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Coronavirus: Animal shelters clear out twice in one week as pets get adopted in droves
'We haven't seen kennels this empty in a while'
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Coronavirus: New regulations to come into force
The new powers will come into force across Northern Ireland from 23:00 GMT on Saturday.
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Ant and Dec’s final Men in Brown sketch divides SNT fans as they joke about ‘infecting humans’ during coronavirus pandemic
Some thought it was a little inappropriate given the coronavirus pandemic.
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Nicole Scherzinger and boyfriend Thom Evans taking no prisoners in lockdown with couples’ workout
The only way to transform into Nicole is to follow her workouts.
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Casualty review with spoilers: Charlie exits in shocking scenes?
Charlie made a huge decision.
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Man, 21, drowns while trying to rescue his dog from a river
Firefighters managed to rescue the pet.
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Passover: why this Seder night will be particularly different
For millions of Jews around the world, the most important religious festival of the year will have to be a pared-down affairCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLast April, Sam and Ruth Borin travelled 200 miles from their home in York to Kent, to mark the start of the Jewish festival of Pesach, or Passover, with the rabbi who had conducted their wedding. Friends and members of the rabbi’s extended family crowded round the table for the traditional Seder feast, served on the first night of the holiday.By tradition, the youngest person present starts the ritual by asking four questions, which are the cue for the maggid, the telling of the story of the Jews’ exodus from slavery in Egypt. Among the foods consumed over a long evening of eating, singing and reading aloud are dry matzo biscuits, vegetables dipped in salt water (to represent tears), and bitter herbs. Continue reading...
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Tom Hanks issues optimistic update as he and wife Rita Wilson return to LA after coronavirus battle
They're back in the US.
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Cities across globe switch off their lights to highlight climate change during Earth Hour
Famous buildings and structures have switched off their lights to highlight change during Earth Hour, plunging landmarks in Moscow, Sydney and Beijing into complete darkness.
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Harry and Meghan must ask Trump for 'special help' as Canada bids security costs farewell
Questions are now being asked about who will foot the bill for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new Hollywood lifestyles, after they fled Canada to the US to start their new life in LA.
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Saturday Night Takeaway fans upset after Ant appeared to 'throw' his dogs
Dog owner Ant brought his adorable pets onto the show as guests
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Zaghari-Ratcliffe's leave from prison to be extended by two weeks
British-Iranian woman’s release from prison in Tehran, due to coronavirus outbreak, will now run until 18 AprilCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran, has had her leave from prison extended by two weeks, according to her husband.Richard Ratcliffe said his wife’s father had been told her temporary release from Evin prison in Tehran will now run until 18 April. Continue reading...
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Gogglebox star Sid ‘under the weather’ as viewers worry after he’s missing from show
Get well soon Sid!
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'When coronavirus crisis ends, there must be a reckoning'
We wish Boris Johnson a speedy recovery – but he will have serious questions to face when the battle is won as health workers go without protective equipment and a lockdown begins far too late
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's is 'being considered for clemency' in Iran as prison leave extended amid coronavirus ciris
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's case has been put forward to prosecutors to consider clemency as her prison leave is extended, her husband has said.
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Uefa president warns season 'will be lost' if coronavirus shutdown does not end by late-June
Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin has warned that the current football season will be "lost" if football cannot resumed by the end of June.
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Coronavirus: Is the NHS ready for its toughest seven days ever?
'We are doing everything we possibly can, but we simply do not have enough intensive care nurses. We are going to have to accept we can't save everyone'
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Coronavirus 'worse than 9/11' as it kills one every 9 minutes in New York
America is facing up to a biblical disaster as the coronavirus crisis sees hospitals become war zones with the Big Apple baring the brunt and Trump hits back at state governors
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Dani Dyer cried during disastrous Our Girl audition before Michelle Keegan scooped up role
'The nerves get on top of you.'
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Saturday Night Takeaway fans think Ant and Dec don’t age as they go wild for Richard Madeley throwback
They're convinced the pair haven't changed after watching Richard Madeley's skit from 2015.
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Billy Joe Saunders films tutorial teaching men how to hit women during Covid-19 lockdown
He's since apologised 'if he offended any women'.
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Liverpool 'could double their money' in Xherdan Shaqiri summer transfer
Sevilla could provide the Liverpool ace with a way out of Anfield this summer and the mooted £28million sum would be an incentive for the Reds to sell
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Fred's Man Utd turnaround credited to member of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's staff
Man Utd midfielder Fred failed to match expectations after joining but has become increasingly influential thanks to a pep talk from one of his coaches
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Scarlett Moffatt jokes about questionable make up in epic university throwback
The former Gogglebox star shared a hilarious throwback picture of herself in her university days as she questioned the way she used to dress and do her make up
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Saturday Night Takeaway sees Paul Hollywood confirmed as Men In Brown villain
Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway aired tonight despite the coronavirus pandemic and we finally discovered the identity of the Men in Brown villain
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Italian man, 101, born during Spanish flu survives coronavirus as death rises
The deputy mayor of Rimini said a 101-year-old man, who was born during the Spanish flu, has survived coronavirus. More than 10,000 people have now died in Italy
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Britons ignore orders as shoppers leave home to buy paint, garden tools and a LAVA LAMP
Britons have brazenly flouted Boris Johnson's strict instructions not to leave home other than for essentials, by stocking up on homeware and DIY equipment.
