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As many as 23 MILLION Americans could face eviction by September
(August 01 23:42) Dailymail.co.uk
Some 23 million renters could be evicted by Sept. but Sen. Elizabeth Warren said that Congress could stop 'the coming avalanche of evictions.'
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Primary school teacher is sacked over secret affair with pupil's father
Ann Brenen, from South Shields, was sacked from Westoe Crown Primary School after it revealed she was in a sexual relationship with one of her pupils' fathers.
80% of new Covid-19 cases in part of Greater Manchester are among white people
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Roger Federer joins Italy's rooftop tennis stars to exchange a few volleys
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