Gulls are as smart as parrots when they are foraging for food, study suggests 

Renowned for snatching chips from unwary visitors to the seaside, the birds possess the skills to solve problems in order to earn a treat, according to researchers.
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Denmark aims to lift Covid restrictions while Austria ends lockdown for unvaccinated
Austria will lift the lockdown for all those not fully vaccinated while Denmark is lifting all remaining coronavirus restrictions from next week.
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Tonga volcano eruption was one of the strongest EVER recorded
Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai, an underwater volcano in the South Pacific, spewed debris as high as 25 miles into the atmosphere when it erupted on January 15.
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Liverpool youngster who nutmegged Fabinho leaves Virgil van Dijk in awe of "scary" talent
Mateusz Musialowski has caught Jurgen Klopp's attention in recent weeks and has now impressed his team-mate Virgil van Dijk, who admits it's "scary" how good the youngster is
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Netflix hiring for production role on Meghan Markle’s series after Spotify ‘takes podcast into own hands’
The job is to work on a ‘CG heartfelt adventure comedy series’.
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Dad surprises daughter by wearing paper tie she made aged five to her wedding
Glenn had joked at the time that he would keep the tie forever and wear it to her wedding.
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Boris Johnson slammed for body-shaming after accusing SNP MP of 'eating more cake' than him
Ian Blackford lashed out at the Prime Minister for ignoring the cost of living crisis "while they eat cake" at Downing Street parties
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Fifa president Gianni Infantino says biennial World Cup will make Africans less likely to migrate to Europe
Fifa president Gianni Infantino has bizarrely claimed that modifications to football’s calendar will make African migrants likely to embark upon dangerous Mediterranean Sea crossings in search of a better life in Europe.
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Freak 'temperature inversion' heatwave makes Welsh mountain HOTTER than Majorca as climbers sunbathe
Climbing instructor Mark Handford, 54, and his student - who were expecting to experience snow - were stunned by the freak heatwave as they climbed the Y Garn in Snowdonia, North Wales.
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‘Pokémon Legends: Arceus’: Latest news and pre order bonus guide ahead of this week’s release date
The latest launch will feature an open world and new varieties of monsters to catch
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5 lies or evasions Boris Johnson just told in PMQs ahead of Sue Gray's report
Here's a light fact-check on Boris Johnson's Prime Minister's Questions as the highly-anticipated report on Downing Street parties from Sue Gray looms...
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Celebs Go Dating: Nikita Jasmine verbally abused by man in front of his son after Married At First Sight UK
Nikita was verbally abused by middle-aged men.
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Ukrainian general hints at potential date when Russia could launch attack
Ukrainian Lieutenant-General Oleksandr Pavliuk said February 20 is a date that's being considered for when Vladimir Putin sends troops into the country due to the Beijing Winter Olympics
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Premier League confirm new Covid-19 rules in bid to avoid further match postponements
Premier League clubs must now have at least four confirmed Covid-19 cases in order to get a match called off as clubs attempt to prevent further postponements.
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Catalonia expected to pardon up to 1,000 people accused of witchcraft
Hundreds of people, mostly women, condemned during witch-hunts that persisted well into 18th centuryThe Catalan parliament is on Wednesday expected to pass a resolution to pardon up to 1,000 people – the majority of them women – condemned for the crime of witchcraft in the region 400 years ago.The move follows similar gestures in Scotland, Switzerland and Norway after more than 100 European historians signed a manifesto titled “They weren’t witches, they were women”. Continue reading...
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Kim Kardashian deletes Instagram bikini shots after she's mocked for 'Photoshop fail'
Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kim Kardashian shared a few snaps of her beach getaway before fans pointed out that her leg looked wonky
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Woman reveals how she tricks 'brand snob' husband into eating food from Aldi
A woman has confessed that she's figured out a way to trick her 'brand snob' husband into thinking she buys expensive groceries - when she's been shopping at Aldi all along
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Florida boat capsize: Coast Guard begins recovering bodies as sole survivor found
The Coast Guard has recovered one body as the search continues for 38 people more people off the ocast of Florida following the capsizing of a boat believed to be used in human smuggling.
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‘F*** you and your self-importance’: Don’t Look Up star Ron Perlman hits back at film’s critics
Actor called the bad reviews ‘corrupt, sick and twisted’
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Mystery of 'UFO' that crash landed in remote UK hills dubbed the 'Welsh Roswell'
Back in 1974, an eye witness described seeing a "a bright red light, a large perfect circle" in the sky over the Berwyn Mountains in Wales in what was linked to Roswell, an alleged 1947 UFO crash
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Coroner criticises Met for ‘serious and basic failings’ in Stephen Port investigation
Sarah Munro QC said she had been ‘extremely concerned and disappointed’ to hear evidence of the ‘large number of very serious and very basic investigative failings’.
