As Anton showed with Molly-Mae, it’s perfectly fine to unfollow your friends

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Coronavirus has now killed more than 1,000,000 people worldwide
The WHO warns the global death toll could eventually rise to 2,000,000.
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Prince Charles’ nanny brutally fired after crossing Queen Elizabeth II’s ‘WRATH’
PRINCE CHARLES's nanny was fired after she defied one of Queen Elizabeth II's requests, according to a royal expert.
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Netflix movies: 25 of the best horror films streaming now
<p>Ahead of Halloween, here’s 25 of the most effective horrors available to watch on the streaming platform </p>
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Reports: Phone giant NTT plans to take over, delist Docomo
Shares in Japanese telecoms giant Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, or NTT, have fallen on news it is preparing for a takeover of its mobile phone carrier NTT DoCoMo
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Georgia voters choose short-term successor to John Lewis
Seven candidates are facing off to become the short-term successor to the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis
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Dying winds give crews hope in Northern California fires
Firefighters say they hope dying winds will allow them to bear down on a wildfire that's exploded in the Northern California wine country
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Virus, strife prompt 'resiliency' funds in Black communities
The Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce has raised $1 million for a “resiliency fund” to help Black-owned businesses stay afloat during the pandemic
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Ian Wright begs Mikel Arteta to sign Houssem Aouar after Liverpool defeat
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Like Freddie Flintoff, I am a man who has lived with bulimia. It’s time we stop gendering this life-threatening illness
<p>The only thing worse than being diagnosed with two eating disorders was the immediate gender bias that followed - that needs to change, writes Sam Hancock</p>
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Coronavirus - all you need to know as worldwide death toll hits 1million
More than 1million people have now died from coronavirus worldwide as a second wave sweeps the UK. England's 33 coronavirus hotspots have been exposed in the latest figures from Public Health England with some cities seeing cases rocket despite being in local lockdowns
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Ethics experts see national security concern in Trump's debt
Revelations that President Donald Trump is personally liable for more than $400 million in debt is casting a shadow that ethics experts say raises national security concerns that he could be manipulated to sway U.S. policy by organizations and individuals he’s indebted to
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Meghan Markle and Harry fire back at Netflix reality show rumours after national OUTRAGE
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry have denied they will start a new reality show just before reports emerged the couple have footage of their exit from the Royal Family.
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Tory rebel vote 'won't go ahead' but MPs to be given 'more say over Covid rules'
It is unclear if Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle will put Sir Graham Brady's amendment - which has enough support to overturn the Prime Minister's majority - to a vote on Wednesday
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S. Korea concludes slain man had tried to defect to N. Korea
South Korea says a government official slain by North Korean sailors wanted to defect, concluding that the man, who had gambling debts, swam against unfavorable currents with the help of a life jacket and a floatation device and conveyed his intention of resettling in North Korea
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Analysis: In debate, a last chance for Trump to define Biden
President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden face off in their first general election debate on Tuesday
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Viewers' Guide: Trump, Biden meet in Ohio for 1st debate
President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden are set to meet in their first debate in a presidential election year marked by extraordinary turmoil
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Royal revolt: Queen ‘FURIOUS’ as staff mutiny threatens Christmas tradition of 33 years
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Nissan employee testifies against American on trial in Japan
A Nissan employee has testified in a Tokyo court that he worked with another former Nissan executive, American Greg Kelly, to find ways to pay the automaker’s former Chairman Carlos Ghosn without fully disclosing his compensation
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Man United can't afford to repeat Andreas Pereira transfer mistake
Man Utd are set to bid farewell to first-team midfielder Andreas Pereira before the summer transfer deadline next week.
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Coronavirus latest news: Children under 12 should be exempt from 'rule of six', urges report 
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Your morning briefing: What you should know for Tuesday, September 29
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Transfer news LIVE! Aouar to Arsenal, Chelsea FC latest as Tottenham eye Rudiger, Sancho to Man United update
Welcome to the Evening Standard's live coverage of the latest news and rumours from the transfer window.
