Halle Berry fights sexism by teaching son Maceo, 7, to break gender stereotypes

The actress - who shares Maceo with ex-husband Olivier Martinez - is taking a refreshing approach to parenting in a bid to see a difference in the world
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New mothers ‘twice as likely’ to suffer from postnatal depression in lockdown
Women who had more contact with others during coronavirus restrictions less likely to suffer depression, research finds
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Tourism bosses urge government to add Spain, Greece and Italy to green list
Decision to leave off Greece is ‘unjustifiable’, says governor
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Zara Beauty review: Is this the best high street beauty launch yet?
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Andres Iniesta signs two-year contract extension at Vissel Kobe on 37th birthday
Former Barcelona and Spain midfielder is set to remain playing in Japan until 2023
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Queen’s goddaughter reveals royal curtsy etiquette behind closed palace doors
Victoria Pryor reveals Her Majesty would have loved being a ‘country lady with her animals’
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Fire brigade begs people to stop squeezing into toddlers’ swings for TikTok fame
'It might be a fun story for your friends, but wasting the time of emergency services is serious'.
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'Sore losers!' Von der Leyen and Barnier blasted over relentless threats to Brexit Britain
THE EU acted like "sore losers" and tried to hijack Brexit and stop other member states from leaving the bloc, according to a Dutch think tank director.
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Get to know Fleabag's 'hot priest' Andrew Scott
At the beginning of the year, Andrew Scott could go about his day without being bothered. Now? Not so much. Phoebe Luckhurst meets the man of the year to talk overnight sex symbol-dom, shaking off Catholicism and what’s next 
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Billie Eilish reveals how a fan inspired her ‘dream’ new blonde hair
The striking transition took six weeks to complete.
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Former diplomat jailed for contempt over blogs about Salmond trial
Craig Murray has been sentenced to eight months in jail over posts which could have led to the identification of the complainers in the case.
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Kelechi Iheanacho to take centre stage at Old Trafford
Man United welcome Leicester City - a team who have lost 10 of their 11 away trips to Old Trafford
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Train firm emailed workers about fake bonuses as part of cybersecurity test
West Midlands Trains (WMT) emailed around 2,500 workers thanking them for their ‘hard work’ during the coronavirus crisis.
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FactCheck: government hasn’t spent half of promised cladding cash
Some £1.6bn was due to have been spent by 31 March this year.
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Portugal holiday news: Rules, entry requirements and best places to visit
Portugal is one of a handful of green list countries.
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Homeless Oaklanders were tired of the housing crisis. So they built a ‘miracle’ village
Under a highway, beautiful structures offer food, healthcare, showers and a free ‘store’ – as well as a strong sense of communityTucked under a highway overpass in West Oakland, just beyond a graveyard of charred cars and dumped debris, lies an unexpected refuge.There’s a collection of beautiful, small structures built from foraged materials. There’s a hot shower, a fully stocked kitchen and health clinic. There’s a free “store” offering donated items including clothes and books, and a composting toilet. There are stone and gravel paths lined with flowers and vegetable gardens. There’s even an outdoor pizza oven. Continue reading...
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Lab-grown meat companies swallow record investments
Funding rose sixfold in 2020, while study shows 80% of people are open to eating meat grown in bioreactorsThe nascent industry growing real meat in bioreactors had a record-breaking year in 2020, with investment growing sixfold and a dozens of new companies being founded.A study also indicates that 80% of people in the UK and US are open to eating meat produced in a factory rather than a field, with the researchers concluding “cultivated meat is likely to be widely accepted by the general public”. Continue reading...
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Mikel Arteta preparing for big changes at Arsenal over the summer
Mikel Arteta has warned big changes are needed at Arsenal this summer, but hopes the days of the club paying players off to leave are in the past.
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Gene therapy offers treatment to children without immune system, suggests study
The new therapy could ultimately remove the need for bone marrow transplants in children without an immune system.
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‘You’re the opposite of what society says is masculine’: The difficulties of being a man with an eating disorder
'Knowing you're not alone isn't therapy, but it helps'
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Donald Glover claims new films and TV shows are ‘boring’ as creators ‘afraid of getting cancelled’
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How this man went from homelessness to living mortgage-free in an antique-filled converted pub
In the early 1990s he was caught in a knife fight, leaving him with 50 per cent vision in one eye.
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‘We’ve all been called murderers’: Three Families and the truth about abortion in Northern Ireland
The TV drama about terminations reflects the cruel, nightmarish story of thousands of women in Northern Ireland – who are still waiting for change “Waiting,” we are told in the BBC drama Three Families, “is all there is to it.” That intense, fraught, prolonged suspension of time, during which everyday life somehow has to go on, is one of the main themes of the two-part series. A young woman longing for a baby counts the seconds aloud while she waits for the line on the test to tell her whether she is pregnant. Another, who has been interviewed by the police after they learned she had “procured” abortion pills for her teenage daughter, waits for years to find out if she will be jailed. A happily pregnant woman, who has been told there are concerns about the foetus, sits in a consultant’s waiting room with her husband for what seems like a lifetime. The news they will get will either shatter their dreams or give them hope.The best television drama can unpick the locks of dogma and bring empathy and compassion to difficult themes. Three Families does this with the sensitive issue of abortion in Northern Ireland. The 1861 Offences Against the Person Act carried a maximum of life imprisonment for carrying out an abortion, and the abortion-related parts of the act remained in force in Northern Ireland until 2019 – half a century after the 1967 Abortion Act became law in the rest of the UK. The drama, based on real-life testimonials from the past decade, reimagined through the stories of Hannah, Rosie and Theresa, shows the human impact of Northern Ireland’s law on terminations on those who have found themselves nightmarishly entangled in its cruel excesses. Continue reading...
