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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink sends stark warning to Chelsea ahead of Tottenham clash
It was a topsy-turvy performance from Chelsea at the Hawthorns.
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French Open: Johanna Konta and Dan Evans join Andy Murray in suffering early exits on brutal day for Britons
British fortunes matched the miserable Parisian weather as Johanna Konta and Dan Evans joined Andy Murray in making early exits from the French Open.
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Martin Lewis' warning to anyone getting married in the next year
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Rafael recalls "amazing" Fergie speech which inspired final Premier League title
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Lorraine Kelly slams anti-lockdown protests as Kate Garraway been through 'hell'
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Two Lotto winners from Oldham have claimed their £1m prize
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Corrie's Vicky Entwistle and Bruce Jones tear up as they reunite after 4 years
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Gary Lineker and Emma Thompson back campaign asking Boris Johnson to help reunite refugee families
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Laurence Fox shares new tattoos after receiving '7 figures' from Tory donors
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle break silence on Netflix reality show claims
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This Morning Welcomes Back 81-Year-Old Iris For Another Chaotic Interview
Cast your mind back roughly 300 years to January, and you may recall a truly iconic daytime TV moment when 81-year-old Iris Jones stopped by This Morning to discuss her romance with her 36-year-old partner, Mohammed.As presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield interviewed Iris about her relationship, things took a rather graphic turn as Iris began sharing intimate details about the romance.And yes, that included the “whole tube of KY jelly” she went through on their first night together.Well, it’s been eight months, and Iris has finally done the world a favour and given a second interview to the ITV show, this time with Mohammed by her side.And things were every bit as chaotic the second time around, we can assure you.Speaking live from Cairo, Iris first updated the hosts on where things were at with their impending marriage, after which Mohammed got a few things off his own chest, in particular the way their relationship had been spoken about online.“I found [when we met] that Iris understood me… love doesn’t know any difference between religion, between age, between countries,” he said. “This is our life. Iris chose me and I chose Iris. That’s all that matters.“And I want to say something… for all the people [that] attack our love… it’s not your business, focus your lives. Go to hell, that’s all!”“He’s very passionate about his feelings,” Iris interjected.Mohammed continued: “I am angry, please listen to me, I am angry about saying on [the] media. You are saying and other people are saying ‘toyboy’. I am not a ‘toyboy’. I am a man. I am a man, OK? I am not a game, please don’t say that again.”Iris then said: “Because ‘toyboy’ means a game. Our life is not a game. Normally Mohammed is very, very shy when he’s speaking. He’s not shy in bed.”On that note, Holly questioned whether Mohammed had “had a bit of a word” with Iris after her first appearance on This Morning, to which she responded: “He asked ‘why was I so graphic?’. I said, ‘because I speak the truth’. I mean, I brought KY jelly with me this time [in Cairo], but we didn’t open it. We haven’t used it, I might take it back to the shop and get my money back.”“Iris, I told you not to say that,” Mohammed then laughed, before apologising to the hosts.At the end of the interview, Iris addressed the nation, asking if there were any job opportunities for Mohammed – or herself – in TV.She explained: “I would like to say, Mohammed is open to offers. You’ve only got to look at that face and that hair… and he’s got a perfect six pack if he keeps his stomach in. He’s available for television work.“And if anyone wants an 81-year-old woman for a fashion shoot, I’m your woman. I’m here, waiting. We could do with the money, because we’ve been spending like there’s no tomorrow! And we’re both broke.”While we’ve got you, shall we all just revisit Iris’ original This Morning appearance in all its couldn’t-walk-the-next-day, felt-like-I’d-been-riding-a-horse, saddle-sore-wasn’t-in-it glory? Truly majestic.This Morning airs every weekday from 10am on ITV.READ MORE: Holly And Phil's Faces Say It All As Nudist Reveals A Little Too Much Live On This Morning New This Morning Consumer Expert's Face Says It All After She Swears Live On Air Phillip Schofield Makes Hilarious Sex Toy Company Gaffe On This Morning
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'I told my friend her baby name is ridiculously stupid and now she's upset'
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No.10 Rejects Call For 9pm Ban On Shops Selling Alcohol
Downing Street has rejected calls for a nationwide ban on shops selling alcohol after 9pm.Andy Burnham, the mayor of Greater Manchester, warned on Monday the new 10pm curfew on bars was “doing more harm than good” as people were now holding house parties once the pubs shut, risking a greater spread of coronavirus.He told BBC Radio 4′s Today programme something needed to be done to “prevent the rush to shops once the pubs have closed”.“I received reports that the supermarkets were absolutely packed out to the rafters with people gathering,” the Labour mayor said.But asked if the government would consider a 9pm ban on takeaway alcohol, Boris Johnson’s spokesperson said: “There are already existing rules in relation to licensing.“Plus there is a requirement for all shops to ensure that any sale of items including alcoholic drinks is done in a Covid-secure way.“In terms of what people are doing elsewhere, the rule of six is in force in terms of meetings among households.”And the PM’s spokesperson also rejected calls for the 10pm curfew itself to be ditched. “The decision to reduce time to 10pm was based on the fact it had been in operation in the local lockdown areas and had been considered to strike the right balance,” they said.No.10 also said it was too early to tell whether the recently introduced “rule of six” had failed to suppress a rise in infections. “I don’t think we’re in a position to be able to say that. I think it takes a minimum of two weeks to be able to start to see the impact of measures which we have introduced,” the spokesperson said.But they did not rule out introducing further restrictions to limit the spread, including imposing a two-week “circuit break” and a ban on social mixing.It comes as parliament abandoned plans to allow alcohol to be served after 10pm in its bars and restaurants. Infectious disease modelling expert professor Graham Medley said on Saturday he did not recall the 10pm curfew being discussed by the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage).But Oliver Dowden, the culture secretary, on Sunday told the Andrew Marr Show there was “definitely science” behind the policy.Following photographs and film of large crowds gathering in city centres after closing time, professor Robert Dingwall, a sociologist who also advises the government, said it was another example of “patrician policymaking”.“When were any of those involved in making this decision last in a city centre pub at closing time? The disdain for the night-time economy reflects the puritan streak in public health that has marked so many interventions,” he said.“Anyone with a basic knowledge of sociology, anthropology, socio-legal studies or criminology would have predicted the transport chaos that Andy Burnham has described – and the street parties that we have seen elsewhere.”John Apter, national chair of the Police Federation, said police had difficulty dispersing large crowds that gathered with only limited numbers of officers available.“You might only have one or two people in a busy high street at 10pm when hundreds and hundreds of people are coming out on to the streets,” he told Today.Related... Is The 10pm Curfew Doing 'More Harm Than Good'? Parliament Backs Down And Says 10pm Curfew Will Apply To MPs' Bars After All
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Right Said Fred are hit by backlash for joining anti-lockdown march in London 
Brothers Fred and Richard Fairbrass were slammed after tweeting a picture from the anti-lockdown protest in London on Saturday.
