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Doctor left stunned and ‘disappointed’ after Trump uses his image to falsely suggest Covid is a ‘scam’
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All the unanswered questions after The Undoing revealed who killed Elena Alves
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Arsenal vs Rapid Vienna predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Europa League fixture
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Is Arsenal vs Rapid Vienna on TV? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch Europa League fixture
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A 19-year-old with no underlying health conditions has died of coronavirus
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Taylor Swift previews ‘Love Story’ rerecording on Ryan Reynolds Match.com advert
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Crowd swarm Debenhams for last minute bargains as stores set to close
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Mum, 32, 'invited two boys, 14, back to her home and had sex with one of them'
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South Africa no longer deems Brits too 'high risk' as it re-opens to tourists
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Can't get to the theatre this Christmas? Open an online advent calendar
Until theatre lovers can experience that alchemy on stage again, this initiative is one way to brighten up the month for those who can’t visit a venueNever mind The Nutcracker – the most fun I had at the theatre last Christmas, in fact all last year, was with a nut-hunting squirrel. Staged in an attic space at the Egg theatre in Bath, Kate Cross and Tim Bell’s half-hour show for under-fives let loose a puppet rodent on a brilliant Bauhaus-style set. Everything about it worked. The young audience huddled together and played around actor-puppeteer Caroline Garland who told the story with them, not to them, and the sense of alchemy you feel in great theatre-making ended with a final flourish that still makes me smile.This Christmas, of course, that sort of show just couldn’t be staged – although the Egg does have a couple of socially distanced festive productions. But what’s this? Squirrel is back and co-starring with the hero of one of the Egg’s past Christmas plays, Snow Mouse. The Egg is one of several UK theatres to have created an online advent calendar to brighten up the month for kids who may not be able to visit a venue. It’s an inspired move, particularly as Christmas is the only time of the year that many families get to the theatre. Continue reading...
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Toddler decides to ‘copy Mr Tumble’ and decorate living room carpet with a tub of Sudocrem
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Matt Hancock says vaccine rollout will be ‘one of the biggest civilian logistical efforts nation has faced’
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Congratulations Elliot Page - and sorry you weren’t given even one day to be happy before the backlash began
Yesterday, the star who plays Vanya in The Umbrella Academy came out as transgender. I just wish more people could have welcomed him
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No10 distances PM from Matt Hancock claim Brexit sped up new Covid-19 vaccine
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Mark Drakeford barred from 100 Welsh pubs after banning alcohol
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Lebanon's president expresses hope for Israel border talks
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Boy, 7, runs marathon with his dad in lockdown to help families going hungry
Finley Dye, 7, from Watford, wanted to help families in need after learning about foodbanks on the news.
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Manchester United’s transfer drive to sign Europe’s best young players put into context by Brexit announcement
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Hungary's rightwing rulers downplay MEP 'gay orgy' scandal amid hypocrisy accusations
József Szájer has boasted of rewriting constitution to define marriage as heterosexual institutionHungary’s rightwing ruling party has tried to brush off accusations of hypocrisy over a “gay orgy” scandal in Brussels, involving one of its inner circle, the MEP József Szájer.The prime minister, Viktor Orbán, and his ruling Fidesz party have enacted a range of legislation infringing on LGBT rights in the past decade, and Szájer himself boasted of personally rewriting Hungary’s constitution to define marriage as a heterosexual institution in 2011. Continue reading...
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Alexa is repeating antisemitism and conspiracy theories – we will be raising the matter in parliament
We should not underestimate the potential damage of this casual racism being fed into millions of homes around the world
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Arsenal ready to speak to Manchester City misfit John Stones over January transfer move
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The inevitable collapse of Arcadia is a cautionary tale for British capitalism | Larry Elliott
Philip Green favoured making a fast buck over investing in response to retail’s changing landscape – and he paid the pricePhilip Green wasn’t much cop at capitalism. That may sound a strange way to describe a very wealthy man who lives on an ocean-going yacht moored in the tax haven of Monaco. It perhaps sounds doubly weird given that Arcadia consists of some of the best known names on the high street: Topshop, Wallis, Miss Selfridge and Dorothy Perkins among them. Related: From fashion forward to slightly awkward: the mixed bag of Philip Green brands Continue reading...
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Dad was ‘abnormally calm’ after ‘murdering his baby while sexually assaulting her’
Austin Stevens is said to have been 'abnormally calm' after allegedly raping and murdering 10 month-old Zara Scruggs
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Ulrika Jonsson 'squeezing in' as much sex as possible after passionless marriage
The TV star said the menopause shouldn't mean an end to great sex as she opened up about bedroom antics
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Yemen war: 11 children killed in past three days
UN warns of record numbers of children suffering from starvation
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Surge in Covid vaccine misinformation ‘could cost lives’
'In previous pandemics and health crises around the world, this kind of misinformation has cost lives.’
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Susannah Constantine braves four degree water to go wild swimming outdoors in freezing November
Rather her than us!
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Gogglebox’s Tom Malone Jr could quit series as he moves in with girlfriend
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WHO says masks should be worn in workplaces, at school and at home with visitors in updated guidance
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Glossybox collaborates with Fenty Beauty for a beauty box that’s just £30
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Can forming new micro-habits really help change your life for the better?
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Taylor Swift debuts re-recorded version of Love Story for Ryan Reynolds’ hilarious Match advert
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Pat Patterson dead: WWE legend, Royal Rumble creator and wrestling’s ‘first gay superstar’ dies aged 79
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A third of UK children do not see themselves reflected in books, finds survey
Responses from 60,000 young readers show 33% feel unrepresented, with an even worse picture among poorer and minority ethnic readers A third of children in the UK do not see themselves in the books they read, according to a survey of almost 60,000 children and young people by the National Literacy Trust.The responses from 58,346 children and young people aged nine to 18 were gathered between January and mid-March, in what the NLT is calling the first large-scale exploration of diversity in children’s books that focuses on children’s own experiences. Continue reading...
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Trump will only pass $740bn defence bill in exchange for Section 230 repeal to cripple social media firms
Mr Trump alleges tech companies are biased against conservative views
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Who are Rishi Sunak’s in-laws, the Indian entrepreneurs wealthier than the Queen?
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Queen tipped to see royal relatives over Christmas - with Fergie and Andrew living nearby
QUEEN ELIZABETH II and Prince Philip may be visited by a number of royals over the festive period - including Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, who live just a stone's throw away from Windsor Castle.
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Australian telescope creates ‘Google Maps’ of the night sky
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