Keir Starmer buries Jeremy Corbyn era in conference speech saying 'we can win election'

The Labour leader tried to put his predecessor behind him as he vowed to pour everything into winning back those who voted Tory - but announced a similar home insulation policy to the one unveiled in 2019
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‘No idea how they did this!’ US fear after China tests nuclear-capable hypersonic missile
CHINA has tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August which circled the world before it sped towards its target.
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe loses appeal and could return to Iran prison at any time
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband is angry that the government has not responded quicker with her appeal being rejected on Saturday so she could be sent back to prison at any point
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What the papers say – October 17
The front pages continue to be dominated by the death of Sir David Amess.
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GTA 6 should be a single-player only game – Reader’s Feature
A reader argues that Rockstar Games are more likely to make a single-player only GTA 6 than they are to concentrate only on GTA Online.
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How to make XCOM 3 the perfect strategy game – Reader’s Feature
A reader imagines exactly how he’d like XCOM 3 to be, if Firaxis makes it their next game after Marvel’s Midnight Suns.
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Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: Favourite platform game
Readers name the best platform games ever made, both 2D and 3D, and including classics such as Guacamelee and Yoshi’s Island.
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Dominic Calvert-Lewin transfer can hand Mikel Arteta perfect Arsenal plan B
Arsenal have struggled to score goals in the Premier League this season, with Arteta's forward options in need of a boost that Everton star Calvert-Lewin could provide
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Robert Webb calls Strictly Come Dancing 'brutal' and 'weird'... after quitting the competition
Partnered with professional dancer Dianne Buswell , Robert said to The Sun of his time on the show: 'It is brutal. It is an absolutely weird show.'
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Only a fifth of workers are back in the office for five days a week
A new poll has revealed just one in five people is back working in office five days a week with many commuters adopting 'hybrid working patterns' as 42% are in for 'one or two days a week'.
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Prince Charles praises son William's work to save the planet
In a rare and touching public statement of support ahead of tonight's award ceremony for William's Earthshot Prize, Charles spoke of William's 'growing commitment to the environment'.
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Knifeman stabs boy, 14, to death at Glasgow railway station
Emergency services were called to Glasgow's High Street station and the boy was taken by ambulance to the city's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
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Is Tess Daly dancing round BBC's advertising rules? Strictly host signs five-figure deal with Biba
Strictly host Tess Daly, 52, revealed on her Instagram she has signed a major deal with fashion brand Biba, worth five-figures, after wearing two of their dresses on the popular BBC1 show.
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Boris Johnson missed a call with G20 leaders about Afghanistan while on holiday in Marbella
The PM declined an invitation to attend the meeting via video conference, despite the US President, Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel and Justin Trudeau all attending.
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Britain could sign trade deal with New Zealand within days to unlock agreement worth £9trillion
Anne-Marie Trevelyan (pictured), the International Trade Secretary, hopes to announce a deal which would see tariffs slashed on goods such as gin, chocolate, clothing, cars and buses.
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Conor McGregor celebrates son Rian's christening in lavish Vatican ceremony
The Irish UFC star invited his family, including reality TV star sister Erin, to a lush ceremony in Rome where his third son Rian was christened
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Strictly fans in shock as they think Adam almost kisses Katya after sexy dance
Strictly viewers gasped as they watched Olympic hero Adam Peaty perform a jaw-dropping Argentine Tango with Katya Jones – only for the pair to end their routine with an apparent clinch
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Priti Patel to face questions over suspect held on suspicion of murdering MP
The Home Secretary will also be asked about the safety of MPs when she gives TV and radio interviews on Sunday.
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Retired engineer, 75, pays £18,000 for a private knee replacement before being offered free surgery
Retired engineer John Peake, 75, was put forward for NHS surgery in May after an orthopaedic consultant at Stafford County Hospital agreed he needed both arthritic knees replaced.
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Sir Mick Jagger has a humorous comeback to Sir Paul McCartney’s Rolling Stones ‘blues cover band’ dig
He seems to have not taken Sir Paul's comment too seriously.
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TV pundits maintain silence on mistreatment of migrant workers building World Cup stadiums in Qatar
Football stars were silent yesterday when asked if they would take part in 2022 World Cup following a damning UN report accusing Qatar of racial discrimination against migrant workers.
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They take the knee, we live on our knees: Migrant worker in Qatar building World Cup stadiums
Gareth Southgate's men take the knee before every match to highlight racism but migrant workers building World Cup stadiums in Qatar have died in their hundreds and are treated as 'staves'.
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Shiver me shoulder pads! Is Poldark's Demelza doing a Dynasty remake?
