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Multiple This Morning presenters ‘complain about Phillip Schofield’s attitude’
The This Morning presenter has come under fire from co-stars.
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Brian Hughes not focusing on jockey title race ahead of Tingle Creek ride on Waiting Patiently
Brian Hughes is refusing to get carried away by talk of a first Champion Jockey title, as he prepares for his most high-profile ride of the season so far in Saturday's Tingle Creek Chase.
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Man City star Raheem Sterling determined to finally end Man Utd goalscoring drought in derby
Raheem Sterling is determined to end his goal drought against Manchester United in Saturday evening's derby, admitting: 'I take scoring seriously now!'
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The cheapest houses sold in Greater Manchester in one month
Properties were selling for as little as £30k in October 2019
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Kerry Katona bares all on weight loss jabs, knocking 40 and being a normal mum
'I am no different to any other parent. I fart, sh*t and burp just like everyone else'
Manchester Evening News: Number one for news, opinion, sport & celebrity gossip
Elon Musk cleared of defamation after calling British rescue diver 'pedo guy'
Elon Musk declared "my faith in humanity is restored" after a jury that he had not defamed a British diver who helped rescue Thai schoolboys from a flooded cave.
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Liam Payne: new song 'Both Ways' condemned for 'fetishising bisexuality'
'She like the way it all taste,' Payne sings on new track
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Where Manchester's restaurant and bar staff go to eat and drink
Where do the city's hospitality insiders spend their nights off? We asked some of them
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General election news LIVE: Party leaders rally after Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn's head-to-head clash
Party leaders are rallying for support on the last weekend before the December 12 general election.
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Friends and Norma Rae actor Ron Leibman dies at age 82
He died of pneumonia.
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Dan Biggar better for joining Northampton - and out to show it against Leinster
"I didn’t think I’d come here and learn and improve so much. This place has been a real breath of fresh air to me. I am a better player for it. Every day in this environment I feel I get better"
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Young Londoner launches cannabis-infused gin on shoestring budget of £1,000
The drink uses natural ingredients and is 52 calories a shot
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Melania Trump's secret three-year friendship with leukemia patient who is now in remission
Leukemia survivor Caoilinn McLane, 18, who has had a secret, three-year friendship with Melania, introduced the first lady as she visited with patients at Children's National Hospital.
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Brendan Rodgers sends message to James Maddison over Manchester United move
He has a decision to make...
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North London's Latin Village is a little slice of South America hidden away in Tottenham
Hidden away off one of London's busiest roads lies a microcosm of South America.
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Man United squad vs Manchester City revealed and includes Anthony Martial
Manchester United have arrived at The Lowry Hotel in preparation for the Manchester derby vs Man City and early team news includes the confirmed squad.
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7 Casualty spoilers: Charlie breaks down over Duffy worries
Can they cope?
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Daisy Ridley: ‘JJ Abrams warned me that Star Wars is a religion’
She was working in a pub when she was cast in the franchise. Six years and three movies later, is the force still strong?Daisy Ridley’s earliest childhood memory is of a party hosted by her parents at their family home in west London, when she was three, maybe four. She was surrounded by grownups, towering above her, when she abruptly and dramatically declared: “I’m shy!” before running out of the room. “My mum told me I did that, so maybe I’m remembering half an imprint of someone else’s memory,” she says, laughing at the irony of both commanding attention from her audience and then immediately rejecting it. It’s a trait that has somehow stuck.At 27, Ridley finds herself at the centre of the universe. With three Star Wars films under her belt, the actor is adjusting to multiple layers of fame: there’s the gilded A-list Hollywood kind that comes with red carpets, stylists and outfits gifted by the most sought-after designers; then the sort of fame that has tabloids tracking her most mundane moves, breathlessly documenting Ridley’s “brave” trip to the dry cleaner’s (with no makeup!) or strolling through London wearing – gasp – a daisy print skirt. And then, of course, there’s the fierce, cult-like superfan fame, where the force of millions of Star Wars obsessives will always be with her, the legacy of being plucked, as a fresh-faced 21-year-old unknown, by director JJ Abrams to play Rey, the scrappy scavenger mentored by Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill). Continue reading...
