Returning holidaymaker who went on a pub crawl ‘responsible for Bolton spike’
The spike has been traced back to pubs and a ‘cohort of people’ who would not follow restrictions.
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Backbench Tories plot to reign-in Government’s coronavirus powers in Commons showdown
<p>‘There is now no justification for minister ruling by emergency powers’, prominent backbench Tory says</p>
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Former Canadian Prime Minister John Turner has died at 91
John Turner, a Liberal party politician who served stints as Canada’s justice and finance ministers before a very brief turn as the country’s 17th prime minister, has died at age 91
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Prince Harry 'joins helicopter club to take Meghan Markle and Archie on trips'
The Duke of Sussex, 36, obtained a helicopter licence in 2013 while serving in the 3 Regiment Army Air Corps. A source said he needs to continue practising to keep his licence current
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Boris ‘worried about money and affording a nanny’ on £150,000 PM salary
Sources said the Prime Minister has ‘misery etched on his face’ and is no longer his usual upbeat self as he works through Brexit negotiations and the pandemic.
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Susanna Reid admits she 'wakes up screaming with nightmares about coronavirus'
The mum-of-three and Good Morning Britain host says she would be so worried about the virus while reporting on it in the early weeks of the pandemic that she would wake herself up with nightmares about it
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Brexit war erupts as Frost tells Barnier HANDS OFF Channel Tunnel - 'Blatant power grab'
THE EUROPEAN Union has been told to keep its hands off the Channel Tunnel after Brussels attempted a power grab over the link between England and France.
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Prince Harry joins helicopter club in US with hopes to JET OFF with Meghan and Archie
PRINCE HARRY has joined a helicopter club near his home in the US to take Meghan Markle and their baby son Archie on family vacations, a source has revealed.
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It has been a busy week in the coronavirus blame game
<p>Dido Harding and Sir Patrick Vallance both tried to pass the buck last week, defending their records on the UK’s Covid-19 response, writes John Rentoul</p>
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Archaeology breakthrough: Christopher Columbus find could rewrite European history  
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have made a bombshell discovery, which could change the perception of famed explorer Christopher Columbus and his exploits in Europe.
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Coronavirus live news: France sees another record daily rise as Victoria records 14 new cases
England is facing ‘perfect storm’ and rule-breakers face heavy fines; Poland and Indonesia also see record daily rise. Follow developments hereCall for stronger measures as UK daily cases hit four-month highBleach touted as ‘miracle cure’ for Covid being sold on AmazonMutant virus: should we be worried that Sars-CoV-2 is changing 12.08am BST There were 14 new cases and the loss of 5 lives reported in Victoria in the past 24 hours.#COVID19VicData: Yesterday there were 14 new cases and the loss of 5 lives reported. The 14 day rolling average & number of cases with unknown source are down from yesterday as we move toward COVID Normal. Info: https://t.co/eTputEZdhs #COVID19Vic pic.twitter.com/AVvaMLwUpQ 12.08am BST Welcome to our new live blog. Helen Davidson here to take you through the next few hoursHere the latest key developments at a glance: Continue reading...
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Brexit: Westminster spending in Wales claims 'delusional'
Labour MPs dismiss UK government claims new powers it is seeking mean more cash will come to Wales.
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The film within a film that tries to save lives
I Made This For You is a film about a group of friends trying to stop someone from taking their own life.
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Susannah Taylor: Why I'm sacking snacks 
During lockdown I lived in leggings hoping that I might leap into spontaneous exercise. So with the cooler weather, it's been with trepidation that I've decided to pull on (squeeze into) my Levi's
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Figgy Honey Trifle
Simple, deliciously indulgent and full of nutritious goodies. The fruit can be varied depending on what's sweet and ripe on the day
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Coronavirus warning unleashed: £10,000 FINE if you don’t isolate in Big Brother Britain
PEOPLE who ignore instructions to self isolate will face fines of up to £10,000 in a new crackdown announced by the Prime Minister.
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Table for 6?
The numbers at your dinner party may be limited but the taste won't be with Annie Bell's scrumptious (and speedy) 60-minute menu
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Sweet Potato Chunks with Cherry Tomatoes
Sweet and caramelised, the cherry tomatoes sharpen up the potatoes nicely
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HOROSCOPES: Give it your best this week, Libra
LIBRA 24 Sept-23 Oct What happens this week will set the scene for the next year, so it's essential that you give your best and only do things that will take you closer to your long-term goals.
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Shobna Gulati: Finding my mother as she lost her mind
For years Coronation Street actress Shobna Gulati had a strained relationship with her mum - but it was caring for her through dementia that brought the tender moments of closeness
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Ellie Goldstein is the model rewriting the rule book
She's a 'face' of Gucci who's dreaming big not just for herself but for all people with disabilities. Essex teenager Ellie showcases the new season's fresh and fabulous new looks
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Radishes with Chive Goat's Cheese
Radishes (especially the long French Breakfast variety) with a creamy dip alongside make classic and elegant nibbles to enjoy with a cocktail
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Hot off the beauty runway… 
 The most fashionable new-season launches  
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All-in-one Chicken and Parma Ham Roast
This thyme-and lemon-scented chicken comes replete with juices given out by the spring onions beneath
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East meets nordic
The big interiors trend for autumn is all about 'Japandi' (yes, really!) - a soothing mix of Scandi minimalism and Japanese zen. What better way to find your inner calm?
