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Number 10 Downing Street sells at auction for £43,000

The country's most famous address, number 10 Downing Street has sold at auction for £43,000.

The Prime Minster isn't moving house, it is in fact a property in Nottingham. Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

But the Prime Minster isn't moving house, it is in fact a property in Nottingham.

It’s not even got the famous black door, instead it’s a traditional three storey two bedroomed end-terraced house in Sutton in Ashfield.

The traditional three storey two bedroomed end-terraced house in Sutton in Ashfield. Credit: ITV News Central

VIDEO: Snow leopard cub's first time outdoors

Twenty-week-old snow leopard Makalu has experienced the outdoors for the first time since he was born at Dudley Zoo.

Makalu has experienced the outdoors for the first time since he was born at Dudley zoo. Credit: Dudley Zoo

Makalu, who was born in May, was joined by his mum Nanga as they began exploring the rocks, cave and pool in the outdoor enclosure.

He made his public debut in June but has only just been able to step into the great outdoors.

20-week-old Makalu Credit: Dudley Zoo

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Johnny Depp apparently spotted in Staffordshire

Johnny Depp Credit: Lionel Hahn/ABACA/Press Association Images

American actor and film producer Johnny Depp was apparently spotted in Leek in Staffordshire over the weekend, according to the Stoke Sentinel.

The manager of Foxlowe Arts Centre, Ian Wilson, said his staff told him that the Pirates of the Caribbean star paid them a visit.

Excited fans took to Twitter when they heard the rumours.

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Chatsworth Country Fair expecting thousands of visitors

Over 100,000 people are expected at Chatsworth House over the next three days as the stately home hosts its annual country fair.

Over 100,000 people are expected at Chatsworth House

Tomorrow the fair will host a flypast by planes from Lincolnshire's Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Olympic Gold medallist Sir Matthew Pinsent opened the event with the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. And he revealed he worked as a volunteer at Chatsworth before starting his sporting career.

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