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 'What a ridiculous thing': Boris Johnson hits out at Naga Munchetty'
Boris Johnson today branded Naga Munchetty's interview questions 'ridiculous' after the BBC Breakfast presenter quizzed him about whether he believes he's 'relatable'.
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Average commute now takes 59 minutes with workers travelling for longer than ever before
We're all spending longer getting to and from work
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Shedunnit – how Agatha Christie became cinema hot property
With his new film Knives Out, Rian Johnson has rescued the crime writer from cosy evening telly and recast her for the here and nowA housekeeper finds the body of her multimillionaire boss in the study, his throat slit, a knife having dripped blood all over the white sheepskin rug. “Shit!” she says. It was unlike Agatha Christie to open a novel with a swearword. But this is not one of her books. It’s the first line of Knives Out, the outrageously fun homage to the queen of crime from Rian Johnson, the director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Knives Out stars Daniel Craig as a hot Poirot, the world-famous Louisiana private detective Benoit Blanc, hired to investigate the death of bestselling crime writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer).The police believe the case is an open-and-shut suicide; Blanc thinks otherwise. “I suspect foul play,” he says with a hokey deep-fried southern drawl. Was Thrombey killed by a member of his own family? A loathsome bunch; any one of them could be the killer. Continue reading...
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Helen Mirren: 'I got the s*** for Michael Parkinson interview – he didn't'
Chat show host asked if her 'physical attributes' distracted from her acting ability
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I'm A Celebrity: Ian Wright and Jacqueline Jossa balance on a perilous platform for first challenge
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! stars are set to face the show's most terrifying challenge in history, as they balance on teetering platform at the very top of a 300ft tall skyscraper.
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Olivia Attwood’s reaction when Bradley Dack’s proposed couldn’t be any more relatable
'Are you sure?'
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Taylor Swift petition: 55,000 fans support star after claim she's 'not allowed' to perform her old songs at the AMAs
The star said her old record label has refused her permission to perform the tracks
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Wife’s hate campaign against in-laws after her husband was left out of will
On one occasion, she scratched their house with a key, smashed a wine bottle against their front door and yelled abuse at them from the street.
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Kanye West is spreading the gospel of white evangelicals | Malaika Jabali
Like other black conservatives, the rapper and designer downplays racism while promoting bootstrap virtue-signalingKanye West’s middle name, Omari, means “God is highest.” So it is fitting that the producer-rapper-designer has found himself spreading the gospel. While touring the country promoting his new album Jesus is King, West has professed commitment to his faith in what appears to be both a promotional and redemption tour. This weekend West will appear at the megachurch of the prosperity pastor Joel Osteen, who was caught in controversy for reportedly waiting days to open his church doors to Hurricane Harvey victims.Over the decades of Kanye West’s career, the multi-hyphenate artist has been many things. It was perhaps inevitable that this would create some contradictions. Recently, on Jimmy Kimmel Live, West lectured a Gucci-wearing black lottery winner about the importance of eschewing luxury consumer goods – even though West purchased his eldest daughter a $62,000 tiara when she was barely a year old. Continue reading...
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I believe black Americans face a genocide. This is why | Ben Crump
Consider the physical, financial, mental, even spiritual deaths inflicted on black AmericansIn the weeks since the release of my book, Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People, the question I’ve been asked most often is whether my use of the word genocide in the title was meant to be intentionally provocative, rather than reflective of reality.Surely, genocide is too strong a word for the maltreatment of black people in America, some interviewers have suggested. True genocide is something that happened in Nazi Germany, Armenia and Rwanda, not the United States of America. Continue reading...
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Google is getting into banking
There's nothing the tech giant won't try out
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Marzia Kjellberg admits hairdresser laughed at DIY cutting mishap after PewDiePie branded her a ‘Karen’
PewDiePie branded her a 'Karen' before comparing her to TWD's Daryl Dixon.
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Best Apple watch straps 2019
Make your watch stand out
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Raheem Sterling's Liverpool scars may never heal – but all he ever wanted was respect
The England talisman's outburst at Joe Gomez was evidently out of order, yet it was also symptomatic of deeper-seated tension between Sterling and his former club
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Aldi launch first ever Friends collection and it includes homeware and pyjamas
The new Friends range at supermarket Aldi is an absolute must for fans of the iconic 90s sitcom
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X Factor’s Kate Thornton fought for ‘unknown’ Simon Cowell to be on This Morning before show started
'They were saying, "But nobody knows who this guy is!"'