Eleanor Tomlinson has time-travelled a couple of centuries with her outlandish new look - sporting shoulder pads that would rival Joan Collins's Dynasty soap queen Alexis Colby.
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'David Amess' greatest legacy was love and pride he had being a father and husband'
The language in Parliament and beyond has become more cutting and personal in recent years - as we remember David Amess as a man who died in the service of others we must also remember MPs are people with friends and family
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Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez buys £108,000 Louis Vuitton jewellery box
Man United striker Cristiano Ronaldo has just given his long-term partner a jewellery box as a gift. But not just any jewellery box - a £108,000 Louis Vuitton Malle Vendome trunk.
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KATE MANSEY: Millennial women are deluded if they think fertility doesn't decline after 35
KATE MANSEY: It's not that fertility drops off a cliff on your 35th birthday but it's beyond doubt that the odds become more firmly stacked against you with every year that passes.
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Elizabeth Day: The news that left me speechless
There are some news stories that take a while to sink in. For days after the sentencing of a serving Metropolitan policeman for the horrific kidnapping and murder of Sarah Everard, I was speechless.
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Interiors: The new curiosity shop
Antiques bring history and personality to a home… and to this vintage store with a difference
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Food: Done in one 
In her new book, Donna Hay shows how to create fresh family dinners quickly, with minimal fuss - and less clearing up
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Fashion: Matches of the Day
Add spice to your winter palette with these fresh colour combos
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Liz Jones's Diary: In which I'm snubbed by the fash pack
I'm just home from London Fashion Week. Gah!
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Joanne Hegarty: Office wear? Let me be your boss
As more of us head back to the office and face-to-face meetings resume, never forget this: life is too short for boring workwear.
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Done in one: Pumpkin tofu burgers with herb mayonnaise 
Who doesn't love a burger night? These veg-forward buns are bursting with goodness and will still satisfy comfort-food cravings.
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Done in one: Baked red curry chicken and coconut dhal 
An all-in-one curry that is big on spiced-up flavour and goodness but light on effort. Where do we sign up?
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Beauty: How lily of the valley finally got hip 
A long-overlooked classic is having a moment, with a flurry of fragrant new launches
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ROSIE GREEN: I'm out of my comfort zone - and I like it
Do you have a sex script? It turns out that until recently I very much did - I just didn't know it
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Susannah Taylor: Pain relief? I've got it nailed
Most wellbeing treatments opt for gentle-sounding names. A brand called Bed of Nails, therefore, might put you off. But don't let it.
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Done in one: Silky miso pasta 
Six ingredients are all you need for this simple one-pot pasta. Silky strands are coated in a buttery miso sauce that explodes with flavour.
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Orphaned at 8, destitute and abused, this Nepalese girl had only big dreams…
…15 years later, she has become an international award-winning filmmaker by Sue Carpenter, who first met BELMAYA NEPALI in 2006 for YOU magazine
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Done in one: Roasted squash and chorizo salad with crispy chickpeas and feta 
I love this combination of caramelised roast squash, smoky chorizo and earthy chickpeas, refreshed with bright green kale leaves.
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Done in one: Fruit-topped skillet cake 
Forget searching the cupboards for the right cake tin. Your humble frying pan or skillet works double time here to create the perfect one-pan cake.
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Done in one: Spinach soup with lemon and tahini 
This has become my favourite standby soup. It's so fresh, zingy and loaded with green goodness, with a swirl of my punchy tahini sauce for a flavour kick.
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Beauty Knowhow: For a more gentle touch... 
Meet the brands born to soothe some of the uncomfortable skin symptoms that cancer treatments can bring
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Katie Piper: How my faith healed the scars you don't see
Katie Piper's life was devastated by a horrific attack, but in her darkest days this former atheist found emotional solace in an unlikely place, as she tells Julia Llewellyn Smith
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HOROSCOPES: Don't let them get away with it, Libra
You don't often act fierce but you will this week - and with good cause. There is no reason why you should make allowances for those who are deliberately dragging their feet.
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Done in one: Spiced meatballs in sticky chilli sauce 
These moreish meatballs are coated in a punchy sweet (but not-too-sweet) and spicy sauce that takes them from zero to a hundred in minutes.
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Done in one: Slow-roasted lamb shoulder with mint sauce 
The sticky-sweet marinade and slow cooking creates the most melt-in-the-mouth lamb, with a fresh mint sauce to cut through the richness.
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The tragic Kennedy still shaping our style
More than 20 years after her untimely death, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy's effortlessly understated look continues to inspire new generations
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Raab outlines plan to stop European judges ‘dictating’ to UK on human rights
The Justice Secretary also told the Sunday Telegraph use of the Human Rights Act to prevent deportations had become a ‘serious issue’.
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