Grenfell storm overshadows Lewis Hamilton victory as pressure mounts after he wins in Saudi Arabia

The world Formula One champion has disowned his team Mercedes' sponsorship deal with Kingspan, but the firm's logo was still emblazoned on his car during the race.
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Woman ‘dragged’ along platform after getting hand stuck in London Overground train in Walthamstow
A woman commuter was “dragged” along a platform after getting her hand stuck in a London Overground train.
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World Rally champion Ogier backs Lewis Hamilton after F1 title ‘theft’ in Abu Dhabi decider
Lewis Hamilton has earned the support of another motorsport legend with World Rally champion Sebastian Ogier hitting out at how the Mercedes star lost the 2021 Formula One title.
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Old yields to new as replacement Range Rover drives into 2022
Buyers scramble for the ‘old’ model as it gains ‘heritage’ status
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Bolton Wanderers is now partly owned by the taxpayer
Bolton Wanderers were taken over by Football Ventures (Whites) in 2019
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Review: 'Ice Age' franchise tries spin-off with possums bros
Possum brothers Crash and Eddie lead an “Ice Age” spin-off called “The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild.”
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Ukraine crisis updates: What to know amid the fears of a war
High-stakes diplomacy continues to try to avert a war in Eastern Europe
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Dualit’s 700W hand blender blitzes the competition – here’s how
We put this one-stop shop for blending, chopping and whisking to the test
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Donny van de Beek was doomed to fail by his ranking on Manchester United's transfer shortlist
Man United could let Donny van de Beek leave before Monday's transfer deadline and the Dutchman started his Old Trafford career at a disadvantage.
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Britain’s Got Talent horror as medics are forced to intervene when act suffers gory injury: ‘Blood was coming out of his head’
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ITV This Morning doctor says there's a safe way to lose a stone in 21 days
Dr Michael Mosley says anyone who follows the diet can 'see results, fast'
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Greek lawmakers to debate censure motion over snowstorm
Greek lawmakers are to begin a three-day debate on a censure motion brought by the main opposition party against the government over its handling of a severe snowstorm this week that left thousands of drivers stranded on major roads in the Greek capital and knocked out power to some areas for days
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Count Binface ran most cost-effective mayoral election campaign, figures show
The joke candidate Count Binface ran the most cost-effective London mayoral campaign, it can be revealed.
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Eve Muirhead hoping qualification adversity can boost fresh bid for Olympic curling gold
Muirhead’s inexperienced rink had to battle their way to Beijing after failing to qualify via the World Championships
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Daniil Medvedev sets up Rafael Nadal final meeting after bad-tempered semi-final win
Medvedev’s 7-6 (5) 4-6 6-4 6-1 victory means he will play for a second successive grand slam title after his maiden success at the US Open last summer
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Aldi is selling a dupe of Nespresso’s £65 aeroccino milk frother for just £20
Master the art of barista-quality coffee at home with this affordable kitchen gadget
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Comment on I’ve got damning document that proves Prince Andrew & Ghislaine Maxwell were pals – his jury trial demand is foolhardy by Hayley Richardson
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Australia pledges $704 million to save Great Barrier Reef
The Australian government has pledged to spend another 1 billion Australian dollars (£526 million) over nine years on improving the health of the Great Barrier Reef after stalling a Unesco decision on downgrading the natural wonder’s World Heritage status
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De’Longhi dedica electric coffee grinder review: An investment in your inner barista
Get a café-quality caffeine fix right at home
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Bloody Sunday: what has happened in the 50 years since the killings?
After two inquiries and an apology from a British prime minister, no one has been prosecutedAdrian Dunbar to lead events to mark 50th anniversary of Bloody SundayThe Bloody Sunday killings cast an indelible stain on British history and scarred the life of more than 30 families and the wider communities of Derry. A later inquiry unveiled an army cover-up and led to the first apology by a British prime minister. But there have been no prosecutions. Continue reading...
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Former world champion Sergio Martinez willing to risk his life against Gennady Golovkin
Former unified middleweight champion Sergio Martinez is willing to put his life on the line by facing Golovkin in a middleweight clash after continuing his comeback trail at the age of 46
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Manchester United have something they've wanted since Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand
Man United have been searching for a world-class centre-back for almost a decade and they've finally found one.
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Homes Under The Hammer's Martin Roberts transforms Welsh farmhouse into stunning home
Martin Roberts has had a busy year appearing on an array on TV programmes such as ITV's Strictly The Real Full Monty and BBC2's University Challenge
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Kate set to wow fans at Platinum Jubilee event with special performance for the Queen
KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, is set to wow royal fans at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a special performance, a royal expert has claimed.
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Work from home tax relief paying employees £125 a year set to come to an end
The relief comes from HMRC and is part of the 'work from home' allowance which applies to anyone who has been asked to carry out their job from home for even one day since April 6 2020
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Alan Carr’s husband Paul Drayton freed from jail two days after being handed sentence for drunkenly backing into police car
His 14-week prison sentence has been suspended
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Manchester’s smallest wine bar opens this weekend in a shipping container
Le Social is small but perfectly formed
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Mercedes left Lewis Hamilton ‘very exposed’ in F1 finale, Christian Horner claims
Max Verstappen was able to switch to a new set of soft tyres after a safety car was deployed in Abu Dhabi
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Prince William reveals George’s new hobby
Prince William has revealed his son George’s new hobby during a visit to the Bafta headquarters in London.
