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The Deputy Prime Minister has told LBC he doesn't think Fiona Woolf should step down as chair of the Government's child abuse inquiry.

Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent is to quit as an inquiry into its accounting practices reveals a £263m profit overstatement, resulting in a 92% fall in first-half profits.

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A trainee teacher is in a row with a Roman Catholic school after she was sent home because of her tattoos and piercings.

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    Earlier accident investigation work, road re-opened
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    Minor delays due to signal failure
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    Underground station re-opened due to local power failure.

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