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Adil Ray doesn’t think Citizen Khan could be made today because it ‘wouldn’t pass woke test’
It comes after Jennifer Saunders declared Absolutely Fabulous couldn’t be made in 2021.
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Stranger Things season 4: New set pictures show serious injuries for Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven
Character can be seen being wheeled around on a stretcher
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Kym Marsh’s dad diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer after delaying check-up due to pandemic
Dave wants men to get their symptoms checked.
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Botswana unearths world’s third largest diamond
A similar sized diamond sold for £40m four years ago
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Christian Eriksen latest: Denmark star to have ‘heart starter’ implant after cardiac arrest
Christian Eriksen will be fitted with a “heart starter” after collapsing on the pitch last weekend during Denmark’s match with Finland.
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Transferwise launches revolutionary £7bn London stock market debut
Transferwise, the Shoreditch fintech company disrupting big banks’ stranglehold over international money transfers today shook up the London financial markets with plans for a £7 billion stock market float that cuts out the City’s middlemen.
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The Matrix 4 test screening ‘reveals’ verdict on Lana Wachowski’s long-awaited sequel, plus title
It sounds like long-time fans will love it
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Get ready for the summer of the extreme PDA
The celeb PDA is back — and it’s more NSFW than ever. From red carpet snogs to X-rated Insta-pics (!), it’s getting hot in here, says Suzannah Ramsdale
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Peter Andre fuming as his ear gets 'blasted off' in prank by son Junior
Mysterious Girl singer Peter Andre was trying to help Junior Andre set up for his birthday when the prank occurred. Junior sneakily turned up a speaker to full volume and blasted his dad as he leaned in
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Five get cancelled! Enid Blyton's work 'racist and xenophobic', says English Heritage
ENID Blyton's books have been linked to "racism and xenophobia" by English Heritage in updated blue plaque information.
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Stunned residents urge new landlord to reconsider 'ridiculous' rent increase
The properties of Redvales estate, built as part of an affordable housing scheme, have been purchased by Revive Homes, part of lettings firm, PlaceFirst
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Boris ‘wants to quit being PM because it’s like dragging a jet down runway’
He reportedly sees the role as 'too much like hard work.'
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Best BBQ smokers to get great smoky flavour at home
Barbe-kings and queens, it’s time to step up your flame game
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Best vitamin D supplements UK to boost your immune system
Get your glow on with the best of the ‘sunshine’ vitamin
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UK weather: Torrential rain ends heatwave for south as flash flood reported in Kent
The Met Office has forecast that some areas of England and Wales could see up to a month’s worth of rain over a period of two to three hours
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Kate Ferdinand glams up as she sips a cocktail on a balcony in the sunshine
Kate Ferdinand got glammed up as she enjoyed a drink on a balcony in the sunshine before the weather took a turn for the worse
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Chris Rock turned down multiple offers to join The Sopranos out of ‘respect’
Rock was an established name at HBO by the time The Sopranos debuted
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Judge Rinder says a 'cloud of fear' lifted when he came out as gay
Former Strictly Come Dancing contestant and TV judge Robert Rinder says a "level of shame" was projected onto the gay community while he was growing up, making coming out a difficult decision
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Premier Inn owner sees ‘post-lockdown bounce’ ahead of summer of staycations
Whitbread said trading has been strong since May 17, when overnight hotel leisure stays were allowed as restrictions eased.
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Ambulance chiefs say ticketless Scotland fans coming to London for England match are ‘on their radar’
Ambulance chiefs say the possibility of a mass gathering of ticketless Scotlandfans in Hyde Park is “on their radar” amid reports 20,000 are preparing to be in London.
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Boris Johnson messages show 'loss of confidence' in Hancock, says Susanna Reid
Good Morning Britain hosts Susanna Reid and Adil Ray discussed the messages reportedly sent by Prime Minister Boris Johnson about Health Secretary Matt Hancock
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Von der Leyen's £685bn bailout is massive fraud risk – EU's own corruption watchdog admits
THE European Union faces a "big risk" of abuses in its £685 billion coronavirus recovery fund, the bloc's anti-fraud boss has warned.
