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Meat-packing giant offers to store Covid vaccine in ultra-cold freezers
Smithfield Foods said it was ‘ready and willing to assist health agencies should storage capacity become constrained’
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Covid: No-lockdown Sweden to shut secondary schools for a month to combat second wave
‘There will be a day when things return to normal, but that day isn’t here yet,’ says prime minister
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Police: Nearly 30 found in Texas human smuggling operation
Police in Texas say more than two dozen people who were possibly being held as a part of a human smuggling operation have been removed from a house in Houston
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Strictly Come Dancing star Brendan Cole comes under fire for ‘dangerous’ face mask comments
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14 best Christmas puddings to suit every guest, from vegan to traditional
Whether you prefer them served with a big dollop of brandy butter or cream, these puds are real winners
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Arsenal players get ‘angry’ in clear-the-air talks before Tottenham clash
The exchange between players was said to be 'stormy' and 'intense'.
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Man City XI vs Fulham: Confirmed team news, predicted lineup, latest injuries for Premier League clash
Pep Guardiola had the luxury of resting several of his star names in midweek ahead of Saturday’s Premier League meeting with Fulham.
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Twin pygmy marmoset monkeys ‘the size of ping pong balls’ born in Chester zoo
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Bronx police shootout kills man wanted for shooting Massachusetts state trooper
Andre Sterling was shot and killed in the Bronx during a shootout with police in the early hours of Friday
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Paul Merson blasts ‘atrocious’ Arsenal duo Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Willian and makes Tottenham prediction
'They are doing absolutely nothing!'
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Robbie Savage's mum Val will miss the little things in the build up to Christmas
In this week's column Val, the 72-year-old mumof ex football hero and Mirror columnist Robbie Savage, is missing all the usual December festivities but knows it's for the best
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Liverpool Mayor arrested in probe into alleged bribery and witness intimidation
Joe Anderson was reportedly one of five men taken into custody by Merseyside Police in an investigation into building and development contracts in the city
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'Hollywood Conman Queen' faces extradition over £1.5m star scam
Hargobind Tahilramani, 41, used a high-pitched voice and accents on the phone to scam hundreds of aspiring stars out of an estimated £1.5 million (US $2 million), Westminster Magistrates' Court heard.
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Judge orders jury to clear woman of murdering Emily Jones in Bolton
Eltiona Skana, who has history of violence and mental health problems, to be sentenced for manslaughter of seven-year-oldA woman with a history of violence and mental health problems who confessed to killing seven-year-old Emily Jones, has been cleared of murder.Eltiona Skana, 30, admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility but was on trial in the crown court in Manchester after pleading not guilty to murder. Continue reading...
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Women gangsters caught on camera meeting in prison car park while holding baby
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Best Xbox Series X accessories - must-have additions for your new console
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Chinese spacecraft leaves the Moon carrying pieces of lunar surface
A Chinese spacecraft has set off back from the Moon, carrying pieces of its surface.
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All League Two squad market values and where Bolton, Salford, and Bradford rank
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Windrush victims accuse Priti Patel of 'deeply insulting' behaviour
Home secretary tells Daily Mail those trying to stop deportation flight to Jamaica are ‘do-gooding celebrities’Priti Patel has been accused of “deeply insulting and patronising” behaviour by victims of the Windrush scandal after she branded those calling for deportation flights to be stopped as “do-gooding celebrities”.In a letter to the Home Office, prominent Windrush campaigners and support organisations said the home secretary’s remarks were “ill-judged and ill-informed” – and accused her of using their name to try to score political points. Continue reading...
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Manchester United fans told why club might sell Paul Pogba
Paul Pogba has struggled for form and fitness at the beginning of the 2020/21 campaign.
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Jack and the Beanstalk review – online panto is fee-fi-fo-fun
Available onlineAn irrepressible Iain Lauchlan leads a trip to Prickly Bottom, where songs, toilet humour and Joe Wicks gags aboundA good panto is for life, not just for Christmas. It’s two years since I took my daughters Aggie and Hilda to Hackney Empire’s Aladdin and they still sing the irresistible “panda-mime dance” as performed by a chorus line of pandas. This year, we’re trying something different: the Coventry Belgrade theatre’s Jack and the Beanstalk, written by and starring Iain Lauchlan, is one of several filmed pantomimes to be streamed during UK theatres’ winter of discontent. How successfully can the anarchic spirit of panto pandemonium be captured on screen?Seven-year-old Hilda fidgets next to me as the film opens in a glum, empty theatre with Lauchlan and his regular sidekick Craig Hollingsworth reflecting on the year that was and the cancellation of this year’s festive shows. Pantos can be full-throttle from the start, and their audiences bring on a headache before the show has even begun, so it’s disconcerting to sit in silence watching such a quiet, sombre scene. But wait, the pair suggest, couldn’t a digital production enable them to do all sorts of “whizzy things” and let their imagination run beyond the limits of the theatre? Continue reading...
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Villagers erect a roadside TOILET for Amazon lorry drivers
Villagers in Hoo, Kent, have been complaining for more than two years about HGV drivers visiting an Amazon warehouse and defecating next to their vehicles, leaving the mess for residents to clear up.
