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Cara Delevingne insists Taylor Swift’s ‘isn’t biting to draw blood’ as singer plans to re-record old albums
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What is the right contraceptive for you? Experts reveal the pros and cons of different methods
EXCLUSIVE: Sexual health nurses from family-planning charities Marie Stopes UK and the Family Planning Association run through the benefits, and drawbacks, of the most popular contraceptives.
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Two killed by mysterious Russian weapons test blast 'killed by RADIATION and not explosion'
An explosion at a the White Sea missile range in the village of Nyonoksa killed five scientists and lead to a radiation spike in the area. Two of the victims died from radiation sickness and not the blast.
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Miss England and junior doctor Bhasha Mukherjee defends beauty pageants
Bhasha Mukherjee, 23, from Derby. appeared on Sky News to discuss her title as Miss England and defended beauty pageants, which she said are now about spreading positive messages.
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Axel Witsel claims he turned down Manchester United transfer
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Axel Witsel has claimed he could have signed for Man Utd last summer while Jose Mourinho was still manager.
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Macron warns Boris Johnson Brexit could turn UK into vassal state of US before they meet in Paris - live news
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Boris Johnson’s meeting with the French president Emmanuel Macron in Paris 10.52am BST During the Tory leadership contest Boris Johnson claimed (implausibly) that the chances of a no-deal Brexit were a million to one. Subsequently he has admitted it is more likely than that, but he has not gone as far as David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, who told the Today programme this morning that he thought the odds on that outcome were now “50/50”. It was now “a high probability”, Davis said.But Davis also insisted that the dangers of a no-deal Brexit had been overblown. Dismissing the claims in the Operation Yellowhammer document leaked at the weekend as “rubbish”, Davis said:I think there will be some turbulence. There will be some bumpiness in terms of cross-border traffic and so on. 10.27am BST The recently-appointed Scottish secretary, Alister Jack, has ignited a furious row with the Scottish National party after claiming it was no different from other nationalist movements as it “needs an enemy to thrive”.In an article for the Times (paywall), his first newspaper opinion piece since being appointed by Boris Johnson, Jack wrote:Scottish nationalists like to claim that theirs is a different kind of nationalism, somehow uniquely benign. I’m sorry but I’m not sure I can spot the difference. Like nationalist movements the world over, it requires an enemy to make it thrive. It needs an ‘other’ to rail against.Wow, I am surprised the secretary of state has sunk to this level. He should withdraw this article and apologise. Lets have an informed debate of Scotland as an independent country and yes unionists should speak of their vision. This is not it. It lacks dignity. do struggle with it, because people do associate it with all the various elements of nationalism that exist. [I] think people understand that we are an open and inclusive party. But do I think that the name can present us with some challenges? For sure.Scottish independence is not just at the other end of the spectrum of that, but on another spectrum altogether. The SNP today is and I think I can say it without fear of justifiable contradiction, the most pro-immigration party in the UK which is not what you would expect of a nationalist party, so my nationalism is rooted in a desire to make the country I live in as good as it can be. Continue reading...
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Should we abolish private schools? – video
A disproportionate number of people who occupy the top jobs across the UK – from the prime minister and leading politicians to judges and entertainers – were privately educated. Campaigners who think this situation has gone on too long are asking why we have private schools and whether it is time to get rid of them. Maya Goodfellow explores the case for abolitionBritain’s private school problem: it’s time to talk Continue reading...
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A new survey shows what really interests 'pro-lifers': controlling women | Jill Filipovic
According to their own survey responses, anti-abortion voters are hostile to gender equality in practically every aspectAccording to self-identified “pro-life” advocates, the fundamental divide between those who want to outlaw abortion and those who want to keep it legal comes down to one question: when does life begin? Anti-abortion advocacy pushes the view that life begins at conception; the name of their movement carefully centers the conceit that opposition to abortion rights is simply about wanting to save human lives.A new poll shows that’s a lie. The “pro-life” movement is fundamentally about misogyny. Continue reading...
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Parents furious after girl, 4, 'left in hotel pool on her own by kids club staff'
Jonathan and Adina Clarke, of Synston, claim their daughter, Heidi, was left in the pool at the Globales Estepona hotel near Marbella
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Girl, 5, missing for 3 nights in forest with bear after her rescued after search
Zarina Avgonina became separated from her grandmother when they were in the forest foraging for wild mushrooms in Russia
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Global heating: ancient plants set to reproduce in UK after 60m years
Cycad in Isle of Wight produces outdoor male and female cones for first time on recordAn exotic plant has produced male and female cones outdoors in Britain for what is believed to be the first time in 60 million years. Botanists say the event is a sign of global heating.Two cycads (Cycas revoluta), a type of primitive tree that dominated the planet 280 million years ago, have produced cones on the sheltered undercliffs of Ventnor Botanic Garden on the Isle of Wight. Continue reading...
