Little girl, 4, finds dinosaur fossil while walking on the beach with her dad

Experts are studying the 220 million-year-old find, which they hailed as the best dinosaur footprint found in the UK in 10 years.
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Inside Politics: No 10 tells EU to ‘shake off’ Brexit bitterness
Brexit minister David Frost appears in no mood for peace and reconciliation over the protocol, writes Adam Forrest
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Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot exchange messages before Manchester United’s clash with AC Milan
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Oprah interview: Celebrity reaction
Celebrities have been left divided by Oprah's interview with Harry and Meghan, with some stars heaping praise on the Royal couple as others slam the Duchess as a 'liar' and a 'gross disaster'.
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‘How bad can it get?’: Why Liverpool’s alarming decline may still get worse
Defeat at home by Fulham marked a new low for Jurgen Klopp’s side - but it was far from a surprise
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Meghan Markle praised for 'bringing down an entire empire' by US Congressman
A US congressman has taken to social media to declare that Meghan Markle is dismantling the British "empire", adding that he is "here for it".
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Meghan 'still haunted' by red carpet photo taken when she was pregnant
Meghan Markle says she doesn't look at photos of herself in the media, but admits a friend sent her a snap from the red carpet back in 2019 and she found it deeply upsetting
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not paid for doing Oprah interview
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle took part in a jaw-dropping, tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey - but the couple were not paid for their participation
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Zimbabwe's women battle gender discrimination amid pandemic
From driving trucks and fixing cars to encouraging girls living with disabilities to find productive places in society, many women in Zimbabwe are refusing to be defined by their gender, even as the pandemic hits them hardest and imposes extra burdens
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Fans react to Oprah ‘masterclass’ interview with Harry and Meghan
‘A journalism interviewing masterclass,’ Twitter users react to Oprah Winfrey’s conversation with former royals
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Meghan claims Royal asked her 'how dark' her baby's skin would be
The Duke and Duchess accused a member of the royal family of racism
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Megan Markle Reveals Heartbreaking Truth About Red Carpet Picture That Still ‘Haunts’ Her
Megan Markle has revealed she is “still haunted” by a photograph of herself at a red carpet event while pregnant with her son Archie.The Duchess of Sussex appeared tearful during her and Prince Harry’s extensive interview with Oprah Winfrey when she described the hidden pain she was carrying during the public appearance in January 2019.Photographs taken at the premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s Totem show at the Royal Albert Hall show a beaming Meghan wearing a full-length navy sequin Roland Mouret gown, holding hands with her suited husband.But Meghan said the images – described as “so great” by a friend who shared them with her – had a deeply upsetting context because she had just told her husband she did not want to live anymore.She told Oprah: “One of the things that still haunts me is this photograph that someone had sent me, we had to go to an official event at the Royal Albert Hall.“A friend said: ‘I know you don’t look at pictures, but oh my god, you guys look so great’ and sent it to me.“I zoomed in and what I saw was the truth of what that moment was, because right before we had to leave for that (event), I had just had that conversation with Harry that morning.”Oprah asked: “That you don’t want to be alive anymore?”Meghan said: “Yeah. It was like: These are the thoughts I am having in the middle of the night that are very clear, and I’m scared because this is very real. This is methodical, and it is not who I am.”Meghan said Harry suggested she did not attend the event, but she told her husband she “can’t be left alone”.She said: “And we went. And that picture, if you zoom in, what I see is how tightly his knuckles are gripped around me.“You can see the whites of our knuckles because we are smiling and doing our job, but we are both just trying to hold on.“Every time those lights went down in that royal box, I was just weeping.“He [Harry] was gripping my hand and it was ‘Okay an intermission’s coming, the lights are about to come on, everyone’s looking at us again’ … and you had to just be ‘on’ again.“You have no idea what’s going on for someone behind closed doors. You’ve no idea.