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Cornish People Now A National Minority

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Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander says special status won't mean more money

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Treliske Reveals Three "Never Events"

Patient having wrong tooth removed one of three "never events" in a month

Bodmin, We Have a Problem

BBC admits the sound on Jamaica Inn was not good enough

Lifeline Seabirds Project

Conservationists work to eradicate rats from Isles of Scilly

Skin Cancer Soars in Cornwall

Number of patients diagnosed doubles in 20 years

UKIP Member Suspended Over 'Repellent Views'

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UKIP has suspended one of its members who appeared in an election broadcast after he expressed "repellent views" in tweets.

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Dying Teen Cheered By 'Phenomenal' Donations

A terminally ill teenager whose JustGiving page raised more than £1m for charity in 24 hours says he is "still fighting".

Ethical Hackers 'To Target 20 UK Banks'

Leading banks are to be targeted by a team of "white hat" hackers to assess their ability to withstand cyber terrorism and crime.

Firefighters To Strike For Three Days In May

Firefighters across England and Wales will stage three days of strike action in May, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has said.

Irish Gang Boss: 'I'm Coming Back To Dublin'

A notorious Irish criminal has told his family he intends returning to Dublin from England, following an attempt on his life, according to the Irish Independent.

Coronation Street Star Knox Hires 'Mr Loophole'

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Coronation Street actress Barbara Knox has hired a lawyer known as 'Mr Loophole' after being charged with drink driving.

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London Grammar And Newman Up For Novello

John Newman is up against London Grammar and Palma Violets for the prestigious Ivor Novello songwriting award.

Ohio Kidnap Victims Want Joan Rivers Apology

Lawyers for two women kidnapped and held for a decade have called for American comedian Joan Rivers to apologise after she compared her living arrangements to theirs in captivity.

Andy Warhol Originals Found On Floppy Disk

Original artworks by Andy Warhol which have been lost for three decades have been found on floppy disks.

Barbie To Become Hollywood Star With New Film

Barbie and her Malibu mansion are coming to the big screen in a new live-action comedy.

Earthquake Rattles Vancouver Island Residents

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An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 has been recorded off Canada's Vancouver Island.

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Three US Doctors Shot Dead At Kabul Hospital

An Afghan security guard has opened fire on a group of foreign doctors at a Kabul hospital, killing three American physicians.

Camilla's Brother In Revolving Door Death

The Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand died after falling backwards while trying to re-enter a revolving door, New York police have said.

Blood Of World’s Oldest Woman Shows Life Limit

Scientists who examined the body of one of the world's oldest women say dying stem cells may be the "limit" on our lifespans.

Giant Antarctica Iceberg Puts Nasa On Alert

An iceberg bigger than Chicago is being monitored by Nasa after breaking into the ocean off Antarctica.

Ecclestone On Trial In Munich

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Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has gone on trial in Munich on charges of bribery.

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Martinez Backing Axed Moyes

David Moyes will make a successful return to management soon, according to the man who replaced him at Everton.

United Face No Probe

Manchester United acted within stock market rules over the departure of David Moyes, Sky Sports News has learned.

Blatter: Brazil Will Be Ready In Time

Sepp Blatter has downplayed concerns over safety in Brazil with fewer than 50 days until the World Cup begins.

Guardiola Defends Tactics Against Real

Pep Guardiola defended Bayern Munich's possession football in the wake of their Champions League defeat at Real Madrid.

Giant Antarctica Iceberg Puts Nasa On Alert

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An iceberg bigger than Chicago is being monitored by Nasa after breaking into the ocean off Antarctica.

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Call Of Duty Rival's Home Stormed By Swat Team

A 70-strong Swat team swooped on a US teenager's family home after a gamer he had just beaten online at Call Of Duty made a prank call to police.

Leopard Bites Terrified Man On Bottom

A leopard hid in the roof of a house in western India before launching an attack on petrified residents.

3D-Printed Gadget Puts End To Watery Ketchup

Two students have used a 3D printer to put an end to one of mankind’s biggest frustrations – the puddle of insipid water that trickles out of ketchup bottles.

The Onesie That Turns You Into A Wi-Fi Hotspot

A onesie that can turn you into a wi-fi hotspot has been developed by a Dutch fashion designer.

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