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California church's nativity scene depicts Jesus, Mary and Joseph as a family separated at border 
California's Claremont United Methodist Church minister Karen Clark Ristine shared the post on Facebook Saturday and asked followers to think of the 5,500 children have been the past three years.
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Kanye West is a bizarrely silver fox for brand new bible-inspired opera Mary
Clearly he's been reflecting.
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People reveal why they were disciplined or fired after their work Christmas party
'As I turned, I lost my balance and threw up over a pair of shoes. I looked up to see them connected to my very straight-laced boss and I knew I was in trouble.'
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Woman gets new tongue made from her arm after fighting cancer
Stephanie Wigglesworth, 36, was diagnosed with Squamous Cell Carcinoma after noticing a tiny ulcer on her tongue which started to tingle before becoming numb.
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Brexit LIVE: UK set for 'finest hour' as expert warns EU of Britain's prosperous future
THE EU has underestimated the potentially bright and prosperous future of the UK outside the trade bloc an expert has warned.
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I’m A Celebrity’s Kate Garraway confesses female contestants restricted cameras so they could shower in private
We applaud their efforts. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Mother-of-two, 26, reveals how she transformed her kitchen for just £200
Charlotte Greedy, 26, from Pontyclun, Wales, updated her kitchen for £200 by buying stick-on tiles and painting her countertops and cupboards, rather than buying new.
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White Island volcano New Zealand: How warnings were ignored
Between 2011 and 2016 the volcano to the north of New Zealand's north island - which erupted injuring 20 on Monday - had a period of increased activity but still boatloads of tourists arrived.
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FEMAIL picks out this year's best Christmas presents for kids (with prices starting at just £10)
FEMAIL has selected a range of must-buy presents suitable for newborns right up to teenagers, with prices to suit all budgets, including Amal-Clooney approved jewellery.
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Can YOU get the perfect score on these challenging maths questions?
The new quiz - devised by New York based Playbuzz - will test the skills of even the best mathematicians. Ten gruelling questions will leave many reaching for a calculator - but how many can you solve?
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Everton investigating homophobic chanting at Chelsea on same day as Premier League's Rainbow Laces campaign
Premier League's week-long support of the Stonewall campaign has been overshadowed by the second alleged incident of homophobic abuse in the space of a week
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Boy, 4, forced to sleep on hospital floor because there were no beds
Sarah Williment covered her son Jack in coats to keep him warm after taking him to hospital showing signs of pneumonia. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
I'm A Celeb winner Jacqueline Jossa leaves fans devastated with 'doormat' comment
The former EastEnders star was crowned Queen of the Jungle last night, but something she said in her interview with Ant and Dec left fans heartbroken
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Dan Osborne and Jacqueline Jossa cosy up after I’m A Celebrity jungle win
The pair have been reunited. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Trump impeachment: judiciary hearing could bring Mueller into play
Bipartisan lawyers to testify on findings by the special counsel and intelligence committee in second public sessionOpinion: Pelosi is bungling the impeachment inquiryMarching ahead toward the impeachment of Donald Trump, Democrats on Monday prepared to hear testimony that could result in material from the special counsel Robert Mueller’s report being folded into articles of impeachment. Related: Trump impeachment inquiry: House judiciary committee releases report Continue reading...
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What time will we know the results of the general election? Hour-by-hour guide
The 2019 general election results will begin pouring in from 10pm on Thursday and we'll know who will win by Friday morning. To guide you through it, we've put together this comprehensive guide of seats to watch across the UK
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Agency photographer of the year – 2019 shortlist
Guardian picture editors have picked out a selection of photographers whose work has made a mark in 2019. An overall winner will be announced on 21 DecemberSee last year’s shortlist and overall winner hereThe Guardian relies on news photography from a variety of agencies images, and our picture editors view thousands of images each day. Here we showcase some of the work by photographers whove stood out over the course of the year. Continue reading...
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New Zealand volcano suddenly erupts with dozens nearby, leaving at least one dead and 'a number' missing on White Island
Several people unaccounted for as ash cloud envelopes popular tourist spot
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New Zealand volcano eruption LIVE: One confirmed dead and more deaths likely after eruption on White Island
One person has died and more fatalities are likely after a volcano erupted on a small New Zealand island.
