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Liam Payne hits the club with Rita Ora and girlfriend Maya Henry after album is panned by critics
He’d just performed at Jingle Bell Ball.
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“There’s not much choice. It’s between the devil and the deep blue sea” - confusion, anxiety and anger in Bury South
“It’s just a mess, isn’t it,” sighs more than one voter
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Experimental real-time play The Vote returns for election night
Updated version of James Graham and Josie Rourke’s play to begin in last hours of pollingThe play The Vote, a 2015 theatrical experiment that also went out live on television on election night in 2015, is to be revived in updated form this week, the playwright James Graham and his co-creator and producer, Josie Rourke, have told the Observer.Stars Catherine Tate and Mark Gatiss will be back together on the evening of the general election this Thursday to perform Graham’s 2019 version, along with a full cast including Bill Paterson and Nina Sosanya, for one night only in central London. Continue reading...
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Girl sexually exploited ‘by over 40 adults’ while in care
Abuse was so severe that ‘Laura’ has been placed in a psychiatric unit on suicide watchThe children’s commissioner has been called on to intervene in the case of a vulnerable teenager alleged to have been the victim of a catalogue of failures at the hands of social workers, medical authorities and police.Laura*, 16, who nearly four years ago is thought to have been the youngest child ever to be placed in a secure hospital in England, has allegedly been sexually abused since she was 12 – always while supposedly under the protection of children’s social care in Sheffield. She is now confined to the seclusion unit of a psychiatric hospital under suicide watch. Continue reading...
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New Delhi factory fire: Horror blaze kills 43 sleeping labourers
A fire which swept through a six-storey factory while workers slept has killed 43 people in New Delhi.
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I got arrested for my climate protest at an airport – here’s why I’m doing it again
History tells us that, whilst not guaranteeing success, non-violent civil disobedience offers us the best chance of bringing about change.
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Tactical voting helped rescue Britain in 1997. We can do it again| Will Hutton
A hung parliament represents our best chance of halting Britain’s steep declineThe British electoral system is both cruel and crude. In a winner-takes-all, first-past-the-post setup, many votes are wasted, the main parties are overrepresented in the House of Commons and if people want to make a difference, they often have to ignore their first preference and vote tactically for their second. It’s a third-rate system, but it’s the one we have.Twenty two years ago, when I edited the Observer, we published polls in 20 key constituencies on the Sunday before the 1997 general election, urging voters to put aside their first preference and vote tactically for the most likely challenger to the incumbent Conservative party. Our work did make a difference, triggering the Michael Portillo moment, for example, when one of the leading Eurosceptics lost his ultra-safe seat as Lib Dem voters set aside their first preference because of the evidence that Labour was the challenger. Continue reading...
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Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein 'attended Princess Beatrice's 18th birthday'
Paedophile Jeffrey Epstein attended the party at Windsor Castle in 2006 months before he was issued a warrant for sexual assault of a minor, according to reports
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Nutritionist reveals the five ways to manage menopause symptoms with your diet
EXCLUSIVE: Kate Llewellyn-Waters, from London, said she often has menopausal women contacting her who are only told by GPs just 'take hormones' without looking at lifestyle factors.
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Strictly star Chris Ramsey's dramatic weight loss leaves wife Rosie furious
Chris Ramsey fits into his 'posh jacket' again after shedding pounds in dance training - but the Geordie comedian's wife isn't happy
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North Korea carries out 'very important' test at rocket site it had vowed to close
Nuclear affairs experts say the test has only chilled hopes that Kim Jong-un's stalled denuclearisation talks with the US can be revived amid missile fears
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Tories privatising more probation services 'putting profits over people's safety'
EXCLUSIVE: Boris Johnson's plan to partly privatise the sector has faced a backlash by critics who claim companies were failing to monitor freed criminals
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Gene editing will let us control our very evolution. Will we use it wisely? | Dan Rather
I’ve covered some of the biggest stories of our age, but this is the biggest and could change what it means to be humanWe live in a time when science and technology are having an impact on our society in more and more ways. And the decisions that shape how these new fields of knowledge develop ultimately affect all of us. Related: Human Nature review – quiet revolution that began in a yoghurt pot Continue reading...
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Katie Price and Kris Boyson reunite for romantic New York break hours after she claims to be single
They’re back on… again.
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General election build up LIVE: Boris Johnson blasts opponents as party leaders make final pitches for votes
Party leaders are making their final bids for votes with the general election just days away.
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A father wrote a feminist retelling of Snow White for his daughter
Author Stephan Kalinski, 38, of Berlin, took it upon himself to rework the classic tale after revisiting them at bedtime with his daughter Lena, now five.