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Government publishes Bill to make some pandemic powers permanent
The Bill would give ministers powers to respond more quickly to future public health emergencies.
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Brexit: Your questions on lorry queues, trade deals and the protocol answered live
As border disruption mounts and the protocol row rumbles on, Adam Forrest is ready to tackle your questions on what happens next in our latest ‘Ask Me Anything’ event
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Tragedy of GMP officer, 38, who died of a heart attack hours after passing annual fitness 'bleep' test
Quamar Zaman didn't smoke or drink and was described as an 'exceptionally popular' constable
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Corrie Daniel's 'dark side could return' after Max attacked in break-in horror
Coronation Street's Daniel Osbourne attacks Max Turner next week after he breaks into the teacher's home, and actor Rob Mallard has teased Daniel's 'dark side could return' following the terrifying events
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Anthony Martial happy to play anywhere for Sevilla
The Frenchman joined Manchester United in a £36million move from Monaco in 2015.
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Premier League confirms Covid-19 rule change that will impact Manchester United and Man City
The Premier League has confirmed changes to its Covid-19 match postponement guidance.
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Why are there international fixtures now? Premier League winter break explained
The Premier League takes a two-week break before returning on February 8 with some international teams in action.
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Martin Kemp keeps mistaking his wife Shirlie’s coffee table ornament for a dog poo
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White tiger cubs and a map of the stars: Wednesday’s best photos
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Refugee held in same camp as Shamima Begum wrongly stripped of UK citizenship
A woman being held in the same Syrian refugee camp as Shamima Begum was wrongly stripped of her citizenship by the British government, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
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Father denied heart transplant because he won’t get Covid vaccine
‘My son has gone to the edge of death to stick to his guns and he’s been pushed to the limit,’ father says
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Minister refuses to say if bill to crack down on Russian dirty money has been dropped
Government warned it would be ‘as popular as cup of cold sick’ if legislation ditched
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Who will Tyson Fury fight next? Explaining the heavyweight merry-go-round
The WBC world heavyweight champion is deep in negotiations to face Dillian Whyte or unified world champion Oleksandr Usyk, who may be forced into a rematch with Anthony Joshua
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Teenager dies at Edinburgh school
Police said there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the 17-year-old’s death at Kaimes School.
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New Mexico teen arrested for murder after botched Snapchat hostage scheme
Elias Otero was shot dead in February 2021 after Anna Bella Dukes allegedly lured his brother Nicholas Otero to meet her over Snapchat in plot to rob him and take him hostage
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Madeleine McCann suspect has ‘number of alibis’ for day toddler vanished
A woman has claimed to be one of 'multiple witnesses' who Christian Brueckner will rely on.
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Heathrow airport queues worse than ever before, investigation finds
‘Queues are longer than they have ever been and complaints are at an all-time high,’ says consumer watchdog
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Australian Open lift ban on fans' Peng Shuai protest shirts after furious backlash
Australian Open organisers have come under scrutiny after forcing spectators to remove their Peng Shuai protest shirts before entering Melbourne Park
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Two Pfizer or Moderna vaccines HALVE the risk of getting 'long Covid', official UK data shows
Real-world data of 6,000 people around the UK found those double-jabbed with Pfizer or Moderna were 49.6 per cent less likely to have lingering symptoms three months after their Covid infection.
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Doctor Who: David Tennant’s odds of replacing Jodie Whittaker slashed after wild fan rumour
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Lia Thomas interviewing with Sports Illustrated as Rice University swim coach blasts NCAA
Thomas will exclusively share her story with Sports Illustrated. The interview comes mid controversy about her competing on the women's team. Coach Seth Huston thinks it is unfair to other athletes.
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Jury played 15-minute audio clip of fatal attack on psychiatrist in Cardiff park
Dr Gary Jenkins was ‘viciously attacked and tortured’ in Bute Park, Cardiff, in the early hours of July 20 2021.
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Jury played 15-minute audio clip of fatal attack on psychiatrist in Cardiff park
Dr Gary Jenkins was ‘viciously attacked and tortured’ in Bute Park, Cardiff, in the early hours of July 20 2021.
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Kurt Zouma believes West Ham fans ‘deserve’ European football ‘every season’
Kurt Zouma believes West Ham fans “deserve” to see their team playing in Europe “every season”.
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When are the Winter Olympics 2022? Full schedule, dates and UK start times for Beijing Games
The 2022 Winter Olympics are almost upon us as China picks up the baton from South Korea and PyeongChang, which hosted the Games four years ago.
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Russian dirty money and ‘close ties’ to Tories will thwart UK response to Ukraine invasion, experts warn
Russian dirty money in London – and “close ties” to the Tory party – will hinder the UK’s pledges to get tough with Moscow if it invades Ukraine, US experts are warning.
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