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Hong Kong rally stretches for miles as huge protest marks six-months of pro-democracy movement
Demonstrators turn out in force as promising gains in recent election inspires resurgence
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Paul Pogba ‘never said anything’ about Real Madrid transfer, claims Antonio Valencia
Pogba has been out with an ankle injury since September.
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British tourist steals a coach in Benidorm and goes on two-mile, high-speed wrecking spree
The vehicle was taken from a depot on the outskirts of Benidorm where it had been left for the night before being driven at speed through the holiday resort.
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Tories hold 10-point lead over Labour three days before election
Party leaders have launched a final push to get voters to back them as election week begins.
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An old pub in Oldham has gone up in flames - people are being told to keep doors and windows shut
Four engines are tackling the blaze
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Who do I vote for in the General Election 2019?
Not sure whether to vote Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, Brexit Party Green or Independant in the December 12 election? Here is what each party has said on Brexit, the NHS, transport, police and climate change to help you decide
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The Simpsons star explains how the show ‘predicted’ Donald Trump’s presidency
'They literally thought, "What’s the silliest, most outrageous, dumbest idea for a president we can possibly think of?"'
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Best political podcasts in the UK to help you navigate the general election
Binge-listen these hit political shows ahead of the election on Thursday
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Coronation Street star Faye Brookes confirms new romance after Gareth Gates split
Kate was spotted out with her new beau in Manchester.
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Queen drinks a martini on Christmas eve and Prince Philip makes VERY strong drinks
Sandringham: The Queen at Christmas, which aired last night on Channel 5, revealed that royal celebrations at the Norfolk estate are a lot more relaxed than you might imagine.
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'Tory in disguise' Swinson shamed over record as audience member rages: 'How DARE you!'
JO SWINSON was shamed over her voting record while a member of the coalition Government by a seething voter branding the Liberal Democrats leader a "Tory in disguise".
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LadBaby attempting to get second Christmas number one with I Love Sausage Rolls… but it’s for a good cause
The single is in support of the Trussell Trust.
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Met Police drops half of all crime probes within 24 hours, figures show
Nearly half of all crimes - 1,114 offences a day - are being dropped without a full investigation, according to Met Police figures.
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Snapchat working on ‘deepfake’ feature which is not as sinister as it sounds
The new tool lets users quickly edit their face into videos.
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Escape to the Chateau sees an old tack room transformed into a 'beautiful' grand entrance way
Angel, 48, and Dick, 59, transformed the old tact room in the coach house of their 45-bedroom Château-de-la-Motte Husson in France, into a grand entrance hall in last night's Escape to the Chateau.
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World chess champion Magnus Carlsen on the brink of reaching top spot in Fantasy Football table
The Norwegian's team, named Kjell Ankedal, has risen to sixth out of 7 million players worldwide after a gameweek where captaining Mohamed Salah paid off with a 26-point return.
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Russia given four-year ban from international sports including World Cup and Olympics
Russia are now out of next year's Olympics.
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Russia is BANNED from global sporting events including 2020 Tokyo Olympics over doping
The World Anti-Doping Agency today banned Russia from global sporting events after accusing Moscow of falsifying data from an anti-doping laboratory.
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Playmobil: The Movie is biggest box office flop of all time
Film starred Daniel Radcliffe, Anya Taylor-Joy and Meghan Trainor
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Antonio Valencia tells Manchester United what to do with Paul Pogba
Man Utd midfielder Paul Pogba should soon return from injury and Antonio Valencia has spoken about what the club need to do to keep him happy.
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Tunnels, knives and riots: This Syrian camp holding thousands of Isis wives is at breaking point
A Turkish invasion of northern Syria has led to a collapse in security at a camp holding the foreign wives of Isis fighters. Richard Hall reports from Al Hol camp
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Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage defends 'extraordinary' season 8: 'I'm proud'
'My feeling is fans didn't want it to end, so a lot of people got angry'
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Patrick Vieira admits he would listen to Arsenal offer for manager role
Is Vieira a good fit?
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Boris Johnson booed by Andrew Neil mask-wearing protesters with chicken signs at Grimsby Fish Market
A group of protesters wearing Andrew Neil masks and carrying chicken signs greeted Boris Johnson with boos as he visited a fish market this morning.
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Woman opens shop selling black dolls as a way to cope with grief
She's hoping to make male dolls too.
