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Services across the country are struggling and a postcode lottery is determining if children are taken into care, a report reveals. . (read more)


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Exeter City produced a stunning comeback to come from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Yeovil Town in a classic encounter at St James's Park on Saturday,With Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln watching on, the first half of the affair was aptly lifeless, but the Grecians dominated the opening stages of the second half until two goals in 10 minutes against the run of play left them stunned.A third goal then (read more)

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Spare a thought for those who are given troublesome names. In Zambia, Chris Haslam came across some very surprising choices. (read more)

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Douglas Carswell is facing calls to trigger a by-election after quitting as Ukip's only MP and plunging the party into fresh turmoil (read more)

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Home Secretary Amber Rudd says firms like Google should take "a leading role" in preventing extremist content (read more)

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In recent years pedestrian rail crossings have been the subject of numerous news reports and safety inquiries after a number of tragic deaths - not least in Devon, where dozens are still in place. One of the most tragic accidents occurred in 1995 when policeman's wife Maureen Tucker was struck by a train at Powderham while on cockling expedition. (read more)

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Tony Bowker said he feared for local football after Galmpton United were beaten 7-0 at Appledore last Saturday when the manager struggled to pull together enough players for the squad.Elsewhere, Liverton United lost 11-1 at Crediton United and their manager Justin Yeates was forced into asking for players on Facebook before venting his anger after the game on the social media site. (read more)

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