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SARAH VINE: Carrie Symonds has finally earned the right to be First Lady of Downing Street
SARAH VINE: There are many lessons to be learned from the election, not least that British voters are a fundamentally sensible lot who don't take kindly to being bullied by spittle-flecked extremists.
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Frank Lampard rates Chelsea transfer target Nathan Ake
He could return to Stamford Bridge in January.
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I’m A Celebrity’s Jacqueline Jossa shuts down pregnancy rumours as she enjoys day out with Dan Osborne
She joked about being bloated.
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So proud we are set to be trans parents: They're the ex-Army captain and actor who both transitioned
Jake and Hannah Graf are to be Britain's first transgender parents after announcing their baby girl due in April. They are using a surrogate and will protect their girl from the 'hatred' they experienced.
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How Duke used pseudonym to set up secret firm with sports tycoon
In 2001 Prince Andrew was said to be visiting the island of Phuket, Thailand, on a Christmas trip organised by Johan Eliasch, a Monaco-based tycoon behind the top sports brand Head.
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Caroline Flack 'cut hand on broken glass' in 'bust-up with boyfriend' before arrest
Love Island star Caroline Flack was reportedly treated for cuts to her hand after being arrested at her north London home yesterday
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Uber launches appeal to regain London taxi license after TFL suspension
TfL rejected Uber's application for a new London licence due to ‘several breaches that placed passengers and their safety at risk’.
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General Election 2019: Moments from results day
From the Tories winning seats in traditional Labour heartlands to Jo Swinson losing her seat.
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Teenager stabbed man he had 'bad feeling with' millimetres from his heart
Soheil Bahmanifard attacked Amirreza Ramezani outside a centre for asylum seekers in Newport, after sneaking into the kitchen and hiding a knife in his trousers
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X Factor: The Band reveals new boyband ready to take on rival girl band in show’s final
They will compete with the new girl group in the show's final.
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Star Wars' Richard E Grant says Rise of Skywalker backlash will be unavoidable
Actor joins franchise in final instalment of sequel trilogy
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Holly Willoughby gets boozy with Emma Bunton and Christine Lampard during festive lunch
This Morning host Holly Willoughby spent the afternoon enjoying champagne with her celebrity pals on the pricey Belmond British Pullman for a vintage train experience
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Police spotted at Caroline Flack’s house after Love Island star’s assault charges
Officers were seen with first aid response kits.
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Katarina Johnson-Thompson: ‘I didn’t want to be at the Rio Olympics but I’m ready for Tokyo’
The world champion has been revitalised by a move to Montpellier and has put the lows of 2016 and 2017 behind her“In a way I crave those moments now,” Katarina Johnson-Thompson says of the quiet and the solitude that helped her become the heptathlon world champion this year after she had suffered so much doubt and disappointment in past major events. “If I don’t get enough quiet time now, I go a bit mad. I like that quiet time, especially between training sessions.”Johnson-Thompson flies back from her warm weather training camp in Martinique on Saturday and she will join five other athletes on the shortlist for the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year on a cold Sunday evening in Aberdeen. It is another sign of the progress she has made in 2019 that Johnson-Thompson has been selected alongside Ben Stokes, Dina Asher-Smith, Raheem Sterling, Lewis Hamilton and Alun Wyn Jones in the annual BBC vote. Continue reading...
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Danny Cipriani: ‘From a kid to an adult, it’s been rejection for me’
The Gloucester fly-half on coming to terms with his England snub and only learning what Eddie Jones thinks of him through his bookFor a long time Danny Cipriani believed in destiny. He would be turning 32 on 2 November, the same day as the Rugby World Cup final in Japan, and he kept telling himself that, against the odds, things could still fall into place. “I thought it was fate,” he murmurs, as the midweek rain sluices down the Portakabin windows at Gloucester’s Hartpury College training centre. Related: Scott Wisemantel appointed Australia attack coach after leaving England Continue reading...
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Kellyanne Conway says Trump is fond of former Epstein lawyer Alan Derschowitz amid rumours he may join impeachment team
President's legal team coming into shape as president faces Senate trial for obstruction and abuses of power
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Harlequins’ Champions Cup hopes all but ended by Ulster mauling
• Harlequins 10-34 Ulster• John Cooney double helps visitors to fourth straight winHarlequins had been challenged to take inspiration from the world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in their rematch against Ulster but once more it was the in-form scrum-half John Cooney who delivered the knockout blow.Cooney, who kicked the decisive penalty in Ulster’s one-point victory a week ago, proved Harlequins’ tormentor-in-chief again, ending with two delightful tries and exerting a control over proceedings that will not have gone unnoticed by Ireland’s new head coach Andy Farrell. His first try was a fine team move but the second was a delicious bit of skill, prodding the loose ball ahead with his foot, gathering and stepping his way over and condemning Harlequins to a sixth defeat of the season. He ended the match with 19 points and suffice it to say Conor Murray has a battle on his hands to hold on to Ireland’s No9 jersey. Continue reading...
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DOMINIC SANDBROOK: We love our country. Corbyn never understood that. Boris did.
DOMINIC SANDBROOK: To future generations, the names of toppled Labour strongholds will tell the story of Boris Johnson's tidal wave.
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It looks like a Rihanna documentary could be heading to Amazon
They have said to have paid $25million (£19million) for the rights.
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Myleene Klass celebrates Christmas in style as she rocks festive personalised jumper on the way to work
She took part in National Christmas Jumper Day.
