Danny Dyer feared he was being set up for horror prank on first date with wife

EXCLUSIVE: The Eastenders actor said he thought future wife Jo planned to have pig’s blood tipped on his head, like in 1976 film Carrie, when she asked him out when they were both 14
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US election CHAOS as GSA chief received threats to family for delaying Biden transition
EMILY MURPHY, General Services Administration chief, said she received threats after delaying President-elect Joe Biden's transition into the White House.
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New Tier 2 lockdown rules are a 'death sentence' for pubs, Boris Johnson warned
Pub bosses fear their sector will be destroyed by the return of the tier system, claiming the hospitality industry is being unfairly blamed for the spread of the virus
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Beverley Callard's Wiki page edited to claim she 'lied about being vegan on IAC'
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Racism within the Windrush compensation scheme
The Guardian’s Amelia Gentleman wrote her first story on the Windrush scandal almost three years ago – yet she is still hearing from people facing injustice. Alexandra Ankrah, the most senior black Home Office employee in the team responsible for the Windrush compensation scheme, discusses why she resigned this year, describing the scheme as systemically racist and unfit for purpose while Samantha Cooper describes her frustrations with trying to access financial helpOn 28 November 28 2017 the Guardian’s Amelia Gentleman wrote the first story in a series that would reveal what has now become known as the Windrush scandal. Three years have passed and yet she is still hearing from people facing injustice. Some of the most worrying stories are about the problems victims are having with the very scheme that was set up to compensate them. Anushka Asthana hears from Samantha Cooper, who was unable to marry Eddie Lindsay, her partner of 25 years and the father of her two daughters, because he had no documentation proving his right to be in the UK, despite the fact that he had lived in the UK legally for more than 50 years. Lindsay died from cancer in 2017 and the compensation team initially rejected Samantha’s claim because they were not married.Anushka also talks to Alexandra Ankrah, the most senior black Home Office employee in the team responsible for the Windrush compensation scheme, who resigned earlier this year. She describes the scheme as systemically racist and unfit for purpose. Amelia says she feels discouraged and disappointed that three years on, nine Windrush victims have died without receiving compensation, and many others are still waiting. Continue reading...
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Hear'Say 'in talks to reform after lockdown meeting' but 'without Myleene Klass'
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Rishi Sunak to announce millions of pounds in funds for counter-terrorism centre
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China India war: Satellite images expose Beijing THREAT as bizarre secret road appears
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Approval for transition gives Biden team access to resources
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PAUL THOMAS on... festive lockdown relief
'On the fifth day of Christmas, the PM said to me: "That's enough fun for this year"'
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Paris police filmed violently breaking up a makeshift camp, dispersing hundreds of homeless refugees
French riot police have been accused of using 'outrageous tactics' to clear around 500 homeless refugees from Paris' Place de la République on Monday night.
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Art dealer 'likely forged email from Microsoft's Paul Allen offering £10m for a Picasso' judge finds
Siblings Sean, Lauren and David Carpenter claim Astrid-Caroline Cole falsified an email exchange with Paul Allen, in which he allegedly offered to buy Picasso's work Le Sauvetage for $10million.
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Donald Trump vows to 'keep up good fight' after GSA declare Joe Biden US president
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Policer officer who crashed into a terminally ill pensioner, 73, is let off with a £30 fine 
The off-duty officer from Sussex Police who slammed into 73-year-old John Wilson, on Tarring Road, Worthing, on October 19, as he was rising his bike has been let off with a £30 fine.
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So which tier WILL London be in?
A rising infection rate in the capital, bucking the trend for most of England, has raised the possibility it could be plunged into the harshest Tier 3 restrictions.
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Being mum to triplets helped 'relieved' Oxford professor develop Covid vaccine
Professor Sarah Gilbert formed part of the core of scientists working on the Oxford University vaccine for eight months which has shown to be 90 percent effective
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Loeffler to return to campaign after negative COVID-19 test
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The Crown star Erin Doherty stuns in a plunging gown for photoshoot
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World War 3: China warned of 'entire world' BACKLASH if they use military force on Taiwan
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CRAIG BROWN: What a day... Donald Trump's hair has gone grey! 
