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Fancy five hours of Pennywise? Andy Muschietti teases epic supercut of IT Chapter One and Chapter Two
Five hours of Pennywise? Five hours of terror.
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British tourist chased down street by waitress annoyed by $20 tip
If you’re going to tip someone make sure you do it properly or they may run after you.
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Man Utd 'change Alexis Sanchez transfer terms' as Inter Milan negotiations continue
The Italian club are reportedly still confident about completing a deal despite United's tough negotiating stance
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Big Issue seller accused of being 'too well-dressed' forced to abandon 'expensive' dog
Shaun Vagg says he's received abuse in Hull city centre and has now decided to ditch Ronnie, his Japanese Akita
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Trained dancer Michelle Visage doesn’t have Strictly Come Dancing advantage as she laughs off ‘curse’
Michelle won't have the upper hand when it comes to ballroom dancing.
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Family told 'room didn't exist' on TUI holiday at hotel with 'health hazard' pool
EXCLUSIVE Lisa Wood, 40, claims the hotel in Crete, Greece, was still under a refurbishment during the family's stay - with workmen drilling and no blinds on their hotel windows
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Mum, 34, has never been able to pick up her own children due to rare condition
Abi Torkington, who suffers from hereditary spastic parathesis dare not pick up either of her two daughters in case she falls over
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Wannabe actress takes 12-week CGI course - then lands jobs on Star Wars, Men In Black and Detective Pikachu
Siona chose to pursue a career in visual effects instead after completing a part-time National Lottery-backed BFI Film Academy ‘Cinemagic’ course
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Who played for Manchester United in behind closed doors game
Man Utd played Sheffield United in a behind-closed-doors game at Carrington, where Alexis Sanchez, Juan Mata and Mason Greenwood appeared.
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Fighting dogs are pitted against wild boar in Indonesia as hundreds gather to watch blood sport
Hundreds of spectators gather around the muddy pits in West Java province, placing bets of up to £120 on their favored pit bulls and terriers for payouts in excess of £1,000.
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Cristiano Ronaldo hits out at price of defenders after record Harry Maguire transfer
Cristiano Ronaldo has criticised the transfer fees being spent by some clubs on goalkeepers and defenders in recent times
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Amazon rainforest fire: How did the Amazon fire start? How long has it been on fire?
BRAZIL’S Amazon rainforest has seen a record number of fires this year, - but how did the Amazon rainforest fire start and how long has it been on fire?
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Amber leaves Greg at home for girls night with Yewande at Ariana Grande concert
The Love Island star hit London's O2 Arena for a VIP night out which included a private box and unlimited snacks and perfume
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Ian Holloway makes bizarre Brexit comment over Man City's disallowed goal vs Tottenham
Man City were denied a last minute winner against Spurs and Ian Holloway has blamed Brexit in a bizarre discussion.
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VIP paedophile ring accuser Carl Beech lodges appeal
Beech, who was jailed for 18 years last month, is also appealing against length of his sentenceCarl Beech, the fantasist jailed over false claims of VIP child abuse that triggered a £2m Scotland Yard inquiry, is appealing against his conviction.The 51-year-old former nurse has lodged papers with the court of appeal to apply for permission to overturn his conviction for 12 counts of perverting the course of justice and one of fraud, it has emerged. Continue reading...
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Groom tells gay brother not to come out at his wedding because he’s worried how others will react
The groom said he is 'losing sleep' over the situation.
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Is it a rabbit or a raven? This 'optical illusion' video has left millions of people baffled
A clip of an animal being stroked was shared on Twitter by Dan Quintana, a Norwegian podcaster and it has left a lot of people trying to figure out what animal it is
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Man arrested for 'pretending to be Eugenie Bouchard's brother and building up £35,000 bill at hotel'
A man has been arrested for pretending to be the brother of tennis star Eugenie Bouchard and allegedly building up a $42,000 (£35,000) bill on the player's tab at a Miami hotel.
