Dating in Australia: Single woman reveals the worst thing a man has ever said to her after sex

The Australian woman was delighted to have 'great' sex with a charming man who she matched with on Tinder. But she was devastated when he admitted he felt differently.
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Christmas ski holidays in jeopardy as Crystal cancels all trips to France
‘We can’t operate our holidays to France for departures up to and including 31 December 2020,’ says tour operator
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Diego Maradona’s lawyer calls for investigation into ‘criminal idiocy’ of emergency services after his death
Argentina great died on Wednesday due to cardiac arrest but his lawyer Matias Morla accused emergency services of ignoring his health for 12 hours and taking too long to arrive after being found unresponsive
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‘He made the poor feel rich’: Napoli fans break coronavirus lockdown to mourn Maradona
Diego Maradona, who died on Wednesday, played in Napoli for seven, often turbulent years
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Cage fighter stabbed his ex to death after ‘cocaine and alcohol binge’
Andrew Wadsworth, 37, repeatedly knifed beautician Melissa Belshaw, 32, in the front bedroom of her home in Wigan on May 20.
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Morrisons' new plan to get food and toys to those in need this Christmas
It's never been easier for people shopping at Morrisons to get essential supplies as well as a little Christmas joy to families who are struggling this year
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London’s restaurants in Tier 2 will face ‘no specific limit’ on table sizes for single households dining indoors, No 10 confirms
Downing Street has confirmed that while under Tier 2 restrictions, restaurants will be free to serve tables of any size – provided diners are all from one household or social bubble.
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Frank Bailey, London’s first post-war black firefighter, honoured on Google Doodle
Today’s Google Doodle honours Frank Bailey, the first full-time black firefighter of post-war London.
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Tributes paid to Gary Rhodes one year after TV chef suffered fatal fall at home
The much-loved TV chef and devoted father-of-two tragically died on November 26 after a fall at his home in Dubai
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Pensioner being frozen after death hopes for ‘amazing’ life in thousands of years
Father-of-two is prepared to wait thousands of years for second chance at life.
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Sean O'Loughlin and James Graham hope for last hurrah in Grand Final
The Wigan and St Helens veterans bow out after Friday’s final, with Graham saying: ‘Your body tells you when it’s time’Almost everything about Friday’s Super League Grand Final will feel different. The buzz of 70,000 fans at a near-capacity Old Trafford has been replaced with the slightly eerier atmosphere of a behind closed doors event at Hull’s KCom Stadium, but one overarching theme that has dominated recent finals will at least provide a strange sense of familiarity.Recent Grand Finals have been notable for some of the game’s most iconic names ending their careers with victory on the biggest stage. In 2015, the Leeds trio of Kevin Sinfield, Jamie Peacock and Kylie Leuluai won the Grand Final before retiring. Two years later, it was Rob Burrow who did the same, helping Leeds to victory against Castleford. And on Friday, one more great of the modern era will bow out with a winners’ ring: but equally, one will suffer the pain of defeat. Continue reading...
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A complete guide to the celebrities who have defended Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres has had a tough 2020.
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Winks should consider move abroad as he seeks more game time and an England role
Harry Winks is struggling for minutes at Tottenham under Jose Mourinho and may be forced to seek pastures new in search of game time with a move abroad potentially of huge benefit
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Bake Off: Tom Allen replaces Noel Fielding for Christmas specials
Two episodes will air over the festive season
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Lewis Hamilton and other stars support our campaign to stop the illegal wildlife trade
We are working with conservation charity Space for Giants to protect wildlife at risk from poachers due to the conservation funding crisis caused by Covid-19. Help is desperately needed to support wildlife rangers, local communities and law enforcement personnel to prevent wildlife crime
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Amazon slash price on own-brand devices in latest Black Friday deals
Amazon's Black Friday deals are live and there's huge price cuts across a number of Amazon devices including Echo Dots, Kindles, Fire Sticks and more
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Harvey Weinstein’s former lawyer sues him over unpaid legal fees, report says
Charles Harder allegedly made filing in LA County Superior Court on Wednesday
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The best eco friendly Christmas decorations
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Everton suffer major blow with ankle injury to left-back Lucas Digne
The club are awaiting a full diagnosis on the severity of the problem
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Crystal Palace XI vs Burnley: Confirmed early team news, predicted lineup, latest injuries for Premier League
Crystal Palace will again be without star man Wilfried Zaha with the forward yet to return a negative test, Roy Hodgson has confirmed.
