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Ronettes’ Darlene Love, singer behind Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) ‘snubbed’ for younger stars to sing HER song: ‘I’m still alive’
'Show me some respect!’
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Scrub antisemitism out of Labour? Corbyn won't even clean his own house
Perhaps the leader’s wife Laura Alvarez should take over the housekeeping in the party, tooJust two hours before Jeremy Corbyn’s ITV interview with Julie Etchingham aired, it emerged Boris Johnson wouldn’t be doing his version of it after all. But of course. After this election, will any politician risk doing the right thing as far as scrutiny is concerned? Another short-term win for Johnson, where we all end up the losers in the end.“Just who is Jeremy Corbyn?” wondered the ITV programme’s opening question. “He’s just the sort of guy who likes to hang out on his allotment,” said the first commentator, “watch a film and talk about football.” Is he? When GQ asked him for his favourite film two years ago, Corbyn sighed. “I’m not a great cinema attender.” Last film he saw? “I haven’t been to the cinema in ages.” Fair to say he wasn’t a film fan, wondered the mag? “I mean, I don’t mind the cinema …” Continue reading...
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Bolivia: 'overwhelming evidence' of vote rigging in favor of Morales, OAS says
Regional body describes ‘malicious’ steps to rig October election in report, including use of a hidden computer serverThe Organization of American States (OAS) has described “deliberate” and “malicious” steps to rig Bolivia’s October election in favor of the then president, Evo Morales, who was forced to resign amid widespread protests in the Andean nation.A nearly 100-page report by the OAS described several violations, including the use of a hidden computer server designed to tilt the vote toward Morales. Continue reading...
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I’m A Celebrity’s Adele Roberts makes incredibly kind Caitlyn Jenner gesture in axed scene
Sadly we didn't get to see it.
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State of the Union: How Wales could swing the election
During this election I have travelled to all corners of the United Kingdom to assess the state of the Union.
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Medal-winning sprint cyclist Vicky Williamson switches to bobsleigh
• Williamson has trained with GB bobsleigh team• Cyclist won bronze medal at 2013 world championshipsVicky Williamson is to switch from cycling to bobsleigh, having completed a successful training camp with the GB bobsleigh team.Williamson won a world championship bronze medal in the team sprint in 2013 alongside Becky James and has been a member of the Great Britain Cycling team since 2010. She won two junior world championship medals and an elite world championship medal, World Cup medals and a World Cup leaders jersey. Continue reading...
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How much weight have the I’m A Celebrity stars lost in the jungle?
It's not just the numbers in camp that are shrinking.
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Boris Johnson savagely called out by Andrew Neil for avoiding ‘questions of trust’
The BBC One journalist ripped into the Prime Minister with a piece to camera at the end of his show.
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Marco Silva's exit means all eyes turn to Marcel Brands and Farhad Moshiri at Everton
Marco Silva has been sacked by Everton with the Toffees in the relegation zone after a dismal start to the Premier League season; now all eyes are on Farhad Moshiri and Marcel Brands
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James Argent hospitalised over fears he suffered second drug overdose in two months
James Argent was admitted to hospital on Wednesday after worried friends feared he had suffered a drug overdose.
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Just a fantastic bit of good old fashioned Mancunian retribution (extreme sarcasm)
'Well, if you can't move it, just paint around it...'
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Freddie Ljungberg explains why he has axed Shkodran Mustafi from Arsenal squad
The German played against Norwich but is not even on the bench against Brighton.
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BBC's Andrew Neil savages Boris Johnson in bombshell 'empty chair' TV moment
The BBC rottweiler tore through a list of questions he wanted to ask the Tory leader - but couldn't because he won't sit down for an interview
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Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price: no-deal Brexit would ‘rip the heart out of the Welsh economy’
Joining us in Cardiff Bay is Adam Price, the leader of Plaid Cymru.
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Angry Northern commuters protest outside Victoria station
Angry Northern commuters protest outside Victoria station
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Six-year-old girl who survived brain tumour knocks Stormzy off top spot in Amazon download chart
Six-year-old Lyra Cole, of Somerset, had emergency surgery at five months old to remove a tumour the 'size of an orange'. She has covered When A Child is Born to raise money for Brain Tumour Research.
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The election battle for Wales
Of the seats being contested in this general election, 40 are in here in Wales. There's potential for all of the main UK parties - as well as Plaid Cymru - to make gains.
