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A man faces charges of assault after throwing an alligator through a drive thru window
Television presenter Vernon Kay pays tribute Phil Gartside
Following the Paris attacks, Wembley unites to sing La Marseillaise.
"I was at a party recently and it was difficult to hold my hors d'oeuvre plate"
Mother of son who died in high speed car crash says she hopes the footage will save lives
Crane Tragedy kills dozens - Sajid from Blackburn and his mother escape.
Richard Bacon tries on Google Glass, the company's new wearable gadget
Baghdad born Nadhim Zahawi, says Britain is focused on the "humanitarian effort" in Iraq.
Father Christmas has been cutting down on the mince pies, it seems.
Owner of The Entertainer says parents are being "overcharged on ebay" for Frozen doll.
Dog walker, Clair Watson, picked up a WWII hand grenade whilst walking her dog in Essex.
The Ultimo boss employed Peaches Geldof as a brand ambassador between 2009 and 2010.
Yorkshire volunteers for the Tour de France told to avoid traditional local greetings.
UKIP MEP Gerard Batten reacts to the party's success in last week's elections.
Peter Spitzner recalls escaping through the Berlin wall with his daughter in 1989.
A friend of Oscar Pistorius, 'Uncle' Mike Azzie, says the athlete was "a lovely kid".
Dying Dad writes a letter to his 5 year old daughter, who also has cancer.
A sex worker and ex-prostitute discuss whether it should be illegal to buy sex.
A Staffordshire man sets the Guinness World record for the most TV quiz show appearances.
The public think immigration, teen pregnancies and unemployment are higher than reality.
Actor Ron Perlman says he once had to spit in Sean Connery's eye for a film scene.
A dog named after Nicky Campbell made a mess when he came into the studio
A court in India suggests men should undergo sexual potency test before marriage
Former judge: MPs are afraid to speak out in favour of marriage.
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