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Tiger Woods warns Patrick Reed after cheat storm ahead of Presidents Cup
The 2018 Masters champ insists he has done nothing wrong.
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Greenland ice melt puts 400 million people at risk of coastal flooding by 2100
The region has lost 3.8 trillion tonnes of ice since 1992
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Man creates website so people can give Boris their own Love Actually message
'Me and my friend thought since he is desperate to become an internet sensation we would try and help.'
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‘Rapist’ cop ‘told victim he liked when she fought back’
The woman said she tried to stop Westerman as he got on top of her, but he 'told her that he liked it when she pushed at him and when she told him to stop.'
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India protests: Hundreds demonstrate against citizenship bill excluding Muslims
The bill will grant citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan
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Fox ripped apart by hounds after activist lies on animal in effort to protect it
New figures reveal 126 witness reports of suspected illegal fox hunting in a six week period
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A young, female Prime Minister is inspiring Finland — but judge her on her actions not her gender
Sanna Marin sounds ace. And not just because she is a woman. While Londoners lamented our chronically uninspiring election campaign yesterday, a picture was released of Finland's new government — a centre-Left coalition of women led by Social Democrat Marin, who at 34 is the world's youngest leader.
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Chinese fury over call to name Berlin Zoo pandas Hong and Kong in support of democracy protests
Berlin zoo has felt the wrath of Chinese social media users after it proposed the names 'Hong' and 'Kong' for its first-born panda twins. Chinese users called for the pandas to be returned.
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I’m A Celebrity’s Roman Kemp looks smitten with girlfriend Anne-Sophie Flury as they head home from jungle
He looks like the cat who got the cream.
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Pubgoers spotted on CCTV may hold key to murder of antiques dealer
Robyn Mercer was found by a neighbour just after 8am lying face down and soaked in blood, just a short distance from the front door of her £850,000 home in West Molesey, Surrey,.on March 14 2016.
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Wildlife photographer has a nerve-racking close encounter with a herd of curious elephants
Ewan Wilson from Cardiff, Wales, captured the gentle herd from a truck in Bo-Karoo, in Northern Cape province of South Africa, on November 24. The elephants appear calm in front of the camera.
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Trump impeachment explained: What is the president being charged with and what happens next?
Democrats unveil articles accusing president of abusing his power and obstructing Congress
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Kirstie Allsopp reveals she's given her children new iPads after she 'smashed' their old ones
Kirstie Allsopp, 48, has revealed she has given her children Oscar, 13, and Bay, 11, new iPads - after hitting headlines last year for 'smashing' their old ones because they broke screen time rules.
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Angels of the North review – the sassy scissor sisters will snip you now!
Step inside Longlox, the glorious Gateshead salon where Bev, SammyJo and their gang of seraphim stylists will make you Insta-readyNOW it’s Christmas. Technically, Angels of the North (BBC Three) has nothing to do with the festive season, but trust me: you will feel as cheery after watching a 20-minute episode as you might after flinging back a mince pie and a glass of Baileys. And as you might with the mince pie and a glass of Baileys, you will undoubtedly follow it with a few more helpings and gorge your way to true happiness.The celestial beings in question comprise seraphim 31-year-old SammyJo, who owns and runs Longlox salon in Gateshead, and cherub Bev, SammyJo’s mother and “mamager”, who oversee a fluttery host of teenage and twentysomething angels who are mostly called Lauren unless they are not. Continue reading...
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Ronnie O’Sullivan costs himself frame in ridiculous fashion at Scottish Open as he smashes ball off the table
Madness from the Rocket
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Eric Lu review – Leeds piano competition winner goes missing in action
Wigmore Hall, LondonThere were only flashes of grace and brilliance in this disappointing recital in which the 21-year-old’s playing lacked personality. When Eric Lu took first prize at the Leeds international piano competition 15 months ago, it seemed as if a new keyboard star had been born. Recital appearances later that autumn and a CD release of Lu’s Leeds performances confirmed initial impressions, and the Wigmore Hall was packed for his first recital there, with a number of distinguished pianists among the expectant audience.But whether he has lost his way, or whether this was just an off-night for a 21-year-old artist who surely is still maturing, it was hard to say, but this recital of Schumann, Brahms and Chopin turned out to be a disappointing experience. Even the beautiful, luminous sound that had been so striking on Lu’s first disc was nowhere to be heard here. His tone was often strident, while his pedalling sometimes so untidy you wondered whether there was a mechanical problem with the piano. Continue reading...
