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Somerset earthquake with 3.2 magnitude hits Taunton, Yeovil and Bridgewater
One resident said her tea cups rattled and that her blood ran cold when she felt the earthquake.
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Brexit: Business leaders urge next government to take time to strike beneficial deal
Boris Johnson wants the agreement inked within a tight 11-month deadline
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UK gets Europe’s first eco-friendly mosque
The Cambridge Central Mosque was opened by Turkish president Recip Tayyip Erdogan whose country contributed towards the construction.
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Woman celebrates 100th birthday with 108-year-old sister at her side
Lil Thomas had a party at her care home and was joined by her sister Win who will turn 109 next month.
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Labour won’t reveal selection process after candidate is accused of harassment
The Women's Equality Party are staging a protest after waiting weeks for a response.
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UK weather forecast: Heavy rain, hail and thunder to hit in end to big freeze
The Met Office says Friday will be milder than recent days but also wetter with heavy rain clouds bringing with them a chance of hail and thunder
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Afghan families torn apart by drone strikes – picture essay
Photojournalist Stephanie Glinski visited Khagyani, Nangarhar and Pekha village in Achin district and found communities devastated by US drone strikes Not a single family was spared in Javari village. Just behind the brown, mud-brick houses, seven graves decorated with colourful tassels and flowers are testimony to a US drone strike.The pain is raw on people’s faces in this corner of Khogyani district in Afghanistan’s eastern Nangarhar province: they lost brothers, fathers, husbands and sons. Continue reading...
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The making of a bedsit Nazi: who was the man who killed Jo Cox?
Three years after the MP’s murder, many questions remain unanswered. By Kester Aspden‘I WROTE YOU A THREE-PAGE LETTER CONTAINING SOME OF MY THOUGHTS,” the man who murdered Jo Cox told me, replying to a letter I had sent to him in prison. His note was short, just half a side of A4 paper, and there was no sign of the other three pages he mentioned.Thomas Mair shot and stabbed the MP as she made her way to a constituency surgery at the local library in Birstall, West Yorkshire, on 16 June 2016, a week before the EU referendum. He told the two police officers who arrested him that he was a “political activist”. A search of the 52-year-old’s house revealed far-right and neo-Nazi interests. But once in custody, he gave police nothing more. “We’re asking you why you’ve done it,” an officer asked. “Jo Cox’s family want to know why she’s dead.” Mair sat, arms folded, defiant. When asked to give his name at the magistrates’ hearing two days after the murder, Mair replied “death to traitors, freedom for Britain”. But at the Old Bailey trial five months later, he resumed his silence, leaving a plea of “not guilty” to be entered on his behalf. Continue reading...
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'We’re existing on hope': Bat for Lashes, Will Young, Idles and others on music in 2019
Artists including Self Esteem and Jayda G discuss the year’s biggest stories, from Stormzy’s landmark Glastonbury gig to industry problems with abuseIn January, a £288m concert hall was announced for London, but 35% of UK venues have closed in the past decade. Is it getting harder for artists who are starting out to find small places to tour?Natasha Khan (Bat for Lashes): I started out in Brighton in 2006, and at that time there were still a lot of cool little indie record shops and small underground venues. Almost all those record shops are now gone and the venues … I feel like now they have to have a cinema or put on other kinds of events. There are fewer of those shows that promoters would put on with your friends, where you’d make posters yourself. Maybe that whole DIY thing has been undermined by the instantaneous social media thing. Continue reading...
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From Johnson’s lies to Corbyn’s promises – this election is about trust | Gary Younge
Labour needs to start tying Johnson’s untrustworthiness to Brexit. And stop promising new thingsThe appeal of any presidential candidate, said Richard Nixon’s speechwriter, Raymond Price, is based on a “gut reaction, unarticulated, non-analytical, a product of the particular chemistry between the voter and the image of the candidate … [It’s] not what’s there that counts, it’s what’s projected.” That projection “depends more on the medium and its use than it does on the candidate”. Related: Boris Johnson claimed children of working mothers 'more likely to mug you' Continue reading...
