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Netflix testing downloads feature which will make it easier to find new content
But it could end up filling your device with even more stuff you don't want to watch.
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Moment sick Guatemalan boy died after hours of agony as border guards ‘ignored him’
Video from the cell shows Carlos writhing on a concrete bench for nearly a half hour before falling off onto the floor. He then collapsed for hours and was later found dead.
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Paisley parliamentary investigation under way, says Foster
The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards cannot say if they are investigating Ian Paisley.
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When you follow the gun trail, you sometimes end up in unexpected places
In a third exclusive clip from This Is Not A Movie, a documentary film by Yung Chang about the foreign reporting of Robert Fisk, Robert discusses how he followed the trail of weapons from the front lines of Syria to a small village in Bosnia
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Aerosmith confirm themselves for Glastonbury 2020 and announce European tour
They don't want to miss... Glasto's 50th anniversary, clearly.
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California woman punched mountain lion in attempt to save her dog
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'Another criminal off the streets': Prolific thief who hit homes in 24-hour spree jailed
Liam Rowe 'went on a burglary spree' but is now serving an 18 month sentence
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Prison guards made frightened girl, 8, strip naked for search before she could see her dad
The youngster was left badly traumatized after being ordered to strip before she could see her father
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Nurses in Northern Ireland are on strike. The DUP and Sinn Féin are to blame | Brian Coney
The Stormont deadlock has prevented health workers’ concerns being heard. They have no choice but to take actionAt one minute past midnight on Tuesday, the UK’s (and the world’s) largest nursing union, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), commenced strike action for the first time in its 103-year existence. While the rest of the UK isn’t without its own broader healthcare concerns, it’s perhaps no surprise that the historic industrial action is taking place in Northern Ireland.There’s no debate to be had here: Northern Ireland’s health professionals have been backed into a terrible corner Continue reading...
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Storm Atiyah on course to batter Britain this weekend
The UK is set to be hit by the second named storm of the season.
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Teenager admits snatching boy, six, and throwing him off Tate Modern balcony
Jonty Bravery, 18, from Ealing, west London, appeared at the Old Bailey by video link today to admit a charge of attempted murder.
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Six great places to shop, eat, drink and visit in Ashton-under-Lyne this Christmas
Make the most of free parking and support local businesses across Tameside this festive season
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Upgrade to Project Scarlett for free with new UK Xbox All Access subscription
Microsoft and retailer GAME are now offering a new Xbox console via monthly payments, with first dibs on Project Scarlett when it comes out.
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Baby P Peter Connelly's mother Tracey denied parole for third time
Tracey Connelly admitted causing or allowing the death of her one-year-old son Peter.
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Greece expels Libyan ambassador in row over maritime boundaries
Growing dispute was triggered by Turkey-Libya deal claiming an exclusive economic zoneGreece has ordered the expulsion of the Libyan ambassador in an escalation of a dispute over a controversial deal signed between Libya’s UN-supported government and Turkey on maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean.The Greek foreign minister, Nikos Dendias, said the ambassador, Mohamed Younis AB Menfi, had been summoned to the ministry in the morning to be informed of the decision, and was given 72 hours to leave the country. Turkey’s foreign minister condemned the move as outrageous. Continue reading...
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Chelsea XI vs Everton: Confirmed team news, predicted lineup and latest injuries for Premier League clash
Tammy Abraham limped out of Chelsea's 2-1 win over Aston Villa on Wednesday but he is expected to be fit to face Everton this weekend.
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Teenager who threw child from Tate Modern balcony admits attempted murder
Jonty Bravery, 18, threw six-year-old French boy from viewing platform at London gallery A teenager who threw a six-year-old boy from a viewing platform at the Tate Modern art gallery has pleaded guilty to attempted murder.Jonty Bravery, 18, entered his plea during a short hearing at the Old Bailey in London on Friday. Continue reading...
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Eddie Hearn plays down Andy Ruiz Jr’s shock weight gain for Anthony Joshua rematch
Hearn is playing it down!
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Man City vs Man Utd TV channel, live stream, kick-off time, odds and team news
The first Manchester derby of the season is a massive one
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Blockbusters Titanic, ET and Love Actually are even better with a live orchestra
If you thought these film classics could not get any better, you were wrong.
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Teenager who threw boy, 6, off Tate Modern balcony pleads guilty to attempted murder
Jonty Bravery admitted attempted murder after throwing the boy off a viewing platform
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Citymapper launches 'main road' function to help you feel safe walking home at night
The update is in response to women's requests
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Minorities unite for Labour and progress on prostate cancer
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Stacey Solomon explains why Joe Swash’s oldest son isn’t on family Christmas card: ‘It’s complicated’
'It's complicated.'
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle laugh in previously unseen pictures of visit to Grenfell kitchen
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, can be seen beaming and laughing in the previously unseen pictures of a secret visit to the Grenfell community kitchen in West London.
