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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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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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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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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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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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Christmas TV guide: What to watch, from Gavin & Stacey to Dracula
All the best dramas, comedies and reunion specials you should tune into over the festive break
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Merry manicures: take inspiration for your festive mani from your favoured tipple
'Tis the season to nail it
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Cruel treatment of dogs bound for slaughter in Indonesia is exposed
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Ganjar Pranowo, governor of Central Java province in Indonesia, has vowed to end the dog meat trade after cruel practices were uncovered by activists.
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One of last Battle of Britain pilots who shot down enemies dies aged 101
Maurice Mounsdon famously managed to parachute to safety despite being shot down with severe burns
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The Reader: Tory Remainers face a tough choice in London seats
In this general election, people are rethinking party loyalty. Tory Remainers have become hesitant to vote Conservative. They are democrats who respect the referendum result, and there are lots of them in marginal seats in London: in Richmond, Putney and Kensington.
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Jet2holidays to launch Lisbon city breaks in 2020 and you can already book
Jet2holidays is launching glamorous new city breaks for 2020 and holidaymakers can already start booking their getaways
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Game of Thrones' Peter Dinklage says being 'politically correct' about dwarfism can be 'damaging'
'[If] the parent has him look the other way, what's that kid going to grow up into?' asks the Game Of Thrones actor
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England women win first ODI against Pakistan after huge opening stand
• England 284-6; Pakistan 209 - England win by 75 runs• Centuries for openers Tammy Beaumont and Danni WyattOpeners Tammy Beaumont and Danni Wyatt hit one-day international hundreds as England made a winning start against Pakistan in Malaysia.The pair shared a first-wicket stand of 188 to set up a 75-run victory at Kuala Lumpur’s Kinrara Oval, the opening game of an ICC Women’s Championship series featuring three ODIs and three Twenty20s. Continue reading...
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Mulberry announces launch of 'first 100% sustainable leather bag'
Material used for bag is a by-product of food production
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Aivali: A Story of Greeks and Turks in 1922 by Soloup review – a moving graphic novel
The traumas of the Turks and Greeks forced to flee their homes a century ago are drawn with moving simplicity and speak clearly to today’s refugee crisisThe distance between the ports of Mytilene, on the Greek island Lesbos, and Ayvalık, a Turkish city known as Aivali in Greek, is 47.5km by sea. Between 1922 and 2019, millions of people have crossed the unpredictable waters, many of them fleeing wars around the world.Aivali: A Story of Greeks and Turks in 1922, a graphic novel published in Greek in 2014 and recently translated into English by Tom Papademetriou, is the story of the 1.6 million refugees who made the journey that year alone, when the Greek and Turkish governments agreed to a massive population exchange at the end of the Greco-Turkish war. The Greek Orthodox Christians of Asia Minor and other Turkish regions were made to relocate to Greece, while Muslim Greek citizens were forced into Turkey. Both sides suffered, and this is the strongest message in this soul-stirring account, which acknowledges all sides of the tragedy. Continue reading...
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You scare me to death, Phones 4u billionaire tells John McDonnell
The billionaire founder of Phones 4u today warned John McDonnell that Labour's economic policies will result in the very rich leaving the UK.
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Taxi driver told disability activist 'he didn't want her in car due to skin condition'
Carly Findlay was out celebrating her birthday in Melbourne, Australia before attempting to get in a cab home when she was insulted by the driver
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Have-a-go hero tries to stop shop robbery gang getaway only to learn they were actors making a film
Actors pretending to rob a store in Dorset were 'chased' by a resident who believed the scenes were real. Producers were filming action scenes in the village for the new indie horror film 'Perran'.
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Honey badger rescued from python by jackals before fighting them off to feast on the snake
Roselyne Kerjosse captured the spectacular fight to the death while on safari in Chobe Park, Botswana last month.
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Pictured: 'Amazing' mother, 25, who was stabbed to death near her home
The victim, named locally as Levi Davis, was knifed in Wellingborough Road, in Rushden, Northamptonshire, at around 8.30pm. She died at the scene.
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John Legend is confused why people are so angry over Baby, It’s Cold Outside lyrics change
You've heard of his hit Green Light, now it's time for his new single Virtue Signal
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Young mum stabbed to death 'trying to break up two men having a knife fight'
The mum-of-two, named locally as Levi Davis, 25, was stabbed in a street in Rushden, Northamptonshire, where a boy, 13, and man, 27, were arrested on suspicion of murder
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Andy Ruiz vs Anthony Joshua II breaks UK pay-per-view records
A lucrative night for AJ!
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Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson returning for The Conjuring 3 as billion-dollar franchise expands
The third installment will arrive in September 2020.
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How Malvern won the Second World War: BRIAN VINER on SAS Shadow Raiders
It's not entirely fanciful to suggest that if the Second World War was won from anywhere, it was won from the Worcestershire town of Malvern, writes BRIAN VINER.
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School pupils banned from wearing 'intimidating' hoodies which 'hide identity'
Pupils at Brune Park Community School in Gosport, Hampshire, accused staff of creating a 'dictatorship' after the ban was introduced this term
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Fred Sirieix: TV star maitre d' announces departure from Galvin at Windows
The French-born front of house professional announced his departure from the Hyde Park restaurant in an Instagram post this weekend, revealing in the caption that "the time [had] come to say goodbye to all my friends and colleagues after an incredible 14 years journey [at Galvin at Windows]".
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