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Jurgen Klopp expects to reap the benefits of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane's break from international duty when Liverpool resume their Premier League campaign against Newcastle United.
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STEPHEN GLOVER: Self-satisfied Jo Swinson was the head prefect who was too bossy to warm to 
STEPHEN GLOVER: Jo Swinson would have ignored the result of the 2016 EU referendum if she was Prime Minister. She is a head prefect who has a maddening sense of her own importance.
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Dominic Cummings savages remainers after election defeat - ‘F**ed it up even more’
DOMINIC CUMMINGS, Boris Johnson’s closest advisor, launched a furious attack on anti-Brexit activists following the Conservatives Party’s stunning electoral victory on Thursday.
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Khabib Nurmagomedov responds to prospect of Conor McGregor rematch next year
Nurmagomedov defends his belt against Tony Ferguson next April - and is not keen on taking on McGregor for a second time
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Hounds jump fences and perform tricks together in adorable footage
Bella the Queensland Blue Heeler rode a skateboard with another hound in a video showing their latest tricks in Los Angeles. The dogs wear neckerchiefs, jump on their hind legs and clutch teddies.
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Village green is taken from locals in Supreme Court fight
For ten years a group of Lancaster residents has fought a David and Goliath battle against their local council to prevent 32 acres of treasured parkland being developed or sold off.
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Brussels tells Boris Johnson to obey their rules if Britain wants a quick deal
With negotiations over the future relationship set to begin, EU leaders said Britain would be granted a swift trade deal only if the Prime Minister agreed to a 'level playing field' with the EU.
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Strictly's Shirley Ballas is 'devastated after injury means she will be unable to dance in finale'
The head judge, 59, hurt herself during a pantomime performance at the Darlington Hippodrome.
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Codeword used to warn of fire could be scrapped
The 'Inspector Sands' announcement is used at stations, on the London Underground and at airports to warn of a possible fire emergency. But many say it is now redundant.
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Deontay Wilder lifts lid on meeting with the Pope ahead of Tyson Fury rematch
'Bronze Bomber' Wilder said Pope Francis is a big fan of boxing and pizza after visiting Vatican to be named Ambassador for Peace through Sport
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Man, 19, is arrested after police find body in leafy Cheshire suburb 
Cheshire Police said the body was discovered on Ashley Mill Lane, Ashley, at approximately 7.52 am on Friday. The person is yet to be identified and the death is being treated as suspicious, the force said.
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Yola: From 'house screamer' to four-time Grammy nominee
The British singer talks about prejudice, doubters and how her success is just desserts.
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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Now Prince Andrew is a no-show at the Grenadier Guards' glittering annual dinner
EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: I can reveal that the Duke of York failed to attend the regiment's most glittering dinner of the year - despite being expected as guest of honour.
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Five men who drugged and gang-raped Brit mum, 50, are jailed for total of 36 years
The victim was raped several times by the hotel staff before being dumped back to her room on the last day of her holiday with her daughter in Torre Annunziata, Naples
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Care home of horrors where one child ate 122 chicken nuggets in a week
A damning Ofsted report highlighted issues such as uncleanliness, excessive junk food and allegations of assault at the Orbis Abbey Rose residential children's home in Gloucestershire.
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Selfish selfie-takers are spoiling museums and galleries, art lovers say 
There have been complaints about crowds blocking artworks and exhibits at the William Blake exhibition at Tate Britain and Tutankhamun's Treasures at the Saatchi Gallery, both in London.
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Harvey Weinstein: #MeToo monster looked every bit a broken man
TOM LEONARD: Shirt collar askew, ill-fitting suit and grey face a picture of misery and forbearance, Harvey Weinstein shuffled into a Manhattan court this week hunched over a walking frame.
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Humiliated Liberal Democrats are cast into political wilderness with Jo Swinson losing her seat
The Liberal Democrats face political wilderness after yesterday's poll saw the party secure just 11 seats. Inquest has begun into Jo Swinson as she lost her seat and has replacement set already.
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Defectors who left their parties amid Brexit turmoil lost their seats
Former Tory minister and ardent Remainer Anna Soubry was among the 18 MPs who had left their political parties amid the Brexit turmoil and who have now lost their seats.
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Boris Johnson to launch 'charm offensive' in Scotland
The Prime Minister contacted senior Tories to acknowledge the huge challenge to protect the union that they face. The SNP won 48 of the 59 Westminster seats in Scotland.
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Who's in and who's out in Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle?
Former Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt, who was sacked by Mr Johnson in July, is rumoured to replace ex-Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan, who has stood down as an MP.
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Accidental benefactor of pensioner's inheritance insists he tried to give the money back
Peter Teich, 74, made a simple mistake when providing his solicitor with his sort code and £193,000 was wired to 42-year-old Tim Gray, who is also a Cambridge resident.
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A ten-minute hearing test can help diagnose 'party deafness'
Scientists from University College London and Newcastle University have created a new method to diagnose the so-called 'cocktail party problem'. Estimated 15 per cent have normal hearing.
