GMB's Ranvir Singh calls Kate Garraway a 'brave honest strong soul'

Ranvir Singh saw her friend and Good Morning Britain co-star Kate Garraway on the front of a magazine in her local shop and couldn't resist a sweet Instagram tribute
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Nat Phillips hails Virgil van Dijk influence as he looks to form new centre-back partnership at Liverpool
Van Dijk is still proving influential
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Edward Leigh: The aid cut doesn’t add up — and that’s why I won’t be voting for it
This week Global Britain, the “pen holder” on Yemen at the United Nations, cut aid to millions of people on the brink of famine. We’re not doing it because we think that will help end the conflict but because we cannot find room for it in a 0.5 per cent foreign aid budget, having cut it back from 0.7 per cent. What is the Government playing at?
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Biology: Scientists play MC Hammer to baby zebrafish to learn how they develop hearing underwater 
After developing a special speaker system to play music to the fish, Australian neuroscientists imaged the larval fish's brains to see which cells and regions reacted.
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Marchesa launches ethereal wedding dress collection with Pronovias
The debut 21-dress collection was inspired by the Spanish city of Seville
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Leading MEP threatens to veto Brexit deal as trade row explodes – Fury at Frost's 'games'
A LEADING member of the European Parliament's Brexit task force has threatened to sink the trade agreement as the row over Northern Ireland intensifies.
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Millions in the US still don't feel seen by either political party. My dad is one of them | Jessa Crispin
Like many people, my father feels politically homeless – unable to stomach toxic Trumpism, but too conservative for the Democratic partyA few days after the insurrection at the Capitol, my father Jack started sending emails from his Lincoln, Kansas, home to his representative and senators in Congress. For some reason, he was also cc-ing me on these exchanges.There was a new email almost every day, and the tone swung between pleading, angry, bewildered and frustrated. There were emails asking his senators to vote to impeach Trump, emails demanding proof supporting the allegations that the election had been stolen, emails trying to untangle their twisted logic. Continue reading...
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Extraordinary Escapes: Five-bedroom Cotswolds party house designed by supermodel Kate Moss
In last night's episode of Extraordinary Escapes, Sandi Toksvig and Prue Leith took a look around the glamorous party house near to Lechlade, in the Cotswolds, which was designed by Kate Moss
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How I Save: The ‘grossly underpaid’ business development manager in London spending money on beer and cigarettes
'I’ve recently discovered that I can brew 40 pints of good, strong beer for about £10.'
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OPEC cartel, allies face decision on increasing oil output
Top oil producing countries Saudi Arabia and Russia have a tough call to make at an online meeting of oil cartel OPEC and its allies
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Line of Duty fans convinced Kate Fleming is H after explosive stand-off in series six teaser
We have so many questions.
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England’s batsmen in a spin again as India seize early control of fourth Test
England were bowled out for 205 after failing to take advantage of winning the toss
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US traffic deaths spike even as pandemic cuts miles traveled
Pandemic lockdowns and stay-at-home orders kept many drivers off U.S. roads and highways last year
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic plays the heel but it is Napoli who suffer stage fright
Napoli and Sassuolo’s six-goal thriller upstaged the Milan star’s guest appearance at the Sanremo Music FestivalZlatan Ibrahimovic took some time off from co-hosting the Sanremo Music Festival to watch Milan draw with Udinese on Wednesday. After weeks of anguished speculation about how his involvement in the event might impact his team’s title push, the Swede had picked up a thigh injury that ruled him out of this game regardless. Related: 'This is why we kneel': Van Aanholt reveals racist abuse over miss Continue reading...
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Timo Werner sends message to ‘screaming’ Thomas Tuchel ahead of Liverpool clash
Werner is confident of returning to form.
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Pandemic-fighting hospital nurse finishes work to find her car wheels stolen
Karen Arpin has worked on the front line throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
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Racist patient hurls vile abuse towards NHS hospital staff after vodka binge
John Hankin, 55, shouted at NHS workers and threw himself on the floor at the Royal Liverpool Hospital in Merseyside in front of staff and other sickly patients
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Injured and barefoot migrants arrive at Dover after crossing Channel in rubber dinghy
The first group of about seven men were brought into Dover Marina, Kent, on the back of a Border Force vessel shortly before 9am.