“Even the people that smile the biggest smiles and shine the brightest lights, it seems.”CBS Presents Oprah with Meghan and Harry airs on ITV at 9pm tonight and on ITV Hub.Useful websites and helplinesMind, open Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm on 0300 123 3393.Samaritans offers a listening service which is open 24 hours a day, on 116 123 (UK and ROI - this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill).CALM (the Campaign Against Living Miserably) offer a helpline open 5pm-midnight, 365 days a year, on 0800 58 58 58, and a webchat service.The Mix is a free support service for people under 25. Call 0808 808 4994 or email help@themix.org.ukRethink Mental Illness offers practical help through its advice line which can be reached on 0808 801 0525 (Monday to Friday 10am-4pm). More info can be found on rethink.org.MEGHAN AND HARRY:Serena Williams Praises ‘Selfless Friend’ Meghan Markle Following Airing Of Oprah Winfrey InterviewThe 12 Biggest Bombshells From Meghan And Harry's Explosive Interview With Oprah WinfreyMeghan Markle Reveals Royal Family Member Expressed Racist Concerns Over Son’s Skin Colour
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Deliveroo to pay drivers up to £10,000 each as it prepares to enter stock market
Every rider who has worked with Deliveroo for at least one year and has completed 2,000 orders will receive £200, and the average payment per eligible rider will be £440. Around 100 will receive the full £10,000 reward
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On International Women’s Day, we need to pledge to stop using regressive phrases like ‘man up’
In 2021, empathy and respect for all genders is not a big ask – it’s easy to adapt language and use words that are inclusive and do not cause offence
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How Luke Shaw became Manchester United’s second-most important player
Shaw is second only to Bruno Fernandes when it comes to making United tick
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Deliveroo reveals £224m loss as it nears London stock market float
The Amazon-backed company has announced its expected intention to list in a move expected to value the company at more than £7 billion.
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Duchess of Sussex claims Kate 'made her cry' before wedding in Oprah interview
The Duchess spoke out in an interview with Oprah that is being shown in the UK tonight
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Protesters paralyze Lebanon amid political, economic crisis
Protesters have closed all major roads leading to the Lebanese capital, causing traffic jams and triggering a call by the head of the hospitals union who warned that such moves are preventing oxygen supplies from reaching medical centers treating coronavirus patients
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Meghan Markle's heartbreaking final regret about leaving royal family with Harry
Oprah Winfrey asked Meghan Markle and Prince Harry if they had any regrets about their decision to quit the royal family - and the Duchess of Sussex was very honest in her answer
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Good Morning Britain guest slams Piers Morgan for being a 'liar and a disgrace'
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan endured an on air feud with Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu as they discussed the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview
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Recovering from cancer has showed me the difficulty of 'returning to normal' | Suleika Jaouad
Once the pandemic is under control, many will want to carry on like before, but I know from experience that may not be possibleAlmost a decade ago, on the morning of my 23rd birthday, I awoke with a pain in my abdomen. I was undergoing treatment for leukemia, my chance of long-term survival 35%. I’d spent the past month in isolation, meaning I wasn’t allowed to leave my hospital room. All visitors donned face masks, and the air was perfumed with the scent of antiseptic and a sense of hypervigilance. Back then, I felt alone in this experience. Of course I wasn’t to know, almost a decade later, that dealing with quarantine, the fear of infection and the sense of distance from others would become so widespread as to be almost universal.That morning, I didn’t mention the pain to anyone. In fact, I was so desperate to go home that I struggled out of bed and into the chair next to it. I was hoping to embody a picture of health and strength, so the doctors would see no reason to keep me. When they came by, they were half-convinced. I seemed to be improving, they said, but they’d check back later and decide on whether to discharge me then. Continue reading...
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Case of reporter facing trial over BLM coverage seen as attack on press rights
Iowa journalist Andrea Sahouri was arrested and charged last year while covering a Black Lives Matter protest A journalist will face trial in Iowa on Monday on charges arising from her arrest while covering a Black Lives Matter protest last year, in a case condemned by Amnesty International and news organizations across the US as an assault on press freedom. Related: These US cities defunded police: 'We're transferring money to the community' Continue reading...