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Strangers help man who begs for help with food and heating in notice on his gate
The 59-year-old man from Nottingham said he was struggling to make ends meet, and put up the sign in the hope that a neighbour might be able to help
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French newspaper Liberation depicts Boris Johnson as the QUEEN
Liberation, a daily newspaper in France, has edited the Prime Minister's face on to an image of the Queen for its weekend coverage of the latest development in the Brexit saga.
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Lily Allen deletes Twitter after accusing Brits of voting for 'less brown people'
Pop star Lily Allen has quit Twitter after accusing Tory supporters of voting for 'kids to die without healthcare' and 'less brown people' in an epic election rant
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A murder investigation has been launched after a body was found in leafy village, police have confirmed
A teenager is in custody
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Domino's store fined £10,000 after customer finds metal object in their pizza
The takeaway branch in Caerphilly, Wales, was found to be using damaged pizza pizza screens which resulted in a customer's meal being contaminated with the foreign object
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A&E waiting times worst in a decade as NHS warns of winter pressures
Ever major unit missed its waiting time target for the first time since targets were brought in.
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Labour voters in Tony Blair's former constituency say 'give us back our party'
EXCLUSIVE: In Sedgefield in Country Durham, where Tony Blair held his seat six times, stunned Labour voters woke up to find the 'red wall' had crumbled after the Tories' general election landslide
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Jesse Lingard insists controversial Snapchat holiday video was an accident
The Manchester United midfielder was criticised by fans and pundits after posting a video from his holiday with teammate Marcus Rashford in Miami
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Dad finds ‘pungent’ dead snake inside Christmas wreath
‘We were just super unlucky I think, because it was the first wreath we'd bought ever.’
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Ash Sarkar: Young people are the future hope for Labour after devastating loss
Journalist Ash Sarkar on Labour's bruising loss in ex-industrial strongholds as the Red Wall crumbled - with Labour seats since the end of World War I being lost to the Tories
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Battle for the Labour leadership has begun after the party's worst defeat in 80 years
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has ruled himself out of the race after a catastrophic election while Jess Phillips and Keir Starmer lead the early pack
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Challenges facing Boris Johnson now he has free rein after election landslide
The Tory Prime Minister talked a good game in the run-up to his emphatic General Election 2019 victory. Now we take a look at the challenges facing Boris Johnson as voters want action, not words...
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Charlie Nicholas fears Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandere Lacazette will let Arsenal down against Man City
A lot of pressure will be on their shoulders.
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Lisa Nandy: Labour has to become rooted in our communities again to win
The Wigan MP has called for the party to listen to its former votes to avoid a repeat of this weeks electoral disaster
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Brian Reade: The Prime Minister is a specialist in letting people down
The 'post Brexit paradise' will not be pleasant, as many of the people who voted for the Tories this time round will soon discover
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Jesse Lingard details heartbreaking family agony with star's mother battling illness
Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard admits problems in his private life - including his mother becoming ill - affected his performances for the Red Devils
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EastEnders' Phil Mitchell violently attacks Sharon in explosive Christmas trailer
EastEnders viewers were left 'shaking' after watching the dramatic trailer which strongly hinted that the Mitchell family will not survive this fiery Christmas
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Voice of the Mirror: Labour's malaise goes far deeper than just one individual
After Labour's electoral drubbing there needs to be a period of reflection - then the party needs to build bridges with those who have left the party behind
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Stop defending an irresponsible movie and start apologising | Benjamin Lee
The controversy swirling around an unverified claim of a journalist having sex with an FBI agent in Clint Eastwood’s new movie has led to a string of unconvincing justificationsThe ongoing furore over Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-hungry new drama Richard Jewell shows no signs of abating, partly because the contentious issue at its centre is so egregious and partly because no one involved with the film is willing to admit this.The film purports to tell the “true” story of the heroic security guard who found the pipe bomb which killed one person and injured 111 others at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. He was heralded as a hero until he became the focus of the FBI investigation, a fact that was first made public in the Atlanta Journal Constitution before getting picked up across the country. Jewell was ultimately found innocent after a difficult 88 days of accusations and media focus. Continue reading...
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Pedophile jailed for convincing his girlfriends to sexually abuse their own children
Prosecutors say Martorelli persuaded the women he dated to film themselves engaging in sex acts with their own children.
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First picture of man, 22, stabbed to death in woods during altercation
Tragic Mohamud Hashi, 22, died as a result of his injuries after the stabbing in Milton Keynes on Wednesday afternoon
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Racism claims and 'forced labour camps': The most controversial new Tory MPs who won seats in general election
Several of 108 incoming Conservatives faced allegations during election campaign
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BBC QT member lashes out at Labour's Brexit strategy during election 'how dare you!'
LABOUR's Stephen Kinnock received vicious backlash by a BBC Question Time audience member who labelled Labour "absolutely abhorrent" for not respecting the Brexit referendum result.
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Comedian Mark Steel reflects on being a milkman as an 18-year-old in the 1970s
The funnyman has shared anecdotes from his time driving around on a milk float delivering diary in the 1970s
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Emmerdale pays tribute to Annie Sugden actress Sheila Mercier as she dies
The Annie Sugden actress passed away aged 100.
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Boris Johnson rules out second Scottish Referendum after SNP make huge gains
The SNP leader has insisted her party’s ‘watershed’ success in the General Election shows that Scotland wants a different future to the rest of the UK.
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Jacqueline Jossa declares she's 'bloated not pregnant' as she dismisses baby bump rumours
I'm A Celebrity winner Jacqueline Jossa posed in a tight dress and denied she's expecting baby number three with husband Dan Osborne
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