Here is the statement from Dame Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan police commissioner, announcing that No 10 is now being investigated for breach of lockdown rules.

We have a long-established and effective working relationship with the Cabinet Office, who have an investigative capability.

As you well know they have been carrying out an investigation over the last few weeks.

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Long Covid: doctors find aantibody signaturea for patients most at risk
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Low levels of certain antibodies found to be more common in those who go on to develop long Covid

Doctors have discovered an aantibody signaturea that can help identify patients most at risk of developing long Covid, a condition where debilitating symptoms of the disease can persist for many months.

Researchers at University hospital Zurich analysed blood from Covid patients and found that low levels of certain antibodies were more common in those who developed long Covid than in patients who swiftly recovered.

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US finalizing plans to divert gas to Europe if Russia cuts off supply
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The US has helped prepare for the diversion of natural gas supplies from around the world to Europe in the event that the flow from Russia is cut, in an effort to blunt Vladimir Putinas most powerful economic weapon.

As fears of an invasion of Ukraine have grown, US officials said on Tuesday that they had been negotiating with global suppliers, and they were now confident that Europe would not suffer from a sudden loss of energy for heating in the middle of winter.

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Activist deceived into relationship with Met officer wins APS229,000 compensation
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Award made to Kate Wilson after tribunal rules police grossly violated her human rights

An environmental activist who was deceived into a two-year intimate relationship by an undercover police officer has been awarded APS229,000 in compensation after winning a landmark legal case.

Kate Wilson won the compensation after a tribunal ruled in a scathing judgment that police had grossly violated her human rights in five ways.

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UK borrowing figures heap pressure on Rishi Sunak to ditch national insurance hike
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Latest public finance data shows government borrowing APS13bn less this year than forecast in October budget

Pressure is mounting on Rishi Sunak to scrap Aprilas planned increase in national insurance contributions (NICs) after the latest figures for the public finances showed the government borrowing APS13bn less this year than expected in the October budget.

With cost of living pressures mounting, thinktanks and City analysts said a faster drop in the UKas deficit would prompt the chancellor into a rethink of the APS12bn tax hike to pay for the NHS and social care.

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Middlesex chairman condemned for aoutdateda views at racism hearing
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English cricket has come under fresh criticism for its attitudes towards racism and aoutdateda stereotypes after the chairman of Middlesex, Mike OaFarrell, told parliament that the sportas lack of diversity was down to black players preferring football and rugby and the Asian community prioritising education.

Azeem Rafiq and Ebony Rainford-Brent were among those to express their disbelief after OaFarrell suggested to a digital, culture, media and sport select committee hearing that it wasnat cricketas fault that more players from ethnic communities werenat playing the game.

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Woman stabbed in Maida Vale named as Yasmin Chkaifi
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Chkaifi, 43, was attacked in the street by Leon McCaskre, 41, before he died after being hit by car

A woman who was stabbed to death in Maida Vale, London, on Monday has been named as Yasmin Chkaifi, and according to a neighbour suffered years of abuse at the hands of her killer.

Chkaifi, 43, also known as Wafah, was attacked in the street by Leon McCaskre, 41, before he died after being hit by a blue Renault Clio. The 26-year driver was arrested on Monday on suspicion of murder and later bailed pending further investigation.

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Boy, 15, stabbed multiple times at school in Cumbria
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Teenager flown to hospital after allegedly being attacked by 16-year-old fellow pupil

A 15-year-old boy has been flown to hospital after being stabbed multiple times at school, allegedly by a fellow pupil.

Police were called to Walney school in Cumbria after the knife attack at about 10am on Tuesday.

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Cause of fire that destroyed Glasgow School of Art awill never be knowna
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Mackintosh building was so badly damaged by 2018 blaze that the cause remains aundetermineda, according to long-awaited report

The fire that ripped through Glasgow School of Artas Mackintosh building in 2018 was so fierce and all-consuming that the cause can never be known conclusively, according to a long-awaited report.

