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Thomas Cook: 50,000 customers still waiting for holiday refunds
Repayment deadline has been missed
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Holly Willoughby fights back tears over Phillip Schofield and This Morning amid ‘rift’ rumours: ‘There’s a lot of history’
What feud?
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WWE Raw recap: Rusev and Lana get divorced as he makes final demand to face Bobby Lashley
What happened in this week's Raw? All the action.
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Who was Bertha von Suttner? Today's Google Doodle honours the first female Nobel Peace Prize winner and author
Google is honouring a leading figure in the peace movement whose work continues in The Netherlands today.
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Frozen’s Jonathan Groff joins Keanu Reeves for The Matrix 4 as Lana Wachowski returns
It's a match made in heaven.
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Naughty dog Porridge destroys everything in the house – but is best friends with little girl
Porridge's owner says she 'still loves the little sh*t'.
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Duterte to lift martial law in southern Philippines
Law imposed two and a half years ago to try to stop Islamic State gaining presenceRodrigo Duterte will lift martial law in the southern Philippines by year’s end, his spokesman has said, more than two years after it was imposed in an attempt to stop the Islamic State group gaining a foothold there.The president put the Mindanao region under military rule in May 2017, hours after gunmen flying the black Isis flag seized the mainly Muslim city of Marawi, sparking a five-month battle that left 1,200 people dead. Continue reading...
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Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield shut down rumours of a rift and insist they are "best mates"
They have presented This Morning together since 2009
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At least six dead after gunman opens fire in hospital
The gunman who opened fire on a Czech Republic hospital is still at large, say officials and police.
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Piers Morgan claims ‘everyone needs a fat-shamer if you’re fat’ in controversial debate
'We all need a bit of fat-shaming really.'
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Chilean military plane 'disappears' en route to Antarctica with nearly 40 on board
No emergency signals activated as military launches search and rescue operation
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Former Coronation Street star Lucy-Jo Hudson on the pregnancy craving that is 'killing' her partner
The soap star opens up about her second pregnancy and confirmed she's expecting a baby boy
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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez flash winning smiles after her Golden Globe nomination for Hustlers
She’s got a whole lot to smile about.
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Buy a classic sport photograph: the big splash
The tenth of a Guardian Print Shop series featuring classic sports images from the likes of Gerry Cranham, Mark Leech and Tom Jenkins – yours to own for just £55 including free deliveryWhile most other photographers took their places on the sidelines of the athletics track at the White City stadium for the 1965 British Games, photographer Gerry Cranham, always hunting something a little different, ducked down alongside one of the steeplechase hurdles and awaited his quarry. He knew his low vantage point, combined with the mirror-like surface of the water, would offer a crisp reflection of the action and the surrounding architecture; he knew, too, that having athletes leaping over his shoulder into the drink would fill the frame with drama. The resulting image is a dynamic example of Cranham’s vision and craft – it’s also a memento of one of London’s long-lost sporting stadia. Erected for the 1908 Olympics, the 93,000-capacity venue played host to numerous British Games, as well as greyhound racing, speedway, boxing, Queens Park Rangers Football Club and a match at the 1966 World Cup before being razed in 1985 to make way for the expansion of the BBC’s headquarters. Continue reading...
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Russia 'emboldened' by lenient anti-doping punishments, claims Usada chief Travis Tygart
United States Anti-Doping Agency's chief executive has been one of Wada's fiercest critics over their handling of the Russian doping scandal
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Spygate 2? New England Patriots admit filming at Bengals game
Super Bowl champions caught filming Browns v BengalsCoach Bill Belichick: ‘We 100% have zero involvement’The New England Patriots acknowledged on Monday night that a video crew working for the team filmed the Cincinnati Bengals sideline during Sunday’s game, a violation of league rules that echoed the team’s 2007 Spygate scandal.In a statement posted on Twitter and the team website, the Patriots said a three-person crew for a web series titled Do Your Job inappropriately filmed the field from the press box as part of a feature on the scouting department. The filming took place without specific knowledge of league rules, the statement said. Continue reading...
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UK GDP: Economic uncertainty expected to weigh on growth - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including October’s UK GDP growth reportEconomists predict growth of 0.1% in OctoberBut the last quarter could be flat 8.01am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. Today we get the final healthcheck on the UK economy before Thursday’s election, and it may not cheer the spirits. Related: General election: Swinson says Johnson's language puts EU citizens at risk of hate crimes – live “Trading over November and the Black Friday period was below expectations, with lower than anticipated margins and sell through.Wow. Struggling Ted Baker throws the kitchen sink at recovery: CEO is out after 22 years with company, chairman on his way too, divi suspended, profit warning. And there's still the internal fallout of #Huggate too... Continue reading...
