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Has Covid-19 turned the clock back on women's equality? – podcast
Women seem to be bearing the brunt of the economic fallout and taking on a greater share of domestic work and childcare. Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff looks at whether the virus has meant a huge step back for women’s rightsMen have paid disproportionately with their lives during this pandemic, yet it’s women, Gaby Hinsliff tells Anushka Asthana, who seem to be bearing the brunt of the economic fallout. Women working from home are also shouldering more of the housework and childcare than men, according to research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), while young women were hardest hit by redundancies early on, when female-dominated sectors such as retail, hotels and hairdressing salons shut overnight. Gaby says she worries it is turning back the clock on the huge strides forward that women have made over the past few decades. Anushka also talks to Georgie, a paramedic who was pregnant when Covid-19 hit. She had all her shifts cancelled as a result of pregnancy discrimination, and is now taking her agency to a tribunal. She describes the enormous impact that it had on her mental health and her pregnancy. Continue reading...
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Man United 'make Federico Chiesa loan enquiry' and more transfer rumours
Man Utd reportedly tried to sign Fiorentina's Federico Chiesa on loan as an alternative to Jadon Sancho and more gossip.
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Madeleine McCann probe gets 'extra £350k from Home Office' taking total to £12m
The Home Office has confirmed extra funding has been afforded to Operation Grange to continue the investigation in Madeleine McCann's disappearance until March 2021
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Music legend Stevie Nicks makes lustful confession about Harry Styles
Stevie – who has been in the music industry since the 1970s – was gushing with compliments for Harry as she discussed the younger singer's career choices and handsome looks
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LEADING OFF: Marlins' Marte hopes to play with broken hand
The Marlins are hoping center fielder Starling Marte can play through a broken bone in his left hand as they try to eliminate the Cubs at Wrigley Field
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California governor signs corporate boardroom diversity law
Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a law requiring hundreds of California-based corporations to have directors from racial or sexual minorities on their boards
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Trump distorts Biden's debate comment at rally, saying rival 'owns socialism'
<p>‘I am the Democratic Party right now,’ former vice president said at chaotic first debate</p>
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Accountancy firm EY faces 'Arthur Andersen moment'
The accountancy firm audited Wirecard's books for more than a decade until the German payment company went bust this year after admitting that £1.7billion had vanished.
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Hong Kong police out in force to deter protests on China's national day
Last year fierce clashes broke out between protesters and police on 1 October, but the introduction of harsh security laws has largely stifled dissent Thousands of riot police were stationed across Hong Kong on Thursday to stamp out any large democracy rallies as the financial hub marked China’s National Day under the shadow of a growing crackdown on dissent.The People’s Republic of China celebrates its founding on 1 October with a holiday and carefully choreographed festivities. Continue reading...
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Donald Trump and Joe Biden on mute? MAJOR changes to next debate after 'disaster’
DONALD TRUMP and Joe Biden went head to head for the first time during the US 2020 election, but the presidential debate commission has said it will be making changes to avoid a repeat of the disastrous discussion.
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Anglia Ruskin university paid Instagram influencer graduates to promote its degrees
Bosses at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge say a dozen life-style, fashion and travel influencers were paid to promote the institution on Instagram in lead-up to A Level results day.
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Goldschmidt, Cardinals win 7-4 in Padres' return to playoffs
Paul Goldschmidt hit a two-run home run during a four-run first inning, St. Louis’ bullpen held strong after starter Kwang Hyun Kim stumbled in his playoff debut and the Cardinals ruined the San Diego Padres’ long-awaited return to the playoffs with a 7-4 victory in the opener of their NL wild-card series
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Trained solicitor, 41, fails in 'unusual' court bid to force his parents to continue to support him
The man, who has mental health disabilities, lives in London and is currently unemployed, said his parents had 'nurtured his dependency' on them and that he was vulnerable.
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Shawn Mendes' new album announcement shoots down Camila Cabella break-up rumours
The Canadia pop singer is definitely still dating the Cuban pop princess – and has a brand new single and album being released. News of both has been a delight to fans.
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Two of UK's most prolific rapists set to find out if they will die in prison
Joseph McCann, 35, and Reynhard Sinaga, 37, both from Manchester, were handed 30 years in prison each but an appeal hearing this month could see them locked up for life
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Piers Morgan savages ‘weak’ Joe Biden in ‘most embarrassing’ presidential debate ever
PIERS Morgan has launched a vicious attack on Democrat Joe Biden in a scathing commentary on every aspect of the US presidential debate between Mr Bident and Donald Trump.