The art school said it ashared the frustrationa that the exact cause of the fire, which destroyed the iconic Grade A-listed building as it neared the end of a APS35m restoration project following an earlier blaze in May 2014, had not been identified in the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) report, published on Tuesday.

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Ulster Unionist leader adeeply ashameda over ahorrifica tweets
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Doug Beattie to consult party about stepping down after tweets branded misogynistic and racist emerged

The leader of the Ulster Unionist party is fighting for his political future after a series of historical tweets emerged that have been condemned as misogynistic and racist.

Doug Beattie said he was adeeply ashameda about the ahorrifica tweets and would consult his colleagues over whether he should step down.

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Peter Dinklage criticises Disney for abackwardsa remake of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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Actor who has a form of dwarfism says the studioas pride in casting a Latina Snow White is undercut by stereotypes retained elsewhere

Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage has taken aim at Disney for what he called its afucking backwardsa forthcoming live action adaptation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Dinklage, who stars in Joe Wrightas new film, Cyrano, accused the studio of double standards by attending to racial diversity in its cast but falling back on other damaging stereotypes.

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aI wanted to try cocaine, but Jimi was against ita: Janis Ian on her tough, starlit life in music
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Hendrix and Janis Joplin warned her off drugs, she sang for James Brown and Salvador DalA offered to paint her. Janis Ianas confessional folk-pop is still sensational a so why is she retiring from recording?

aI learned the truth at 17 / That love was meant for beauty queens / And high school girls with clear-skinned smiles / Who married young and then retired.a Janis Ianas At Seventeen is an indelible portrait of life from the perspective of a socially awkward unattractive teen, inspired by a newspaper article that the singer-songwriter read about a young woman who thought her life would be perfect. aI learned the truth at 18,a the girl told the journalist. Ian changed her age and spent three months working on the intimate and confessional lyrics.

aYou couldnat write a song like that without having gone through it,a Ian says, video-calling from her home in New Jersey. Now 70, her hair is short and white, no longer the dark curls she sported on her album covers during the 60s and 70s. aThe first time I sang At Seventeen in public I did it with my eyes closed. I felt like I was naked and I was sure the audience was going to be laughing.a

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Big Dog was now The Suspect, but at least Grayas report would be delayeda| Oh. | John Crace
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Boris Johnsonas day goes from bad to worse, with only a hardcore of loyalists left defending him

Big Dog was having a bad morning. Normally he could rely on Grant Shapps to put up a spirited defence of any government lie, which is why he had been sent out to do the morning media round.

But not even the transport secretary had been bothered to put a positive spin on the latest birthday party revelations. He had even made the schoolboy error of calling a party a party, when everyone knew that word was a no-no inside No 10.

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Liz Truss: why EU praise for foreign secretary may be unwanted
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Minister has been attacked in Chinese media, but MaroA! A efAoviAas warm remarks could be of more concern

It was only a month ago that Liz Truss, perhaps best known until recently for her strong feelings about the adisgracea that is imported cheese, was appointed foreign secretary.

Some had questioned Trussas suitability for the role given a patchy record in the cabinet, but the liberty-loving minister has seemingly already made a mark on the global stage.

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aPeace, freedom, no dictatorship!a: Germans protest against Covid restrictions
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The university city of Cottbus held one of 2,000 rallies across Germany on Monday, stoked by the far right

On Monday evening on the dot of 7pm people emerged from dimly lit side streets and gathered on the Oberkirchplatz square in Cottbus for what has become a weekly ritual in towns and cities across Germany: a protest against coronavirus protection measures.

The demonstrations have grown in strength as cases of the Omicron variant have surged, and in recent weeks a looming decision on bringing in a vaccine mandate has become the focus of protestersa ire. More than 2,000 rallies were held nationwide on Monday, drawing tens of thousands of participants.

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Jana Bennett obituary
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Groundbreaking BBC executive whose list of achievements included the launch of BBC Three, BBC Four and iPlayer

Jana Bennett, who has died aged 66 of brain cancer, was the first woman appointed as director of television at the BBC, and its first director of vision, with responsibility for the corporationas entire output, across TV, online content and interactive technology.