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Saturday Night Takeaway criticised for airing Gordon Ramsay prank
Earlier this week it was revealed that chef Gordon Ramsay, who is worth an estimated £185million, has laid off 500 members of staff after temporarily closing his restaurants
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'I'm proof pregnant women can beat coronavirus' says first diagnosed mum-to-be
EXCLUSIVE: NHS physiotherapist Sophie Biddle has had a lot of messages from pregnant women worried about coronavirus - and she can't wait to get back to work and help out
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Paramedic on coronavirus frontline attacked by trolls for wearing makeup at work
Newly-qualified paramedic Laura Heath, 24, was sent hundreds of messages of support on Twitter but some trolls couldn't resist attacking her
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Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway fans delighted as show revisits classic Richard Madeley moment
Tonight's episode revisited the classic I'm a Celebrity…Get Out of Me Ear! From 2015
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The lowest-paid workers will experience worst effects of coronavirus
As bosses are locked away in comfortable surroundings, public sector workers are being ­syphoned into most infectious zones, writes Shadow Employment Rights Secretary Rachel Maskell
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Real Madrid halt Santiago Bernabeu renovations as Spain announces stricter coronavirus shutdown measures
Renovation works on Real Madrid's new Santiago Bernabeu will be halted until April 9 after the Spanish government announced stricter measures to combat the coronavirus crisis on Saturday.
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Ant and Dec host Saturday Night Takeaway from their living rooms
The presenters, 44, introduced a compilation of some of the show's best moments from their homes, and said from the start 'it was different and weird' to their usual live show.
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Carragher explains who he'd rather play for between Guardiola and Mourinho
The former Liverpool and England defender played under Rafael Benitez and Gerard Houllier at Anfield, and he says Mourinho reminds him of them in some ways
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Brit pensioners stranded on coronavirus cruise beg UK "not to leave us to die"
Yvonne and Paul Wilson are among 300 Brits stuck onboard the MS Zaandam, where at least four people have died from the deadly pandemic
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Meghan Netflix deal? Duchess could follow Michelle Obama's footsteps to 'sign big deal'
MEGHAN, DUCHESS OF SUSSEX's Disney documentary could be soon followed by a "big deal" with streaming service Netflix, who also partnered with Michelle and Barack Obama, who are good friends with the couple.
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Police took a man home after finding him out during lockdown - ten minutes later he was back again
“After giving the male advice and even taking him home, he decided to return back 10 minutes later."
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'The more vaccine projects we have, the better our chances'
Leading scientist Adam Finn warns of stumbles along the way to Covid-19 immunisationThe chances of an individual Covid-19 vaccine project producing a successful outcome are low, one of Britain’s leading immunisation experts has warned. “Science does not have a track record where most of our vaccine projects work,” Professor Adam Finn, of Bristol University said last week. “We have a track record where most of them don’t work.”Finn’s warning came as doctors and epidemiologists stressed how difficult it would be to contain the disease until people can be immunised against it. Continue reading...
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McDonald's is asking for your help for when it reopens
The fast-food chain is currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic
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Greg Rutherford’s BBC Breakfast interview is hilariously interrupted by his kids jumping on the bed
Greg was trying to do an interview with BBC Breakfast via video link.
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Kate and William last Royals left on virus frontline as Meghan and Harry flee
EXCLUSIVE: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton are in the front line of the coronavirus crisis as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry move to Los Angeles
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Police and military cracking down on non-essential travel including motorbike rides, driving lessons and caravan trips
Police are clamping down on non-essential travel, like motorcycle rides, driving lessons and caravan trips, which are not permitted as part of daily exercise sessions during the coronavirus lockdown.
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Victoria Beckham and Harper's sweet gesture as they FaceTime London nurses
Victoria Beckham and her daughter Harper FaceTimed the nurses at London's Kings Hospital in a bid to show their support for the NHS
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SNT fans in hysterics as Dec warns Ant he'll 'give kids nightmares'
Ant McPartlin and co-presenter Declan Donelly hosted tonight's show from the comfort of their own homes as they both self-isolate following government advice
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Frugal Dragon's Den mum Sara Davies is worth £37m but still hunts for bargains
EXCLUSIVE The 35-year-old MBE is the youngest Dragon after building up her own crafting business from her bedroom
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France's coronavirus lockdown ignored by 260,000 with £25m of fines dished out
Coronavirus lockdown fines in France can range from 35 to 3,700 euros and a six-month prison sentence for repeated breaches. £25 million’s worth of fines have already been imposed by officials
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Coe and Ovett's Olympic debt to bureaucrat who defied Thatcher | Andy Bull
British Olympic Association chairman Sir Denis Follows was determined not to join the Moscow Games boycott in 1980, to the fury of the prime ministerSir Denis Follows, 71, short and bald, started every day’s work by opening his post. It was a habit he’d had as secretary of the Football Association, and a habit he kept as chairman of the British Olympic Association. In between the two jobs, he’d been knighted. Which was some going, for the son of a stationmaster, but it hadn’t changed him much. He still wore a pair of thick horn rims, still worried about putting on weight, was still the same avuncular, pragmatic man who had kept the Jules Rimet trophy under his bed and carried it out to Mexico 70 in his briefcase. And he still had the same set of principles.First among them his idea that sport was above politics. Follows was so ­adamant about this that his own daughter still isn’t sure which way he voted, and that adamancy made him one of the key figures in what the Labour parliamentarian Denis Howell described as “the most epic political battle in which I have ever been engaged”. Continue reading...
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