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How Rishi Sunak became an unlikely style icon
Svelte suiting and hoodies with ties. Chloe Street dissects the Chancellor’s winning wardrobe 
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Grammys respond to Justin Bieber’s complaint about Pop category nominations
‘We always want to respect the artist’s wishes,’ said the head of the Recording Academy
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People at risk of homelessness urged to seek advice early as winter demand looms
'It is so much better to ask for help before a crisis point is reached'
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Police officer sacked after scanning carrots to buy doughnuts
Constable stuck barcode for 7p vegetables onto £10 box of Krispy Kreme treats
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Emilia Clarke rewrote an entire Game of Thrones scene in 10 minutes flat
Despite the final episode of beloved TV show Game of Thrones airing a year and a half ago, fans are still excited to get the behind-the-scenes details of filming.
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Queen Margarethe of Denmark will spend Christmas with Prince Joachim
Queen Margrethe of Denmark, 80, will celebrate Christmas with her younger son Prince Joachim and his children, while her son Crown Prince Frederik will mark the occasion separately.
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Boris Johnson appoints Dan Rosenfield as No 10 chief of staff
Little-known former Treasury adviser currently works for corporate advisory firm HakluytBoris Johnson has appointed Dan Rosenfield, a relatively little-known former Treasury official and banker, to become his chief of staff, a key part of a reorganisation process following the departure of Dominic Cummings.Rosenfield currently works for Hakluyt, an upmarket corporate advisory firm that has a number of former intelligence members among its staff. He will take over from Edward Lister, Johnson’s longtime aide and interim chief of staff, on 1 January. Continue reading...
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Teen kicks autistic girl, 14, in the face and calls her a sl*g in park attack
Hope Richmond was lured to Chorlton Park, Manchester, in her Christmas pyjamas by a teen from school before she was savagely attacked by another girl on camera and the footage posted on Snapchat
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Awards season is coming, but what can we expect from this year’s red carpets?
Another - albeit bizarre - year has passed and the nights are drawing in. For those in the wonderful world of showbusiness, that can only mean one thing: awards season.
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The Chase's Anne Hegerty takes swipe at new chaser Darragh Ennis in pay row
The Chase star Anne Hegerty refused to confirm she felt positively about new chaser Darragh Ennis as she revealed the other chasers have taken a financial hit
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Germany's Covid rules will be in place for 'foreseeable future', says Merkel
Chancellor suggests lockdown likely to be extended, with rules eased over ChristmasGermany’s “lockdown lite” is likely to extend into the new year, as chancellor Angela Merkel said the country would have to live with restrictions “for the foreseeable future”, and her chief of staff said some restrictions would stay in place into March.The German chancellor and the heads of the country’s 16 federal states on Wednesday thrashed out an agreement to extend and tighten measures against coronavirus, with rules eased over the Christmas holidays to let people celebrate together. Continue reading...
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British coal plants fired up to meet temporary electricity shortfall
Remaining UK coal plants, including Drax, supply 6% of grid’s electricity to cover power supply drop and colder weatherBritain has fired up some of its last remaining coal power plants to help keep the lights on as the country’s wind turbines slow over a few days and the demand for electricity rises.Three of the UK’s last coal power plants, operating at Drax, West Burton, and Ratcliffe, were called on to supply 6% of electricity on Thursday morning. Continue reading...
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Algerians ask where their ‘missing’ president is
Abdelmadjid Tebboune last seen in public in mid-October 
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'How does Matt Hancock know that we're not behaving in Bolton?'
