Amy Schumer bravely shows off C-section scar in empowering naked bathroom snap

The comedian, 39, welcomed her first child - a baby boy named Gene - with husband Chris Fischer in May 2019, and is continuing to embrace her post-pregnancy body
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Unai Emery speaks out on Arsenal reunion in Europa League semi-final
Emery is heading back to north London.
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Texas' longest serving death row inmate has sentence tossed
An appeals court has overturned the sentence of Texas’ longest serving death row inmate, whose attorneys say has languished in prison for more than 45 years because he’s too mentally ill to be executed
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Resident Evil 4 VR exclusive coming to Oculus Quest 2 and it looks great
The Resident Evil showcase was full of good news for survival horror fans but the most surprising was a new VR version of Resident Evil 4.
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Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor spotted ‘wearing similar necklace’ amid ‘dating’ rumours
They are doing nothing to stop the rumours!
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A brief history of Westminster sleaze
From Neil Hamilton to Andrew Mitchell and David Cameron, the whiff of scandal is never far from British politics, writes Andrew Woodcock
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Obesity causes more avoidable heart disease deaths each year than smoking
There are about 31,000 avoidable deaths from heart disease due to obesity each year in the UK - compared with around 21,000 caused by smoking.
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Mikel Arteta reacts to powerful Alexandre Lacazette gesture after Slavia Prague race row
'I think it was a good gesture.'
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SpaceX, NASA give 'go' for astronaut launch, 3rd for Dragon
SpaceX has the go-ahead from NASA to launch another crew of astronauts next week
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JAN MOIR: Without uniforms, the royal mystique becomes threadbare 
JAN MOIR: There have been touching tributes from Prince Charles, tears from the Countess of Wessex, rosy family photographs from the Duchess of Cambridge.
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Jonas Jonasson confirms status as 'the best comic novelist alive' with new book
Medical Grade Music by Steve Davis and Kavus Torabi, Watch Her Fall by Erin Kelly, Sweet Sweet Revenge ltd by Jonas Jonasson, One Two Three Four by Craig Brown, Where Stands A Wingéd Sentry by Margaret Kennedy and Men Who Hate Women by Laura Bates
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Obese couple shed huge 30st between them to follow dream of becoming parents
Dustin Hall lost 22 stone and his wife Raquel lost eight after doctors warned them that they only way they could have children is by shedding a huge amount of weight
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Resident Evil Village gets free 1 hour demo and The Mercenaries mode
The Resident Evil Showcase has been full of welcome surprises, including a new look at the Infinite Darkness Netflix show.
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Civil servant in Greensill row ‘breached rules’ over trustee role
Lord Pickles defers decision to Michael Gove over ‘appropriate action’
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The Witcher star reveals sentimental gift from lead Henry Cavill after season 2 filming wraps
A lovely gesture.
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William and Harry will walk apart in grandfather Philip’s funeral procession
Details of the duke’s funeral were released by Buckingham Palace on Thursday.
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Workers in insecure jobs twice as likely to die of Covid, TUC research finds
Those with no sick pay and fewer rights, such as many care workers and delivery drivers, at higher riskCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageWorkers on zero-hours contracts and other insecure jobs are twice as likely to have died of Covid-19 as those in other professions, according to a report revealing stark inequalities in the workplace.The research from the Trades Union Congress in England and Wales showed those on the frontline of the pandemic, such as care workers, nurses and delivery drivers, were at a higher risk of death. It said many of these key workers were in insecure work, such as zero-hours contracts and agency employment, landing them with a “triple whammy” of no sick pay, fewer rights and endemic low pay, while having to shoulder more risk of infection. Continue reading...
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Nicola Sturgeon's ‘election bribes exposed' as experts demolish SNP’s NHS cash boasts
NICOLA Sturgeon's promise of a "transformational" NHS cash boost is less ambitious than Boris Johnson's health spending plans in England, a respected think-tank has found.
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Covid 'death jobs' emerge with virus twice as likely to kill zero hours workers
Shocking analysis has identified the professions most at risk from dying of coronavirus - with workers on zero hours contracts twice as likely to be killed by the infection
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Your daily horoscope for Friday April 16, 2021
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Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde spotted ‘looking completely smitten on alfresco London pub date’
The rumoured couple were seen enjoying a drink alfresco.
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National Trust marks 125 years since first historic house purchase
The Trust bought Alfriston Clergy House in East Sussex for just £10 in 1896.
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Premier League, FA Cup and EFL: 10 things to look out for this weekend
Tuchel v Guardiola at Wembley, Leicester need Covid trio and Jürgen Klopp’s front-three selection problemsThe blueprint for beating Manchester City is not complex, because it is identical to the blueprint for beating any other team: attack well and defend properly. Of course there are subtleties within that and City’s ability to retain possession while creating chances can make both aspects extremely taxing, but Chelsea are better-placed than most to find a way. At some point, Thomas Tuchel will probably instruct his team to play more expansively than they do now, but at Wembley he will station two defensive midfielders in front of three centre-backs – a difficult barrier for any team to pick through, never mind one facing players as good as Chelsea’s. Going forward, though, things are trickier, because although City’s defensive record is better than their defending, Tuchel has yet to find the right creative blend. He will, though, be heartened by the recent improvement of Christian Pulisic and Kai Havertz. DH Continue reading...