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Rangers vs Celtic: Steven Gerrard urges Scotland to introduce VAR after Christopher Jullien's winner
Centre-back's Scottish League Cup final goal appeared to be offside
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Russia banned from all major sporting events for four years by Wada
Russia has been banned from all major sporting events for four years by the World Anti-Doping Agency, meaning they will not be represented at the 2020 Olympic Games or 2022 Fifa World Cup.
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Thrifty father-of-three reveals how YOU could save more than £2,000 a year using four cashback apps
EXCLUSIVE: Peter Chatfield, 39, from Deal in Kent, funded a family holiday to Disneyland Florida, after saving £2,000 through cashback on supermarket shopping apps and special offers.
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Russia handed four-year ban from international sport by WADA
Russia has been handed a four-year ban from all major sporting events by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
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WADA ban Russia from all international sport for next FOUR years
Expert advisers had been urged to take a hard line with their punishment following ongoing doping allegations, and a lengthy ban has now been dished out, impacting all sports for the next four years.
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Disabled mother, 51, and her nine-year-old autistic son face a homeless Christmas
Lisa Camilleri, 51, from Shenley, Hertfordshire, was waiting for the three-year-old Hoover dryer to finish its cycle last month when she heard a 'loud bang' and her electricity tripped.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus says people took 'crazy drugs' when she worked on SNL
Actor and comedian also revealed show was 'very sexist' in the 1980s
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Ballycastle: Major incident at beach over 'swimmers in difficulty'
It is believed a group of swimmers got into difficulties in the sea off Ballycastle beach.
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New York's high-rise prisons: what could go wrong?
Plans to build four tall tower prisons in New York City have generated backlash – but have also prompted a debate over what modern prisons should look likeRikers 2.0: inside the battle to build four new prisons in New York CityIt looked like a gigantic tombstone, a monumental rectangular slab looming over the streets of Chinatown in Lower Manhattan, blocking out most of the sky. The great grey hulk was punctuated by tiny slit windows, each marking one of the 1,400 prisoners that would be stacked inside the vertical human storage facility.This dystopian vision of a future Gotham was an image of one of New York’s proposed new high-rise jails, released earlier this year to cries of dismay, when mayor Bill de Blasio announced sweeping reforms to the city’s criminal justice system. It depicted an outline idea for one of the four new jails planned for the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, intended to replace the crumbling, violent, and roundly condemned jail complex on Rikers Island, nicknamed the “Guantanamo of New York”. Continue reading...
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Two Wolves supporters arrested for homophobic abuse during Brighton draw
• Brighton confirm arrests during 2-2 draw on Sunday• ‘We simply won’t stand for it at the Amex’Brighton have confirmed two Wolves supporters were ejected from the Amex Stadium and arrested for homophobic abuse during Sunday’s match. The incident, which occurred during the 2-2 draw, took place on the same weekend that marked Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign.“It’s both sad and depressing that once again we find ourselves having to address another situation of discriminatory abuse,” said Brighton’s chief executive and deputy chairman Paul Barber. Continue reading...
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Mother of teenager murdered in Wood Green calls for radio ban on drill rap
The mother of a teenager hunted down and stabbed to death in a "ferocious" attack by an armed gang today called for an end to London's street violence.
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RBS accused of writing fake reviews of its new app Bo - months before it launched
RBS launched Bo on November 27, but several five-star reviews were left on the App Store ahead of this date, sparking concerns that they’re fake
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Pep Guardiola: Manchester City struggling to match high quality of rivals
City now 14 points behind leaders Liverpool after defeat by rivals United
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Bolton Muslim Girls School can expand to take extra 150 pupils
It's already the best-performing school in the district
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Parcel left in bin to 'keep dry' by Amazon delivery driver is lost forever
Helen Verrill, 50, had been away for the night and her neighbour kindly put the bin out for her
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Huge fight breaks out at Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park
'Everyone was getting pushed back but there was nowhere to go.'
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Reformed Manchester killer who became hero of London Bridge attack tells of moment he tackled Usman Khan - and his friendship with Jack Merritt
John Crilly says he remains profoundly sorry for the death of a burglary victim in Manchester and his life has "been spent wishing that day never happened"
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I'm A Celebrity's Roman Kemp 'knew' Jacqueline Jossa would win after 'wobble'
I'm A Celebrity 2019 star Roman Kemp, who finished in third place, told Jacqueline Jossa she could be the winner
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