'Orgasm cult' employee reveals what it was like
Speaking on BBC podcast The Orgasm Cult, former OneTaste employee Chris Hubbard claimed he was lured into working for the US-based company by women who had been 'told' to have sex with him.
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Lewis Hamilton brings dog Roscoe to work to check out Bahrain’s International Circuit after record-equalling win
The F1 ace is gearing up for his next race.
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Boris Johnson warns UK faces a NEW lockdown in January... before we've even left this one
BORIS JOHNSON has warned that the "dangers" surrounding the coronavirus pandemic have not gone away, and could lead to a third national lockdown for the UK.
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I’m a Celebrity prompts more than 700 Ofcom complaints within first nine episodes
Complaints follow condemnation from the RSPCA
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Britain's daily coronavirus cases continue to fall with 17,555 new infections
Department of Health figures show daily infections have now been dropping for a fortnight and are 23.4 per cent down on the 22,915 Covid-19 cases recorded last Thursday.
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Girl dies after 'unexplained' incident at home - man and woman released on bail
She was rushed to hospital in a critical condition yesterday and was sadly pronounced dead this morning. West Yorkshire Police say they are investigating the death, which is being treated as unexplained
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In Georgia, Republicans juggle Biden win and Trump loyalties
Twin Senate runoffs in Georgia have Republicans in a quandary
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Best Black Friday tablet deals on Huawei MatePad, Fire tablets and more
Portable, convenient and super versatile. We've rounded up the best Black Friday tablet deals, with top options from Samsung, Apple and Microsoft
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Katie Price sparks fury by 'shopping without a mask with no social distancing'
Katie Price has faced criticism after visiting a garden centre in Great Amwell and appeared not to observe social distancing or wear a face mask
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte's future secondary school gets green light
Thomas's Battersea, which counts Prince George and Princess Charlotte as pupils, has been given the green light to build a new senior school at the site of the Royal Academy of Dance headquarters.
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Inside the city placed in Tier 3 where people have spent 150 days in lockdown
Leicester has faced strict coronavirus lockdown measures since June, but news that it has been placed under Tier 3 restrictions has left residents frustrated
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'People in their 40s were crying': the sad final days of New York's coolest record store
Other Music fuelled New York’s 00s indie boom, boasting Vampire Weekend and Animal Collective among its fans. Then it closed. A new documentary tells the story of the store’s tragic demise – and its ‘terrifying’ staffA lot of skulking went on at Other Music, the celebrated New York record store. It was an odd kind of dance: nervous customers, hiding behind CD racks or LP sleeves, trying to conjure up a question that wouldn’t result in utter humiliation. The staff there had quite a reputation, after all.The experience is relived in a surprisingly moving new documentary about the shop, also called Other Music. Notable fans Regina Spektor and Jason Schwartzman still sound daunted by Other’s intense atmosphere. “If I’m completely honest, I was never just ‘chill’ in there,” confides Spektor, to camera. “I always got that first-day-of-school feeling, like: OK, just don’t fuck up.” Continue reading...
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the tools to exploit Southampton's defensive weakness
Manchester United's speedy forwards could cause problems for the Saints defence on Sunday
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Potential Barca president makes Neymar statement that casts doubt over return
Neymar has consistently been linked a Barcelona return but one of the club's presidential candidates has a low opinion of the Brazilian and does not want him back at the Nou Camp
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Apple moving iPad production from China to Vietnam for the first time ever, reports say
‘It wants to diversify production following the trade war,' claims person familiar with plan
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Mark Clattenburg: Former Premier League referee joins Amazon Prime as pundit
Former Premier League official Mark Clattenburg has become Amazon Prime’s new refereeing pundit.
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The ‘glow’ of getting something for free can last up to a week, poll claims
The poll found 60 per cent of adults think the best things in life are free, including a country walk, a good night’s sleep and a sunny morning 
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Best Black Friday cycling deals: discounts on road bikes, electric bikes and electric scooters
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Paris police filmed beating music producer in studio
Footage shows victim, who was later released without charge, being punched, kicked and hit with truncheonThree French police officers have been suspended after they were filmed beating and allegedly racially abusing a music producer in his Paris studio.An official inquiry has been opened – the third such investigation in a week – into the officers’ behaviour. The latest incident comes after MPs in the French parliament voted to approve a new law increasing police powers. Continue reading...
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Funeral worker sacked for taking sickening selfie with Diego Maradona in coffin
The man is understood to have been tasked with preparing Maradona's body for the wake. The owner of the funeral parlour confirmed that the employee has been sacked
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Europa League: Molde v Arsenal, Braga v Leicester, Sparta Prague v Celtic and more – live!
Live updates from around EuropeNicolas Pépé’s Arsenal future in his hands, says manager Mikel ArtetaFeel free to email Barry or tweet @BGlendenning 4.54pm GMT Group B: Molde v Arsenal 4.54pm GMT Diego Maradona lifted the Europa League trophy once in his career and the club he captained to victory in what was then known as the Uefa Cup play tonight on what is bound to be a poignant but unattended game at the San Apolo Stadium (soon to be renamed the Stadio Diego Maradona.Today’s Guardian Football Weekly podcast was entirely devoted to the life and times of Maradona, with Jonathan Wilson,Philippe Auclair and special guests Marcela Maura y Araurjo, who translated his autobiography into English, and Asif Capadia, who directed the box office hit Diego Maradona, joining myself and Max Rushden. Related: A tribute to Diego Maradona – Football Weekly Continue reading...
