Killing IRA man Seamus Bradley as he ran across Londonderry field in 1972, coroner rules 

The killing of IRA man Seamus Bradley who was shot by a British soldier as he ran across a field in Londonderry in 1972 was unjustified, a coroner has ruled.
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Tottenham youngster Troy Parrott aiming for the top after making Ireland debut
Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy has hailed Troy Parrott after the Tottenham youngster made his international debut.
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Homebuyers sue the owners of a £1m barn conversion after they failed to tell them about nearby hotel
Philip Ash, 66, and his wife Elisabeth, 62, advertised their property as 'a stunning barn conversion with excellent equestrian facilities' set in the countryside near Buckland village, in Oxfordshire.
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Comment on Meghan Markle must help Prince Harry ‘sort himself out’ & heal rift with Prince William, royal expert claims by Lydia Hawken
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The Crown recap: Here's where we left the royals at the end of season two
Brush up on your royal knowledge ahead of the new series...
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People are photoshopping their knuckles on Instagram to create ‘perfect’ fingers
They look so weird.
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Tourist dies after falling from waterfall while trying to take a selfie in Thailand, police say
Beauty spot claimed another visitor's life in July
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Crystal Palace must kick on after run of horror fixtures, says Gary Cahill
Crystal Palace must be ready to kick on once they emerge from a horror run of fixtures, Gary Cahill has warned.
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Very Ralph review – a flashy designer documentary that's so last season
HBO’s look at Ralph Lauren’s multi-billion-dollar fashion empire delves into an American Dream come true. But post–Trump, it feels more grotesque than glitzyThe rags-to-riches story of Ralph Lauren is something to behold. Born Ralph Lifshitz on 14 October 1939 in the Bronx to Ashkenazi Jewish parents from Belarus, he shared a bedroom with his two brothers and had no formal fashion training. Instead of going to a prestigious fashion school, he started his career flogging ties from a drawer in a showroom in the Empire State Building. Now, that is but a distant memory; Lauren’s brand is worth $6.3bn and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. With a style that is a fever dream of WASP-ish Americana – timeless and conservative – the Ralph Lauren story feels like perfect fodder for a documentary like HBO’s Very Ralph, which aired in the US earlier this week and in the UK on Friday.Director Susan Lacy tells the fairytale breathlessly, while also showing that Lauren was at the forefront of many of today’s fashion concerns, from athleisure to increasing diversity in his ad campaigns (he made waves when he featured Tyson Beckford, an African American model, as the face of his suits). And yet, despite all this potential, the film falls flat. Instead of narrative tension we are fed endless scenes of his charmed life: here’s Ralph throwing the first pitch at a Yankees baseball game, or emotionally embracing Oprah, or dressing up like the Marlboro Man in a dusty cowboy hat and tight blue jeans to stand round the fire at his Montauk ranch. Lacy only hints at the hollowness behind Lauren’s Jay Gatsby-esque persona. “It’s performance art in which you participate. It’s a stage set in which the clothes are on sale,” says fashion writer Judith Thurman, talking about Ralph Lauren shops, though she could be dissecting the man himself. Continue reading...
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One dead after minibus and car crash injuring another 20 people
The minibus overturned after being involved in a collision with a car in Cambridgeshire yesterday afternoon.
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The flooding in Fishlake – a photo essay
Since 2007 photographer Gideon Mendel has been working on Drowning World, an art and advocacy project about flooding. The series has taken him to India, the Philippines, the USA, France, Bangladesh and Haiti – and now a South Yorkshire villageAlmost 150 flood warnings remain in place across Britain after more heavy rain fell last night. While the Met Office is forecasting the rains to finally ease off today, heavy downpours overnight have increased the number of flood warnings in effect. Continue reading...
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Liam Gallagher apologises to fan who had urine thrown at them at gig: 'That's a proper p***-take'
Singer kicked off his UK tour in Cardiff this week
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'Look at the ass on her': Michael Bloomberg's comments about women under scrutiny as he enters 2020 race
Former New York mayor is yet to apologise for sexist comments
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Boris Johnson hits out at 'ridiculous' question over whether he is relatable during BBC interview
Boris Johnson hit out at a "ridiculous" question over whether he believes he is relatable during an interview with BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty.
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Björk interview: 'Greta Thunberg is outrageously strong and incorruptible'
Björk at the O2 Arena is a concept that might have made more sense in the Nineties, if only the venue had existed. That was when the Icelandic musician was making platinum-selling albums, her startling, vaulting voice front and centre in pop culture. Today the mainstream is a distant memory as the 53-year-old, together with her recent close collaborator, the Venezuelan producer Alejandro "Arca" Ghersi, experiments with sound and song structure in ever more elaborate ways. Her most recent album, Utopia (2017), is dazzlingly beautiful, borne aloft on massed flutes and birdsong — but low on daytime radio hits, shall we say.
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FactWatch: Testing Nicola Sturgeon's claim leaving the customs union and single market 'will cost every person in Scotland £1,600'
Elections are a time of claim and counter-claim. Throughout the 2019 campaign the Evening Standard and factchecking organisation FullFact will be testing some of those statements in our FactWatch column and delivering the verdict whether they are right or wrong
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Man wanders into McDonald's with serious injuries after trio viciously attack him...he was found unconscious in street hours later
Police have said two men have been arrested and remain in custody
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Arthur Russell: Iowa Dream review – lopsided, funky and staggeringly beautiful
(Audika)This collection of unreleased tracks from the electronic pioneer is a treasure trove of Russell’s guileless, always melodic songsWhen he died in 1992 of Aids-related illnesses at the age of 40, Arthur Russell left behind one of the most staggeringly beautiful bodies of songwriting ever – and it is still emerging. This compilation of unreleased tracks from his archive mostly date from the mid-1970s, recalling the country-tinged songwriting collected on 2008’s Love Is Overtaking Me, with a scattering of the lopsided, slightly wacky funk and new wave he scaled up to in the 80s. Continue reading...