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Boris Johnson hits the ground running with a tour of the North
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will embark on a frantic 100-day tour of the North today with a visit to the so-called Red Wall of formerly safe Labour seats now in Tory hands.
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Can Anton Du Beke lift his curse of the clodhoppers?
Tonight Anton has perhaps his best shot at the Glitterball trophy for years, with Emma Barton as his partner. ALISON BOSHOFF trots through the history of Du Beke's Desperate Dance Divas ...
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PLATELL'S PEOPLE: You're brave, Greta, but not as brave as this lot
AMANDA PLATELL: Standing defiant and alone on a rocky outcrop on the cover of Time Magazine, she looks out over a world in peril that she is seeking to save.
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Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: PS1 25th anniversary memories
GameCentral readers celebrate 25 years of the PlayStation and old school games like Crash Bandicoot and WipEout.
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Why EA needs to make a game based The Mandalorian – Reader’s Feature
A reader is impressed enough by The Mandalorian TV show that he wishes Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been about bounty hunters, not Jedi.
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Pokémon Sword and Shield needs less pokémon, not more – Reader’s Feature
A reader offers his solution to improving Pokémon and explains why he thinks the complaints over Dexit in Sword and Shield were misplaced.
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Joe Swash in 'horrible' Dancing On Ice accident as he smashes head during rehearsal
The ex-EastEnders star bashed his head off the ice during a sickening tumble while preparing for the hit ITV show
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The heroic past of New Zealand volcano guide who saved a child from drowning in a boat fire
The White Island volcano tour guide identified as the first victim of the eruption was a hero who once saved two boys and their father from drowning.
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Apprentice star Lottie Lion, 20, claims infamous Ghandi text was 'taken out of context'
Lottie Lion, 20, from Devon, was the second youngest contestant in the series' 14-year history and she certainly lived up to the billing. Lottie immediately proved a Marmite character.
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JANE FRYER has an audience with Vicar Chris Lee - the 'hot priest' who really is God's gift to women
The Rev Chris is the hottest thing in the Church of England right now. Not just in terms of his fame - he has more than 117,000 Instagram followers and is a massive hit on YouTube channels.
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'Let the healing begin': Boris Johnson strikes conciliatory tone after landslide general election victory
'This country deserves a break from wrangling, a break from politics, and a permanent break from talking about Brexit'
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Indigenous boy, 15, murdered on Brazil's Amazon border
Erisvan Soares Guajajara’s body was found with knife wounds in Maranhão regionA 15-year-old indigenous boy has been murdered in Brazil on the edge of a heavily-deforested indigenous reserve in the state of Maranhão, on the fringes of the Amazon.The murder, the fourth from the Guajajara tribe in recent weeks, came as a wave of racist abuse against indigenous people swept social media in the state. Continue reading...
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Dad fined £100 for leaving Costco car park three minutes late despite spending £700
The stunned shopper pointed out he had accidentally overstayed free parking time limit at the Costco in Liverpool by mere minutes because he spent so long in the queue truing to leave the car park
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DR MAX: Don't knock nostalgia, it really can give you a rosy glow! 
Regardless of how old you are, Christmas is the perfect time for nostalgia. We can indulge in memories of times when things were different and our current stresses or difficulties didn't exist.
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New BBC series Baby Chimp Rescue follows life of abandoned animals – and we are crying already
This looks like it's going to be a tearjerker.
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Who will replace Jeremy Corbyn after Labour’s worst defeat in 80 years?
That battle for a new leader to win back the Labour heartlands has begun.
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Richard Burgon refuses to rule out a bid for Labour leadership bid but is ruthlessly mocked
The shadow justice secretary, who is one of Jeremy Corbyn's most trusted lieutenants, fuelled speculation he was poised to enter the race.
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Caroline Flack’s friend Dawn O’Porter throws support behind Love Island star following her arrest
Caroline was charged with assault by beating.
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Talking Horses: Keeper Hill to climb at Cheltenham, plus Saturday racing tips
The 16-1 shot has been much improved after a wind operation and looks good value for Saturday’s Caspian Caviar Gold CupIt is surely no coincidence Keeper Hill (1.55) showed so much improvement after a wind operation when he scored at Haydock last month. He battled on gamely to give 11lb and a beating to a higher-rated horse, an effort that left his previous handful of chase runs far behind.Today’s Caspian Caviar Gold Cup is a very different test but he may be suited by having a strong pace to follow and odds of 16-1 surely understate his chance. Brelan D’As, second here last month, ought to go close again, while Generous Day could be the each-way value at 20-1. Continue reading...
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The Gag Vault - 14th December 2019
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Perishers - 14th December 2019
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
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Andy Capp - 14th December 2019
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
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Garth - 14th December 2019
Garth is the Mirror’s time-travelling comic strip superhero. The strip originally ran from 1943 to 1997. Due to public demand, reprints of classic stories began in 2011
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