Gloria Estefan says she was molested at music school at 9

Gloria Estefan has revealed that when she was 9 years old she was sexually abused by someone her mother trusted
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Queen health concern: Royal Family 'coming to term' with ageing monarch's needs
THE ROYAL FAMILY is "coming to terms" with the fact the Queen will need to make adjustments to her schedule given her age, according to a royal commentator.
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Horrified dad says he found 'human faeces' smeared on sink at 'disgusting' Pontins
George Bradshaw visited the holiday company's Camber Sands resort for a "last minute", week-long break last month - but has vowed to never return
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Prince Harry 'wanted to be treated like one of the guys' during happy time of his life
PRINCE Harry relished fitting in with his fellow soldiers during the "happiest times of [his] life," the decade he spent in the army, according to royal experts.
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Paul Scholes predicts two-horse title race after "worrying" Liverpool display
Three points separate Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City at the Premier League's summit, but Paul Scholes expects only two of those teams will go close in the title race
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Legendary comedian Mort Sahl dies aged 94 as tributes pour in
He had a huge influence on modern stand-up comedy.
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Paul Ince sticks the boot in with scathing criticism of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and coaches
Manchester United have conceded 15 Premier League goals this season - the same amount as winless Burnley and 12 more than leaders Chelsea - with an away trip to Tottenham looming
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Emma Raducanu hails ‘huge’ win after breaking WTA Tour duck at the Transylvania Open
Emma Raducanu hailed the “huge” milestone of her first WTA Tour win after admitting: “I knew I wasn’t playing very well”.
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Rishi Sunak planning to soften blow of Universal Credit cuts with ‘taper rate’ tweak
But chancellor’s last-minute change will not help families affected by anywhere near as much
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The Fit List: Boost your workout, skin and immune system with these wellness buys
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Love Island's Liberty lands another lucrative deal as she's set to make first million
Love Island star Liberty Poole rose to fame on the latest season of the ITV2 show and has landed her fourth deal
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Tristan Thompson shares adorable rare photos of daughter True and son Prince hanging out together
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Squid Game creator responds to LeBron James’ comments about the show’s ending
‘Have you seen Space Jam 2?’ says Squid Game creator
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Preston vs Liverpool live stream: How can I watch Carabao Cup game on TV in UK today?
Rampant Liverpool make the relatively short trip to Deepdale to play Championship side Preston North End in the Carabao Cup round of 16 tonight.
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What time is the Budget 2021? Predictions and how to watch
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will be announcing the budget today to the House of Commons. Details about the plans have already been released, but what time can you watch the budget in full?
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The new Avanti Pendolino first-class experience: MailOnline discovers if it's on the right track
MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill travelled between London and Manchester and sat in the posh end - coach K. There he experienced Avanti's ramped-up restaurant-style service.
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Brazilian Senate recommends Bolsonaro face criminal charges over Covid handling
Charges against the president include crimes against humanity and charlatanism
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Budget 2021: Chancellor set to cut tax on domestic flights
‘Rishi Sunak should be investing in trains, not removing passenger duty from domestic flights,’ says campaigner
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Queen health latest: 'Worrying news' as monarch ordered to rest – well being fears grow
FEARS for the Queen's health grow as she cancels plans to attend COP26 next week.
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Carl Woods hits out at ‘abusive comments’ after posing with Lamborghini amid Katie Price’s Priory stay
'It’s just shocking that I can literally post anything and get abuse over it for no reason.’
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Jonathan Ross cancels annual Halloween party to support daughter after fibromyalgia diagnosis
‘I can’t in good conscience have a big loud fun party downstairs and one of my kids is locked in a room upstairs,’ said TV presenter
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'Optimistic' Sunak gets Budget firepower thanks to UK growth upgrade
Rishi Sunak has a bit more money to deploy due to the strong bounceback from the pandemic - with the Office for Budget Responsibility expected to say UK plc will grow by 7 per cent this year.
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Countdown’s Rachel Riley Admits There Hasn’t Been ‘Much Team Bonding’ With New Host Anne Robinson
Countdown’s Rachel Riley has admitted there hasn’t been “much team bonding” since Anne Robinson joined the Channel 4 show.Anne, who previously presented The Weakest Link, took over hosting duties from Nick Hewer earlier this year. Maths whizz Rachel, who has been on the long-running show since 2009. says it is “completely different” working with Anne because her appointment took place in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.“We used to all be in the same room together but because of coronavirus everyone’s off separately having their make-up done so we don’t see each other as much,’ she told Yahoo Life. “We’ve not really done much team bonding.”“Obviously, we had 10 years with Nick and we really knew each other. She is a completely different character,” Rachel added.After Anne joined Countdown back in June, she revealed the major change she wanted to implement on the show after becoming the first female presenter in its 39-year history.Anne explained she’d pleaded with producers to ensure that more women were featured as contestants on the show.“It seemed to me that the majority of contestants were male,” she said. “I did say, ‘You have got to persuade women to come on’. It’s something I begged they did more of. We’ve now got many more female contestants.”Sharing why she thinks Countdown has previously been so heavily dominated by male contestants, Anne suggested: “I suspect women don’t automatically think they’re brilliant at something. Whereas men do, even if they haven’t the foggiest idea what they’re doing.”She added that because of the inclusion of more women, some upcoming episodes of Countdown excitingly feature “a female guest in Dictionary Corner and two female contestants”.Anne’s predecessor Nick Hewer urged viewers to be “generous” to his replacement.When the news of her Countdown role was announced in February, Anne vowed to “tone down the nastiness” with which she became synonymous during her time at The Weakest Link, adding a somewhat ominous: “Sort of.”COUNTDOWN:Rachel Riley Spells Out 'Poo Anally' On Countdown, Reacts AccordinglyChannel 4 Apologise After Using Countdown Contestant’s 7-Letter Gay Slur In BroadcastEamonn Holmes Admits Telling Anne Robinson He'd 'Knock Her Head Off' If She Were A Man After Parenting Jibe
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Man shows how you can recreate Salt Bae’s £1,500 gold-coated steak at home for just £65
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Greg Rutherford targets Winter Olympic glory - and he's not taking the piste
“I’m not here to be a tourist. And this team is not just planning to make up the numbers”
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‘Funniest of them all’: tributes paid to Mort Sahl after death aged 94
Canadian-born comedian who rose to fame in the 1950s credited with ‘yanking comedy into the modern age’Tributes have been paid to the trailblazing standup comedian Mort Sahl after his death at the age of 94.The Canadian-born comic was credited with revolutionising American comedy in the 1950s thanks to his acerbic political satire. Continue reading...
