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Kris Jenner is giving out Botox gift cards as Christmas presents and we can’t deal
You could not get more Kris Jenner...
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Jersey City shooting: Jewish supermarket 'deliberately targeted' says mayor
At least one police officer is among the six killed after an attack on the store in Jersey, US, as cops waged an hour-long gunfight with two men armed with high-powered rifles
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Man Utd handed transfer boost as Burnley accept Dwight McNeil will leave
Sean Dyche admits talented young winger will outgrow Burnley when bigger clubs come calling for him, with Manchester United having monitored him closely this season
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Charity calls for next Government to save free TV Licences for over 75s
From June next year, the benefit will be restricted to over-75s who claim pension credit, with the BBC saying it cannot afford to take on the financial burden from the Government
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Worst high street retailers in the UK - as voted by you
Two of billionaire Mike Ashley's brands - HouseofFraser.co.uk and SportsDirect.com - also performed poorly for customer satisfaction, service and product availability
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Manchester United news and transfers LIVE Marcus Rashford and Saul Niguez latest
Follow throughout the day for the latest Man Utd transfer rumours, injury latest and breaking news.
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Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sent AZ Alkmaar selection message
Man Utd fans have a selection message for the final Europa League group game against AZ Alkmaar on Thursday
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Man City news and transfers LIVE Olmo latest plus Aguero, Stones and Silva injury updates
All the latest Manchester City transfer rumours, injury updates and breaking news ahead of Dinamo Zagreb clash.
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Britney Spears 'going to court to challenge lack of custody time with sons'
Britney Spears ex Kevin Federline has been given custody of their sons in a 70-30 split and Britney wants to challenge this in court
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Royal Christmas: The Queen’s shocking spending habits revealed after buying 620 Xmas gifts
THE QUEEN has one of the biggest Christmas gift lists in the UK which includes buying 620 gifts for her staff and family, it has been revealed.
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Man claims 'foul-mouthed' air steward 'punched him twice in the face' on flight
Muzafar Ahmed from Huddersfield, Yorkshire, also says his shirt was ripped as police investigate assault allegation following row over a plane seat on a flight from Islamabad to Manchester
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Liverpool's possible Champions League opponents in last 16 of competition
Reds could face Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid when draw for last 16 is made on Monday - or Jurgen Klopp could be destined for a reunion against his former club Borussia Dortmund
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Next Arsenal manager odds: Carlo Ancelotti runaway favourite for the job
Carlo Ancelotti has jumped to the front of the pack to become the next Arsenal manager.
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Bougainville referendum: region votes overwhelmingly for independence from Papua New Guinea
Jubilation at result but region faces long process ahead before it can become world’s newest nationThe autonomous region of Bougainville has voted overwhelmingly in favour of becoming independent from Papua New Guinea, paving the way for the group of islands to become the world’s newest nation.More than 180,000 people in Bougainville, a collection of islands flung 700km off the coast of Papua New Guinea in the Solomon Sea, participated in a referendum over the last few weeks that has been nearly 20 years in the making. Continue reading...
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Caitlyn Jenner I'm A Celeb snub row escalated after claim 'kids were too busy'
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Star Caitlyn Jenner's snub row has been escalated after it was claimed that the family were invited but were just 'too busy to come'
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Love Island’s Malin Andersson turns to police after receiving acid attack threats by online troll
The Love Island star revealed the scary ordeal on Instagram.
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UK weather forecast: Britons warned of wintry showers and ice after gale-force winds cause disruption
Britons have been warned of potentially dangerous conditions as wintry showers hit and patches of ice blanketed parts of the country overnight.
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Marcus Rashford names subtle change that's sparked Manchester United improvement
The Man United striker has been in stunning form for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side in the Premier League this season.
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Strictly Come Dancing's Craig Revel Horwood tips Kelvin Fletcher to win the final
Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher has wowed viewers with his routines alongside partner Oti Mabuse but will he take the Glitter Ball trophy home on Saturday night?
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Man Utd 'open door for Paul Pogba transfer' by eyeing two midfield additions
Manchester United are reportedly targeting Saul Niguez and Donny van de Beek as they prepare to sell club record signing Pogba
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Jacqueline Jossa says reuniting with her family is ‘better’ than winning I’m A Celebrity
She was crowned this year's queen of the jungle.
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Kid's nursery plans to remove all toys and fancy dress - and parents agree
The owner of Daisy Chains nursery in Prestatyn, North Wales has announced her plans to get rid of toys - and the move has been supported by the parents of the children
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Transfer news LIVE: Liverpool and Chelsea want Neymar, Man Utd ready to sell Paul Pogba
The January Transfer Window is fast approaching - we'll keep you abreast of all the latest news and rumours
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Man charged with murdering his mother after she dies in flat fire in north London
A man has been charged with murdering his mother after she died following a flat fire in north London.
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Anthony Joshua tells Deontay Wilder to get in touch if he’s serious about unification fight
Please, give us this fight!