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How tall is Frozen's Olaf? The answer is freaking everybody out
"Good luck sleeping tonight, knowing Olaf is as big as, if not bigger, than many of you."
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Eight hundred more people dying each week in England and Wales this winter on average
Figures show 10,958 deaths were recorded in England and Wales during the last full week of November. In comparison, this is 794 more than the 10,164 average for the previous five years.
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TV bosses drop working title for Stranger Things season 4 – and it has left fans reeling
There are so many questions.
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Shane Sutton accused of handling Coke can full of urine to beat doping test
Former British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton has been accused of handling a Coke can full of urine by a current British Cycling coach in a bid to avoid a positive drugs test as a rider.
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The Lost Thing review – opera/dance translation loses picture-book verve
Linbury theatre, LondonDisabled and able-bodied performers collaborate in this welcome but slow adaptation of Shaun Tan’s story about a boy who befriends a strange creature The point about The Lost Thing is that it’s uncategorisable – which goes for this new stage work as much as the creature at the centre of its story. It’s an opera, or a musical, or a dance work harnessing the talents of the disabled and non-disabled dancers of Candoco and a small ensemble of similarly various musicians, in tandem with the Royal Opera. The source is Shaun Tan’s picture book about a boy who finds and looks after a strange creature – a timely choice for a family show, given that it is on some primary schools’ curriculum.But this welcome collaboration deserves something tighter and more dynamic than this version of Tan’s story. The video backdrop, by designer Will Holt and animator Douglas O’Connell, shares the ochre palette of Tan’s drawings but doesn’t directly reference them. Holt’s cityscape is more right-angled, more dystopian, and while Tan’s original Thing is like the love child of a giant crustacean and Henry the Hoover, here it is mossy green with orange-brown legs. It’s conjured up by between two and four dancers who intertwine to make something that breathes and writhes. Continue reading...
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Lice preserved in amber with damaged feather shows feathered dinosaurs were plagued by lice
Lice with teeth have been found on damaged dinosaur feathers trapped in 100 million-year-old amber, the earliest evidence yet of parasitic insects feeding on feathers.
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Boris Johnson is let loose in a 'Get Brexit Done' JCB and smashes through a wall marked 'gridlock'
Boris Johnson today signalled his intention to bulldoze his political opponents at the general election on Thursday as he drove a Brexit-themed JCB digger through a wall emblazoned with 'gridlock'.
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Man, 37, dies in hospital after fight at golf club
Police were called to Top Meadow Golf Club in Fen Lane, Upminster, east London at 10.50pm on Saturday, where a 37-year-old, who died in hospital yesterday, was being restrained.
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Meghan Markle's Deal or No Deal briefcase is headed for auction
Lot number 24 is expected to sell for up to $6,000
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'Cut after cut' leaves Scottish newspapers drastically weakened
They once dominated discourse but the Herald and Scotsman now struggle to hold power to accountTwo decades ago, they employed hundreds of staff and dominated the political cultures of Edinburgh and Glasgow. Now, with another independence referendum potentially on the horizon, the reporting capacity of two of Scotland’s key newspaper titles is so diminished they are struggling to hold government and institutions to account, according to industry veterans, as the Herald plans further dramatic cuts and the Scotsman struggles to find a buyer.Staff at Newsquest, which owns the Herald and Scotland’s only pro-independence daily, the National, have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action, with a meeting on Wednesday between the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) and management expected to decide the next steps. On Tuesday morning, colleagues heaped praise on a number of the Herald’s senior reporting staff as they announced they were taking voluntary redundancy. The Scottish Labour leader, Richard Leonard, tweeted: “Journalism in Scotland and across the UK has faced cut after cut after cut. We can’t go on like this.” Continue reading...
