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CANDY FLOSS
An unusual approach to court reporting, as newspapers coverage the Holyoake v Candy trial include quotes from a spokesman rubbishing evidence.

LAUNDRY BILL
Slow progress in tackling the offshore companies with millions of pounds worth of property in the UK.

TARGET PRACTICE
It has mistreated licence fee payers, provided crap justice services and fiddled health and social security contracts, but Capita still rakes in huge profits.

GONG WARFARE
Bad timing as ITV’s News at Ten scoops a gong, just as it gets bumped down the running order to 10.30pm to make way for the dire Nightly Show.

HOW TORTURE WORKS
Involvement of a former Guantanamo detainee in a suicide bombing in Iraq suggests the brutal “enhanced interrogation” regime may have promoted the very allegiances it was designed to destroy.

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Energy latest – Nearly 2m People ‘Still Without Power in Northern Ireland’… Ukip Takes Over From Labour as Britain’s Most Shambolic and Divided Party… Is Mrs May the Most Successful PM in History, Asks the Daily Mail… Key Players in Labour ‘Soft Coup’ Identified as Voters… Rio in Festival Mood as Cressida Dick Get Top Police Job… The Art of Discarding: Nagisa Tatsumi’s Diary, as told to Craig Brown

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- Silent order: Clergy who don’t want to talk about abuse
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