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The empty doorway: Britain's homelessness crisis – podcast
A record number of homeless people died in 2018 and charities are warning this year could be worse. Simon Hattenstone and Daniel Lavelle have been delving behind the statistics into the lives of those sleeping rough. Also today: Haroon Siddique on how British Hindus are being targeted in this election Homeless people are dying on Britain’s streets in record numbers. It is a crisis that shows itself in towns and cities across the country and its causes and solutions are complex and varied. The Guardian’s Simon Hattenstone and Daniel Lavelle have been investigating homelessness for months and pieced together the lives of nine people who died this year. They tell Anushka Asthana that cuts to local services have hit hard and the problems of addiction, domestic abuse, mental health and family breakdown all intersect in ways that can overwhelm charities and support networks. Continue reading...
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Carlo Ancelotti discussed being next Arsenal manager when Unai Emery was sacked
Ancelotti is being linked with Arsenal after his sacking as Napoli boss - but less than two weeks ago he laughed off speculation he could join Gunners
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Juice Wrld’s music floods the charts after news of his death breaks
He died, aged, 21, following a seizure at Chicago airport.
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Graeme Souness doubts Carlo Ancelotti would want Arsenal job with damning assessment of club's demise
Carlo Ancelotti is among the favourites to succeed Unai Emery as Arsenal manager but, despite his sacking by Napoli on Tuesday night, Graeme Souness doubts the Italian would want the job.
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Philip McKeon dead: Child star on sitcom Alice dies aged 55
Philip McKeon has died after battling a long term illness leaving his family "beyond heartbroken and devastated". He started his career aged just four years old
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Half of young adults struggle to tell the time on a clockface with hands
It comes as a surprise even in the digital age - but just half of 18 to 24-year-olds can read a traditional wristwatch or clock without struggling.
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Mystery secret Santa brings Christmas cheer by leaving gifts around town
Residents in Sunny Hill, Derby, are left delighted after finding little presents dotted around parks and streets - but who is the person putting smiles on locals' faces?
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The cost of Christmas: Households will spend more than £500 on average this festive season
Around 20 per cent of all retail spending occurs in November and December and will add up to a mammoth £82billion, with festive food taking up the lion's share, figures reveal.
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Alice star Philip McKeon dies aged 55 following a long illness
He shot to fame on TV series Alice as a child
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Yes! Yes! Yes! Fifty Shades novels take top three slots in list of best books of the decade
The series, which was made into films and which charts the raunchy relationship between businessman Christian Grey and protagonist Anastasia Steele, sold 11.2million copies in total.
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PAUL THOMAS on... Boris scooping up votes
'Boris picked up some tips on how to get the Conservative vote out at JCB'
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Jerry Thompson tributes pour in after sudden death of young footballer
The Carrick Rangers ace was man of the match in last game he played, and the club described 24-year-old as 'larger than life character' who will be 'fondly remembered'
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Hanna Cormick: the performance artist who's allergic to the world
The actor and acrobat’s severe immunological conditions make it risky to share space with an audience. Bringing her new show to Sydney, the bushfire smoke presents another problemHanna Cormick is allergic to the industrialised world. When the Helsinki-born, Canberra-raised actor, acrobat and contortionist is exposed to everyday items such as plastic, pesticides, cigarettes, perfumes, some food odour or even the ink in a book, she is prone to not only hives, throat swelling and anaphylaxis but “very violent” seizures too.The seizures “look like I’ve lost consciousness and my whole body is jerking and moving about on its own”, she explains. They are caused by mast cell activation syndrome, an immunological condition that forces Cormick to spend most of her life in a sealed “safe” room in her mother’s Canberra house. Continue reading...
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Keeping Chelsea transfer target Nathan Ake at Bournemouth 'out of our control', admits Eddie Howe
Eddie Howe has admitted that keeping Nathan Ake at Bournemouth is 'out of our control' amid interest from Chelsea.
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Khloe Kardashian reveals exactly what happens to all the leftovers from her family’s huge parties
There's always SO much food.
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Brad Pitt addresses 'how many women he has dated' since Angelina Jolie split
Brad Pitt has finally spoken out about the rumours linking him to various women since the break-up of his marriage to Angelina Jolie and he has left no-one in doubt
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Ex-US Vice President Al Gore slams Brexit as 'the stupidest decision a country could have taken'
Former US Vice President Al Gore (pictured) has told a Spanish climate conference that Brexit is 'perhaps the stupidest decision' a country could have made.
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Madeleine McCann's parents tell how they miss 'holding her, hugging her, kissing her'
Three-year-old Madeleine McCann vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007 while her parents were dining in a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.
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Foreign experts quit Hong Kong police brutality inquiry over lack of powers
Panel recruited to ensure objectivity cite failure to agree formal process with police complaints commissionA panel of foreign experts overseeing an investigation into allegations of excessive force used by the Hong Kong police force has said it is stepping down, further calling into question the probe.For months anti-government protesters have been demanding an independent investigation into allegations of police brutality in response to the demonstrations. The government has repeatedly said an independent inquiry is unnecessary and that the existing police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC), should complete its review first. Continue reading...
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York dads' 'hair school' brings families closer
A group for dads in York is helping them to style their daughter's hair and make new friends.
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