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No sex in the bunkbeds! Tales from the most intimate sharing economy startup yet
Privacy is rare, quiet hours are sacred, and don’t even think about hooking up. Meet the grownups who call the glorified dormitories of PodShare homeFrom the street, PodShare Venice looks mysterious. The top of a black A-framed building peeks out from behind a privacy-screened chain-link fence on the corner where busy South Venice Boulevard meets a side street of xeriscaped beach cottages. But inside, the yard is typical, not unlike the one outside my own apartment building, 12 miles east in Hollywood – only the grass here is a little cleaner, the landscaping is a little nicer, there’s a basketball court on the grounds, and we’re five blocks from the beach.A tall, middle-aged man, shirtless in yoga pants and a purple scarf, lounges on a wooden futon in the grass, feet together and knees out, in Baddha Konasana position, tapping on his iPhone. A 20-something blond guy wearing American flag shorts and a Vans T-shirt reads a book in a nearby hammock. It’s a sunny, 65F day in Los Angeles, and my first time staying at a PodShare. For $60 a day, each of us gets access to two community kitchens and two co-ed bathrooms inside a converted church building, plus one of the 38 wooden bunk bed “pods”. But this isn’t a youth hostel. Many of the “podestrians” are fully grown adults with full-time jobs – who choose to live semi-permanently in a 50-sq-ft – pod. There are six similar PodShare locations across Los Angeles and one in San Francisco. Continue reading...
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Tory ministers back candidates accused of Islamophobia
Exclusive: campaign trips seem to contradict PM’s claim Tories have ‘zero tolerance’ on issueAt least four ministers have gone on election campaigning trips to endorse Tory candidates facing allegations of Islamophobia since the claims against them came to light, the Guardian has learned.In constituency visits that appear to contradict Boris Johnson’s repeated claim that the party has a “zero tolerance” stance on the issue, Sajid Javid, Matt Hancock, Andrea Leadsom and Thérèse Coffey have thrown their weight behind the accused candidates – all of whom are fighting in key marginal battlegrounds. Continue reading...
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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish stays humble after winning Pride of Sport award
EXCLUSIVE: Dalglish has been synonymous with Liverpool Football Club since signing in 1977 - but the achievements of 'a giant of a man' go way beyond goals and trophies
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The Lion King is coming back to the Manchester stage for a three month run
The phenomenally successful musical adaptation of the Disney blockbuster is returning to The Palace Theatre in 2020
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Manchester United saw the Fred they signed in two moments vs Tottenham
Fred has been an ever-present for Man United in recent months and the challenge now is to perform on a more consistent basis.
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The transfer headache Man City and Pep Guardiola didn't expect to return
Manchester City have a transfer headache they didn't expect after Fernandinho's resurgence in the team and with the squad
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Dan Osborne posts defiant message of support for I'm A Celebrity's Jacqueline Jossa
Dan Osborne has shared his support for wife Jacqueline Jossa as she bids to be crowned Queen of the Jungle amid reported cheating claims that he has furiously denied
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Love Island’s Ovie Soko and Amber Gill are not getting together, OK?
Cue broken hearts, everywhere.
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Last Christmas post dates to watch out for: First class, second class and international
Better buy some stamps quick!
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Lavish lifestyle of 'world's most wanted cyber crook' funded by 'UK victims' cash'
Maksim Yakubets is alleged to have run Evil Corp which used computer viruses to cheat UK victims out  hundreds of millions of pounds
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Meghan to return to the screen? New Christmas film gives adorable nod to Sussexes
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry have been paid the ultimate compliment in a heartwarming Christmas gesture that sees a glimpse of their lives make its way onto TV screens.
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Cutting air pollution ‘can prevent deaths within weeks’
Asthma and heart attacks fall rapidly and babies born healthier, review findsCutting air pollution can prevent deaths within weeks, according to scientists. They found the health benefits of clean air were “almost immediate and substantial” and stretched into the long term, saving billions of dollars.The review examined the evidence for the reduction of illness after levels of toxic air were reduced. It showed dramatic reductions in asthma and children missing school, heart attacks and the number of small and premature babies. Continue reading...