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Jessops jobs and stores at risk after administrators called in
Camera retailer owned by Dragons’ Den panellist Peter Jones puts property arm into administrationCamera retailer Jessops has called in administrators to its property arm, putting 500 jobs at risk.The business, which is controlled by Dragons’ Den panellist Peter Jones, has been considering a restructure for several months and first warned it may have to call in administrators in October. Continue reading...
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Police carrying out searches at a cemetery in Gibraltar discover 'bone material' 
Simon Parkes, 18, went missing in 1986 while serving on aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious. His disappearance has been linked to serial killer Allan Grimson - a former petty officer.
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Jonty Bravery: Teenager who threw boy from 10th floor of Tate Modern admits attempted murder
A teenager who threw a six-year-old boy from a 10th floor viewing platform at the Tate Modern in London has admitted his attempted murder.
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Nepal makes first 'period hut' arrest after woman dies during banned custom
Police apprehend brother-in-law of Parwati Budha Rawat after 21-year-old is found dead in windowless hut in Accham districtA 21-year-old woman has died after spending three nights in an outdoor “period hut”, prompting police in Nepal to make their first ever arrest in connection with the illegal practice.The tradition of chhaupadi, where menstruating women in Nepal are banished from their homes, is still widespread in remote and poorer parts of the country. Continue reading...
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Caroline Wozniacki will retire after bid to regain Australian Open title
• Former world No 1 plans to start family with David Lee• Player wants to raise awareness of rheumatoid arthritisFormer world number one Caroline Wozniacki will retire after the Australian Open to focus on different challenges in life, including starting a family.The Dane, who won the Australian Open in 2018, is only 29 and does not turn 30 until July next year. But she has decided Melbourne, the scene of her greatest career triumph, will also be the scene of her final act. Continue reading...
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Teenager admits throwing boy, 6, from tenth floor bridge at Tate Modern
Jonty Bravery, 18, pleaded guilty at the Old bailey this afternoon.
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A woman in Stockport is handing out sleeping bags you can wear to people sleeping rough - and needs money for more
Gail McDermott has launched an online campaign to raise funds
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From ‘heavy’ scenes to ‘realistic’ radiation burns: Chernobyl’s Emily Watson talks award-winning series
Emily opened up on some of the darker sides of the show.
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This Maryland Democrat voted for Bernie Sanders in 2016. Now, she's all in for Elizabeth Warren
'I like that she has a plan, and a focus, and a response for the issues'
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Sikh couple told they can't adopt white British children win landmark ruling
Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council had rejected their application to join a register of approved adopters because of their Indian ancestry
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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s This Morning interview with Boris Johnson sparks 150 Ofcom complaints
149 complaints in 25 hours.
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Ctrl Alt Deliver!: why Silicon Valley must go out with a bang
After six seasons, Mike Judge’s tech comedy is almost at an end – but it’s less ‘well oiled machine’, more ‘system error’. It’s time to give it the ending it deservesSilicon Valley ends this week. It ends for good. And more than any other show in recent memory, Mike Judge’s startup sitcom needs to deliver. After nearly six years on the air, this final season has been so hit and miss that it’s bound to be defined by its finale. End it well, and the show will go down as one of the smartest comedies of the decade. But one wrong move could throw its failings into sharp relief, and it will go out as a middling, quickly forgotten sitcom.I have to say, I expected a lot more from this season. The end has been coming for a while, and the creators have had plenty of time to build a muscular climax. That is what shows are supposed to do. Breaking Bad gave Walter White a machine gun and figured out what he should do with it. The first scene of the final run of Mad Men contained the “om” that would conclude the final episode. When a show has the finish line in sight, it has a chance to define what it is. It is an opportunity to say something big about itself, about us. Continue reading...
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I won't stop Gareth Bale from playing golf, says Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says he will not ask Gareth Bale to stop playing golf.
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Police dog handler - and his dog Dash - praised for detaining killer in
PC Jonathan Mann received a Chief Constable's commendation for his work, with police dog Dash
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Why is #BillieEilishIsOverParty trending on Twitter? The Bad Guy singer's beef with Lady Gaga
17-year-old musician Billie Eilish is vegan
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Fantasy football scout tips for gameweek 17: Alexandre Lacazette, Dele Alli, Danny Ings and more
How many of our picks are in your team?
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Widow with cancer lives off food banks... she was turned down for Universal Credit payment
Deborah Parsons says she's afraid of putting the heating on as she's so broke
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Lloyd's of London boss warns 45,000 staff members to be 'particularly careful'
Chief executive John Neal (pictured) told some 45,000 workers in an email to be 'particularly careful' as he called it a 'challenging time of year'.
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Hooded thug asks innocent passer-by for the time... then slashes him in brutal attack
The 43-year-old was attacked suddenly in Rochdale by a man who asked him for the time
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