Flag on Jeffrey Epstein's 'pedophile island' flies at HALF MAST after his 'suicide' in jail

Curiosity peaked this week when the FBI descended on Little St. James Island and carried away what locals say were several large items from one of two islands that the 66-year-old Epstein owned.
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How old is Prince Andrew, who are his daughters and what is his relationship with Sarah Ferguson?
Are recent holiday snaps with Fergie signs of a rekindled romance?
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Sick baby’s parents beg for permission to fly to US for ‘life-saving’ treatment
The parents of a baby currently ‘stuck on a ventilator’ have pleaded with doctors to let them travel abroad to save his life.
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Donald Tusk sends damning response to Boris Johnson's plea for Irish border backstop to be scrapped
Donald Tusk has sent a damning response after Boris Johnson pleaded for the Irish border backstop to be scrapped.
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Strictly Come Dancing’s Chris Ramsey is a ‘mess’ after first rehearsal
The funnyman's put on his dancing shoes.
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EU fear Boris Johnson letter shows Prime Minister is 'clear cut' in forcing no deal
EU chiefs are ready to call Boris Johnson’s bluff after he last night ordered Brussels to scrap the “anti-democratic” backstop for there to be any chance of a Brexit deal.
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Games Inbox: Gamescom early impressions, Mafia III, and Gears 5
Readers offer their early Gamescom impressions, while another regrets purchasing Mafia III.
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Arsenal scouting 16-year-old Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga but face competition from Premier League rivals
The teenager looks set to be one of Ligue 1's next big talents.
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Farmer greets animals by name every morning as they steam out of his barn 
This is the adorable moment a Wiltshire farmer captures his version of the rush hour. Chris Franklin, 61, has found an international following on TikTok thanks to his family of farm animals.
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Boris Johnson facing pressure not to end freedom of movement on Brexit Day
The issue has not been debated in Parliament nor are there any alternative plans in place.
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Aldi is launching a spider catcher that won’t hurt insects when you snatch them up
Arachnophobes, assemble!
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Study finds exercising in green spaces relieves stress more than going to an indoor gym
Mountain biking and running in areas with no urban views reduced stress the most in a study in Germany. Researchers said a 'calming' environment is the best to exercise in.
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Italian PM expected to resign as political chaos deepens
Giuseppe Conte to address Senate, two weeks after deputy PM pulled plug on coalitionThe Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, is widely expected to resign on Tuesday after delivering a blistering attack against Matteo Salvini, the leader of the far-right League.Conte, a law professor who was plucked from obscurity last year to steer the coalition between Salvini’s League and the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S), will address the Senate at 3pm local time, almost two weeks after Salvini called to end the partnership and move to fresh elections. Continue reading...
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Talking Horses: how Remorex won the Palio di Siena without his jockey
Remorex, a descendant of British racehorses, prevailed in the Palio di Siena on Friday, even though his rider fell off at halfwayFor reasons of equine welfare, I imagine that many of you will share my reservations about the Palio di Siena, the medieval race which is still held twice a year around that city’s main square. But I bring Friday’s race to your attention because of one extraordinary aspect, that it was won by a loose horse.Remorex is the horse in question, ridden for the first half of the race by Giovanni Atzeni, a cousin to Andrea, who we know well. Alas, they parted when ambitiously trying to take the edge off one of the corners. In fairness to Atzeni, no saddles are used in the Palio. Frankly, it’s a miracle that some of the jockeys stay aboard throughout. Continue reading...
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PC Andrew Harper: accused denies role in 'horrific murder'
Jed Foster remanded in custody until crown court hearing over death of police officerA man accused of murdering PC Andrew Harper while he was investigating a reported burglary has denied any involvement in his killing.Jed Foster, 20, was charged on Monday over the death of the 28-year-old Thames Valley police constable in the village of Sulhamstead, in Berkshire. Harper died from multiple injuries after being dragged under a vehicle on Thursday evening. Continue reading...
