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Pilot who taught Carol Vorderman to loop-the-loop is killed in a horror plane crash
Pilot Emily Collett who had taught Carol Vorderman had been practising a mid-air stunt when she crashed into a field in Oxfordshire with student film maker Tom Castle.
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Angelina Jolie keeps her kids Shiloh and Pax close after sad goodbyes leaving Maddox at university
The family said goodbye to the eldest of the tribe, Maddox, while he attends uni in South Korea.
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British man, 23, is 'beaten to death' in 'random attack' during lads' holiday in Tenerife
Michael Lewis, 23, from Rhyl, Wales, who was known as Liam Boland or Brillo, was 'randomly attacked when he went out to get food' while on holiday in Tenerife, Spain.
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Donald Trump says trade talks will restart with China after Beijing called up begging
China called up begging to make a deal, says Donald Trump, and trade talks will begin imminently.
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Almost 100 people arrested at Notting Hill Carnival 2019 some for weapons and drugs
Among the 97 people arrested there were 12 suspected of assaulting a police officer after 11 were injured on duty at Notting Hill Carnival in west London on Sunday.
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Seagulls stealing dentures and parrots chewing their way out of cages - birds can be really annoying
Amusing pictures sent in by people from across the globe show that - not content with annoying us - birds are also capable of annoying one another.
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Schoolgirl victim warns teen sex attacker will strike again after he walks free
The boy avoided a custodial sentence following a trial at Edinburgh Crown Court
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Max and Ivan: Commitment review – a doozy of a comedy show
Pleasance Dome, EdinburghThe comedy duo – who don’t do things by half – send themselves up as they attempt to reassemble their teenage band for one longed-for final gig‘I don’t do things by half,” says Max Olesker. Anyone who’s seen Max and Ivan’s legendary sports/comedy spectacular, The Wrestling, can confirm this. But the duo’s new show recounts Olesker’s biggest challenge yet in events organising: his sidekick’s stag do. Ivan Gonzalez got married this year, and best man Olesker knew exactly how to launch his friend into marital life – by reassembling the groom’s teenage band for one longed-for final gig.Did he succeed? I won’t give anything away, save that Commitment is a doozy of a comedy show, big of heart, packed with laughter and sure to send you home wreathed in smiles. It follows the template of their previous shows, in that the twosome spin the story across an hour, acting out every role. Gonzalez gets the easiest job, playing himself: a nerd who thinks he’s groovy, dreaming of rock stardom but doomed never to progress beyond grainy home video and the listings pages of the Wirral Globe. Continue reading...
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Police get extra stop and search powers after 100 Notting Hill Carnival arrests
By 10pm on Sunday the Met had arrested 97 people for crimes including possessing offensive weapons, grievous bodily harm and sexual offences.
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Does post come on Bank Holidays and is the Post Office open today?
Will you be getting any mail this bank holiday Monday?
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Man who sank 7 pints a day sheds 14st after he couldn't walk up hill in Benidorm
Paul Aitchison, who weighed 29st 13lb at his heaviest while gorging on full English breakfasts and downing 50 pints a week, made dramatic changes when he returned home from Benidorm
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Peaky Blinders’ Cillian Murphy absolutely hates the Tommy Shelby haircut
‘It’s crazy that people like it.’
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Frank Lampard calls on France to leave out N’Golo Kante after Chelsea midfielder’s injury woes
He missed the win at Norwich with an ankle injury.
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David Silva closes in on record shared by Manchester United and Arsenal FC greats
Manchester City midfielder David Silva stole the show in the Premier League win against Bournemouth over the weekend.
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Smiling Boris Johnson basks in England's Ashes glory as he meets Australian PM Scott Morrison at G7
A smiling Boris Johnson basked in England's famous Ashes test victory this morning as he met with Australian prime minister Scott Morrison at the G7 summit in Biarritz.
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Neymar's social media activity indicates which club he wants to join
Neymar has been in the middle of a tug-of-war between Barcelona and Real Madrid this summer and sat out of PSG's LIgue 1 clash this weekend
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Danny Murphy makes Premier League top four prediction and it's very good news for Man Utd
Liverpool came close to winning a first Premier League title last season, but they can put that right this campaign
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Mystery over cause of children’s coughing fits on Essex beach
A large number of people started having breathing problems and nobody is sure why.
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Saving the 'lost hope' babies... inside the Manchester neonatal unit looking after the tiniest of children, and their anxious parents
'When a baby doesn’t survive there’s almost a closeness with the family because no one else knew that baby. We did and they did, but their family and friends didn’t get the chance'
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Notting Hill Carnival: 11 officers injured and 97 arrested on the first day
The police have implemented special stop and search powers ahead of the second day of the street carnival
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Man shows off ileostomy bag at Manchester Pride because he says the day is about being who you really are
Kevin Robinson, 29, has lived with Crohn's disease since he was 14.
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UK to bask in sunshine on Bank Holiday Monday
A day after the hottest late August Bank Holiday weekend temperature, more sunshine is expected.
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Taylor Swift terrified of being stabbed and shot by stalkers so carries special wound dressing in case the worst happens
The Lover star has been put in many situations that have left her scared for her life and preparing for the worst.