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What to do, see and eat in Tel Aviv
It's not just the nightlife — this city offers lessons in architecture, food and history, says Christopher Beanland
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Real Housewives' Camille Meyer claims ex Kelsey Grammer was 'drunk' at his mum's funeral
Camille, 51, said her ex was 'rewriting history' after he accused her of 'exploding with rage' at his mum's funeral
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Emmerdale spoilers: Charity Dingle clashes with Sarah Sugden and Chas again tonight
She's on a downward spiral.
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K-Pop' Jung Joon-young alleged rape scandal - seven years in prison recommended
South Korean musician Jung Joon-Young admitted to sharing hidden sex videos without women's consent
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Boris Johnson falsely claims there is no evidence of Russian interference in UK politics
Prime minister facing criticism for failure to publish parliamentary report on Russia
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Crouch Hill stabbing: Man fighting for life after being repeatedly knifed in north London street attack
A man is fighting for his life after being repeatedly stabbed in a street attack in north London.
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ATP Finals 2019 LIVE tennis results: Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas and the rest of today's schedule
Welcome to the Evening Standard's live coverage of the 2019 ATP Finals.
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Horse trainer, 55, hanged herself after son drowned in suicide
Faith Done, 55, was gripped with grief following the death of Alastair, 26, and had been struggling to cope. She was found dead by her husband in the hallway of her Cheshire home last May.
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Premier League 2019-20: team of the season so far
Liverpool’s full-backs, the beating hearts of Chelsea and Sheffield United and an evergreen striker make our leading XIThe biggest compliment that can be paid to the Leicester goalkeeper is that he has gone unnoticed this season. The 33-year-old has kept goal with quiet authority as Leicester’s defence has become the stingiest in the league, conceding only eight times. Ederson might have been a more obvious choice but the Brazilian has not been as assured for Manchester City this season. Schmeichel has been error-free and solid with his distribution. An honourable mention should go to Ben Foster who has made some wonderful stops while being overworked at Watford. Continue reading...
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Experience: I was arrested by a Swat team by mistake
The officer helped me into my underpants, handcuffed and at gunpointWe were a small group of actors, on our way to perform at a corporate press launch for a Fujitsu printer. I’d written something for them a year before in the style of It Ain’t Half Hot Mum – four actors camping it up as military officers – and they loved it. This time, they wanted me to ramp up the drama. On their advice, I rented two fake SA80 assault rifles, black balaclavas, full camo flak jackets and boots for the four of us. It was the late 90s – more innocent times, when it was easy enough to rent imitation firearms.I was 23 at the time. I’d been a successful child actor on television and then moved into corporate entertainment. I was full of confidence; this was just another gig. The client had booked us to stay overnight at the Danebury Arms in Andover, a military town in Hampshire. We decided to bring the guns in from the car as we were worried about theft. Continue reading...
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My life in sex: the man who can’t finish
I often lose my erection due to the stress of knowing I won’t orgasmI envy men who have premature ejaculation: at least they can finish. I’ve always had difficulty ejaculating during sex; when I lost my virginity, my partner didn’t believe it was my first time because I lasted so long. The problem has only got worse as I’ve got older, and these days, I often lose my erection after about 10 minutes due to the stress of knowing I won’t orgasm. In my whole life, I’ve only had sex five or six times without this being an issue. At 35, I discovered the term traumatic masturbatory syndrome online. I think this is at the root of my problems; my early experiments with masturbation may have reduced the nerve function in my penis. I also worry that my 5in penis is smaller than average. My first girlfriend told me it was inadequate, and in my 20s, another girlfriend laughed about it in front of several mutual friends at a party. Continue reading...
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eBay kicks off Black Friday 2019 deals with 20% off using this discount code
Online marketplace eBay has unveiled the first of its Black Friday 2019 discounts, with price cuts on top brands including PlayStation, Converse, Samsung and Apple - here are the best deals so far
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England: Who will make and miss out on Gareth Southgate's Euro 2020 squad?
A number of places in the Three Lions squad are still up for grabs as a youthful generation continue to impress
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Bradford Bulls under scrutiny over unregistered lottery scheme
• Club operated The Big One lottery without a legal licence• Bulls failed to submit paperwork for new licenceBradford are under scrutiny after it emerged the rugby league club operated a lottery scheme without a legal licence for almost two years.The Guardian has discovered how the Bulls, who were reformed in early 2017 after being placed into liquidation following a number of financial crises, failed to submit paperwork in relation to a new lottery licence for the new company when it was incorporated. Continue reading...
