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Man City vs Manchester United in pictures
The best pictures from the Manchester Derby as Pep Guardiola's Man City host Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United at the Etihad.
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Man dies after car crashes into lamppost in north London
Two passengers were also rushed to hospital.
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Tottenham goals show forwards are full of confidence as Eric Dier justifies starting role in Jose Mourinho's side
Tottenham returned to winning ways after their disappointing defeat at Old Trafford in midweek with a thumping display against Burnley .
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Roy Keane makes Manchester derby prediction ahead of Manchester United vs Man City
Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has issued his prediction ahead of the derby against Man City.
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North Korea says denuclearization off the table in US talks
Country’s ambassador to the UN said dialogue sought by US was a ‘time-saving trick’ to suit domestic political agendaNorth Korea’s ambassador to the United Nations said on Saturday denuclearization is already off the negotiating table with the US and lengthy talks with Washington are not needed. Related: I shall taunt you a second time: North Korea threatens Trump ‘dotard’ insults Continue reading...
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Gang caught on CCTV with sword, machete and guns before killing dad, 19
Two men and three teenagers have been convicted of the murder of 19-year-old Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck, who was chased then knifed to death in Wood Green, North London in a 'petty postcode rivalry'
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Little girl has 500 seizures a day and is unlikely to see her 18th birthday
Doctors have told the parents of Amelia Revitt, 9, that her seizures cannot be controlled with medication and may not reach adulthood due to a rare condition
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Son Heung-min’s wonder-goal steals show in Spurs’ 5-0 thrashing of Burnley
It was one of those moments that makes you rub your eyes and shake your head at the same, disbelief and wonder caused by a piece of stunning ingenuity and craft and, for Son Heung-min, the crowing moment of a sensational individual display. He tormented Burnley here and on 32 minutes scored a bona fide contender for goal of the season.It came from nowhere. Well, to be specific, from a Burnley free-kick that Jan Vertonghen managed to hook clear from just inside Tottenham’s area while under pressure from Chris Wood and which he nor anyone else in attendance imaged at the time would turn into an assist. But that is what happened as the ball popped out to the waiting Son and he set off, dribbling and drifting towards glory. Continue reading...
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Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr prize money and purses for rematch
Both Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr will rake in millions as they clash for as second time in the desert of Saudi Arabia
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Pensioner lost £193,000 inheritance after getting one digit wrong on sort code
The money went to another Barclays customer with the same account number - who refused to give it back.
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Rabbit with 'unicorn horn' ear looking for Christmas home
A rabbit, who was born with a "unicorn horn" ear, is hoping find a new home this Christmas.
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Teenage girl, 18, dies after car she was passenger in slams into tree in horror crash
Abbie O'Rourke died in hospital after the silver Toyota she was driving in crashed into a tree in Hamble, Hampshire. She was rushed to hospital but was pronounced dead later that night.
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Bag of human poo left in Asda food bank donation pile
Many donations had to be thrown away after the faeces was discovered.
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Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons looks worlds away from Sheldon Cooper on Hollywood set
It's due out May 2020.
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Schoolgirl, 15, goes missing overnight sparking major police search of Scottish seaside town
Rhya Laidlaw, 15, was last spotted in her hometown of Leven, in Fife, Scotland on Firday at around 8am.
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Pot Noodles recalled over labelling error
The Beef and Tomato flavoured noodles could contain celery and mustard, which are not listed on the ingredients
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Andy Ruiz Jr's diet plan for Anthony Joshua heavyweight rematch
Ruiz Jr was criticised for his chubby appearance before his fight fight with Joshua - but he proved the doubters wrong
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'Dead zones' expanding rapidly in oceans as climate emergency causes unprecedented oxygen loss
Largest ever study into issue potentially impacting 'hundreds of millions of people' a 'wake-up call' for world leaders at COP25
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Vladimir Putin bears responsibility for the HIV epidemic facing Russia
Of the 1.4 million cases of HIV infection in Russia since 1987, more than half have been registered since 2012, when Putin's third term began
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I’m A Celebrity’s Myles Stephenson denies cheating on Gabby Allen, but admits to texting ex
'I got lost in my ways.'