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The US government has always given Native Hawaiians a raw deal. It still does | Uahikea Maile
The Biden administration is poised to officially recognize a Native Hawaiian government. That may sound positive, but it isn’tSince the state of Hawaii reopened to visitors in October 2020, more than 650,000 people have flown to the islands. After arriving, some tourists are receiving vaccines before local residents, even though Pacific Islanders are disproportionately affected by Covid-19. Despite the influx, visitor numbers are still lower than usual, leaving the state’s economy – which is overly dependent on tourism and military dollars – in shambles.It’s the kind of colonial treatment that Native Hawaiians have endured since the Hawaiian Kingdom’s government was illegally overthrown in 1893 and the Hawaiian islands were unlawfully annexed by the United States in 1898.The Biden administration is poised to settle this problem by federally recognizing a Native Hawaiian government in a similar process to that which it does American Indian tribes. Re-establishing a government-to-government relationship with the US has been praised as a way of protecting entitlements, programs and services for Native Hawaiians.At first glance, that may sound like a positive step. But federal recognition could be a final nail in the coffin for Hawaiian sovereignty. For that reason, it is steadfastly opposed by most Native Hawaiians and has earned the moniker “Fed Wreck”. Continue reading...
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Marks & Spencer axes its 29 in-store bank branches and shuts current accounts
Marks & Spencer is set to terminate its current accounts later this year with its three million banking customers told to either switch to another lender or close it altogether.
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Brexit: EU ‘simply can’t trust’ Boris Johnson’s government as negotiating partner, says Simon Coveney
‘It’s the British government essentially breaking the protocol – breaking their own commitments again’
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Driver was Tasered in front of son for 'refusing to comply' after he was pulled over, court hears
Desmond Ziggy Mombeyarara was Tasered in front of his child as police tried to arrest him in Trafford last year, a court heard. Mombeyarara is on trial accused of obstructing police.
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Eurosceptic surge: Fresh alliance threatens Brussels – Hungary's Orban sparks uprising
EUROSCEPTICS across the bloc have reached out to Viktor Orban to show him support after he was forced to leave the biggest pro-EU group in the European Parliament.
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Mum fuming as nursery shortens daughter’s name ‘because they can’t pronounce it’
Mahinarangi Tautu is too embarrassed to say her own name as other children laugh at her.
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Lady Gaga's sleepless nights in Italy as dogs were kidnapped 6,000 miles away
The singer's time in Rome was plagued with stress and worry after her French bulldogs were stolen in a terrifying kidnapping at gunpoint
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Rishi Sunak accused of ‘failing to level with public’ over tax hikes
'Santa Sunak' is 'more like Scrooge Sunak' said the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) in response to the chancellor's Budget.
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Kylie Jenner looks more like Kim Kardashian every day - but both deny surgery
Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kylie Jenner has repeatedly hit back at surgery rumours, as has her older half-sister Kim Kardashian, who she seems to be morphing into more and more
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Ghislaine Maxwell being held under ‘brutal’ conditions, brother claims
Ghislaine Maxwell is awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges
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Timo Werner explains how he is looking to emulate Didier Drogba at Chelsea
Werner has only just reached double figures at Chelsea following his £53million transfer in the summer but feels his worst form is behind him ahead of Thursday's clash against Liverpool
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Nomadland: Chloé Zhao’s Golden Globe winner coming to Disney+’s Star channel this spring
Zhao’s film was named Best Motion Picture – Drama at the Golden Globes last week
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Holly Willoughby opens up about 'turning point' in dealing with her dyslexia
Mum-of-three Holly Willoughby has made no secret of the fact that she lives with the learning difficulty that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling
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10 of the best glamping spots in the UK
James Warner-Smith, editor for Cool Camping and Glampingly, shares his pick of where to head for a luxe staycation this summer
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Alex Jones utterly bewildered by The One Show co-host’s question to Kaley Cuoco: ‘Who are you talking about, Jermaine?’
‘Who are you talking about, Jermaine?’
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Jurgen Klopp drops Liverpool contract hint amid Germany job rumours
Klopp's current deal at Liverpool is not due to expire until 2024 but his future has remained the subject of speculation with Germany likely to make a managerial change after next year's World Cup
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Jac Jossa shows off painful injury after slicing thumb open with a bread knife
Former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa shared that she is in pain after slicing her thumb with a bread knife whilst doing chores
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FTSE 100 falls after inflation fears cause Wall Street sell-off
Markets fall as government borrowing costs rise
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Nine puppies stolen from home in Lancashire as police appeal for help
The pooches are only three weeks old
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Rishi Sunak orders takeaway salads via Deliveroo when he wants a treat
But the Chancellor rewarded himself with a stuffed crust pizza after his long day delivering the Budget
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Australian teenager dies after being stung by jellyfish while swimming
It is the first box jellyfish death in the country in 15 years.
