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BBC guilty of failings over Jimmy Savile #JimmySavile...: BBC guilty of failings over Jimmy Savile… #JimmySavile #TonyBlackburn

BBC guilty of failings over Jimmy Savile #JimmySavile...: BBC guilty of failings over Jimmy Savile… #JimmySavile #TonyBlackburn

Trolls pose as dead woman Dominique Williams on Facebook and...: Trolls pose as dead woman Dominique Williams on Facebook and… #Creamfields

Trolls pose as dead woman Dominique Williams on Facebook and...: Trolls pose as dead woman Dominique Williams on Facebook and… #Creamfields

UK Budget spurs renewed call for independent pensions commission...: UK Budget spurs renewed call for independent pensions… #LifetimeIsa

UK Budget spurs renewed call for independent pensions commission...: UK Budget spurs renewed call for independent pensions… #LifetimeIsa

The Voice contestant Beth Morris ‘used cocaine during BBC...: The Voice contestant Beth Morris ‘used cocaine during BBC show… #TheVoice

The Voice contestant Beth Morris ‘used cocaine during BBC...: The Voice contestant Beth Morris ‘used cocaine during BBC show… #TheVoice

Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson will not have his contract renewed after the BBC concludes an investigation into his "fracas" with a producer.

Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson will not have his contract renewed after the BBC concludes an investigation into his "fracas" with a producer.

Millions of people across Europe, Africa and Asia have been enjoying spectacular scenes as the Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun.

Millions of people across Europe, Africa and Asia have been enjoying spectacular scenes as the Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun.

The "glass delusion" is an extraordinary psychiatric phenomenon in which people believe themselves to be made of glass and thus liable to shatter. It peaked centuries ago but there are still isolated cases today, writes Victoria Shepherd. BBC News

The "glass delusion" is an extraordinary psychiatric phenomenon in which people believe themselves to be made of glass and thus liable to shatter. It peaked centuries ago but there are still isolated cases today, writes Victoria Shepherd. BBC News

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