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Dogs at polling stations: The best snaps throughout the UK on general election day 2019
In one of the great traditions of British politics, people are posting pictures of their dogs as they head out to vote in the general election.
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Tekashi 69 begs judge for reduced sentence: 'My world is crashing down'
Rapper said he has had time to reflect on 'the recklessness and foolishness of my decisions'
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Who can Man Utd face in Europa League last 32 draw?
Manchester United face a straight shootout against AZ Alkmaar on Thursday evening as they aim to top their Europa League group and swerve a possible meeting with Ajax or Inter Milan.
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Indian police fire teargas at citizenship bill protesters
Paramilitary forces deployed at demonstrations in north-east over bill excluding MuslimsIndian police have fired blanks on protesters as thousands ignored a curfew in the north-east of the country in fresh demonstrations against contentious new citizenship legislation.Officials said on Thursday about 20 to 30 people have been hurt in the protests in recent days, with vehicles torched and police firing teargas and charging the crowds with heavy wooden sticks. Continue reading...
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Trump's food stamp cuts will strip lifeline from millions of Americans
The Trump administration is rolling out new rules that will reduce Snap benefits, and make millions of Americans ineligible to receive themWhen James Fauntleroy lost his sales job in the summer he quickly found his social security disability benefits did not provide enough to live on. So he turned to a vital lifeline relied upon by many Americans on hard times – food stamps, also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Snap).Fauntleroy, 35, initially received an approval letter, which noted he would receive $197 a month starting immediately. That was enough to help him put food on his table. Continue reading...
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Keanu Reeves to take on Keanu Reeves at box office with Matrix and John Wick sequels
Which of the actor's beloved characters will reign supreme?
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Wet, windy and icy weather could dent General Election turnout
Voters are facing pretty grim weather across the board.
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Nintendo wants you to watch The Game Awards – but what are they showing?
There’s definitely some kind of Nintendo announcement at tonight’s Game Award, but is it Smash Bros. DLC, Metroid, Zelda, or something else?
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What time do polling stations close today for the General Election 2019?
Voting is underway in the 2019 election.
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Europa League last 32 draw: Date, time, confirmed teams, fixtures and how to watch
The Uefa Europa League group stage concludes on Thursday night, with plenty still left to be decided ahead of the round of 32.
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Company director terrorised his ex-wife
A company director terrorised his ex-wife with 650 unwanted phone calls in two weeks after she put their suburban family home on the market without consulting him.
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Company director hounded ex-wife with 650 calls in 12 days after she put family home up for sale
Syed Ali, 44, (pictured) of Rochdale, Manchester, repeatedly telephoned his ex-wife Riffat Riaz, 43, late into the night after learning the four bedroom detached was being advertised.
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Tekashi69 writes apology letter to judge showing remorse for ‘gang affiliation’: ‘My world is crashing down’
But he still considers himself to be a role model.
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Woman saved by colleagues after having a brain haemorrhage at work Christmas party
One minute, Trudi was chatting to a colleague, the next she had collapsed.
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Woman pumps gas into a plastic bag and then puts it in the trunk of her car 
The video was recorded by another customer at a Kroger gas station in Houston, Texas. In the footage, the woman, who appears to be wearing a black apron, can be seen standing next to a pump.
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Trump Jr hunted endangered sheep in Mongolia and only asked for permission afterwards
Trophy hunting system is 'very political', says one politician
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Hugh Grant and Piers Morgan in vicious Twitter row over general election, sex worker and phone hacking
Actor and presenter in slinging match over controversial pasts
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Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra are producing their very own reality show based on their lavish Indian wedding
Filming starts next year.
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Best man attacks bride, her mum and sisters for telling groom to go to bed
The bride was even pulled downstairs by her wedding dress, as her new brother-in-law abused her family.
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Prince Andrew sex accuser 'told by FBI of credible death threat against her'
We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story
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Election chaos: Bomb squad rush to polling station after device found - police alert
A BOMB squad was called to a polling station after a “suspicious device” was discovered early this morning.
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Football transfer rumours: Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Everton or Milan?
Today’s fluff got its vote in early doorsEverton fans face the prospect of a Duncan Ferguson-Zlatan Ibrahimovic buddy movie if word reaching the Rumour Mill from Italy is proved correct. Big Zlat is back in Europe having come, seen and conquered MLS by getting knocked out in the play-offs each season and is still desperate for on-field action. Milan, one of his myriad former clubs and another institution seeking a redemptive hero, may though end up being his eventual short-term destination. At 38, daring to Zlatan is only likely to be a quick fix. Related: Champions League’s full English another staging post in march of the superclubs | Barney Ronay Continue reading...
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‘Longest queues ever’ as people stand in line around the block to vote
But don't worry, if there’s one thing us Brits know how to do, it’s form an orderly and polite queue.
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Game Of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage compares season 8 finale to ‘bad break-up’ for fans
Peter thinks Game of Thrones couldn't win in any way.