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Neighbours star Scott McGregor attends court after ‘being glassed in strip club’
Danielle Lee admits that an assault took place.
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Mum’s breast milk killed baby after hospital gave her painkillers
The baby was just five days old when she died unexpectedly.
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Take the kids to … Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh
Children will be spellbound at this temple of storytelling, which also puts on plays and spoken-word performances (for all ages)‘A story should be told eye to eye, mind to mind, heart to heart.” So runs the Scottish travellers’ proverb that inspires this cultural centre dedicated to the telling of tales and the sharing of stories. The main draw is its programme of spoken-word performances, most of which take place in its 100-seat basement theatre. The storytelling doesn’t just happen on stage, though. The ground floor has a large, airy room used for exhibitions, workshops and open-mic events, as well as a monthly story session for tots (Tiny Tales for one- to three-year-olds). Pre-show, my kids had a fun 20-minutes opening lots of wee doors and peering through lots of wee windows that form part of the room’s interactive story wall. Continue reading...
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Waringstown 'murder': Man found shot dead at petrol station in County Down
A murder probe as been launched in Northern Ireland after the victim's body was discovered
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Boyband star hiding a gruesome skin condition that he's kept secret for decades
Callum Lapsley has performed with Westlife in front of sell-out crowds but for 20 years he's been hiding a harrowing skin condition
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Racist slurs aimed at Paul Pogba prove online abuse is "out of control" say Kick It Out
The abuse of Manchester United midfielder Pogba is the third high-profile incident in English football in the space of five days
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It'll Be Alt-Right on the Night review – fun with friends from the far-right
Pleasance Courtyard, EdinburghMatthew Greenhough’s buzzy one-man show clashes comedy, factionalism and jazz trumpet into a plea for tolerance between the echo chambersAre we “trapped in separate echo chambers” and can the divides be bridged? Matthew Greenhough’s (almost) new solo show for Wound Up Theatre asks that question through the tale of two working-class Sheffield school friends growing up and apart. Greeny (a name that hints at autobiography) migrates to London and works in the media. Stevo stays home, marooned in the cognitive dissonance between his dead-end life and the phrase “white privilege”, prey to Tommy Robinson’s opinions about the world.Greenhough hops back and forth through time as he narrates their stories, from the occasion they nicked a Dead Kennedys LP from the record shop, to their punk tour of Europe, to the day that – now drifting apart – Stevo visits Greeny in London for reasons he has cause to conceal. Greenhough’s script is full of blunt, bathetic northern comedy, and he performs it as if he’s plugged into the mains. Steven Wright on trumpet punctuates with punk tracks given a jazz makeover. Continue reading...
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EastEnders' Callum lashes out at secret lover Ben as stag do takes dramatic turn
Ben Mitchell and Callum Highway feature in tense scenes on EastEnders next week, ahead of Callum's wedding to Whitney Dean
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Last minute Disneyland Paris breaks launch for cheap over the school holidays
Disneyland Paris breaks are currently discounted in a new deal for the school summer holiday dates
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Alzheimer's drug 'can reverse some of the brain damage caused by drinking too much alcohol'
Scientists at Duke University in the US gave donepezil to rats who had been exposed to excessive quantities of alcohol over the course of 16 days.
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Andrea Radrizzani reveals his plans for Leeds after receiving offers to sell
Leeds owner and chairman says he has received various offers to buy him out at Elland Road
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Jurgen Klopp explains 'weird' reason Liverpool did not sign Philippe Coutinho
Liverpool were linked with a move to bring back Philippe Coutinho but he has now completed a Bayern Munich move
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Who are the Great British Bake Off 2019 judges and presenters?
The show wouldn't be complete without these four ingredients...
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Gemma Collins lashes out at fellow traveller who attempts to recline her seat on economy flight
Gemma reportedly asked the passenger 'What the f*** are you doing babe?' when they reclined their seat
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Critically ill baby defies odds and joins parents on special wedding day
Vicky and Martin Carter had postponed their wedding day after they were warned their little girl may not live to see them tie the knot
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Female passenger, 55, is let off with caution in train rage row
A 55-year-old woman from Milton Keynes has been handed a police caution after slapping a female passenger on a Virgin Trains service from Birmingham to London.
