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WWE’s Bobby Lashley fires back at haters over Rusev and Lana divorce
Bobbly Lashley is lapping up his moment in the spotlight and sets his sights on Brock and Roman.
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Golden Globes 2019: Brits who might steal the show
With 27 nominations, it's a strong year for British talent at the US award show.
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Golden Globe nominations: Little Women star Saoirse Ronan subtly throws shade after Greta Gerwig snub
The Best Actress nominee quietly jabbed the HFPA for failing to recognise Gerwig
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Adwoa Aboah rocks cobweb chic at swanky Bafta Breakthrough dinner and we’re seriously obsessed
We are not worthy of Adwoa.
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Ryan Reynolds speaks out after he’s almost crushed by collapsing stage barrier at Brazil Comic-Con
He should have listened to Blake Lively’s advice.
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Jeremy Corbyn will appoint new team of Brexit negotiators backing 'both Leave and Remain' if Labour wins general election
Move follows Boris Johnson's criticism of who would carry out the role - and casts doubt on future influence of Remain-backing Keir Starmer
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Rapper Juice Wrld was given opioid antidote by federal agent before he died, police say
Rapper is said to have gone into convulsions during a drugs and weapons search at a private plane hangar in Chicago
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12 soap spoiler pictures: EastEnders revenge, Coronation Street tragedy, Emmerdale suicide trauma, Hollyoaks decision
All the new pictures and spoilers for next week's soaps revealed.
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Nigel Farage attacked for ‘dog-whistle racism’ in furious Question Time clash
'You were trying to dog-whistle racism and you're a disgrace, apologise for it, stop peddling hate.'
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Natalie Nunn seemingly lashes out at Chloe Ayling amid allegations of Dan Osborne threesome
Natalie was furious as she landed in London.
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General election: PM's response to sick boy photo 'clear and unforced and natural', claims top Tory – live news
The Lib Dem leader will condemn prime minister for his rhetoric about EU citizens 8.57am GMT On the Today programme this morning Nigel Farage, the Brexit party leader, said that Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan would take the UK into “years of negotiation”. It would not amount to getting Brexit done, he claimed.I do believe that, unless we get a Brexit party voice in the House of Commons, we are not going to get a realistic Brexit because he’ll push through this new EU treaty as it is. 8.48am GMT Good morning. I’m Andrew Sparrow, taking over from Damien Gayle.Robert Buckland, the justice secretary, has also given an interview to BBC Breakfast this morning defending Boris Johnson’s actions yesterday when he tried to avoid commenting on the photograph of four-year-old Jack Williment-Barr having to sleep on a hospital floor. When it was put to Buckland that the PM’s response was awkward to watch, Buckland did not accept that. He said:Elections are really difficult things. Things will happen in elections, unpredictable events. I don’t think he was forced into it. I think when he looked at it, the reaction was clear and unforced and natural, and the apology was forthcoming and fulsome."The reaction was clear, unforced and natural, and the apology was forthcoming and fulsome" Conservative Robert Buckland is challenged on Boris Johnson's response to an image of a sick boy sleeping on a hospital floor https://t.co/kHH17Zebti #bbcbreakfast pic.twitter.com/TDaCFFO8tz Continue reading...
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The Grand Tour’s James May cheats death as he crashes plane on the runway
'I was being overconfident in strong crosswinds.'
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Jennifer Lopez responds to fan who urged fellow passengers on plane to watch Hustlers
Lopez was nominated for Golden Globe for work in film yesterday
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Karl Pilkington’s Sick Of It season 2 teases new love and a very creepy Karl baby
Noone beats his first love, biscuits, though.
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Olivia Colman and The Crown season 3 cast all nominated for Golden Globes - despite fans' reaction to new line-up
The 2020 Golden Globes nominations are in and despite mixed reviews for season 3, leading cast members of The Crown have all earned nominations.
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Jurgen Klopp reveals he turned down chance to sign Sadio Mane while at Borussia Dortmund
The Senegalese forward faces off against old Red Bull Salzburg.
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Ashley Young admits he rejected Liverpool and Man City before Man Utd transfer
The veteran full back joined United from Aston Villa in 2011 but had a number of offers on the table before he opted for the move to Old Trafford
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Thomas Cook: 50,000 customers still waiting for holiday refunds
Repayment deadline has been missed
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Weatherspoons to open new pubs and hotels across UK creating 10,000 jobs
Wetherspoons has announced it will open new pubs and hotels across that UK in a £200 million investment which will create around 10,000 jobs.
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Holly Willoughby fights back tears over Phillip Schofield and This Morning amid ‘rift’ rumours: ‘There’s a lot of history’
What feud?
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WWE Raw recap: Rusev and Lana get divorced as he makes final demand to face Bobby Lashley
What happened in this week's Raw? All the action.
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Who was Bertha von Suttner? Today's Google Doodle honours the first female Nobel Peace Prize winner and author
Google is honouring a leading figure in the peace movement whose work continues in The Netherlands today.
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Frozen’s Jonathan Groff joins Keanu Reeves for The Matrix 4 as Lana Wachowski returns
It's a match made in heaven.
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Scott McTominay 'set for new double-your-money Man Utd deal' as reward for form
The Scotland international, 23, is currently one of the lowest-paid first-team stars at Old Trafford but is on the brink of being handed a double-your-money deal
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Naughty dog Porridge destroys everything in the house – but is best friends with little girl
Porridge's owner says she 'still loves the little sh*t'.
