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Coronation Street star Ian Bartholomew teases the end of Geoff Metcalfe
He also reveals that his son struggles to watch him on screen.
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BBC to air Would I Lie To You? after Boris Johnson’s coronavirus address as it appears to change schedule
An epic move.
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N’Golo Kante impressed with Timo Werner and Kai Havertz after Chelsea’s defeat to Liverpool
'We were unlucky with how the game went.'
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School assistant says it was ‘morally necessary’ to share anti-LGBT Facebook posts
The Christian woman says she was 'trying to defend biblical truth'.
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London facing 'additional measures' to halt Covid admits Sadiq Khan after call with Boris
LONDON may implement "additional measures" to those announced by Boris Johnson in the House of Commons due to the capital's "unique" needs for dealing with coronavirus.
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UK coroanvus death toll rises by 37 - highest daily total in two months
There have also been nearly 5,000 new cases recorded in the past 24 hours
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Tammy Beaumont on the joy of getting back to doing what she does best
<p>Beaumont struck 62 from 49 balls in the first women’s match of a strange summer and tells Andy Baber how she couldn’t be happier to be back out in the middle</p>
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Ranked choice voting in Maine a go for presidential election
A Maine Supreme Court decision means ranked choice voting will be used for the first time in a presidential race anywhere in the United States
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Cybersecurity experts: Requesting ballots by email is safe
A group of leading cybersecurity experts told an Ohio court that absentee ballot applications can be safely transmitted using email
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Powell and Mnuchin voice optimism but back more economic aid
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin expressed cautious optimism Tuesday that the U.S. economy is rebounding from the pandemic-induced recession with support from the government but Mnuchin made clear that further support should be more targeted
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Pregnant Bindi Irwin proudly announces the gender of her baby in emotional post
The daughter of wildlife star Steve Irwin has announced the gender of her first child just months after marrying long-term boyfriend Chandler Powell
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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson suggests high coronavirus infection rates are due to UK’s ‘love of freedom’
<p>Labour MP left ‘speechless’ by comparison with Germany and Italy</p>
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Robert Goforth: Republican state representative indicted after allegedly strangling woman with ethernet cable
<p>Lawmaker was arrested in April for alleged attack</p>
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Frank Lampard 'changes his mind' on Declan Rice after Chelsea loss to Liverpool
The Blues have been linked with a move for the England midfielder in the past but may now ramp up their attempts to sign the West Ham star
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Pub owners that break new coronavirus rules face £10,000 fines under new plans
The Prime Minister laid out a raft of new restrictions in Parliament on Tuesday as he warned the UK was at a 'perilous turning point' in the crisis
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Manchester United weigh up Nicolas Tagliafico move as talks to sign Alex Telles stall
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate for a new left-back this summer.
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Thug who assaulted girlfriend only stopped when he was attacked by his dog
John Crawford, 30, held a Stanley knife to his girlfriend's throat but his dog became so agitated it lunged at him and caused him to leave
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John Aldridge delivers verdict on Liverpool’s signing of Diogo Jota
'It's great to see it in place now.’
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Indy Football Podcast: Sizing up the 2020/21 Premier League season
<p><strong>Season 4 Episode 2:</strong> Vithushan Ehantharajah is joined by Melissa Reddy, Mark Critchley and Jack Rathborn to discuss the start of the top flight campaign</p>
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Younger women 'bearing brunt' of second wave of Covid in UK
Exclusive: Figures show big rise in number of women aged 20 to 40 admitted to hospitalCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageYounger women are “bearing the brunt” of the UK’s second wave of coronavirus infections, according to a fresh analysis of hospital admissions prepared by government science advisers.Hospital records reveal a substantial rise in the number of women aged 20 to 40 admitted for serious coronavirus infections since the beginning of August, a country-wide trend that suggests younger women are now more exposed to the virus. Continue reading...
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BBC subjects older female radio presenters to ageism and sexism, leading broadcaster says
<p>‘Does the BBC have a problem with older women? Are we written off as old trouts while men become revered elders, sacred patriarchs, silver foxes?’ asks presenter</p>
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Newcastle boss Steve Bruce takes the blame for "awful" Brighton result
The Newcastle coach started the season on a positive note - but the tide has turned against him after a terrible 3-0 home loss to Brighton
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Pub curfew will ‘finish’ family businesses and lose staff hundreds in wages
'Implementing a time of 10pm means it’s going to be like emptying a football pitch.'
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Ellen DeGeneres reveals talk show will not shoot on election day so staff and viewers can go out and vote
The star took time to encourage fans to vote.