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Two terrorists face prison after spreading sermons from jailed Islamist preacher
Mohammed Kamali, 31, and Mohammed Abdul Ahad, 38, published sermons given by notorious terror recruiter Sheikh Abdullah el-Faisal, the Old Bailey in London heard.
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Best travel gift cards this Christmas for someone who loves exploring the world
Best travel gift cards which could make the ideal present this Christmas for someone who loves exploring the world
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'Silent order forced me to shoot two brothers dead while they were trapped in my boot'
Brandon Hutchinson shot brothers, Ronald and Brian Yates, in the head after driving them to a secluded spot
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Lorraine Kelly is accused of laughing at mental health issues after she criticised 'ridiculous' ASMR
The TV presenter, 60, mocked the technique, which many use to help ease anxieties. ASMR is a feeling of relaxation, characterised by a tingling sensation
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Chelsea vs Lille TV channel, live stream, kick-off time, team news and odds
The Blues cannot afford to slip up
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Fears for British couple who have vanished since New Zealand volcano eruption
Karl and Deb Rakos haven't been heard from since, and their family fear they may have been caught up in the disaster on White Island. 
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Nicole Scherzinger parties in Soho until 4.30am with rumoured boyfriend Thom Evans
Don't Cha wish you had a berocca...
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A Remington pop-up salon is in Manchester - and you can get your hair done for FREE
The global hair care brand has opened up in St Anne's Square, for one week only, and it looks amazing
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Boris Johnson smashes through the Brexit ‘gridlock’ riding a JCB ahead of speech WATCH
Boris Johnson stunned a crowd at a Staffordshire factory as he smashed through a make-shift "gridlock" riding in a JCB ahead of his election push speech.
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Residents urged to stay indoors after escaped lion mauls man to death
'Some parts of his body were scattered on the ground,' victim's brother tells local media
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Lloyds Bank to reopen compensation scheme for £245million fraud victims
Six people, including two former HBOS employees, were jailed in 2017 over a loan scam perpetrated from the Reading branch that saw dozens of small businesses conned into bankruptcy
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Children born from IVF using frozen embryos 'face more than DOUBLE the risk of getting cancer'
The Danish Cancer Society studied more than a million children born between 1996 and 2012 and found 0.4 per cent of those born from frozen embryos got cancer, up from 0.2 per cent average.
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EastEnders’ Jacqueline Jossa ‘shuns soap return to make millions’ after I’m A Celebrity victory
She's not coming back to Walford anytime soon.
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Mum-in-law slams GoFundMe benefits dad Ryan Rodgers for getting daughter pregnant 7 times in 7 years
Shelley Grattan hit back after her future son-in-law Ryan Rodgers, 26, and her daughter Jenny Grimes, 25, set up the GoFundMe page because they were struggling to feed their seven children.
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Apple Card Monthly Installments launches allowing users to finance an iPhone at 0% interest 
Apple's exclusive program lets Apple Card members finance the latest iPhone over a 24 month period at zero percent interest. Users can see how much has been paid in the Wallet app.
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Eddie Hearn suggests Anthony Joshua will face Kubrat Pulev for his next fight
A fight with Deontay Wilder is not on the horizon.
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Polish head teacher sacked after staging an active shooter drill without telling anyone it was fake
Men wearing camouflage suits and balaclavas stormed into a school in Barczewo with fake guns on November 14. The director of municipal education said: 'The children were terrified.'
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Good dog drags chair across the room and climbs up to be closer to owner while he works 
An adorable video shows a pooch rolling a chair closer to its owner as the man works diligently at the computer. It is unknown where the video was filmed but it does appear to be in the US.
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Maybe Boris Johnson can ignore a child on the A&E floor – this is my reality
Hospitals up and down the country are making do with what we’ve got under relentless circumstances.
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Ant McPartlin becomes instantly besotted with dog that looks like his beloved Hurley
The I'm A Celebrity presenter got a lovely reminder of home during his time in Australia when he met a dog that reminded him of his much-loved pet
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