Her transformative impact on British and, later, American television affected not just what we watch but how we watch it. Leading the transition into the digital and on-demand world, she oversaw the launch of BBC Three, BBC Four, CBeebies and CBBC as well as the groundbreaking iPlayer.

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Taming the Garden review a fascinating study of a billionaireas destructive folly
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SalomA(c) Jashias film follows the journey of hundreds of mature trees as they are uprooted across Georgia to populate a rich manas garden

Like a sad, greedy king in some fairytale or parable, the Georgian billionaire and former prime minister Bidzina Ivanishvili set out, six years ago, to buy and uproot hundreds of magnificent mature trees and transport them at colossal expense and difficulty across Georgia to be transplanted in his own huge private garden. It sometimes involves taking a tree by water, along the Black Sea coast a a truly surreal image.

SalomA(c) Jashias fascinating and deadpan film shows, in a series of tableau-type shots, the effect that these purchases are having up and down the land. Local workers squabble among themselves at the dangerous, strenuous, but nonetheless lucrative job of digging them up. The landowners and communities brood on the sizeable sums of money they are getting paid and Ivanishvilias promises that roads will also be built. But at the moment of truth, they are desolate when the Faustian bargain must be settled and the huge, ugly haulage trucks come to take their trees away in giant apotsa of earth, as if part of their natural soul is being confiscated. (Surely at least some of these trees will have died en route, although this is not revealed.)

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aThere is absolutely systemic racisma: BAME headteachers share their views
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Four headteachers describe the obstacles they have had to overcome to reach senior leadership roles

Josephine Okokon, head of St Martins-in-the-Field high school for girls, London

My race became an issue very early in my career as a teacher and I began to discover these subtle, covert barriers. I was often the only female teacher of colour and I soon began to see the white teachers getting more encouragement, more support and more mentoring than me. I was left to fend for myself.

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Middle-age spread: it might not be as bad as you think
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According to new data, some obese people are healthier than others because they store fat under the skin, not around their vital organs

Name: Middle-age spread.

Age: 40+.

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Covid live: Pfizer launches Omicron vaccine trial; UK reports highest daily deaths since February
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Company hopes vaccine will be ready for approval by March; UK reports 439 deaths and more than nearly 95,000 cases

The UKas transport secretary Grant Shapps is on Sky News a he has been championing the governmentas decision to drop Covid testing and quarantine requirements for international travel from 11 February, which he pointed out was in time for half-term holidays in England. He said:

Itas been a long time coming, but when you go abroad there are no more tests to take when you come home. So you donat need to take a test before you leave, wherever youare coming from, to get here. You donat need to take a day two test, itas already gone. You can just come home, and the only thing we ask you to do is fill in a passenger locator form, which we are going to simplify. Thatas it. No quarantine. No testing. And all that cost would fall away.

A couple of other small things, including children 12 to 15 being able to use the NHS Covid app to demonstrate that theyave been vaccinated. Thatas where countries require that. And under-eighteens are exempt anyway. Itas going to be a big change, much cheaper, and Iam really delighted.

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aAlone and bedriddena: how four people celebrated their birthdays during lockdown
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Boris Johnson marked birthday with up to 30 staff present while the nation stuck to tight lockdown rules

A birthday party was held for prime minister Boris Johnson with cake and singing in the cabinet room on 19 June 2020, it emerged on Monday, with up to 30 staff present for Johnsonas 56th birthday under lockdown restrictions.

At the time, indoor gatherings were banned and pubs, restaurants and hairdressers remained shuttered. Meet-ups outdoors were capped at six people.

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Netflixas Byron Baes cast appear to flout NSW Covid measures in Instagram videos
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Covid cases in the Byron Bay area have exploded since December.

Cast members of the Netflix reality series Byron Baes have posted videos to social media of people dancing to live music at a crowded Byron Bay venue in apparent contravention of New South Wales Covid measures.

Two of the showas other stars have posted videos in the days after receiving positive Covid tests that appear to show them out in public.