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Frankie Boyle’s election countdown: 'You’ll be praying they prorogue the next parliament'
From a Dickensian Tory cabinet to the ghosts of Brexit promises past, the comedian brings you his take on the electionAs the body politic convulses, as the abyss avoids our gaze, we near the end of another election at the behest of a political class that has paid as much attention to David Cameron’s fixed terms as he did to people with emphysema slowly dying over a wood lathe. Christmas seems a strange time for a Tory government to call an election; possibly they guessed that it would be hard for Labour to sell hope in winter; possibly they judged that goodwill to all men would be at its lowest after people had endured a December of accidentally answering the door to a canvasser because they thought it was an Amazon package. Then again, Conservatives would say that the story of Christmas chimes with their values, as it involves a pregnant refugee being treated quite badly.Brexit supporters are surely among the most likely to get out and vote, especially now Jeremy Kyle isn’t on in the daytime any more. It was impossible to predict that the whole country would be thrown into crisis by middle-aged men outraged about Europe making decisions for them (these are people whose wives buy their socks), but I can understand their subsequent disillusionment. If 434 MPs vote for a general election, we instantly get one; if 0.14% of the populace vote for Boris Johnson, we instantly get him; but if 52% of the electorate vote for Brexit, they get three years of what feels like trying to shit out a pool table. Essentially, Brexit has proved impossible to deliver: turns out it’s tricky for English voters to take back control of their borders when one of them is in someone else’s country. Many people wish David Cameron had never called the referendum in the first place. It says a lot about how badly the last couple of years have gone, that there’s a guy who destroyed Libya, presided over needless austerity and fucked a pig, and we wish that he’d just used his own judgment. Continue reading...
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England's last roar: Pankaj Mishra on nationalism and the election
Ideas of Englishness have long failed to adapt to loss of empire and national decline. Will this crucial UK election bring about a post-imperial day of reckoning?“We have got to fight against privilege,” George Orwell exhorted in 1941, “against the notion that a half-witted public schoolboy is better for command than an intelligent mechanic.” England, he wrote, is governed by an “unteachable” ruling class that too frequently escapes into “stupidity”, failing to see “that an economic system in which land, factories, mines and transport are owned privately and operated solely for profit ... does not work.”Only a socialist revolution, he continued, could unleash the “native genius of the English people”. Of course, “the bankers and the larger businessmen, the landowners and dividend-drawers, the officials with their prehensile bottoms, will obstruct for all they are worth”. But, never mind: “if the rich squeal audibly, so much the better”. Continue reading...
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Tory vote share stays at peak of 42% a week to go before election day
Johnson’s polling mirrors that of May’s in 2017. No wonder the Conservative message is to warn against complacencyA week to go before the election and the Conservative vote appears to have peaked. The party’s share hit 42% about a fortnight ago and has not advanced since – a level that is intriguingly similar to the 42.34% result achieved by Theresa May in the last general election.The party now dominates the leave vote – with a 69% share according to ICM’s analysis published this week – following the effective surrender of Nigel Farage in the early part of the campaign. Essentially, the Conservatives’ five-point improvement during the campaign has been almost entirely at the Brexit party’s expense. Continue reading...
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It’s not ‘free stuff’ – what Labour is really offering is universalism | Rachel Shabi
Ignore the cynics. Labour’s pledges on basic public services show the way towards a fairer, more efficient society“Do you accept that a lot of this free stuff that you’re talking about, it sort of reeks of desperation?”That question was put to Labour’s shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, on Radio 4’s World at One earlier this week. And it has become a typical response to the party’s raft of policies on issues ranging from adult social care to tuition fees, train fares to broadband. Continue reading...