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World's fastest man Christian Coleman 'has missed THREE drugs tests'
EXCLUSIVE - MATT LAWTON: Christian Coleman, the world's fastest man for the last three years, is fighting for his reputation over an alleged series of missed drugs tests.
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McDonald's worker killed by hidden complication two weeks after cycling accident
Christopher Draper, 40, went into cardiac arrest two weeks after he was forced to brake suddenly and was thrown off his bicycle
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iPhone 11 leaked case design hints at Apple Pencil support
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Mothercare just launched a HUGE baby event, and prices start at £1
The family-friendly retailer has slashed the prices across ranges - with clothing, toys, accessories and pushchairs all reduced
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The Weatherman review – a glimpse into the sex trade's grisly reality
Park theatre, LondonAn array of disturbed characters are cogs in the grimmest of machines in Eugene O’Hare’s frustrating but well-written debutSex trafficking is a big and serious subject. While it is good to see theatre raising the issue, Eugene O’Hare’s debut play doesn’t so much explore its ramifications as bob and weave on the margins. He writes well for actors, being one himself, but I learned as much about modern slavery from the leaflet in the programme as from the play itself.O’Hare shows an abducted 12-year-old Romanian girl, Mara, being deposited by a north London landlord on two of his misfit tenants. One, O’Rourke, is mentally fragile and in a permanent state of anger. The other, Beezer, is a dedicated boozer and failed meteorologist. O’Hare sets up the situation neatly and shows the landlord and his henchman euphemistically defending their dirty trade, but he seems unsure how to develop the action. We assume, though we are never explicitly told, that Mara is deployed in the sex trade. Since she speaks no English, the second half consists largely of a series of confessional monologues in which her minders treat her as the passive recipient of information about their own troubled pasts. Slavery, O’Hare implies, takes many forms. But given Mara’s terrible plight, why should we care about her unwilling captors? Continue reading...
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Seagulls threaten to terrorise cities for takeaways and humans are to blame
Councils as far as 40 miles inland have been warning residents about the nuisance birds. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Incredible moment two people are rescued from ocean after plane crashes into bay
Footage captured the scene as the small plane hit the water off the Californian coast, and the dramatic rescue that followed
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Manchester United players arrive for training before Crystal Palace fixture
Manchester United players arrive for training before Crystal Palace fixture
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Kim Kardashian is finding it tough to get all four children to take a perfect picture
Better luck next time, Kim. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Fake Britain viewers feel 'no sympathy' for woman who suffered a painful reaction to fake Botox
Marcelle King, of Dorset, was left 'close to death' following the procedure by conman Ozan Melin in 2013. But viewers were unsympathetic when she recounted the ordeal on
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Carer's Allowance payment dates set to change over August Bank Holiday
Carer’s Allowance is the main benefit for carers. If you are looking after someone for 35 hours a week or more, you may be eligible
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Amy Hart vows to become more famous than Curtis as she makes bid for Strictly
Amy has plans to ditch ITV for BBC's prestigious dancing show despite the possibility of a run-in with AJ Pritchard
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Richard Madeley explains why he turned down Strictly Come Dancing
The TV host was presenting Good Morning Britain when he revealed why he couldn’t sign up to the BBC One dancing show
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Car ripped to pieces in ‘high speed crash’ that left driver fighting for life
Up to six vehicles were wrecked after the smash in South London. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Max Clifford's sick deals as he cashed in on dying Jade Goody's last moments
Disgraced PR mogul Max Clifford kept dying Jade Goody working up until her body failed her, in sickening scenes aired in Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain
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Terror as plane drops 1,000ft in ten seconds with passengers 'hitting roof'
The mid-air drama on the flight from Mauritius to Madrid sent people 'flying' around the cabin with some believing they were about to die
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Mesut Ozil gives advice to Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson over staking Arsenal first-team claims
The German knows exactly how his young teammates feel. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Shropshire young mother forced to breastfeed baby son on train floor, slams inconsiderate commuters
Sophie Molineux, 22, was travelling from Shropshire to Ludlow Castle for a day out with her partner Rob Moore, 25, when she was forced to breastfeed baby Chester, one, on a 'filthy' train floor.
