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Woman suffers scars after falling under motorbike in Zante

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A teenage holiday worker suffered horrific scars after falling underneath a high-powered motorbike wheels wearing just a bikini – before being run over by a second vehicle.  Aimee Montgomery, who was 19 at the time, was at a boat party in Zante before getting a lift back to her apartment with a bouncer after having Read More

Spain’s PM insists the country will not be divided

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Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Spain would not be divided on the eve of Catalonia’s expected independence declaration. Another major business – Cellnex – is considering leaving Barcelona for Madrid amid the toxic atmosphere a week after Catalonia held a referendum that authorities there say showed voters overwhelmingly support independence. The telecommunications company’s board Read More

Murderer Luke Mitchell in fresh bid to clear his name

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One of Britain’s most notorious murderers is set to relaunch a bid to clear his name. ‘Satanic’ Luke Mitchell was jailed for life for the murder of his girlfriend Jodi Jones, 14, who was found mutilated in woodland near her home in Dalkeith, Midlothian. Her hands had been tied behind her back, her throat cut Read More

Derelict chapel turned into luxury home near Hampton Court

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A derelict chapel that has been transformed into a heavenly home has gone on the market for £1.8m. When Keith Holmes, 73, bought the property in 1997 it was a complete wreck with missing tiles, woodworm and smashed stained glass windows. He had to completely gut the building before he could turn it into a Read More

Passenger who helped mum with autistic son speaks out

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A train passenger who stepped in to help a mother with an autistic son has denied being a hero, claiming: ‘You just do what you can to help’. Gayna Pealling was travelling on a train when Jack, 5, and his four-year-old sister Amy, when her son started playing up. Instead of ignoring the situation, recruitment Read More