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Big Brother star left with facial burns and blindness after trying viral trend
Tilly Whitfield - who recently starred on Big Brother in Australia - has shared graphic snaps of the facial injuries she was left with after trying a beauty hack she found on TIKTOK
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Coronavirus cases have ‘peaked’ in UK’s Delta variant hotspot, health chief says
Huge testing and vaccine operation appear to have brought surge under control in Blackburn with Darwen
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Huge swarm of bees safely moved from sign in Manchester city centre
Manchester City Council said the swarm turned out to be 'one of the biggest' they have ever collected
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Dr Martens looks to increase office footprint in Camden as bootmaker records higher sales
Dr Martens is looking to expand the size of its office footprint in Camden Town, it emerged on Thursday as the company posted its first results since the famous boot brand’s £3.7 billion London float.
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Parents warned of button battery danger after tragic death of two-year-old girl
Staffordshire Safeguarding Children's Board has issued the warning after little Harper-Lee Farnthorpe passed away at the Royal Stoke University Hospital within hours of swallowing one of the batteries
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Christian Eriksen to be fitted with monitoring device after cardiac arrest
Eriksen has agreed with the recommendation by specialists in Copenhagen where he remains hospitalised
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David Harbour says becoming a stepfather to Lily Allen’s children changed his life
‘My heart is just broken wide open and I have a new love I never had’
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Talented women left behind as 'mediocre' men take the top finance jobs
The study said women who rise to the top in finance, such as TSB chief exec Debbie Crosbie (pictured), are rare because male middle managers tend to hold them back.
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David Harbour gushes about how being a stepdad to Lily Allen’s kids changed his life: ‘I have a new love I never had’
Who's cutting onions in here?
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What is Jamsu? The Korean beauty makeup hack Bella Hadid swears by
The hack was first created to deal with the humidity of Korean summers
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Arsenal ace Dinos Mavropanos on verge of joining Stuggart
He initially impressed.
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Denmark vs Belgium live stream: How can I watch Euros game for FREE on TV in UK today?
Belgium will today be looking to book their place in the last-16 of Euro 2020 when they take on a Denmark side trying to overcome a traumatic opening fixture of the tournament.
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Countdown’s Rachel Riley suppresses giggle as board spells out naughty word
This isn't the first time it's happened either!
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Netherlands vs Austria live stream: How can I watch Euros game for FREE on TV in UK today?
Both Netherlands and Austria know today they can secure their place in the Euro 2020 knockout stages with victory when the sides meet in Amsterdam.
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EU civil war: Moderator forced to intervene as ministers turn on each other at summit
A BITTER row between EU ministers has erupted over Brussels' incompetence in swiftly procuring coronavirus vaccinations.
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What It Feels Like for a Girl by Paris Lees review – rebellion and resilience
An exuberant memoir of a troubled childhood tells one girl’s story of danger, drag queens and a struggle to be herself When Paris Lees was seven years old her school called her mum to complain that her child was wearing tights. Back then, Lees was called Byron and the world saw her as a boy, though she knew different. Her mum phoned her dad, Gaz, who took her to a doctor. “An’ I told ’im. I’m a girl. I sez, ‘I’ve always known’,” Lees writes. The doctor referred her to a child psychologist, but Gaz declined to follow it up. “I don’t think he din’t take me coz he din’t believe me. He din’t take me coz he did believe me, an’ he din’t wanna face the truth.”What It Feels Like for a Girl chronicles Lees’ teenage years and her struggle to be herself. Smart and exuberant, the book is written in dialect – think Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting, but set in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, where “the streets are paved wi’ dog shit”. Her gender nonconformity is just one aspect of an adolescence that features violence, drug abuse, prostitution, robbery and a spell in a young offenders’ institute. But the most persistent problem for Lees is Gaz, a former boxer for whom humiliating her – for her sexuality, her appearance and her refusal to stand up to school thugs – is a daily sport. Continue reading...
