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Stop slamming The Last Jedi, it’s the best Star Wars film since Empire Strikes Back
I think the film is one of the bravest and most ambitious chapters in franchise cinema history. 
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The Homeless Fund: Homeless people cast votes on election day for a brighter future
Electoral rules allow people without a fixed address to register at a place where they spend a lot of time, such as a hostel
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Labour candidate offers voters a lift to polling stations in marginal seat
Ruth George warned her would-be voters about the terrible weather in her rural constituency on social media.
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Connor Marsden jailed over Melissa Tate hit-and-run death
Connor Marsden was driving at more than twice the speed limit when he struck the 10-year-old.
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Standard Liege vs Arsenal LIVE: Team news, line-ups and more ahead of Europa League fixture today
Follow all the action live from the Stade Maurice Dufrasne
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Alice Sloman: Opportunity missed to prevent girl's death
An expert said doctors could have found Alice Sloman, 14, had an enlarged heart before her death.
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Another Jamie Oliver restaurant closes as Fifteen Cornwall shuts doors with loss of 100 jobs
It has been run by a charitable trust, separate from Jamie's main food empire.
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White Island volcano body retrieval mission begin on Friday despite chance of eruption
New Zealand Defence Force officials will risk their lives to recover the bodies of six Australians and two of their countrymen, four days after Monday's tragic blast.
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'No survivors' on plane that vanished with 38 on board as human remains found
The C-130 disappeared with 17 crew and 21 passengers on board shortly after take off from the southern city of Punta Arenas, Chile
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Beyoncé has mastered this celebrity age as creator of worlds, sayer of nothing
In this era in which stars keep tight control of their publicity, Beyoncé’s offer to answer fans questions was refreshing – if the answers were ... not always clear-cutI need not remind you that we were forced to stare directly into the concept of Josh Brolin’s allegedly red-raw anus last week, so I think it is fair to say that we live in a brave, unheralded, fantastic new era of celebrity overshare. This, as best I can tell, is the third age. In the studio-contract, golden-age-of-Hollywood days, stars said basically nothing, sharing only titbits of their life via fanzine-level magazine features and newspaper columnist gossip items, and most of those were distributed by savvy studio heads, chomping six inches deep into a cigar while they did it. We only learned about all their threesomes long after they all died.Then a little loosening of the rules, some chum in the water: deep-dive magazine profiles, rock stars saying outrageous things live on television, high-profile relationships and the monetisation of divorce. Britain’s cottage industry for “posed paparazzi photos of someone in the despair of their life” is a particular guilty thrill of mine, which is why I love Arg from Towie so much. He provides a rolling feed of it, constantly either moving in or moving out of Gemma Collins’s house or being told by a doctor he is going to die if he doesn’t stop eating Toblerones in the bath, and there is forever a long-lens camera trained on him while he does it, thickly enacting what he thinks anguish looks like. Continue reading...
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Council hits out at 'malicious' hoax wrongly claiming New Smithfield Market will close next year
An investigation is underway after an image was created to appear to be a genuine page of Manchester city council's website
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A-Z of election night jargon
Don’t know your purdah from your psephology? Here’s our handy overview of terms you’ll be hearing a lot tonightAgents: Everyone standing for election has an agent who manages their spending, form-filling and communications with election authorities, and is usually the person scowling as the result is read out if they haven’t won.Angry voters: Politicians are unlikely to encounter them on election night, but you might get a bit of heckling as the results are read out, especially high-profile, unpopular government ministers.Angst: The feeling you’ve had in your stomach all day about how crucial this election result is going to be. Continue reading...
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Inside the quirky sci-fi inspired hostel with 'space pods' instead of rooms
The Galaxy Pod hostel offers up a stay that will have you feeling like you're starring in a sci-fi film thanks to its quirky 'space pods'
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Jack Leach: ‘To see how my one not out affected so many was a special thing’
Leach’s innings during a remarkable Ashes win at Headingley turned the England spinner into a cult hero, known even to those who do not usually follow cricketJack Leach has learned to take nothing for granted. He is England’s senior spinner while Moeen Ali takes an open-ended sabbatical. Yet even this status is not entirely reassuring.In Hamilton earlier this month he was omitted from the Test team when England opted for an all-pace attack, augmented by two part-time spinners, against New Zealand; then he was laid low with a serious bout of gastroenteritis that led to him spending two nights in hospital. He is just about back to full strength as he sets off for South Africa on Friday. Continue reading...
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The Premier League's Champions League stroll, Fifa, Kinder eggs and more – Football Weekly Extra
Max Rushden, Philippe Auclair, Nicky Bandini and Jonathan Wilson discuss Salah’s precise finishing, Chelsea’s transfer targets, the unbearable dominance of the group stages, a Hungarian talent among others waiting to be scooped up by bigger boys and a home without Kinder eggsJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.We start by discussing the Champions League group stages as a whole, and whether the concentration of knockout teams from the “big five” leagues is a bad thing for the competition as a whole. Continue reading...
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Humans are genetically hardwired to only live for 38 YEARS
Scientists at Australia's national science agency used genetic markers of different vertebrates to identify the lifespans of living and extinct animals, including humans.
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Water ice deposits found less than an INCH below the surface on Mars
Surface particles scraped up by NASA's Phoenix lander and analysis of craters from orbit have spotted the frozen water just one inch (2.5cm) below the surface.
