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Pensioners seeking sun and fun should head to West Sussex

West Sussex offers the best quality of life for retired people, according to a study covering England and Wales.

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Judgment reserved in disabled man's challenge to care cuts ruling

Judgment has been reserved in a landmark challenge in the Court of Appeal over cuts by a local authority to the care funding of a severely disabled man.

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Gertcha! Tail end of hurricane could soak the North but bring balm for South

The remnants of Hurricane Gert could divide the country in two by sweeping in to salvage summer for the South but soak the North, according to forecasters.

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Teenager inspired by scientist Alan Turing gets Oxford place with straight A*s

An 18-year-old maths fanatic inspired by legendary computer scientist Alan Turing is celebrating after getting one of the highest A-level results in the country with five A*s.

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Shipwreck excavations off Kent coast shed new light on voyagers' untold stories

A shipwreck that has laid off the Kent coast for more than 250 years is helping shed new light on international trade on the high seas, including the lucrative and endemic smuggling that went with it.

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Airshows hit as Second World War planes are grounded

More than half of the airworthy Second World War-era planes flown by the Royal Air Force (RAF) have been grounded over engine-related safety fears.

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'Phenomenal' achievement hailed as Cornish fish restaurant named best in UK

A Cornish fish restaurant has been named the best in the UK - knocking Cumbria's L'Enclume into second place after five years at the top.

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Thousands take to Twitter to congratulate Malala on her Oxford success

Education rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai has earned a place at the University of Oxford five years after she was shot on her way to school.

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'Significant increase' in prisoner violence at young offender facility - report

Safety is a "major concern" at a young offender institution rife with drugs, violence and gang-related activities, an inspection report warns.

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Jobs lost as Brexit-hit pound forces Southern Salads into administration

Around 260 jobs have been lost at food supplier Southern Salads after the Brexit-hit pound forced the company into administration .

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Former Southampton FC youth coach faces trial over sexual offence allegations

A trial date has been set for a former Southampton FC youth coach accused of a series of charges of sexual offences.

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Pioneering counselling scheme for domestic abusers cuts re-offending by a third

A two-session counselling programme for low-level, first time domestic abusers can cut re-offending rates by a third, a groundbreaking experiment has shown.

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Three-year degree courses 'too slow and undemanding for many students'

Some students are becoming disillusioned with traditional three-year degree courses, finding the pace too slow and undemanding, a vice-chancellor has suggested.

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40% rise in number of cats stolen over two years, study shows

The number of cats stolen in the UK jumped by 40% in two years, a new study has revealed.

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Young children missing with father found safe

A man and his two young children who had been reported missing have been found.

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Trial date set for MP Craig Mackinlay in election expenses case

A Conservative MP will go on trial in May next year on charges over his 2015 general election expenses.

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Raising state pension age will affect 50,000 in PM's constituency, says Labour

More than 50,000 people in Theresa May's constituency will be affected by the Tories' plan to raise the state pension age, Labour has said.

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Breast cancer charity urges better access to post-hospital support for patients

Breast cancer patients should be given better access to support after their hospital treatment ends, a charity has said.

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Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight 'unfortunate and wrong' housing insecurity

Jeremy Corbyn has continued his campaign on marginal parliamentary seats with an attack on the Government's "misguided" housing policy.

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State-educated pupils' focus on popular subjects 'reducing Oxbridge chances'

State school pupils may be lowering their chances of winning an Oxbridge place by applying for the most popular subjects.

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