Kim Kardashian cites ‘irreconcilable differences’ in Kanye West divorce papers
Reality TV star has requested joint legal and physical custody of their four children
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Labour chief refuses to say if £20 Universal Credit boost should be permanent
Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds said the £20-a-week should be extended for now, but in the long term there needed to be "radical reform" instead
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Graeme Souness reveals Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s ‘biggest challenge’ at Manchester United
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Vaccine passport decision expected 'within months', Chancellor Rishi Sunak says
He was asked about vaccine passports on the BBC One's Andrew Marr programme
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Rishi Sunak categorically rules out speeding up lockdown exit
The Chancellor said the dates contained within Boris Johnson's roadmap for easing restrictions are the 'earliest dates by which things can happen'.
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Huge iceberg the size of Greater London breaks off in Antarctica
The 1,270 square km iceberg broke off near a British research centre.
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Ellie Goulding reveals genius way she hid her baby bump for the first six months of her pregnancy
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Kitchens on wheels and flagstone lounges: How Brits are preparing for a future with floods
With one in three homes set to be at risk by 2050, home-owners are dreaming up innovative ways to be resilient - but should the government be doing more?
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Millions at risk of flood should be given grants to make homes resilient, campaigners say
Properties across country need to be improved as extreme weather makes inundation ever more likely
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Ant McPartlin looks besotted with Anne-Marie Corbett as pair head home after SNT
Anne-Marie Corbett said yes when Ant McPartlin popped the question on Christmas Eve as the cute proposal came two years after his split from wife Lisa Armstrong.
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Public to be cleared from courts when rape victims give evidence under plans to boost prosecutions
A cross-Government review to be published this spring has issued a series of recommendations aimed at improving the number of successful rape and sexual assault prosecutions.
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Mum shares recipe for budget-friendly pizza cones that only take ten minutes to make
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Referee Lee Mason withdraws from Sheffield United vs Liverpool duties after Brighton goal controversy
Referee Lee Mason has withdrawn from his matchday duties for Sunday's Premier League match between Sheffield United and Liverpool following Saturday’s controversial West Brom win over Brighton.
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Myanmar protests: ‘At least four killed’ as police open fire on demonstrators
Myanmar has been in turmoil since the army seized power and detained leader Aung San Suu Kyi
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Sir Stirling Moss hands out surprise gifts to relatives in his will
Sir Stirling Moss, who died aged 90 last year, left behind a £22 million estate - the bulk of which went to his widow Lady Susie, 68, and children Allison, 53, and Elliot, 40.
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Billie Eilish opens up about break-up with rapper ex-boyfriend: ‘There was just a lack of effort’
‘I just wasn’t happy,’ said the singer
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Lee Mason withdraws as fourth official for Sheffield United vs Liverpool
Mason was involved in a hugely controversial incident during West Brom's victory over Brighton on Saturday
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Budget to launch ‘green bond’ to encourage investment in climate change technology
Announcement comes as visa changes make it easier for scientists to come to UK
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Tottenham vs Burnley LIVE! Latest team news, lineups, prediction, TV and Premier League match stream today
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David Beckham gives verdict on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Man United
David Beckham has assessed how former teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is doing in charge of Man United.
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Rishi Sunak poised to copy Joe Biden's plan for huge corporation tax rise
RISHI SUNAK is expected to copy Joe Biden's strategy in next week's Budget - as the US President's election will provide a partial cover for a big increase in corporation tax rates.
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School uniform law that would save families £340 a year on average
Families that are struggling to make ends meet may soon be able to save hundreds on hard-to-afford school uniforms thanks to a bill to stop schools forcing branded clothing on pupils
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Leicester City v Arsenal: Premier League – live!
Minute-by-minute updates on the action at the King PowerWill Hodgson, English football’s tourist, be haunted by regret?Any comments? Email daniel.harris.casual@theguardian.com 11.26am GMT It looks a lot like Mikel Arteta has picked a team to nick something, if possible. Saka is his best player and Aubameyang his most likely scorer, but neither start; though Willian was better when he came on against Benfica, he’s been largely dreadful this season; and Pepe is Pepe. 11.23am GMT Arsenal, meanwhile, make six changes. At the back, Cedric Soares and Pablo Mari replace Hecto Bellerin and Gabriel; in midfield, Elneny is in for Dani Ceballos; and in attack, Saka, Martin Odegaard and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sit at the side, with Willian, Nicolas Pepe and Alexandre Lacazette replacing them. Continue reading...