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NSW motorist caught driving with a trampoline on their roof
New South Wales Police shared the photo of the car onto their Facebook page with many saying they were impressed the driver was able to balance the trampoline.
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Jewish Labour Movement no longer backs own party
Members ‘down tools’ in election campaign over party’s failure to quell antisemitismThe Jewish Labour Movement has “downed tools” in the election campaign and declined to back the party it has supported for almost a century, because of Jeremy Corbyn’s refusal to stamp out antisemitism, the organisation’s chairman says.With days to go before Thursday’s general election, Mike Katz, JLM’s chairman, says its members concluded “a while ago that Jeremy Corbyn is not fit to be prime minister” because his party was “failing its Jewish members and tolerating antisemitism”. Writing for the Observer, Katz adds: “The Jewish Labour Movement – a founding affiliate of the party, nearly a century ago – has for the first time effectively downed tools for the election, campaigning only for exceptional candidates who have been the best of allies to us in our fight against the party’s anti- Jewish racism.” Continue reading...
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Video Game Christmas Gift Guide 2019 – what to buy the gamer in your life
Buying gifts for a gamer isn’t easy, but this handy guide should help you find the perfect video game-related present this Christmas.
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Towie’s Lydia Bright on keeping fit while pregnant as she prepares to welcome baby girl
'It will be worth it.'
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Who invented Christmas, how long has the festival been celebrated and how was Charles Dickens involved?
It goes back a lot further than you might think.
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The 20 best gadgets of 2019
From a brilliant e-bike to a robot unicorn and a table lamp that doubles as a wireless speaker… the year’s top devicesThere’s more than meets the eye to these generic-seeming glasses. The Bose Frames contain a small pair of hidden speakers and sensors on their arms. In addition to music listening, you can use them to receive calls and interact with Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant. Continue reading...
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Back to the border of misery: Amexica revisited 10 years on
A decade after publishing his vivid account of the places and people most affected by the US-Mexican ‘war on drugs’, Ed Vulliamy returns to the frontline to see how life has changedIf you drink the water in Ciudad Juárez, there you’ll stay, goes the saying – Se toma agua de Juárez, allí se queda. It’s not a reference to the quality of drinking water (about which polemic abounds because it is so dirty) but to the beguiling lure of this dusty and dangerous yet strong and charismatic city. It’s a dictum that might be applied to the whole 2,000-mile Mexico-US borderland of which Juárez and its sister city on the US side, El Paso, form the fulcrum.Ten years ago, I returned from several months’ immersion along that frontier, reporting on a narco-cartel war for this newspaper and eventually writing a book, Amexica, about the terrain astride the border, land that has a single identity – that belongs to both countries and yet to neither. A frontier at once porous and harsh: across which communities live and a million people traverse every day, legally, as do hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of goods annually. Continue reading...
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Older voters are richer than ever, yet still their needs rule
A majority of pensioner households will be open to Tory tax-break promises. Why did Labour not counter this with a reliable social care plan?Patterns make for ugly pictures in modern British elections. Chief among them is the dominance of older voters. Ever since the loud and justified yell of anguish over Gordon Brown’s infamous 75p rise in the state pension, older voters have harried successive governments to improve their incomes and protect their wealth.Brown’s mistake was made in his budget of April 2000 and from that date onwards, prime ministers have tampered with pensioners’ livings standards at their peril. Continue reading...
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Ordinary Love review – Manville and Neeson excel in joyous heartbreaker
Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson are note-perfect as an everyday couple coping with cancer in this singular drama with universal appealThere’s nothing ordinary about this deeply moving, frequently funny and piercingly insightful drama from Belfast playwright Owen McCafferty, making his screenwriting feature debut. On the surface it’s a tale of a middle-aged couple facing up to a diagnosis of breast cancer, and a year of medical intervention. Yet beyond this immediate diagnosis is something far more rich and compelling – a story of everyday love between two people living in the shadow of grief, facing an uncertain future, both together and apart.Directed with wit, subtlety and great emotional honesty by Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn (the co-directors of 2012’s brilliantly life-affirming Good Vibrations), it’s a singular story with universal appeal – striking a very personal chord with some viewers while finding common ground with the widest possible audience. I’ve seen it three times so far, and found it more joyous, heart-breaking and ultimately uplifting with each subsequent viewing. Continue reading...
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Call for tougher controls as ‘buy now, pay later’ deals spiral
Campaigner Ros Altmann claims recent boom in style of financing threatens another credit crisisCampaigners have called for new controls on “buy now, pay later” finance deals, which have spread online and in high-street stores and are being blamed for growing UK household debt.Such deals have been in existence for years but have ballooned in number recently, with consumers being offered initial interest-free periods before typically being charged high interest rates. Continue reading...
