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  MEMBERS of a tap dancing troupe reckon they have what it takes to win Britain’s Got Talent after they made it to the live semi-finals.
  Shane Duffy is ready to fly to the USA on international duty, despite being involved in a minor car accident.
  STRANDED holidaymakers spent the night on yoga mats on airport floors as disruption from the British Airways system failure caused misery over the weekend.
  When Gordon Smith scored and then was infamously denied by Gary Bailey in the dying stages of Albion’s FA Cup final...
  A man was stabbed in a busy city centre street in front of shocked clubbers. 
  Harlem Eubank made a stunning start to his professional career tonight.
  ARMED police were deployed after a man was seen waving knives around in a hotel car park. 
  A motorcyclist has died after crashing with a car.
  BRITISH Airways has cancelled all flights from Gatwick Airport as computer problems cause disruption worldwide. 
  TWO days after the Manchester terrorist atrocity the Government raised the UK terror threat level from severe to critical.
  THE Great British Menu is back on our screens, returning for a 12th season of Oliver Payton’s shrivelled sneers and some of TV’s most awkward banter.
  Harry Kewell says his decision to take charge at Crawley was a “no-brainer”.
  Albion are hopeful of landing Chelsea’s teenage hotshot Tammy Abraham - after aiding the development of his best friend.
  A LESBIAN has demanded the Conservative candidate for Hove confirm whether she thinks homosexuality is a sin.
  TEACHERS, parents and pupils staged two major protests against Government funding cuts to schools yesterday.
  AN INQUIRY has started to determine the cause of a major fire which belched thick black smoke, feared to be toxic, into the Sussex sky.
  AN exam board has apologised after teenagers taking a GCSE English literature paper were faced with an error in a question about Shakespeare’s Romeo And Juliet.
  THRILL seekers will be able to slide down a giant waterslide in a public park – and raise money for disabled children.
  A YOUNG woman who battled cancer as a teenager is repaying those who helped her fight the disease.
  A BAKERY that supports people who need a helping hand has been given a funding boost.
  Harry Kewell says he is falling in love with football again after taking over as manager of Crawley.
  Tom Brennan reckons he has toughened up racing in National League speedway.
  KATE Tempest has said her experience of guest directing Brighton Festival has been “crazy”.
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