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Cheshire home of Keith Hopwood of Herman's Hermits is for sale for £1.75m
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Asia mostly higher despite Wall Street slump, virus fears
Asian shares are mostly higher despite some investor attention shifting again to the uncertainties in global economies amid the coronavirus pandemic, as reflected in the overnight fall on Wall Street
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Brentford respond to Arsenal’s new offer for David Raya
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Brad Pitt And Jennifer Aniston Reunite - And Things Got Flirty
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have reunited again - and things got a little flirty between the former couple.Alas, it was all in the name of art when they took part in the star-studded table read for the classic 1980’s film Fast Times At Ridgemont High.Brad and Jen, who were married between 2000 and 2005, were joined by a stellar cast including Oscar-winning actors Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Sean Penn and Morgan Freeman, who took the role of narrator. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Dane Cook (@danecook) on Sep 17, 2020 at 10:04am PDTHenry Golding, Shia LaBeouf, Jimmy Kimmel, John Legend and Ray Liotta also took part, along with host Dane Cook.During the reading, Brad read the lines of popular high school student Brad Hamilton while Jennifer played the part of Linda Barrett.And in a perfect bit of casting, the Hollywood stars recreated a risque scene between Phoebe Cates and Judge Reinhold from the 1982 film.Brad’s character has a daydream about Jennifer’s Linda making an advance on him“Hi, Brad,” Jennifer read. “You know how cute I always thought you were. I think you’re so sexy. Will you come to me?”Brad struggled to keep a straight face throughout. Hollywood’s former golden couple have rekindled their friendship in the years following their split, and in January shared a touching moment backstage at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where they were both winners.The table read was to support charities Core and Reform Alliance in their efforts to alleviate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.READ MORE: Inside Jennifer Aniston And Brad Pitt's Wedding - 20 Years After The Celeb Event Of The Millennium Jennifer Aniston Jokes About Friends Frustration: 'Stop Playing That F**king Show' Sorry Folks, It Turns Out Those Harry Styles And Brad Pitt Film Rumours Were Too Good To Be True
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White House Axed Postal Service Plan To Send 5 Masks To Every American Household: Report
The United States Postal Service drafted an ambitious proposal in April to send a pack of five face masks to every residential address in the US before top White House officials killed the idea, according to an analysis by the Washington Post of documents acquired by the watchdog organisation American Oversight.American Oversight, which obtained over 9,000 pages related to the USPS via the Freedom of Information Act, released the documents in late August. One of the records, entitled “US Postal Service to Deliver Face Coverings to Every American Household,” is a draft of a press release indicating that USPS planned to “distribute 560 million reusable cotton face masks on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to every residential delivery point in America, beginning in areas which HHS has identified as experiencing high transmission rates of Covid-19 and to workers providing essential services throughout the nation during this pandemic.”Composed in April, the draft stated that “letter carriers, rural carriers and others will deliver one pack of five face coverings to each residential delivery point and PO Box,” with the first shipments intended to reach residents that month. The Orleans and Jefferson parishes of Louisiana were targeted for delivery first, followed by Washington’s King County, Michigan’s Wayne County, and New York.The draft was never finalised due to the White House axing the plan, the Washington Post reported, citing senior administration officials who asked to remain anonymous.“There was concern from some in the White House Domestic Policy Council and the office of the vice president that households receiving masks might create concern or panic,” one of the officials told the Post.As an alternative, HHS instituted “Project: America Strong,” a system that has seen about 600 million masks distributed to critical infrastructure companies, hospitals and community groups, rather than individuals.In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, the White House also utilised the postal service to send out a postcard prominently displaying Donald Trump’s name with guidelines for good hygiene and social distancing ― a decision that Accountable.US, another nonprofit watchdog, lambasted due to the president publicly downplaying both these guidelines and the danger of the coronavirus at the time. Though the postcard went out in March to about 138 million addresses, the White House has yet to repay USPS for the $28 million cost of printing and distributing the cards.In August, Trump seemingly admitted that he was intentionally blocking funding for the USPS, which is expected to see a torrent of mail-in ballots ahead of the November presidential election. The president has been propagating conspiracy theories against mail-in voting, claiming that it leads to “ballot harvesting” and “voter fraud.”Related... James Corden Notices A Weird Pattern With Trump's Photos Boris Johnson Facing Fresh Tory Rebellion Over Cheap US Food Imports Cher Attacks Trump Over Covid 'Herd Mentality' Remarks: 'Seems 200k Dead Isn’t Enough Carnage'