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We young voters grew up with austerity. Now we want change | Tobi Thomas
Where else is there to go if you, like me, want a tolerant and inclusive society?My generation’s coming of age has coincided with coalition and Conservative governments. Austerity, which has shaped our formative years (I’m now 22), was framed as a fiscal necessity. But the severe cuts to government spending made an impact on healthcare, youth services, education and many other public services. These aren’t just abstract spending cuts – they are viscerally felt on the ground. In Camden, the London borough where I attended school, the council’s budget has been reduced by £169m since 2010. It was highly noticeable while growing up.The sense of dissonance between the priorities of the Conservative leadership and younger generations is glaring Continue reading...
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David Bowie's secret 'tragic' relationship with Perry Farrell
Jane's Addiction star Perry Farrell confessed he 'kept screwing up' his friendship with the superstar but hopes to make amends in the afterlife
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Manchester United have a new challenge after Man City Manchester derby win
Man Utd produced one of their best performances of the season to beat Manchester City 2-1 at the Etihad and claim a second big win in the space of four days.
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Sadio Mane backed to become new Cristiano Ronaldo and rival Lionel Messi for Ballon d'Or
EXCLUSIVE: The Liverpool forward was named fourth in the voting for the 2019 award and former Holland and Ajax defender Danny Blind expects him to be one of Messi's main challengers next year
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Tactical voting guide 2019: the 50 seats where it is vital to keep the Tories out
One of Britain’s leading pollsters identifies the best choices for Remain voters at key general election battlegroundsOn current trends, voters will deliver a contradictory verdict on Thursday night. The Conservatives are on course for an overall majority in parliament – but most voters will back parties that want to block an early Brexit. If turnout is similar to last time, the 14 to 15 million who will support the Conservatives or Brexit party will be outnumbered by the 16 to 17 million who will vote Labour, Liberal Democrat, Green, SNP or Plaid Cymru.Tactical voting is not new, but it has a special significance this week. If it happens in enough constituencies, it can ensure that the two-million majority opposed to Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan is reflected in the new House of Commons. Continue reading...
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Katie Price revives romance with ex Kris Boyson as they spend night at Kent hotel
Former glamour girl Katie Price was spotted at a hotel in Kent with her ex-lover as they reportedly prepare to fly to New York for a romantic getaway
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The weird and wonderful story of the doctor and police officer who quit their jobs to form magic double act
The two friends ditched conventional careers for a new night of entertainment in the city
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Owen Wilson ‘pays $25k in monthly child support’ for one-year-old daughter he’s ‘never met’
He was determined to be the father last year.
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General election latest: Boris Johnson bemoans chance of Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon 'nightmare' as leaders make final push before vote
Boris Johnson has bemoaned the idea of a Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon led coalition Government as he rallies for support ahead of the general election.
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Family of little boy with cancer preparing for second Christmas in hospital
Six-year-old Gareth Crabb from Townhill, Swansea, has not seen his three siblings since the summer as he fights anaplastic large cell lymphoma in hospital in Leeds
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Photographer Jason Hawkes hangs out the side of helicopters capturing how the seasons change London
Aerial photographer Jason Hawkes has spent more time in the skies above London than wandering the capital's streets.
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Group of pensioners knit Christmas hats for postboxes in bid to 'cheer people up'
A group of pensioners have knitted Christmas hats for postboxes in a bid to put a smile on people's faces at a "stressful time of year".
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Another week of violence that brings shame on all India | Kenan Malik
Justice isn’t served by allowing the police to kill suspected rapistsA 23-year-old rape victim, on the way to a court hearing, is doused in kerosene and set alight. She dies in hospital with 95% burns. Four men accused of the brutal gang rape of a young vet in Hyderabad are shot dead by police, supposedly after they tried to escape.The two incidents sum up the horrors of rape and of police extrajudicial killings in India. Violence against women has become a volatile issue in the country. Government figures show that 33,658 cases of rape were reported to the police in 2017, an average of 92 rapes every day. Continue reading...
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The yellow card that summed up Man City's most miserable derby in years
Manchester City were beaten by Manchester United in the derby and the visitors did not even have to be that good to do it.
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Three moped muggers are flung off stolen bike in crash with police car seconds after street robbery 
GRAPHIC CONTENT: The three muggers are violently flung off their stolen motorbike in Villa Ballester on the outskirts of the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires minutes after they robbed a man.
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Katy Perry gets Christmassy with festive-themed bauble and tinsel hairdo
The singer, 35, put up an exclusive photo of her wearing the fancy decorations in her hair, which was seen in "Cosy Little Christmas"
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