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Australian Open confusion over vaccines continues as Victoria Premier contradicts Prime Minister
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Which royals will attend Cop26 in the Queen’s absence?
The Queen will ‘regretfully’ not be attending, but other senior royals are still expected to be there
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Covid and human rights concerns remain with 100 days until Beijing Winter Olympics
Local fans will be in attendance but overseas spectators cannot travel
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City could deter seagulls by playing recordings of them squawking
It is the latest proposal to baffle residents in Worcester.
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Manchester United squad completely ‘uninspired’ by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer training sessions
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The 45 destinations fully vaccinated Brits don’t need a test to travel to
Double-jabbed? You can sweep into these countries, swab-free
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Heineken sales drop after Asian arm hit by lockdowns
The Dutch firm, which also brews Birra Moretti and Amstel, said like-for-like volumes of beer sold dropped by 5.1% for the third quarter.
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‘We’re in danger of a runaway world’: David Miliband on climate, conflict and his life in New York
From Labour darling to International Rescue Committee CEO, David Miliband talks COP, feminism and family
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Indian supreme court orders inquiry into state’s use of Pegasus spyware
Judges criticise Modi government’s refusal to divulge what software was used for and whyIndia’s supreme court has ordered an inquiry by an independent committee into the question of whether the government used Pegasus surveillance software for illegal spying.For the domestic opposition, civil rights activists and the journalists who have been demanding such an inquiry in the face of stonewalling by the government, Wednesday’s ruling came as a victory. Continue reading...
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Chief Secretary Simon Clarke says agoraphobia means he will not feature in pre-Budget photo
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury has announced he will not feature in the traditional pre-Budget photograph with the Chancellor as he is agoraphobic.
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Mac Miller: Drug dealer who gave deadly pills to singer pleads guilty
The drug supplier now faces a maximum of 20-year-sentence in prison on top of a fine of up to £726,425
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Strictly's Shirley Ballas shares 'concerning' health update as co-stars send love
Viewers had previously urged the head judge, 61, to get checked out after they spotted a lump under her arm during a Saturday night show
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What the world can learn from Rachel Carson as we fight for our planet | Kim Heacox
With her brave book Silent Spring, Carson changed the course of US environmental history. We would do well to study her example“Glasgow is our last chance” has become a climate crisis mantra.World leaders scheduled to meet soon at the United Nations Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow to discuss – and act upon – our global climate crisis face a huge task, as do those here in the US as they fine-tune the climate measures in the Biden administration’s Build Back Better plan. All political measures up to now have been insufficient. The latest UN report on climate change issued a “code red for humanity”. And it’s only going to get worse and probably irreversible – larger fires, extended droughts, more intense storms, and more environmental refugees, destabilized regimes and unlivable parts of our planet – if our carbon-based economy continues unabated.A frequent contributor to the Guardian, Kim Heacox is the author of many books, including The Only Kayak, a memoir, and Jimmy Bluefeather, a novel, both winners of the National Outdoor Book Award. He lives in Alaska Continue reading...
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Big tech’s push for automation hides the grim reality of ‘microwork’ | Phil Jones
The pandemic accelerated the rise of this digital piecework where humans support AIPhil Jones is the author of Work Without the Worker: Labour in the Age of Platform CapitalismWhen customers in the London borough of Hackney shop in the new Amazon Fresh store, they no longer pay a checkout operator but simply walk out with their goods. Amazon describes “just walk out shopping” as an effortless consumer experience. The rise of automated stores during the pandemic is just the tip of the iceberg. Floor-cleaning robots have been introduced in hospitals, supermarkets and schools. Fast-food restaurants are employing burger-grilling robots and chatbots. And delivery bots are being rolled out at an accelerated pace. As Anuja Sonalker, chief executive of Steer Tech, a tech company specialising in self-parking, ominously said last year: “Humans are biohazards, machines are not.”With the realisation that machines are immune to viruses and social distancing, we have seen the return of an apocalyptic consensus: according to one recent prediction, as many as half of all work tasks are at risk of automation by 2025. Such gloomy forecasts conjure a world where robots do all the work and humans are consigned to history’s dustbin.Phil Jones is the author of Work Without the Worker: Labour in the Age of Platform Capitalism Continue reading...