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Covid denialist and Bolsonaro ally Olavo de Carvalho died of virus, says daughter
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Rightwing radical was a towering figure in Brazil who was adored and abhorred in equal measure by millions of followers and foes

Olavo de Carvalho, the coronavirus-denying mentor of Jair Bolsonaro and Brazilas radical right, has died in the United States, with one of his children citing Covid-19 as the cause.

aThe family a| asks for prayers for the professoras soul,a relatives said on Twitter after announcing the death of the 74-year-old polemicist a a towering figure in contemporary Brazilian politics who was adored and abhorred in equal measure by millions of followers and foes.

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Boris Johnson has finally gone full Marie Antoinette a only heas hogging all the cake | Marina Hyde
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Quite how long Conservative MPs and the British public will continue to indulge the prime minister is unclear

Yesterdayas announcement of an inquiry into alleged anti-Muslim racism in the government meant I was going to begin with one of the more eye-watering quotes from Boris Johnsonas terrible novel Seventy-Two Virgins. (Seventy-Two Virgins is the title, not who bought it.) But further partygate revelations a and finally a police investigation a instead force me to tong open another work in the Johnson canon: The Churchill Factor. This minimum opus is riddled with sensational factual errors but is meant to advance Johnsonas big theory that we shouldnat write off great men as ameretricious bubbles on the vast tides of social historya. On the contrary, great men turn history, and heas one of them. (Johnson, obviously a not Churchill. Britainas greatest wartime leader is chiefly deployed as a useful proxy for the narcissist author.)

It is, then, entirely fitting of Boris Johnsonas historical stature that as Russia stands on the brink of an invasion of Ukraine, the talk is all of the PMas singalong birthday party during the first lockdown. Has ever a meretricious bubble been more in need of a pin? A vast tide of something is flowing out of Downing Street, but it doesnat smell like history.

Marina Hyde is a Guardian columnist

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Why is parliament still banning itself from talking about the monarchy? | Martin Kettle
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When Keir Starmer was blocked from talking about the Queen, it highlighted a convention that has no place in the 21st century

With Boris Johnson reeling, the House of Commons was a stormy place at prime ministeras questions last Wednesday. The impact on the prime ministeras fate was minutely scrutinised. As a result, a separate exchange during that session has had less attention than it deserves.

In one of his questions, Keir Starmer began talking about the contrast, widely highlighted in the media beforehand, between the Queen sitting alone, obeying Covid rules at her husbandas funeral, and staff at No 10 ignoring the rules while partying with colleagues the previous evening.

Martin Kettle is a Guardian columnist

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Has the West fallen for Putinas tricks in Ukraine? | Keir Giles
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Russia wants to see Nato rolled back a and Ukraine is far from its only pawn in the game

The west has been fixated for more than two months on Russian preparations to mount a new land invasion of Ukraine. Except, it hasnat happened a and itas not likely to happen, at least in the form thatas most commonly imagined. Russia has used the bright, shiny object of an obvious troop concentration to panic the west into considering seriously its demands for rolling back Nato. But by focusing on the wrong problem, and joining in negotiations on Russiaas terms, the US and Nato have fallen for a massive strategic deception operation.

By all accounts Russiaas preparations for conflict are genuine. But then, they have to be. When it conducted a dry run for the current deployments last year, Russia saw how foreign analysts swiftly discounted the likelihood of a major assault because they saw forces had not arrived with essential materiel, such as medical supplies or ammunition, or the support elements necessary to mount and sustain combat operations. This time Russia has made sure they are there, and visible. And Russia is continuing to move troops westwards in order to keep up the pressure on western decision-makers.

Keir Giles works with the Russia and Eurasia programme of Chatham House. He is the author of Moscow Rules: What Drives Russia to Confront the West

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Unsure about returning to the office? Perhaps donat ask a billionaire for advice | Arwa Mahdawi
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Airbnbas boss says post-pandemic we could all enjoy being auntethereda from workplaces while the architect of Googleplex thinks offices need to be reimagined. Perhaps itas time to stop asking billionaires about the future of work

Is the office dead? Or have rumours of its death been greatly exaggerated? The pandemic has already spawned a million think pieces on the subject. Now that Boris Johnson has dropped work-from-home guidance and some big companies are starting to tell staff to come back in, brace yourself for a gazillion more.

