Benjamin Netanyahu denies SPYING on Donald Trump's calls after devices discovered near White House 

The devices, known as Stingrays, capture locations, call data and identities, and are understood to have been planted close to the White House and other sensitive locations in Washington.
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Ant McPartlin celebrates with girlfriend Anne-Marie after I’m A Celebrity comeback success
He did it!
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge: I was not hired for Bond because of my gender
Fleabag creator says she was never told 007 script role was to help with female charactersPhoebe Waller-Bridge will be only the second woman ever credited on a Bond movie script but she has insisted gender was not the reason she was hired.The Fleabag creator said it was “mad” and “exciting” to work on No Time to Die, in which Daniel Craig will play 007 for the final time. But there was never a conversation about her being there to help with the film’s female characters. Continue reading...
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This Morning’s Gino D’Acampo drops X-rated expletive several times in pronunciation struggle live on air
Oops.
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Grandma who loved using Tinder for casual sex has now quit the app and wants to find the one
'If you have one man, you always have a dick in bed with you.'
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This election is a popularity contest of meaningless mantras
Like 'Take Back Control' or 'Make America Great Again', the slogan 'Get Brexit Done' is almost entirely content-free
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Mohammed Alshamrani: Saudi pilot who killed three sailors was 'left infuriated after being called 'pornstache''
Report says gunman made official complaint over derogatory nickname in class
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Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson told to 'wear lower cut tops' and speak differently to appeal to voters
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has revealed she was told to "wear lower cut tops" and to "speak differently" to attract voters.
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Art Basel buyers spend $390,000 on banana duct taped to wall - banana is then eaten
The controversial artwork has split opinion...
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Pep Guardiola includes Manchester United on his list of five teams Man City can’t compete with
Surely an exaggeration from Pep.
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The most exciting new hotels for 2020
Hotel expert Ianthe Butt picks out 10 of the most exciting new hotel openings for 2019
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Critics' Choice Awards 2020 nominees: The Irishman leads with 14 nods including Best Picture
Martin Scorsese's mob epic The Irishman has been revealed as the leading film at the 2020 Critics' Choice Awards.
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White Island survivors describe carnage after New Zealand volcano erupts
'It didn’t dawn on us right away what had just happened or that there were still people were still on the island.'
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Student discovers trapped rodent's head poking out of the toilet wall when he goes to the loo 
The viral clip was captured by Mr Chen, who studies in Luzhou City in south-western China's Sichuan Province, after he spotted the rodent staring back at him while in his university bathroom.
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Ruth Langsford throws pen in fury on Loose Women after being cut off by Phillip Schofield
The unearthed clip sees the star far from impressed with Phillip cutting her off.
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Chloe Madeley steals Jacqueline Jossa's crown at I'm A Celeb wrap party
The festivities were underway at this year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! as the cast popped bottles of champagne and partied as their time in the jungle came to an end.
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Shocking moment man in reindeer slippers throws woman out of wheelchair as he tries to steal it
This is the shocking moment a man threw a woman from her wheelchair in a brutal attempt to steal it.
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Carriages at midnight — getting home from Christmas parties feels increasingly dicey this year
It's the shortest day of the year next week — cause for celebration in my family. One of my cousins used to send his mum flowers every winter solstice as a reminder that light was on its way. I hate darker evenings for several reasons, but particularly because it makes getting home more fraught.
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Talking Horses: Sandown seven either failed to see the flag, or ignored it
Jockeys’ appeals against bans for racing despite a yellow flag has brought under scrutiny the approach to stopping a raceThere is every chance that a new government will be in place before racing finally draws a line under the chaotic scenes at the end of the Sandown card on Saturday, when seven jockeys were banned for 10 days each for continuing to the finish despite a yellow “stop racing” flag being waved on the approach to the third last. Their route took them past the screens erected around the stricken Houblon Des Obeaux, who had collapsed after suffering a heart attack on the first circuit, prompting the decision to abandon the race.The Professional Jockeys’ Association said on Sunday that all seven jockeys will lodge appeals against their bans, which would rule them out of the busy Christmas season when demand for riders is at its peak. Two – Harry Skelton and Adam Wedge - are in the top 10 in the title race, while Daryl Jacob and Jamie Moore would also expect to take high-profile rides on the festive programme. With so many cases to organise, though, it seems unlikely that the appeals will be heard this week, which will leave trainers and owners in limbo too as they plan for Boxing day and beyond. Continue reading...
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More than 2,000 koalas dead after Australian bush fires
Experts said the blaze has ravaged koala habitat so rapidly that 'we will probably never find the bodies'.
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Why Tottenham fans will see a lot more of Troy Parrott under Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho is set to give Spurs teenager Troy Parrott more first-team opportunities in a bid to convince the striker his long-term future is at the club.
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Heartbreaking video shows 'suicidal' deaf pensioner, 77, who cannot make himself understood
John Skinner, 77, wants to be sent to a specialist homes for deaf OAPs in the UK but his local council have refused the request to move him from Oak Court Residential Care Home, Wolverhampton.