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Patson Daka looks like the Jamie Vardy replacement Leicester need
Sadly, Jamie Vardy will not go on forever. But Brendan Rodgers seems to have found a player worthy of his place in Patson DakaBy Ben McAleer for WhoScoredWhen Jamie Vardy was withdrawn at the break during Leicester’s 2-1 win over Brentford on Sunday, the club’s supporters must have cursed their luck. Leicester have been incredibly unfortunate with injuries this season, so the absence of their top scorer was another frustrating blow. Vardy will be 35 in January but he shows no signs of slowing down. He has scored seven goals in the league this season – second only to Mohamed Salah on 10.In the past Leicester did not have a frontman who could ease the burden if Vardy were missing, but that is changing. Patson Daka, who came on for Vardy at half time on Sunday and set up James Maddison to score Leicester’s winner, joined the club from RB Salzburg in the summer with a huge reputation. The Zambian scored more goals (27) than any other player in the Austrian Bundesliga last season and attracted attention from a host of Europe’s top clubs. In the end, Leicester won the race for the 23-year-old, signing him for £22m on a five-year deal. Continue reading...
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Tens of thousands of children book online to get Covid jabs
Vaccines minister calls figures ‘fantastic progress’
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Alun Wyn Jones hails Gareth Anscombe’s ‘fight’ ahead of Wales comeback
The Ospreys fly-half has not played Test rugby for more than two years.
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PMQs LIVE: Starmer rubbing hands with glee as Boris dealt devastating double whammy
BORIS JOHNSON will face questions from MPs today in the last session before the Prime Minister heads to Glasgow for the COP26 conference.
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Cristiano Ronaldo holding Manchester United dressing room together
Many Man United players have lost faith in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but Cristiano Ronaldo has implored them to show support.
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Pull your socks up! Rishi Sunak’s sliders are not the statesmanly style we’re used to
Socks and sliders? Dishy Rishi’s pre-Budget off-duty style is one hell of a slip-up, says Chloe Street
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Cornishman sells historic home Lismore House to local couple for £500,000 CHEAPER than £2m price tag
Michael Jay, 77, refused to sell stunning Lismore House, in Helston, to outsiders who knew nothing about the Cornish town's famous Flora Day festival.
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BREAKING : Steve Allen calling Tilly Ramsay 'chubby' gets 840 Ofcom complaints
LBC host Steve Allen's comments on Tilly Ramsay's weight has sparked hundred of Ofcom complaints
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Minimum wage 2021: When will it go up?
Treasury announces increase ahead of chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Autumn Budget
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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Review:A faithful experience filed with banter and great combat
Marvel teamed up with Square Enix and Eidos-Montréal to bring a new Guardians of the Galaxy action game
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Chanelle Hayes reveals she's studying for an adult nursing degree at university
Big Brother star has been studying to become a nurse and hopes to finish in the next few years
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Kayla Harrison: ‘I’ll take it one breath at a time until I break Taylor Guardado in PFL final’
Exclusive interview: The PFL’s undefeated women’s lightweight champion is one win from retaining her title and securing another $1m cheque
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Mum left using walking frame after decades of drug abuse begs judge to lock her up
Caroline Ogilvie, a mum-of-two from Rochdale, was locked up for her own good after she pleaded with the judge to throw her behind bars after decades of drug abuse
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Budget 2021: Treasury Minister Misses Photoshoot Revealing He Has Agoraphobia
A senior minister in the Treasury has revealed did not take part in the traditional Downing Street budget photographs this morning because he has agoraphobia. Usually the chancellor poses up with his red box for the press and ministers appear by his side.However, the chief secretary to the treasury Simon Clarke said his condition stopped him “being comfortable in some open spaces”.Agoraphobia is a fear of being in situations where escape might be difficult or that help would not be available if things go wrong, according to the NHS. The MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, who attends the cabinet, tweeted: “Really looking forward to explaining the budget and spending review alongside the chancellor.“I won’t be outside for the photos in Downing Street as I live with agoraphobia - which prevents me being comfortable in some open spaces - but will be busy in parliament and out in the country over the coming days.“Today is all about a major moment for the UK and we have an important story to tell about investment in our public services and infrastructure, economic recovery, levelling up and net zero - those are the issues I’m proud to be discussing today.”It comes as Rishi Sunak is set to unveil his heavily previewed budget and spending review to the house of commons on Wednesday afternoon. Major measures already announced include an end to the public sector pay freeze and a rise in the national living wage. Fuel duty is also expected to be frozen in order to help with soaring petrol prices.Meanwhile, Boris Johnson and Sunak are due to visit a brewery on Wednesday – suggesting cuts to alcohol duties are on the cards.The chancellor is also tipped to slash the universal credit taper rate to allow people to keep more of what they earn.Sunak is expected to be on his feet in the commons from 12.40pm when HuffPost UK will be taking you through all the major announcements.  Related...Budget 2021: 'We're All Going To Be Better Off' – Tory MP Claims18 Things To Expect From Rishi Sunak's 2021 BudgetAutumn Budget 2021: 10 Things Rishi Sunak Wants You Talking About
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Why Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau is a family-friendly holiday choice
A great destination for a winter break, this Austrian Tirol resort will keep all ages entertained, with stunning scenery, slopes for every level of experience and plenty of activities for children
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The Unforgivable trailer, release date and cast for Netflix prison drama starring Sandra Bullock
The dramatic trailer for Netflix's new series, The Unforgivable, starring Sandra Bullock is here - but what's it about and who else stars in the film?