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Wonder Woman 1984: First trailer shows Gal Gadot and Kristin Wiig in early scenes
Film will show Gal Gadot's superhero facing new challenges
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Transfer news LIVE: Liverpool and Man Utd gossip plus Arsenal and Everton manager latest
Speculation is hotting up around a number of clubs and players as the likes of Man Utd, Arsenal and Man City all look to take their chance to strengthen with the January transfer window right around the corner
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The housing estate where 'mums live off energy drinks so their kids can eat'
The estate in Wrexham's Caia Park has one of the worst rates of child poverty in the country
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What channel is West Ham vs Arsenal on? TV and live stream information
Freddie Ljungberg's reign as interim Arsenal manager has not gone to plan so far and a revitalised West Ham team will prove to be a challenge
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Piers Morgan ‘doesn’t know who Jacqueline Jossa is’ after I’m A Celebrity win
Looks like someone's been skipping watching I'm A Celebrity this year... News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Tottenham: Twelve seconds, 80 yards and a Son Heung-min goal history will never forget
Resembling the famous strikes of Ronaldo and Ricky Villa, the Tottenham winger produced a moment of brilliance that transcended the sport
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Election news latest: Party leaders in final push for votes as general election looms
Party leaders are making last-ditch push for votes as the UK enters the final week of General Election campaigning ahead of the vote this Thursday.
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UK weather: Storm Atiyah batters Britain with 70mph winds amid warnings of power cuts
Met Office weather warnings remain in place for the South West and North East today, before more strong winds are forecast tomorrow in a second storm which could be named Storm Brendan.
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Liverpool rediscover old strength as Marcus Rashford inspires Man United – 10 Premier League talking points
Son Heung-min proved his class with a goal of the season contender, while Duncan Ferguson revitalising Everton against Chelsea
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Anthony Joshua vows to become 'low-key' champion after labelling first reign a 'f*****g headache'
'The belts can be your best friend or your worst enemy,' the new IBF, WBA and WBO belt-holder admitted
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New Zealand volcano eruption – live: White Island erupts leaving at least one dead, with 'a number of people unaccounted for'
Around 50 people were on island in Bay of Plenty when explosion happened
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Duncan Ferguson temporarily solves Everton's identity crisis in Chelsea win with nod to the past
Howard Kendall's old watch was worn as a memento by Everton's caretaker manager during the 3-1 win over Chelsea
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New Zealand volcano video: Horrific footage shows people inside crater ahead of eruption
A NEW ZEALAND volcano on White Island erupted on Monday morning killing at least one person and leaving dozens injured, with social media video appearing to show a group of people milling in the crater minutes before the eruption.
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Man City: Pep Guardiola searching for consistency as champions reach breaking point
Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial heaped more misery on City – who are now 14 points behind leaders Liverpool
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Woman tipped out of wheelchair by man trying to steal it as she sat on train
Police have arrested a man following the incident in Phoenix, Arizona. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
EastEnders Christmas spoilers: Several families torn apart by biggest ever secret
And the results are catastrophic. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
How to be a ‘mindful drinker’ during Christmas party season
It involves focusing on what and how much you’re drinking, to help you stay in control. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Emmerdale spoilers: Liv Flaherty collapses amid Aaron Dingle death fears
Liv is left incredibly concerned for Aaron, but she finds herself facing an ordeal before she can help her brother. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Coronation Street spoilers: Boss Iain MacLeod reveals life changing twist for Gary Windass and Maria Connor
Gary and Maria's relationship is changed, News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
AirPods Pro review: a touch of Apple magic
Good sound, solid battery life and effective noise cancelling wrapped up in a tiny, potent packageApple’s true wireless earbuds have gone “pro” and in doing so deliver on the promise of the 2017 originals. The new AirPods Pro are worth the wait.Apple managed two pieces of magic in 2017 with the original £159 AirPods. They just worked without the skips, blips or audio delay, and came in a tiny battery case that kept them charged and safe – a combination that competitors still find hard to match. Continue reading...