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Aldi releases pale pink Le Creuset cookware dupes for a tenth of the price
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Dean Henderson earning League Two club £10,000 every time he plays for Man Utd
Henderson has finally been getting a taste of some first-team action back at Manchester United after his return to Old Trafford in the summer, much to the delight of his former club
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Harry Kane must leave Spurs to join Manchester United or Manchester City, says Danny Murphy
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Nigel Farage Gets Fact-Checked By The Home Office Over 'Incorrect' Migrant Covid Claims
Nigel Farage has been called out by the Home Office over a tweet in which he claimed 12 migrants arriving in Dover on Saturday had tested positive for coronavirus.The Reform UK leader detailed what he described as a “Covid crisis” and called on home secretary Priti Patel to “get a grip”.Covid crisis in Dover this morning. One migrant boat with 12 on board and they all tested positive for the virus. Get a grip @pritipatel.— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) February 27, 2021But hours later the Home Office refuted the claim, saying none of the people referred to by Farage had tested positive.“This is incorrect,” it said in a tweet. “None of these 12 people tested positive for Covid-19. All adults who arrived today have been tested for Covid-19.”@nigel_farage This is incorrect. None of these 12 people tested positive for Covid-19. All adults who arrived today have been tested for Covid-19— Home Office (@ukhomeoffice) February 27, 2021Four small boats in total carrying 87 people including children made the dangerous Channel crossing into the UK on Saturday.The Home Office has said all adults who arrived in Dover were tested for Covid-19, and only one person tested positive.It is not known how Farage obtained the false information and his tweet is yet to be deleted.HuffPost UK has contacted Reform UK for comment.Elsewhere, a new study last week found those who support Reform UK are the least likely to take up the offer of a coronavirus jab.Only 53.7% of those planning to vote for Reform UK favour taking the vaccine, a two-wave study by Oxford University found.This contrasts dramatically to over 90% for supporters of the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats, at 94.8%, 91.4% and 92.1% respectively, and 100% for those who intend to vote for the SNP.People who did not know who they would vote for were less likely to take the vaccine at 82.6%, as were supporters of the Green Party at 77.4%.The study found strong relationships between political attitudes and intention to accept the jab, with whether you voted for Brexit also appearing related to vaccine acceptance, according to Oxford researchers.Related...Rishi Sunak Says It's 'Odd' To Blame Eat Out To Help Out For Covid SurgeRishi Sunak Says 'More' Financial Support To Come In Budget
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'Breaking manifesto promises!' BBC's Andrew Marr slams Rishi Sunak in fiery Budget row
CHANCELLOR Rishi Sunak faced angry questioning from Andrew Marr on whether he would break manifesto promises in the upcoming March Budget in an awkward TV clash.
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SEVENTEEN star Mingyu takes break from the group as Pledis Entertainment addresses ‘bullying’ claims
SEVENTEEN's agency Pledis Entertainment has spoken out.
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Billy Vunipola rediscovers his game but England lack the discipline to cash in
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Birds Of A Feather's Pauline Quirke is cropped OUT of cast photo after 'row'
The actress, 61, featured in a press snap from a revived series in September 2015, but was noticeably edited out when the image was uploaded to Lesley's Instagram account.
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Dramatic moment M6 splattered with canned fruit after lorry crash explosion
Motorists in Staffordshire watched on in horror as fruit cans exploded from the back of a lorry sending a fireball into the air amid fears popping tins could hit passing vehicles
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Coronation Street actor Johnny Briggs dies aged 85
Actor who played Mike Baldwin in long-running ITV soap dies after long illnessThe Coronation Street actor Johnny Briggs has died aged 85. He was famous for his role as Mike Baldwin in the long-running ITV soap.A statement from his family said he died after a long illness. Continue reading...
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Long-time mayor of Croatian capital of Zagreb dies at 65
Milan Bandic, the controversial long-serving mayor of Croatia's capital of Zagreb, has died from a heart attack at age 65, his office says
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Ex-WWE star Big Cass looks totally ripped for wrestling return after mental health struggles
And you can't teach that!
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Timo Werner opens up on ‘worst time of his career’ at Chelsea
'The smile wasn't on my face'
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Coronation Street actor Johnny Briggs dies, aged 85 - latest tributes
The star played Mike Baldwin, one of the soap's best loved characters
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Wokingham is healthiest place in England and Blackpool the unhealthiest in new index
The Berkshire town received an overall health score of 110, putting it to the top of the list, while Blackpool only scored 86.
