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Oscars ceremony pays tribute to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

Oscars ceremony pays tribute to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

The mother/daughter acting duo, who died within a day of each other last year, have been remembered at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles

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Saudi foreign minister makes rare visit to Baghdad

Saudi foreign minister makes rare visit to Baghdad

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir made a rare visit to Baghdad on Saturday, meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the premiers media office said.

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Cheap food: Money saving expert mum makes thrifty family meals for 62p a head

Cheap food: Money saving expert mum makes thrifty family meals for 62p a head

GOOD food can be hard to find for cheap, but this money saving expert mum has cracked the secret to making affordable meals for her family.

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Star Wars 8: ‘MAJOR reshoot on The Last Jedi due to Carrie Fisher death’

Star Wars 8: ‘MAJOR reshoot on The Last Jedi due to Carrie Fisher death’

STAR WARS 8 The Last Jedi is having major reshoots due to Carrie Fisher’s death, according a franchise expert.

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Finstagram – a secret Instagram account to post ugly selfies

Finstagram – a secret Instagram account to post ugly selfies

Users of the app, sick of prying parents and having to look perfect, are creating private secondary profiles where they can just be themselves. It’s a real #nofilter

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BME career progression  could add £24bn a year to UK economy

BME career progression could add £24bn a year to UK economy

Review of race in the workplace makes economic as well as moral case for more diverse workforces

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Landline-only BT customers to see monthly bills cut by a least £5 a month

Landline-only BT customers to see monthly bills cut by a least £5 a month

More than two million people, who buy only a landline telephone service from BT will see their monthly bills cut by a least £5 a month, regulator Ofcom said on Tuesday. The group said that it had reviewed how the market is working for customers who just buy a landline service – either because they do not want broadband or pay TV, or because they take these services under separate contracts from different companies.

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