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Why is Sinead Tinker leaving Coronation Street?
Heartbreaking scenes ahead, Corrie fans.
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Daniel Craig show off his American accent in dramatic new trailer for Knives Out
Daniel Craig gets a Southern twang as he attempts to solve a murder.
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Unai Emery delays decision on naming Arsenal captains
Strange...
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Calls for council tax debtors to be spared jail in England
England is now the only country in the UK where you can be sent to jail for council tax debt.
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Hollyoaks spoilers: Boss Bryan Kirkwood addresses Ray Quinn’s exit as far right extremist Jonny
'It's a bittersweet thing.'
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Hollyoaks spoilers: Boss Bryan Kirkwood reveals Ste Hay’s future – is it all over?
Can he be saved?
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'The NHS has been destroyed': Boris Johnson confronted by father of sick child
Man accuses PM of visiting Whipps Cross hospital in London for press exposureBoris Johnson has been confronted by an angry father at a hospital who told him his baby daughter had nearly died because the ward on which she was treated was “not safe for children” after years of austerity.In an encounter caught on camera, Omar Salem said the care given to his seven-day-old daughter at Whipps Cross university hospital, in north-east London, was “not acceptable”. He told the prime minister: “There are not enough people on this ward, there are not enough doctors, there’s not enough nurses, it’s not well organised enough.” Continue reading...
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Pregnant mum stabbed to death in bed during romantic family break
Karen Turner's husband Matthew was stabbed several times but managed to fight off the attackers in South Africa.
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Gabriel Jesus and Bernardo Silva lift lid on career dreams and jobs they'd do without football
Manchester City pair Gabriel Jesus and Bernardo Silva have opened up ahead of their Champions League opener
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Manchester United and Man City's chances of securing Erling Haaland transfer
The striker was in fine form in the Champions League for RB Salzburg last night.
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Hollyoaks spoilers: Yasmine Maalik left deaf by terrorist attack
Will she ever hear again?
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Man City fans say the same thing about Pep Guardiola's team selection for Shakhtar clash
Pep Guardiola has revealed his team for their Champions League opener in Ukraine - and there's a notable absentee.
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Hilaria and Alec Baldwin announce they’re expecting fifth child together with sweet video of baby’s heartbeat
The couple went through a devastating miscarriage earlier this year
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'Undemocratic' Lib Dem quote Farage to justify their never ending fight on Brexit
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT members left their annual conference on Tuesday optimistic and determined to thwart the will of 17.4 million people who voted for Brexit in 2016. But their deluded optimism and "undemocratic" pledges showed how contradictive Jo Swinson's new liberals are.
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Jennifer Aniston told to lose 30lbs before she landed Rachel Green in Friends
In 1996 Jennifer admitted she lived off milkshakes, French fries with gravy and mayonnaise sandwiches.
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Ant and Dec claim Piers Morgan ‘keeps wriggling out’ of doing I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Are we even surprised?
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Saudi Arabia shows ‘evidence’ of Iranian involvement in oil attacks
Saudi military showed journalists what they described as an Iranian cruise missile.
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EU tells Boris Johnson 'you have 12 DAYS to find a Brexit plan or it's OVER'
The Prime Minister has been given until September 30 to submit an alternative to the Irish border backstop in writing to Brussels.
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Liverpool in race for Kai Havertz with Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG and Dortmund
He has the pick of the world's biggest clubs
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Paris Saint-Germain v Real Madrid: Champions League – live!
