Coronation Street star Ellie Leach says she hopes to be on the cobbles forever

EXCLUSIVE: The actress pinches herself to think she is celebrating 10 years as Faye Windass - and wants to be there for many decades to come
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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez spotted together AGAIN after Montana getaway
Ben Affleck whisked his former flame Jennifer Lopez away on a private jet this past weekend, DailyMail.com's exclusive pictures reveal.
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Hollyoaks spoilers: Toby Faroe kills again as he violently attacks abuser Adrian?
Toby sought revenge.
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Emmerdale spoilers: Aaron Dingle left in agony after Eric Pollard violently assaults him
Eric sought revenge on an intruder. But little did he know who said intruder was!
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Border Patrol responds to bear by US-Mexico border
US Border Patrol agents drove off a bear and two dozen onlookers by the Arizona-Mexico border scattered
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Arsenal need more from Willian and Nicolas Pepe, insists Ian Wright
Only two?!
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44 states call on Facebook to ditch its children’s Instagram plan
Social media giant working on photo=sharing app for kids younger than 13
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Enormous tree-planting push will turn farmland into forests to hit net-zero goals
‘It’s about persuading sheep farmers to become foresters’, says Forestry Commission’s Sir William Worsley
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Repair Shop's Jay Blades 'couldn't see himself existing' at lowest moment
Jay Blades has recalled the moment that he feared he couldn't think of anything apart from ending his life - even thoughts of his kids could not shake his despair
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Champions League final switch to Wembley ‘looking less likely’ over Uefa issues
Hopes of this month’s Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City being played at Wembley are fading, according to reports. 
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Man 'failed by modern medicine' beats painful condition with simple diet changes
Four million Brits have some kind of autoimmune illness – and 75 per cent of those are women. But, as Michele O’Connor discovers, simple lifestyle changes can make a big difference...
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BBC News Awkwardly Mixes Up The Queen Swimming And A Whale Stuck In The Thames
BBC News was royally mistaken as it attempted to tell viewers about how a small whale became stranded along the River Thames.On Monday, concern was growing for the Minke whale – which is between 10ft (3m) and 13ft (4m) long – that was trapped at Teddington Lock in south west London.On the corporation’s 24-hour-rolling news channel, newsreader Martine Croxhall attempted to keep viewers up to date.She said: “The search continues to locate an injured whale in the River Thames after it escaped a first rescue attempt.”However, the image shown on screen was the Queen as a teenager in a swimsuit with the caption: “Queen’s swimming memories.”The BBC mixing up a missing whale and the Queen swimming pic.twitter.com/qP8CeOLWSd— Jono (@jonoread) May 10, 2021The journalist caught the mistake and quickly tried to acknowledge the error.She said: “That was the Queen with her life-saving badge on her swimsuit, but I didn’t have time to tell you. Don’t know why.”Moving on to the sport, reporter Chetan Pathak noted: “Nicely done, Martine.” The story involving the Queen was the monarch recollecting becoming the first young person in the Commonwealth to receive a junior lifesaving award from the Royal Life Saving Society.As a 14-year-old the Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, earned her junior respiration award in February 1941, after completing training at a gentlemen’s club in central London, where she had swimming lessons with her sister Princess Margaret.Related...BBC's Prince Philip Coverage 'Receives Record Number Of Complaints'15 Times BBC News' Simon McCoy Injected Some Much-Needed Humour Into The Headlines
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Kai Havertz says he’s found his ‘perfect position’ at Chelsea
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'X Gon' Give It to Ya': New DMX album out on May 28
A new album from DMX will be released later this month
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Emmerdale spoilers: New trailer reveals Kim poisoning twist and Liv attacks Aaron
It's all kicking off in the Dales next week!