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Facebook says it may quit Europe over ban on sharing data with US
EU court in July ruled there were insufficient safeguards against snooping by US intelligence agenciesFacebook has warned that it may pull out of Europe if the Irish data protection commissioner enforces a ban on sharing data with the US, after a landmark ruling by the European court of justice found in July that there were insufficient safeguards against snooping by US intelligence agencies.In a court filing in Dublin, Facebook’s associate general counsel wrote that enforcing the ban would leave the company unable to operate. Continue reading...
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'Boris Johnson drinking in last chance saloon with early closing plan'
Boris Johnson throughout this emergency's proved as sure-footed as a drunk stumbling out of an ale house after necking too many pints before closing time
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Boris Johnson has blamed coronavirus on the British people, for loving freedom too much
<p>The Germans and Italians are too timid to die in the kind of numbers we are, explains the prime minister</p>
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Arsenal's Aouar fear realised as doubt cast on Lyon star's transfer
The France under-21 midfielder is one of Mikel Arteta's top targets this summer, but a suggestion that he could have had his head turned by a Champions League club won't be a welcome one
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Brit who murdered 'mail-order' Russian bride dies in Turkish jail
Christopher Collier, 49, who lived in Staffordshire before moving abroad, was jailed for 24 years for killing his Russian wife Julia at their home in Kusadasi, Turkey
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T-cell immunity lasts 17 years in Sars virus, providing hopes for Covid herd immunity, research shows
<p>T-cell research may provide answers to mysteries of Covid-19, <strong>Kate Ng</strong> reports</p>
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Former GBBO star could only bake three things before applying for the show
The Great British Bake Off will be back on television screens tonight with a group of new contestants ready to compete to be star baker
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Boris Johnson admits coronavirus outbreak could be doubling every 20 days
The Prime Minister said today that 'this is the moment when we must act' as he announced that current social distancing rules in England would likely last for another six months.
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Brits purchasing ‘pandemic puppies’ from dodgy breeders could cost £400m in vet bills
The demand for puppies has gone up exponentially since lockdown.
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Brits take an hour and half to fully wake up and use coffee, cold water and walk
A study of 2,000 adults commissioned by Lyons Coffee found the top 15 ways ways Brits try to wake themselves up - with a third feeling they are on 'autopilot' most mornings
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Families told they ‘may have to stay in touch using Zoom this Christmas’
Nothing is certain for this year's festive season.
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Man who died in horror smash on Handforth Dean bypass named
There was a collision between four vehicles
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Sex no longer illegal for couples in ‘established relationships’
It appears casual sex is still banned.
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The 200,000 coronavirus deaths are an American tragedy of our own making | Andrew Gawthorpe
Coronavirus inflicts American deaths equivalent to a 9/11 every few days, but Trump and his allies seem blithely unconcernedDeath is not supposed to be part of the American dream. As the country’s founding document says, liberty and the pursuit of happiness presuppose life. For a culture based on these ideals, death can be hard to confront. Nevertheless, as the official death toll from Covid-19 in the United States passes 200,000, it is time to take stock of how long-running pathologies in American culture exact a price measured in human lives. Related: Trump's America first is working: the US now leads the world in coronavirus cases | Richard Wolffe Continue reading...
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'Like a storage shed blown in by a gale' – Plymouth's new £46m Box gallery
This plain silver structure could win the port another ugly building award. But its citizens are unlikely to mind – since it showcases treasures from ancient vessels to a woolly mammothIf ever proof were needed that quality of architecture is no barrier to popularity, it can be found in the plucky port city of Plymouth. Its Drake Circus shopping centre, a car crash of cladding, was awarded the Carbuncle Cup for the ugliest building in the UK when it opened in 2006. Yet it has since become the beloved, beating heart of the city. The Beckley Point student housing development, a Stalin-style ziggurat topped with an awkward spire, was also shortlisted for the hated award in 2018. Locals instantly rallied to its defence, praising it as “the best building in Plymouth for 20 years”, bringing a thrilling “touch of Las Vegas” by night.And so we come to the Box, the city’s new £46m museum and gallery, hailed as the biggest cultural centre in south-west England, and proud bearer of “Europe’s largest unsupported cantilever”. It is a fitting name for a big clumsy box that has been plonked on top of the city’s Edwardian museum and art gallery, as if an out-of-town storage shed got blown here in a gale. Continue reading...
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'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000
The death toll in the U.S. from the coronavirus has topped 200,000, a figure unimaginable eight months ago when the scourge first reached the world’s richest nation
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Arsenal dealt Houssem Aouar blow after Champions League side makes rival approach
Lyon will let the midfielder leave if their asking price is met.
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