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Britain could be hit by Storm Brendan as 1,500-mile wide 100mph weather bomb strikes
The 100mph weather bomb Storm Brendan is set to batter the country this week in what could be the second storm to strike in three days as Britons prepare to head to the polls.
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Mum needs teeth for Christmas after swallowing dentures eating a mince pie
‘It was rough, and really hard - I thought it was a tough piece of pastry!'
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Manchester United fans get behind new team in Premier League title race vs Liverpool FC
Man Utd's derby day victory over Man City at the Etihad Stadium had huge ramifications for the Premier League title.
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Jurgen Klopp appears to suggest he made transfer mistake at Liverpool
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp opted against making marquee signings in the summer transfer window and instead brought in youngsters Harvey Elliott and Sepp van den Berg
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Rangers vs Celtic LIVE: Betfred Cup final 2019 commentary live stream, score, TV, lineups, prediction
Celtic and Rangers meet for the first silverware of the Scottish season this afternoon in the Betfred Cup final.
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Terrifying moment Ryan Reynolds is almost crushed by stage barrier amid fan chaos in Brazil
Luckily his reflexes are on point.
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Which Friends episodes are showing at the cinema and how can you get tickets?
They'll be at the cinema for you.
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Mercedes crushed by scaffolding as Storm Atiyah batters UK with 70mph winds
The scaffolding toppled onto the silver vehicle when strong gusts of wind blew through the area.
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KFC fans can now get a £38 gravy-stained shirt that smells like the fast-food chain
The shirts are soaked in KFC gravy for a day, then dried for a few days before being given a chemical bath to keep the stain from fading - the ultimate fashion statement for KFC fans
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Man who could have bought Man Utd for £10m on regret over biggest mistake of his life
EXCLUSIVE: Michael Knighton could have taken over at Manchester United for just £10million - now he says he would not sell the Old Trafford club for less than £10billion
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Two EuroMillions players have failed to claim their huge prizes - totalling more than £5m
A ticket holder from South Gloucestershire won £3,696,996.80p and a punter from Dorset netted £1,844,973.60p - they have until April to request the money or they could lose it
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Wada president 'extremely disappointed' by allegations of Russian data manipulation
World Anti-Doping Agency's executive committee will decide whether to impose fresh sanctions
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Extinction Rebellion protestors ride through red light and block road in mass cycle to Heathrow
Extinction Rebellion protestors have cycled and run to Heathrow today, blocking the road as part of a campaign against the airport's controversial third runway expansion.
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UK weather warning as Met Office tell Brits to brace for 75mph gusts during Storm Atiyah
The weather warning affects coast areas of Wales and the South West
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Tory candidate Darren Henry says people who use food banks 'struggle' to budget
Darren Henry, who is running to be the MP for Broxtowe in Nottinghamshire, made the comments during a hustings event. The incumbent Anna Soubry described him as "clueless"
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Paul Merson makes bold Pep Guardiola and Arsenal claim
Arsenal are winless in their last seven Premier League matches and recently sacked Unai Emery.
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Ronnie O’Sullivan picks Ding Junhui to beat Stephen Maguire in UK Championship final
The Rocket is sure of the winner in York
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Andy Whyment has 'already won' I'm A Celebrity as betting odds are slashed
The Coronation Street star is the clear winner ahead of actress Jacqueline Jossa and radio host Roman Kemp according to Ladbrokes
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Free Guy trailer: Ryan Reynolds and Jodie Comer fight their way through a video game
Killing Eve actor makes her Hollywood debut in action-comedy film
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Man City vs Manchester United: Kyle Walker insists Premier League title race is 'not over' despite derby defeat
Champions are now 14 points behind Liverpool
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Ryan Giggs reveals what he told Daniel James before Manchester United beat Manchester City
Banter.
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WTO faces crisis over settlement disputes unless Trump backs off
Ability to police global trade could be neutered by battle to safeguard US sovereignty The World Trade Organization is set to plunge into the biggest crisis in its 25-year history later this week as the climax to a long-running and bitter dispute means the Geneva-based body will cease to be able to settle disputes between its member states.Unless Donald Trump backs off at the last minute and agrees to a peace plan, Washington’s protracted battle to safeguard US sovereignty will lead to the neutering of the WTO’s ability to police global trade. Continue reading...
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Edu pushing for Arsenal to appoint Patrick Vieira
Bring your boots as well, Patrick...
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Election polls UK 2019: Tories maintain lead over Labour as campaign enters final days
Find out who’s ahead using our opinion poll tracker. With just days until the vote, Labour have tightened the gap but the Tories still have a significant lead. Meanwhile the Lib Dems and Brexit party have seen their support slumpUK general election 2019 – latest coverageWhat the polls mean – and what they don’t Continue reading...
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Aston Villa v Leicester City: Premier League – live!
Live updates from Villa Park, kick-off 2pm (GMT)Rodgers’ reborn Leicester should not be overlooked in title raceFeel free to email Will or tweet @Will_Unwin 1.06pm GMT Some sad news from Aston Villa yesterday. Related: Ron Saunders, title-winning Aston Villa manager, dies aged 87 1.03pm GMT The interesting news is that Brendan Rodgers has rewarded Kelechi Iheanacho for his cameo last weekend with a start today. Continue reading...
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Hornchurch electric scooter crash: Rider fighting for life after 'serious collision' with bus
A collision between an electric scooter and a bus left a man fighting for his life.