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6 men on trial over spectacular Dresden museum jewelry heist
Six men have gone on trial in Germany over a spectacular theft of 18th-century treasures from Dresden’s Green Vault Museum in 2019
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Hewlett Packard wins huge fraud case over acquisition of British firm Autonomy
Mr Justice Hildyard delivered a summary of his conclusions in the case on Friday.
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Hewlett Packard wins huge fraud case over acquisition of British firm Autonomy
Mr Justice Hildyard delivered a summary of his conclusions in the case on Friday.
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‘Pokémon Legends: Arceus’: Where to buy it and what new features to expect
The newly released game features an open world and new varieties of monsters to catch
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Queen launches own brand ketchup and brown sauce
Her Majesty, 95,  created her own condiments to add flavour to her chips, but at £6.99 they cost more than four times regular sauces. They are on sale at Sandringham.
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Ollie Tanner: Tottenham agree six-figure transfer deal with Lewes for ex-Arsenal youngster
Tottenham have had a six-figure bid accepted by Lewes for non-League star Ollie Tanner.
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Remorseless teen killer who helped pal murder cucooked dad in his own flat is named for first time
Jacob Cookson, 18, and Logan Eaton, 17, were both found guilty of murder
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Let’s Eat Grandma review – a sparkling testament to sisterhood
XOYO, LondonWith heady vocal harmonies, synths pummelling the air and an exuberant encore, the alternative pop duo have found each other againIn 2016, Norwich-based childhood friends Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth – AKA Let’s Eat Grandma – were so close that they often pretended they were twins. A lot has changed since the early days of this uncanny, left-field pop duo. Taking to the stage at a tightly packed XOYO, they have grown to be individuals, Walton in diamante-spangled blue velour, grinning, poised and assured around the stage; and Hollingworth in black, saturated with gold and silver sequins, initially a little more demure and reserved behind her synths.Two Ribbons, their forthcoming third album, finds the pair largely writing individually, laying bare growing apart and learning new parts of themselves: notably for Hollingworth, processing the bereavement of her late boyfriend, musician Billy Clayton. Still, it’s not tension or grief that hangs in the air tonight – rather, it’s love. Continue reading...
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‘We just sleep and hope we don’t perish’: 2m in Tigray in urgent need of food – UN
Aid workers call for ‘humanitarian pause’ so crucial supplies can be delivered, after first assessment of hunger in the region since war broke out At least 2 million people in the northern Ethiopian region of Tigray are suffering from an extreme lack of food, with the 15-month conflict between rebel and government forces pushing families to the brink, the UN’s emergency food agency has found.In the first comprehensive assessment the World Food Programme (WFP) has carried out in Tigray since the start of the war, 37% of the population were found to be severely food insecure, meaning they had at times run out of food and gone a day or more without eating. Continue reading...
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Apple adopts the latest emoji including a pregnant MAN
Apple's own designs for the new emojis are already available in a beta test of iOS 15.4 released on Thursday prior to its full release in the spring.
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The neist scan’ll tak five minties: Aberdeen MRI machine can now speak Doric
The University of Aberdeen’s MRI scanner can now issue instructions in the local dialect.
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Slovenia snowboarder tests positive for virus in Beijing
A snowboarder from Slovenia has tested positive for the coronavirus after landing in Beijing for the Olympics
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Theresa May breaks silence on Downing Street parties: ‘Nobody is above the law’
Former prime minister says she is ‘angry’ at revelations
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Company behind ‘siege’ at The Wolseley plans expansion of Japanese grill Benihana
Benihana Holdings, which is owned by Minor International, is opening its first new site since 2019 in Covent Garden
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Neeskens Kebano interview: Playing in this free-scoring Fulham attack is just so much fun
Having been turned into the most prolific attack in Europe by Marco Silva, Fulham’s forwards are having the times of their lives.
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When is Drive to Survive season 4 on Netflix?
The documentary series is returning with its focus on the thrilling and controversial 2021 season
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Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu Applauded For Asking Kate Garraway To Say Her Surname After GMB Presenter Messes Up Pronunciation
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu has been applauded by Good Morning Britain viewers after she asked presenter Kate Garraway to say her surname after she struggled to pronounce it on Friday’s show.Dr Shola was on the ITV morning show to talk about cancel culture, but things got off to a shaky start when Kate asked the lawyer and activist to say her own surname when she struggled to pronounce it.After Kate attempted to say Dr Shola’s full name, the presenter said: “Let me do that again.” She then appeared to give up completely, saying: “Dr Shola – you say your surname, ’cause I’m useless this morning.”But Dr Shola asked Kate to try again, telling her: “Ok so read it phonetically. I’m not going to let you get away with that. Read it phonetically, pronounce it as you see it.”@kategarrawayOh Kate
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UK storm warning: Storm Malik named as 75mph gales to unleash chaos across UK
THE UK is set to be battered by Storm Malik, after weather warnings were issued for much of Britain.
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UN labor group says 1.6 million jobs lost in Myanmar in 2021
The International Labor Organization says about 1.6 million jobs were lost in Myanmar in 2021, with women suffering the biggest setbacks as work in factories, tourism and construction dwindled amid the pandemic and a military takeover
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Formation dilemma and Bodvarsson home debut? Bolton Wanderers predicted team vs Sunderland
A look at the side Ian Evatt could name for the League One clash against the Black Cats
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