Elon Musk outlines SpaceX Mars plans to build self-sustaining city on the Red Planet



ELON MUSK has today outlined his philosophy and intentions for making humans a multi-planet species as he revealed his plans to take SpaceX to Mars.
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We'll NEVER go back! Rejoiners' dreams torn apart in poll - UK won't return to EU
BRITAIN will never rejoin the European Union, according to an Express.co.uk poll.
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How to become a more efficient runner and avoid injury
Are you a couch-to-5K convert? Running coach Tashi Skervin-Clarke has some simple tips to help you clock miles safely
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Tyson Fury adds former world champion Joseph Parker to fight camp ahead of Deontay Wilder clash
A familiar face joins the camp...
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Holiday park apologises to angry guests after Bingo was cancelled for Euros
Haven said they won't make the same mistake again and will stick to Bingo.
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Woman who starved, tortured and killed her maid, 24, in Singapore is sentenced to 30 years in prison
Singaporean Gaiyathiri Murugayan subjected her maid Piang Ngiah Don, 24, to 14 months of abuse - including torture and beatings - that culminated in her death in 2016.
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House prices since the Brexit vote: how the cost of the average London home has changed since Britain voted to leave the EU
The average price increase of five per cent is actually a decrease in value in real terms when inflation is taken into account.
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Struggling to book a staycation retreat? Specialist firms from Airbnb to Vrbo could open the door
Today, there are hundreds of homestay properties in the UK (and farther afield) at varying prices, often listed on lettings websites. So here's our guide to the home rental market.
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Gary Neville hails ‘fearless’ England stars Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka in Czech Republic win
'It's what England fans want to see.'
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Travel industry demands government action over holidays
Events are happening all over the country
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Ashely Cole explains why Chelsea star Mason Mount must play vs Germany or France
The Chelsea star should be eligible to play in England's next game.
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Father, 49, is facing jail for £1.5m compensation scam
Darren Dommett is accused of making 'false statements' in a claim over delays in treatment for a back problem he reported in 2013, which he alleged left him disabled for life.
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Allergy expert shares tips on how to tackle hay fever symptoms as pollen count soars
Margaret Kelman from Allergy UK speaks to reporter Zoe Tidman to answers questions on treatment options, precautions and more
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Rachel Zegler shuts down critics in deleted tweet as she’s cast as Snow White in Disney’s live-action remake
She was having none of it.
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Privatised Channel 4 ‘would result in loss of international news programmes’
The former head of news and current affairs at the channel said a private buyer would be unlikely to want to fund such reporting,
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Holly Willoughby opts for summery midi dress from her favourite high street brand
The presenter’s ensemble for ‘This Morning’ is yet another affordable pick
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Undateables star Daniel Wakeford splits from fiancée Lily and calls off wedding
Daniel Wakeford has announced he has split from his fiancée Lily Taylor and has decided to call off their wedding, three years after he won over the nation's hearts with a sweet Christmas proposal on the Channel 4 show
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Gardens and being closer to family ‘are strong motivations for home movers’
Nearly a fifth of home movers are planning to relocate further away from their workplace, according to Churchill Home Insurance.
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Britney Spears will directly address Los Angeles court on conservatorship today
The pop singer is expected to appear in court, via a video link, later today to speak directly to the court and the judge to request her father is removed from her conservatorship
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Health workers stage protest to press the PM on pay decision
NHS staff are angry at the Government for recommending a 1% wage increase.
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Millions of Californians face losing insurance on homes in wildlife-prone areas
Forest fires are predicted to be harsher and longer than last year
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Rembrandt's huge 'Night Watch' gets bigger thanks to AI
One of Rembrandt van Rijn’s biggest paintings just got a bit bigger
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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin suit up with their six children at premiere of The Boss Baby 2
They had their hands full.
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Latest coronavirus rules - and capacity limits - for theatres
Theatres are currently allowed to open, but there are capacity limits in place that mean they cannot welcome a full audience yet
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Ozone layer STILL under threat despite a ban on dangerous chemicals
Chemicals banned a decade ago are interacting with colder than usual polar vortexes above the Arctic and further depleting the ozone layer, University of Maryland researchers have said.
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Strong England seek cover for Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer in Sri Lanka T20s
England’s white-ball summer begins in Cardiff with the first of three T20s in four days against Sri Lanka. As so often in recent years, English cricket is looking to Eoin Morgan’s men to lift collective spirits after a Test disappointment.
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Dubai: Why the glittering emirate is on route to going green
Sarah Marshall finds out how a city built on consumerism is becoming a champion of sustainability.
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Five years on from the Brexit referendum, the result is clear: both unions are losing
The UK has been weakened, but so too has the EU. Relations between them need not be this badFive years after the fateful referendum on 23 June 2016, what is the current balance sheet of Brexit? Answer: two weakened unions, the British and the European, and bad-tempered relations between them. Lose. Lose. Lose.The weakening of the British union is obvious. There will be another referendum on Scottish independence within the next few years. Scottish nationalists may win it with the argument that Scotland should leave the British union to rejoin the European one. A vote in Northern Ireland on Irish unification seems more likely than at any point since it was first provided for in the Belfast agreement in 1998. Boris Johnson’s government is full of rhetoric about keeping the union together but has no strategy for doing so. Continue reading...
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The Filmmaker’s House review – a microcosm of British society pops round for tea
London-based documentarian Marc Isaacs films the interactions of his builder, cleaner and neighbours in a playful work that is just a little too at home with manipulation“I’m not bloody interested in serial killers, Rachel; I’m interested in ordinary human beings,” sighs veteran documentary-maker Marc Isaacs on a Skype call to his producer, who tells him programmers are only interested in sensationalist themes nowadays. Isaacs sticks to his guns. As the title implies, this inventive but flawed effort barely leaves his London terrace home. What’s less obvious, at least initially, is whether it is documentary or fiction. The eventual answer is a bit of both. Having chronicled so many aspects of Britishness in his documentary career, Isaacs contrives a sort of microcosmic state of our multicultural nation here: a gentle clash of cultural attitudes and boundaries. Related: Documentary-maker Marc Isaacs: ‘I like to provoke, but not to be seen’ Continue reading...
