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# Plagiarism

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Essay mills suspected of hiring 'promoters' within colleges to gather information on assignments
Easyjet executive apologises after motivational video to staff heavily plagiarised Leo's Patrick's Day address
New laws will prosecute firms that write essays for third level students
Ed Sheeran settles $20 million plagiarism suit over his song Photograph
Trump national security pick accused of plagiarising large sections of book
Donald Trump's wife gave a speech that was very, very like one given by Michelle Obama
Judge rules that Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven may be partly stolen
The Rubberbandits tore into The Lad Bible for stealing one of their jokes
Maynooth student has PhD revoked for making up data
Hozier: I won't be suing Chilly Gonzales as he's apologised
RTÉ investigating 'plagiarised' Charlie monologue
Harvard launches plagiarism investigation into over 100 students
New Yorker journalist resigns after fabricating Bob Dylan quotes
Angelina Jolie sued in plagiarism claim over upcoming movie
Beyoncé in choreography plagiarism row
Irish Examiner columnist Steven King resigns following plagiarism controversy
Irish Examiner suspends columnist over alleged plagiarism
Irish Examiner investigating plagiarism charge against weekly columnist
Kenny 'did not run College Green speech past Obama'
Carroll denies stealing sitcom lines for latest novel
Claims that The Railway Children 'plagiarised' earlier novel with similar plotline
German defence minister Guttenberg resigns over PhD plagiarism
German defence minister accused of 'heavily plagiarising' PhD thesis
Student who lied his way into Harvard ordered to repay $45k
College denies letting plagiarism students off the hook