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Standard Liege vs Arsenal kick-off time, TV channel, live stream, odds and team news
The Gunners need to avoid a heavy defeat
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Flight MH370 mystery may never be solved 'because of crucial 18 minute window'
The Malaysian Airlines jet, which was carrying 239 passengers from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared from radar just seconds after entered into Vietnamese airspace
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The true story that inspired the new WWI film, 1917, based on director Sam Mendes' grandfather 
Alfred H Mendes, who wrote short stories and novels, was born in Trinidad in 1897 and died in 1991. He fought for Britain in the Great War from 1916 until he was gassed in May 1918.
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Tesco is offering Clubcard members 50% off a litre bottle of Baileys
If you're a Tesco Clubcard holder, you can now snap up a litre bottle of Baileys for just a tenner
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American comedian Chris Cotton dies at 32 leaving behind pregnant wife
Comedian Chris Cotton has died at the age of 32 and the cause of his passing has not been made public
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RB Salzburg confirm transfer talks for Manchester United target Erling Haaland
Man Utd's chief scout watched Erling Haaland in action for RB Salzburg against Liverpool earlier this week.
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Former footballers convicted of sexually assaulting teenage girl
Ex-Arandina FC players jailed for 38 years each after attack on 15-year-old child
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John Morrison explains long WWE exile and why the time is right for his comeback
He only meant to take a year out of the ring.
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Juice Wrld's family say they hope his legacy will help others 'win their battles' against addiction
The family of Juice Wrld have spoken out about the rapper's recent death, saying they hope his legacy will help others battling addiction.
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Former beauty queen is found GUILTY of funding terrorism
Amaani Noor, 21, of Liverpool, who fell in love with a jihadi called Hakim My Love after he wooed her with messages sent on her 20th birthday, planned to join him in Syria.
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FIFA 20 Team of the Year shortlist revealed: Premier League players dominate 55-man list
More than half of the 55-man shortlist ply their trade in the Premier League and users can vote for the TOTY before Friday 20 December
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Standard Liege vs Arsenal LIVE score: TV channel, live stream and team news
Arsenal can still get knocked out of the Europa League if they lose to Standard Liege and Eintract Frankfurt beat Vitoria on Thursday evening
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Standard Liege vs Arsenal lineups: Starting lineups confirmed - Freddie Ljungberg goes 3-4-3
Arsenal lineup: Martinez; Sokratis, David Luiz, Mavropanos, Maitland-Niles, Willock, Guendouzi, Saka; Nelson, Lacazette, Smith Rowe
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‘Idiot decided to go shoplifting at ‘shop with a cop’ event crammed with police officers’
Serial shoplifter Sunny Firestone is said to have picked an unusual event to shoplift at...with predictable results
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Takumi Minamino's flawless record Liverpool will hope to extend this season
The Japanese international is set to join the Reds in January after the Merseysiders moved swiftly to strike a £7.25million deal with Red Bull Salzburg
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Autistic people are not all superheroes, but we’re not all tragic, either | Ellen Jones
Until we’re allowed to tell our own stories, others will continue to tell them based on myths and false assumptionsWith the return of Netflix’s Atypical for its third season, and the increasingly huge public profiles of neurodiverse figures such as Greta Thunberg, it seems that autism has never been talked about more in the mainstream media. And yet depictions of autism frequently fail those they claim to represent, with dire consequences for autistic people. Related: Greta Thunberg responds to Asperger's critics: 'It's a superpower' Continue reading...
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Rise in flu deaths and patients admitted to hospital triggers government alert to GPs
There were eight deaths in intensive care units in the week to December 8 where flu was a factor
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Knightsbridge stabbing: Grieving family of Omani student murdered near Harrods reveals 'eternal' heartbreak
The grieving family of a 20-year-old student who was stabbed to death in Knightsbridge has said their "hearts are eternally broken".
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Nadia Sawalha's make-up bag was found to be FOUR times dirtier than a toilet seat
Discussing the news that most of us apply make-up products that could be covered in bacteria, the Loose Women put their own cosmetic bags under the microscope - and were shocked by the results.
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Tiger that mauled keeper to death could have killed children as gate left open
Rosa King, 33, was attacked by Malayan tiger Cicip as she cleaned his enclosure at Hamerton Zoo in Cambridgeshire, with the area only being secured when a member of the public spotted her bloodied body
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Santa is pulled along by a BMW and even takes a selfie as he speeds down Russian highway
The Santa Claus was seen riding down the highway attached to the back of a blue BMW in the city of Rostov-on-Don in south-western Russia's Rostov Oblast region.
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Jersey City shooting suspects tied to Black Hebrew Israelites, authorities say
Shooting left one officer dead alongside three civilians, and the two shooters
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The 50 best dresses of the decade ranked, from Villanelle's pink tutu to Kate Middleton's wedding dress
Iconic gowns that have earned their place in fashion history
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Driver who killed schoolgirl, 10, in hit-and-run jailed for seven years
Connor Marsden failed to stop and later abandoned his Renault Kangoo.
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Wildest royal revelations from Sarah Ferguson's explosive Vogue interview
The Duchess of York sat down for a tell-all interview with the famous magazine, discussing everything from Meghan Markle and Princess Diana to those claims about Jeffrey Epstein
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What happens to Brexit if there's a hung Parliament after the General Election?
In the close-run election anything could happen as people go to the polls
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