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David Beckham raising next generation of sports stars as he sneaks into Cruz’s £80 boxing lesson
Let's not get into a fight with Cruz, eh?
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Liam Gallagher thinks knife crime could be solved by magic mushrooms
An unusual suggestion, we would say...
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Borderlands 3’s first in-game event starting in October in time for Halloween
Borderlands 3 first in-game event is happening in the month of horrors so get ready for Bloody Harvest
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Brand new Frozen 2 trailer drops and the film just needs to be out already
We can't let go of how good it looks.
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Austerity, deregulation and privatisation caused Grenfell, says fire union
The Fire Brigades Union has said the government bears ultimate responsibility for the tragedy that killed 72 people.
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Car 'deliberately driven into pedestrians' outside London station, police say
A car was deliberately driven into pedestrians in north London, injuring one, police believe.
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KSI slams ‘unfair’ decision not to hold UK press conference ahead of Logan Paul rematch
KSI said it was a 'shame' and 'unfair'.
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David Beckham launches British Fashion Council’s fashion studio apprenticeship scheme
Fendi-t like Beckham.
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Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Pritchard is ‘highest paid pro dancer’
The judges get even more.
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Alleged killer ‘stabbed boy, 16, hours after murdering man with same knife’
'In a short but deadly assault in the doorway of a pub he stabbed him repeatedly using a large kitchen knife.'
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Greta Thunberg tells UN climate summit: ‘You stole my childhood’
‘You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words.'
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FIFA The Best Awards Player of the Year nominees: Every candidate up for coveted award profiled
Virgil van Dijk is competing against legendary duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the title of being best in the world
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Stena Impero: British tanker seized by Iranian forces released
A British tanker seized by Iranian forces has been released, two months after it was seized.
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Iran finally frees British Stena Impero oil tanker nine weeks after capture
IRAN has finally released the British-flagged Stena Impero nine weeks after its capture.
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Greta Thunberg nearly cries as she calls out UN leaders for stealing her future
Environment activist Greta Thunberg furiously broke down in tears while speaking at the U.N. Climate summit in NY on Monday, calling out leaders for stealing her generation's future.
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Man who invented ShagAtUni.com now sells rechargeable sex toys
‘My promise is to be unapologetic for promoting masturbation.'
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Dear Coleen: My wife is always out and I’m worried she’s bored of me
I've been with her for 20 years but now I'm starting to worry she's having an affair
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Love Island’s Greg O’Shea reveals he’s ‘boring old fart’ as he saved £25,000 prize
Greg revealed he kept his prize fund in an English bank account, waiting for the conversion rate to improve.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visit Cape Town's poignant District 6 Museum
Harry and Meghan have arrived at the District 6 museum in Cape Town, South Africa - which honours thousands of families forcibly removed from the area during the apartheid.
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Solskjær’s rebuild talk cannot mask Manchester United’s sense of drift
The manager’s honeymoon period is over and the defeat at West Ham demonstrated their lack of high-grade options againIt was a soundbite from Ole Gunnar Solskjær designed to cut through the hysteria that always accompanies a bad Manchester United defeat and, make no mistake, Sunday’s 2-0 reverse at West Ham was as bad as anything on the manager’s nine-month watch – with the exception of the 4-0 drubbing at Everton last April.“I’ve said it many times, this is a rebuilding job and the boys are working as hard as they can,” Solskjær said. Continue reading...
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Italian hunter killed his father thinking he was wild boar, say police
Son, aged 34, charged with manslaughter after Martino Gaudioso shot dead, officers sayA 55-year-old man was killed by his adult son during a hunting expedition in southern Italy after being mistaken for a wild boar, police have said.Martino Gaudioso was said to have been shot dead by his son, aged 34, during a wild boar hunt in a densely wooded area of the Alburni mountains, near Salerno in Campania, on Saturday afternoon. The men were in an area that is off-limits to hunters. Continue reading...
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Creepy Alexa-style bot will let you talk to friends and relatives after they die
The AI bot will respond to your questions as if the person was still alive
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Meghan Markle's inspiring speech to girls affected by gender violence
The Duchess of Sussex had an empowering message for schoolgirls she met on her Royal Tour of South Africa with Prince Harry
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Ofcom investigates CGTN over coverage of Hong Kong protests
UK regulator to look at whether Chinese state-backed channel broke impartiality rulesThe Chinese state-backed news channel CGTN is under investigation by the British media regulator over claims its coverage of protests in Hong Kong breached broadcasting rules.Ofcom announced on Monday that it was looking at whether the station “broke our rules requiring news to be presented with due impartiality” on four occasions in August and September while covering anti-government demonstrations in the city, which has seen millions of people take to the streets. Continue reading...