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It used to feel that life hung in the balance during US-Russia summits. No longer | Martin Kettle
A transformed global context and the rise of China put any decisions made at Biden’s meeting with Putin into perspectiveJoe Biden’s meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva looked like a summit, sounded like a summit, and in some genuine senses really was a summit. But it was not an east-west superpower summit in the 20th-century sense. It was a bilateral meeting between the leaders of two important countries whose relations are possibly more difficult today than they were in the cold war. Yet life on Earth did not seem to hang in the balance yesterday, as it sometimes could do back then.Throughout its history Russia has often been simultaneously strong and weak, at home and abroad. Now, in a century marked by growing Chinese power and the deep polarisation of its domestic politics, something similar can be said of the United States, too. Relative decline has not made either country less suspicious of the other. Perhaps the most significant thing about their meeting was therefore that it occurred at all. But these two countries no longer bestride the globe. Continue reading...
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Manchin’s blocking bid is no shock, say disgruntled West Virginia Democrats
Critics say senator is indicative of Democratic politics a state where marginalized people have been shut out by the status quoWest Virginia senator Joe Manchin has emerged as one of the biggest stumbling blocks to the passing of Joe Biden’s ambitious domestic agenda, declaring he will vote against a key voting rights bill and also blocking reform of the filibuster – a rule that at the moment allows Republicans to kill Democrat legislation.Yet Manchin is no Republican. He is a key member of Biden’s party, and in a 50-50 Senate his vote is the lynchpin of political power and crucial for passing Biden’s plans. Yet Manchin is seen by many Democrats as sabotaging his own president’s efforts to be a transformational leader who can help the US recover from the pandemic in the same way Roosevelt helped America recover from the Great Depression. Continue reading...
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‘Targeted for violence’: the dangers LGBTQ+ Native Americans face
A recently released report found that Indigenous people in California have experienced sexual assault at high ratesThe last time Fochik Hashtali* spoke with her close friend Poe Jackson, he was telling her about his plans to start a mental health group for transgender people in Slab City, a section of southern California known for its community of squatters.It was a Saturday evening in April and the 21-year-old, who identified as Two Spirit, a term typically used to distinguish members of the Native LGBTQ+ community, had just moved to the area, according to Hashtali.After a childhood in Tennessee spent dealing with poverty and bullying, he had traveled to the encampment in the hopes of being accepted for who he was, Hashtali explained. Jackson, a Wyandot descendent, told Hashtali that he wanted to help people heal, “do art, calm down, talk about trauma healthily”.One month later, law enforcement recovered Jackson’s body from the Coachella Canal, near Slab City, and ruled his death a homicide.“I couldn’t believe it,” said Hashtali.“I was like a train wreck. I cried myself to sleep that night”. Continue reading...
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London ‘on track’ for worst year of teenage killings, police say
A Scotland Yard chief has warned London is on track for its worst ever year for teenage homicides.
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Coronation Street spoilers: Aadi Alahan wears make-up to attract Summer Spellman
Has Aadi misread the situation?
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Lesbian teacher is now out to her class – after having to hide it 15 years ago
Evie Cryer has watched an incredible transformation of how children learn about LGBT+ people over the past few years.
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Paul Pogba has told Manchester United what he needs to sign a new contract
Paul Pogba's contract at Man United is to expire at the end of next season.
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Coronation Street kills Kirsty Soames – but do off-screen deaths just leave fans feeling cheated?
Needed plot device - or short sighted?
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Conde Nast agrees to contract with New Yorker Union 
Employees will now get a pay raise and a guaranteed annual raise of 2 to 2.5 per cent under the deal, which was struck after two-and-a-half years of negotiations and will affect more than 140 staff.
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GB News Pranked Again After Comedian Flashes His Bum During Live Video Call With Laurence Fox
Don’t tell presenter Simon McCoy but GB News has been pranked yet again, just days after the channel launched.On Wednesday, the former BBC News anchor spoke out live on air about the jokers who had been using some of the the oldest tricks in the book and calling into various shows using fake names (like “Mike Hunt” and “Mike Oxlong”), telling them to “grow up”.But that night, comedian Adam Pacitti upped the ante when he discreetly flashed his bum during a video call-in with Laurence Fox on Dan Wootton’s show.The comedian appeared via video-link under the guise of asking a question about people being offended by jokes.Adam could then be seen moving the camera slightly to reveal his posterior reflected in a mirror behind him.And just like the other prank callers, neither the host or his guest clicked on...Here are the receipts…
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