Dad screams in agony after swarm of fire ants attack while walking dogs

James Bennett, 56, suffered such severe bites while out with his wife and dogs in Sittingbourne, Kent, an ambulance was called as the bites turned into an infection which required antibiotics
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Queen feeling ‘knackered’ after ‘constant flow of lunches and dinners’, says insider
QUEEN ELIZABETH II is reportedly feeling "knackered" after a busy schedule packed with lunches and dinners before her hospital stay, a royal insider has claimed.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes Jadon Sancho prediction ahead of Manchester United vs Liverpool FC
Man Utd signed Jadon Sancho for £73million in the summer transfer window but he is yet to hit the ground running at his new club.
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Mohamed Salah can vindicate Jurgen Klopp's Cristiano Ronaldo verdict in Man Utd clash
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah can cement his claim to being the best player in the world by upstaging Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo in the world's biggest game
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‘Important to rest!’ Queen understands limits and ‘not to push herself too far’ - expert
QUEEN understands her limits and should give herself time to rest amid a busy autumn schedule, a royal podcaster has said.
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We simulated Man United vs Liverpool to get a Premier League score prediction
Manchester United host Liverpool on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League, so we used FIFA 22 to get a score prediction for the game.
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Westlife's Nicky Byrne on 'devastating' moment Nadine Coyle told Sarah Harding had died
Nicky and Nadine were working together on a new show called Last Singer Standing last month when Girls Aloud icon Sarah sadly passed away following a cancer battle
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Princess Anne gives ‘huge morale boost’ to troops during visit to Royal Corps of Signals
PRINCESS ANNE joined the Royal Corps of Signals on a training exercise in Wiltshire last week to learn about their work on the battlefields.
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Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods dies at 67
Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods died Saturday
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£74 million plan to replace Border Force boats to tackle illegal migration
The announcement was made ahead of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget.
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Elle Macpherson raises eyebrows after deleting 'Aborigine' ancestry remarks in Vogue makeup tutorial
Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson has raised eyebrows for making a surprising remark about her ancestry. 
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The armorer of Alec Baldwin's film Rust, gave a gun to an 11-year-old actress before, sources say
Two sources said Hannah Gutierrez-Reed had allegedly given an 11-year-old actress a gun without checking it properly while on the set of the upcoming Nicholas Cage film, The Old Way.
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Jadon Sancho has perfect chance to ignite Man Utd career and prove doubters wrong
The £73million signing is yet to score or assist since joining Manchester United, but the England international has the chance he needs to ignite his career
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Pop star Mabel 'signs up to judge alongside Simon Cowell and Craig David on new show'
The Don’t Call Me Up singer has reportedly inked a deal to be a star judge on a panel alongside Simon Cowell and Craig David on upcoming ITV show – Walk The Line
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Caravan of 3,000 migrants push past Mexican police as they storm towards the US border
Around 3,000 migrants from Haiti, South and Central America pushed past Mexican border agents on Saturday. More than 1.7 million migrants have been arrested at the border this year.
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Glasgow’s preparations intensify for Cop26
The summit takes place from October 31 to November 12.
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What the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow could achieve
There is no big ‘Paris Agreement’ style deal to secure in Glasgow, but the conference needs to deliver on a number of fronts.
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MPs prepare for whistleblower’s revelations on inner workings of Facebook
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen will answer questions following the release of internal research documents she secretly copied.
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Keeping the 1.5C target alive: What it means and why it matters
Countries have previously committed to try and keep global temperature rises to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels.
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Feeling fearful about the future? What you can do to fight climate change
Policy experts agree action by individuals can add up to big change.
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‘Long road ahead of us!’ Tensions between Europe and Poland surge over primacy of EU law
POLAND has increased tensions with the EU over a row regarding primacy of EU law and implementing EU net zero policy.
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Top cop says he believes missing girl Cleo Smith is still in Western Australia
Detective Superintendent Rob Wilde has revealed he thinks it unlikely the person who snatched Cleo Smith has crossed the Western Australian border with the little girl.
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Christmas bin collections face crisis as drivers quit to join ‘highest bidder’ hauliers
CHRISTMAS rubbish could be piling up outside British households this winter as bin collection drivers quit their jobs for more lucrative employment.
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Comment on Man, 24, arrested for terror offences over Manchester Arena bombing is released on bail by Mark Hodge
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Val Bisoglio dead: Saturday Night Fever star who played John Travolta's dad dead at 95
The veteran actor passed away at home in Los Olivos, California, last week at the age of 95-years-old. He played Frank Manero Sr. in the iconic 1977 film Saturday Night Fever.
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What the papers say – October 24
The budget, coronavirus and mince pies make the front pages.
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Boris Johnson pumped out 21 tonnes of CO2 using JCB tycoon's private jet during local elections
The prime minister travelled more than 1,200 miles on JCB tycoon Lord Bamford's jet in the fortnight leading up to May's local elections.
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William 'mentions Harry by name' in 'sweet and intimate' speech thanking friends for Diana statue
Prince William mentioned Prince Harry by name last week when thanking friends and donors for the Princess Diana statue ceremony at the Sunken Gardens in Kensington Palace in July this year.
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'A unique talent': Tributes are paid to Mail On Sunday photographer Gary Trotter
Gary Trotter, who has died aged 65 following a short illness, was a fearless war photographer who had undertaken assignments in the Balkans, both Iraq wars and Afghanistan.
