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Coronavirus: Regulator rejects Matt Hancock’s claim that UK got vaccine first because of Brexit
German ambassador says vaccine approval is ‘not a national story’
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French zoo where guests could feed cheese and whipped cream to lions and tigers has animals seized
Two lions cubs and one tiger cub were among the 14 big cats seized by the authorities at the 'self-acclaimed rescue foundation Caresse de Tigre in Arelaune-en-Seine, near Paris.
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Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin shuts ALL his pubs in Wales from Friday
Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin confirmed more than 50 of his pubs across Wales will shut their doors at 6pm on Friday after the First Minister Mark Drakeford banned the sale of alcohol.
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Tory rebels more likely to vote against Government again, Boris Johnson warned
Senior Tory MPs today warned that MPs “blooded” in last night’s record Tory rebellion will be more likely to vote against the Government again.
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Mum saves £150 by making her own oversized bauble wreath
She bought new baubles but you could do it for less if you already have those lying around.
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Alien-hunting ‘GoldenEye’ Arecibo telescope collapses into ruins
Heartbreaking pictures show the famous 'GoldenEye' telescope shattered and broken
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Sadio Mane's heartfelt tribute to Papa Bouba Diop in Liverpool's win over Ajax
The former Fulham and West Ham midfielder recently passed away at the age of 42 and Mane paid his respects to his Senegalese compatriot
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Graham Linehan briefly returns to Twitter to fight open letter of support for trans people, only to be kicked off again
The Father Ted creator boasted about his stunt.
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Lab-grown meat to go on sale for first time
Singapore Food Agency approves ‘cell-cultured chicken’, making it the first country in the world to give the go-ahead to sales of lab-created meat
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Julie Bindel: Keira Bell’s victory over Gender Identity Development Service in court will give teenagers better protection
Keira Bell’s victory in the High Court will, in my view, mean better protection for young lesbians and gender non-conforming girls.  
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Queen's Windsor decs unveiled as she prepares to spend Xmas there without family
The Queen and Prince Philip have announced they won't be spending Christmas with Prince Charles, Prince William, Kate Middleton and their great grandkids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, as they're doing their bit to stop the spread of coronavirus
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Tiger King viewers brand 2020 a ‘social experiment’ as reports suggest Trump may pardon Joe Exotic
‘I didn’t think Joe Exotic would be making a reappearance in the 2020 finale,’ one Twitter user joked
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Couple buy new home and find previous owner's secret hidden in walls since 1923
A couple who bought a home together began renovation work on the property in New York when a bundle wrapped in old straw, paper and string fell out of the wall uncovering an incredible secret
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London mayors ‘frustrated’ by government on plans to tackle air pollution, inquest hears
Successive London mayors have been “frustrated” by government in their attempts to tackle air pollution, an inquest into the death of a young girl has heard.  
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More than a THIRD of pregnant women are depressed due Covid-19 pandemic
Questionnaires dished out to 1,123 women in the US between May and August assessed the impact the coronavirus had on depression, anxiety and PTSD.
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World Darts Championship to allow fans but fancy dress is BANNED for December event
A thousand fans will be allowed into each session of the World Darts Championship, but fancy dress is to be banned at the event later this month.
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Trump is considering pardoning his children despite none of them being charged with anything
As Donald Trump’s presidency comes to an end, so too reportedly begins the process of pardoning those closest to him should any legal prosecutions be brought against them in the future.
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Harry Styles looks suave as ever behind the scenes on Don’t Worry Darling set with Florence Pugh
The pair are shooting in Palm Springs.
