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Who left Strictly Come Dancing last night and who is in the final?
We have our 2019 finalists but who missed out?
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Patrick Vieira 'moved' by speculation linking him with Arsenal manager's job
Patrick Vieira failed to hide his interest in the possibility of became Arsenal's next manager when asked to address speculation linking him with the role.
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Jenna Dewan is one hot mumma as she proves pregnancy definitely suits her with glam baby bump update
She's expecting her second child.
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Man battling Creme egg-sized brain tumour determined to live life to the full
Matt Carpenter, 30, from east Hull, had to have surgery in March 2018 to remove a brain tumour the size of a Cadbury's Creme Egg and had to be kept awake throughout the procedure
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Rodri admits Man City players are 'p***** off' with VAR misfortune
The champions felt they should have been awarded a penalty during Saturday's 2-1 defeat against local rivals Manchester United
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The January transfer Manchester United need to ensure they don't stagnate after derby win
Man Utd cannot afford to rest on their laurels despite recording two superb results last week.
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Manchester United news and transfers LIVE Aaron Wan-Bissaka latest and Man Utd win vs Man City reaction
All the latest Man Utd breaking news, transfer latest and reaction to the win over Man City at the Etihad Stadium.
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Man City news and transfers LIVE John Stones latest and Man Utd defeat reaction
Follow for the latest Manchester City news, injury update and transfer rumours as City look to move on from defeat in the derby.
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Coronation Street star Julia Goulding confirms birth of baby boy and reveals his name in sweet Instagram post
She's welcomed her first child with husband Ben.
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Brendan O’Carroll reveals why he didn't lose his virginity until he turned 22
The Mrs Brown’s Boys star was asked what advice he would give to his younger self - and he said he would wait a little longer before getting married if he has his time over again
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Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd blow, Chris Smalling to Arsenal and manager latest as Vieira addresses rumours
The January Transfer Window is fast approaching - we'll keep you abreast of all the latest news and rumours
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Taylor Swift is wonderful in white as she kicks off Christmas in London
The American megastar turns 30 in just a few days and she is in the mood if her performance at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball at The O2 Arena is anything to go by
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New Zealand volcano: People 'unaccounted for' and tourists injured after eruption on White Island
Tourists are missing and others have been injured after a volcanic eruption in New Zealand.
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I’m A Celebrity’s Kate Garraway can’t get enough of first post-jungle bath before fangirling over winner Jacqueline Jossa
We're living for her post-jungle Instagrams
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Japanese officials helped procure wartime sex slaves, report claims
News agency says diplomatic dispatches contradict claims that so-called ‘comfort women’ worked willinglyThe Japanese imperial army asked the government to provide one wartime sex slave for every 70 soldiers serving in China in the late 1930s, according to dispatches that offer evidence of official involvement in the recruitment of women to work in military brothels.The dispatches from Japanese diplomatic missions in China include requests to the foreign ministry in Tokyo to provide “comfort women”, Kyodo news agency reported. The term was a euphemism used to describe tens of thousands of women from Korea, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines and other countries who were forced into sexual servitude before and during the second world war. Continue reading...
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New Zealand volcano: PM Ardern delivers heartbreaking update on horror eruption
NEW ZEALAND’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has issued a heartbreaking warning following the volcanic eruption earlier on today which has seen dozens injured.
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Heung-min Son goal for Tottenham vs Burnley compared to legendary George Weah strike for AC Milan
Heung-min Son's stunning goal for Tottenham against Burnley has been compared to George Weah's iconic strike for AC Milan.
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New Zealand volcano: tourists injured and missing after eruption on White Island – live
NZ prime minister Jacinda Ardern says situation at Whakaari in the Bay of Plenty is ‘significant and evolving’ after volcano erupts. Follow the latest updates 4.08am GMT New Zealand police have just issued a revised figure for the number of people on or near White Island. That number is now fewer than 50. However, a number of people are still unaccounted for, and of those taken to shore, at least one is “critically injured”. 4.00am GMT Continue reading...