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Woman has meltdown on plane as she climbs seats screaming ‘we’ll f*** all night’
A fellow passenger filmed as the distressed woman had a 'meltdown', screaming and clambering onto seats during the flight to Detroit on Sunday
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Carole Baskin 'would have killed' first husband in newly unearthed letter
Carole Baskin has reportedly admitted that she 'would have killed' her first husband, Michael Murdock, but only in self-defence as she claims he was abusive towards her
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UK weather forecast: MASSIVE 900-mile wide Atlantic storm to hit Britain with severe winds
THE UK will be battered by an Atlantic storm bringing winds up to 70mph this week as September comes to a bitter end.
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Voter purge case before Wisconsin Supreme Court
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in a case that could result in the purging of about 130,000 people from voter rolls in the hotly contested battleground state
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Mahomes mastery helps Chiefs beat Ravens in clash of NFL heavyweights
Super Bowl MVP throws four TDs in Monday night winKansas City Chiefs 34-20 Baltimore RavensPatrick Mahomes put on a scintillating show while outperforming Lamar Jackson, and the Kansas City Chiefs deftly played the role of defending Super Bowl champions in a 34-20 thumping of the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night.Mahomes juked, danced, and jumped in and out of the pocket. Sometimes he just dropped back and fired pinpoint throws downfield. The common thread was that just about everything he did worked against an overmatched Baltimore defense that had allowed only two touchdowns in its first two games. Continue reading...
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Ernst says court view 'consistent' in debate with Greenfield
Iowa U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst says she has been “very consistent” in her views on Supreme Court nominees despite supporting a vote on President Donald Trump’s nominee while working with other Republicans to block a nomination by President Barack Obama
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Tampa Bay's Victor Hedman wins Conn Smythe as playoff MVP
Victor Hedman of the Tampa Bay Lightning has won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP
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Woman expected in court over driving into California rally
A lawyer says a woman who drove into a crowd at a Southern California rally against racism had been surrounded by hostile counter-demonstrators and feared for her life
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NYC elementary schools reopen in big back-to-school test
Hundreds of thousands of elementary school students are heading back to classrooms Tuesday as New York City enters a high-stakes phase of resuming in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic
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WW3: Trump to intervene in deadly Armenia Azerbaijan clashes - ‘See if we can stop it'
DONALD Trump has said the US will step in to end the deadly clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which have left dozens dead and many more wounded since the weekend.
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Covid costs could wipe out Sunak's spending plans, says IFS
Thinktank warns chancellor will have to cut budgets, increase taxes or borrow moreA prolonged battle against Covid-19 would swallow up a large chunk of the government’s planned increase in public spending and force the chancellor into an unenviable choice between fresh austerity, higher taxes or more borrowing, a leading thinktank has warned.The Institute for Fiscal Studies said that even if only a quarter of the extra £70bn allocated by Rishi Sunak to fight the pandemic had to be repeated in future years, the Treasury would either have to find more money than set aside in this year’s budget or announce cuts. Continue reading...
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Flu vaccine ‘running out across UK’ as Covid demand risks elderly missing out
High street pharmacies have suspended bookings for over-65s due to a shortage of the flu vaccine, with demand estimated at 10 times what it was last year
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Wales to ban smoking on sidelines of children's football
Welsh FA to ask junior clubs to adopt no-smoking rules for parents and other spectatorsWales is to become the first country in the UK to ban spectators from smoking on the sidelines of children’s football games.The Football Association of Wales (FAW) will ask all 522 junior clubs in the country to tell parents and other spectators not to smoke during matches and training sessions for children aged five to 13. Continue reading...
