‘Crossbow Cannibal’ victims’ drug habits made them vulnerable to violence – The Guardian


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'Crossbow Cannibal' victims' drug habits made them vulnerable to violence
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The three victims of the "Crossbow Cannibal" all came from good working-class families in Yorkshire. But their hopeless addiction to heroin, alcohol or crack cocaine led them to sell their bodies in the red light district on the edge of Bradford city
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Secret Recording of British Minister Who ‘Declared War’ on Murdoch Media Empire – New York Times (blog)


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Secret Recording of British Minister Who 'Declared War' on Murdoch Media Empire
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Britain's business secretary, Vince Cable, was stripped of his power to regulate media companies on Tuesday, after an audio recording of
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Second runway at UK’s Heathrow airport reopens – Reuters


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Second runway at UK's Heathrow airport reopens
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LONDON (Reuters) – The second runway at London's Heathrow airport, which had been closed since the weekend due to poor weather leading to cancellations and
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