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Miley Cyrus unveils new ‘freedom’ tattoo and people think it’s a nod to Liam Hemsworth divorce
Miley's marking her new chapter.
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Watchmen’s Doctor Manhattan killed off after backstory with Angela Abar finally revealed?
Is this the last we'll ever see of him?
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Boy, 9, gets life-saving pills on NHS after writing to Cystic Fibrosis drug boss
Schoolboy Tristan Scott-Binns plead to Vertex boss Dr Jeff Leiden to strike a deal with NHS to make Cystic Fibrosis medication, Orkambi or Symkevi, free to the public
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Woman, 33, leaves her lucrative job to travel ALONE across Australia's Outback
A woman who travelled through the Australian Outback alone decided to leave her lucrative job as a fashion editor to take a 'gap year' at the age of 32.
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Ryan Giggs admits Man Utd need Paul Pogba in order to take 'next step' this season
The Frenchman has been out of action since the end of September with an ankle injury and missed the impressive victory over local rivals Manchester City on Saturday
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Tesco considers sale of Thai and Malaysian stores
The move comes as Britain's biggest retailer focuses on its domestic business in the wake of an accounting scandal.
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Greta Thunberg's 'how dare you' speech performed by Megan Washington and Robert Davidson – video
The Australian musician Megan Washington worked with composer Robert Davidson on a performance based around Greta Thunberg's excoriating address to the UN’s climate action summit in New York in September. The piece was performed at the City Recital Hall's  20th anniversary event We Are Twenty, to celebrate the music of the future and what music can look like in the next 20 years. "Greta’s speech is the definition of punk, and more important than any song that has been written in my lifetime, so I couldn’t ‘look to the future’ without including it," Washington said. "Rob is an actual genius because his compositions are proof that there is music in all of us, when we speak passionately, and from the heart."  Continue reading...
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White Island volcano eruption: tourists injured and several 'unaccounted for' in New Zealand
Level four alert was issued for the volcano in the Bay of Plenty, also known by its Māori name Whakaari, indicating a ‘moderate volcanic eruption’New Zealand’s most active cone volcano, White Island, off the eastern coast of the North Island, has erupted on Monday with dozens of tourists present. At least 20 people were reported to be injured.Prime minister Jacinda Ardern said the situation on White Island was “significant and evolving” and to the best of her knowledge 100 people were on or around the island at the time of the eruption, and a number were “currently unaccounted for”. Continue reading...
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Volcano erupts off the coast of New Zealand on White Island, 20 people involved
A rescue operation is currently underway to save people who were pictured from a GNS camera at 2.10pm and appear to have been inside the crater minutes before the explosion.
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White Island eruption: 'Multiple injuries' after volcano sends massive plumes of smoke into air
The eruption happened about 50 km (30 miles) from the east coast of North Island, New Zealand, this morning leaving people fleeing for their lives
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Election 2019: Gary Younge returns to his childhood town of Stevenage – podcast
The Guardian columnist returns to his home town to see how the bellwether constituency views the election. And: Micha Frazer-Carroll asks whether there will be a ‘youthquake’ in Thursday’s voteGary Younge grew up in Stevenage, a town in Hertfordshire, north of London. It’s a bellwether constituency. In every election since 1974, Stevenage has voted for the party that formed the government. It voted by 59% to leave the European Union. Gary tells Anushka Asthana what it was like to grow up in the country’s first new town, and discusses the change he noticed the town had undergone when he recently returned. Stevenage is now like much of the rest of the country. With a food bank and one in four children in poverty, many are struggling under the impact of austerity. Furthermore, residents seem undecided as to which way they are going to vote. Continue reading...
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Mafia allows gay men to join after it emerges mob chief's son is living as drag queen
The 'Ndrangheta mafia in Italy is 'going soft' on homosexuality, according to Anti-mafia investigator Nicola Gratteri (pictured). He intercepted phone calls about mafia staff enjoying transvestite bars.