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Gemma Collins says she had a third miscarriage in open letter to Meghan Markle
Gemma Collins has told that she suffered a third miscarriage in July, penning an open letter to the Duchess of Sussex following the news that she and Prince Harry had lost their second child
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Black Friday 2020 - Best baby and toddler deals
The best offers and deals on baby and toddler essentials this Black Friday including prams, travel systems, car seats, baby clothes and feeding
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Premier League bow to pressure from ‘Big Six’ clubs over fixture list
The Premier League appear to have bowed to pressure from Jurgen Klopp and Frank Lampard by not selecting any of the 'Big Six' clubs for Saturday lunchtime kick-offs after games in Europe in December.
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England will use South Africa series to answer questions about best XI
Eoin Morgan has full-strength squad to pick fromTwenty20 World Cup in India less than a year awayThere is less than a year to go until England’s bid to unite the 50-over World Cup with its Twenty20 equivalent and the series against South Africa that begins next to Table Mountain on Friday could be an important step towards this second summit.By his own admission Eoin Morgan does not yet know his best XI for the tournament beyond “seven or eight strong candidates” and there is little doubt that conditions in both Newlands and Paarl – the behind-closed-doors venues for the tour – will be different to those in India next October. Continue reading...
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Marcelo Bielsa claims Diego Maradona's death "makes us feel weak"
Marcelo Bielsa claims Diego Maradona made the Argentinian people dream because of his brilliance
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RFU to donate 400 tickets to NHS workers for England’s final Autumn Nations Cup match
No fans have been in attendance at games in England since March
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Families ‘torn apart’ before Christmas as Home Office plans deportation flight to Jamaica
Campaigners say plans to deport people before Christmas will tear families apart and put lives at risk amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Great British Bake Off 2020: Ofcom receive 111 complaints over controversial Hermine exit
The fan favourite was sent home in the semi-finals.
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The new Covid tier system leaves Boris Johnson facing yet more bruising encounters with Tory MPs
The prime minister is desperate to promise the restrictions will definitely end in the spring but knows that a long winter lies ahead first, writes Andrew Grice
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Arsenal the first club to welcome fans back to a Premier League ground after nine-month break
West Ham vs Man Utd will be the first top flight game to have fans attending since March 11.
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LIVE updates as Boris Johnson holds Downing Street press conference
The Prime Minister will begin speaking at around 5pm
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Covid infections drop AGAIN as anger mounts over 99% of England being put in Tiers 2 and 3
CORONAVIRUS cases in the UK have dropped amid public anger over millions of people being placed under strict rules when the nation's second lockdown expires.
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Sort out Crossrail to put London back on track
Funding plea: the Elizabeth line will cut journey times and increase capacity
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Carol singing allowed once lockdown ends
But it needs to be socially distanced and outside.
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BMW driver kills relative after driving around warning barriers and into path of oncoming train
Brittinie Green has been charged with the manslaughter of Rhonda Clay
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Daniel Dubois insists there is no love lost with Joe Joyce ahead of clash
Dubois spent 18 months as Joyce's amateur team-mate at GB Boxing’s Sheffield HQ six years ago and now faces him as a professional
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I'm A Celebrity hit with hundreds of Ofcom complaints
Fans of the ITV reality series have been following its every move but that hasn't stopped some complaining
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Claims the UK has 'maxed out' its credit card are bad economics | Daniela Gabor
The government has borrowed huge amounts during the pandemic, but this is no reason for renewed austerityThe November spending review arrived with a loud reminder of how austerity has distorted the public’s understanding of fiscal policy. Journalists used fatuous analogies to explain the situation facing chancellor Rishi Sunak, claiming the government had “maxed out” its credit card and had “no money left”. These soundbites weren’t just economically illiterate: they were indicative of a deeply conservative worldview.Attitudes to fiscal policy can be divided broadly into three camps: the fundamentalists, the centrists and the heretics. Fiscal fundamentalists pray to the God of small government. They are outraged that a Conservative chancellor who has borrowed £400bn to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, taking public debt from 85% to 100% of GDP, wasted the opportunity to make the necessary cuts to prevent Britain facing ruin. As true believers, they refuse to confront the facts that the UK government is borrowing at record low interest rates, and that next year it will pay back £20bn less in interest than it had planned for. Continue reading...
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Scrutiny grows over Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine
Share price drops as critics question claim vaccine could protect up to 90% of peopleWhat tier am I in? Latest Covid rules in England post-lockdownCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine is coming under increasing scrutiny, with critics questioning the claim that trials showed it could protect up to 90% of people against coronavirus.On Thursday Sir John Bell, Oxford’s regius professor of medicine and the UK government’s life sciences adviser, dismissed suggestions the trial had not been properly set up or reported. “We weren’t cooking this up as we went along,” he said, adding that he hoped the full, peer-reviewed data would be published in the Lancet medical journal at the weekend. Continue reading...
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Scottish court urged to use diaries to uphold Lockerbie bomb case
Scottish government lawyer says appeal judges should use evidence from second Libyan suspectA government lawyer has urged a Scottish court to use incriminating evidence from the second Libyan accused of the Lockerbie bombing and uphold the conviction of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.Ronnie Clancy QC, an advocate depute for the Scottish government, said the five judges hearing an appeal against Megrahi’s conviction were entitled to use diary entries from his co-accused, Al Amin Khalifa Fhimah, even though Fhimah was acquitted. Continue reading...
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Interior designer shares how to decorate your Christmas tree and home like a pro
Exclusive: Katalin Callahan, an interior designer, has shared her top tips for decorating your tree and the rest of your home this Christmas to make it look absolutely magical
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What’s the environmental impact of buying online?
Delivering vans expected to make an additional 150,000 trips this year as pandemic pushes shoppers online
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