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Claudia Winkleman: 'I'm just waiting to be fired'
She's one of TV's highest earners, so why is Strictly's Claudia Winkleman still convinced she'll never make the 'big league'?
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Ratched: Smart suits, hot lips & TV's most stylish show 
It's the series that's making the beautifully tailored 1940s fashionable again. The award-winning costume designers reveal why the clothes had to be as breathtaking as the plot twists
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Elizabeth Day: To hug or not to hug? 
One of the many things Covid-19 has made us reassess is our reliance on human contact
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Liz Jones's Diary: In which I argue with the new man 
My week. Tuesday: extreme wax, hair dye, pedicure. Wednesday: lunch with the mysterious P. Thursday: dinner with the mysterious P. Friday: boyfriend-binning barney.
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Whisky and Ginger
With so many fab ginger beers on the market, what could be more welcoming on an autumn evening than to be greeted with a small blend of whisky and ginger before dinner? Just the one!
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Garlic Butter Prawn Crostini
Wickedly indulgent buttery prawns on toast, liberally spliced with garlic
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Padron Peppers
You can serve these either with a drink before supper or scatter them between the prawn toasts for the starter
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Trinny Woodall: Find your perfect outfit in ten minutes
It's all about the speedy 'scan', says YOU's contributing editor TRINNY WOODALL: the art of zeroing in on what fits and flatters - and saying a big no to everything else. Here's how she does it…  
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Fashion:  6 trends, 75 hero buys
And they're all on the high street right now - meet the autumn updates your wardrobe will love 
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Kai Havertz ‘didn’t seem to care’ on ‘strange’ Chelsea debut, reckons Paul Merson
Merson was not impressed
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Bernardine Evaristo: living as a lesbian made me stronger
Booker prize winner recalls angry decade as part of ‘counter-cultural, black womanist’ communityBernadine Evaristo, the first black woman to win the Booker prize and a co-founder of Britain’s first black theatre company, has spoken of an angry, lesbian period she went through in the 1980s and of a decade spent living in a “black womanist” community.Although she looks back on it now as “fun”, at the time she was “very angry as a woman”, she says. Continue reading...
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Will the slogan ‘A New Leadership’ really deliver for Labour?
<p>The party’s new strapline shifts the focus towards the future, rather than merely differentiating Keir Starmer from the Corbyn era, writes Kate Devlin</p>
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How freeing the slaves enabled the British to burn Washington
<p>The 1812 war between Britain and the US has been largely forgotten, replaced with a favourable idea of a ‘special relationship’, but things were very different 200 years ago, writes Patrick Cockburn</p>
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Rage: Bob Woodward’s book makes you feel like an insider in Trump’s shocking world
<p>The book was written in a hurry, and it tells, but this damning account brings the reader into a world full of stunning revelations, writes Rosa Brooks</p>
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Mea Culpa: the mysterious rules of the order of adjectives
<p>John Rentoul on questions of style and usage in last week’s Independent</p>
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy is one of hope for social justice
<p>Editorial: The death of the feminist US Supreme Court justice has triggered a political battle, but she leaves lasting achievements </p>
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The mission to save the Amazon’s animals
<p>As fires rage in the rainforest, vets offer much-needed care</p>
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Romance revisited: How to reboot your relationship post-lockdown
<p>Recapturing the spark doesn’t have to be complicated – you can start by remembering your first date, writes Alix Strauss</p>
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Green fingers: Why it’s the perfect time to be thinking about houseplants
<p>As the summer days dwindle into autumn, the season for indoor blooms has begun, writes Margaret Roach</p>
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A most unique year: Judging the Booker Prize in the middle of a pandemic
<p>Unable to read physical copies of many of the novels and faced with homeschooling and coronavirus, judging the Booker Prize this year has been wholly different to normal, writes Alex Marshall</p>
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Woman fed up of 34J boobs knocking over pints trying to raise cash for reduction
Amber Roach, 20, says her boobs have left her unable to do basic tasks such as playing sport or passing people in pubs, and is hoping to raise £5,000 to reduce them to a D cup
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NHS chief nurse sets out £180m plan to boost nursing workforce ahead of winter
<p>Thousands of international recruits are already lined up to join, Ruth May says</p>
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Debutant Matthew Wolff at head of pack going into final round of US Open
Californian, 21, hits 65 in Saturday’s third roundBryson DeChambeau two shots back in secondWhat do Matthew Wolff and Francis Ouimet have in common? Nothing yet, but that could be about to change at Winged Foot. The scale of Wolff’s potential achievement is borne out by history. Ouimet was the last player to win the US Open on his debut; 107 years ago. Freakishly, 1913 also marked the last time this major was held in September. It even concluded on the month’s 20th day.The 21-year-old Wolff, doubtless inspired by Collin Morikawa’s success at last month’s US PGA Championship, will take a two-stroke lead at five under par into day four after a third round display that completely belied his inexperience. Wolff’s grip on this major was tightened on the final green, where he converted for a birdie. The leader’s wonderful second shot, from 207 yards, had finished within 10ft of the cup. Wolff signed for a 65. Not only is this his maiden US Open appearance, it is only his second in a major. Winged Foot is renowned as one of golf’s most brutal tests; Wolff has made it appear so blissfully straightforward. So far, that is. Continue reading...
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