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A WHITE VAN ploughed into a crowd of people in Barcelona’s historic Las Ramblas district yesterday, killing up to 13 people, in what police described as a terrorist attack. As dozens more ?ed the scene, police cordoned off the boulevard, ordering stores and nearby Metro and. (read more)


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A disabled pensioner from Topsham has criticised the lack of action to fix a pavement 'sinkhole' near his property.Simon Julian, 74, of Topsham High Street, is a double amputee and requires an electric wheelchair to get around. (read more)

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West Brom "don't need to sell" Jonny Evans, says manager Tony Pulis after the club rejected an £18m bid for the central defender (read more)

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Exeter City forward Robbie Simpson has provided an update on his injury, as he continues his road to recovery.The 32-year-old had been out of action since February after suffering a broken ankle during a match with Blackpool, but played 30 minutes of a preseason friendly at Taunton in July. (read more)

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Celebrities are sharing personal stories to raise awareness of lung disease, heart disease and lung cancer to help reduce the number of deaths Dame Esther Rantzen, Arlene Phillips and Lucy Briers are supporting Public Health England’s national ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign The campaign raises awareness of two key symptoms of lung disease, lung cancer and heart disease, which kill over 150,000 peo (read more)

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The number of people out of work across South Devon has fallen in the past month, according to official figures just released.Economists say the trend is down to a number of local businesses recruiting. (read more)

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DOES Communities Secretary Sajid Javid believe that his ethnic origin gives him a free pass to pretend that Jeremy Corbyn’s acceptance of Sarah Champion’s resignation amounts to a gag on discussion of child abuse? Child abuse is an abominable crime that must be tackled much.. (read more)

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TWO landmark court challenges against Northern Ireland’s ban on same-sex marriage were dismissed by the Belfast High Court yesterday. Mr Justice O’Hara rejected both cases, insisting that the prohibition did not violate the rights of LGBT couples in the six counties. (read more)

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