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Covid death rates twice as high in zero-hours and casual jobs, study suggests
‘If people can’t observe self-isolation when they need to, the virus could rebound,’ warns TUC chief
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Why was the most expensive artwork in history bought and then hidden?
David D Kirkpatrick and Elaine Sciolino investigate why a quest to display the most expensive painting ever sold at the Louvre has resulted in a stalemate between two countries
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Andy Capp - 16th April 2021
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
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Perishers - 16th April 2021
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. Th strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
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Graham Greene’s showdown with Soviet spy Kim Philby: A Splinter of Ice review
Available online A meeting between the writer and the double agent, once colleagues at MI6, is strong on friendship and betrayal – but takes us no closer to the heart of either manIn February 1987, the novelist Graham Greene met the Soviet spy Kim Philby for dinner. The latter had been the former’s supervisor and friend at MI6 30 years earlier, but by the time they met Philby had long been exposed as a communist double agent and was living out his retirement in Moscow.Ben Brown’s play, directed by Alastair Whatley and Alan Strachan, imagines that reunion, and it contains the potential for a reckoning that takes in their work for MI6 as well as their friendship and betrayals. Filmed on stage by the Original Theatre Company, Michael Pavelka’s set is clean and simple – a Soviet-era drawing room that is convincingly bathed in retro shades of brown, yellow and mustard – while the action boldly relies on the power of the men’s conversation. Continue reading...
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Bank worker, 20, struggling with mental health during lockdown took her own life before family party
Leonie Baigan, 20, from Edinburgh, was preparing to celebrate her mother's pregnancy with a party last month when family members were given the shock news that she had taken her own life.
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US water managers warn of dismal year along the Rio Grande
Federal water managers have released their annual operating plan for the Rio Grande, and it doesn't look good
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Regulators rebuke PG&E for neglect in reducing wildfire risk
California power regulators are stepping up their oversight of Pacific Gas & Electric after finding that the utility has neglected the maintenance of an electrical grid that has ignited a series of deadly wildfires in Northern California and forced periodic blackouts affecting millions of people
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West Virginia offers $12,000 to remote workers who move there
Governor Jim Justice hopes programme will ‘leave a lasting impact on our great state forevermore’
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Canadian politician accidentally appears naked in Zoom meeting of House of Commons
A Canadian politician has apologised after being seen stark naked in a virtual meeting of the country’s House of Commons.
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Prince Philip woke up in a 'cold sweat' about his 'lame' toast to Nixon at the White House in 1969
Philip, who died last week at the age of 99, was the toast of Washington when he was fêted at an official White House party on November 4th in Nixon's first term.
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Scientists ‘open Pandora’s box’ with human-monkey chimeric embryo
Some experts fear the discovery is marred by significant moral and ethical dilemmas, Sam Hancock writes
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Bella Thorne pays emotional tribute to late father on anniversary of his death
Bella Thorne had paid tribute to her late father Delancey Reinaldo “Rey” Thorne, who died aged 44 when the former Disney Channel star was just nine years old
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‘They killed this boy’: Adam Toledo video sparks horror and outrage
‘He complied. Had his hands up. And they killed this boy’
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Woman is in tears as she hears her late birth father's voice for the first time on Long Lost Family
Jean Smith, 67, from Poole, Dorset, has spent decades searching for her biological parent after learning he was stationed in the UK during the Second World War as part of the American Air Force.
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Sex and the City's John Corbett to star in reboot with Sarah Jessica Parker
Sex and the City star John Corbett has revealed that he is set to reprise his role as Aidan Shaw in the hit show after HBO confirmed they were creating a 10-part reboot
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Northampton fire: Massive blaze at substation 'leaves hundreds without power'
A HUGE FIRE has broken out at a substation in Northampton.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaks out on facing Roma in Europa League semi-final and pinpoints their biggest threat
Another Italian Job awaits United.
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Topless Binky Felstead shows off growing baby bump as fiancé bets on early birth
Made In Chelsea star Binky Felstead told her 1.4 million fans that her fiancé Max has been getting up to in recent weeks as the couple await the birth of their first child together
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Sex and the City star John Corbett ‘to reprise role as Aidan in upcoming reboot’
Will Carrie and Aidan cross paths again?
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Covid: Past infection ‘does not protect young people against reinfection,’ study warns
Professor says despite global vaccine rollouts ‘it is possible to catch virus again and transmit it to others’
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Florida 'anti-riot' bill goes to governor amid racial strife
Florida’s Republican-controlled Legislature has approved stiffer penalties against violent protesters
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Doctors issue fresh energy drink warning after man hospitalised with heart failure
Patient had been drinking four 500ml cans of caffeinated energy drinks a day fortwo years
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Mikel Arteta gives update on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after being in hospital with malaria
'He had two days in hospital to get the right treatment but he's feeling good now.'
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Biden ‘prepared to take further actions’ if Russia continues to back interference efforts
Aiming to prevent tensions from ‘escalating out of control’ with Putin, president warns: ‘We cannot allow a foreign power to interfere in our democratic process’
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Doctors issue health warning after student's four-a-day energy drink habit
The 21-year-old university student was forced to spend 58 days in hospital after consuming four 500ml energy drinks every day for two years, they say.
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