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Chris Moyles tricks Twitter into thinking he's dead and the results go viral
The hashtag #ripchrismoyles started trending on Twitter on Thursday morning, sending the site into meltdown
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Nadia Sawalha's forgotten sister caught in the middle of family feud with Julia
Nadia and Julia Sawalha have been at odds for years and their sister Dina has been caught in the middle of the family feud
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Latest Manchester United injury news and expected return dates
Eric Bailly and Fosu-Mensah remain on the sidelines for Man Utd as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gets his team ready for Crystal Palace.
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GCSE 2019 grade boundaries: Grade equivalents in AQA, Edexcel and OCR explained
Exam boards such as WJEC and CCEA have released the GCSE grade boundaries already - so what are they now for 2019 Results Day?
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England vs Australia LIVE scorecard: Ball-by-ball updates from third Ashes Test
Follow updates from Headingley as England Australia face off in the third Test
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Couple watch as their £450 wedding cake falls to the floor the moment they cut it
'We were both just gripping on to the edge of the table thinking, "no, this can't be happening".' News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Why we should all head to the park – the greener the better | Alex Clark
When a friend came to see me just before she died, we went to the nearest green space. Now a study suggests we’re all happier outsideThe last photograph I have of a friend was taken a few days before her death, when she had mounted a brief escape from the drudgery of hospital life and come to London, possibly knowing it would be her last visit. We went to the pub, we went for a curry, we went and had manicures. And we also went to the park, where I snapped her, sitting on a deckchair, grinning in a break as the bowlers from the local Sunday cricket teams switched ends.I don't remember what we talked about, but I do remember we were cheerful. A week later she was gone Continue reading...
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Incredible moment dolphin swims straight at surfer and almost hits him 
A surfer at El Porto, Manhattan Beach got more than he bargained for earlier this year after a dolphin leaped out of the water in front of him as he was paddling with his board.
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Lidl is selling a fire pit for £24.99
It'll be time for toasting marshmallows soon. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Pink pokes fun at herself as she falls for online hoax alongside other celebrities
We've all been there, right? News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Painful eczema leaves woman unable to wear a bra or underwear after coming off steroid creams
'I would sit in the bath for hours and cry because of the pain. I couldn't stop itching.' News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Mum's heartbreaking message to parents after son, 12, fell from balcony on holiday
Lucas Briscoe, 12, was on the final day of his holiday when he plunged from the ledge in Fuengirola, Costa Del Sol, on Tuesday
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Leeds might be favourites, but Championship promotion race is wide open
In this week's EFL column, EFL on Quest pundit Ian Holloway discusses the wide open promotion race plus the plight of Bolton and Bury
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Godfather actor Gianni Russo reveals he lost his virginity aged 15 to Marilyn Monroe when she was 33
Gianni Russo, 75, said he met Marilyn Monroe when working in a hair salon in New York. She invited him to The Waldorf where she was staying and met him wearing only a white towel and drinking champagne.
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Talking Horses: Enable the star at UK farewell but Firmament can shine too
Enable can extend her winning streak in Yorkshire Oaks, while Firmament is one to watch in the preceding race at YorkEnable is the undoubted star of the afternoon at York on Thursday, as she makes her final start on a British track and attempts to extend her winning streak to 12 races. From a betting point of view, however, the preceding Clipper Logistics Handicap over a mile is the race that all the punters will hope to solve. Firmament (3.00) could prove to be the answer at a track where he never seems to run a bad race.]The form of the Golden Mile at Goodwood earlier this month runs through today’s 20-strong field like a watermark, with half a dozen of the runners lining up again here. Seniority looked unlucky when fourth there and could well reverse the form with runner-up Vale Of Kent, but both could struggle to cope with Firmament if he is anywhere close to his best. Continue reading...
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Mum breastfed on dirty train floor as 50 commuters refuse to give up their seats
Sophie Molineux, 22, was travelling from Shropshire to Ludlow for a family day out with partner Rob Moore when the incident happened
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Manchester United news and transfers LIVE Sancho latest as Cristiano Ronaldo makes Arsenal FC admission
All the latest Man United news as Solskjaer's squad prepare for Saturday's meeting with Crystal Palace on Saturday.
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Two supermassive black holes to lock horns as the Milky Way smashes into Andromeda
Here's what will happen when our home galaxy smashes into its neighbour in a cosmic collision of epic proportions. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro