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Morpheus ziet het in dit geval maar net goed gaan. In eerste instantie de brommerrijder aan de zijkant van de vrachtwagen, maar wat dacht je van de vrachtwagenchauffeur zelf?

Help for Heroes conman faces long jail sentence after admitting fraud
Christopher Copeland stole £300,000 meant for charity after setting up teams to collect donations at supermarkets

A conman has been told he faces a long prison sentence after admitting he pocketed £300,000 in donations meant for the Help for Heroes charity.

Christopher Copeland, 51, recruited teams of workers to set up donation stations at supermarkets around the country over an 18-month period.

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New EU sanctions against Russia could be applied within days, No 10 signals
UK expects sanctions to be applied to Russia's banking, defence and hi-tech energy sectors over Kremlin's role in MH17 disaster

Russia could be hit with European Union sanctions on its banking, defence and hi-tech energy sectors within days over its role in the Malaysia Airlines disaster, Downing Street has signalled.

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The Simpsons: Krusty the Clowns foul-mouthed rant prompts complaints
Channel 4 apologises after character used the word bastard well before the 9pm watershed when children might be watching

The Simpsons character Krusty the Clown upset viewers by swearing at a time when children were likely to be watching the show, prompting complaints.

The washed-up boozy clown was heard to use the word bastard during an edition of the programme screened by Channel 4 at 6pm in April, well before the 9pm watershed.

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10 of the best coastal swimming spots in Devon and Cornwall

With sea temperatures at a record high in Devon and Cornwall, Daniel Start, author of the Wild Guide to the south-west coast, chooses 10 of his favourite secluded swimming spots in the area

This dramatic bay is protected by the towering granite outcrop of Logans Rock. In summer, the sandbars create shallow blue tidal lagoons that warm up in the afternoon sun. The water is crystal clear and this is definitely a clothing-optional beach. There are views out over to Porthcurno and the Minack cliff-top theatre. Theres also a wonderful wild campsiteand lovely café on the cliffs above at the hamlet of Treen.
Just east of Porthcurno, sign-posted Treen

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My Edinburgh festival nightmare: comedians on their fringe hell
So you're taking a show to the Edinburgh fringe. What's the worst that could happen? Vomiting, fainting, break-ups and malfunctioning smoke machines Felicity Ward, Josie Long and WitTank start off our series of comedians' horror stories

It was the last event of the 2012 Olympics in which the UK had a likely chance at a medal. So the good people of Edinburgh set up a screen in a park so the hordes could cheer on their champion.

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Rio 2016 Olympic organisers say they are on course to meet targets
Organisers hit back at ill-informed and wrong criticism
Criticism has been a wake-up call for Rio 2016

The organisers of the Rio 2016 Olympics have labelled criticism of their preparations by a senior IOC figure as ill-informed and wrong and said they are now on course to meet their targets.

The Australian IOC vice-president, John Coates, a member of the coordination commission that monitors Rio 2016, said in April the preparations were the worst he has experienced and criticised staffing levels in the organising committee.

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US climber condemned for filming his children in Mont Blanc avalanche
Local mayor and climbing associations accuse Patrick Sweeney of recklessness and stupidity on mountain's 'corridor of death'

A US climber who filmed his children, aged nine and 11, being knocked off their feet in a mini-avalanche as they tried to set a new mountaineering record on Mont Blanc has been condemned by the local mayor and climbers' associations.

Patrick Sweeney, who caught the incident on camera and posted it on YouTube, was interviewed with his children on US breakfast television about how they survived "the corridor of death".

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Russia ordered to pay $50bn in damages to Yukos shareholders
State sought to bankrupt oil firm, appropriate assets and prevent owner Khodorkovsky from entering politics, rules Hague court

Russia has been ordered to pay $50bn to shareholders of Yukos, the former oil firm that was broken up a decade ago after its boss fell foul of Vladimir Putin.

In a judgment against the Kremlin a tribunal in the Hague ruled that the Russian state had sought to bankrupt Yukos, appropriate its assets and prevent its owner Mikhail Khodorkovsky from entering politics.

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Tulisa Contostavlos on her nightmare year after Mazher Mahmood cocaine sting video
Former X-Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos reflects on her nightmare year after being the victim of a tabloid cocaine sting. Speaking candidly about her experience following the collapse of her trial last week, the singer says the drugs allegations in a Sun on Sunday article by 'fake sheikh' Mazher Mahmood were devastating Continue reading...
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