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Without women the novel would die: discuss
Women are fiction’s life support system – buying 80% of all novels. But as a major new book argues, their love of an emotional truth has been used to trivialise the genreThe narrator of Anna Burns’s Booker prize-winning novel, Milkman, likes to read on her way to work, even as she walks. Her preference is 19th-century novels. She likes to retreat to “the safety of the scroll and papyrus of earlier centuries”.But in her claustrophobic community during Northern Ireland’s Troubles, it marks her out as a threat. Even her best friend sees her habit as “disturbing”, “deviant” and “not public-spirited”. The narrator is confused. “Are you saying it’s okay for him to go around with Semtex but not okay for me to read Jane Eyre in public?” Continue reading...
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Luke Evans: ‘I had to drink Charles Dance’s blood’
The actor and singer on baking with his mum, the joys of a kebab after work and which films have the best on-set cateringI remember once spending a Christmas with a friend’s family as our guests and as they arrived the electricity went off in the house. I had to phone the next door neighbour (who’d gone to his parents’ home with his wife and kids) and ask: “Please can I let myself in and cook my turkey in your oven?” In the spirit of things, he said: “Of course.”My very first memory is of Marie biscuits. They were in a green packet, thin and like Rich Tea biscuits but with more writing. We’d always have butter on top. It’s a very Welsh thing, putting butter on your sweet Maries. Continue reading...
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The Flat House review – a home made from hemp that will blow your mind
Practice Architecture’s house is built from the plant growing in the fields around it. The project addresses a vital issue – the energy consumed and carbon emitted during constructionHere’s today’s fun fact: the word “canvas” is derived from “cannabis”. (And imagine if the two words had still been identical this past century or so: literature would speak of cannabis-covered deck shoes, of boy scouts enjoying their life under cannabis, of going cannabissing for your parliamentary candidate.) There is a simple reason for this etymology. Among the many uses of hemp, the plant from which the drug comes – uses that include ropes, clothes, food and medicine – was the fabric for the sails of ships.Once commonplace and useful, and hailed in the 1930s as a “billion-dollar crop”, hemp’s modern promise was cut short by its association with narcotics, which led its production to be taxed and outlawed across the western world. Call it paranoia, call it realism, but there’s a theory that billionaires with interests in plastics and paper pulp successfully lobbied the US government to have their rival product suppressed. A war on drugs, in this account, was whipped up in order to deepen the public’s dependency on petrochemicals. Continue reading...
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The dazzling ceilings of Mumbai's taxis – in pictures
On her morning commute one day, Mumbai-based journalist Rachel Lopez noticed the ceiling of her taxi was covered in multi-coloured strawberries. “It was ghastly,” she says. “I loved it immediately and wanted to take a shot for fun.” Since then, Lopez has taken more than 500 half-face selfies with the ceiling patterns of Mumbai’s taxis as a backdrop. Continue reading...
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Millennials’ manners are a defence mechanism against a hostile world | Barbara Ellen
Young people care more about etiquette online than in real life, research revealsAre millennials selfish and rude or do they just define etiquette differently to older people? And if the latter is true, is that just to stop themselves going mad?A survey, published last week, found that 42% of millennials – people reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century – wouldn’t give up their seat for somebody elderly or pregnant on public transport, while almost one in three would ignore a queuing system. However, more than a third of those surveyed thought it impolite to ignore people on social media, while other objections included texts being read over people’s shoulders and programme spoilers. Continue reading...
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Britain is in grips of scarlet fever: outbreak with 480 children infected last week
Some 480 cases of scarlet fever were recorded across England and Wales in the week ending December 1, according to health officials.
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Peloton 'wife' pops up in new advertisement
Actor Monica Ruiz appears in tongue-in-cheek video ad for Ryan Reynolds’ Aviation American Gin‘Peloton husband’ misses the whole pointAn actor who appeared in a widely criticized Christmas ad for the exercise bike maker Peloton has a new role – selling gin for the actor Ryan Reynolds.The tongue-in-cheek video ad for Aviation American Gin, tweeted by Reynolds on Friday, racked up more than 4m views in its first day online. Continue reading...
