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Cameron: Tory majority within reach
David Cameron has urged Lib Dem and Ukip supporters not to "waste" their votes, but to back the Tories as the surest way of stopping a Labour government propped up by SNP votes

Cameron: Tory majority within reach

David Cameron has promised voters the chance to buy Lloyds bank shares at discount prices if the Conservatives win the General Election - as he renewed warnings of the "frightening prospect" of a Labour government relying on SNP votes.

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Hundreds feared dead in capsize

Hundreds feared dead in capsize

A boat crowded with migrants has capsized in the sea north of Libya, leaving at least 24 confirmed dead, with the death toll expected to rise into the hundreds, Italy's coastguard says.

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Villa end Gerrard dream

Villa end Gerrard dream

There will be no fairytale end to Steven Gerrard's Liverpool career after Aston Villa came from behind to deservedly book their place in the FA Cup final with a 2-1 win over the Reds.

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PM pledges £4bn Lloyds share sale

PM pledges £4bn Lloyds share sale

David Cameron has promised voters the chance to buy Lloyds bank shares at discount prices if the Conservatives win the General Election.

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Charity hashtag boost for Twitter

Charity hashtag boost for Twitter

Twitter users can now donate to charity by tweeting the organisations they want to support using a hashtag and the amount they wish to give.

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Albarn slams pop selfie generation

Albarn slams pop selfie generation

Pop music no longer challenges the establishment or discusses politics because performers are part of "the selfie generation", Blur frontman Damon Albarn has said.

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