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PM sparks alarm by suggesting voter ID plan aimed at 'first-time voters'
A senior government source insisted the ID crackdown would apply to all voters, not just those voting for the first time, despite the eyebrow-raising comments on national TV by the Prime Minister. Young people are more than twice as likely to vote Labour than Conservative
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Fury refusing to sign Joshua contract amid talk of July back-up plan
Promoter Frank Warren has warned that Tyson Fury only has a "couple of days" of patience left before moving on from his proposed undisputed mega-fight with fellow Brit Anthony Joshua
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Lockdown in the UK: What are the latest changes in the four nations?
Boris Johnson is due to announce that the next phase of lockdown easing can go ahead in England on May 17.
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Millions to go towards boosting mental health support in schools to tackle impact of Covid pandemic
Gavin Williamson says next few months are ‘crucial’ in supporting recovery
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Thames whale: Injured minke calf dies after rescue attempt
An injured minke whale calf stranded in London’s River Thames has been put down by a vet.
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Green Party surge: Is it linked to high levels of public concern over the climate crisis?
Concern over our planet’s future is likely to be just one of the key factors behind the Greens’ recent election success, experts and politicians tell Daisy Dunne
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Peter Andre says son Junior isn't eating as coronavirus takes his appetite away
Peter Andre says son Junior has lost his appetite and has a temperature as he recovers in bed after testing positive for coronavirus
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Boris gives green light to 'green list', but urges holidaymakers to stick to Covid safe countries
British holidaymakers will be given the go-ahead to jet off to sunnier climes from Monday when the ban on non-essential foreign travel is finally lifted.
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Easing of restrictions may increase R number but will not overwhelm NHS – Sage
Sage said the full impact of easing restrictions on hospital admissions and deaths will not be seen until mid-June.
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Fishmongers’ Hall terror attacker claimed he wanted to help police before deadly rampage, inquests hear
Usman Khan suggested he wanted to fight against Islamist radicalisation at Jobcentre meeting
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Line of Duty is most watched drama series of 21st century despite finale fury
Line Of Duty is the UK’s most-watched drama series of the 21st century after the finale drew 15.24million viewers, despite many fans voicing fury at the show's conclusion
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The Hut Group strikes jumbo $1 billion fundraiser as SoftBank comes on board
Japanese tech investment giant buys option for 20% of new tech division
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Sweet sixteen: Italian princess made heir to defunct Italian throne
‘It was the best gift he could give me’
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Lutherans elect Megan Rohrer first transgender bishop
The Rev. Megan Rohrer is the new bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s Sierra Pacific synod, becoming the first transgender person to serve as bishop in the denomination or in any of the U.S.’ major Christian faiths
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Mice become instant friends after scientists reprogram their brains
‘Optogenetics could someday soon be used to fix blindness or reverse paralysis,’ says neuroscientist
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People Got Drunk With Their Mates For Covid Research
A group of people got drunk in a lab to monitor how well they maintained social distancing after a tipple or two. Spoiler alert: they didn’t manage very well. More than 200 young, healthy social drinkers were assigned to drink or not drink in various experimental conditions for the study. Participants were asked to bring a friend along; they were then either assigned to drink with their mate, have a non-boozy bevvy with their mate, or do the same with someone else’s friend (a.k.a a total stranger) – all while being filmed. Unsurprisingly, the study found drinking booze is not conducive to good social distancing. In fact, even strangers who drank alcohol together moved physically closer the more drunk they became. Friends tended to draw close to one another whether or not they consumed alcohol, said study author Professor Catharine Fairbairn, a psychology expert at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.Those interacting with a stranger only moved closer to that individual if they were drunk. The physical distance between these pairs decreased by about 1cm per three-minute interval as the drinks rolled in. Study co-author Professor Nigel Bosch said they measured distance between drinking mates via machine-learning methods that detected hands, arms, legs and head position in the footage captured.Those who drank non-alcoholic beverages with strangers didn’t draw significantly closer to one another during the experiment. “This study shows that over time, alcohol reduces physical distance between people who are not previously acquainted,” said Laura Gurrieri, a researcher in psychology.