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Rikers 2.0: inside the battle to build four new prisons in New York City
Activists, politicians and former prisoners are divided over how to close the notorious Rikers Island complex and what should replace it – if anythingOn clear days, Kevin Steele would peek through the cracked window of his six-by-eight foot solitary confinement cell on Rikers Island to get a glimpse of his Bronx neighbourhood and mentally escape.Steele was just 17 years old in June 2010 when he was brought to Rikers Island, arguably America’s most notorious prison and the nation’s largest penal colony. He had been arrested for his involvement in a fight and had no means to pay an assigned $85,000 bail. He spent three years at Rikers awaiting trial, 13 months of that in solitary confinement. Continue reading...
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Should I put money I inherited towards an Isa or the mortgage?
I have a lot to pay on the mortgage but I wonder whether putting it into my pension might save on taxQ I am 50 years old and have just inherited £35,000. This is likely to be the last money I inherit, so I want to be careful about what I do with it. We still have a lot to pay on the mortgage, but apart from that we are debt-free. I have several pensions from previous and current jobs but sadly none have much in them.Would it be best to put the money I have inherited on the mortgage or should it go into my current pension (and will this save on tax)? Or should I put it in Isas and hope for the market to improve by the time I retire, which won’t be any time soon?NM Continue reading...
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I was living in the background of my life – until I realised shyness isn’t shameful
At 14, I became self-conscious about my voice and decided to hide away. Then, years later, it occurred to me the world needs quieter people, tooI remember the day shyness took over my life. I was 14 years old and in the middle of a French conversation lesson at school. I loved French, probably because I fancied myself as some kind of chic Parisian, sipping espresso in a corner cafe. We were in the brand new language laboratory, with its cassette players that were very flash for the time. The teacher told us to record ourselves speaking about a film we had seen recently. Perfect. I recorded myself, in the most English of French accents, with utter confidence. Then, I pressed “play” to listen back. All I heard was a little kid talking. Where was the highly insightful monologue I had just recorded?My immediate reaction was to assume I was listening to someone else’s tape, or that I had hit the wrong button. But then, it dawned on me. That was my voice. And there it was. At 2pm on an ordinary Tuesday afternoon, I realised there was something weird about me. Continue reading...
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Many migrants once voted Tory. Now their loyalty is fading fast | Nesrine Malik
Conservative supporters with roots outside Britain are turning away in the face of race-baiting and fearmongeringThe sorites paradox is concerned with the question of when an object ceases to be an object. To demonstrate, a hypothetical mound of sand is depleted one grain at a time: at what point, after which grain, does the mound of sand cease to be a mound at all? This paradox is what now defines the status of those migrants to the UK who have traditionally voted Conservative, and the party loyalties of their children. Related: BBC debate: Corbyn hits out at Johnson's ‘racist remarks’ Continue reading...
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Botswana urged to abolish death penalty after latest execution
Rights groups condemn hanging of Mooketsi Kgosibodiba and call on president to bring country into line with the rest of AfricaThe new president of Botswana is facing pressure to abolish the country’s death penalty after last week’s surprise execution of a 44-year-old man for murder.Mooketsi Kgosibodiba, a bricklayer, had been on death row since 2017 after strangling his employer in a row over stolen cement. Last week the government made the unexpected announcement that he had been hanged in Gaborone central prison. Continue reading...
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A Radical Romance by Alison Light review – a tender but oblique memoir
Alison Light’s account of her marriage to the historian Raphael Samuel is both admirable and frustratingAlison Light’s last book, the Samuel Johnson-shortlisted Common People, was what she called “family history as public history”, using generations of her own working-class family as a lens through which to examine the social conditions that shaped them. In A Radical Romance she uses a similar approach to more recent and personal history – her 10-year marriage to the radical historian Raphael Samuel, until his death in 1996. She draws on her own extensive diaries and letters to offer a hybrid memoir that is at once a tribute to Samuel and his work, a portrait of a part of London in the grip of accelerated social change, and an account of love, frustration and grief. Perhaps inevitably, these different currents vie with one another for precedence, but Light is keenly aware of these tensions, interrogating her own process and the nature of memoir as history, “a history from inside”: “Memoir weaves its way between what is often called the private and the public, the personal as opposed to the historical… I find these terms far more porous than absolute.”“Sorrow, like guilt, never ends, though it ebbs and flows,” she writes Continue reading...
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