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Russian gas giant threatens Moldova to ditch EU free trade deal for cheap energy supplies
RUSSIAN gas giant Gazprom is urging Moldova to ditch its free trade deal with the EU in exchange for cheaper supplies of energy.
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China builds world’s first programmable quantum computers that outperform ‘classical’ computers
One of the quantum systems is million times more powerful than Google’s Sycamore
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EU cracks deepen as FOUR nations join Spain revolt – furious letter penned as crisis looms
PRESSURE on the EU has deepened after a rebellion led by Spain for an overhaul of the EU's electricity market has seen four more nations join them.
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‘Stress made my brain go “pop” and triggered a psychotic breakdown – now I help people recognise the signs’
Sarah now helps people to recognise the signs that something is going wrong.
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My son’s in rehab – but Vodafone won’t suspend his account
He can’t use a phone for at least six months, and I fear for the mounting debt while he’s in residential careMy son is entering residential rehab for between six and 12 months and will have no access to his mobile phone or home broadband. He has a two-year contract with Vodafone, which has refused to suspend his account during that time. He is a student who is deferring his studies for a year to work on his recovery and he has no means of paying for his contract during the time he is in rehab. Other services such as the council, the college, the Student Loans Company and his housing provider all have policies in place to support him, but Vodafone is intent on pursuing him for payments which will land him in debt.CF, London Continue reading...
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HVG hell hammers Spain – fears Costa del Sol bars will run out of booze over soaring costs
SPANISH bars could run out of alcohol this winter, with industry leaders blaming global transport issues and rising costs of raw materials for shortages.
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Bastian Schweinsteiger claims Guardiola relationship affected Man United spot under Mourinho
The former Manchester United player featured only four times under Jose Mourinho before an MLS switch.
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Iran says cyberattack affected every gas station in nation
A cyberattack in Iran affected all of the Islamic Republic’s 4,300 gas stations
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Football star Josh Cavallo comes out as gay in first for Australia’s top league
‘I have been fighting my sexuality for over six years now, and I’m glad I can put that to rest’
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Sir Alex Ferguson wants Mauricio Pochettino as next Manchester United manager if club sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Solskjaer is on the brink.
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Paul Pogba snubbed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after red card in Manchester United’s defeat to Liverpool
The Frenchman only lasted 15 minutes before getting sent off.
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Ignore the myths about Antonio Conte, a ‘tactical master’ whose turns mess into magic
The Italian coach, who has been linked to Manchester United, can be abrasive and demanding but he is a proven and versatile tactician with a spectacular track record of winning silverware
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Prince Andrew will be 'invisible' for Queen's Platinum Jubilee events as Duke hidden away
PRINCE Andrew will be pulled from all Platinum Jubilee events, it has been claimed.
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Santander profits boosted by write-back and UK mortgage boom - but bank warns on UK recovery
Santander’s third quarter profits were boosted by write-backs from pandemic-era provisions, continued momentum in the mortgage market, and changes to its popular 123 current account, the Spanish bank said today.
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Pandemic DIY boom continues for Wickes
Sales are up by more than a quarter compared to 2019.
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Insulate Britain cause yet more mayhem in Kent and West London
Insulate Britain returned to London's roads during rush hour today with at least two blockades - on the A40 in North Acton, West London, and on a roundabout in Dartford, Kent.
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Strictly's Graziano out partying hours after partner Judi Love's Covid warning
Strictly Come Dancing professional Graziano di Prima posed up with former pro Robin Windsor on a night out in London after his partner Judi Love tested positive for Covid-19
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Phil Neville hits out at Manchester United fans calling for Solskjaer to be sacked on social media
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come under intense pressure at Man United after his side suffered a 5-0 defeat to Liverpool at the weekend.
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Cop26 Glasgow — news: Queen to miss summit as UN warns world is ‘on track for catastrophe’ without bolder plans
Latest developments ahead of major environment conference
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Mum at Soho Theatre review: Brave and raw, if rough round the edges
This is a bold work that focuses in a new way on the act of birth and the mad months that follow it, though it could be further refined
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Brexit Britain's growth DOUBLE expectations - Sunak proves the europhile economists wrong
BRITAIN's economy is set to grow by seven percent this year, almost double the growth previously predicted.
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China carries out first successful test of underwater explosives to destroy a port
The state-owned Global Times said sneak attacks to destroy ports would make large vessels such as US aircraft carriers vulnerable by destroying the logistics networks they need to stay afloat.
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