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Boris Johnson says 'get Brexit done' will be Christmas present for girlfriend Carrie Symonds
Boris Johnson stuck to his core Brexit message as he was quizzed on his festive plans during an interview on BBC Radio West Midlands.
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Phillip Schofield ignores ‘complaint allegations’ and continues presenting This Morning with Holly Willoughby as normal
It was Phil's first time on television since allegations arose.
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Julia Roberts joins Michelle Obama on Vietnam trip to encourage girls to stay in school
'Even if your families don't understand that today, trust me they will, when you go off to college or start your businesses.'
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American Airlines passenger forced to remove 'Hail Satan' T-shirt before flight
'We initially just thought it was a joke,' says woman
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A floating vegetarian and vegan cafe has opened on a canal boat in Lymm
EverGreen Cafe serves plant-based versions of comfort food classics
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I’m A Celebrity 2019 winner: Jacqueline Jossa victory is one of the biggest upsets in betting history as she beats Andy Whyment in shock result
‘We never really thought she had a chance.'
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Woman, 23, 'set on fire by neighbour after she fought off his rape attempt'
The victim is fighting for her life after she suffered 50 per cent burns when she was doused with kerosene and set alight at her home in Bihar in east India
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Superdrug launch huge sale on Christmas beauty gifts and advent calendars
Just in time for the holidays, Superdrug is running a huge sale on selected Christmas gifts and advent calendars - and prices start from £2.50
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WWE star Sami Zayn stands up to 'homophobic moron' in heated altercation
The SmackDown star was performing at a WWE house show in Daytona Beach, Florida when a row broke out on Sunday night
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Schoolgirl 'knocked unconscious by fellow pupils who rubbed spiders in her face'
Police interviewed two girls aged 12 and one aged 14 - two of them face no further action due to insufficient evidence while the third was referred to the local Youth Offending team
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Chelsea flop Tiemoue Bakayoko forgets his own shirt number during Monaco match
The midfielder is currently back on loan with the Ligue 1 side and had a comical moment during their 3-0 win over Amiens on Sunday
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Natalie Nunn posts desperate plea for her husband back after Jacquelina Jossa's win
Natalie Nunn has posted a declaration of love addressed to her husband, who reportedly dumped her after claims she had a threesome with Dan Osborne
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Biological sensor can trap chemical pollutants in water like a Venus flytrap 
The pollutant-catching senors are based on porphyrins, pigments whose natural roles include making red blood cells red and light-harvesting chlorophyll green.
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Can you take dogs into polling stations?
Get ready for #dogsatpollingstations.
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How to make Meghan Markle's favourite festive cocktail
Duchess revealed the recipe for her favourite Christmas drink in an interview
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High court battle of houseboats in Chelsea over £75,000 fees
Sixty-one houseboat owners were braced today for a High Court showdown after claiming they are being driven out to make way for "super boats" for multi-millionaires.
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Two killers beat man and dumped him outside hospital when he stopped breathing
Krystof Solosciuk and Tomasz Urbaniak carried out a horrific punishment after he stole around £300,000 of illegal cigarettes from gangsters
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Kate Middleton has a 'very easy relationship' with the Queen, a royal commentator claims
Kate Middleton, 37, has a 'very easy relationship' with the Queen, which has continued to grow since the birth of her three children, royal commentator Katie Nicholl has claimed.
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One of the last surviving pilots of 'The Few' who fought during Battle of Britain dies aged 101
Flight Lieutenant Maurice Mounsdon was one of 3,000 airmen who fought off the Luftwaffe in the skies over southern England in 1940
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Raheem Sterling's fiancée Paige Milian shoves woman out the way as she twerks against Man City star
The England footballer was seen enjoying a 'twerk' with a mystery woman wearing a black dress until his fiancee Paige Milian barged the woman out of the way and danced with him herself.
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World's first human composting site to open
Process saves metric tonne of CO2 while using up an eighth of energy devoted to cremation, firm behind funeral home says
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EastEnders spoilers: Louise Mitchell panics as her baby stops breathing
Is there tragedy afoot?
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Chelsea risk Champions League elimination if we don't toughen up, warns Cesar Azpilicueta
Cesar Azpilicueta has warned his Chelsea team-mates they risk being knocked out of the Champions League on Tuesday night after admitting they were not mentally strong enough against Everton on Saturday.
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Dad's Christmas lights display attracted so many people a road had to be closed
Jamie Bagge, who lives in Grays, Essex, spent around 20 hours preparing his Christmas lights projection display which uses Christmas videos, festive film montages and a variety of colourful lights and effects
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Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo on why she's happy to hand her Jungle Queen crown to Jacqueline Jossa
EXCLUSIVE: The Made In Chelsea star won I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! in 2017 - but now there's a new Queen of the Jungle
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Tottenham launch investigation after 14-year-old allegedly racially abuses Son Heung-min
The incident occurred during Spurs' 5-0 win over Burnley and both clubs are now taking steps to investigate the details further
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