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Rishi Sunak Says 'More' Financial Support To Come In Budget
Rishi Sunak has indicated he will extend emergency support packages as the coronavirus lockdown is unwound and did not deny he would first raise taxes before cutting them ahead of the election.The chancellor insisted ahead of this week’s Budget that he is in favour of low taxes but said he needs to repair the public finances from the “shock” of the pandemic.He did not deny telling Tory MPs in private that he would raise them now before cutting them in a pre-election Budget in the future.Sunak said he must “level with people”, with Covid having had an “enormous hold on our economy” that will cause debt to “rise indefinitely” if borrowing continues after the recovery.But he suggested current support packages for jobs and businesses, such as the furlough scheme, would continue as England comes out of the national lockdown in the coming months.He said he wants to “support people and businesses along that path” to ending restrictions steadily until June 21, as set out by Boris Johnson.“We went big, we went early and there’s more to come next week,” Sunak told Sky’s Sophy Ridge On Sunday.The chancellor was pressed on whether he told Conservative MPs in private that he would seek to raise taxes now and then cut them before the election.“I think in the short term what we need to do is protect the economy and keep supporting the economy through the road map, and over time what we need to do is make sure our public finances are sustainable,” Sunak said.“That isn’t going to happen overnight, that’s going to be work that takes time given the scale of the shock that we’ve experienced but if you’re asking do I want to deliver low taxes for people, of course I do.”Sunak said he cannot talk about tax outside the Budget and declined to say whether he would stick by the manifesto pledge not to raise the rate of income tax, VAT or national insurance.Treasury sources did not deny a report suggesting the chancellor plans to raise £6 billion by freezing income tax thresholds for at least three years.The Sunday Times said he would freeze the £12,500 point at which people start paying the basic rate of income tax and the £50,000 threshold where they begin paying the higher 40p rate, as he aims to raise £43 billion a year.The move would allow Sunak to raise extra funds without breaking the manifesto pledge that guaranteed the Conservatives would not raise the “rate” of income tax.But it was estimated the move would push an extra 1.6 million people into a higher tax bracket before the next general election is due in 2024.Related...Rishi Sunak Says It's 'Odd' To Blame Eat Out To Help Out For Covid SurgeWill JVT's 'Don't Wreck It' Message Be Heard By The Chancellor Too?Matt Hancock Pressed On Support For NHS Staff Beyond 'Asking Public To Clap'
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Court papers reveal reason for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West divorce
Kim Kardashian West has cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason she is divorcing rapper Kanye West.
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Families of schoolchildren to be sent weekly at-home Covid tests
Up to 32 million lateral flow tests will be given to families each week.
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Johnny Briggs, Former Coronation Street Star, Dies Aged 85
Former Coronation Street star Johnny Briggs has died at the age of 85. He was best known for playing factory boss Mike Baldwin in the ITV soap from 1976 to 2006. Johnny’s family confirmed he had died on Sunday after a long illness. They said in a statement: “It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our father, Johnny Briggs.“He passed away peacefully this morning after a long illness, with family by his side. He was 85.“We politely ask for privacy at this time, so that we can quietly grieve as a family and remember the wonderful times we had with him. Thank you.”This is a breaking news story and will be updated. Follow HuffPost UK on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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Johnny Briggs is dead at 85: Coronation Street star who played Mike Baldwin for 30 years dies
Coronation Street star Johnny Briggs who played Mike Baldwin for 30 years has died aged 85. 
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Beckham's honest assessment of Solskjaer's performance as Man Utd manager
Beckham played alongside Solskjaer for a number of years at Old Trafford and has had his say on the Norwegian's spell in the dugout
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Chile emerges as global leader in Covid inoculations with 'pragmatic strategy'
After initially enduring criticism over its handling of restrictions, Chile moved to secure vaccines from a range of suppliers Chile has administered more than 3.1m vaccine doses in just three weeks to emerge as a global leader in Covid-19 inoculations, trailing only the US, UK, UAE and Israel in vaccination doses per 100 people.Having initially endured heavy criticism over its handling of pandemic restrictions, Chile has moved quickly to secure vaccines from a range of suppliers and aims to have 80% of its population immunised against the virus by June. It has already vaccinated 16% of its 19 million citizens at hospitals, schools, stadia and municipal buildings throughout the country. Continue reading...
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