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Caryl Phillips: ‘The Famous Five were always having a better time than me’
The novelist and playwright on why he keeps a photo of Anne Frank above his desk and championing Jean RhysThe book I am currently readingAnother Day of Life by Ryszard Kapuściński. His work is fiction that sometimes reads like non-fiction and it’s non-fiction that sometimes reads like fiction.The book that changed my lifeNative Son by Richard Wright. I read it when I was 20. Nobody had ever given me a book written by anyone who looked like me. Some part of me didn’t think it was legitimate to think of myself as a writer. It’s not the best book I’ve ever read. It’s not my favourite. But it’s the old saying: “If you can’t see it, you can’t be it.” And I saw it for the first time that this was possible. Continue reading...
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John Lewis has apologised for its Christmas advert after it left children 'traumatised'
The retailer's festive advert featuring an excitable dragon called Edgar hasn't been a hit with everyone
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No special treatment for Behrouz Boochani, says New Zealand
The Kurdish Iranian asylum seeker arrived in Christchurch on Friday for a literary festivalNew Zealand’s immigration service has said the Kurdish Iranian asylum seeker and journalist Behrouz Boochani will not get special treatment if he overstays his visitor visa.Boochani arrived in Christchurch on Friday to attend a literary festival after leaving his Manus Island detention centre in Papua New Guinea on Wednesday. Continue reading...
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Sod the germs and the hairs, sleeping in the same bed as your pets is wonderful and heart-warming
I recently upgraded my bed to super-king size, to accommodate more comfortably my six-year-old daughter and my two cats
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I’m A Celebrity’s Christopher Biggins warned Kate Garraway not to go in the jungle
Well she clearly didn't listen.
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The Borough Market Kitchen: Everything you need to know about the new food court
In the late 90s, the historic wholesale market was invigorated into a mecca for artisan foods in the capital. Fast forward 20 years and Borough Market is not only a street food favourite, but has increasingly beckoned prominent London restaurateurs to open fully fledged dining hotspots on its peripheries.
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I'm a Celebrity 2019 line-up: Two more stars 'to enter' jungle alongside Adele Roberts and Caitlyn Jenner
Early contestant twist to rock ITV reality series
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Amanda Holden and Jamie Theakston want Ian Wright to win I’m A Celebrity and Caitlyn Jenner to be ‘mother figure’ of the camp
They've picked their King and Queen of the Jungle.
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Eminem breaks silence on leak of lyric siding with Chris Brown over Rihanna assault
'I'd beat a b**** down too' lyrics appeared online earlier this week
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Lewis Hamilton touched by Ron Dennis' congratulatory message
Hamilton has won five of his six titles with Mercedes, but he was afforded his big break in the sport by Dennis
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Hold your nose – Boris Johnson tries to speak the language of the internet | Joel Golby
Brace yourselves, voters. When the Actual Prime Minister appears in a Vogue web knock-off video, worse is to comeAh, I suppose this was always doomed to happen, wasn’t it. For years we’ve been training ourselves to speak the language of the internet until it became something close to our mother tongue, and all those basic little toddler sounds we used to make – All Your Base Are Belong To Us, longcat is long, Badger Badger Mushroom – are now a whole meme-as-language that worms through our brains like a parasite.So when Boris Johnson marches out of a fire escape in soft focus and gets interrogated sight unseen, then you know what it is, don’t you, it’s a knock-off of Vogue’s 73 Questions, but with the Actual Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in it instead of, say, Selena Gomez. Continue reading...
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Mitel & MLB Present London Series 2020: win a pair of tickets
13-14 June 2020, London Stadium, E20 2ST
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Mob shoves Hong Kong's justice secretary to floor in London street 'attack'
Video shows pro-democracy protesters swarming Hong Kong official Teresa Cheng as she is knocked to the floor, where she clutches her arm, in Holborn, central London
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My humiliating and degrading battle to claim disability benefits
Until it’s fixed, calling it Personal Independence Payment is ridiculous. They’re not helping you to be independent.
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BT Sport retain Champions League rights after rivals bids from ITV and Sky Sports
BT Sport has fought off competition from Sky Sports and ITV to retain the live rights for the Champions League.
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Talking Horses: Cheltenham drying out ahead of Saturday's big card
The Cheltenham track looks in sufficiently good shape to avoid Saturday’s card being called off on Friday afternoonThe sacred turf here at Cheltenham has been having a good, long drink. An area of surface water at the far end of the home straight, by the two-mile start, has completely drained away, giving sustenance to hopes that we may be able to have some actual racing here on Saturday and Sunday. Related: Legal team ‘optimistic’ for Kemboy despite owners being kicked out of racing Continue reading...
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Mohamed Salah injury concern for Liverpool with ankle problem return date unclear
Liverpool are facing an anxious wait to discover when Mohamed Salah will be fit to return from his ankle injury
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