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Extinction Rebellion protesters dressed as bees 'stick' themselves to Conservative Party campaign bus
Extinction Rebellion protesters, some dressed as bees, have reportedly "stuck" themselves to a Conservative Party campaign bus.
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Recycled laptops triggering toxic fumes in Thailand
Lungs of the locals suffer as ever-more electronic waste arrives despite ban
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What will parents do on polling day?
Send your letters to letters@independent.co.uk
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The unsolved case of a six-year-old girl who went missing 42 years ago
The unsolved case of Mary Boyle, dubbed Ireland's Madeleine McCann, who went missing in County Donegal, aged six, is explored in a new BBC podcast.
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Oxford University student ‘said “this is really awkward”’ after alleged rape
‘I went to sleep saying, “I am not going to have sex with you”’, the victim said.
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The Reader: £100k fruit? The art world's gone bananas
I don't know who's the barmier — Maurizio Catellan, the Italian "artist" whose latest work "Comedian" was, before it was eaten, a banana stuck to a wall with duct tape, or the unnamed collector who paid $120,000 for it.
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Rationed mail-order STI tests in London 'as competitive as Glastonbury tickets'
A mail-order STI testing service in London is reportedly limited to 5,000 tests per week and one patient reported having to get up at 7am on a Sunday to beat the crowds to get one.
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How to de-ice your car and windscreen in the winter
As we head into the months, the weather is only going to get colder and the nights frostier.
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Finland’s new prime minister becomes world’s youngest head of government at 34
She is leading a five-party, centre-left coalition. The four other parties in the coalition are headed by women - three of whom are also in their early 30s.
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RB Salzburg v Liverpool: Champions League – live!
Champions League updates from the 5.55pm GMT kick-offLive scoreboard: the latest from Tuesday’s matchesAnd you can email Paul here or tweet him here 12.14pm GMT Hello. Welcome to a match that Liverpool never wanted to matter. The European champions were expected to have wrapped up qualification for the knockout stages by now. Instead they travel to Austria at risk of becoming only the second holders in the Champions League era – after Chelsea in 2012 - to be eliminated in the group phase. Nobody wants to be like Chelsea.The risk is real. Salzburg are free-scoring buccaneers with boundless energy and a genuine prodigy up front: 19-year-old Erling Braut Haalann, scorer of 28 goals in 21 matches so far this season, including eight in his five group games so far. That includes the one he hit when these sides met at Anfield, when Liverpool cantered into a 3-0 lead before being slapped repeatedly across the chops and waking up in time to prevail 4-3. That lesson should serve Liverpool well today. There’s unlikely to be any complacency from Jürgen Klopp’s team and the manager, surely, will deploy his full-strength side after giving key players time off in their last two Premier League matches. Continue reading...
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Marcus Rashford lifts lid on Manchester United academy
The Man United striker has been one of several academy graduates to star in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first team this season.
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Cowboy hat-wearing pigeons spotted strolling around Las Vegas during rodeo
The birds were spotted by stunned local Robert Lee
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Boris Johnson: Londoners know me — I can help stop the chaos and move us on
As most Standard readers are no doubt aware, for eight years I had the honour of being Mayor of this great city of London. In that time we showed how to get things done. On my watch, the most successful Olympic & Paralympic Games in history was delivered on time and on budget.
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Don't be sorry, we're all voting for the least bad option
When I was in my late teens, I used to canvas for the Conservatives with my mother, former MP Amber Rudd, down in Hastings. I knew next to nothing about politics, but I knocked on doors armed with party pledges and smiles, recounting the list of reasons my mum would be fantastic. It was relatively easy.
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British Olympic Association left 'dismayed' by a legal challenge led by Team GB athletes
The British Olympic Association have said they are 'dismayed' by the legal challenge being pursued by a group of leading athletes against their marketing rules and have issued a robust comeback.
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Will it snow this Christmas? Latest UK weather forecast for December
Bing Crosby once sang about it and it's something we all dream of - but will we get a white Christmas this year?
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Co-inventor of the barcode dies
George Laurer was an electrical engineer with IBM in North Carolina's Research Triangle Park in the early 1970s, when he developed the Universal Product Code, or barcode.
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Inter Milan vs Barcelona predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Champions League fixture tonight
Italians need a victory to guarantee their place in the last-16
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Freeman’s lawyer claims British Cycling coach covered up Sutton doping offence
• Freeman’s barrister makes explosive allegations at tribunal• Shane Sutton says he never tested positive in careerRichard Freeman’s barrister has claimed a current British Cycling coach used a Coke can containing urine to try to help Shane Sutton cover up a doping offence during his riding career.The explosive allegation was among several against Sutton raised by the former British Cycling doctor’s barrister Mary O’Rourke QC during Dr Freeman’s ongoing medical tribunal on Tuesday. Continue reading...
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The Grand Tour host James May approves of new Top Gear presenters – unlike Jeremy Clarkson
James May thinks there's room for Top Gear and The Grand Tour.
