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Queen and Prince Charles ‘Part of Tax Evasion Firm’ Known as ‘The Royal Family’… Lord Ashcroft Wins WC Bravery Award for Diving Into a Toilet to Avoid Awkward Questions… C of E to Allow Boys to Wear Dresses… Netanyahu Condemned for Association With Hardline Brexiteer Priti Patel… Brown Says Corbyn Must Prove He’s Credible PM Material – Pot & Kettle News Exclusive… Why is Transgender BBC Fish Not Wearing a Poppy? Asks the Sun… Surviving: Bear Grylls, as told to Craig Brown

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- Poached Salmond: The former SNP leader joins Kremlin TV
- Big sheikh up?
The Saudi anti-corruption drive and UK relations
- Digital detox:
Literary Review ‘connects’ with publishing’s latest trend

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