Emmerdale fans fear Liv will end up in jail for Ben's murder after Lydia's discovery

Tuesday's episode of Emmerdale saw Lydia Dingle try and persuade Liv to go to the police after finding a video of her trying to start a fight wth Ben Tucker
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Western forces little more than ‘trip wire’ to stop Russia invading Ukraine
Ukrainian troops are on a 'knife edge' but will offer determined resistance, a British Army veteran has said.
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Erik ten Hag accused Man Utd of "mortal sin" as club make decision on next appointment
Erik ten Hag's impressive defensive record with Ajax has caught the eye, but for now, he remains in the frame alongside Mauricio Pochettino, Luis Enrique and Julen Lopetegui
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Aidy’s drinks cabinet: The best non-alcoholic drinks to explore beyond Dry January
There’s more to booze-free life than just Dry January
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Woman stabbed to death in London street and man killed by car in the aftermath
The Met has confirmed the incident is not thought to be terror-related.
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Mortgage to rent relaxation will see more people in arrears stay in their homes
Owners of houses worth up to 450,000 euro in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Louth and Meath can now use the scheme, an increase of 55,000 euro.
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Katie Price picked-up from police station by fiancee Carl Woods in untaxed car
The black Mercedes driven by Katie Price's fiancee Carl Woods has been untaxed for five weeks as he collected her from Worthing police station following the 43-year-old's arrest
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Sarah Palin's defamation suit against NY Times set for trial
Former Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin is on the verge of making new headlines in a legal battle with The New York Times
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Julen Lopetegui's Man Utd blueprint - new formation and Cristiano Ronaldo role
Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui has emerged as one of the leading contenders to succeed Ralf Rangnick as Manchester United boss - his appointment would bring a boost for Cristiano Ronaldo
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The furry bucket hat is having a moment – these are our top picks
Perfect for cold weather and a stylish statement all in one.
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Katie Ormerod taking inspiration from Simone Biles on road to Olympic redemption
After breaking her wrist and heel on the eve of the 2018 Games, Ormerod arrives in Beijing as one of Team GB’s foremost medal hopes
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Galileo blow for EU as UK’s strikes deal with India and Australia for alternative roll-out
THE UK's OneWeb satellite network, tipped to rival the EU's Galileo project, has signed major broadband deals with a range of countries in the southern hemisphere.
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Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker could see iconic regeneration scene cut as bosses consider ‘radical options’ amid falling ratings
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Firefighters gain control of wildfire that closed scenic California highway
California has long had an active wildfire season, but it has grown longer and more punishing in recent years, fuelled at least partly by climate change and a two-decade drought
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Grade II-listed home dating back to 1490 goes on the market for £1.4million
River House is located in the village of Kersey in Suffolk's Stour Valley but needs a major overhaul as it hasn't been lived in for more than 20 years and has no central heating.
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Boris Becker worried by Emma Raducanu plans after Australian Open defeat
Raducanu made her next steps clear after exiting the Australian Open earlier than she would have liked – but Becker isn't convinced she is making the right call
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Waspi woman forced to work again at 60 compares state pension age U-turn to 'fraud'
Laurianne Peake, now 67, was expecting to be able to retire at the age of 60, after ill health forced her to leave her teaching job at the age of 55 - but changes in the government's retirement age threw her back into work
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Kate Ferdinand delights fans with rare video of 13-month-old Cree dancing to cartoons
Kate Ferdinand posted an adorable video of her 13-month-old baby Cree dancing to cartoons in the lavish living room of he family home she shares with husband Rio Ferdinand
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Phillip Schofield insists he's 'not a diva' as assistant called to sort his shoes
Rochelle Humes accused her co-star Phillip Schofield of asking the staff member to personalise his soles but he says there was a good reason why he called for on-set shoe support
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Lim Kok Thay: Cruise CEO resigns after ship flees to Bahamas to evade US warrant
The chairman and CEO of the cruise operator Genting Hong Kong, Lim Kok Thay, has resigned after one of the company’s vessels was diverted from Miami to end its journey in the Bahamas to avoid a US warrant.
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Nurse accused of murdering eight babies and trying to kill 10 more appears in court
Lucy Letby, 32, who worked as a nurse at the Countess of Chester Hospital, is accused of murdering eight newborns and trying to kill 10 more during a year-long infanticide spree
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Review: Schaffhausen sets standard for serial killer novels
In “Last Seen Alive,” her fifth novel featuring Boston Police officer Ellery Hathaway, Joanna Schaffhausen completes a daring story arc about a child who was kidnapped by a serial killer, the FBI agent who rescued her, and the lifetime bond their shared nightmare created
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Prince Harry told to stop 'trying to have his cake and eat it' over Sussex security row
PRINCE Harry has been warned he should stop "trying to have his cake and eat it too" over his family's security as the Duke of Sussex challenges the Home Office.