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Ivanka Trump was personal friends with British spy who compiled Russia dossier
Intelligence officer has visited the family at Trump Tower
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M1 traffic: M1 CLOSED after horror smash - five miles of queues
THE M1 has been closed - sparking miles of tailbacks - after a horror rush-hour smash this morning.
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New Zealand eruption: Police launch investigation after volcano kills at least five and leaves 31 injured
'There will be bigger questions in relation to this event. They must be asked and answered,' says PM Ardern
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France braces for further strikes over pension changes
Transport chaos continues as government stands firm in face of nationwide protestsFrench unions are staging a second round of mass street demonstrations as the country entered its sixth day of a nationwide strike and transport standstill over proposed plans to change the pensions system.The government’s standoff with unions continued as the prime minister, Édouard Philippe, said he would stand firm and announce details of the pension changes on Wednesday, with speculation over possible concessions on the start date in order to diffuse growing tensions on the streets. Continue reading...
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Money laundering arrest after man blasted in chest in Openshaw shooting
A police cordon surrounded a property on Bob Massey Close last night
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer receives full backing from Manchester United owners
A boost for Solskjaer.
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I haven’t voted in 20 years and will spoil my ballot on Thursday
This small act of resistance makes me feel powerful.
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Arsenal goals: Watch highlights as Martinelli, Pepe and Aubameyang score in fightback at West Ham
Arsenal hit three goals in a chaotic nine-minute spell to seal a 3-1 comeback victory at West Ham and end a nine-match winless run in the process.
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New England Patriots admit to filming Cincinnati Bengals in Spygate sequel
The Patriots were filming at First Energy Stadium for a web series called 'Do Your Job'
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Botched patient demands breast implants on head but warned it could kill her: ‘Don’t be a pioneer’
The model wants an extreme new addition to her body.
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Clown 'Bobby Bubbles', 49, jailed for 14 years after raping child
Robert Jamieson, 49, who worked as a clown across Hull, repeatedly raped and abused a 13-year-old girl. He denied any wrongdoing but has now been jailed for 14 years.
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The best homeware gifts for Christmas 2019
If you know someone who loves spending time in the kitchen or is a fan of entertaining then homeware can be a fun and thoughtful gift.
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Military plane from Chile 'disappears' with 38 people on board
A military transport plane carrying 38 people has disappeared en route to Antarctica.
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Barcelona star Luis Suarez meets Lautaro Martinez, the man who could replace him at Camp Nou
Two and a half years before Barcelona's Champions League collapse in Roma, the Blaugrana travelled to Stadio Olimpico for a group game in the continental competition.
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Disabled athlete Tanni Grey-Thompson reveals she was told it was 'disgusting' she was pregnant
speaking to the BBC, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, 50, from Cardiff, said doctors offered her a termination when she was pregnant with her daughter Carys, now 17.
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Wetherspoons to create 10,000 new jobs in £200m spending spree
Tim Martin has announced the news today
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Next Arsenal manager odds: Carlo Ancelotti 'seriously considering' Napoli exit tonight amid Gunners links
Mikel Arteta remains the bookies' favourite for the Arsenal job but Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti has entered the race again.
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BTS comeback and new album rumoured for February 2020
Could it be?
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Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson says she was stopped in street and asked 'how did you get pregnant?
Athlete, who was born with spina bifida, became pregnant with daughter Carys in 2001
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Jacqueline Jossa debuts new look after I'm a Celeb as she sheds 'doormat' image
I'm a Celeb winner Jacqueline Jossa has debuted a glamorous new look after discovering a newfound confidence
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Mel B takes new sexual partners on a joint trip to the clinic for STI tests and, tbh, that’s a great idea
Better safe than sorry.
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At least four people dead as gunman opens fire at Czech hospital
At least four people have killed after a gunman opened fire at hospital in the Czech Republic.
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Trolls claim photo of boy on hospital floor was faked by Labour activists
The shocking image has caused embarrassment for Boris Johnson just days ahead of the General Election.
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Capri-Sun is making some changes and fans of the drink won't be happy
If it ain't broke...
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Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage insists he will spoil ballot paper rather than vote for any other party
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that he would rather spoil his ballot paper rather than vote for the Conservative Party.
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100mph gale-force winds will batter Britain until election day as Storm Brendan sweeps in
Britons are bracing themselves for severe weather conditions set to lash the country with rain and 100mph winds today. Yellow warnings remain in place across large swathes of the UK.
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Patrick Reeds adamant he 'did not cheat' as Presidents Cup gets personal
Australian Cameron Smith maintains Reed was "cheating the rules" at the Hero World Challenge last week
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