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Pictured: British woman, 20, who died in a crash in Italy
The 20-year-old, named in Italian media as Lia Lou Di Massa (pictured), died near Naples in southern Italy on Tuesday morning when the car her boyfriend was driving hit a wall by the side of the road.
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Katya Jones screams on set of Strictly after putting wedding ring back on
The Russian dancer is keeping fans guessing just days after announcing her marriage to fellow pro Neil Jones was over
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Tracey Cox asks can relationships REALLY survive cheating
Strictly's Katya and Neil Jones, who've been together 11 years, lasted nearly a year after she was caught on camera kissing her dance partner Seann Walsh outside a pub in London.
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Does Kim Kardashian have 6 toes? Fans demand answers amid ‘Photoshop fail’
This is the case for the FBI.
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Britney Spears reveals loneliness and mental health struggles in heartbreaking post
Britney's brutal post slammed the 'fake' people around her as she admitted she doesn't know who to trust
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Loch Ness monster truth 'revealed' as scientist comes up with 'plausible' theory
A global team of researchers, led by Professor Neil Gemmell, used environmental DNA sampling of the waters to identify tiny genetic remnants left behind by life in the Highland loch
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Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger tells Frank Lampard he’s fit to face Norwich
Big boost.
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Home and Away spoilers: Irene struggles to hide her violent attack secret
She's constantly looking over her shoulder.
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Brassic review: Michelle Keegan and Joe Gilgun’s new Sky comedy breaks the mould when it comes to mental health
Brassic is your next binge.
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Pensioner is savaged by Fidel Castro's crocodile in Sweden 
The man, in his 70s, was attending a private party at Skansen Aquarium in Stockholm on Tuesday night when his arm was bitten by one of two Cuban crocodiles that were once gifted by Fidel Castro.
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‘Self-care’: how a radical feminist idea was stripped of politics for the mass market | André Spicer
Audre Lorde proposed a series of calming activities as a way to survive adversity. Now it’s just another form of ‘me time’What do professional golfers, radical queer feminists and Instagram lifestyle influences have in common? They are all devotees of “self-care”. While the earlier self-help movement focused on improving yourself, the relatively new self-care movement focuses on preserving yourself. It’s lifestyle advice for an age of diminished expectations, where most people have given up on getting to the top and the best they can hope for is to get through the day. Self-care is self-help for a time when about a third of the population will suffer from some kind of anxiety disorder during their lives.Self-care is a remarkably flexible term. It includes nearly any activity people use to calm, heal and preserve themselves in the face of adversity. Some common forms of self-care include getting enough sleep, eating well, physical exercise, meditating and doing things you like such as watching an 80s teen film. Other suggestions for self-care include tracking your menstrual cycle, having date nights with yourself, doing craft activities such as crochet, learning the art of saying no, and “consciously unfollowing” people on social media. Continue reading...
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The best photography from Cortona on the Move festival 2019 – in pictures
The relationship between humans and the landscape is the theme of Italy’s leading contemporary photography festival. Now in its ninth year, Cortona on the Move brings together photographers from around the world with a program of exhibitions, lectures and workshops taking place until 29 September Continue reading...
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Bitter leaves: tobacco's devastating global legacy
A new book by Rocco Rorandelli, Bitter Leaves, explores the environmental, health and social impacts of the tobacco cycle, from seed to sale“With a long history of denying the health risks of smoking and second-hand smoke, obscuring the truth about tobacco and deceiving smokers, the tobacco industry has evolved into an inordinately lucrative business,” writes Judith Mackay, in the abridged afterword to Bitter Leaves.“A crop that can be grown in any warm, damp environment, tobacco can be farmed on all the continents except Antarctica. With this accessibility among other forces, the industry is one of the most powerful on earth. Continue reading...
