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Vader hopes force with him in polls

Vader hopes force with him in polls

A candidate in Ukraine's parliamentary elections hopes the force will be with him in the polls.

500 clowns laugh for world peace

500 clowns laugh for world peace

More than 500 clowns from across Latin America have staged a laughter session in Mexico City for world peace.

Psst! Doughnut forget to donate

Psst! Doughnut forget to donate

Around 1,400 staff at security agency GCHQ popped out for a "doughnut" break - to encourage people to donate to this year's Poppy appeal.

Stubbed toe calls hit 111 workload

Stubbed toe calls hit 111 workload

Broken nails, blocked noses and hair loss have prompted hundreds of calls to the NHS 111 non-emergency helpline.

Cyclist-hitting peer strikes again

Cyclist-hitting peer strikes again

A 91-year-old baroness famous for striking a red-light-jumping cyclist has struck again.
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Police probe 'unusual' shed theft

Police probe 'unusual' shed theft

Police are investigating after thieves stole a wooden shed from a home - but left its contents in the garden.
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Why hotel guests get kicked out

Why hotel guests get kicked out

Britons have bad bedroom manners when staying in hotels, according to a survey.
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Photobomb named word of the year

Photobomb named word of the year

Photobomb, an action brought to the nation's consciousness by a host of famous figures from Jennifer Lawrence to the Queen, has been named the word of the year by Collins English Dictionary.
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Humpback dinosaur had duck beak

Humpback dinosaur had duck beak

Imagine a creature the size of a London bus looking like a cross between an ostrich, a duck and a camel.
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Prickly launch for wedding show

Prickly launch for wedding show

A model has donned a wedding dress made of thistles to launch the Scottish Wedding Show.
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