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Too Hot To Handle's Cam caught in solo shower sex act as pals stand guard
The randy 24-year-old Welsh man begged his villa mates to let him relieve himself to keep his rampant sex drive at bay in Netflix's second series of Too Hot To Handle
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David Davis spearheads campaign against Government’s ‘censor’s charter’
The ex-cabinet minister has warned the Online Safety Bill will lead to perfectly legal posts being banned.
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Mongoose mothers solve inequality problem, researchers find
Mothers in banded mongoose groups all give birth on the same night, creating a ‘veil of ignorance’ over parentage in their communal group of babies.
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England's potential route to Euro 2020 final with tough last-16 test likely
There are plenty of permutations for England for the knockout stages of Euro 2020 but the tournament is now taking shape with the group stages concluded on Wednesday
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Contrarian comic Fin Taylor: ‘I don’t believe in anything beyond getting the next laugh’
The explosively funny standup has joked provocatively about race, leftwing politics and gender. Next up, his mother-in-lawIn 2019, a performance of Fin Taylor’s #MeToo-themed When Harassy Met Sally prompted outrage in an article for the Independent. “Thinly veiled rape apologism,” it called the show. “What kind of reactionary drivel was I being subjected to in the name of comedy?” It was an extraordinary response to a funny, thoughtful – and, yes, wilfully provocative – show. The more so when it was revealed as a hoax, written by comedian and GB News presenter Andrew Doyle, whose point was to show how ready the mainstream media were to “push a woke agenda”.The whole episode bamboozled Taylor. “If you’re saying a thing exists,” he says now, “but you have to write it yourself in order for it to exist, then it doesn’t exist!” But it does give a sense of Taylor’s complex position in culture wars-era comedy. The article bracketed him with big-name woke-baiters Ricky Gervais and Dave Chappelle – but Taylor is far more interesting than that. Yes, his shows make bonfires of liberal piety: if you agree with what he says on stage, Taylor isn’t doing his job properly. But he is just as scathing of rightwing orthodoxies. “I am fundamentally contrarian no matter where you stand,” he says on the phone from his south London home. “I just like arguing for sport.” Continue reading...
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Girl, 8, with cancer spat at by teens at Thorpe Park ‘because of shaved head’
Police released a description of the suspects.
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Disabled pensioner who can’t move watches in terror as burglar breaks in
Chilling footage shows the elderly widow lying in bed with her eyes on criminal Dean Lennox, 40,
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Married At First Sight star Amanda Micallef rushed to hospital with 'worst pain'
The Married At First Sight reality TV star Amanda Micallef was rushed to hospital this morning with the "worst pain". She has since been released and is recovering at home with "strong meds"
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Woman who used to go to McDonald's in the middle of the night sheds almost half of her body weight 
Mollie Coleman, 26, from Redcar, North Yorkshire, weighed 22st at her heaviest. Healthcare assistant who would eat McDonald's in the middle of the night, has dropped six dress sizes.
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Fast and Furious’s Vin Diesel finally explains what sparked his feud with Dwayne Johnson
The pair fell out during The Fate of the Furious.
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Ministers mocked for urging schoolchildren to sing 'embarrassing' patriotic song
The "strong Britain, great nation" song is part of a project founded by a retired police officer - but the lyrics have been branded "quite insane"
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Aldi shopper lets man queue jump and her jaw drops as kindness is quickly repaid
A kind Aldi shopper allowed a fellow customer to go ahead of her at the till and her kind gesture was quickly repaid with another when she went to pay for her food
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Morgan Stanley to bar unvaccinated staff from New York offices
Bank warns staff they have less than three weeks to take both Covid jabs or continue working from homeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageEmployees and visitors to Morgan Stanley will barred from entering the bank’s New York offices unless they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 from next month, as the Wall Street firm prepares to get staff back to their desks by early September.The banking company warned staff and clients that they have less than three weeks to receive both coronavirus jabs before visiting its buildings in New York City and Westchester from 12 July – or keep working from home. Continue reading...
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'Petty neighbour' sends passive-aggressive gardening message to next-door
A photo on Reddit seems to have captured a classic British neighbourly dispute, with some people saying it's a great example of 'traditional British pettiness'
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Hong Kong's pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily will publish its final edition on Thursday
The Hong Kong paper will stop publishing online from midnight tonight with the final print edition running tomorrow, while the digital version will no longer be accessible after Saturday.
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Diana statue unveiling could help Harry and William reconcile, says Royal author
Royal biographer Robert Lacey spoke to Good Morning Britain about what could lead to a reconciliation for Prince Harry and Prince William
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Minister defends Government record on supporting disadvantaged children
John Whittingdale was questioned over Government policies on free school meals and Universal Credit.
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Royal Academy apologises to artist saying ‘we should have handled this better’
Jess de Wahls’ work was removed from the gift shop after she was accused of being transphobic, which she denies.
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Hospital declares rare ‘black alert’ as hundreds flood A&E
A 'black alert' is the highest warning used when a hospital is 'struggling or unable to deliver comprehensive care' and patient safety is at risk.
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Bitcoin price – live: Crypto market sees remarkable recovery after massive crash takes it to 2021 low
Bitcoin has bounced back on Wednesday after a series of price crashes over the last few days took the cryptocurrency to its lowest point of 2021.
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