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Woman who lived at home Anne Heche smashed into in fatal crash breaks silence on incident
Lynne Mishele was living in the home that burned down in the Mar Vista neighbourhood in Los Angeles a week ago after actress Anne Heche crashed into it in a fatal accident
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8 Israelis wounded in Jerusalem shooting
Israeli police and medics say a gunman opened fire at a bus near Jerusalem’s Old City, wounding eight Israelis in a suspected Palestinian attack that came a week after violence flared up between Israel and militants in Gaza
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MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Truss is a breath of fresh air in a stifling world of nannyism 
MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: This is why Truss's single-minded campaign for the Tory leadership is so significant. She seized from the start on the issue of reducing taxes.
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Price of wine will surge 10 per cent after wildfires and droughts scorched vineyards across Europe
David Gates, CEO of Direct Wines and parent company Laithwaites, says a bottle of red or white from favourites France, Italy and Spain will only get more expensive if the heat and drought continue.
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Arsenal news: Mikel Arteta's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang claim amid La Liga transfer boost
The latest news from around Arsenal as Gunners manager Mikel Arteta looks to continue adding to his squad with more than two weeks left of the summer transfer window
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GB News: EU to use Sturgeon's IndyRef2 plot to make relations 'more difficult' with UK
THE EUROPEAN UNION would use Nicola Sturgeon's plot to obtain Scottish independence to make relations "more difficult" with Brexit Britain, a former Tory MSP has claimed.
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Average price of a boarding school education is set to exceed half a MILLION pounds for first time
According to the Independent Schools Council (ISC), parents pay £37,032 a year on average for boarders.
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Epilepsy drug 'doubles children's autism risk' if their mother takes it while pregnant 
A drug used to prevent epileptic seizures and migraine has been found to double the chances of a child developing autism if their mother takes it while pregnant.
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Interior designer sparks row by installing 'horrific' electric gates at 18th century hunting lodge
Francis Sultana, 49, has come under fire from a coalition of National Trust members and outraged acolytes of legendary interior designer John Fowler, who lived at Odiham lodge until 1947.
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Hero father restrains 'terrorist' who stripped to her underwear and tried to storm plane cockpit
Phillip O'Brien, 35, was a passenger on the Jet2 flight from Lanarca, Cyprus to Manchester on Tuesday 9 August when a woman, in her 30s, caused the panicked scene shortly after take-off.
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Gary Lineker accused of putting two fingers up to fans fuming over BBC football classified results
As if to rub critics' noses into the dirt, flagship football show MOTD kicked off last night with a rundown of the Premier League results from seven days earlier - read out in classified results style.
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Rishi Sunak demands further sanctions against Iran over Salman Rushdie attack 
Rishi Sunak warned attempts to revive the international Iran nuclear deal may have reached a 'dead end' following stabbing of 75-year-old Sir Salman Rushdie.
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Ben Fogle hits out at Facebook owner Meta after his name is used in online charity scam
Mr Fogle told The Mail on Sunday: 'There are lots of fake accounts that I have tried, over the years, to close down and it has taken a very long time to close each one.'
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Russia-Ukraine war: what we know on day 172 of the invasion
Volodymyr Zelenskiy warns Russian troops against shooting from nuclear plant; blasts heard in Melitopol; Ukraine claims to have shot down Russian fighter jetUkraine says it will target Russian soldiers who shoot at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant or use it as a base to shoot from, as both sides again accused the other of shelling the facility. President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Saturday that Russian soldiers who shot at the plant or used it as cover would become a “special target”, Reuters reported. He repeated accusations that Moscow was using the plant – Europe’s largest – as nuclear blackmail. The exiled mayor of the town where the plant is located in south-eastern Ukraine said it had come under fresh shelling.An explosion was heard in the north-eastern part of Melitopol, the mayor of the city, Ivan Fedorov, Melitopol, posted on Telegram. “We’re waiting for good news about Russian losses,” he added. The city, which is east of the Dnipro river and north-east of the Crimean peninsula, has been occupied since March.The two primary road bridges giving access to the pocket of Russian-occupied territory on the west bank of the Dnipro in Ukraine’s Kherson region are now probably out of use for the purposes of substantial Russian military resupply, British military intelligence said on Saturday, which the UK’s defence ministry has described as a key vulnerability.The number of fatalities after a Russian missile strike on Kramatorsk, in Ukraine’s Donetsk region, has grown to three, the Kyiv Post reports. It cites a report by Ukrinform giving the Kramatorsk mayor, Oleksandr Honcharenko, as the source.The US has said it is concerned by reports of British, Swedish and Croatian nationals being charged by “illegitimate authorities” in eastern Ukraine. “Russia and its proxies have an obligation to respect international humanitarian law, including the right and protections afforded to prisoners of war,” the secretary of state, Antony Blinken, said.Russia has warned the US that potentially placing Russia on the US State Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism could be a diplomatic “point of no return”, and trigger a total breakdown of relations between the two countries.The Ukrainian military has reportedly shot down a Russian fighter jet, as well as four Russian drones, over the past day, according to Ukrainian media.Two Russian missiles hit Kharkiv overnight on Saturday, the region’s governor, Oleh Synehubov, said on national television. He said there were no casualties but one missile damaged a technical college while the other landed in a residential area, Reuters reported.Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak said on Saturday the war could only end with the return of the Crimea peninsula and the punishment of the Russian leaders who ordered the military invasion.Russian forces have taken full control of Pisky, a village on the outskirts in Ukraine’s Donetsk region, Interfax cited the Russian defence ministry as saying on Saturday. Ukraine’s military command said later that “fierce fighting” continued in the village.Ukraine’s health minister has accused Russian authorities of committing a crime against humanity by blocking access to affordable medicines and hospitals in occupied areas.The Estonian prime minister, Kaja Kallas, has again complained that the lack of comprehensive Schengen zone travel restrictions for Russians puts an “unfair” burden on countries neighbouring Russia, reiterating calls on the European Union to introduce visa bans for Russian nationals. Continue reading...
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Dog show organisers blasted for going ahead despite 35C heatwave weather
Owners defend decision to show off their pets in mid-30C temperatures as critics brand their move 'selfish' and 'stupid' and the RSPCA urges them to postpone championship
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Salman Rushdie was being guarded by TWO cops during event where he was stabbed
A physician who witnessed the stabbing of Salman Rushdie at an event said that despite the presence of two cops who were acting as security, it was the crowd that subdued the attacker.
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Now you can join the private jet set... but only if you can find £28,000 per person for 23-day tour 
Titan Travel, a firm that began by offering coach tours, is now muscling in on this exclusive market with the launch of its first holiday by private jet.
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Boris Johnson launches 'national mission' to tackle dementia in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor
In one of his final acts as Prime Minister, Mr Johnson has vowed to double funding to £160 million a year by 2024 and, in addition in memory of much-loved actress Dame Barbara Windsor.
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Spot the true Prue Leith! Bake Off star gives doppelganger playing her on stage her earrings
Prue Leith, 82, met Rosie Ashe, 69, at Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre earlier this month during the final production of Bake Off the Musical and this picture shows them together for the first time.
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Don't Pay UK is organised by middle-class Corbynista rabble determined to 'break the system'
Don't Pay UK, the campaign calling for mass non-payment of fuel bills, has maintained anonymity up until now. Alessio Lunghi and Matthew Chessum are revealed to be among the organisers.
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A THIRD of hospitals now use woke terms like 'pregnant people' instead of mothers
Dozens of hospital trusts have adopted such 'inclusive' language in fear of upsetting transgender campaigners - and more are likely to follow suit.
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Bank of England chief 'open to review' of mandate on inflation policy after Liz Truss criticism
The Tory leadership frontrunner has previously lashed out at Mr Bailey, who has been the Bank's governor since 2020, for his slow response in raising interest rates to rein in spiralling prices.
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Elden Ring is not Game of the Year but Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is – Reader’s Feature
A reader argues that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is the best game of 2022 and superior to Elden Ring, even if it’s unlikely to win many awards.
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New fears as Labour MP reports Huawei for offering to fund his constituency projects 
Labour MP Neil Coyle (pictured) claims that the Chinese telecoms giant approached him to offer grants, including for IT services for school children.
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Why it's not bananas to put your eggs in the freezer: Experts say it can help families save money
With grocery prices rising a record 10 per cent compared with last year and supermarket staples doubling in price, many shoppers are searching for ways to keep costs down.
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Liverpool news: Jurgen Klopp's transfer update as James Milner tipped for coaching role
Liverpool's summer transfer business looks to have concluded despite there being calls for the Reds to bolster their ranks as they deal with several injuries early on in the season
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Why BBC Gaming Prom may have changed video game music forever – Reader’s Feature
A reader offers his review of the BBC’s Gaming Prom and considers how it will affect the mainstream popularity of video game music.
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Just got DITCHED! Bride-to-be flees fiancé at Heathrow Airport taking his luggage and £5,000 cash
A British man was said to be 'totally in bits' after his soon-to-be wife vanished with his suitcases while he went to the toilet at Heathrow's Terminal 5.