Champions League updates from the 8pm BST kick-offPSG look to fix failings in Europe starting with Real showdownAny thoughts? You can email scott.murray@theguardian.com 7.08pm BST Paris Saint-Germain: Navas, Meunier, Thiago Silva, Kimpembe, Bernat, Marquinhos, Gueye, Verratti, Sarabia, Icardi, Di Maria.Subs: Nianzou Kouassi, Paredes, Sergio Rico, Choupo-Moting, Kurzawa, Ander Herrera, Diallo.Real Madrid: Courtois, Carvajal, Eder Militao, Varane, Mendy, Kroos, Casemiro, Rodriguez, Bale, Benzema, Hazard.Subs: Areola, Lucas, Jovic, Odriozola, Vinicius Junior, Rodrygo, De la Fuente. 2.00pm BST Two European heavyweights meet tonight in Paris ... sort of. Think of this as PSG Lite versus Diet Real Madrid. There are a few folk missing, you see.The hosts will be desperate to make an early statement tonight. They need to atone for their abysmal capitulation last season in the last 16 against Manchester United. But they’ll have to do it without their entire first-choice forward line of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani. Mbappe and Cavani are injured, while Neymar is suspended after criticising the ref on social media in the wake of that United fiasco. Continue reading...
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Today programme host John Humphrys hangs up his microphone
John Humphrys (pictured), who will host the Radio 4 programme for for the last time tomorrow morning, joined the BBC in 1966 and first sat in front of the Today microphone in 1987.
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Facebook can watch you at home: Firm launches Portal devices that lets users video chat
Facebook has launched its family of Portal devices, allowing users to chat with anyone in the world. However, some users are questing its real motive, as the firm has come under fire for privacy concerns.
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Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester City: Champions League – live!
Champions League updates from the 8pm BST kick-offCity’s refusal to pay above the odds is hurting GuardiolaAnd you can email Simon or tweet @Simon_Burnton 7.07pm BST Here are the teams again in text form, for those unable to see embedded tweets:Shakhtar Donetsk: Pyatov, Bolbat, Kryvtsov, Matvyenko, Ismaily, Alan Patrick, Stepanenko, Marlos, Taison, Solomon, Moraes. Subs: Shevchenko, Butko, Marcos Antonio, Dentinho, Konoplyanka, Kovalenko, Bondar.Man City: Ederson, Walker, Fernandinho, Otamendi, Zinchenko, Gundogan, Rodri, De Bruyne, Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus, Sterling. Subs: Bravo, Aguero, Bernardo Silva, Silva, Mendy, Joao Cancelo, Garcia.Referee: Artur Soraes Dias (Portugal). 7.01pm BST Here’s an interesting thing: all players are shown an instructional video before every Champions League game, a bit like the one you get on an aeroplane before it takes off. And this is what it looks like:Are you ready for your #UCL debut? You’ll need to watch this first...This is the pre-match briefing video, given to all players and team officials in UEFA competitions. We hope you enjoy a pleasant match! pic.twitter.com/JhbcUkkw9C Continue reading...
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Father-of-five, 38, jailed for three-and-a-half years after battering girlfriend
Plumber Ronnie Gaunt, 38, from Liverpool beat his girlfriend Leah Walters at Hilton hotel, Manchester city centre while celebrating her 25th birthday. He was jailed for three and a half years.
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Fed cuts rates a second time as Trump's trade wars spur global economic concerns
The Federal Reserve has once again cut interest rates for a second time amid fears of a global economic downturn and concerns Donald Trump's trade wars with China could risk further instability among world markets.
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Spider-Man type restraint touted for use by UK police causes alarm
Gadget entangles suspects in fibre and billed by US maker as painless alternative to TaserA Spider-Man-like gadget that brings suspects to a halt by entangling them in cord fired from a hand-held device could be adapted for use by UK police.The US-made BolaWrap 100 restraint, which is being demonstrated to forces in the UK this week, is billed as an alternative in some situations to the Taser stun gun. Continue reading...
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Porn star turn reality TV personality Jessica Jaymes dies aged 43
The American rose was pronounced dead at her home, in San Fernando Valley, by emergency services
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The Guardian view on Israel’s elections: it could be worse | Editorial
Netanyahu is unfit for his office, as some voters are acknowledging, but the problems are bigger than himBenjamin Netanyahu’s political magic has broken, his biographer declared. The longest-serving prime minister in Israel’s history gambled that a second election in six months would win him a mandate when he couldn’t form a coalition. But the results appear to have shifted in favour of rival Benny Gantz’s Blue and White party.Voters cannot have gone to the polls on Tuesday with any great excitement. Blue and White hewed even more closely to Likud than it did in April’s contest. Overall there was strikingly little change in voting patterns, as one pollster pointed out: a small portion of the right moved to the secular nationalist Avigdor Lieberman, making him look very much like the kingmaker. The outcome is remarkably close, with Mr Gantz just one seat ahead as final results continued to trickle in, and both men vowed to lead Israel’s next government. Mr Netanyahu is a consummate survivor and his will to fight is sharpened by the knowledge that his freedom may depend upon it: he faces pre-trial hearings for three corruption cases in a matter of weeks. No office, no immunity. Continue reading...