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Bill Cosby's appeal to overturn sexual conviction denied by court
The shamed comedian's lawyers asked the Pennsylvania judge who sent him to prison for up to 10 years for sexual assault to grant him a new trial, or to reduce his sentence because of alleged procedural errors
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Hero police dog Ted helps catch suspected burglar after a dramatic car chase
Ted's handler PC Paul Shannon said he was 'extremely proud' of the German Shepherd
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Minister hints Tories could crack down on tactical voting campaigns
Tory Justice Secretary Robert Buckland claims he's seen 'sinister' leaflets urging the public to vote tactically to defeat Conservative candidates
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I'm A Celeb's Andy Whyment jets home as he promises fame won't change him
The Coronation Street star proved to be a fan favourite during his stint on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here
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Tiger Woods warns Patrick Reed after cheat storm ahead of Presidents Cup
The 2018 Masters champ insists he has done nothing wrong.
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Greenland ice melt puts 400 million people at risk of coastal flooding by 2100
The region has lost 3.8 trillion tonnes of ice since 1992
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sends first team message to Man Utd academy stars
Man Utd have always had a proud history of bringing through world class youngsters from their academy and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to continue the tradition
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Man creates website so people can give Boris their own Love Actually message
'Me and my friend thought since he is desperate to become an internet sensation we would try and help.'
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‘Rapist’ cop ‘told victim he liked when she fought back’
The woman said she tried to stop Westerman as he got on top of her, but he 'told her that he liked it when she pushed at him and when she told him to stop.'
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Have a Banksy Christmas: his Birmingham reindeer are an artistic miracle
Rather than exploit ‘the homeless’, this painting empowers rough sleepers to draw attention to their individualityIs Banksy the new Charles Dickens? The anonymous street artist’s Christmas creation combines jolly sentiment with genuine compassion in a way that would make the Victorian author of A Christmas Carol tingle all over. What’s more, his latest artwork is both imaginative and thumpingly true – a Christmas cracker with a bang of reality inside. Related: Red noses appear on Banksy's Birmingham homeless reindeer mural Continue reading...
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RB Salzburg vs Liverpool LIVE score: TV channel, live stream and team news
Liverpool aim to take a big step forward in their bid to retain the Champions League trophy by progressing to the knockout stage vs RB Salzburg
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Bisexual veteran kicked out of Navy becomes first of many to get medals returned
Joe Ousalice, 68, had served for almost 18 years as a radio operator when he was discharged in 1993 when a court martial found him guilty of "conduct prejudicial to good order and naval discipline"
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India protests: Hundreds demonstrate against citizenship bill excluding Muslims
The bill will grant citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan
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Fox ripped apart by hounds after activist lies on animal in effort to protect it
New figures reveal 126 witness reports of suspected illegal fox hunting in a six week period
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Tragic youngster, 16, plunges to his death during a family hike on a mountain
Timothy Murray, from Brighouse, West Yorkshire, became separated from his parents near Stac Pollaidh, a peak in the Scottish Highlands and suffered a catastrophic fall
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A young, female Prime Minister is inspiring Finland — but judge her on her actions not her gender
Sanna Marin sounds ace. And not just because she is a woman. While Londoners lamented our chronically uninspiring election campaign yesterday, a picture was released of Finland's new government — a centre-Left coalition of women led by Social Democrat Marin, who at 34 is the world's youngest leader.
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Chinese fury over call to name Berlin Zoo pandas Hong and Kong in support of democracy protests
Berlin zoo has felt the wrath of Chinese social media users after it proposed the names 'Hong' and 'Kong' for its first-born panda twins. Chinese users called for the pandas to be returned.
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I’m A Celebrity’s Roman Kemp looks smitten with girlfriend Anne-Sophie Flury as they head home from jungle
He looks like the cat who got the cream.
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Pubgoers spotted on CCTV may hold key to murder of antiques dealer
Robyn Mercer was found by a neighbour just after 8am lying face down and soaked in blood, just a short distance from the front door of her £850,000 home in West Molesey, Surrey,.on March 14 2016.
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Wildlife photographer has a nerve-racking close encounter with a herd of curious elephants
Ewan Wilson from Cardiff, Wales, captured the gentle herd from a truck in Bo-Karoo, in Northern Cape province of South Africa, on November 24. The elephants appear calm in front of the camera.
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Trump impeachment explained: What is the president being charged with and what happens next?
Democrats unveil articles accusing president of abusing his power and obstructing Congress
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Kirstie Allsopp reveals she's given her children new iPads after she 'smashed' their old ones
Kirstie Allsopp, 48, has revealed she has given her children Oscar, 13, and Bay, 11, new iPads - after hitting headlines last year for 'smashing' their old ones because they broke screen time rules.
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Angels of the North review – the sassy scissor sisters will snip you now!
Step inside Longlox, the glorious Gateshead salon where Bev, SammyJo and their gang of seraphim stylists will make you Insta-readyNOW it’s Christmas. Technically, Angels of the North (BBC Three) has nothing to do with the festive season, but trust me: you will feel as cheery after watching a 20-minute episode as you might after flinging back a mince pie and a glass of Baileys. And as you might with the mince pie and a glass of Baileys, you will undoubtedly follow it with a few more helpings and gorge your way to true happiness.The celestial beings in question comprise seraphim 31-year-old SammyJo, who owns and runs Longlox salon in Gateshead, and cherub Bev, SammyJo’s mother and “mamager”, who oversee a fluttery host of teenage and twentysomething angels who are mostly called Lauren unless they are not. Continue reading...
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