Molly Kersey

Molly Kersey

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    Outrage over reports MPs put energy bills on expenses

    MPs have caused outrage after claiming £200,000 worth of taxpayers’ money in order to pay for their energy bills. The Sunday Mirror has revealed that around 340 MPs have been using the parliamentary expenses system to cover the cost of heating their second homes. Their analysis showed that 41 MPs submitted bills...

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    Public warned not to “clog up” 999 phone lines as storm approaches

    The Met Police are reminding the public not to call 999 unless it is an emergency as a storm predicted to be the worst of the century approaches. High winds are expected to bring about an increase in demand of people calling the emergency services. Police are reminding the public to dial...

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    Putin writes Syria opinion piece for New York Times

    Furthering academic debate over how to respond to the...

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    Bali drug smuggler loses death penalty appeal

    A British woman, who was sentenced to death by firing squad f...

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    Armstrong comes to agreement with Sunday Times over doping libel

    Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong ha...

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    Five suspects arrested over photojournalist gang rape

    All of the five men accused of carrying out a gang ...

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    Four fatalities in Shetland helicopter crash

    Police have now named the four fatalities of a Shetland helicopter crash which occurred at approximately 6.27pm on Friday. The four oil workers killed were George Allison, 57, Duncan Munro, 46, Sarah Darnley, 45, and Gary McCrossan, 59. The Super Puma L2 is reported to have gone down approximately two miles west...

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    Prince Harry “irritated” by lack of effort to clear landmines

    Prince Harry is reportedly “irritated” that some nations which have provided landmines in Africa are not providing help or assistance with the clearance effort. These revelations were made by the head of the Halo Trust, one of Prince Harry’s charities, and came after the prince had journeyed to Angola to see the...

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    Archbishop of Canterbury snubs RSPCA role

    The Archbishop of Canterbury has put an end to a long standing tradition by snubbing a position at the top of the RSPCA, ending many years of Church involvement with the charity. The RSPCA was founded by a London vicar in 1984 and the refusal to maintain leadership of the charity could...

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    Presidential run-off takes place in Mali

    People in Mali are voting in a Presidential election run-off that follows a year of chaos that has seen a coup and a military intervention to remove Islamist rebels from the North. The UN has stressed the significance of this election, believing it to be an important step towards restoring constitutional order...