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JJ Abrams persuaded Richard E Grant to take Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker role with a hug
Cute!
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Arsenal issue injury updates on Rob Holding and Dani Ceballos ahead of West Ham game
The defender is very nearly ready
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UN warns climate change ‘will displace millions’ unless we act now
More than 16 million had to flee their homes because of weather related events last year - and that's without counting movement between countries.
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Jo Swinson claims policy to revoke Article 50 and stop Brexit is ‘popular’
The Lib Dem leader insisted the policy was good 'because it's honest about what we would do’.
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Johnson delivers 20-minute barrage of mansplaining and manspreading | John Crace
Sky’s Sophy Ridge gaslit by man who would brazenly tell the lies everyone else was too ashamed to say out loudAfter being subjected to a 20-minute audio-visual barrage of near constant mansplaining and manspreading, Sky’s Sophy Ridge finally got to ask a question without being talked over or interrupted. A month ago she had asked Boris Johnson to name the naughtiest thing he had ever done. Back then, the prime minister had asked for more time to think about it as he was so spoiled for choice. So now he had a chance to review his previous, perhaps he would like to come clean?Boris smirked, tugged nervously at his pre-tousled hair and spread his thighs even wider apart. Both knees were now only visible in a wide-angle shot. “Um... er...,” he babbled incoherently, playing for time that he didn’t have. In desperation, he turned around and begged his off-camera advisers to help him out. They all tried to avoid catching his eye. Where to start? Finally inspiration came to him. There may have been one or two occasions on which he had ridden his bicycle on the pavement. Something he deeply regretted and would be punishable with a whole life sentence under a new Conservative law and order crackdown. Continue reading...
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Andy Ruiz Jr sows seeds of destruction and Anthony Joshua reaps the benefit
Overweight defending champion pays price for his partying and lack of pre-fight discipline as British fighter regains the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO belts he lost in New YorkMaybe Anthony Joshua would have always won Saturday night’s rematch. Maybe the taller, fitter man’s physical advantages in height (four inches) and reach (eight inches) would have always been enough when paired with a controlled, disciplined gameplan executed to perfection.But there’s thinking and there’s knowing. And Andy Ruiz Jr will never know how it might have been different if he had approached the task with the seriousness of purpose it demanded. Continue reading...
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shares moment with Sir Alex Ferguson after Man Utd beat Man City
Solskjaer's side put in a brilliant performance to see off their bitter rivals after goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial helped them to a 2-1 win
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Rapist swallows poison pill in court moments after being found guilty of kidnapping woman
Willy Bardon ingests substance seconds after verdict delivered
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Rushden stabbing: Boy, 13, and man arrested over woman's death
The teenager and a man are being questioned on suspicion of murdering the 25-year-old.
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Bride thinks groom’s ex has crashed their big day when mystery woman turns up in a wedding dress
She burst in, demanded they 'stop the wedding' and hit the groom with a bouquet of flowers
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What Ryan Giggs told Daniel James before Manchester United derby win
Daniel James played a key role in Manchester United's victory over Man City on Saturday.
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Peter Andre refuses to trash Katie Price amid bankruptcy ordeal: ‘She’s the mother of my children’
What a gentleman.
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Storm Atiyah: Most serious red weather warning issued and extreme caution advised
Waves of up 42ft and powerful wind gusts of over 80mph are forecast to hit parts of Ireland's west coast as Kerry buckles in for wild Storm Atiyah's assault
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Beachside bungalow that has inspired artists through the decades goes up for sale for £650,000 
Grade-II listed Turnstones Cottage in the seaside town of St Ives has gone on the market for the first time in half a century, with a guide price £650,000.
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Rushden 'murder': Boy, 13, and man, 27, arrested after woman, 25, dies following attack
Two males have been arrested on suspicion of murder and a third man on suspicion of attempted murder after the 25-year-old woman died following the attack in Rushden, Northhamptonshire.
