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Grenville Allen, of the sanctuary, said: "We are delighted to have found such a great new home for our emus, Queenie and Edmund.
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A pair of emus has now arrived from the Wingz Bird and Animal Sanctuary near St Austell.

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It chronicled a middle-class couple's attempt at self-sufficiency in suburban Surbiton, which did not impress their well-heeled neighbours.

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He took his party into government for the first time in a generation, in coalition with the Conservatives, becoming deputy prime minister in the process.
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But by the end of 2010, he was being burned in effigy by student protesters.

nHowever, both Kennedy and Marks are now dead and Mossa said they had been unable to establish an obvious heir. He also raised the possibility of donating the works to a museum.
Mr Nicola said he hoped the paintings could be returned and re-hung on his kitchen wall, but he accepts it is unlikely. The Italian police understand the works were the property of Terence Kennedy, an American author who married Mathilda Marks, of the Marks and Spencer empire. nIf he could keep one, he told La Repubblica, it would be the Bonnard.

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