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Dinamo Zagreb vs Man City: Prediction, team news, how to stream and watch on TV - Champions League preview
Manchester City have already booked their place in the Champions League knockout rounds as Group C winners, but Dinamo Zagreb face a do-or-die game when Pep Guardiola's side come to town.
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Kourtney Kardashian bites back at KUWTK fan who says ‘contractually’ she’s not entitled to more privacy
She's taking a step back from the cameras.
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Eamonn Holmes' 60th birthday celebrations start with a giant portrait of himself
The presenter has also reveled why wife Ruth Langsford once threw the Christmas dinner across the table at him - because of his present faux pas when they had just started dating
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Ardern government fails to reduce child poverty in New Zealand
Report found 148,000 children live in homes experiencing material hardship, the same number as when Labour took powerThe Ardern government has failed to reduce child poverty in New Zealand, the children’s commissioner says, despite the prime minister’s pledge to make the country the best place in the world to be a child.The children’s commissioner, Andrew Becroft, released the annual child poverty monitor on Monday which has found 148,000 children live in homes experiencing material hardship in six or more areas, including lack of access to basics such as warm clothing, health care and food. The figures are unchanged since the first report into child poverty in 2012. Continue reading...
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New Zealand volcano: Deadly volcanic eruption stuns island as experts warn of more to come
A HUGE volcanic eruption is currently taking place on a small island off the coast of New Zealand, acceding to local reports.
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Universal credit claimants 'struggling to cope'
Many people are out of pocket after a five-week wait for their first benefit payment, charities say.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits Jesse Lingard has been affected by off-field issues
The Manchester United boss believes Lingard has returned to top form after a difficult start to the season which saw him lose his place in Gareth Southgate's England squad
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Killer who battled London Bridge attacker said he hoped to thwart suicide vest
Former prisoner John Crilly described how he followed Usman Khan to London Bridge after fighting the jihadist at Fishmonger's Hall 10 days ago.
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Juice Wrld's chilling last words to fans at his final concert in Melbourne
Late rapper Juice Wrld told fans he 'loved them more than life itself' and offered some inspiring advice during his final ever concert in Australia on November 29. 
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Kanye West dons silver body paint and matching bizarre baggy outfit at his new opera Mary in Miami
Kanye West is in Miami for his new opera Mary, where he was spotted with a bizarre and unique look.
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Bayern Munich vs Tottenham: Prediction, team news, how to stream and watch on TV - Champions League preview
Both Bayern Munich and Tottenham have secured their places in the knockout stages, but with these two sides having mustered nine goals in their last meeting, it'll still be one to watch.
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Raheem Sterling joined by his fellow Manchester City stars for Great Gatsby-themed birthday bash
Flanked by his fiancee Paige Milian, the Manchester City forward looked sharp in a 50s-themed get up consisting of a cream two piece with an eye-catching fur-trimmed jacket.
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Finland anoints Sanna Marin, 34, as world's youngest-serving prime minister
Transport minister is the nation’s youngest leader ever and the country’s third female PMFinland’s transport minister, Sanna Marin, has been selected to lead the Social Democratic party, making her the country’s youngest prime minister ever.The 34-year-old Marin, whose party is the largest in a five-member governing coalition, will be the world’s youngest-serving prime minister when she takes office in the coming days. She is also Finland’s third female government leader. Continue reading...
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VIDEO: Arizona man, 26, dumps a woman out of her wheelchair but train passengers chase him off
Police in Arizona arrested Austin Shurbutt Saturday after thousands responded to help catch him after he was seen robbing a woman of her wheelchair as she traveled on the light rail in Arizona last Friday
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Victoria bushfires: state faces 43C as total fire bans ordered in three regions
Hot, dry and windy conditions mean fires can start anywhere and without warning, authorities sayTotal fire bans have been ordered for three regions in Victoria and parts of the state are expected to reach 43C.An extreme fire danger warning is in place for the Mallee district and Wimmera and northern country have been issued a severe warning. No fires can be lit in those areas until 11.50pm Monday. Continue reading...
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