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Dr Hilary would 'have unlicensed Covid-19 vaccine in a shot' amid public concern
Good Morning Britain star Dr Hilary Jones believes the reported roll-out of a Covid-19 vaccine will be safe, as he explained what 'unlicensed' meant with medicine
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Matt Hancock refuses to rule out second UK lockdown as 'last line of defence'
The Health Secretary said a second full lockdown is something the government will 'never take off the table'
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NHS Test And Trace Worker Stamped On After 'Confrontation Over Face Masks' On London Bus
Police are appealing for witnesses after an NHS Test and Trace worker was attacked on a bus in north London.The 63-year-old victim boarded the route 149 bus just before Seven Sisters station on August 23, police said.The suspect boarded the bus at the next stop at about 9:45pm and about five minutes later allegedly punched the victim repeatedly to the floor and stamped on his head five times.Police have said the attack was related to “a confrontation over face masks” and have released an image of a man wanted in connection with the attack.The suspect is described as a tall Black man, aged approximately between 23 and 25 years and with an athletic or muscular build. Pc Bowman from the Roads and Transport Policing Command said: “Although there is no sound on the CCTV and all the victim remembers is waking up in hospital, we believe that this was all triggered by face masks.“We think that the attacker, who had his face covering beneath his chin, took offence when the victim, who was fully covered, consciously moved away from him.“When the attacker then follows the victim to the back of the bus, he can be seen pointing and gesturing at the victim’s face mask before he starts repeatedly punching and kicking him.“This was a totally unwarranted violent assault and we urgently need to speak to this man. If anyone knows who he is or has any other information – or witnessed this offence – please call.”Anyone with information is asked to contact detectives on 07880 429 486 or on 101, quoting ref CAD 7981/23Aug.Related... Are Ministers Spreading The Covid Blame Again, This Time To The Public? Dominic Cummings Set Bad Example For People In Locked Down North-East, Tory MP Says Number Of Covid Tests Completed In 24 Hours Drops Dramatically
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UN food chief urges rich to help keep millions from starving
The World Food Program chief warns that millions of people are closer to starvation because of the deadly combination of conflict, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic
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Rosh Hashanah: When is the Jewish New Year and how is it celebrated?
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National lockdown ‘could be announced in next week’ as cases surge
In a meeting held on Wednesday night, the UK's top scientists suggested half-term could be a good time to shut the country down so schools could remain untouched.
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Apple to launch first online store in India next week
Apple says it will launch its first online store in India next week, as it seeks to increase sales in one of the world’s fastest-growing smartphone markets
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Can a family-friendly Oktoberfest at Alton Towers really work? We find out
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Gareth Bale leaves behind his quiet and successful life in Madrid amid a whole lot of anger
<p>Gareth Bale is returning to the Premier League and his former club Tottenham on a one-year loan from Real Madrid after a turbulent seven years in Spain</p>
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Man who murdered his pregnant wife three decades ago caused Ohio investigators to reopen the case
Scott Purk had originally convinced authorities that the death of his pregnant wife, Margaret, in Akron, Ohio, had been a suicide in March 1985, but he was later suspected of murder three decades later.
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Coronavirus tracked: Global cases pass 30 million, just five weeks after passing 20 million
<p>‘September case numbers should serve as a wake-up call for all of us,’ WHO official warns</p>
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Matt Hancock issues national lockdown warning as COVID-19 cases spike: 'Nothing off table'
MATT HANCOCK insisted a national lockdown remains "on the table" amid the growing number of fresh coronavirus infections grappling the UK.
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Cheer’s Jerry Harris charged with producing child sex images after court appearance
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UK coronavirus news - live: Testing demand beats supply 'by four times', and global cases hit 30 million
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Matt Hancock says Government will &apos;do what is necessary&apos; over reports of two-week national lockdown
Matt Hancock has said the Government will "do what is necessary" over reports the UK could be hit by a two-week national lockdown in October.