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Nike agree bumper Liverpool kit deal which could make Reds England's richest club
New Balance have sponsored the club for the last four seasons but Nike look set to take over from the start of the next campaign
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Vikings star Katheryn Winnick shares incredible glow up over the years
The actress has thanked her fans for all of their support.
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Meghan Markle confronted by harrowing sign from South Africa’s apartheid history
MEGHAN MARKLE is to be confronted by a shocking sign from South Africa’s dark days of apartheid on her first day of the royal tour with Prince Harry and baby Archie.
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Mrs Brown's Boys' Rory Cowan says he doesn't keep in touch with ex co-stars
The star said he wishes his former colleagues all the best but he does not socialise with the actors
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Airlines accused of increasing prices after Thomas Cook goes bust
Customers have accused other airlines and travel agents of jacking up prices after Thomas Cook collapsed
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Hollywood has been failing Jennifer Lopez for decades – Hustlers proves it
Her few outstanding roles have been buried in a sea of dross, such as Gigli and Maid in Manhattan. Could she finally be in with a chance of an Oscar?“This whole country is a strip club. You got people tossing the money and people doing the dance.” So proclaims Jennifer Lopez’s wily stripper turned con artist, Ramona, in Hustlers, which raked in $33.2m (£26.6m) in the US on its opening weekend, making it J-Lo’s biggest opening weekend for a live-action movie.Hustlers is a pretty decent film about a pretty indecent proposal – namely that Ramona and her colleague, Destiny (Constance Wu), drug and steal from their moneyed clients in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Continue reading...
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Is this the worst guide to impressing your colleagues ever written?
Five Ways to Impress on Your First Day suggested following the most popular person around the office and buying everybody lunch. But was the backlash justified?Name: Five Ways to Impress on Your First Day.Age: Very short-lived. Continue reading...
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Horrifying moment female British hit-and-run 'drink-driver' smashes into the back of a cyclist
Shock footage, filmed by a motorist, shows a farm worker, 33, being knocked into the air by a driver who was reportedly drunk before she accelerates without stopping in south-east Spain.
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Police cut apart Extinction Rebellion boat at Washington DC climate protest
The massive demonstration in US capital was timed to coincide with a UN climate summit in New York.
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World Reflexology Week: Debunking myths around the pressure practice
Can your feet give clues to the rest of your body?
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Cadbury's chocolate orange Twirl launches in shops today for 65p
Chocolate orange Twirls are here - and we can confirm, they taste just as good as we dreamed
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TV duo pay gaps uncovered - and how Holly Willoughby turned it all around
From This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan - here's what both halves of the most popular star pairings really earn
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Girls Aloud's Nicola Roberts sends fans into meltdown with naked picture
Nicola, 33, took to her social media to share a painting of a stunning redhead that looked exactly like her
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Fairport Convention: amplified folk - archive, 23 September 1969
23 September 1969 Amplified, but intricate, fiddle-playing against the sheer guts of electric guitar is English folk music for the 1970sAt the bottom of a bank of amplifiers are scattered – of all things – a pile of faded ballad sheets. Elderly locals drift from the bar into the pub back room where the rehearsal is taking place. Guitarist Simon Nicol launches into the simple, robust tune of The Deserter. In come drums, the amps start booming out fiddle and bass, and singer Sandy Denny is retelling the old, old story of the young man walking through Stepney who has too many drinks with the recruiting party, finds he has enlisted, deserts and is recaptured: “the guns were presented, a cruel sight to see, for now the Queen’s duties lie heavy on me…” Related: John Harris on the story of Fairport Convention's Liege and Lief Continue reading...
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Cats bond with owners and are not as aloof as they seem, study shows
Dog owners – and some other scientists – are not so convinced by US study’s conclusionsCats may sometimes seem aloof, contrary and utterly nonplussed by humans, but it turns out that might not be the full story.Researchers say they have found that, like children and dogs, cats form emotional attachments to their caregivers including something known as “secure attachment” – a situation in which the presence of a caregiver helps them to feel secure, calm, safe and comfortable enough to explore their environment. Continue reading...
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Russian Navy boat sunk by WALRUS after getting close to female's cub during Arctic expedition
The Northern Fleet, alongside the Russian Geographical Society, were sailing off Franz Josef Land on the Altai tug vessel but using smaller dinghies to go ashore.
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Reports of shots fired during cash-in-transit robbery in Salford
The masked gang attacked a G4S van as it arrived at Barclays Bank on Liverpool Road, Irlam
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