EBay sorry over Holocaust listings

EBay apologises and removes from sale about 30 items of memorabilia from the Nazi Holocaust, following an investigation by a UK newspaper.

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Labour offers living wage tax breaks

Firms could earn a year-long tax break if they agree to pay the so-called “living wage”, under plans drawn up by Labour leader Ed Miliband.

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‘Plebgate’ police face fresh inquiry

Officers accused of giving misleading accounts of a meeting with former cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell are facing an investigation by the police watchdog.

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Cirque du Soleil ‘Wheel of Death’ performer hurt

A Cirque du Soleil performer was in stable condition after falling from the “Wheel of Death” during a Las Vegas performance Friday night, the acrobatic circus company said Saturday.

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Police: NY ‘subway vigilante’ arrested

A New York man dubbed the “subway vigilante” after he shot four youths in 1984 was arrested Friday for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover officer, Sgt. Carlos Nieves told CNN.

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