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Welsh artist Dan Llywelyn Hall accused of making monarch look 'hideous' in large-scale painting
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Critics blame police cuts for sharp rise in number of people dodging court for violent crimes
Singer-songwriter Carole King, whose 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ stayed in the charts for more than six years, performs at the White House yesterday. President Obama presented her with the Gershwin Price for her lifetime contribution to popular music.
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