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Lionel Messi beams from crowd watching Antoine Griezmann’s unusual glitter celebration
Messi was impressed!
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Brazilian war planes used in fight against raging Amazon fires
Hercules jets have begun dumping thousands of gallons of water on the burning Amazon forests as world leaders pledge to help.
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Paul Hollywood's ex Summer Monteys-Fullam sets record straight on I'm A Celebrity rumours
Summer denied that she would be taking part in the show and said bosses had never contacted her about it
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Jean Hanlon death: Family travel to Crete to launch new information appeal
The body of Jean Hanlon, from Dumfries, was found in the sea off the Mediterranean island a decade ago.
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Mother-of-one, 36, regains her sex life with 'O-shot' that can be done in your LUNCH break
Roxanne Macias, 36, from London, had an £1,200 'O-shot', also known as the orgasm shot, that promises to 'rejuvenate the G-Spot, clitoris, and labia'.
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Bank Holiday boozing proves too much for some as party-goers end the night in heaps on the ground
Boozy revellers were out in force in Broad Street in Birmingham, Headingley in Leeds and for Manchester Pride as they took advantage of the last three day weekend before Christmas.
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Cheryl drapes herself in rainbow flag as she vogues her way through Manchester Pride set
Yaaaaaas.
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G7 LIVE: Macron 'completely disrespectful' to Trump and world leaders over Iran invite
FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron's decision to invite Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, to the G7 summit in Biarritz without informing Donald Trump was "manipulative" and shows "complete disrespect" to the US President, former US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has said.
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10 soap spoiler moments this week: EastEnders double exit, Emmerdale funeral, Coronation Street danger, Hollyoaks return
The soap moments you can't afford to miss this week.
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How to prevent back pain
Forget so-called ‘good’ posture, generally keeping active is much more important, advises a chiropractorWe used to think there were two types of posture: “bad” posture was slumped, forward-facing and painful, while “good” posture, to avoid pain, was holding oneself upright with a straight back. However, research has accumulated over the past three decades and now we know that it’s not so simple. Whether you’re slumping or sitting up straight makes very little difference when it comes to back and neck pain: sitting is what is known as a low-load activity and puts little stress on your spine, no matter your posture. Related: Back pain: how to live with one of the world’s biggest health problems Continue reading...
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As a lost child in Turkey I found refuge on an imaginary mountain | Elif Shafak
When I felt misplaced in my new world, the legends of Mount Qaf gave me a place of endless possibilities and uncensored wordsI was born in France to Turkish parents. A small flat in a tower block, sunlight through the curtains pierced by swirls of cigarette smoke. The strong smell of Gauloises, Turkish and Syrian tobacco packaged with French style. Immigrants, students, workers … leftists, mostly. Reading Althusser and Fanon but not so much De Beauvoir, passionately arguing about the revolution they believed was soon to come. When I think about my first home that’s how I see it in my mind’s eye.Shortly afterwards my parents broke up. My father stayed in France and my mother brought me to Turkey. To her, this was the motherland. To me, it was a new country. Some of my earliest memories are interlaced with a sense of placelessness. Continue reading...
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UK should get four more bank holidays to take us to EU average
The UK gets eight bank holidays a year while people in Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland and Cyprus are entitled to 15.
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Girl, 4, dies after throat was slashed by kite string coated in glass
The girl was travelling with her father to a temple in the Indian capital, when nearly half her neck was cut by the string.
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Tributes paid to "hero" British dad who died 'protecting his family' in hotel
Amitpal Singh Bajaj, from west London, was killed after a man staying in the next room in Phuket, Thailand, burst in and attacked him, his wife said
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Pilot who taught Carol Vorderman to loop-the-loop killed in horror plane crash
Emily Collett, who took ex-Countdown presenter Carol Vorderman up in her plane, was killed in a crash along with student flier Tom Castle near Stonor, Oxfordshire
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Antoine Griezmann's bizarre glitter celebration against Real Betis explained
The France striker celebrated his first goals for Barcelona in an unusual way as they won 5-2 on Sunday
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Alan Shearer blasts ‘lazy’ Spurs following their shock 1-0 defeat to struggling Newcastle
A dismal day for Spurs.
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Former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants Real Madrid return
Mourinho wants to return to Spain.
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Donald Trump 'repeatedly suggests firing nuclear bombs at hurricanes to stop them hitting the US'
Donald Trump has repeatedly suggested dropping nuclear bombs into hurricanes to stop them hitting America, a new report has revealed.
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Leonardo DiCaprio pledges $5 million for Amazon rainforest fires to protect ‘the lungs of the planet’
The Once Upon A Time in Hollywood star is one of the most high-profile stars to put up significant cash.
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Carl Beech granted almost £200,000 in legal aid as he tried to dodge justice
Figures show Carl Beech was granted £178,479 to pay for the barristers during his trial at Newcastle Crown Court, where he was found guilty of perverting the course of justice.
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Boris Johnson news – live: PM accused of 'PR stunt' over £10m Amazon rainforest aid, amid growing fears over no-deal Brexit impact
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