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Nebraska police chief defends officers in fatal traffic stop
Omaha’s police chief said two officers acted appropriately when a Black man was fatally shot during a Nebraska traffic stop last week because the man repeatedly didn’t comply with their commands, but video of the confrontation won’t be immediately released
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Trump FURY as team claims there was NO ‘orderly transition’ of power in 2016 Clinton loss
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Which lockdown tier every area of England may end up in based on infection rates
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SHANE WATSON reviews last night's TV
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Rishi Sunak 'set to cancel proposed 5.6% rise in the national living wage for two million workers'
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Universities told to cover ‘white privilege’ in training to tackle harassment
University leaders should improve awareness of "white privilege, fragility and allyship" to tackle racial harassment on campuses, vice-chancellors have said.
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Steve Ojomoh was an England rugby star... so why DID he have a stroke at 48? 
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Nurse caught speeding 5 times avoids ban as she was rushing to Covid frontline
Hayley McDonald, 35, repeatedly broke the 50mph limit on the M62 near Warrington, Lancs, while rushing to get to work as a ventilation specialist at Manchester Royal Infirmary
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How tumeric is the latest weapon in the fight against disease 
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350,000 mums miss postnatal checks
Experts have warned the well-being of thousands of women is being put at risk by the missed appointments, which can pick up serious problems such as postnatal depression.
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Pope says for first time that China's Uighurs are 'persecuted'
Francis mentions plight of Muslim minority in China, alongside Rohingya and Yazidi, in new bookPope Francis has for the first time called China’s Muslim Uighurs a “persecuted” people, something human rights activists have been urging him to do for years.In the wide-ranging book Let Us Dream: the Path to a Better Future, he said: “I think often of persecuted peoples: the Rohingya, the poor Uighurs, the Yazidi” in a section where he also talks about persecuted Christians in Islamic countries. Continue reading...
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Post offices bosses say 3,000 rural branches face 'armageddon' without extension of annual subsidy
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Dianne Feinstein to step down as top Democrat on Senate judiciary panel
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Carlos Ghosn: UN tells Japan treatment of ex-Nissan boss 'fundamentally unfair'
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Australia airline boss wants vaccine passport for travelers
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Trump finally signs off on Biden transition in ‘best interests of country’ but still wont admit he lost
President-elect welcomes announcement as 'definitive’
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Virus restrictions lead Norwegian champ to drop Iditarod
Norwegian musher Thomas Waerner says he won’t defend his title at next year’s Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race because of restrictions and uncertainty over travel during the coronavirus pandemic
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Woman smacks boyfriend on the head during Disney proposal because she thought he was 'trolling'
Cade popped the question to Gracie O'Neill at Disney World in Florida in December 2018. Gracie, thinking it was a joke - which he'd done before - 'karate chopped' him.
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‘Bye bye Trump’: Ilhan Omar and others celebrate as president finally begins transition
Congresswoman was subject of racist campaign rants by president
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Which is the better of the Covid-19 vaccines and how soon will we get the jabs?
As a third potential vaccine, Oxford-AstraZeneca, is announced, Daily Mail asks which of the coronavirus vaccine is best.
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Quarantine period for travellers coming into England to be cut to five days with negative test
Travellers arriving in England will be able to end their quarantine period with a negative coronavirus test after five days from December 15.
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Sarah Ferguson sells a costly cuppa - but it's all for chari-tea!
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Sarah, Duchess of York thinks she has found the secret to swelling the coffers of her new Trust - by flogging some tea and biscuits.
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China coronavirus flare-up sparks FRENZY as FREEZING winter spread puts millions at risk
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Games Inbox: PS5 satisfied customers, PS5 eBay scalpers, and the joy of Astro’s Playroom
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Brexit: House of Lords inflicts government defeat over devolved consent to Internal Market Bill powers
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47-year-old mother reveals secrets to her 'ageless' looks
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Wedding shaming: Australian bride is slammed for complaining about her best friend's $5 Kmart gift
The Brisbane woman raged that the cheapness of the gift 'hurt' a lot and was a 'slap in the face' after inviting her pal to her 'exclusive' ceremony and reception.
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Mum 'abandoned baby in dirty nappy on doorstep after boyfriend dumped her'
Melissa Kelley, 33, is accused of leaving her newborn son - who she reportedly claimed has scabies - on the doorstep of the mother of her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend, who she had never met before
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