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Mr Corbyn told fans that the murder of Sarah Everard 'proved' that lockdown laws were only about 'giving people the powers to execute crimes' and 'nothing to do with controlling the virus'.
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Kate and William share heartbreak over David Amess killing - 'Shocked and saddened'
KATE and Prince William have said they are "shocked and saddened" by the fatal stabbing of Conservative MP Sir Davis Amess.
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Christopher Walken recounts ill-fated Star Wars audition: ‘I didn’t come remotely close to getting the job’
Actor believes he’d have been ‘awful’ as Han Solo
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Elon Musk wants to deliver wifi to flights via his Starlink satellites
SpaceX has launched 1,740 Starlink satellites into orbit and has more than 100,000 users in 14 countries
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Jesy Nelson’s solo single Boyz debuts at number four on the charts despite ‘blackfishing’ drama
A promising start for Jesy's solo career.
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Dan Walker mortified after his mum's reaction to his Strictly performance
BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker's mum visited him on set but seemed more interested in literally everything other than his dance
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Khloe Kardashian wows Stand Up To Cancer fans with rare 'natural look' in surprise stint
Channel 4 fans were stunned to see Khloe Kardashian appear on Stand Up To Cancer as she poked fun at the British accent
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Man dies in devastating ‘gas’ explosion that ‘burnt house to a cinder’
Neighbours said they thought a bomb had gone off.
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MS Dhoni pays tribute to Kolkata Knight Riders as Chennai Super are crowned Indian Premier League champions
CSK lifted the IPL trophy for the fourth time.
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Meeting constituents is central to an MP’s work – but safety needs to be a priority
Even as colleagues mourn the loss of a good, decent man in Sir David Amess, I doubt any of them would not wish to be available to the people of their country
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Braids/Cheer Up Slug review – lively double bill mines young identity
Live theatre, NewcastleThe Durham miners’ gala features in both these short plays exploring contrasting experiences of race and classWhat are the chances of the Durham miners’ gala making an appearance in two consecutive plays? That’s the case in this lively double bill by young north-east writers. On both occasions, the so-called Big Meeting challenges the identities of young characters as they struggle to define their place in the world.For debut playwright Olivia Hannah in Braids (★★★☆☆), the annual event is particularly fraught. On the one hand, it is a vibrant expression of the working-class community to which Rochelle Goldie’s teenage Jasmine belongs. On the other, it is an almost exclusively white occasion.Braids and Cheer Up Slug are at Live theatre, Newcastle, until 23 October. Continue reading...
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‘My father will go down like the captain of the Titanic’: life on the Pacific’s disappearing islands
Many in the Saposa Islands are wrestling with the dilemma of starting a new life on the mainland or staying to watch their homes vanishFrancis Tony is buried on an island that is shrinking.The sea breaks on a shoreline that is now less than five metres away from his simple gravesite on Toruar Island in the Solomon Sea. But his son Christopher Sese says the family have no plans to move Tony’s bones to a new gravesite. Continue reading...
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Australia’s biggest industry group calls on Morrison government to halve emissions by 2030
Exclusive: The Australian Industry Group’s Innes Willox says the case for strong climate action has strengthened rapidly and the cost has turned out to be lower than expectedGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingAustralia’s biggest industry association has called on the Morrison government to set a target of cutting the country’s greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 to join the global “mainstream” on the climate crisis.Innes Willox, the chief executive of the Australian Industry Group, said the case for strong climate action had strengthened rapidly while the cost of cutting emissions had turned out to be lower than expected. The risks of climate change were becoming increasingly clear and serious, he said. Continue reading...
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Gary Neville highlights key 'problem' Manchester United face with Cristiano Ronaldo
Former Manchester United man Gary Neville has raised a major concern about Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Peter Kay's wealth skyrockets to £35 million despite shunning the spotlight for years
Bolton-born comedian Peter Kay is laughing all the way to the bank, as the Car Share star sees his company record some impressive profits
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Gogglebox Abbie and Georgia's lives off-screen, jobs and Mariah Carey connection
Gogglebox duo Abbie and Georgia, who have appeared on the series since 2018, are known for some of their baffling remarks - but what do they do away from the cameras
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'We are all affected...' Greater Manchester MPs react to horror killing of Sir David Amess
MP Sir David Amess died after being stabbed at a meeting in his Essex constituency
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Disgraced police officer avoids jail after he left female colleague crying after harassing her
Mark Knights harassed the officer at Matlock police station between August and October 2020, while he was being investigated for headbutting a member of the public while on duty in Derbyshire.
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Mourners left in tears at vigil to remember Sir David Amess 'who died doing the thing he loved most'
Dozens of mourners attended the vigil for Sir David Amess held at a church in Leigh, Essex, close to where the Southend West MP was stabbed to death earlier today.
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Maine's Colby College bans discrimination based on caste
Colby College in the U.S. state of Maine is banning discrimination based on caste, a system of inherited social class
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Tottenham call on fans to ‘recognise the journey’ club is on in response to Supporters’ Trust concerns
Tottenham have called for patience after a leading supporters’ group were denied the opportunity to meet with club bosses.
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Top Albanian court to rule on president Meta's impeachment
Albania’s Constitutional Court says it will examine the legality of parliament’s decision to impeach the country’s figurehead president for alleged constitutional breaches
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Man sentenced to death for setting ex-wife fatally on fire as she livestreamed on social media
Women call for better protection from domestic abuse in country, saying police dismiss complaints
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Raheem Sterling predicted to join Barcelona after Man City statement
Raheem Sterling has admitted that he would be "open" to leaving Manchester City if his level of game time does not increase.