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Could 'Great Boris Canal' fix Britain's water woes? Tories call to review plan
The plan, which was first put forward in the 1940s, involves creating a huge network of canals to bring water from the wetter North to drier regions further south.
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WFH Land Registry staff accused of holding up house sales
Land Registry staff working from home have been accused of holding up house sales because of delays to updating official records.
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Car dealers found selling 40,000 'death trap' write-offs - including some without airbags
More than 40,000 undeclared write-offs worth £800 million - including some without airbags - are being sold to unwitting drivers each year, a Channel 4 Dispatches investigation found.
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People-smugglers charging migrants £17,000 to sneak into the UK on luxury yachts 
One trafficker offered a place on a yacht leaving Belgium this weekend for £17,000, while another said there was space on a yacht leaving from near Calais for £16,000
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We all have a part to play in surviving this year's drought, writes Water Minister STEVE DOUBLE
STEVE DOUBLE: Right now, across the country, we are feeling the effects of a second heatwave in what is already the driest summer in over 50 years.
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Revesby: Two women shot dead in southwest Sydney in their car
Emergency services were called to Weston Street in Revesby about 8.50pm on Saturday night amid reports of a double shooting.
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Cameron Smith chasing world No 1 ranking at St Jude Championship
Smith shoots three-under 67 to sit third going into final roundAustralian needs victory in Memphis to secure No 1 spotCameron Smith has a huge chance to win the opening PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoffs tournament and claim the world No 1 ranking, as he surges into the final round two shots from the lead.As speculation continues to swirl about whether he’ll jump to the rebel LIV Golf circuit, Australian world No 2 Smith birdied two of the last three holes to shoot a three-under 67 at the FedEx St Jude Championship in Memphis on Saturday. Continue reading...
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EMILY PRESCOTT: Actress Georgina Castle's joy after being cast in Elf the Musical
EMILY PRESCOTT: Actress Georgina Castle was devastated when Andrew Lloyd Webber axed the Cinderella musical she was starring in, but her fortunes seem to be back on the up.
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Minister vows to fine water industry sharks and warns companies to put customers first
Steve Double told The Mail on Sunday that he expected better from the suppliers as he warned them they could face further action if progress isn't made soon. Pictured: A nearly gone lake.
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EMILY PRESCOTT: No Game of Phones for Emilia Clarke who charges fans £150 for a selfie 
EMILY PRESCOTT: Fans who want a full-on meet-and-greet have to shell out £400 for the pleasure, A selfie at the Dream It Fest fan convention in London next month will cost £150.
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EMILY PRESCOTT: Popstar Suki Waterhouse hopes for a chain reaction with her daring metal-linked top
EMILY PRESCOTT: Model Suzi Waterhouse is booming in 2022 with a new pop career, thriving fashion line and a burgeoning movie career - not forgetting she is going out with Robert Pattinson.
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EMILY PRESCOTT: Kate Moss reinvents herself as a lifestyle guru with a wellness brand Cosmoss
EMILY PRESCOTT: In the last few years, the supermodel has overhauled her lifestyle, swapping hedonism in the world's capitals for early nights and gardening in the Cotswolds.
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Only one in 11 victims report 'yob behaviour' - despite 14 million people being affected last year
While 24 per cent of the public in England and Wales reported experiencing or witnessing 'yob behaviour', just 1.3 million incidents were reported to police.
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Ted Lasso turned Marvel star Brett Goldstein 'splits from girlfriend' after Thor success
Marvel fans were surprised to see the star of Apple TV+'s Ted Lasso join the MCU as mythical hero Hercules in a post credit scene of Thor: Love and Thunder last month
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Brexit LIVE: Expat warning as major banks to SHUT British accounts due to EU red tape
BRITISH expats living in the EU have been warned that they will no longer be able to keep their UK bank accounts.
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Tate, TikTok and toxic trends: ‘Alpha males’ are on the rise – but why aren’t we more worried?
Clips of Andrew Tate have racked up 11.4 billion views on TikTok.
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'Not realistic' Jacob Rees-Mogg swats away claims Boris Johnson is plotting return to No10
BORIS JOHNSON will not be able to stage a political comeback which could see him return to Number 10 as Prime Minister, Jacob Rees-Mogg has claimed.
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FBI raid gave Trump a 10-point boost over DeSantis, poll shows
Federal agents removed 11 sets of documents that were marked as classified
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Cost of living: Here's how to use your savings to offset soaring energy bills
With inflation set to hit 13 per cent before the end of the year and annual energy bills forecast to head towards £5,000, we will all need our money to work harder to help us stay afloat.
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