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I'm A Celeb's Nadine Coyle set for 'empowering and uplifting' musical comeback
The former Girls Aloud singer is reportedly going to be making a comeback to the music scene after she's been 'quietly working behind the scenes' on fresh tracks
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Boris Johnson said female suffrage only happened after cars invented 'because men realised women could run them down'
Resurfaced video follows controversial article by PM criticising single mothers
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Mohamed Salah adds the finishing gloss as Liverpool turn over Bournemouth
Jürgen Klopp’s devastating Liverpool machine chewed up and spat out another innocent opponent as his side moved 11 points clear at the Premier League summit and guaranteed they will be top on Christmas Day. An irresistible performance by a reinvigorated and supercharged Mohamed Salah provided the inspiration as Liverpool extended their unbeaten league record to 33 games. Naby Keïta doubled their advantage following a cool Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opener, becoming the 16th different Liverpool player to find the net in the league this season, before Salah completed the scoring as they swept aside Bournemouth.After giving Salah, Jordan Henderson and Roberto Firmino a breather against Everton in midweek, this time Klopp left Sadio Mané and Trent Alexander-Arnold on the bench, though the latter replaced the injured Dejan Lovren five minutes before half-time, by which point Liverpool had established a two-goal cushion after Bournemouth unravelled. Klopp, with one eye on Tuesday’s crucial match against RB Salzburg – when they must avoid defeat to guarantee qualification to the Champions League knockout stages – again rotated and made seven changes but they dispatched Bournemouth with such ease that he was able to hand teenager Curtis Jones his league debut. Continue reading...
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Mel B shares note written by daughter as star says 'abusive ex' keeps them apart
The Spice Girls singer shares daughter Madison with her ex-husband Stephen Belafonte - who lives in the USA
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Mariah Carey is all about girl power as she celebrates female pilots: ‘This is a first for us’
She was on cloud nine.
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Watford 0-0 Crystal Palace: Hornets halt losing run as new manager Nigel Pearson watches on
Watford stopped a run of three successive Premier League defeats as they held Crystal Palace to a goalless draw at Vicarage Road.
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Tottenham thrash Burnley as sublime Son Heung-min scores goal of the season contender
Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Burnley: Harry Kane, Lucas Moura, Moussa Sissoko and a sublime strike from Son helped Spurs past an underwhelming Burnley
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Man City fans react to Pep Guardiola's Angelino decision vs Manchester United
Pep Guardiola has named his Manchester City starting XI for the derby clash with Man United.
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Frank Lampard reveals what he told Duncan Ferguson after Everton stun Chelsea
The Toffees' caretaker boss made a winning start on Saturday afternoon.
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Bournemouth vs Liverpool result: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sparks win to maintain title momentum
Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool: Goals by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita and Mohamed Salah ensured the Reds move 11 points clear of their closest rivals, Leicester City, who play on Sunday
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Tottenham 5-0 Burnley: Heung-min Son stars with goal-of-the-season contender as Spurs close gap on top four
Heung-min Son scored a goal-of-the-season contender as Tottenham thrashed Burnley 5-0 to close the gap on the Premier League top four.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer explains decision to pick Luke Shaw for Manchester derby
A first Premier League start since August for the left-back.
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Katie Price ‘in bits’ over Dane Bowers break-up as she admits Peter Andre split wasn’t ‘as hard’
'My heart was literally in bits'.
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I'm A Celeb star Kate Garraway's husband horrified by 'weird' account dedicated to her boobs
Kate Garraway's husband Derek Draper has admitted he's not comfortable with some of attention she's been getting from I'm A Celeb viewers
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Why Luke Shaw is starting for Manchester United vs Man City
Man Utd take on Manchester City in the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium with Solskjaer bringing Shaw into his team.
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Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool: Mo Salah shines as Reds stroll to victory on south coast
Liverpool extended their unbeaten run to 33 Premier League games with a comfortable 3-0 win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
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Paris protests: Tensions rise as yellow vests join wave of demonstrations against retirement reforms
Citizens take to the streets in biggest strike in many years
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Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool: Rampant Reds go 11 points clear in table - 5 talking points
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita and Mohamed Salah all found the net as Liverpool ran riot in another dominant Premier League performance
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