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Armed ex-Trump aide barricades himself in house after being sidelined by president
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Alicia Keys discusses ‘completely unacceptable’ lack of arrests over Breonna Taylor’s death
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Pizza Hut saved but 73 restaurants will still close - the full list
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Loose Women clash as Carol McGiffin accuses Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of ‘hypocrisy’ over rumoured Netflix TV series
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Nine alarming things we learned from Donald Trump's bombshell finances
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New furlough rules from Thursday - how your pay is changing on October 1
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Donald Trump ‘didn’t pay tax but spent £55,000 on his hair in one year’
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons cleans up at Japan Game Awards
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Belarus detains 500 at weekend anti-government protests
Authorities in Belarus have detained 500 people during weekend protests against the country’s authoritarian president, who has claimed his sixth term in office in an election widely seen as rigged
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Google boss bed-bound at 33 after 'broken arm' turned out to be brain cancer
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Dimitar Berbatov offers stark Man United assessment in Liverpool comparison
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Coronavirus: £1,000 fine for falsely reporting a contact to force them to self-isolate
Anyone falsely naming an enemy as a coronavirus contact in order to force them to self-isolate can be fined £1,000, under new regulations coming into force today, which also ban pubs and bars from playing loud music or allowing people to sing and dance
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No10 refuses to review 10pm pub curfew and tries to shift blame onto pubgoers
Chaotic scenes in city centres have sparked alarm, with Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham saying the rules were 'doing more harm than good'
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Surge in coronavirus cases in the UK 'could speed up progress of Oxford vaccine trials'
Oxford University's frontrunner vaccine candidate was supposed to be rolled out this autumn but trials came to a standstill when infection rates in Britain petered out over summer.
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Corrie's Sally Carman on why she can't film with co-star and real-life fiancé
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No.10 'Expects' University Students To Be Allowed To Go Home For Christmas
Downing Street has said it “expects” that students will be able to go home for Christmas despite coronavirus outbreaks on campuses.It marks an apparent relaxing of the government’s position after culture secretary Oliver Dowden could only say he wanted students to be able to return home if Britons follow Covid-19 restrictions and get the virus under control.“We would expect all students to be able to go home at Christmas,” Boris Johnson’s official spokesperson told reporters on Monday.The prime minister is facing pressure to address the situation in universities after warnings from the National Union of Students (NUS) that people are being “trapped” in their halls of residence in “disgusting conditions” due to self isolation rules.This is a breaking news story and will be updated. Follow HuffPost UK on Twitter here, and on Facebook here.
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Slave sale block set to be displayed in museum, with context
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Nadia Sawalha recreates Gwyneth Paltrow's naked pic by stripping off in garden
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Egyptian partner, 25, of British gran, 80, insists their relationship IS genuine
Mohamed Ahmed Ibriham, 35, swept British gran Iris Jones, 80, from Somerset, off her feet when they met on Facebook and has lashed out on This Morning after being branded a 'toyboy'.
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8,000 children and 350 teachers self-isolating in just one city
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Conor McGregor shows off new look as he and Manny Pacquiao begin training
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Parishioners vote to remove memorial stone commemorating 18th century plantation owner
The controversial 5ft tall plaque inside St Peter's Church in Dorchester, Dorset, praises the 'bravery' and 'humanity' of 18th century plantation owner John Gordon.
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Covid: Manchester Metropolitan students 'feel completely neglected'
Manchester Metropolitan University students worry about food and mental health as they self-isolate.
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Top Gear’s Freddie Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness keep dangerous stunts secret from wives
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Council teams have knocked on thousands of doors in Oldham
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Builder, 36, paralysed after freak trampoline accident at friend's barbecue
The 36-year-old dad-of-two lost his balance bouncing on the trampoline and fell straight onto his neck, breaking it so badly he was choking for breath
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Australia's Big Things are a cult hit from a huge pineapple to boxing crocodile
Australia's Big Things have become a firm favourite with road trippers from the Big Banana to the Boxing Crocodile
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Lawyer: Russian suspect denies involvement in downing MH17
A lawyer for one of the suspects charged in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014 says her client denies any involvement and wants to explain his version of events in court
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Election 2020 Today: Tax bombshell, presidential debate prep
Trump has worked for decades to build an image of himself as a hugely successful businessman — even choosing “mogul” as his Secret Service code name
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