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Will Smith, 51, says his colonoscopy 'turned very real' due to polyp
Smith, 51, decided to make light of passing the threshold when it's recommended to get regular colonoscopies - at age 50 - by filming it, and posting it on YouTube. But the fun turned sour.
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Boris Johnson discusses his fury at being preached at by Andrew Neil
Prime Minister Boris Johnson claims 'trust in politics has been corroded by the failure to get Brexit done'. He slams Andrew Neil's BBC interview and claims 'we will have a golden era of prosperity'.
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Arsenal offered Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic in swap deal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The Gunners skipper is stalling on signing a new contract.
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BBC debate: Corbyn takes aim at Boris Johnson as he says use of 'racist language is failure of leadership'
Labour leader retaliates to PM's comment about his 'unwillingness to stand up for Jewish people in the Labour Party'
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Lorry driver ‘knew cluttered dashboard was dangerous’ before killing doctor
A judge said Robert Bradbury showed no signs that of remorse over 32-year-old Suzanna Bull's death and jailed him for 21 months.
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Elon Musk found not guilty of defaming British cave explorer
Los Angeles jury rules Musk did not defame Vernon Unsworth by calling him a “pedo guy” on TwitterElon Musk did not defame British cave explorer Vernon Unsworth by calling him a “pedo guy” on Twitter, a Los Angeles jury found Friday. The case has pitted a 64-year-old financial adviser earning a salary of about £25,000 ($33,000) against one of the richest and most famous men in the world. The dispute stems from the Tesla and SpaceX chief’s ancillary involvement in the Tham Luang cave rescue in June and July 2018, which saw 12 young football players and their coach successfully extracted from a flooded cave system by a team of British cave divers. Continue reading...
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The Mandalorian" Mysterious episode five ending has fans convinced iconic Star Wars character is returning
Sound effect could constitute a major clue
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TV debate: Boris Johnson played defensive football, and Jeremy Corbyn was a tired centre forward who couldn't get near goal
The two leaders stuck to their scripts – the lack of surprises was a victory for the prime minister, like the captain of a football team sitting on a comfortable lead
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I’m A Celebrity viewers in tears as Caitlyn Jenner snubbed by famous family on jungle exit
No, you're crying!
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The Corbyn and Johnson TV debate: our writers’ verdicts | Martin Kettle, Katy Balls, Owen Jones, Gaby Hinsliff
With less than a week until polling day, Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson made a late pitch to voters. What did we learn? Continue reading...
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Guantanamo Bay detainee draws pictures of 'enhanced interrogation' torture tactics he suffered at secret US prison
Man never convicted of a crime illustrates 'enhanced interrogation' tactics at US black site
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Anthony Joshua fine-tuned and ready to claim redemption in Riyadh | Sean Ingle
Briton has had chance to step back and reassess after defeat in June while Andy Ruiz Jr may have gone full Buster DouglasWhen Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr face off on Saturday night in the most controversial world heavyweight title fight for more than 40 years, their rules of engagement will be those of the Marquis of Queensberry and not Mr Olympia. But as the two men touched the scales in Saudi Arabia it was impossible to ignore their respective physiques. Joshua sported a six-pack. His opponent looked as if he had just drunk one.Joshua has been relaxed all week, despite the mounting criticism from Amnesty International that taking around £60m from a kingdom that has an “abysmal” human rights record, including jailing and executing opponents, was a serious misstep. But the sight of Ruiz weighing in at 20st 3lb, the second highest in heavyweight championship history behind the Russian giant Nikolai Valuev, has surely sent his confidence surging. Continue reading...
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sure Man Utd are still biggest club in Manchester but needs result to back up derby jibe
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eager to remind Manchester City of their status in the traditional hierarchy of English football.
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Labour to CRIPPLE the high street: Warning Corbyn to hit shops with £38,000 bill
HIGH-street shops could be hit with crippling bills averaging around £38,000 a year under Labour plans for a punishing new “land value tax”, the Tories claimed tonight.
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Manchester United manager Solskjaer disagrees with Jose Mourinho and David Moyes about Man City
David Moyes and Jose Mourinho referred to Man City's superiority when they managed Man United but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer disagrees.
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Pep Guardiola responds to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claim Manchester United are bigger than Man City
Man United boss stoked the fires ahead of the Manchester derby but Manchester City manager prefers to be top dog right now
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Raheem Sterling reveals what he changed to become Man City's most feared attacker
Manchester City ace has become word-class and ahead of the Manchester derby he says what he started to do differently to reach the next level
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Manchester United confirm stance on marquee signings in transfer market
Man United have had a poor hit-rate in the transfer market signing marquee names like Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba.
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Can a murderer ever be a hero? Killer tried to save woman in London Bridge terror attack
James Ford had been attending a rehabilitation conference in the Grade II-listed building on the edge of London Bridge when Usman Khan went on his deadly knife rampage on Friday last week.
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I'm A Celebrity's Caitlyn Jenner breaks down in tears and she and Nadine Coyle are eliminated
I'm A Celebrity's Caitlyn Jenner breaks down in tears and says she 'missed her family terribly' as she and Nadine Coyle are eliminated both from the jungle in DOUBLE elimination.