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MI6 boss reveals explosive truth about threat from China – ‘We got it wrong!’
THE WEST "got it wrong" on China according to an extraordinary confession from Sir Alex Younger, the outgoing head of MI6.
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'In my dreams I'm there': the exodus from Hong Kong
Beijing’s national security law has prompted the exit of people from all walks of life in fear they or their children are at riskJoe Kwong* loves Hong Kong. But he knows he has to leave.A university-educated construction worker in his 30s, he is just one of many Hongkongers who have uprooted their lives in recent months – or are now planning to – because of fears over the rapid demise of the rule of law and civil liberties. Hong Kong’s descent into effective Chinese control has been swift, and was cemented in June by the introduction of the national security law, which prohibits acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign forces. Continue reading...
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Man arrested after hiding in teenager’s bedroom closet for more than a month
<p>Police say he made multiple trips to have sex with girl after meeting on chat app</p>
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PAUL THOMAS on... the farcical Presidential debate
'United Shame of America'
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Father's decades old Harry Potter first edition found to be worth a fortune
A retired British expat father was stunned to find that his copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was a super-rare first edition worth up to £50,000.
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CRAIG BROWN: As Spitting Image puppets return... it's Satireday night lively and dangerous! 
CRAIG BROWN: Spitting Image returns to our screens on Saturday. We are promised grotesque new latex puppets of, among many others, Donald Trump, Meghan and Harry...
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: With Gordon Ramsay, TV shows are all about the E-Word... Ego
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Gordon Ramsay's road trips were unpleasant enough. Gordon Ramsay's ego trip is bordering on the unwatchable.
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AOC and Elizabeth Warren drop out of New Yorker Festival in solidarity with union
<p>Former Attorney General Eric Holder also withdraws from the event in a show of support for unionised magazine staffers</p>
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Melania Trump knew her husband would with the presidential election 'if and when he ran'
Melania, 50, spoke about her humble beginnings, her belief in capitalism, and President Donald Trump in an interview featured in Tatler's November issue.
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‘I’m not Chris Wallace’: CNN host cuts off interview with Trump spokesman about debate
<p>The heated exchange began when Tapper asked about Trump condemning white supremacists</p>
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Man arrested and charged with shooting two LA sheriff’s deputies
Deonte Lee Murray was charged with attempted murder in the 12 September ambush, which left the two deputies with head woundsInvestigators have arrested and charged a man in connection with the shooting of two Los Angeles county sheriff’s deputies earlier this month as they sat in a squad car.The District attorney, Jackie Lacey, said on Wednesday that attempted murder charges had been filed against 36-year-old Deonte Lee Murray. Continue reading...
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5,000 pets including rabbits, cats and dogs are found dead at a depot in China
WARNING DISTRESSING IMAGES: The animals were found in cardboard or metal shipping boxes at the Dongxing Logistics station in Luohe city, in China's Henan province.
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Plastic straw ban in England comes into force
Businesses can no longer sell or supply the single-use items as part of efforts to reduce pollution.
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Gone to pot: New Zealand cools on legalising cannabis
With a crowded election cycle, non-committal politicians and a pandemic to worry about, public support for a yes vote in the referendum is eroding It is believed to be the first country in the world to put the legalisation of recreational cannabis to a national public vote. But amid a pandemic, an election concentrated almost entirely on the Covid-19 crisis, and a simultaneous vote on euthanasia, New Zealand’s upcoming marijuana referendum has not captivated the mainstream public attention that it might have in an ordinary year.New Zealand would join Canada and Uruguay on the list of countries legalising the sale and use of cannabis for adults if more than half of voters approved it – but public backing for the measure has eroded in polling during 2020, reversing growing support in recent years. In a debate plagued by claims of misinformation from both sides – and taking place during an overcrowded election cycle – some politicians have shied away from the matter altogether, fearing they will end up on the wrong side of a divisive topic. Continue reading...
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Covid-19: Funding crisis threatens zoos' vital conservation work
The body that represents British zoos says they are facing the biggest cash crisis in their history.
