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Call for Icelandic banks probe called 'inappropriate'; 20 years in jail for child abuser in Albania; and the NUS welcomes a lost contract for student maintenance allowance delay company

An MP's call for the Government to look into ways of helping a children's hospice that had £5.7m invested in Icelandic banks has been dismissed as "inappropriate".
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A British charity worker has received a 20-year jail sentence after being found guilty of abusing children who stayed at the Albanian orphanage he set up.
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The National Union of Students has welcomed the announcement that the company behind recent delays in student maintenance allowances has lost its contract.
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Former Bee Gee Robin Gibb is to record a song with an Isle of Man choir to raise funds for a hospice on the island.
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The RSPB has revealed that the number of house sparrows in Britain has fallen by 68 per cent in the past three decades.
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