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Concerns for James Argent as he's 'rushed to hospital over fears of second drug overdose'
Troubled reality TV star Arg has reportedly been rushed to hospital over fears he's suffered a second drug overdose in just two months
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Science Museum 'hiding dirty money' over £2m Sackler donation
Funds intended for specific project will instead be spread across Science Museum’s workThe Science Museum has been accused of trying to “quietly hide away dirty money” after it agreed to a request by the Dr Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation to repurpose a £2m donation earmarked for a prominent new gallery.The donation, which was meant to fund the Medicine: the Wellcome Galleries collection – dedicated to thousands of medical artefacts, including the world’s first MRI scanner– was removed from the project earlier this year as the Sacklers’ philanthropic donations came under increased scrutiny. Continue reading...
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Lionel Messi name-drops Liverpool's Sadio Mane as he makes Ballon d'Or admission
Barcelona legend Lionel Messi won his sixth Ballon d'Or on Tuesday, beating Champions League winner and Liverpool centre-back Virgil van Dijk to the top prize in Paris
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Donald Trump makes one final attempt to keep his tax returns secret
Trump's years-long battle to keep his financials records from being made public now rests solely with the Supreme Court.
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Jo Swinson: ‘Breaking up is hard to do’
The Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has been campaigning in Scotland today, warning of the threat of a second referendum on Scottish independence.
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Everton sack Marco Silva after Merseyside derby thrashing with David Moyes favourite to return
Marco Silva has been sacked as manager of Everton after 18 months in charge, with David Moyes strongly linked with a return to his former club.
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'Empty chair' moment as Andrew Neil directly challenges Boris Johnson to interview
Andrew Neil has delivered a direct interview challenge to Boris Johnson, saying it's "not too late" for him to sit down for an interview with him before next week's election.
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Laura Anderson and Chloe Sims bring reality star glamour to Pride of Sport
A host of TOWIE and Love Island stars headed to the Daily Mirror's annual awards ceremony at London's Grosvenor House Hotel
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England adoption rates fall as numbers of children in care rise
Figures prompt call for better recruitment, training and support of adoptersThe number of adoptions in England has fallen by a third in the last four years, against a backdrop of increasing numbers of children in care, according to official statistics.The number of children leaving care because of adoption fell by 7% in the last year alone, continuing a sharp downward trend since 2015. Continue reading...
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Thomas Cook collapse: Refunds delayed for 50,000 disappointed travellers
One-third of customers whose holidays were cancelled have not got their money back within the promised timescale
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Live updates as M60 crash causes major delays with 'multiple vehicles stranded'
Highways England says three lanes are shut on the M60
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'The theme is trust': Andrew Neil tells Boris Johnson he has 'oven-ready' interview in attack on PM for dodging scrutiny
Prime minister would have faced grilling on trust, the NHS and social care, says veteran broadcaster
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'Have you been on the M25 lately?!' Farage hits back at Andrew Neil's immigration attack
BREXIT PARTY leader Nigel Farage hit back at BBC presenter Andrew Neil in a brutal clash over immigration in the UK during a tense interview.
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Two-thirds of public willing to pay more tax to fund social care
It is something that will inevitably affect all of us one way or another - social care. According to Age UK - already 1.4 million people are not receiving the care they need, while others face catastrophic costs. 
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Labour complains to BBC chief over 'slanted and biased' election coverage
The party has escalated its ongoing complaint about coverage to Director General Tony Hall - following what they say are decisions which allow Boris Johnson to "pick and choose" his coverage
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Spitfire soars back home after spending months flying 27,000 miles around entire globe
Pilots Steve Brooks and Matt Jones took four months to circumnavigated the world and returned to the UK by flying over Dover's iconic White Cliffs
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News UK said to be mulling talkRadio rebrand as Times Radio
Station staff aware of imminent relaunch but parent company has not confirmed detailsThe Times is looking to expand further into radio amid speculation that parent company News UK is considering rebranding its talkRadio station as Times Radio in the new year.Staff at the station have been discussing the potential relaunch in recent weeks, with the speculation over potential high-profile departures increasing after existing talkRadio presenter Matthew Wright publicly cast doubt over his future at the station. Continue reading...
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Nicola Jennings on Tory tax cuts and homelessness – cartoon
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Court of Appeal overturns convictions 47 years after four men jailed
Nearly 50 years after being found guilty of stealing handbags at a London tube station - three men had their names cleared today at the Old Bailey.
