Knife arches to be set up at Notting Hill carnival | Culture

Knife arches are being installed at Notting Hill carnival for the first time in the hope they will help reassure people it is safe to attend. After a wave of violent crime in the capital in recent months, the arches will be placed at “strategic points” along the route of the west London street party, […]

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Lorraine’s psychic cat predicts Christine Lampard will have a GIRL as she celebrates last day at work before giving birth

PREGNANT Christine Lampard is having a baby girl – according to Lorraine’s physic cat. The 39-year-old mum was treated to a baby shower themed show on her last day before her maternity leave. ITV Lorraine’s psychic cat predicted pregnant Christine is having a girl ITV Christine Lampard finished her last day on Lorraine before her […]

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Katie Piper’s acid attacker to be released from prison | World news

The man who threw acid over the TV presenter Katie Piper is to be released from prison after serving nine years of a life sentence. Stefan Sylvestre, now 30, from Shepherd’s Bush, west London, was sentenced in 2009 for the attack and was told he must serve a minimum of six years before becoming eligible […]

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What happened on Celebrity Big Brother last night? Recap, gossip and highlights from episode 8

THERE was unrest in the Celebrity Big Brother house – as Natalie Nunn kicked off AGAIN. Here’s everything you need to know about what happened last night on the Channel 5 show. Channel 5 Natalie Nunn wasn’t impressed when being told off by Big Brother What happened in Celebrity Big Brother last night? It was […]

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GCSE grade boundaries 2018 – AQA, Edexcel, CCEA and OCR criteria and numbered grading system

TEENAGERS across the country collected their 2018 GCSE results yesterday. Here’s everything you need to know and how the grading system works for the different exam boards… Alamy GCSE Grade boundaries will go live on August 25 What are the 2018 GCSE grade boundaries? Grade boundaries set out the minimum number of marks required for […]

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The only way to end the class divide: the case for abolishing private schools | News

Unlikely as it might sound, one of the most electric political meetings I have ever attended was a lecture on the Finnish educational system given by Pasi Sahlberg, the Finnish educator and author, in London in the spring of 2012. Sahlberg, who was speaking to a packed committee room 14 of the House of Commons […]

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Former Playboy model Christina Carlin-Kraft ‘found dead after being strangled in her bedroom’

A FORMER Playboy model has been found dead after being strangled in her bedroom, according to reports. Christina Carlin-Kraft, 36, was found by cops following a welfare check, authorities said. Former Playboy model Christina Carlin-Kraft was found dead inside her home, police said Thursday Cops had already been to her home in Pennsylvania on Saturday […]

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Fugitive ‘taunted cops on Twitter after skipping court to go to Africa’

A FUGITIVE said to have taunted cops after skipping court to go to Africa was remanded in custody by JPs yesterday. Sam Walker, 35, snub-bed an April court date for a road offence — then tweeted videos apparently from Sierra Leone. Sam Walker/Instagram Sam Walker is said to have taunted cops after missing a court […]

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Brendan Rodgers’ men frustrated by Lithuanian champions despite third-minute opener in first leg

CELTIC were frustrated by Lithuanian champions Suduva… despite getting off to a flyer courtesy of a third-minute opener. Olivier Ntcham scored early in the Europe League qualifier but were quickly pegged back in a game they dominated. Reuters Olivier Ntcham opened the scoring for Celtic in within three minutes Celtic had the lion’s share of […]

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