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Virgin Train departs from London Euston for the final time after 22 years
Avanti West Coast is taking over the service.
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John McDonnell worries anti-Semitism has impacted on Labour's election chances
The shadow chancellor said his party have "done everything we can possibly do", but "want to learn more lessons" after a newspaper report claimed the party is still overwhelmed with complaints
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Mark Gatiss: ‘We live in an age of popinjays – Rees-Mogg, Johnson – and we fall for it’
The Sherlock writer and actor on his new adaption of Dracula and why apple crumble is the answer to our doom-laden timesMark Gatiss is running an hour late for our lunch, but I can forgive him. He seems to have so much on. The co-creator and writer of Sherlock (he also played a beady-eyed Mycroft) has not long finished production on a new incarnation of Dracula, a revamp which will be a headline act of BBC schedules next year. That morning he’s been making the finishing edits to voiceovers for a Bram Stoker documentary that will go out alongside the drama series. He has also devised and directed a Christmas ghost story – an adaptation of MR James’s tale, Martin’s Close, which pitches Peter Capaldi into the 17th-century courtroom of “Hanging Judge” Jeffreys. Add in last year’s sell-out tour of the regathered League of Gentlemen, and his long stint as writer on the revived Doctor Who, and you have a sense of Gatiss, at 53, as a sort of one-man Gothic cottage industry, marshalling a production line of brilliantly knowing grotesques, injecting fresh blood into fireside stories.I wait for him with a beer in the Duke of Cambridge, the organic foodie pub that is his local in Islington (it comes as no surprise to discover that his house around the corner features a Victorian laboratory with cabinets of curiosities). It’s a windy old November afternoon starting to lose its light. I half expect Gatiss to swing through the saloon doors in a cape and a gust of autumn leaves. When he arrives, tall and carefully elegant and grinning and apologising, the best he can offer by way of horrors are ghoulish scrolled photos of himself tricked up as Jacob Rees-Mogg for a Halloween party. “I had some ‘dead pallor’ makeup which was perfect,” he says, of his pinstriped Mr Hyde. “The only problem was several people wanted to punch me.” Continue reading...
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Frozen in time: Kate Moss, Paris, September 1993
The model holds court at celebrated Paris restaurant Brasserie Lipp. But did she have the pickled herring?In 1993, Kate Moss had the world at her perfect feet. And to prove it, here she is, dancing on the table at Brasserie Lipp in Paris, one of the city’s most celebrated restaurants, known more for its fancy clientele – a mix of presidents, poets, painters and publishers – than for haute cuisine.The brasserie was opened in 1880 by the Alsatian sauerkraut and beer aficionado Léonard Lipp on Boulevard Saint-Germain, opposite the equally feted Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots. Marc Chagall, Albert Camus, Ernest Hemingway, Simone Signoret, Georges Pompidou, Yves Saint Laurent, Françoise Sagan, Richard Gere, John Galliano and, of course, Kate might all have found themselves round the same table if, by some trick of time travel, the years had collided. The art deco interior hasn’t changed over the decades, with its ceramic tiles, dark wood and tilted mirrors that allow diners to see who just walked in, or who is sitting on the table behind them. Continue reading...
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Celtic vs Rangers predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Scottish League Cup final
Bitter rivals battle for silverware at Hampden Park
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I've spoken to a number of teenage candidates in this election and young people are ready to make a difference
Many younger voters are tired of the status quo and some have decided to take responsibility for changing it
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What will you do about the climate crisis? The parties answer
Conservatives, Greens, Labour, Lib Dems and SNP tackle the biggest climate and environmental issuesThe Guardian put the following questions to the main politicial parties to draw them out on specific key climate and environmental issues ahead of the election. Continue reading...
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Noel Gallagher’s daughter is the complete opposite of her father as she’s ‘grounded and not spoilt’
'She is wise beyond her years'.
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Scary footage shows the damage a button battery can do to a child's throat
A single button battery could mean the difference between life and death if not stored properly - all parents should see this before buying presents with them in this Christmas
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Alan Shearer explains how Man City played directly into Man Utd's hands
Pep Guardiola's side were disappointing in the defeat to their local rivals and are now a huge 14 points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool
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Brave shop worker battles knife-wielding masked thug over counter during robbery
Ozcan Yildirim was working alone in the Bournemouth shop, Wallisdown News, when a masked man walked in and approached the counter brandishing a huge knife
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Farage says he's already picked the new name for the Brexit Party after we leave the EU
It comes after a difficult week for his party which saw four MEPs leave and back the Conservatives in the coming general election
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'Combatting hidden enemies': Meet the women on the frontline of de-mining Afghanistan
Having defied insults from men in the streets, women are increasingly playing a key role in ridding war-ravaged country of explosives that kill nearly 100 people each month, write Roshan De Stone and David L Suber
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Tory candidate says food bank users ‘struggle to manage a budget’
Tory candidate Darren Henry was heckled and called a ‘disgrace’ as he made the comments during a hustings event.
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Most watched movies on BFI Player that you've never heard of
Some of the most watched films aren't huge blockbusters like 007 but older archive footage and documentaries that take a look at Britain's past.
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What you need to know as Avanti takes over West Coast main line from Virgin Trains
The age of the Avanti West Coast train gets under way, as Virgin is consigned to railway history
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