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GBBO judge Paul Hollywood makes his lockdown bubble with pub landlady Melissa Spalding permanent
Pub landlady Melissa Spalding moved into Paul Hollywood's 18th Century farmhouse after the owners of The Chequers Inn in Smarden, Kent, where she was living, put it up for sale.
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Lawyer: Yard's decision not to launch a criminal probe into Bashir scandal is 'mystifying'
Leading lawyer Quentin Hunt has described Scotland Yard's decision not to launch a criminal probe into the Martin Bashir scandal as 'mystifying'.
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Frances Haugen: ‘I never wanted to be a whistleblower. But lives were in danger’
The woman whose revelations have rocked Facebook tells how spending time with her mother, a priest, motivated her to speak outThis was not Frances Haugen’s plan A. The Facebook whistleblower says she does not like being the centre of attention, but what she saw while working at Mark Zuckerberg’s social media empire compelled her into action – and made her famous.“When I look at what I did, this was not my plan A. It wasn’t my plan B, it wasn’t my plan C. It was like my plan J or something,” she laughs. “No one sat me down and said ‘what I want you to do is whistleblow’.” Continue reading...
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Love nest! Pointless meets Doctor Who 'as Richard Osman's new love Ingrid Oliver moves in' 
According to friends, Richard Osman's House Of Games contestant Ingrid Oliver has found love with the TV presenter and been invited to move into his new home in West London.
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Britain's 'most hated mums' Mairead Philpott and Karen Matthews now live in same town
Child kidnapper Karen Matthews (left) and Mairead Philpott (right), who started a house fire that killed her six children, now live less than a mile apart in a south-east England town.
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Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea admission should be warning for Liverpool and Man City
Thomas Tuchel has masterminded a brilliant run of form for Premier League-leaders Chelsea - and equally impressive is the mentality he has imprinted on his side
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Up to 50m people could be affected by back-to-back bomb cyclones
The back-to-back bomb cyclones are forecasted to bring extreme weather across the country impacting up to 50 million people over the weekend and into next week.
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Columbia’s most-wanted drug lord, Otoniel, captured by armed forces
The leader of the powerful Clan del Golfo, who had a $5m bounty on his head, was seized in a raid by military and policeDairo Antonio Úsuga, known as Otoniel, Colombia’s most sought after drug trafficker and leader of the Clan del Golfo, has been captured at his jungle hideout by the country’s armed forces.Colombia had offered a reward of up to 3bn pesos (about $800,000) for information concerning Otoniel’s whereabouts, while the United States government had put up a reward of $5m for help locating him. Continue reading...
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Qatar authorities are holding a women's rights activist, campaigners fear
It is feared that activist Noof al-Maadeed, 23, is being held by Qatar authorities. She has not been heard from since October 13 after returning to Doha weeks ago.
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TALK OF THE TOWN: Sports Direct billionaire Mike Ashley joins exclusive Mayfair nightspot Annabel's
TALK OF THE TOWN: A source close to Mike Ashley, who sold Newcastle to a Saudi-led consortium for £305 million, tells me his daughters are regulars at the London venue.
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Jamie Lynn Spears claims parents pressured her to get an abortion while 16 and pregnant
The mum-of-two was just a teen when she fell pregnant with her first child. According to extracts from her upcoming autobiography her parents tried to make her abort the child – and then to give her up for adoption when she refused.
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Facebook documents reveal its services were used to spread religious hatred in India
Researchers said feeds were awash with bigotry, misinformation and celebrations of violence that one report would eventually link to the deadly February 2020 religious riots in Delhi.
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Vanessa Bryant said LA sheriff promised to secure crash site
Kobe Bryant’s widow said she pleaded with the Los Angeles County sheriff to make sure no one takes photographs from the site of the 2020 helicopter crash that killed the basketball star, and he reassured that the area had been secured
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Britons do not understand the term 'carbon footprint' despite intense media coverage, poll finds 
Some 42 per cent of Britons don't know what a 'carbon footprint' is, a poll for food firm Upfield has found. Glasgow, the COP26 host, had the best knowledge of the term.
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Colombia most wanted drug trafficker captured in jungle raid
Colombian authorities captured the country’s most wanted drug trafficker for whom the U.S. government had been offering a $5 million reward
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‘Deeper economic ties!’ Liz Truss outlines investment plans with India during two-day trip
LIZ TRUSS has been in talks to increase defence and security ties with India to increase UK's presence in the Indo-pacific region during her two-day visit.
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Two children among six killed by old landmine in Senegal
The six people were in a horse-drawn vehicle when it hit a landmine left over from an earlier conflict in the Casamance regionSix young people were killed when their horse-drawn vehicle hit an old landmine unearthed by rain in Senegal’s southern Casamance region, according to the local mayor.Casamance is home to one of Africa’s oldest ongoing conflicts, which has claimed thousands of lives since 1982, and the mine was believed to be a remnant from earlier fighting. Continue reading...
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Rural Britain's future is at risk after 'sell out' trade deal with New Zealand
Anne-Marie Trevelyan , the International Trade Secretary, described the deal with New Zealand as a 'win-win for two like-minded democracies who believe in free and fair trade'.
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COP26: Green vehicles but red faces as there are too few charging points at climate summit 
There aren't enough power ports in Glasgow to charge electric cars for COP26. The global environmental host now has fewer than 250 charging points in the city.
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Katie Price apologises for drink-and-drug-drive car crash
Katie Price has made a statement through her family to say she 'takes full responsibility for her actions' after crashing her BMW on a country lane near her West Sussex home in September.
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