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Timo Werner: In Leipzig I was the best I could be, I wanted to try something new
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Senior US envoy holds talks in Taiwan amid Chinese drills
The second high-level U.S. envoy to visit Taiwan in two months has begun a day of closed-door meetings as China conducted military drills near the Taiwan Strait after threatening retaliation
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Ratched: How to recreate the gorgeous 1940s outfits in the Netflix series
<p>Every outfit in Ryan Murphy’s new bloodthirsty Netflix drama is worth recreating in the modern era, writes Olivia Petter</p>
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How does City new boy Ferran Torres compare to Leroy Sane? He answers.
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Man City’s new signing Ferran Torres: ‘We have a fantastic team without Lionel Messi’
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Mistakes on maternity wards 'setting the NHS back almost £1b a year' in lawsuits
Data obtained by former Cabinet member Jeremy Hunt through a Freedom of Information request show twice as much is being spent settled disputes as staff are getting paid
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Kate Middleton latest: Duchess reunites with Sir Ben Ainslie to promote heartwarming cause
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Trump and Biden hit unlikely battleground state of Minnesota
Donald Trump almost won Minnesota in 2016 and sees it as a state he can peel away from Democrat Joe Biden in November
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Hunt for bus passenger who 'stamped on NHS worker's head' in face mask row
Police in north London believe the attacker took offence after the victim, an NHS track and trace worker, moved away from him because he was not wearing a face mask correctly
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London coronavirus cases surge threatens to see 10pm curfew and local lockdowns brought in
A surge of Covid-19 in London is to be confirmed in official figures today – putting the capital city on track for curbs on socialising and nights out in around a fortnight.
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Lidl is selling a teepee for small pets and it costs just £12.99
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The Duchess: Why Katherine Ryan’s new Netflix show is quietly revolutionary
<p>Katherine Ryan’s series about single motherhood is flawed but unwavering in its commitment to a simple premise: a heroine who does not need a man, writes Clémence Michallon</p>
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Why The Social Dilemma is the most important documentary of our times
<p>Netflix’s new docu-drama doesn’t just recruit Silicon Valley whistleblowers to explain why they regret building the likes of Facebook and Twitter, says Alexi Duggins, it lets them explain why they might have unwittingly started society’s destruction – and how to prevent it.</p>
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Rhian Brewster transfer talks confirmed as striker nears Liverpool exit
The Liverpool youngster has been linked with a whole host of Premier League clubs, with Jurgen Klopp ready to sanction a shock exit for the England youth international
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Alicia Keys review, ALICIA: Self-titled album shows singer rattling between a range of identities
<p>Keys demonstrates her remarkable gift for classic soul-indebted melody through some stranger – and certainly more eclectic – sounds than she’s tried before</p>
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‘As far back as I can remember...’: Goodfellas is still the greatest gangster movie ever made
<p>On the 30th anniversary of the release of ‘Goodfellas’, Ed Power revisits the shocking and uproarious Scorsese classic that revitalised the gangster genre and transformed it forever</p>
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Ryan Murphy: All 15 of his shows ranked, from Glee to American Horror Story
<p>As Murphy’s new thriller series ‘Ratched’ arrives on Netflix, Ed Power ranks his previous accomplishments</p>
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Equal pay for Zoe Ball and Gary Lineker at the BBC hides a multitude of issues below
<p>Millionaire women are a good way to cover up diversity issues, says Micha Frazer-Carroll. What about the huge gap between high- and low-paid workers? And who will bear the brunt of coming job cuts?</p>
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Joe Biden slams AG Bill Barr as 'sick' for comparing lockdowns to slavery
Democratic nominee Joe Biden went after Attorney General Bill Barr for saying that coronavirus lockdown orders were the 'greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history' since slavery.
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Global coronavirus cases hit 30m as second wave fears grow
<p>WHO warns of ‘serious situation’ in Europe while India records another record daily increase in infections</p>
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The Latest: India's virus surge continues with 96,000 cases
India’s coronavirus cases have jumped by another 96,424 infections in the past 24 hours, showing little signs of slowing down
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Coronavirus: Covid-breach students face automatic suspension
Queen's University and Ulster University warn students after complaints over Holyland house parties.
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