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Review backs Iowa officer in shooting that paralyzed man
A prosecutor has ruled that a police officer who shot and paralyzed a man in downtown Waterloo, Iowa, in April acted legally because the target appeared to be chasing a deputy with a shotgun
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Daniel Craig shares straightforward advice for next James Bond: ‘Don’t be s***’
‘No Time To Die’ marks Craig’s final outing as Bond
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Lawyer: 'Preposterous' to blame Afghan man in US war deaths
The lawyer for an Afghan commander awaiting trial in Manhattan federal court says it's preposterous to charge his client in the killing of three American soldiers
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Grade II-listed London convent, home to Charles de Gaulle in WWII, goes on sale for £15million
Frognal House in Hampstead, north west London, is a Grade II Listed property now on the market for the first time in more than 50 years as it has since been home to the Sisters of St Dorothy.
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Amid my grief, I came to care about the man who murdered my sister
Prisoners still deserve to be treated with empathy despite their crimes, writes Jennifer Stavros
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Ore Oduba and wife Portia welcome newborn daughter with adorable name
Congratulations to the family!
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Maisie Smith celebrates EastEnders co-star Shona McGarty 30th birthday with a dance
Maisie Smith and her EastEnders co-star Shona McGarty showed off their dance skills for a TikTok video
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David Amess killing shocks and upsets Leigh-on-Sea residents
Local people and colleagues struggle to come to terms with death of ‘extremely supportive’ MPChildren were among those laying flowers on Friday night at the church where David Amess had been holding a constituency surgery, as residents and colleagues in Leigh-on-Sea struggled to come to terms with the killing of the MP who had represented his Essex constituency since 1997.Two women were with Amess at the time of the attack at the church on a quiet suburban street, and were “in a state of shock” when they contacted a party colleague, said John Lamb, 73, a councillor and former leader of the local council. Continue reading...
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Attempted murder horror 'erupted' in estate as parents returned from morning school run
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a man in his 60s was left critically injured
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'People who don't accept our values WON'T win!' Emotional speaker rages at Sir David death
SPEAKER Lindsay Hoyle has fiercely defended Britain's democratic values following the brutal killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
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Covid: 43,000 people in England and Wales may have been wrongly given a negative test result
A serious incident investigation has been launched to find out why up to 43,000 people in England and Wales may have been wrongly given negative results on their PCR tests. Testing operations provided by a lab run by Immensa Health Clinic Ltd in Wolverhampton have been suspended. The company has said it’s “fully collaborating” with…
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UK and Irish survivors of 2015 Bataclan attack tell court how they escaped death
Witnesses to atrocity in Paris music venue that killed 90 talk of playing dead and trying to help the woundedBritish and Irish survivors of the 2015 terrorist attack on the Bataclan concert hall in Paris have told a court how they played dead on the ground in a river of blood to avoid being shot, or crawled across the floor between bodies as gunmen murdered concertgoers one by one.English-speaking witnesses travelled to Paris on Friday to testify at France’s biggest ever criminal trial over the attacks claimed by Islamic State on 13 November 2015, which killed 130 people and injured more than 400 in synchronised suicide bombings and mass shootings across the French capital. Continue reading...
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MPs express devastation after Sir David Amess’ death
The latest on the news that Conservative MP Sir David Amess died after being stabbed at his constituency surgery in Essex.
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‘The shock will be widely felt’: Tribute paid to Sir David Amess
Conservative MP John Whittingdale, whose constituency of Maldon is further north in Essex, spoke to us about Sir David Amess.
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Priti Patel asks police to review security for MPs
Home Secretary Priti Patel has asked all police forces to review security arrangements for MPs "with immediate effect". 
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‘Utterly appalled and saddened by death of Sir David Amess’, says vicar Kevin Hale
We were joined by Monsignor Kevin Hale, vicar general from the Our Lady of Lourdes & St Joseph Catholic Church, where Sir David Amess was a frequent worshipper.
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Conservative MP Sir David Amess dies after stabbing in constituency
Essex police have said that counter-terrorism officers will lead the investigation into the killing of Sir David Amess, although they stressed they were continuing to "keep an open mind" about the motive.
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Priti Patel orders review of MP security after David Amess stabbing
Priti Patel has ordered a review of MPs’ security following the killing of Sir David Amess.
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David Amess: MP of conviction and animal rights champion
Politician from a humble background tirelessly campaigned for his constituents
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Tyson Fury's promoter maps out fighter's route to becoming undisputed world champion
Fury holds one of the major belts at heavyweight, while Oleksandr Usyk is in possession of the other three, and theoretically they could each be one fight away from a unification match
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St John's College, Cambridge breaks 350-year-old tradition allowing women to become choristers
St John's College, Cambridge will break a 350-year tradition by permitting girls and women to become choristers (pictured) for the first time from next year, a move dubbed 'pioneering'.
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Arizona Senate's election review records again ruled public
A judge has ruled in favor of the release of communications between leaders in the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate and private contractors they hired to conduct an unprecedented review of the 2020 election results
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He would always turn up: Sir David Amess’ community and charity work remembered
Leigh-On-Sea town clerk Helen Symmons said Sir David would ride a float for the town’s Christmas parade each year.
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Cities, police unions clash as vaccine mandates take effect
Police departments that are requiring officers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 are running up against pockets of resistance across the U.S. Police unions and officers are pushing back by filing lawsuits to block the mandates
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