“This finding is particularly important in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic because it suggests that alcohol might facilitate virus transmission and impede the following of social distancing guidelines.”Fairbairn said the study was conducted in a quiet, spacious laboratory and not a bar. “Folks would likely draw even closer to one another in a crowded bar with loud music when compared with our laboratory environment,” she added. “That would have to be the subject of another study.”A UK study published earlier this year found similar results: drinking in pubs is risky when it comes to the spread of Covid-19. Published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, the study – which reportedly cost the Scottish government £60,000 – examined the operation of Covid-19 measures in pubs and bars.Despite measures being put in place, there were instances of close interaction between customers and staff that “frequently involved alcohol intoxication”. Professor Niamh Fitzgerald, lead author and director of the University of Stirling’s institute for social marketing and health, said at the time the findings suggested “grounds for uncertainty” about the extent to which rules could be effectively implemented in a sector where interaction between tables, households and strangers is the norm, and alcohol is routinely consumed.Related...Scientists Went Under Cover At Pubs To See If People Were Following The RulesHangovers Get Better With Age, Apparently. We Don't Believe ItWhy People Litter3 Drinking Behaviours That Could Help You Live Longer
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Mental health charities you can volunteer for with no qualifications
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Queen's feisty cousin who was cast out of royal family slams Meghan and Harry
Princess Olga Romanoff has praised The Queen for never discussing 'anything that makes her miserable' and blasted the Sussexes for ruining the fairytale of the royal family
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Plans to ‘end social distancing’ will be set out before June, Boris Johnson pledges
Prime minister points to looming moment when ‘we cease to rely on detailed government edicts and make our own decisions’
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Untroubled waters: Bridge transported along Rotterdam river
A 200-meter (656-foot) -long bridge has cruised slowly through the heart of Rotterdam in the early morning hours, heading for its new home near the city’s busy port area
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Rewilding: White-tailed eagles to be reintroduced in Norfolk
Reintroduction could link up other populations of eagles in Scotland and Ireland with those in the south of England and in Europe
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Warning message issued to anybody who uses Ebay in the UK
Millions of Brits will be affected - including those who have Paypal
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More visitors and ‘greater freedoms’ for England’s care home residents
Care home residents will be able to receive visits from up to five named loved ones from next Monday, the Government said.
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One-metre social distancing rule may be scrapped next month – Johnson
The Prime Minister said the nation remains ‘on track’ for the final step towards lifting all legal restrictions as planned on June 21.
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Multiple 'sinkholes' force Bolton road to close completely
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Who is in the cast of Three Families and what is the BBC One drama about?
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Grey’s Anatomy officially renewed for season 18 as Ellen Pompeo finally extends her contract
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Variants can come out of a blue sky, says chief medical officer
There is concern over cases of the variant first identified in India after cases have doubled in a week.
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Fans WILL be allowed back to stadiums after Boris Johnson confirms plans to 'unlock the turnstiles'
Boris Johnson said at a press conference on Monday afternoon that the Government was proceeding with its plan to take the third step in its coronavirus recovery road map.
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Coronation Street spoilers: After Seb’s death what happens next for Nina, Asha, Corey, Kelly and Summer?
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Delay to social care reforms will ‘fail more families every day’
Health of thousands of vulnerable people in England and Wales at risk, despite Johnson’s promise to fix crisisCampaigners and thinktanks have said a failure to announce significant new social care reforms in the Queen’s speech will “fail more families every day” and put the health and wellbeing of thousands of vulnerable people at risk.Reports suggest the government is to once more delay reforms to the adult social care system in England and Wales after being unable to agree on how to fund them, leaving many who rely on, provide or expect to need care services in the near future braced for disappointment after Tuesday’s Queens speech. Continue reading...
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Photo of Dua Lipa and Rita Ora’s granddads having a drink together in the 1960s is blowing fans’ minds
Their grandfathers knew each other in Kosovo.
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