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Couple must leave their home of 12 years before it falls into the sea
Author Julie Blaxland, 55, thought her clifftop home would be safe for ten years. But 'cataclysmic' erosion in East Suffolk caused by recent storms has left it 30ft from the cliff edge.
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Be careful not to break election polling station rules - you could end up in prison
As we prepare to head to vote in the general election, you might want to make sure you're aware of the rules around behaviour in polling stations
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Vincent Bueno confirmed to represent Austria at Eurovision 2020
Can he repeat the Conchita Wurst magic?
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Liverpool ready to sign Takumi Minamino for bargain price in January transfer window
Liverpool are set to make a move for Red Bull Salzburg star Takumi Minamino after he impressed against them in the Champions League
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Election factcheck roundup: NHS, Brexit, police, taxes and more
There have been some wild claims during the campaign. Here are some of the highlightsThe Guardian has been fact-checking claims made across the political spectrum as candidates fight for seats in the House of Commons. What was billed as the Brexit election has also become the trust election as the integrity of leaders of the key political parties has repeatedly come into question.Amid fake fact-checking accounts and allegations of Russian disinformation, there have been some wild claims made by all the political parties, some regarding their own policies and others attacking those of their rivals. Here we take a look at some of the fact-checking highlights of the election campaign. Continue reading...
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Sudan will never prosper while it is on the US terrorism blacklist
If Washington wants to be on the right side of history, it must open the way for Sudan to receive economic support Over the past year, the Sudanese people have staged a near miraculous revolution, overthrowing the 30-year dictatorship of President Omar al-Bashir.Following mediation led by the African Union and Ethiopia, a transitional government consisting of civilians and military generals is headed by Abdalla Hamdok, a veteran economist untainted by the decades of corruption and misrule. It is the best compromise: the army, and especially the paramilitary Rapid Support Force, are simply too powerful to be removed from politics in one fell swoop. Continue reading...
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Reformed prisoner John Crilly says he was prepared to die in London Bridge attack with Usman Khan
John Crilly told of how he tackled Usman Khan while he still believed he was wearing a suicide vest at London Bridge and said: 'I was screaming at him to blow it. I was prepared to lose my life.'
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Gay altarpiece showing two Adams and two Eves will be removed from Swedish church
A gay altarpiece showing two flirty Adams and two flirty Eves was removed from a church in Malmo, Sweden on Wednesday over fears it could be misinterpreted.
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Pink Wall review: Uncovers a few small, raw truths about relationships
Shot over the course of nine days in director Tom Cullen's native Wales, the film is divided into six non-chronological chapters
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Does tapping a beer can actually stop it frothing? Scientists found out
Carlsberg provided over a thousand cans for 'research'
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New Zealand to retrieve remaining bodies despite risk of eruptions as death toll rises
'The chances of success will be determined by things beyond our control,' say police
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How to add an 'I Voted' frame to your Facebook and Instagram photos
If you use Facebook or Instagram, there are several ways to show your friends that you’ve voted, and encourage them to do the same
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Polling station opening times and where is my nearest place to vote?
Follow our election day live updates here
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Former England attack coach Scott Wisemantel joins Australia set-up with Dave Rennie
Wisemantel was heralded for England's improved attack during his time with Eddie Jones but has returned home to take up a new role with the Wallabies
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Martin Kemp volunteers for I'm A Celeb 2020 after watching Roman in the jungle
Martin Kemp explained that he'd always ruled out doing I'm A Celeb but wants to do it after watching son Roman in the jungle
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Dogs at polling stations are back with the cutest part of any General Election
They are the true winners.
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I’m A Celebrity winner Jacqueline Jossa gets royal welcome home as husband Dan Osborne throws surprise party
She was greeted with a prosecco wall.
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Explanation behind using pencils to vote and if you can use a pen instead
As we head to the polls you might find yourself wondering why we vote with pencils and whether you can use a pen instead, here's what the Electoral Commission has to say
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Man City's Pep Guardiola makes Dani Olmo transfer prediction over Man Utd target
The ex-Barcelona man scored Dinamo Zagreb's only goal in the 4-1 Champions League loss to Manchester City and Guardiola think the 21-year-old has a bright future
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Man retires at 24 with £570k in the bank and explains exactly how he did it
Mike Rosehart decided he wanted to retire early when he was a teen - and went on a mission to do just that. He succeeded, building up enough cash to quit work by the age of 24, and thinks you can too
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Who can Arsenal face in Europa League last 32 draw?
Arsenal look set to progress to the last 32 of the Europa League as they head to Liege for their final group-stage fixture.
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Man cancels non-refundable holiday he’s been looking forward to for 64 years because he’s worried about the planet
'I'm 75 now, so on and off for 64 years I've been thinking about it.'
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Dame Barbara Windsor ‘still has sparkle and lovely sense of fun’ as husband shares Alzheimer’s update
Babs was diagnosed with the disease in 2014.
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