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Deaths of 4,600 NHS patients linked to safety incidents, says Labour
Party says data shows how underfunding and staffing pressures affect patient safetyLatest election news - live updatesMore than 4,600 deaths between October 2018 and November 2019 can be linked to patient safety incidents in the NHS, according to the Labour party.The shadow health secretary, Jon Ashworth, said patient safety data submitted to the NHS’s National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) showed 4,668 deaths in England and Wales were down to unintended or unexpected incidents that led to harm. Continue reading...
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Yob tears illuminated candy cane out of family's festive charity display
Kim Ellis and her family raised around £1,200 for British Heart Foundation in 2017 and about £1,500 for Cancer Research last year - they were hoping to raise a similar amount this year
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Manchester United players comment the same thing on Aaron Wan-Bissaka Instagram post after Man City victory
The Man United full-back enjoyed a sensational performance in the Manchester derby victory over Man City in the Premier League.
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Rangers vs Celtic LIVE: Team news, line-ups and more ahead of Scottish League Cup final today
Follow all the action live from Hampden Park
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7 things Boris Johnson has done which are worse than cycling on the pavement
Mr Johnson said the worst thing he was prepared to admit to having done was cycling on the pavement - well lets just say we don't feel burdened by the same restraint as he does - and neither do the facts
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Star Wars: Richard E Grant told by JJ Abrams that 'nobody gets a script' before joining film
Oscar nominee plays a villain in forthcoming trilogy closer
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Manchester United urged to sign Bruno Fernandes and a striker in January by Danny Murphy
A good signing for United?
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Trump impeachment: 'World of facts' about to collide with 'world of conspiracy'
Democrats and Republicans 'existing in two different worlds' as inquiry into president's actions goes to next stage
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Mum who had tongue removed to fight cancer got a new one - made from her arm
Stephanie Wigglesworth, 36, was diagnosed with Squamous Cell Carcinoma at the age of 30. She had a neck dissection and a large section of skin was removed from arm to recreate a new tongue
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Woman, 25, is stabbed to death as police arrest boy, 13, and 27-year-old man on suspicion of murder
The woman was knifed near on Wellingborough Road (general view), Rushden, at about 8.30pm yesterday and died at the scene.
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BREAKING Man and woman arrested in Dover on suspicion of terror offences
West Midlands Police say the arrests are not linked in any way to the London Bridge terror attack and enquiries into the matter had already been underway
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Woman, 31, and man, 32, are arrested in Dover on suspicion of preparing to commit terror offences 
A man and a woman have been arrested in Dover, Kent, on suspicion of terror offences relating to Syria. Police said the arrests were not linked to the London Bridge terror attack last month.
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I’m A Celebrity axe Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne reunion scene amid cheating allegations
Bosses decided the couples' first conversation should be off-camera.
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Rangers v Celtic: Scottish League Cup final – live!
Live updates as the Old Firm rivals meet at Hampden Park Ewan Murray: Celtic fans fear the threat of Gerrard’s RangersGet in touch! Email Simon or tweet him 2.06pm GMT The team sheets are in, and these are the names upon them. Steven Davis is the notable absentee from the Rangers side, while Odsonne Edouard is fit enough only for the Celtic bench:Rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Helander, Barisic, Aribo, Jack, Kamara, Arfield, Morelos, Kent. Subs: Defoe, Ojo, Foderingham, Flanagan, Katic, Barker, Stewart.Celtic: Forster, Frimpong, Ajer, Jullien, Hayes, McGregor, Brown, Forrest, Christie, Elyounoussi, Morgan. Subs: Gordon, Bitton, Rogic, Johnston, Ntcham, Edouard, Bolingoli Mbombo.Referee: William Collum. 1.47pm GMT Hello world!Celtic play Rangers in the final of the competition currently known as the Betfred Cup, for Rangers a first League Cup final since they beat these very opponents 2-1 in 2010-11. Celtic have won this pot in four of the last five seasons, beating Dundee United, Aberdeen, Motherwell and Aberdeen again by an aggregate score of 8-0 in those finals, but Old Firm games since Steven Gerrard’s appointment by Rangers have tended to be close, there are only two points between them in the league table and this looks very much like an anything-could-happen situation.It would be natural for Celtic supporters to have spent recent days in a state of apprehension. For the prospect of their domestic dominance being halted by their Old Firm rivals Rangers is galling. Were Aberdeen, Dundee United or Motherwell to end Celtic’s consecutive trophy haul, which currently stands at nine, there would be joy for the underdog and widespread shock. If Rangers break the spell, the mutual impact would be considerable. For all that Celtic should be the favourites heading into Sunday’s Scottish League Cup final, a Hampden Park showpiece – likely to be more intense, and bitter, than most knockout football – supplies no guarantees. Related: Celtic fans fear Steven Gerrard’s Rangers can end their supremacy | Ewan Murray Continue reading...