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X Factor's Nicole Scherzinger and Thom Evans are touchy feely as romance heats up
X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger and contestant Thom Evans proved their romance is hotting up on a cosy theatre date
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Arsenal boss Freddie Ljungberg not getting carried away despite snapping nine-game winless streak
Goals from Gabriel Martinelli, Nicolas Pepe and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang earned a vital win at West Ham
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Duterte to lift martial law in southern Philippines
Law imposed two and a half years ago to try to stop Islamic State gaining presenceRodrigo Duterte will lift martial law in the southern Philippines by year’s end, his spokesman has said, more than two years after it was imposed in an attempt to stop the Islamic State group gaining a foothold there.The president put the Mindanao region under military rule in May 2017, hours after gunmen flying the black Isis flag seized the mainly Muslim city of Marawi, sparking a five-month battle that left 1,200 people dead. Continue reading...
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Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield shut down rumours of a rift and insist they are "best mates"
They have presented This Morning together since 2009
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At least six dead after gunman opens fire in hospital
The gunman who opened fire on a Czech Republic hospital is still at large, say officials and police.
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Piers Morgan claims ‘everyone needs a fat-shamer if you’re fat’ in controversial debate
'We all need a bit of fat-shaming really.'
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Chilean military plane 'disappears' en route to Antarctica with nearly 40 on board
No emergency signals activated as military launches search and rescue operation
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Former Coronation Street star Lucy-Jo Hudson on the pregnancy craving that is 'killing' her partner
The soap star opens up about her second pregnancy and confirmed she's expecting a baby boy
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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez flash winning smiles after her Golden Globe nomination for Hustlers
She’s got a whole lot to smile about.
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Buy a classic sport photograph: the big splash
The tenth of a Guardian Print Shop series featuring classic sports images from the likes of Gerry Cranham, Mark Leech and Tom Jenkins – yours to own for just £55 including free deliveryWhile most other photographers took their places on the sidelines of the athletics track at the White City stadium for the 1965 British Games, photographer Gerry Cranham, always hunting something a little different, ducked down alongside one of the steeplechase hurdles and awaited his quarry. He knew his low vantage point, combined with the mirror-like surface of the water, would offer a crisp reflection of the action and the surrounding architecture; he knew, too, that having athletes leaping over his shoulder into the drink would fill the frame with drama. The resulting image is a dynamic example of Cranham’s vision and craft – it’s also a memento of one of London’s long-lost sporting stadia. Erected for the 1908 Olympics, the 93,000-capacity venue played host to numerous British Games, as well as greyhound racing, speedway, boxing, Queens Park Rangers Football Club and a match at the 1966 World Cup before being razed in 1985 to make way for the expansion of the BBC’s headquarters. Continue reading...
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Russia 'emboldened' by lenient anti-doping punishments, claims Usada chief Travis Tygart
United States Anti-Doping Agency's chief executive has been one of Wada's fiercest critics over their handling of the Russian doping scandal
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Heroic teen tackled man in clown mask carrying 12 inch knife threatening to kill family
Callum Matts pinned Mathieu Lucas to the ground following the late-night incident at Cadishead Park, Salford, Greater Manchester, earlier this year
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Spygate 2? New England Patriots admit filming at Bengals game
Super Bowl champions caught filming Browns v BengalsCoach Bill Belichick: ‘We 100% have zero involvement’The New England Patriots acknowledged on Monday night that a video crew working for the team filmed the Cincinnati Bengals sideline during Sunday’s game, a violation of league rules that echoed the team’s 2007 Spygate scandal.In a statement posted on Twitter and the team website, the Patriots said a three-person crew for a web series titled Do Your Job inappropriately filmed the field from the press box as part of a feature on the scouting department. The filming took place without specific knowledge of league rules, the statement said. Continue reading...
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UK GDP: Economic uncertainty expected to weigh on growth - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including October’s UK GDP growth reportEconomists predict growth of 0.1% in OctoberBut the last quarter could be flat 8.01am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. Today we get the final healthcheck on the UK economy before Thursday’s election, and it may not cheer the spirits. Related: General election: Swinson says Johnson's language puts EU citizens at risk of hate crimes – live “Trading over November and the Black Friday period was below expectations, with lower than anticipated margins and sell through.Wow. Struggling Ted Baker throws the kitchen sink at recovery: CEO is out after 22 years with company, chairman on his way too, divi suspended, profit warning. And there's still the internal fallout of #Huggate too... Continue reading...
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Ivanka Trump was personal friends with British spy who compiled Russia dossier
Intelligence officer has visited the family at Trump Tower
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Grovelling Dan Osborne plans second wedding to Jacqueline Jossa after 'cheat' storm
Jacqueline Jossa's husband Dan Osborne wants to start afresh with his wife after being accused of having a threesome with Chloe Ayling and Natalie Nunn
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M1 traffic: M1 CLOSED after horror smash - five miles of queues
THE M1 has been closed - sparking miles of tailbacks - after a horror rush-hour smash this morning.
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New Zealand eruption: Police launch investigation after volcano kills at least five and leaves 31 injured
'There will be bigger questions in relation to this event. They must be asked and answered,' says PM Ardern
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