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Migrants in Calais suffering from random police raids
Local authority has turned to force to prevent another camp from formingOsilama Michael, better known as Mike, doesn’t remember the last time he was able to get more than a couple of hours of sleep. An asylum seeker from Nigeria, he said he keeps being woken up by random police raids, which have become a daily occurrence at migrant encampments across Calais, France. “They often have a police officer shouting ‘get out of here’. They use one car to block one side of the camp and another car to block the other. You think they are coming for war,” Mike said. Continue reading...
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Dust cloud sparked explosion in primitive life on Earth, say scientists
Smashing of monster asteroid half a billion years ago thought to have caused mini ice ageAn enormous dust cloud that swept through the ancient solar system sent Earth into a mini ice age that sparked an explosion in primitive life on the planet, scientists say.The space dust was created when a monster asteroid was smashed to pieces in a violent collision somewhere between Mars and Jupiter nearly half a billion years ago. Continue reading...
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Asteroid collision led to Ice Age 470 million years ago - and scientists want to recreate it
Researchers from Lund University have revealed that a collision in the asteroid belt 470 million years ago filled the solar system with dust, leading to a unique ice age on Earth
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Mother ‘killed baby by rubbing heroin on her gums to get her to sleep’
Kimberly Nelligan is said to have rubbed the drug on daughter Jordy's gums at least 15 times. The baby was later found to have been killed with fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 50 times more powerful than heroin
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Lotto results LIVE: National Lottery and Thunderball numbers for Wednesday's £8.6m draw
The Lotto draw results and numbers for Wednesday, September 18
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Babies born by C-Section are more likely to suffer with allergies
'Babybiome' trial reveals connection between those born by Caesarean and allergies - which might explain the epidemic levels of allergy sufferers in the UK
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Greggs branch forced to shut after 'staff attacked by gang demanding coffee'
The worker was allegedly attacked with a can of drink thrown at him inside the shop on Jameson Street, Hull
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Brexit ultimatum: Macron demands Boris must deliver Brexit plan by Sept 30 or face no deal
EMMANUEL MACRON today demanded that Boris Johnson produces a Brexit plan before October or face a no deal Brexit.
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Lotto Results LIVE: Winning numbers for Wednesday's £8.6million jackpot
The National Lottery winning numbers for Wednesday September 18 will be revealed here tonight
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Pundits' predictions for Manchester United Europa League clash vs Astana
Man Utd return to the Europa League on Thursday and the competition could well provide the side with a route back into the Champions League.
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Diane Abbott risks fresh Labour anti-Semitism row ahead of party conference
DIANE ABBOTT risks being at the centre of another Labour anti-Semitism row after it emerged she is to share a platform with a speaker who has compared the Israeli government with the Nazis.
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Eva Simpson: Let's hope Top Boy puts all kids off crime
Netflix crime-drama Top Boy is being praised for brilliant acting, but there are fears it sets a stereotypical social agenda that pushes the narrative that all young black men are criminals
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Josie Chesney murder suspects 'were selling drugs in the hours before the stabbing'
Girl scout Jodie, 17, was stabbed in the back as she sat with her boyfriend and a group of their friends in Amy's Park in Harold Hill, east London on March 1.
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Victorian engineers wanted to build a tunnel connecting Scotland and Northern Ireland
The original plans had been penned by Irish water engineer and barrister Luke Livingstone Macassey, who proposed a channel tunnel to link Glasgow and Belfast.
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