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This week we highlight the continuing failure of the NHS to provide a full out-of-hours service. Usain Bolt is knocked down by a Chinese cameraman's out-of-control Segway and a new book reveals how Princess Margaret took Hollywood by storm in the 70s. Net migration jumped by 94,000 to a record-smashing 330,000, despite government pledges to cut it to "tens of thousands". Labour leadership front runner Jeremy Corbyn is ridiculed over his women-only carriage proposal. David Cameron creates 45 new peers, prompting accusations that he is rewarding his cronies and adding to an already bloated House of Lords. Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor claimed he was the victim of a police "homosexual witch hunt" when he revealed "laughable" allegations that he murdered two young boys. In Sport, Swansea beat Manchester United, West Ham defeat Liverpool at Anfield, while Chelsea are humbled at Stamford Bridge by Palace. Sam Burgess gets the nod for the rugby union World Cup, while at the World Athletics Championships Mo Farrah secured his "triple double" with gold in the 5,000m.
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The July 1st 2009 free trial issue features the life of Michael Jackson, King of Pop 1958-2009; Simon Heffer, the columnist, comments on the election of John Bercow as Speaker and Damien McElroy reports on the increasing tensions between Britain and Iran.
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