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All mum wants for Christmas is two front teeth after swallowing hers eating mince pie
Angel McGill, 52, from Glasgow got distracted biting into her Aldi Christmas mince pie at work and at first thought the hard lump caught in her throat was a bit of pastry
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Boris Johnson's immigration plan attacked by business leaders while Labour warns NHS would 'not survive'
Details of 'Australian-style points system' – which would only allow lower-skilled migrants to stay in UK temporarily – trigger backlash
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Prime Ministerial hopeful Johnson and Sajid Javid hit phones at Conservative party's HQ call centre
The Prime Minister stared blankly at a computer screen while trying to call potential voters from the Conservative HQ call centre in Millbank, London. Sajid Javid was forced to help him on the phone.
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Vegan influencer angers followers after going on meat-only diet
Some said the choice was 'disgusting'.
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Dan Osborne says 'smiling's not possible' as he prepares to face Jac after threesome claims
Dan Osborne has credited his kids with getting him through the 'tough times' while Jacqueline Jossa's been on I'm A Celeb
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Five foolproof recipes to get you through Christmas
A make-ahead curry, a classic Italian ossobuco and a crowd-pleasing black forest cake – dishes for every occasion over the festive periodWhile there is nothing black forest about sesame seeds, they just taste so delicious with dark chocolate and tart, cured cherries. This is a major update from the classic, but it really works, so why not? This cake gets me through the holidays because it feels like a melding of my favourite flourless chocolate cake from California and a much-loved British cake. I’m always in the UK for Christmas because my bakery is open right up until Christmas Eve and eating this helps me miss California a little less. Continue reading...
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Desperate search for man in river after two pulled from water
Police said they were rescued by a lifeboat after two boats got into difficulty.
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France to press ahead with pensions reform despite protests
Train and metro strikes enter fourth day as prime minister vows to implement changesThe French government said it would press ahead with its planned pension changes but said the proposed new system that has sparked nationwide strikes would be introduced gradually and public concerns would be addressed.Transport systems were paralysed for a fourth day on Sunday as unions at the state railway SNCF and Paris public transport system RATP extended their strike against the changes. Continue reading...
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Man and woman arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences linked to Syria
A man and a woman have been detained on suspicion of terror offences related to Syria, according to police.
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Fears over alcoholic drinks sold as 'hard sparkling water' could appeal to children, say experts
Mike's Hard Sparkling Water launched in the UK last month targeting health-conscious consumers - but it contains 5% alcohol, more than a can of Stella Artois, or Guinness Draught.
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General election: What are the marginal seats that could decide 2019 vote?
The influence of Brexit on voting patterns could see some unexpected constituencies change hands
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Sainsbury’s is launching 31 new vegan products this Veganuary – and they look delicious
The Plant Pioneers range, featuring meatless kievs, shroomballs and fishless fingers, is dropping on January 1.
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Britain could be hit by Storm Brendan as 1,500-mile wide 100mph weather bomb strikes
The 100mph weather bomb Storm Brendan is set to batter the country this week in what could be the second storm to strike in three days as Britons prepare to head to the polls.
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Ben Davison labels Anthony Joshua 'poor man's Tyson Fury' after Andy Ruiz win
Joshua avenged his shock defeat to Ruiz earlier this year with a victory on points over the American-Mexican heavyweight in Saudi Arabia on Saturday evening
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