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UK tabloid suspends staff in row with Miliband

A British newspaper suspended 2 journalists and apologised to opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband on Thursday, after it sent an uninvited reporter to a family memorial service in a “terrible lapse of judgment”.

Flowers bloomed for 240m years

Flowers may have existed even before the first known dinosaurs roamed the earth, blooming 100 million years earlier than previously thought, a new fossil study has found.

Churchill wanted to gas Indian tribes?

Winston Churchill wanted chemical weapons to be used against “troublesome” tribes in North India during the British colonial rule to suppress them, a noted historian has claimed citing an official mem

Top member of Britain’s Conservatives held over rape claim

A top member of prime minister David Cameron’s Conservative party has been arrested on suspicion of raping a teenage girl, British police said on Saturday.

Blues, Spurs renew rivalry


Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will put their Premier League title credentials to the test when they renew their rivalry at White Hart Lane on Saturday.

Third year of marriage is happiest, fifth toughest

Five-year itch? Couples are happiest in their third year of marriage, while the fifth year of the relationship is the toughest, a new UK study has found.

Orwell’s bloodstained scarf for auction in UK

A bloodied, bullet-holed scarf that 1984 author George Orwell was wearing when he was shot in the throat during the Spanish Civil War is going up for auction in the UK.

Man City continue riot


Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur breezed into the League Cup fourth round on Tuesday, while Sunderland began life without Paolo Di Canio by beating Peterborough United.

England’s lee gets Record 12-year ban

England’s Stephen Lee was give a record 12-year ban on Wednesday after being found guilty of seven charges of match-fixing, snooker’s world governing body announced.

New Bond novel launched


Flanked by vintage sports cars and glamorous flight attendants, author William Boyd on Wednesday unveiled the new James Bond novel Solo in which he opts for a 1960s settings for 007’s exploits.

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