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Stunning pictures from the International Wedding Photographer of the Year award
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Phillip Schofield insists Holly Willoughby 'like a sister' as he hits back at rumours of a rift
Philip Schofield has hit back at rumours of a rift with This Morning co-star Holly Willoughby, insisting she is "like a sister" to him.
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Boris Johnson set to make £34bn NHS promise law in Queen's Speech
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Suspected burglar runs off and leaves mate trapped in car by concrete stump following police chase
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Arsenal interim boss Freddie Ljungberg not making plans for January transfer window
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'I own this disaster': John McDonnell tries to shield Corbyn
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BBC licence fee: Boris Johnson ready to de-criminalise non-payment in radical reform
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Anna Karina death: French New Wave actor dies aged 79
Actor died of cancer, her agent said
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Firefighters tackle 'mega-blaze' in Australia as wall of flames 70 metres high threatens homes amid bushfires
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Lisa Nandy declares ambition to run for Labour leader as party battle heats up
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Rod Stewart, 74, sets record as oldest male to top UK album charts
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American Gods star Orlando Jones claims he was fired from show over race: 'This white man sits in that decision-making chair'
Producer denies actor's accusations, saying his character was removed for storyline reasons
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Kate reveals Prince Louis’ first words were ‘Mary Berry’
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BBC’s take on A Christmas Carol makes major character change in modern retelling
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Supermarkets are 'conning shoppers into paying more for fresh turkeys slaughtered in November'
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Man fighting for life after being shot by police
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Mother, 33, is facing her last Christmas after doctors told her she has lung and bone cancer
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Harry Dunn: Grieving family left 'distraught' after hit-and-run suspect Anne Sacoolas filmed back behind wheel
'Her life looks so normal and she's completely wrecked ours,' says Charlotte Charles after being shown footage of Anne Sacoolas driving off on school run
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Michael Gove GUARANTEES the Brexit transition period will NOT be extended
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The houses and streets brightening up Tameside this Christmas - and the touching stories behind some of them
Some of the best Christmas lights in the borough - and there are some touching stories behind them
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Anna Karina, French new wave icon – a life in pictures
The Danish born actor, who was to become one of the icons of French new wave cinema in the 1960s, has died at the age of 79. Here we look back at her career. Continue reading...
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Man City midfielder Rodri names his football idols
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BBC in fresh row over political bias as viewers slam Andrew Marr clash with Boris Johnson
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Hull on lockdown: Humberside Police shoot man 'carrying gun' in street
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The week in theatre: Cyrano de Bergerac; The Duchess of Malfi; Three Sisters – review
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West Ham players have 'loads of respect' for Manuel Pellegrini, says Michail Antonio
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Kate ‘taking Prince George and Princess Charlotte to meet Santa' at exclusive London club
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John McDonnell massively shows up Corbyn's lack of leadership as he makes apology on Marr
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Boris Johnson set to wield his new power with sweeping changes to government
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Man shot in Hull street by armed police
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Let there be dark: the battle to save our sky from light pollution
The spread of electrical lighting is blocking out the stars and threatens the health of many species … including humans. Now our national parks plan to take back the nightNOAA-20 probably has the best view of the North York Moors, even though it’s 512 miles away. In one sweep – on a clear night – the weather satellite can see the whole national park, from the forests in the south near Scarborough to the heather-covered moorland just south-east of Middlesbrough.When Richard Darn walks these hills – on a clear night – he can’t quite make out NOAA-20 as it scurries from pole to pole because the skyglow from Middlesbrough pollutes the darkness. Yet down in the southern forests, the night sky is pristine and ideal for satellite spotting. Places with truly dark skies like this are shrinking. In the areas where you can see why the ancients decided that a group of stars looked like a great bear, or scorpion, or Orion the hunter, the faintest dots of the constellations are being drowned in skyglow, or winked out by a brash neon sign or stray security light. Continue reading...
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French new wave star Anna Karina dies aged 79
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