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Council won't appoint new prosecutor in Breonna Taylor case
A council of Kentucky prosecutors says it does not have the legal authority to appoint another special prosecutor in the police shooting of Breonna Taylor
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Hamilton "not great" after coronavirus forces him to miss first race in 13 years
Hamilton's Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has suggested his star driver is facing a race against time to be fit for the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after suffering mild symptoms
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Half of tech-obsessed Brits would buy new phone while waiting for device repair
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Swarovski heiress socialite is 'devastated' after her husband is jailed for eight years
Karl-Heinz Grasser, former Austrian finance minister, has been sentenced to eight years following the country's biggest corruption trial since World War II. His wife - Fiona Swarovski - is 'devastated.'
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Lily Allen showcases her gym-honed physique amid fitness journey dedication
Lily Allen has paraded her svelte figure after gym sessions left her looking more slender and healthy than ever
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German museum to restore WWII Enigma machine found on seabed
Desalination of code machine - which divers thought was ‘old typewriter’ - to take 12 monthsGerman divers who fished an Enigma encryption machine out of the Baltic Sea have handed their rare find over to a museum for restoration.The code machine – used by the Nazis to send coded messages during the second world war – was discovered last month by divers on assignment for the environmental group WWF. The group was searching for abandoned fishing nets in the Bay of Gelting in north-east Germany. Continue reading...
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Stephen Colbert on Trump's team: 'In awe at the sheer majesty of their stupidity'
Late-night hosts recap an unhinged Giuliani hearing to dispute the election and a super-group of former presidents in support of the Covid vaccine“During the last four years, we’ve occasionally talked about this administration — you know, when it was appropriate,” Colbert joked on Thursday’s Late Show. “But now that it’s about to be over, the president’s team is leaving it all out on the field after they burned down the stadium. Continue reading...
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Next Dragon Age 4 reveal planned for The Game Awards
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Italians decry Christmas Covid travel ban as 'slap in the face'
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Coroner records accidental death verdict after Somali refugee, 12, drowned in river
Shukri Yahye-Abdi drowned after getting into difficulties in the River Irwell in Bury, Greater Manchester, during a heatwave on June 27 last year.
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Ocasio-Cortez hits back at critics who pounced on $58 'Tax the Rich' sweatshirt
Congresswoman says price was appropriate because garment was made by unionised workers in America – unlike ‘Trump’s merch’Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had a swift response for conservatives criticizing her for selling a “Tax the Rich” sweatshirt for $58. The price was right, the leftwing New York Democrat said, because the campaign merchandise was made by unionised workers in the US rather than in China and unlike political wear sold by, for example, Donald Trump. Related: When Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez met Greta Thunberg: 'Hope is contagious' Continue reading...
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Driver is CLEARED of criminal charges after he 'set record' for John O'Groats to Land's End drive
Thomas Davies, 29, from Corwen in North Wales, was cleared of criminal charges at Truro Crown Court after boasting he drove between Land's End and John O'Groats in a record nine hours.
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Zendaya responds to Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield Spider-Man 3 return rumors
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NASA Astronauts grow radishes in SPACE for the first time aboard the International Space Station
NASA astronauts on the ISS have added a new food item to their menu - radishes. Astronauts grew 20 of the root vegetables for the first time in space using LED lights to stimulate growth.
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Calls for unpaid carers to be included on priority list for coronavirus vaccine
Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey says carers must not be ‘forgotten and ignored’
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Apple and Amazon reveal accessibility features for the vision-impaired
Amazon's new feature, called Show and Tell, helps vision-impaired people identify common household grocery items. Apple, meanwhile, has redesigned its dedicated accessibility site.
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Libyans sell catalytic converters to make money in hard times
Palladium has become a source of wealth for many families who consider protecting the environment a luxury in times of war and hunger
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No-deal Brexit: What are the odds Britain will leave EU without a trade agreement?
Business secretary Alok Sharma admits talks in ‘difficult phase’ as New Year’s Eve deadline looms
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Drug dealer jumped into river with £700 stash of cocaine and heroin to try and evade police
The video shows drug dealer Finn O'Neill, 23, legging it from police after they tracked him down dealing Class A drugs near the River Cam in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
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People could get 'immunity certificates' after coronavirus vaccine, SAGE says
SAGE sub-group NERVTAG said that most people who have been infected or vaccinated have antibodies that could prevent a second infection, and the UK could issue freedom passes.
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Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson is arrested alongside four others in building contracts probe 
The Mayor of Liverpool has been arrested in connection with bribery offences and witness intimidation.
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Danny Welbeck: 'It’s not great to dwell on the past. You’ve got to look forward'
The Brighton striker turned 30 in November and, after years beset by injury, is delighted just to be playing the game he loves“The new normal,” Danny Welbeck smiles as Brighton’s production manager makes some final adjustments to the Zoom video screen. Interviewing footballers remotely through a little rectangle: another of those subtle little reminders of the passing of time, of just how much has changed in the blink of an eye.Here is another: last week, Welbeck turned 30. At his best he was a vision: a streak of searing pace and a capsule of pure potential, a Premier League champion at 22. There was the big breakthrough at Manchester United, the backheel against Sweden at Euro 2012, the towering header against Real Madrid at the Bernabéu. In 2014 Arsène Wenger famously snapped him up on deadline day while in Rome meeting the Pope. How did that guy – Dat Guy – turn 30? Continue reading...
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