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Cheryl 'loves the attention' after speculation about her and Curtis Pritchard
Cheryl set tongues wagging when she shared a snap of herself with new The Greatest Dancer co-star Curtis Pritchard
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David Squires on … handball and the Premier League
Our cartoonist looks back at the latest action in the English top flight as handball and VAR again took centre stageTake a look through David’s archive of cartoons Continue reading...
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Michelle Keegan shows off post-holiday style at BBC studios in Manchester
The actress, star of new show Brassic, boasted a simple but chic style after jetting back from Ibiza with husband Mark Wright
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Superdrug is giving all NHS staff 10% off for the rest of the year
NHS staff will now get 10% off their shopping at Superdrug, and it works on everything - including make-up
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Strictly’s Joe Sugg ‘keeps dancing’ as he lands role in West End’s Waitress
Is there literally anything he can't do?
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‘I understand my wife’s lived experience better’: meet the men who have taken their wives’ surnames
An estimated 3% of men choose to turn gender stereotyping on its head when they get married. Why – and do any of them regret it?What’s in a name? While marriages between opposite-sex couples have been in gradual decline in the UK since the 1970s, with nearly 250,000 marriages in England and Wales in 2016, the vast majority of wives still take their husbands’ names. Although there are no statistics available for the UK, only 3% of men in the US changed to their wives’ surnames, a 2016 study found.For Nick Black, the decision to take his wife’s name was part of a wider refiguring of his family’s identity after he got married last year. “I was never that wedded to my former surname, Earley,” he says. “I’m part of a compound family, and have a sister by birth and two siblings by marriage, so we have always had different names. For me, family isn’t tied to a name. My wife, on the other hand, is from a very small family, and so it was more important to her to keep her name.” Continue reading...
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The Lion King missed an opportunity to talk about the climate crisis | Greta Moran
Like the movie’s characters, the audience is experiencing the unprecedented, rapid destruction of earth – but the film doesn’t acknowledge itThe Lion King was my first, brief encounter with grief. When watching the original 1994 movie, I bolted from the theater the moment the benevolent lion king Mufasa died, not yet able to stomach the idea of a life so abruptly lost. It was only recently that I returned to a theater to see the second half of the movie, this time the 2019 reboot. This time I was surprised to be overcome by a different form of grief.Over the course of the nearly two-hour, photorealistic movie, I felt a creeping sadness as the lush, biodiverse African savanna – a mixed grassland-woodland ecosystem – turned to desert. All signs of green vanish. Antelope bones litter the dry land. The lions cower in fear while looking onto the remains of their homeland – the dusty, dried-up earth and the craggy, leafless trees. Eventually, at the height of destruction, fire engulfs everything. Continue reading...
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NASA confirms mission to Jupiter's moon Europa to see if it harbours alien life
NASA's Europa Clipper, which it describes as a ‘highly capable, radiation tolerant spacecraft’, will make the treacherous journey to Europa
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Brexit: Diane Abbott piles pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to back Remain in referendum
The Shadow Home Secretary said she'll back Remain no matter what - even if it's against a Labour-arranged deal with the EU - after John McDonnell also said he'd back Remain
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Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington shuts down theory about the Night King and Arya Stark
'That's c**p.'
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When will Joe Sugg be performing in Waitress in London and how to get tickets?
Joe Sugg will be making his West End debut.
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Steve Smith ruled out of third Ashes test after concussion
The leading run scorer in the series will not feature at Headingley.
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Woman, 47, loses job after refusing to remove her facial piercing
Janet Graham claims she was let go by Peverell Barbers in Plymouth because of the dermal piercing
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Morrisons launches bank holiday deal that gives you 5p off every litre of fuel
Perfect for the school run starting again too.
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