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Patrick Reed handed two-stroke penalty for improving his lie
• Texan punished during third round of Hero World Challenge• Reed says he was practice swinging and denies it was deliberatePatrick Reed found himself embroiled in a rules controversy during the third round of the Hero World Challenge, with the former Masters champion issued with a two-stroke penalty for improving his lie in a sanded waste area. Footage of Reed’s actions on the 11th hole at Albany went viral on social media, with rules officials informing the 29-year-old of his punishment during a five-minute post-round discussion. Reed claimed to have been totally unaware of the affair until that point.As per the rules of golf, players can ground their club in waste areas but cannot improve their capability to play a shot by “removing or pressing down sand or loose soil.” Reed remains adamant he did nothing wrong knowingly and that a single camera angle, from behind and which twice shows the Texan flicking sand during practice swings, is deceptive. Continue reading...
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Second Jeffrey Epstein victim tells lawyers she had sex with Prince Andrew too
EXCLUSIVE: Lawyers for Epstein's victims are now "rigorously" investigating the woman's claims and could include them in a lawsuit against the deceased financier’s estate
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Shoppers urged to 'show a little love' on your High Street this Christmas
Small Business Saturday wants people to focus on spending money locally as FSB national chairman Mike Cherry says: "When you back a small business, you’re more likely to see your money re-spent nearby"
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Kylie Jenner shares adorable clip of 'snow queen' Stormi snowboarding
Kylie Jenner has shared her daughter's first attempt at snowboarding, aged just 22 months, and it was enough to melt even those with the coldest hearts
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Small business owners optimistic about 2020 'despite Brexit uncertainty'
A study by Vistaprint has found 86 per cent are confident they will achieve their main goal in the coming year regardless of Brexit, political changes and rising costs
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Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine Coyle leave in double I'm A Celebrity eviction
Caitlyn said the jungle was easier than celebrating Christmas with the Kardashian-Jenner family.
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A person has died following a crash in Rochdale
Drivers are being asked to avoid the area
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Masked celebs enjoy 'ultra-VIP' mansion orgy at world's most elite sex club
Miami venue Snctm offers "an evening of unrestricted erotic excess" - but the eye-watering cost of getting in means only the rich are likely to have the pleasure
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Knightsbridge stabbing: Omani student named as victim of knife attack outside Harrods
One of the three people knifed to death in London in the space of just 24 hours was an Omani engineering student studying in the UK, according to reports.
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Lying liar lies some more as Boris Johnson braves BBC studio for debate | John Crace
Jeremy Corbyn tries, but fails, to bring leaders’ live televised face-off back to some kind of realityThe truth is a foreign country. The US. This has been an election dictated by the Sunbed God’s kinks, where the bigger the lie and the more often it is repeated, the more chance you have of getting away with it. Just replace one overweight blond sociopath with another. When no one believes a word most politicians say, you might as well go for broke. Fantasy is so much more thrilling.The Conservatives have consistently thought big. The only person in the whole of Britain who believes the Tories will build 40 new hospitals is the needy spaniel, Matt Hancock. Continue reading...
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Feminist snowflake claims Mr Men books are sexist as JAN MOIR imagines PC versions of the characters
JAN MOIR: Mr Clever and Little Miss Curious are in trouble again. For one of their adventures in the Mr Men series of books has been deemed sexist by a she-student with a degree in women's studies.
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Dossier detailing UK-US trade talks on NHS was leaked as part of 'Russian campaign', Reddit says
Reddit has confirmed that leaked classified US-UK trade documents were posted as a part of a campaign originating in Russia.
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Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine booted out of I’m A Celebrity in savage double axing
We are shook!
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BBC debate: Corbyn hits out at Johnson's ‘racist remarks’
Labour and Conservative party leaders clash over racism and NHS in final before polling dayJeremy Corbyn accused Boris Johnson of having made “racist remarks” as the pair clashed over Islamophobia and antisemitism in their parties, during a crucial head-to-head debate less than a week before polling day.Corbyn made the allegation as he defended himself against Johnson’s charge that his handling of antisemitism complaints within the Labour party was a “failure of leadership”. Continue reading...
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Plane trips in the EU last year soared to 1 BILLION
Passengers made more than 1.1billion plane trips in the EU in 2018 - up 6 per cent on 2017 and 43 per cent since 2010. The data also revealed that Heathrow was Europe's busiest airport.
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Facebook extends 'Crisis Response' feature to WhatApp for users with poor connectivity
Facebook has extended its Crisis Response tools to WhatsApp, allowing those with poor connectivity to alert friends and family about what's happening - as it may be their only way to alert others.
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Russian spies used the French Alps 'as a base camp for carrying out several covert operations'
A total of 15 Russian spies are said to have passed through the Haute-Savoie mountains between 2015 and 2018. Suspects Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov are both said to have stayed there.
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BBC election debate audience member skewers 'liar' Boris Johnson with three-word heckle
The Prime Minister was challenged on his lying once again in tonight's leaders' debate on BBC One and a heckler had the last laugh by skewering the dishonest Tory leader in three words
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Baby 'pulled like ragdoll' by stranger in attempted abduction from Burger King
The woman who has been accused of trying to snatch the child was not found despite a search by the police at a shopping centre in Grays, Essex, on Friday afternoon
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Moeen Ali’s Test break to continue with absence from England squad for South Africa
• All-rounder met Joe Root and England management this week• Moeen set to play in Pakistan Super League next yearMoeen Ali is expected to continue his break from Test cricket despite talks with Joe Root and the England management this week.Ed Smith, the national selector, will name England’s squad for the series in South Africa on Saturday, with Jonny Bairstow, Jimmy Anderson and Mark Wood tipped to return after missing out on the 1-0 series defeat in New Zealand. Continue reading...
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Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine Coyle exit I'm A Celebrity as they miss out on final four
Only a handful of campmates are left in the jungle now that seven stars have been sent packing by hosts Ant and Dec
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