Abbie Cavendish

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    British toddler reunited with his mother after kidnap ordeal in Kuala Lumpur

    A British toddler has been found ten kilometres from his Kuala Lumpur home after being kidnapped from his front garden. 20-month-old Freddie Joseph was taken from his house in Bangsar, an affluent Kuala Lumpur suburb, at 6:10pm local time yesterday. The toddler was found hungry and tired by Lake Titiwangsa, a park...

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    Cosmetic surgery procedures increasing in Britain and globally

    Plastic surgery procedures are currently on the up, both in Britain and the rest of the world. A recent survey by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS) has revealed that 20 percent of South Korean women have now undergone cosmetic surgery, and in the United Kingdom in 2012, women underwent...

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    Online sales figures hit all-time high

    Figures reviewing online sales in the Christmas period in Britain have...

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    Car sales in Europe plunge 16%

    European car sales fell by 16.3% last December, in the biggest drop that has been...

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    Django Unchained: Another Tarantino success

    As the British public eagerly awaits the UK release of his lates...

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    Parental child abduction rises by 88% in a decade

    The number of British children taken abroad permanently by one of their parents has risen by 88% since 2003, new figures published by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) show.  In 2011-12, 512 cases spread across 84 countries have been reported in Britain, compared to 272 cases over 51 countries in 2003-4....

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    Unemployed across the UK to get free bus in attempt to boost work prospects

    Over 800,000 unemployed Britons are to benefit from a scheme offering free travel on over 70% of the UK’s bus routes in a bid to help them in finding employment. There will be free bus travel in January for those who have been unemployed for between three months and a year and...

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    Prank call nurse Saldanha a victim of the media?

    The news that one of the nurses involved in the now infamous prank phone call by two Australian DJs has been found dead in a suspected suicide, has taken the global media by storm.  Nurse Jacintha Saldanha – who leaves behind two teenage children – was found dead in staff lodgings at...

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    Prime Minister Cameron backs same-sex church weddings

    David Cameron could face a possible backlash from the more conservative members of his own party after affirming plans to allow religious institutions to conduct same-sex weddings. Mr Cameron said: “I’m a massive supporter of marriage and I don’t want gay people to be excluded from a great institution… this is a...