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Lucas Torreira could leave Arsenal in January as Napoli set for key talks with Raul Sanllehi
He's been playing out of position this season.
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All the North Yorkshire General Election 2019 candidates
The Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, Brexit Party, Green Party and other and independent candidates standing in December's election in Richmond (Yorks), Thirsk and Malton, Skipton and Ripon, Selby and Ainsty, Harrogate and Knaresborough, Scarborough and Whitby, York Outer and York Central
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Man City forward Raheem Sterling praised by Liverpool FC fans over Joe Gomez message
Raheem Sterling defended Joe Gomez after the Liverpool defender was booed by some England fans.
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I’m A Celebrity stars dive right in as Ant and Dec kick off series in style
What a bunch of keen beans.
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Ben Stokes: Why I don't want to be England Test captain
Ben Stokes insists he would never consider taking on the England Test captaincy because of the detrimental effect the job could have on his cricket.
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Nearly 300 flood warnings and alerts still in place after another night of heavy rain
The Environment Agency says it is working to protect people and properties in Yorkshire, Derbyshire and the Midlands
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'Near psychopathic': London bar that lets you 'hunt wild animals'
Bar says that it 'does not condone violence against animals'
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North Korea calls Joe Biden a 'rabid dog' nearing death
State media claims 'time has come for him to depart his life'
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Joseph McCann trial: Young woman tells of determination to survive '14-hour rape ordeal'... 'I need to make sure he doesn't kill me'
'He kept saying he needed to find a kid and he was going to make me rape a kid. He was talking, talking, talking all the time'
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Adorable giant panda twins named after reaching 100 days old
Adorable giant panda twins have been named after reaching 100 days old.
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The moment Ruud van Nistelrooy made Cristiano Ronaldo cry at Manchester United
Louis Saha has spoken about the two former Man Utd greats who he played alongside under Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.
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'We will get the numbers down': Boris Johnson pledges to reduce 'very high' unskilled immigration
The Prime Minister said he was 'a pro-immigration politician' but said that current levels were putting a 'strain' on public services and held down wages.
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Fortnite does Star Wars! How to get the Imperial Stormtrooper skin and find that Star Destroyer
Gamers rejoice: Fortnite has finally joined forces with Star Wars
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General election: Flustered Boris Johnson refuses to say how many children he has
Boris Johnson said he would not comment about his children when pressed by BBC presenter Rachel Burden about education funding and state schools during a Q&A session on 5Live
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Brexit news latest: Boris Johnson warned trade deal will be Canada minus if Britain severs ties with EU
Germany and France will offer Britain a limited free trade deal if the Government seeks to sever close ties with the EU, a leading expert on Europe warned today.
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Police update as teenager arrested after four stabbed outside Oldham Leisure Centre
Three of the injured teenagers remain in hospital this morning
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Simply spiced: Mallika Basu's pumpkin, chickpea and black cardamom stew with chilli oil
A hearty stew for cooler nights
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MotoGP rider Michele Pirro's bike goes up in flames at start of practice
Italian rider Michele Pirro had to deal with a fiery end to his free practice session in Valencia ahead of the final MotoGP race of the season
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BT Sport confirm they have beaten ITV to retain Champions League rights in £1.2bn deal
BT Sport have pipped ITV to retain the rights to show Champions League in the UK until 2024 in a huge boost to the broadcaster
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BrewDog is opening a Manchester beer hotel - with can fridges in the showers
The Manchester Kennels will be dog-friendly and guests will get a welcome craft beer at check-in
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Hong Kong justice minister ambushed in London by pro-democracy protesters
Teresa Cheng sustained a hand injury after she was surrounded by a group by activists who chanted ‘murderer’ and ‘shameful.’
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Prince Andrew interrogated over Epstein orgy claims in 'no-holds-barred' BBC interview
Duke of York has never spoken publicly about relationship with billionaire
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 'What a ridiculous thing': Boris Johnson hits out at Naga Munchetty'
Boris Johnson today branded Naga Munchetty's interview questions 'ridiculous' after the BBC Breakfast presenter quizzed him about whether he believes he's 'relatable'.
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Average commute now takes 59 minutes with workers travelling for longer than ever before
We're all spending longer getting to and from work
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Shedunnit – how Agatha Christie became cinema hot property
With his new film Knives Out, Rian Johnson has rescued the crime writer from cosy evening telly and recast her for the here and nowA housekeeper finds the body of her multimillionaire boss in the study, his throat slit, a knife having dripped blood all over the white sheepskin rug. “Shit!” she says. It was unlike Agatha Christie to open a novel with a swearword. But this is not one of her books. It’s the first line of Knives Out, the outrageously fun homage to the queen of crime from Rian Johnson, the director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Knives Out stars Daniel Craig as a hot Poirot, the world-famous Louisiana private detective Benoit Blanc, hired to investigate the death of bestselling crime writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer).The police believe the case is an open-and-shut suicide; Blanc thinks otherwise. “I suspect foul play,” he says with a hokey deep-fried southern drawl. Was Thrombey killed by a member of his own family? A loathsome bunch; any one of them could be the killer. Continue reading...
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England defender Ben Chilwell insists whole squad is behind Joe Gomez
The Liverpool defender was jeered by home fans at Wembley as he came on as a second-half substitute in the 7-0 win that sealed Euro 2020 qualification
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