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Joggers and drinkers: what a day in the life of a Leeds park tells us about modern Britain
During lockdown, parks became more important to us than ever – as gyms, pubs and nightclubs. From dawn to dusk at Woodhouse Moor, I found out why they are so essential nowOn a crisp, clear morning just before dawn, the sky above Woodhouse Moor in Leeds is shades of ochre, mauve and pigeon-grey. The park is empty, save the joggers making solitary laps, and I circle the perimeter on foot, too, in search of the rising sun.During lockdown, we used parks as our gyms, social spaces and – as restrictions eased – our nightclubs and pubs, wringing every drop from our hour or so outside each day. To better understand how we are now using these spaces, I have come to this 26-hectare (64-acre) park, 2km from central Leeds, to spend a day from sunrise to sunset. As I stand at the less lovely end – where tarmac has been laid over wild moorland – the sun rises. Continue reading...
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Liverpool transfer news: Rhian Brewster move hits snag, Wilson and Karius latest
The latest gossip from around Anfield as Jurgen Klopp looks to streamline his Premier League-winning squad before next week's transfer deadline day
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Global coronavirus death toll passes one million
The worldwide death toll from the coronavirus has passed one million, nine months into the crisis.
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Man dives into sea to swim with harmless shark only to find it was ‘great white'
A young man panicked after diving into the Pacific Ocean in Encinitas, San Diego County, to swim with what he thought was a basking shark, only to realise it might be a great white
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Arsenal transfer news: Lacazette approach as Torreira snag holds up Arteta plans
The latest gossip from around the Emirates as the Gunners bid to raise funds for Mikel Arteta to bring Thomas Partey and Houssem Aouar to the Premier League
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Rumer Willis strips naked for racy BDSM-inspired pics as she 'reclaims her body'
Rumer Willis has called for the end of 'policing women's bodies' as she 'set herself free' with a number of photos which she entitled "bondage"
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Lawyer: Driver who hit counterprotesters sought police help
A defense lawyer for the organizer of a Southern California rally against racism who drove into a crowd of counterprotesters says police ignored her requests for help from a hostile crowd
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Students claim they are being left without food for days in university lockdowns
International student Reese Chamberlain, 18, at the University of Edinburgh, says he has lost weight after promises of three meals a day have not come to fruition
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China bloodbath: Five dead after chemical plant disaster near Wuhan
FIVE people were confirmed dead in Wuhan, China after an explosion at a chemical plant rocked
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Why has activist Nathan Law been forced to flee Hong Kong? – podcast
Nathan Law is one of Hong Kong’s most prominent democracy activists, but his years of campaigning have made him a target for the Chinese government. He discusses the toll it has taken and why he has now had to flee to London. Guardian correspondent Emma Graham-Harrison looks at what the future holds for Hong KongIn July, Nathan Law, one of Hong Kong’s most prominent young democracy activists, announced he had relocated to Britain, five days after confirming he had fled his home because of Beijing’s new security law. Law was a founding member of Demosisto, a pro-democracy party that disbanded the same day Beijing imposed its new security law on the semi-autonomous region. Law and other prominent party members such as former the student leader Joshua Wong were vilified by Beijing, often described as “black hands” and separatists who conspired with foreigners to undermine China.Nathan talks to Rachel Humphreys about why he decided to dedicate his life to activism and the impact that it has had on him and his family. He talks about his decision to come to Britain and how he will continue to campaign from the UK. Emma Graham-Harrison, senior international affairs correspondent for the Guardian and Observer, discusses how China’s introduction of the national security law effectively ends Hong Kong’s semi-autonomy. Continue reading...
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Porto set deadline for Alex Telles transfer and more Man United rumours
All the latest Manchester United transfer rumours and gossip including an update on the future of Alex Telles.
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Protests flare in Papua as students demand independence referendum
Police fire shots as crowds of demonstrators demand a vote on secession from IndonesiaUnrest has flared in the restive Indonesian region of Papua with police firing shots during a protest by hundreds of university students in the provincial capital, Jayapura.The group was demonstrating against plans to extend a special autonomy law that protestors say has not done enough to help people in one of the country’s poorest regions. Continue reading...
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Asia Today: South Korea's daily virus cases at another low
South Korea’s daily coronavirus increase was the lowest in about 50 days as new infections trend lower
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