"I will look forward to reading the analysis that the Government must have done."
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TUI currently offers up to £250 off holidays including Spain, Greece and Mexico
TUI has launched Black Friday deals with savings of up to £250 off holidays including the likes of Spain, Greece and the Canary Islands as well as long-haul spots
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Wembley park deaths: Police officers could face criminal charges over ‘unofficial’ crime scene pictures
Metropolitan Police officers could face criminal charges over claims that “inappropriate” photos were taken at the scene of a double murder.  
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After the Richmond House fire, property firm Berkeley Group should do the decent thing and pay up
Before his sudden death, founder Tony Pidgley took responsibility for the errors that caused the London blaze. Now new management is shamefully denying liability, writes Chris Blackhurst
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Ian Wright says it's "fundamentally wrong" that Arsenal keep picking Bukayo Saka
Saka has made the joint-third highest amount of appearances this season from all members of the Arsenal squad as well as playing more than most players on international duty
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Marcelo Bielsa pays tribute to lost ‘idol’ Diego Maradona following Argentina legend’s death
Bielsa coached Argentina from 1998 to 2004, with the late Maradona following suit between 2008 and 2010
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'With friends like EU, best to be alone!' Britons lash out after MEP insults UK
BRITONS have lashed out after Spanish MEP Esteban Gonzalez Pons claimed the UK would know what it feels like to be "alone" next year.
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Tier poll: Are the Covid lockdown restrictions tough enough? VOTE
MILLIONS of people throughout England have been dealt a devastating blow after being placed in the highest tier of the Government's updated coronavirus lockdown system, but do you think the restrictions are tough enough?
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GOP clashes as deadline to repeal tainted bailout law nears
Hopes of repealing an energy bailout law are in danger at the Ohio Statehouse as Republican lawmakers argue sharply different positions on how and whether to repeal the legislation with only weeks before Ohioans begin to pay the price
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Mike Tyson's training partner says he has been knocking out TEETH in training for Roy Jones Jr
54-year-old Tyson is making his hugely anticipated boxing comeback after 15 years out of the ring against fellow great Roy Jones Jr in an eight-round exhibition fight in LA this weekend.
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Can you still move house in tier 2 and 3 lockdown areas?
England will re-enter the three-tier system next week.
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Miley Cyrus: Her 10 best songs ranked, from Midnight Sky to Party in the USA
Everyone’s favourite hammer-licking, mullet-sporting, camera-hogging pop provocateur has returned with her seventh album, and what feels like her hundredth career makeover in less than 15 years. To celebrate, Adam White has ranked the 10 best songs from her wildly divergent catalogue so far
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What tier are YOU in and why? Document attempts to explain curbs in each area of England
The document vaguely details why different restrictions were allocated to each area in England but refuses to reveal the thresholds. It seems to be a direct response to anger over transparency.
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Albanian woman, 30, screamed 'she tried to kill me' as she murdered girl, seven, court hears 
Eltiona Skana, 30, is accused of murdering Emily Jones after slashing her neck with a craft knife while she played on her scooter at Queen's Park in Bolton.
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Viggo Mortensen on Falling star Lance Henriksen: ‘He’s like a wolf who might gobble you up’
In the former’s directorial debut, the pair play a father and son facing up to the older man’s dementia. It offers 80-year-old Henriksen the meatiest role of his astonishing career Viggo Mortensen first met Lance Henriksen when he shot him dead. Mortensen, the Lord of the Rings star and three-time best actor Oscar nominee, was facing off the older actor – a veteran of more than 200 movies including Aliens and The Terminator – in the 2008 western Appaloosa. “There were so many bullets flying around; I don’t think any one person can take the credit for killing me,” smiles Henriksen, his voice sandpapery but sweet. As we wait for Mortensen to join our video call, he says he is tip-top today. “I turned 80. But I don’t feel no 80.” Then he switches the subject abruptly. “I can’t tell you how much Falling has changed my life,” he says. Continue reading...
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