Eviction teams try to FORCE out the Euston Five

Members of HS2 Rebellion constructed tunnels under Euston Square Gardens in central London, claiming the small green space near the station will be built over with a temporary taxi rank.
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Labour MSP calls for Covid debate during day of tributes to Prince Philip at Holyrood
‘Duty and reponsibility’ of MSPs to hold Nicola Sturgeon to account for 10,000 deaths, says Neil Findlay
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Navy chief pays tribute to Philip’s ‘zeal and great charm’
The First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Tony Radakin, has recorded a video message paying tribute to the duke.
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Quake in Indonesia's Java, Bali kills 1; no tsunami warning
A strong earthquake has killed one person on Indonesia’s main island of Java
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People urged to keep getting Covid vaccine as blood clots ‘extraordinarily rare’
The risk is roughly equivalent to driving 250 miles in a car, an expert said.
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Line of Duty fans 'terrified' as Sunday's ep set to be 'one of the best'
'Mother of God, if it's more dramatic than the season three finale I might have to book myself a wee holiday from work for Monday'
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Kane 'to ask to leave Spurs if they don't reach CL' amid Man United speculation
Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane reportedly wants to leave the club this summer and Man United have been repeatedly linked.
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Luke Thompson makes instant impact as England star scores on NRL return
Canterbury had scored for an incredible 222 minutes before Thompson came on. Within five minutes, he'd got over the line.
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Queen shares touching words about 'devoted' Prince Philip in new Instagram post
The Queen has shared a touching tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh - a day after her husband of 73 years died at Windsor Castle at the age of 99.
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Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke enjoys cosy London stroll with pal Mark Noble
They took in the sights.
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The week in classical: back to Bach’s Passions with the OAE, Oxford Bach soloists and more
Available onlineAn abundance of virtual Easter offerings this year included Mark Padmore’s Evangelist directing the OAE, and a powerful performance from OxfordAfter the abrupt silencing of Bach’s Passions last year – an Easter tradition that looked immutable until lockdown intruded – this year’s recovery has been little short of miraculous. Since the numerous performances were online (mostly still available), there was no need for the usual tough choice. You could experience, in their entirety, the majestic St Matthew Passion, the compact, stirring St John, the less well known, triumphal Easter Oratorio, various motets and cantatas and, for good measure if not specifically seasonal, the epic B minor Mass, grippingly performed by Voces8 and the Academy of Ancient Music, conducted by Barnaby Smith.Only human frailty, sad but true, prevented me from listening to every last note on offer, though I couldn’t resist sampling Britten Sinfonia (available to stream for free until 27 April), Amici Voices, English Touring Opera and the English Baroque Soloists. The UK’s unique and fluid community of baroque specialists quickly felt like friends: singers Iestyn Davies, Helen Charlston, Rowan Pierce, as well as several instrumentalists, were among those who appeared in different venues, different performances. Continue reading...
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In Pictures: Gun salutes and flowers honour Duke of Edinburgh
Wellwishers had been asked to stay away under coronavirus restrictions, but many still made the journey to royal palace.
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Rio Ferdinand says Kevin de Bruyne is taking on unseen role at Man City
De Bruyne has signed a new contract extension at Manchester City.
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Blood clots linked to AstraZeneca vaccine stem from rare antibody reaction
Dr Andreas Greinacher said it was a ‘likely possibility’ that the people who developed the clotting disorder had some rare, unknown biological traits
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Trent Alexander-Arnold's Liverpool teammates blamed for his drop in form
Struggling Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold has received the wholehearted backing of Anfield legend John Barnes, who has no doubt the 22-year-old will make the England squad for the Euros
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DMX's powerful work confronted an American hell of trauma and poverty
The rapper, who has died aged 50, parlayed his life’s difficulties into thrilling, combative, witheringly witty musicListening to a DMX song from the late 1990s is like riding a wrecking ball through a gated community. The music video for Stop Being Greedy – one of many confrontational highlights from the rapper’s 1998 Def Jam debut It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot – shows DMX hunting a wealthy white man across a mansion, before eventually feeding the poor soul like a T-bone steak to his pet pitbull; the rapper’s exhilarating, half-barked vocals gave the sense that he wanted to eat the rich.It’s a song about the poor feeling so ignored that they have no choice but to confront the ruling classes (“Ribs is touching, so don’t make me wait / Fuck around and I’m gon’ bite you and snatch the plate”) and violently rip up their rules, and its message reflected an urge by DMX – who died on Friday at the age of 50 – to liberate a hip-hop culture that by 1998 had become too preoccupied with shiny suits in tacky music videos filmed inside a blingy Rubik’s Cube. Continue reading...
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Possible Johnson & Johnson vaccine blood clots ‘extraordinarily rare events’, government adviser says
‘Many of us wouldn’t blink before taking’ equivalent risk in a different setting, Imperial professor says
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Gun salutes mark death of UK's Prince Philip
Gun salutes across the U.K., in Commonwealth countries and at sea are marking the death of Britain’s Prince Philip as military leaders honor the former naval officer and husband of Queen Elizabeth II
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Kerry Katona heartbroken following her beloved aunt Angela's funeral
Singer Kerry Katona revealed she wishes she did more to help her tragic aunt Angela, who passes away after failing to overcome her long-standing drug addiction
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Airline trade body calls for investigation into coronavirus testing charges
The requirement for more expensive PCR tests has led to a backlash and calls for travellers to be able to take cheaper lateral flow tests.
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Grand National 2021 live results, tips, predictions and pinstickers
The Randox Grand National takes place at 5.15 on Saturday, April 10. Cloth Cap is the favourite, but Burrows Saint and Minella Times are popular with punters
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Gun salutes across UK mark Duke of Edinburgh’s death
Saluting batteries began firing 41 rounds at one round every minute from midday on Saturday in cities including London.
