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Telford the new Rotherham: Horrific reports of widescale Muslim grooming and abuse in town dubbed Britain’s ‘child sex capital’

Police in Telford, Shropshire have been accused of failing to follow up a ‘Rotherham-style’ abuse scandal in the town. Police in Telford, Shropshire have been accused of being slow to respond West Mercia Police admit to failings in the incident…
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Rusty remains of the Grand Orient Express as it crumbles into oblivion

THESE pictures reveal the crumbling ruins of the famed Grand Orient Express, now hollowed-out and almost reduced to rubble. There are only a couple of the trains, launched in 1883, left in the world. This example stands dormant in Belgium,…
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German family seek ASYLUM in Russia – claiming their country is no longer safe because of the migrant influx

A German family travelled to Russia before claiming asylum – insisting their homeland is no longer safe because of the influx of Muslim migrants. Carola Griesbach, 51, and her husband Andre, 45, drove the 1,400 miles from northern Germany to…
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Ripper & Savile’s afternoon tea: The sick pair’s weird relationship

A FORMER cellmate of evil Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe has revealed the wicked killer’s twisted friendship with serial paedophile Jimmy Savile. The disgusting duo were snapped together when ex-BBC beau, Savile – a former patron of Broadmoor – met sick…
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Snooping BBC to spy on internet users & sniff out those watching iPlayer without paying BBC TV Licence fee

The BBC will use Wi-Fi detection vans and tech normally used by police and Mi5 to prosecute people illegally watching its programmes online – on laptops, tablets or mobile phones The snooping BBC is to spy on internet users in…
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BBC bosses slammed over plans to send 455 staff on Rio Olympics freebie

THE BBC has come under fire for planning to send more staff to the Rio Olympics than Team GB. A supersize team of 455 broadcasters will be jetting out to Brazil from the Corporation. It is nearly 100 more than…
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English and Welsh viewers are three times more likely to be prosecuted or fined for ‘dodging’ the BBC TV licence fee than those in Scotland

People in England and Wales are more than three times more likely than those in Scotland to be prosecuted or fined for dodging the BBC television licence, new figures reveal. Fee dodgers north of the border get a much easier…
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