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Pope creates lay ministry to boost supply of faith teachers
Pope Francis has formally created a new lay ministry to encourage greater participation of secular women and men in the teaching of the Catholic faith, especially in places where priests are in short supply
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City fans set for financial hit if final is moved to Portugal instead of London
The final was set to be held in Istanbul but supporters would have to isolate upon their return to the UK.
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Influencers slammed for cancelling adoption because baby 'can't appear online'
YouTubers Nikki Phillippi and husband Dan Phillippi began the process of adopting a baby from Thailand in 2018 but withdrew when they discovered they would not be legally allowed to put the child on social media in its first year
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Residents told to shut windows after fire in Essex metal recycling building
A metal recycling building was engulfed in fire on Tuesday morning prompting 15 calls to emergency services.
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Today's racing tips from Newsboy for UK fixtures on Tuesday
Chepstow's Tuesday card was abandoned, leaving four meetings in the UK. Newsboy's Nap runs in a handicap for three-year-old horses at Beverley
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Brexiteer tears apart Sturgeon's independence demands - four reasons vote CANNOT be held
NICOLA STURGEON'S hopes to break up the UK have been ripped apart by Brexiteer Sir John Redwood, who highlighted four clear reasons why a referendum cannot be held.
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Seth Rogen ‘very much regrets’ joking about James Franco texting 17-year-old on SNL
He has no plans to work with his friend again.
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Covid forces Londoners to take stock of finances
When it comes to their finances, rising bills, a lack of savings and the potential introduction of new taxes are giving Londoners cause for concern for the rest of 2021.
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Five players to snub Man Utd and Ed Woodward after Jack Grealish agent admission
Jack Grealish's agent has poured water on a move to Man Utd insisting they aren't top of his wish list as Man Utd face the prospect of losing out on another transfer target
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UK faces ‘moment of reckoning’ over rising cybersecurity threats
GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming has said that, without action, the UK’s prosperity and security will be under threat from the likes of Russia and China.
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Cavani's impact compared to Ibrahimovic and Man Utd's veteran strikers
Manchester United confirmed that they would extend Edinson Cavani's contract for a further 12-months, having impressed in his first season in English football
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Inquest to report on alleged killings by British soldiers in Ballymurphy
Judge to publish findings on shooting of 10 people amid chaotic scenes in Belfast in 1971An inquest is to deliver its findings on an alleged series of killings by British soldiers in 1971 in which 10 people died, one of the most controversial episodes of the Northern Ireland Troubles.Mrs Justice Keegan is to publish the report of a coroner’s inquest in Belfast on Tuesday, 50 years after the killings and decades after families of the dead launched a campaign to shed light on what they call the Ballymurphy massacre. Continue reading...
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Tenerife murder probe as Brit criminal 'stabbed to death trying to steal drugs'
Three Brits have appeared in court over the killing at an apartment near Playa de las Americas
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The Making of Rodin at Tate Modern review: a master of modernity
This new show that focuses on Rodin’s plaster casts reminds us just how pioneering he really was
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West Ham's Afolayan reflects on Bolton loan spell and discusses future
The Hammers loanee spent the second half the season at the University of Bolton Stadium which ended with automatic promotion to League One
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Girls and boys ‘refuse to sit next to each other’ at top private school
Boys and girls at a £30,000-a-year private school will not sit next to each other at meal times, teachers have revealed.
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ADVERTORIAL: Office cleaning tips you must know before returning to work
The professionals at Manchester's Clarity Cleaning Services Ltd explain how to keep your work environment both safe and spotless
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Dracula’s castle is offering free vaccines to visitors
Bran Castle is offering visitors ‘another kind of sting’
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Scarlett Moffat was driven to looking up nose jobs online for an entire day after people made fun of her face: ‘I had this new thing to hate about myself’
'I felt my personality was being attacked'.
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Scarlett Moffatt was driven to looking up nose jobs online for an entire day after people made fun of her face: ‘I had this new thing to hate about myself’
'I felt my personality was being attacked'.
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Off-duty police officer ‘terrorised’ family displaying Black Lives Matter flag went without arrest
Instead of arresting Steven Teets, he was driven home
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Every region of England saw ZERO Covid deaths at least once during the final week of April
Office for National Statistics data showed there were 205 Covid fatalities in the seven days to April 30, less than half the 400 involving the virus at the start of the month.
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Premier League planning for ‘full, vibrant stadiums’ for start of next season
The Premier League want "full, vibrant stadiums, including away supporters" from the start of next season, after it was confirmed up to 10,000 fans will be permitted for the final two rounds of this season.
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Impact of virus crisis on young people’s job prospects confirmed
Employment rate among young people fell last year, an ONS study found.
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Jack Whitehall's girlfriend released from hospital after suffering health scare
Comedian Jack Whitehall's model girlfriend was sent home from hospital last night after a short stay as she suffered a health scare
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