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Fukushima nuclear disaster preventable, court rules, with more damages claims likely
Government and company Tepco ordered to pay some damages for 2011 event, but ruling could spur further claimsA Japanese court has found the government and Tepco, the operator of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant, negligent for failing to take measures to prevent the 2011 nuclear disaster, and ordered them to pay 1bn yen ($9.5m) in damages to thousands of residents for their lost livelihoods.The ruling on Wednesday by Sendai high court could open up the government to further damage claims because thousands of other residents evacuated as reactors at the coastal power station overheated and released a radioactive cloud, following the devastating tsunami. While some people have returned home, areas close to the plant are still off limits. Continue reading...
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Restaurant launches the ultimate challenge to see who can finish a THREE KILO hotdog
An Australian restaurant is offering the ultimate challenge to see who will attempt to finish a three-kilogram hotdog. Those who finish the meal in 30 minutes or less will receive their money back.
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Poet Laureate Simon Armitage's new work about coronavirus is released to mark National Poetry Day
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage (pictured) told how lockdown sometimes left him lost for words. His new work about how the pandemic changed lives is released today.
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James, Herro see popularity rise in the NBA playoffs
LeBron James’ popularity, even in his 17th season, cannot be argued
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Selfless mum-of-four killed in crash after spending months at ill baby's bedside
Gemma Gregory, 32, died alongside Drew Pedley, 22, when their car smashed into a tree on the A34 in Marton, Cheshire, leaving behind a devastated family, including a desperately ill son
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Facebook removes Trump campaign ads with misleading claims about refugees
The rejected ads claimed, without evidence, that Biden would allow more refugees and thus increase Americans’ risk of Covid-19Facebook has removed a number of ads from the Trump campaign for making misleading and inaccurate claims about Covid-19 and immigration.On Wednesday the social media platform took down the Trump-sponsored advertisements which claimed, without evidence, that accepting refugees would increase Americans’ risk of Covid-19. The ad, which featured a video of Joe Biden talking about the border and asylum seekers, claimed, also without evidence, that the Democratic candidate’s policies would increase the number of refugees from Syria, Somalia, and Yemen by “700%”. More than 38 versions of the ad were run on Facebook and were seen by hundreds of thousands of people before the company removed them. Continue reading...
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Games Inbox: PS5 cross-gen criticism, Mafia remake difficulty, and Dragon’s Dogma Netflix review
The Thursday Inbox is still unsure whether Fallout and Elder Scrolls will be Xbox exclusives, as one reader complains about GAME’s Xbox tax.
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Liverpool, Man Utd and Chelsea potential Champions League opponents confirmed
The Premier League's big guns now know who their potential opponents are ahead of Thursday's draw for the group stages of the Champions League
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Patients left 'in limbo' by NHS virus response
An MPs' report says better communication with patients could have avoided much anxiety and stress.
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I'm A Celebrity 'WILL go ahead say bosses' after Wales' new strict lockdown rules
According to The Sun , ITV producers will 'keep ploughing on' after Welsh health minister Vaughan Gething imposed strict rules in Conwy County on Tuesday evening.
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Iman Vellani makes Marvel history as first onscreen Muslim hero for Disney +
The up-and-coming teenage actress has reportedly been cast as Kamala Khan – aka elasticised superhero Ms. Marvel – for an upcoming Disney + TV series set to air in 2022
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I just can't bear to throw out my ex-husband's clutter
Rosie Green's husband made the decision to leave their family 18 months ago and, despite being blindsided by his decision, she was struck by the small amount of 'stuff' he took from their home.
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Covid in Wales: Lockdown tourism businesses fear closure
Wrexham, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Conwy face lockdown restrictions from 18:00 on Thursday.
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Ballymena fire: Child dies in horrific house fire in Ireland
A CHILD has died in a horrific house fire in Ballymena yesterday.
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Kris Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian deny sexual harassment claims made by former bodyguard
Kourtney Kardashian is listed as a defendant in the suit filed by Marc McWilliams, who claimed sexual harassment, hostile work environment, racial discrimination and gender discrimination.
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Coffee before breakfast could give you diabetes, experts warn
Experts from the University of Bath warn it is better to hold off from a caffeine hit until after breakfast because regularly drinking coffee beforehand may raise the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
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What to wear this weekend: FEMAIL picks out the best autumn florals
Camilla Ridley-Day shares advice for embracing the autumn floral trend at any occasion. The British style expert also picked out a selection of the best pieces available from online stores.
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