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Most alleged Capitol rioters 'individual believers' unconnected to groups, analysis finds
People unaffiliated with organized movements fuel a ‘diverse and fractured domestic extremist threat’, researchers sayNearly 90% of the people charged in the Capitol riot so far have no connection with militias or other organized extremist groups, according to a new analysis that adds to the understanding of what some experts have dubbed the “mass radicalization” of Trump supporters.A report from George Washington University’s Center on Extremism has analyzed court records about cases that have been made public. It found that more than half of people facing federal charges over the 6 January attack appear to have planned their participation alone, not even coordinating with family members or close friends. Only 33 of the 257 alleged participants appear to have been part of existing “militant networks”, including the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers anti-government militia. Continue reading...
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The Last Shift – Richard Jenkins lifts up mismatched buddy film
Jenkins stars as a career fast-food cook forced to train his unwilling young successor in Andrew Cohn’s undercooked small-town dramaIn writer-director Andrew Cohn’s deceptively modest drama The Last Shift, fast-food worker Stanley (Richard Jenkins) is finally calling it quits. He has worked the graveyard shift at Oscar’s Chicken and Fish for 38 years, but now he’s moving from Michigan to Florida to take care of his elderly mother; grease be gone.He’s proud of his tenure, slickly handling the drunks and the teens who ridicule him, rarely putting a foot wrong. But when he’s forced to train his replacement, the opinionated twentysomething Jevon (Shane Paul McGhie), Stanley starts to reconsider his life’s work and whatever meaning he might have attached to it. Jevon is dismissive of the job, forced into it while on probation after defacing a federal monument, and aiming to return to his love of writing when his circumstances allow. Jevon is smart but difficult, failing his beleaguered girlfriend and young son, unable to knuckle down and provide. Continue reading...
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‘They track every move’: how US parole apps created digital prisoners
Is smartphone tracking a less intrusive reward for good behaviour or just a way to enrich the incarceration industry?In 2018, William Frederick Keck III pleaded guilty in a court in Manassas, Virginia, to possession with intent to distribute cannabis. He served three months in prison, then began a three-year probation. He was required to wear a GPS ankle monitor before his trial and then to report for random drug tests after his release. Eventually, the state reduced his level of monitoring to scheduled meetings with his parole officer. Finally, after continued good behaviour, Keck’s parole officer moved him to Virginia’s lowest level of monitoring: an app on his smartphone.Once a month, Keck would open up the Shadowtrack app and speak his answers to a series of questions so that a voice-recognition algorithm could confirm it was really him. He would then type out answers to several more questions – such as whether he had taken drugs – and the app would send his responses and location to his parole officer. Unless there was a problem, Keck would not have to interact with a human and the process could be completed during a TV ad break. Continue reading...
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10 of the UK’s best places to buy a takeaway picnic – readers’ tips
With picnics back on from Monday – albeit with just one person from another household – readers reveal their favourite local spots for takeaway coffee, sandwiches and more exotic fareA little hut/cafe appears on the beach in March each year in Woolacombe, north Devon (it’s starting just before Easter this year). Away from the bustle of the main tourist beach, the cafe is on a smaller, calmer Barricane beach, and in the evening it serves Sri Lankan curry – which is hard to come by in Devon. There’s something therapeutic about eating Sri Lankan cuisine, listening to the sound of the waves, seeing the sun go down and watching the impressive swimmers. Curry evenings are determined by the weather and announced on Instagram: @barricanecafe. Bring towels or folding chairs to sit on. Cafe 10am-5pm, curries 5pm-7pm, although curries can sell out.Emily Haynes Continue reading...
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Tottenham XI vs Fulham: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news, latest injury today
Jose Mourinho will not want to tinker too much for tonight’s visit to Fulham after his Tottenham side returned to form with a bang in Sunday’s 4-0 demolition of Burnley.
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Who’s Loving You: ‘Women of colour can write about more than trauma – we deserve love stories too’
Who's Loving You is a stunning collection of love stories by and about women of colour.
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Can you complete the 2021 Census online?
The Census only happens every 10 years.
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Dean Henderson set for run of games for Manchester United
Dean Henderson could be about to embark on his first sustained run of games for Man United since he returned to the club from two seasons on loan with Sheffield United.
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This World Book Day, let’s keep pushing for progress on diversity within the publishing industry
As a child the closest I came to seeing a character that looked like me was reading about Pocahontas. There’s been progress in recent years, but there’s still clearly a long way to go, writes Rabina Khan
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