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What is a hung parliament and will it mean a coalition government?
Labour surge in polls means outcome of historic general election remains up for grabs
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Hollyoaks spoilers: Shock passion for James Nightingale and Liam Donovan as they share a steamy kiss
With the chemistry between them simply too hot to handle, Liam and James gave into their desires.
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Murdered toddler’s brain had to be partially-removed after she was battered for picking at her food
Arabella Parker's alleged killer Jahrid Harris appeared in court Thursday
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Ex-beauty queen and Liverpool FC WAG found guilty of funding terrorism
Amaani Noor married an Islamist fighter online and planned to join him in Syria
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Kim Kardashian walks on thin ice with Khloe as family rivalries are laid bare
A clip of the family's show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, sees Kim slam Khloe's style as the latter brands half-sister Kendall a 'gazelle'
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Probe launched in handling of London Bridge attacker Usman Khan's prison release
The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) had already begun an investigation into the fatal shooting of Khan by Metropolitan and City of London Police officers, which is standard for such incidents
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Crystal Palace won’t sanction Wilfried Zaha transfer to Chelsea unless £80m fee agreed
Will Chelsea meet the asking price?
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Election ‘Youthquake’ as students queue in pouring rain to vote
People have reported waiting in the ‘longest queues ever’ as voters turned out in their millions.
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Election 2019: UK voters head to the polls
Polling stations close at 10 tonight and most of the declarations will start pouring out in the early hours of the morning. But with today’s general election being the third one in the last five years, some of the constituencies that want to be the first to declare are pretty well-practised. This time round, voters…
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Karen Gillan wishes to ‘redo’ her acting in Doctor Who series five: ‘I was a wee child’
Karen wasn't the biggest fan of her performance.
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Woman, 18, knocked unconscious by thugs in shocking homophobic attack
Teenager Ekaterina Lysykh was battered in a terrifying attack by a group of men who demanded to know if she and her friends were lesbians in St Petersburg, Russia
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Fikayo Tomori: Chelsea defender signs new long-term contract
Fikayo Tomori has signed a new long-term contract at Chelsea.
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Diane Abbott sparks confusion as she wears mismatched shoes on election day
DIANE Abbott was photographed wearing odd shoes in posed-for pictures with Labour supporters as Britons took to the polls.
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Manchester United fans excited to see James Garner vs AZ Alkmaar
Man United need to avoid defeat to ensure they top Group L in their final Europa League outing.
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Russia's only aircraft carrier catches on fire injuring 11 people
Russia's only aircraft carrier has suffered a massive fire that injured 11 people and significantly damaged the ill-fated ship, which has been haunted by incidents throughout its service.
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The children who robbed a Salford shop with a hunting knife and a pellet gun... a worker thought his 'time had come'
'This was a well-organised, even professional-looking robbery," a judge told the teenagers
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Marouane Fellaini rules out Tottenham move, and Jose Mourinho reunion, in January
Marouane Fellaini has ruled out a January move to Tottenham following transfer links with Jose Mourinho.
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George Soros hedge fund makes £16m bet against Daily Mail owner shares
SFM UK Management took out a short position representing 0.9% of the shares of DMGTThe hedge fund owned by the billionaire investor and anti-Brexit donor George Soros has made a £16m bet against shares in the owner of the Daily Mail newspaper.SFM UK Management, the London arm of the New York-based Soros Fund Management, this week took out a short position representing 0.9% of the shares of Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT), according to filings to the Financial Conduct Authority published on Thursday. Continue reading...
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Human remains found three days after Chilean military plane vanishes
Human remains have been found three days after a military plane disappeared with 38 people on board, Chile's Air force has confirmed.
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Carlo Ancelotti joins London-based agency amid Arsenal job link
Former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti continues to be linked with a move to Arsenal while Everton also have the sacked Napoli manager on their radar to replace Marco Silva
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Emma Barton and Anton Du Beke are 'more likely than ever' to win Strictly
Anton Du Beke has never won the BBC dance show despite being on it since the first series in 2004 but that could change this weekend
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Man Utd vs AZ Alkmaar team news: Starting lineups confirmed - Garner and Matic start; Laird on the bench
Manchester United lineup: Romero; Young, Tuanzebe, Maguire, Williams; Matic, Garner; Martial, Pereira, Mata; Greenwood
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Nathan Ake loves life at ‘chilled’ Bournemouth but leaves door open to Chelsea return
'We will see what happens.'
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UK weather forecast: Snow and high winds to blast Britain during unsettled period
Parts of the country could be hit with snow falling on lower ground bringing some travel disruption - while elsewhere could see gale force winds
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Manchester United line up vs AZ Alkmaar includes Greenwood, Garner and Williams
Man Utd's team vs AZ Alkmaar has been confirmed ahead of the 8pm kick-off at Old Trafford.
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Judge makes preliminary ruling in Carole Cadwalladr libel case
Arron Banks, who funded Leave.EU campaign, has brought defamation action against journalistA judge has issued a preliminary ruling in a libel action against the investigative journalist Carole Cadwalladr and warned that broadcasts and public speeches should not be interpreted as though they were formal written texts.Cadwalladr has won a series of prestigious journalism prizes for her work published in the Guardian and Observer exposing the Cambridge Analytica data-harvesting scandal and spending by pro-Brexit campaigners in the EU referendum. Continue reading...
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Lloyd's of London issues trans and non-binary inclusion guide in bid to modernise its culture
333-year-old insurance market publishes advice to staff
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First look at chilling trailer of Ted Bundy documentary as victim-survivors speak out for the first time
It really will give you goosebumps.