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Keir Starmer can’t pin down Boris Johnson on vaccine passports – or anything else
The Labour leader has carefully constructed an alliance against ‘Covid-status certificates’, only to find that the prime minister has escaped again
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Suffolk: Man arrested after woman’s body found at country park
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman’s body was found at Brandon Country Park
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Prince Philip's death: Philip's funeral could be Harry's chance to repair 'deep damage' over Oprah
The Duke of Sussex is said to be making arrangements for his first trip home since the pair quit royal life and moved out to California.
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How to use coffee grounds in the garden – from worm food to fertiliser
Don't throw those used grounds out just yet.
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Tyson Fury offers hope his deadline will be met for Anthony Joshua fight
Fury claimed he has had some 'big news' as fight fans wait for a date and venue to be confirmed for the blockbuster heavyweight unification fight between The Gypsy King and Joshua
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Prince Philip death live updates: Gun salutes as Princes Andrew and Edward arrive at Windsor Castle
Gun salutes have been fired across the UK, in Gibraltar and at sea to mark the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99.
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Andrew Marr angers BBC viewers after saying Prince Philip 'like an Indian bride'
The long-standing BBC journalist told Reeta Chakrabarti about the royal protocol but many were not impressed when he likened Prince Philip and the Queen's public displays to an Indian wedding
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Grand National 2021 LIVE! Results, tips, odds and horse racing updates from Aintree 
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Belfast riots: Fears disorder could continue over weekend after another night of violence
Loyalists have urged their communities to halt protests to mark death of Prince Philip
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Deaf sheepdog returns to work after learning sign language
Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?
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Marco van Basten urges Jurgen Klopp not to ruin Virgil van Dijk's Euros dream
Former Ajax and AC Milan ace Marco van Basten believes Liverpool stalwart Virgil van Dijk can recover from injury to lead Holland to glory - just like he did in 1988
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Prince Edward arrives at Windsor Castle to see grieving Queen after Prince Philip’s death
PRINCE Edward has arrived at Windsor Castle to visit his mother the Queen, who is grieving over the death of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh.
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Grand National 2021: all Saturday’s latest news and tips at Aintree – live!
Our rolling report, with the marquee race at 5.15pm BSTFollow the money: why punters are backing BlackmoreAny Second Now can win second National for WalshOur horse-by-horse guide to all the runnersEmail Tony here, tweet @tonypaley or comment BTL 12.06pm BST If you fancy Definitly (sub’s nightmare) Red for the National ... take note ... he’s got a new man on top ... one with a great Aintree pedigree as Ryan Mania won the big race on Auroras Encore in 2013JOCKEY CHANGE: Ryan Mania replaces Henry Brooke aboard Definitly Red in the Grand National pic.twitter.com/nqNffiPWYO 12.01pm BST Welcome to Grand National day ... here are the horses to cross off on your newspaper or digital racecard as they’re not turning up at Aintree today:1.45pm - Eft Systems Handicap Hurdle10 Corrieben Reiver (Going) Continue reading...
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Punters back Takingrisks and Definitly Red in 2021 Grand National
Punters are searching for the value with bookmakers, who are offering plenty of each-way places on this afternoon's Randox Grand National at Aintree
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Prince Philip death: BBC and ITV viewing figures plummet amid wall-to-wall royal coverage
BBC One, BBC Two and ITV experienced dramatic exodus of viewers after pulling their regular schedules
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Prince Philip death: Gun salutes fired across UK in tribute to Duke of Edinburgh
‘A great friend, inspiration and role model,’ says head of the British armed forces
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Prince Philip live updates: Gun salutes as Princes Andrew and Edward arrive at Windsor Castle
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Arsenal open talks with representatives of Fluminense youngster Matheus Martinelli
The Gunners have been scouting the youngster for several months.
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Gogglebox shares close look at Jenny’s Line of Duty notebook and it’s everything we dreamed of and more
Detective skills worthy of AC-12.
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Gun salutes across UK in tribute to Prince Philip as Brits mourn Duke's death
The 41 salutes, one each minute, will be heard across the country in cities including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast as well as Gibraltar and from Royal Navy warships, the Ministry of Defence said
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Aguero and Laporte absences from Man City squad vs Leeds explained
Manchester City have suffered two new injury concerns ahead of the Premier League clash with Leeds United.
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Gun salutes fired across country as mark of respect for Prince Philip
The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, died on Friday afternoon.
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Gun salutes across UK mark Duke of Edinburgh’s death
Saluting batteries began firing 41 rounds at one round every minute from midday on Saturday in cities including London.
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‘I’m 51, I can say what I want’: Leone Ross has overcome her fears
More than 15 years in the writing, Ross’ new novel This One Sky Day is a glorious achievement. So why did it take so long?There is the difficult second novel, but for some writers there is also the far more difficult third novel. And so it was for Leone Ross, who in the 1990s published two well-received works of fiction, All the Blood Is Red and Orange Laughter. The first, a visceral group portrait of four women that moved between London and Jamaica, was longlisted for what is now the Women’s prize for fiction; the second, which tells the story of a man descending into madness in the tunnels of the New York subway as he reckons with the legacy of the civil rights movement and his upbringing, appeared on Wasafiri magazine’s list of its 25 most influential novels.Then, although their author worked steadily and productively as an editor and as a teacher of creative writing, and although she continued to produce pieces of short fiction, the novels ceased to come. As Leone Ross prepares to publish This One Sky Day, a novel at least 15 years in the writing, I ask her what happened to keep her quiet for so long? Continue reading...
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