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‘I lost my £193,000 inheritance – with one wrong digit on my sort code’
Peter Teich sent his cash to another Barclays customer, but offered it him just £25 as a token gestureIt is the stuff of financial nightmares. You get one digit wrong on the sort code, and send a huge amount of cash to the wrong person. They refuse to return it, and the bank washes its hands of the matter, blaming you for the mistake.That’s what happened to Peter Teich in a case that reveals shocking lapses in Britain’s banking system. Just hours after a solicitor sent the Cambridge resident his £193,000 inheritance after the death of his 100-year-old father, it became apparent that a terrible mistake had been made. Continue reading...
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'They want the money': the real reason boxing is going to Saudi Arabia
Joshua v Ruiz bout exposes argument that kingdom is ‘sportswashing’ rights abusesFor boxing fans it is one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year. But Anthony Joshua’s heavyweight fight against Andy Ruiz Jr is also rapidly becoming the most controversial.Joshua will earn a career-high fee of about £60m when he faces Ruiz in the ancient Saudi Arabian city of Diriyah, on the outskirts of Riyadh, on Saturday. He insisted this week that the country was “trying to do a good job politically”. Continue reading...
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Kesha: 'You're either hot or you're smart, you're classy or a party girl. F*** you, I'm all of it'
Having first emerged a decade ago as a hedonistic 22-year-old, the 'Tik Tok' singer saw her life and career derailed when she accused her former producer of sexual assault. She tells Alexandra Pollard how she 'scraped and climbed' her way back to happiness
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Simple trick for 'beautiful' smelling laundry - and all you need is a sponge
A cleaning fanatic has shared her top tip for ensuring your laundry always smells incredible when it comes out of the tumble dryer and it couldn't be simpler
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Shaun Goater gives Man City vs Man Utd prediction ahead of Manchester derby
EXCLUSIVE: The former Manchester City forward fancies Gabriel Jesus to make the difference as City host their local rivals at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday
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Secrets of Sam Smith's huge weight loss after childhood body trauma
The singer described body issues as the "basis of all my sadness" after undergoing liposuction at 12-years-old
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What UK time is Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr? Exact ring walk and start times
Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr have controversially taken their heavyweight rematch to the desert of Saudi Arabia
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What Marcus Rashford has to do to become a great Manchester United forward
Marcus Rashford is on a brilliant run in front of goal at the moment but he's done this before for Man Utd.
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Luciana Berger says anti-Semitism complaints that prompted her to quit Labour remain unresolved
Luciana Berger has said complaints of anti-Semitism within Labour's ranks which prompted her to quit the party remain unresolved.
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Jordyn Woods took a lie detector test about Tristan Thompson on the Red Table Talk
She wants to clear her name.
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Gang rape victim dies after being set alight on way to court hearing
Her death comes after four men were shot dead by police for another rape attack in India.
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James Milner talks up 'amazing' Leeds transfer amid Liverpool contract impasse
Liverpool midfielder James Milner begun his Premier League career at Leeds 17 years ago - and says a fairytale return to his boyhood club at Elland Road would be 'amazing'
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Friends star Ron Leibman dies at 82 after pneumonia battle
Actor Ron Leibman is best remembered for playing Rachel Green's over-bearing dad in the hit sitcom
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10 biggest fight purses as Anthony Joshua set to land £46m for Andy Ruiz rematch
Anthony Joshua takes home the biggest purse of his career as he eyes revenge against Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia this weekend
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Brainbox toddler can name every flag and is already learning Russian, aged 2
Mum Shellie said her son has 'photogenic memory' to remember the shapes on each flag and learn it by heart but she worries if it's an early sign of autism
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Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz live stream links offering free but illegal way to watch fight spread online
Piracy expert reveals over 100 apps also offer 'simple' way to view boxing match
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Man City boss Pep Guardiola gives verdict on Harry Maguire and Manchester United transfer
Harry Maguire will line up for Manchester United on Saturday against Manchester City but it could have been the other way round.
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Kevin McCloud splits from wife of 23 years as he 'walks out' of family home
Grand Designs star Kevin McCloud's partner is said to have been left devastated when she came home to find he'd 'taken his things and left'
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