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Donald Trump is showing White House visitors where Monica Lewinsky gave Bill Clinton blowjob
The current president is so relaxed about his own impeachment that he is cracking jokes about the dalliances that saw his predecessor Bill Clinton impeached
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Liverpool vs Watford: Premier League 2019/20 prediction, tickets, team news, TV live stream, H2H, odds preview
It is top against bottom in the Premier League at Saturday lunchtime as Liverpool host Watford at Anfield.
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Ian Wright reacts in disbelief as he learns of Unai Emery's sacking from Alan Shearer
Ian Wright missed the original announcement that Unai Emery was sacked as Arsenal manager because he was in the I'm A Celebrity jungle
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The Earth was already 'stressed' before dinosaur extinction, fossil record reveals
'Understanding how our planet responded to past extreme warming and CO2 can help us prepare for changes due to human-caused climate change', scientists say
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Reese Witherspoon told to ‘dress sexy’ to land Elle Woods role in Legally Blonde
The actress had not even been considered for the role.
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Activists protest at ‘sidelining of social justice’ at UN climate talks
Campaigners frustrated at how women and indigenous people have struggled to have voices heardYouth climate activists have called for a global strike on Friday to protest that human rights and social justice have been sidelined at the UN climate talks in Madrid, where governments look set to wrap up two weeks of negotiations without a breakthrough on the pressing issue of greenhouse gas reduction.Campaigners have been frustrated not only at the slow progress of the talks but also that groups representing women, indigenous people and poor people have struggled to have their voices heard within the conference halls where the official negotiations are taking place, even while 500,000 people took part in a mass protest in the streets outside last Friday. Continue reading...
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The Guardian view on Myanmar and genocide: humanity on trial | Editorial
Criticism of Aung San Suu Kyi’s defence of her country must not overshadow the issue at the heart of the case at the international court of justice: the ongoing suffering of Rohingya MuslimsAung San Suu Kyi’s decision to personally defend Myanmar in the genocide case at the international court of justice this week has torn away any scant remaining shreds of moral credibility from the figure once lauded as a champion of democracy and the fight against oppression. Yet what is at stake is far more than one woman’s reputation.Nor is this even about the six military leaders – including the commander in chief – who UN-appointed investigators last year said should be prosecuted for the “gravest” crimes against civilians, including genocide. This is about the more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims from Rakhine state forced to flee to Bangladesh since late 2016, the 10,000 who UN investigators believe may have died in the crackdown, and the 600,000 still living in apartheid conditions, denied basic rights. Continue reading...
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Paul Routledge: Channel the youth anger by giving them the vote at 16
School pupils have been energised by the issue of global warming, but voting, rather than Extinction Rebellion, is where they should be allowed to direct their energy
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New Jersey officials investigate attack at Jewish grocery as antisemitic hate crime
Two killers who shot dead a detective and stormed a kosher market had apparently been followers of Black Hebrew IsraelitesAuthorities in New Jersey on Thursday announced they are investigating Tuesday’s killing of a police officer and an attack on a kosher supermarket, with three gunned down by a man and woman on a rampage, as an antisemitic hate crime.“I can confirm we are investigating this matter as potential acts of domestic terrorism, fueled by antisemitism and anti law enforcement beliefs,” New Jersey’s attorney general, Gurbir Grewal, said. Continue reading...
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Stormzy urges fans to vote for Labour and Jeremy Corbyn in impassioned video
Stormzy has urged his fans to vote for Labour and Jeremy Corbyn in an impassioned video to his Instagram followers.
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Caitlyn Jenner breaks down in tears on video call to Kendall after I'm A Celebrity snub
Emotional Caitlyn starts crying while speaking to daughter Kendall Jenner for the first time in weeks after her I'm A Celebrity exit on tonight's Coming Out Show
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Liam Gallagher is not a happy man as he’s cut off mid-song over noise curfew rules
You just don't cut the man off during Supersonic!
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The Guardian view on Christmas shopping: the season to be spendthrift? | Editorial
Retailers are struggling, and evidence suggests this is more about the rise of online shopping than proof that we have reached ‘peak stuff’Shops are struggling. The fortnight before Christmas, and the January sales that follow, will be even more crucial than usual this year to retailers hard-pressed by falling sales and online competition. Footfall in November was down 3.4% on the same month last year. Shopping centre investment in the UK has fallen by £5bn in six years, as a succession of household names have either gone bust, closed branches or negotiated rescue deals. In September, Marks & Spencer dropped out of the FTSE 100 for the first time since the index’s launch. Around 85,000 jobs have been lost in the past year (many of them by women). It appears likely that retail space across the UK will be converted to leisure and residential use on a large scale.Many shoppers (or would-be shoppers) are having a hard time too. Although wage growth is stronger than it was in 2017-18, the continuing squeeze on public sector pay, housing pressures, insecure work and benefit cuts mean that what is portrayed as a season of indulgence will be stressful and difficult for far too many. Being able to buy things over the Christmas and New Year period is important. Most people, whether or not they are Christian, want to be able to celebrate with friends and family over special meals and to give presents, especially to children. Continue reading...
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Staffordshire Police to be investigated over handling of London Bridge attacker Usman Khan
Staffordshire Police will be investigated for its role in the management of London Bridge attacker Usman Khan following his release from prison, the police watchdog has said.
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Police bullet fired at London Bridge terrorist may have ricocheted through entire top deck of bus, pictures suggest
Independent Office for Police Conduct confirm 'cause of the damage would be a line of enquiry for us'
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