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Haute couture in the shadow of Thierry Mugler’s death
Paris haute couture fashion week saddened by death of French designer at 73The opening of Paris haute couture fashion week, trailed as a celebratory return to live catwalk shows, was overshadowed by the death of the fashion legend Manfred Thierry Mugler.The unexpected announcement of Mugler’s death at the age of 73 made a dramatic start to fashion’s most theatrical week. Haute couture produces showstopping, headline-grabbing gowns for the upcoming red carpet season and for the world’s most extravagant parties. The pedestrian business of hemlines, which other fashion weeks concern themselves with, has no place here. Couture week had been hailed as a cheerful post-pandemic celebration of live fashion, with twice as many physical catwalk shows scheduled as last season, but the news of Mugler’s death, which came just days after a Louis Vuitton show paid tribute to the late Virgil Abloh, moved the mood music dial to bittersweet. Continue reading...
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Bute Park murder: Court hears attack on man, 54, in Cardiff may have been 'in some way homophobic'
Dr Gary Jenkins, 54, suffered horrific injuries when he was brutally attacked in the shadow of Cardiff Castle in Bute Park, Cardiff, on July 20 last year.
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Eric Clapton claims people who have had the Covid vaccine are victims of 'mass formation hypnosis'
The singer, 76, previously claimed he suffered alarming side effects after his AstraZeneca jabs and released ant-lockdown single Stand And Deliver with Van Morrison in 2020.
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AC Milan star Rafael Leao ordered to pay £13.8million to former club Sporting Lisbon
Rafael Leao must pay the sum to Sporting Lisbon or take his appeal to the Portuguese Supreme Court after an unsuccessful appeal regarding an alleged contract breach
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Martina Navratilova says Tennis Australia is ‘capitulating’ to China over Peng Shuai T-shirt ban
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova has accused the Australian Open of “capitulating” to China following its decision to ban fans from wearing T-shirts with “Where is Peng Shuai?” emblazoned.
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Last photos of Regina King’s son show him toasting 2022 with mum before suicide
The professional DJ sadly took his own last week. He had appeared on CNN's New Year's Eve TV show on December 31 alongside his mother and a friend as they raised a glass to the year ahead.
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RFK Jr. hammered by Auschwitz Memorial for Holocaust analogy about vaccines
Kennedy and Informed Consent Action Network founder Del Bigtree were among big names who addressed the rally Sunday morning. Around 20,000 people were expected to attend.
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Voices: Like Nusrat Ghani, my ‘Muslimness’ is seen as a barrier to success
I too have felt the pressure to look ‘less Muslim’ by having a shorter beard, or speaking with a ‘better accent’
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BBC Strictly Come Dancing's Nikita Kuzmin heaped with praise over amazing gesture as he missed tour dates
The professional dancer was left gutted last week when he had to pull out of the opening shows of the Strictly Live Tour
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John Stockton: Who is the legendary NBA star mired in anti-vaccine controversy?
Reverred Utah Jazz point guard risks his courtside legacy after being banned from the stands by hometown college over refusal to abide by mask rules
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Archaeology: Foetus preserved within an Egyptian mummy was 'PICKLED' by acidification, study reveals
The presence of the unborn child's remains was revealed using a combination of CT and X-ray scans back in the April of last year by a team of researchers led from the University of Warsaw.
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British couple in Ukraine face ‘nervous’ wait for surrogate baby’s passport
Ben Garratt and his wife, Alice, admit they are anxious although Kyiv ‘feels normal’ as the Foreign Office begins to withdraw staff from its embassy.
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British couple in Ukraine face ‘nervous’ wait for surrogate baby’s passport
Ben Garratt and his wife, Alice, admit they are anxious although Kyiv ‘feels normal’ as the Foreign Office begins to withdraw staff from its embassy.
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Boris Johnson Casts Doubt Over NI Hike Despite No10 Insisting It Will Go Ahead
Boris Johnson has cast doubt over whether he will stick with a proposed hike in National Insurance, despite No.10 insisting it will go ahead.The prime minister is under pressure from members of his own Cabinet to scrap the 1.25 percentage point rise due in April, just as the cost of living crisis starts to bite for millions across the country. The national insurance increase, which was announced last autumn, is forecast to raise £12billion a year to tackle the NHS backlog caused by Covid, as well as a pay rise for staff and a long-term plan for social care.However, prominent members of the Cabinet, including Rishi Sunak, are said to be distancing themselves from the proposal, with the chancellor reportedly branding it the “prime minister’s tax”.Former Brexit Secretary David Davis — who called on Johnson to resign last week — also urged the prime minister to scrap the rise, telling the BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “They didn’t know at the time that by April we would have the highest inflation rate in 30 years, they didn’t know that interest rates would be going up, council tax would be going up, the fuel price is about to jump by £700 a year for the average family.“Therefore they didn’t know quite what pressure there would be on ordinary people.”Asked by reporters today whether the rise would go ahead in April, the prime minister repeatedly stopped short of confirming the move — instead saying that the government “had to look at all the ways we can address cost of living”.“We’ve got to make that investment in our NHS,” he said.