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MLS and Antifa: America's top flight grapples with political signage ban
The lone major North American sports league to ban political statements inside stadiums is finding enforcement isn’t so simpleIf you’ve attended a Major League Soccer match at some point over the past month or so there’s a good chance that you’ll have spotted a certain symbol. At first glance, it could be the iconography of a club or supporters group. Indeed, the circular crest which features three diagonally-pointed arrows doesn’t look so out of place in the setting of a soccer stadium, but MLS has a very different view on its appropriateness.This is the symbol of the Iron Front and having been adopted by Antifa, the militant anti-fascism collective, the league sees its use by fans as a violation of its new fan code of conduct, implemented this season, that bans political displays at matches. Many argue that the Three Arrows symbol, used to oppose fascism and persecution since before the second world war, makes a human rights point, not a political one. MLS does not agree. Continue reading...
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15 skeletal Great Danes are 'adopted' by the king of Thailand after rescue
Volunteers have rescued 15 starving dogs in central Thailand. The pooches, pictured above, were on the brink of death from starvation with their bones poking through their skin.
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China confirms UK consulate worker in Hong Kong detained for 'violating law'
Simon Cheng Man-kit was reported missing after he failed to return to work in Hong Kong following a trip to mainland China
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The 'neighbour of the year' honoured by the Queen - then convicted of animal cruelty for leaving his Cockapoo in his car for two hours
A police officer told community champion David Kent he 'should be ashamed' - but he says it was a homophobic complaint
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The Offing by Benjamin Myers review – poignant story of an unlikely friendship
One man’s transition from adolescent to adult during a summer by the sea recalls A Month in the CountryBenjamin Myers’s first novel since his Walter Scott prize-winning The Gallows Pole and switch from tiny indie publisher Bluemoose to Bloomsbury is an unexpectedly touching story of a friendship that conquers the barriers of age, class and gender. Set over a summer in the aftermath of the second world war, the book follows 16-year-old Robert Appleyard as he leaves his Durham colliery village to search for any work that isn’t coal mining: “an act of escapology and rebellion”. On reaching the east coast, he encounters Dulcie Piper, a woman three times his age who lives alone in a rambling cottage. They form an unlikely but symbiotic relationship, in which he gardens while she provides food, shelter and intellectual sustenance.Dulcie is a lobster-eating, hard-drinking aesthete with a German shepherd called Butler. By turns verbose, eloquent, motherly and foul-mouthed, she might have come from central casting if Myers hadn’t given her such a richly imagined past and linguistic register. “Scones without proper cream is a disaster of apocalyptic proportions,” she exclaims, and one can sense Myers’ relish in bringing her to life. Continue reading...
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Jurgen Klopp confirms hilarious story about his Cristiano Ronaldo pants
The Liverpool boss showed off his pants to the Reds' squad prior to the 2018 Champions League final
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Avengers’ Jeremy Renner furious as he demands Sony return Spider-Man to Marvel and Stan Lee
Hawkeye's not happy.
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Mum's warning to parents after son, six, diagnosed with testicular cancer
Little Jake was diagnosed with paratesticular rhabdomyosarcoma, a very rare soft tissue tumour which usually occurs in the spermatic cord, testis and groin
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Simon Cheng Man-Kit: Chinese foreign ministry says missing British Consulate worker detained for violating the law
A Foreign Office employee detained in Shenzen has been held for violating Chinese law, according to the nation's foreign ministry.
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Vasyl Lomachenko identifies Luke Campbell's strengths ahead of unification
Campbell challenges pound-for-pound No.1 Lomachenko in London on Saturday week
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Newcastle United players complain they ‘don’t know their jobs’ under Steve Bruce
'They are not really working on their shape.'
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Stepgran 'dipped girl's feet in boiling water because she was having a bad day'
WARNING - GRAPHIC IMAGES: Kaylee Robinson was scalded as "punishment" and could now lose her feet after suffering third-degree "sock burns" from her ankles to her toes
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Anthony Martial's two-word reaction to Man Utd's draw at Wolves
The French forward scored the opening goal in the game but it wasn't enough to seal all three points
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Kate Middleton turned down First Class air travel offer: 'She's so down-to-earth!'
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry are at the centre controversy over their use of luxury private jets – but, as royal watchers condemn or defend the couple, a newly-resurfaced report reveals that Kate Middleton refused an opportunity to upgrade her airline ticket to first class when she flew to the Caribbean in 2008.
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