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'We can’t see our own families but we’re there for other people's families' – in pictures
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Meet Jesse Collins, TV's most requested producer
The calls keep coming in for veteran TV producer Jesse Collins
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Jose Mourinho hails Gareth Bale impact as Tottenham’s attack catches fire
Spurs have won five straight in all competitions after easing past Crystal Palace to move up to sixth in the Premier League
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Guilt, envy, distrust: Vaccine rollout breeds mixed emotions
As the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines widens in the U.S., varying eligibility rules and unequal access to the coveted doses are sometimes breeding feelings of guilt, envy and judgement
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Gerrard’s Rangers tactical evolution and his three potential Liverpool line-ups
On the same day Steven Gerrard marked the crowning moment of his short managerial career, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool slump hit its lowest ebb.
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Home and Away Willow star Sarah Roberts reveals sexist attitudes in her DJ-ing career
Sarah explains her pride in her achievements for International Women's Day.
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Seven money-saving hacks to boost your finances this week
There are always deals to be found - if you know where to look.
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10 soap spoilers this week: Coronation Street Peter health terror, EastEnders sad death, Emmerdale miscarriage trauma, Hollyoaks drugs terror
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Emmerdale star reveals she was asked if she was pregnant as she discusses expectations of women
Natalie Ann Jamieson spoke to Metro.co.uk to talk International Women's Day and so much more.
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Thailand charges more activists with sedition, royal insults
Prosecutors in Thailand have charged 18 pro-democracy activists with sedition, while lodging additional charges of insulting the monarchy against three of them
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How a great love of Whitney Houston helped me say goodbye to my mum
As a teen punk with a Whitney-obsessed mum, belting out the greatest hits in the car converted me to her delicious melodrama – and comforted me in a time of griefRead more from The fandom that made me seriesIn her early 20s, my mum’s reputation as a Whitney Houston fan – and an unstoppable dancer – preceded her. It was the mid-80s, and she was a newly qualified physiotherapist living in Acton. After work, her khaki-coloured Fiat 127 became a karaoke spot for her friends, hosting warbled singalongs, windows rolled down, to the vocalist’s early classics.I remember her belting out Whitney (often with wildly incorrect lyrics) around our house growing up. Mum’s enthusiastic singing was a permanent fixture, like the kitchen table. Even now, when I return to the house I grew up in, I still hear her cackling away and butchering the high notes of I Will Always Love You. Continue reading...
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Wendy’s reveals what will be on the UK menu as the US chain prepares to open new branches
The chain is returning to our shores after 21 years.
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Piers Morgan denies his white privilege as ‘race-baiting nonsense’ as he’s slammed for Meghan and Harry comments
The TV presenter clashed with Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu.
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Boris Johnson news – live: PM accused of ‘balancing books on backs of starving people’ with Yemen aid cut
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Mumford & Sons banjoist sparks backlash with tweet supporting controversial right-wing journalist Andy Ngo
Online critics have described the post as an ‘endorsement of fascism’
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Sir Alex Ferguson was arrested and jailed after a drunken fight
The legendary Manchester United boss was struggling to break into the first team at St Johnstone at the time and after hitting the bottle was involved in a drunken brawl
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Royal Family LIVE: Prince Harry cut off by Charles – only Diana's inheritance to live on
PRINCE HARRY admitted he only had his late mother Princess Diana's inheritance to live on when he stepped down as a senior royal after his father Prince Charles "cut off" royal support.
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Jose Mourinho hits back at critics as Tottenham reach 100-goal landmark - ‘Not bad for a negative team!’
Jose Mourinho watched his Tottenham side rack up their 100th goal of the season in Sunday’s thumping of Crystal Palace and then quipped: “It’s not bad for a negative team!” 
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Covid news - live: Schools return and care homes visiting eased as first stage out of lockdown arrives
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When is International Women’s Day and how is it celebrated?
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New on Netflix in March 2021: Every movie and TV show being added this week
Full list of everything joining the service throughout the next seven days
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Bethenny Frankel apologises for Meghan Markle tweet after interview: ‘It must feel suffocating and powerless’
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UN chief says UK 'balancing books on the backs of the starving' with aid cut
Mark Lowcock, a former permanent secretary at the Department for International Development, warned the move amounted to 'balancing the books on the backs of the starving'.
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International Women’s Day: Model Ellie Goldstein on why it’s so important to celebrate women
The groundbreaking model shares her story with Prudence Wade.
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