If you donat have time to navigate the debate, hereas a handy summary: the future of work looks very different depending on who you ask. People who have spent the pandemic Zooming from spacious holiday homes, and those with a financial stake in remote work, seem to be adamant that the days of trudging to an office are over. People with a financial stake in commercial real estate and ancillary industries, meanwhile, have been working overtime extolling the virtues of in-person work.

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aSwan in perila turns out to be plastic chair as RSPCA races to scene
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The plastic chair was swanning around in the water.

aDead bodya in car was simply a mannequin of Prince Charming
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Police were called when someone reported a pair of legs in black trainers and socks dangling over the front headrest of a car on the M11.

Tesla driver stuck in London traffic jam caught watching porn on console screen
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That's meant to be for navigation...

Hoard of more than 200 Roman coins unearthed aby foraging badgera
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The find is thought to be the largest of its kind ever unearthed in northern Spain.

Chaos as 80 ostriches escape farm and dash through streets as one makes it to motorway
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The group of huge birds are famous for being able to run at speeds of up to 60mph.

Why are cats scared of cucumbers?
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Move over, dogs - cucumbers may be a cat's greatest enemy.

North Korea is claiming that Kim Jong-il invented the burrito
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The former leader is said to have thought up the idea in 2011.

Stunning drone footage makes it look like sea is boiling
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Frozen Siberian air could be seen over the water as temperatures plummeted.

Scuba diving pizza boy, 59, started deliveries after losing job to Covid
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He loves seeing the reaction of guests as he surfaces with their dinner.

Stowaway bra lizard among RSPCAas strangest rescues of 2021
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Let us introduce you to the year's most awkward animals.

Jerk alpaca, kangaroo skewers and mealworms: We tried out the abushtuckera Christmas dinner
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Lovebugs and crocodile was also on London's weirdest menu.

Chunky squirrel gets stuck in bird feeder after eating all the nuts
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A cautionary tale of where greed can take you.

aCrucifixion of Jesusa appears inside tangerine, or is it Spiderman?
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Praise be!

Flames shoot from Ryanair plane after it flies into flock of herons
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The pilots managed to land the plane safety despite the bird strike on their final approach.

Cheeky cow goes for a ride on a water slide after escaping slaughterhouse
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The animal didn't quite grasp the concept of a flume.

aCock-upa as three giant stone penises stolen from shop
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Cops are facing a hard job trying to find the culprit behind this mystery crime.

Man called Alan Pidgley fined APS500 for his noisy pigeons
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His neighbour complained about the 'unrelenting' sound which was said to be louder than passing planes overhead.

Man aon mission to collect chip from every Wetherspoon in UKa
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He claims to be coating the chips in Vaseline and wax to make them last longer.

Cafe scraps pensioner special because of aggro from impatient elderly
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The APS15-a-head deal proved very popular and led to long queues at the seafood restaurant.

Police admit officer did mistake paddling pool of goldfish for sharks
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The truth is a little bit less exciting than the inspector made out.

Police called to help untangle seven baby squirrels after tails got knotted up
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Cops separated the group aunder the watchful eye of mama squirrela.

Golfer miffed at being banned from course destroys green with weed killer
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Glen Newton was furious at losing his membership at Woolley Park Golf Club in Wakefield last year.

Runaway iguana rescued from pub after scaling roof for a sunbathing session
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Ronnie sailed up the walls of the Ship Inn before being safely returned to his owner.

Goldfish has APS300 surgery to have mass removed from its mouth
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Bluebell likes to be hand-fed and will come to the surface for a back rub.

Parrot canat stop telling owner to af*** offa in northern accent
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Scooby the lippy African Grey loves nothing better than telling his owner Lorraine Gregory to af*** offa.

Bricklayer solves mystery of the Castleford Croc arunning wilda in his garden
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The good people of Castleford can rest easy once again - the mystery has been solved.

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