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Man City U21s draw Scunthrope United in EFL Trophy
Manchester City U21s have discovered who they will face in the next round of the Leasing.com trophy after defeating Shrewsbury.
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Nigel Farage suggests he would challenge Trump over NHS drug prices under a post-Brexit trade deal
The Brexit Party leader made the claim as he sat down for a prime-time television grilling with the BBC's Andrew Neil on a day of drama that sawe four of his MEPs dramatically quit.
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Pedophile who molested granddaughter will suffer extreme pain in prison after his vital meds were banned
John Knott Jr tried to argue that his diabetes means sentencing him to jail time amounted to cruel and unusual punishment - but a judge disagreed
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Trade sanctions are Trump’s weapon of choice in a dangerous new world conflict | Simon Jenkins
If war’s purpose is to devastate territory and put people under duress, it can now be waged from offices around the worldIs this the new war? After hot war and cold war comes trade war, Trump-style. The latest battle seems to merely pit scotch against bourbon and camembert against Google, but the US’s argument with the outside world is escalating, and it is no joke.Donald Trump came to power with a somewhat admirable aversion to overseas military intervention (while maintaining willingness to drop bombs on foreign soil). He saw no gain in his soldiers dying in other people’s wars. To him, foreign policy was transactional. You scratch my back, I scratch yours – and to hell with globalisation and new world orders. He said before his election that The US was “the big, stupid bully and we were systematically ripped off by everybody”, and expressed his desire for tariffs. Continue reading...
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Farage reveals he's voting for BORIS! Anyone but Corbyn, warns Brexit Party chief
BBC's Andrew Neil grilled Nigel Farage over who he will vote for in the December 12 election as he said it won't be Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Mr Farage said he is sure Boris Johnson will win a majority.
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Everton sack Marco Silva with club in Premier League relegation zone
• David Moyes lined up for return to Goodison Park• Defeat at Liverpool ends Silva’s reign after 18 monthsMarco Silva has been sacked as Everton manager after 18 months with the club in the Premier League relegation zone. David Moyes is understood to be a frontrunner to succeed Silva on an interim basis at Goodison Park, having had a successful spell there himself from 2002-13. Related: For Liverpool, rivalry with Everton is matter of history not current concern | Jonathan Liew Continue reading...
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Planes, trains, schools and hospitals brought to a standstill in nationwide French strike
Angry workers have clashed with police on the streets of Paris tonight. Authorities have barricaded the presidential palace, the Eiffel Tower is shut and planes and trains, including the Eurostar, have been disrupted as more than 180,000 union members in 30 French cities take part in a national strike.
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Arsenal v Brighton: Premier League – live!
Premier League updates from the 8.15pm GMT kick-offSheffield United v Newcastle – follow with our match centreEni Aluko: Arsenal need a legend and his name is Patrick VieiraAnd you can email Paul here or tweet him here 7.29pm GMT Ljungberg has made three changes to the lineup that started at Carrow Road, with Mustafi jilted to enable Sokratis to return. Bellerin comes in at right-back. Still no place for Pepe, though. Arsenal: Leno; Bellerin, Sokratis, David Luiz, Kolasinac; Willock, Xhaka, Torreira; Ozil; Aubameyang, Lacazette 6.12pm GMT Arsenal have two of the best strikers around - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. Their highest paid player is a creative midfielder. And in the summer they spent a record fee on an exciting forward. So it has taken extraordinary incompetence for them to reach the 14-game mark with a negative goal difference. And that’s just one reason why Unai Emery got the boot. Yes, Arsenal are, in the throes of a crisis. They are desperately seeking a full-time manager and a coherent way of playing. And, er, they are four points and six places above Brighton, who are so happy with their gaffer that they’ve just handed him a six-year contract extension without being asked. The thing is, Graham Potter has given Brighton a sense of direction even if results have yet to live up to the promise shown. He has generated belief. Arsenal, alas, remain a club riddled with doubts, possibly even despair, at least for some. Temporary boss Freddie Ljungberg didn’t do a heck of a lot to change that in his first match in charge even if there were brief spells of encouragement during the draw at Norwich. Let’s see if the visit of Brighton to the Emirates bring any more cheer to Arsenal fans, and justifies the Seagulls’ faith in Potter. Continue reading...
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Corbyn pledges to keep class sizes below 30 pupils
The Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn is holding a rally in Brimingham tonight. Our political correspondent Liz Bates is there.
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