“What I’m telling people is, if you want to fund our fantastic NHS, we have to pay for it – and this government is determined to do so.” "If you want to fund our fantastic NHS, we have to pay for it. And this gov. is determined to do so"Asked if he can guarantee national insurance will rise in April, the PM says money must be put into the health system.https://t.co/9DkeyjHvC9Sky 501, Virgin 602, Freeview 233 pic.twitter.com/yp0fuNQuy6— Sky News (@SkyNews) January 24, 2022His comments came at the same time as his official spokesman was defending the National Insurance increase in a briefing to journalists.He said: “This levy is first and foremost to deal with tackling the massive backlog which we have seen caused by this global pandemic.“It then seeks to address the long-standing problem of fixing our social care system, which unfairly penalises a small minority and of course, it also helps fund a pay rise for NHS staff which the public massively want to see.“So this is the right approach to tackle this long-standing problem.”Asked about reports that the whole Cabinet would back a move to delay the rise, he said: “Cabinet took a collective decision to take this action, to put money into our NHS, to tackle the backlogs, to resolve the long-standing problem of social care and to fund a pay rise for nurses.“The Cabinet stands behind that decision.”The prime minister has faced opposition to the proposal since it was first floated last year.Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said back in July that the government should not raise national insurance, highlighting that it would break the Conservative party manifesto not to increase taxes during this parliament.And in comments leaked to the press earlier this month, Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg told cabinet that the rise should be ditched as inflation and energy bills rise.However, Johnson was backed by education secretary Nadhim Zahawi who said increasing national insurance contributions to pay for social care is “the right thing to do” because it will “finally create a system of adult social care that is sustainable and deliverable without breaking families”.Last week the Resolution Foundation thinktank said the number of households suffering from “fuel stress” —  spending at least 10 per cent of their family budget on energy bills – is set to treble overnight to 6.3 million households when the new energy price cap comes into effect on April 1.The price cap sets a limit on the maximum amount suppliers can charge for each unit of gas and electricity. It is expected to rise by more that 50 per cent in April to around £2,000 per year.Related...Explained: What Is The Cost Of Living Crisis?7 Ways To Keep Your Energy Bills Down That Don't Involve Star JumpsTory MP Stuns People By Declaring Islamophobia Can Only Impact 'Obvious' Muslims
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Arsenal transfer news and rumours: Dusan Vlahovic rivalry, Aubameyang insight, Isak and Arthur Melo latest
Arsenal are intent on bolstering their squad in the final week of the transfer window.
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PM says ‘we have to pay’ for NHS as he defends national insurance hike
Senior Tory MPs have called for the April tax rise to be scrapped or postponed in the face of growing cost of living pressures.
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PM says ‘we have to pay’ for NHS as he defends national insurance hike
Senior Tory MPs have called for the April tax rise to be scrapped or postponed in the face of growing cost of living pressures.
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Solo travel holidays: Which escorted tour (with no single supplement) is best for you? 
There's a unique freedom about jetting off somewhere on your own... here's our guide to the best solo adventures, from a cruise along Portugal's Douro River to a trip around the Emerald Isle.
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Mars reflections that suggested there is water on surface of red planet may be just an illusion, scientists say
Sparkling reflections on Mars that led to hopes of water on the planet might actually have just been an illusion, scientists have said.
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Ukraine-Russia crisis news LIVE: Latest updates as Boris Johnson warns Putin over 'disastrous' invasion
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Water on Mars unlikely: Lake detected under Red Planet's south pole is likely just a dusty mirage
Re-examining radar reflections of the south pole allowed planetary scientists from the University of Texas to determine it is likely just volcanic rock under the Martian ice cap.
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OPINION - My own cost of living index? The £4 doughnut
You want to know when the cost of living crisis really comes home? It’s when you pay four quid for a doughnut.
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Unions say Government climate change teaching strategy is ‘not enough’
Teachers could be ‘fearful’ about discussing climate change issues with students under climate change teaching proposals.
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Unions say Government climate change teaching strategy is ‘not enough’
Teachers could be ‘fearful’ about discussing climate change issues with students under climate change teaching proposals.
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Confession review – priest, cop and bloodied gunman face off in church thriller
Colm Meany leads a compelling trio of actors but but this talky drama labours under the weight of a plodding scriptShow, don’t tell. It’s one of cinema’s cardinal rules – not that anyone told Colm Meaney’s compulsively questioning priest in David Beton’s laborious thriller, or the wounded gunman (True Blood’s Stephen Moyer) who staggers into his church with a yarn to spin. You have to be very gifted to successfully flout that rule, and writer-director Beton – also responsible for 2017’s The Hatton Garden Job, under the name Ronnie Thompson – can’t get his characters to transfix, even if they keep interest flickering intermittently.Meaney’s Father Peter is admirably stoic with a gun in his face. In fact, he soon turns the tables on the interloper, Victor, who he implores to own up to whatever sins have led to him bleeding from the stomach in the nave. But while Victor recounts his saga – something about his dead wife and his estrangement from his teenage daughter – another bleeding intruder, Willow (Clare-Hope Ashitey, little seen since Children of Men), is lurking in a wardrobe in Father Peter’s study. When she finally emerges, brandishing a police badge, she upends everything Victor has been saying. Continue reading...
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