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R Kelly charged with paying bribe before marriage to 15-year-old Aaliyah
Singer R Kelly has been charged with bribery after he was accused of trying to secure a fake ID for a woman just 24 hours before marrying teen Aaliyah
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'People are fed up, tired and scared': the battle for Wrexham
Labour has held the seat since 1935 but old political certainties have all but disappearedPeter Hopwood spent 45 years working in the north Wales coalfield and now every time he walks through Wrexham town centre he stops for a moment at the sculpture of a miner on Lord Street. “I give him a tap and think about those years underground,” said Hopwood, a sprightly 87. “It was hard work but we had some good times too – until Maggie Thatcher came and wrecked it all.”Like most of his workmates, Hopwood always voted Labour but not this time. “In my my heart I’m Labour and I voted for remain in the referendum because I reckon working people in places like this get a better deal from Europe than they do from London,” he said. Continue reading...
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Man City news and transfers LIVE Sterling and Martinez latest plus build-up to Manchester derby
Follow for the latest Manchester City news ahead of Pep Guardiola's press conference and the Manchester derby.
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Manchester United news and transfers LIVE De Gea and Haaland latest plus build-up to Man City clash
All the latest Man Utd news and transfer gossip ahead of the Manchester derby and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's pre-match press conference.
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Manchester United might have found their right wing solution
Man Utd winger Daniel James shone again during midweek as he terrorised Tottenham with his display on the wing.
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MLS side Atlanta United name price for Arsenal and Man Utd target Ezequiel Barco
Atlanta United are braced for transfer battle as Arsenal and Manchester United are among top clubs across Europe keen on £19m Argentine ace
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Kourtney Kardashian fuels rumours she is back together with ex Younes Bendjima after cosy nightclub outing
She's fuelling those reunion rumours.
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Huw Edwards defends claims he liked Labour tweet saying he was 'backing NHS'
The BBC newsreader took to Twitter to defend himself after Tory David Davis said he it was a "disappointing lapse in judgement"
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BBC QT audience erupts as Tice makes stunning Corbyn Snub - 'I'll watch Queen at Xmas!'
THE BBC Question Time audience was left laughing as the debate drew to a close last night, with the last question poking fun at Jeremy Corbyn’s claim that he watches the Queen’s Speech on Christmas morning.
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Indian police shoot dead four men suspected of Hyderabad rape
The men had been in police custody and were shot near the scene of the crime during a reconstructionIndian police have shot dead four men who were suspected of raping and killing a 27-year-old veterinarian in the southern city of Hyderabad last week.The men had been in police custody and were shot near the scene of the crime, said N Prakash Reddy, a deputy commissioner of police in Shamshabad, near Hyderabad on Friday. Continue reading...
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Dan Osborne says he and I’m A Celeb’s Jacqueline Jossa will ‘remain a team’ while denying new cheating claims
He's branded the fresh allegations 'shocking'.
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R Kelly accused of paying bribe for fake ID day before he married then 15-year-old singer Aaliyah
R Kelly has been accused of paying a bribe for a fake ID the day before he married R&B singer Aaliyah, who was then 15 years old.
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Fiona Bruce shocks Labour MP Dodds with brutal comeback in BBC QT showdown - ‘Rubbished!'
FIONA BRUCE questioned Labour’s claim that under a Jeremy Corbyn government an average family would be £6,700 better off in a feisty clash with Anneliese Dodds.
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Man Utd step up transfer bid for Arsenal and Liverpool target Dejan Kulusevski
Manchester United have spoken to midfielder's agent as they prepare to scupper rivals by swooping in January transfer window, according to latest reports from Italy
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Vitor Pereira 'Everton’s first choice' to replace Marco Silva amid Arsenal interest
Shanghai SIPG coach Pereira is Everton's No1 target and is also on Arsenal's list of candidates to succeed sacked Unai Emery, according to latest reports
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Wife of British cave diver branded 'pedo guy' by Elon Musk defends him in defamation trial
She said any allegations of paedophilia made against him are 'totally false'
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Question Time audience member blasts Tories for 'disregarding working class for decade'
The man launched a tirade at the BBC One show's panel - that included Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly as he said Brexit was being used as a scapegoat
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Khloe Kardashian forgives Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson saying 'hate is heavy'
Khloe Kardashian has posted a lengthy statement to Jordyn Woods, ex Tristan Thompson and anyone else that has wronged her as she says she has no hate for them
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