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Miss England and Miss Ireland hit back at trolls after they were both racially abused following their wins
'It's so disappointing and sad that racism continues to exist in this day and age.'
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11 best laptop bags for women, from waterproof backpacks to timeless totes
Back to commuting? These picks from M&S, Mango and more have plenty of room
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Chief Secretary says agoraphobia means he will not feature in pre-Budget photo
Simon Clarke has announced he will not be in the traditional Downing Street line-up before Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s speech.
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'Scholes-esque' - Manchester United fans love Ethan Galbraith's goal while on loan at Doncaster
Ethan Galbraith scored his first senior goal while out on loan with Doncaster Rovers and Manchester United fans have compared the finish to a former Manchester United midfielder
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Woman covered in yellow scabs from steroid cream withdrawal forced to tell strangers she’s not contagious
'I’m afraid of disgusting my friends and my boyfriend, because I disgust myself.'
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10 best cordless sanders for smoother DIY projects
Home improvement whizzes and professionals alike can take the edge off with these portable timesavers
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Couple married for 66 years who were apart for 100 days tearfully reunite
'He held me tight and said he’d never leave me again for the rest of his life.'
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Angelina Jolie mingles with bargain shoppers at H&M on London's Oxford Street
The A List Hollywood star may have been hard to spot beneath a thick winter coat and hiding behind a protective mask while out snapping up bargains at the Swedish fashion chain's flagship UK store
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Londoner’s Diary: No more heroes... Hilary Mantel’s drive-by in statues storm debate
HILARY MANTEL has a talent for bluntness and last night at Conway Hall in Holborn offered a drive-by intervention on the statues debate. The Wolf Hall author says she is often asked by papers who her favourite hero is. “I thought,” she explained, “we should take it as axiomatic that all heroes have feet of clay and all statues should be pulled down”.
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How St Johann in Salzburg is the best of both worlds for a winter holiday
Breathtakingly beautiful St Johann in Salzburg ticks all the right boxes for skiers and snowboarders – and it's family-friendly too
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Best Christmas candles for gifting and creating a cosy ambiance
Get into the seasonal spirit and make this Christmas lit
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David Ellis reviews The River Restaurant by Gordon Ramsay: The crowds are kept happy, but innovation is left at the door
This is a comfortable, classic fish restaurant and full to bursting — but for the money, David Ellis wants a little more from the star chef
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Police Me Too is the movement working to expose domestic abuse of women by officers
Hannah Fearn meets the activist calling on all women who have suffered violence from a former or acting policeman to share their stories
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Emmerdale's Meena manipulates Jacob as she convinces him dad David is abusive
Jacob Gallagher, who was groomed by his dad's ex-girlfriend Maya, has grown close to the nurse following Leanna's death on Emmerdale
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'Anxious' Prince William had meeting with Queen over doubts about Kate Middleton
Before he got married, Prince William is said to have met with the Queen and Prince Charles in 2006 to discuss his relationship and potential future with Kate Middleton
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Deputy Headmistress sacked after posting naked photos of boyfriend's ex on Facebook
Antonia Traynor, 30, from Manchester, is now in receipt of Universal Credit after losing her job as deputy headmistress over naked pictures she posted on Facebook of her boyfriend's ex
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Best natural cleaning products in the UK
Keep your home clean and fresh without harmful chemicals
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SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental: your guide to this great holiday destination
One of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world, stunning SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental also has plenty of traditional appeal plus views of more than 70 peaks over 3,000m
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