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Cliff Richard will 'never forget' years of hell over false sex abuse accusations
Cliff Richard told Lorraine Kelly he will "never forget" the hell he went through while falsely accused
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Gavin and Stacey cast will reunite for brand new Christmas Day show with a twist
Fans of the hit comedy series had been left disappointed by the BBC's Christmas TV schedule this year
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Election 2020 Today: Barr sees no fraud, Senate roadblock
Attorney General William Barr says the Justice Department has not uncovered any evidence of widespread voter fraud and has seen nothing that would change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election
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The Undoing’s predictable ending was actually its stroke of genius
The incredible drama series couldn't have ended any other way
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Darth Vader figure appears in Bristol on former Edward Colston plinth
David Prowse, the Bristolian actor who played the iconic Star Wars villain, died last week
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Next-gen gear: what you need to get the most out of your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X
You’ve got your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X – but what else do you need to experience the future of gaming? Here are the TVs and headsets we recommendThis month we welcomed a new video game generation with the thrilling (if rather limited) arrival of the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 machines. Whether you’ve already received your shiny new console (and not a bag of cat food), or you’re hoping a plucky relative has managed to secure you one for Christmas, you might be wondering: what extra gadgets will I need to get the most out of this coming era?The good news is, your current flatscreen TV and gaming headset will almost certainly work fine with the new machines – you don’t have to rush out and buy anything else. But if you’re seeing this as an opportunity to update your whole gaming set-up, here are a few accessories we’ve tested and recommend. Continue reading...
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Cavani influence at Man United could last for years if strikers watch and learn
Rio Ferdinand feels Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial can learn a huge amount from Edinson Cavani, and that can only benefit Man United
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Elon Musk confirms he did have covid after tweeting that tests were ‘extremely bogus’
‘I’ve already had COVID’, Musk said at the Axel Springer Award ceremony
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This Morning's shouty Spin To Win caller Rita has viewers 'crying with laughter'
This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield spoke to hilarious Spin to Win caller Rita who bellowed down the phone in her excitement, delighting viewers
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Airline launches ‘flights to nowhere’ for school trips
Passengers learned about what pilots and cabin crew do on board
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Pfizer coronavirus vaccine approval hailed as ‘light at end of the tunnel’
But Professor Chris Whitty warns: ‘We can’t lower our guard yet’
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Man City youngsters given tactical test to help close first team gap
Manchester City youngsters are being put through their paces in academy games to ensure they are as ready as they can be for the first team
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Obama criticises use of ‘defund the police’ messages
 ‘Do you want to actually get something done, or do you want to feel good among the people you already agree with?’
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Kieran Tierney opens up on ‘frustrating’ Arsenal defeats and backs Mikel Arteta’s project
'We’re all sure that we’re going in the right direction.'
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Shoppers queue outside non-essential shops from 7am as lockdown ends
Retailers hoping to reverse billions in sales lost during enforced closure
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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Ant and Dec confirm the return of iconic Celebrity Cyclone trial
The iconic challenge will be back before the end of the series on Friday.
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Full list of shops reopening today as new tiered restrictions come into force
Under tougher new tiers, all non-essential stores will be allowed to trade, including department stores, shopping centres, hairdressers and gyms - see a full list based on your local area below
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McDonald's announces new rules for shoppers in Tiers 1, 2 and 3
People visiting McDonald's will be faced with new rules
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Martin Lewis issues urgent energy bills warning - act fast or miss £200 savings
With temperatures dropping fast, and heating no longer optional, Martin Lewis has explained you have just days left to save £200 on your energy bills
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Apple reveals apps and games of the year, highlighting tools that allowed people to get through 2020
Apple has revealed its apps and games of the year, highlighting the most popular and best software available on its platforms.
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PDC World Darts Championship 2020/21: 1,000 fans permitted to attend Alexandra Palace
Tournament will begin on 15 December and run until 3 January with fans attending each session
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EVERYTHING you need to know about Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine
Officials said the jab will be made available in Britain 'from next week' as Health Secretary Matt Hancock declared the end of the pandemic was now 'in sight'.
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Being cautious is the best thing you can do this Christmas | Devi Sridhar
The government’s ambiguous Covid advice has pushed decisions on to individuals. For all our sakes, safety must come first Prof Devi Sridhar is chair of global public health at the University of EdinburghFew times of the year are as challenging or stressful for families and relationships as Christmas. This year we face the additional pressures of the pandemic and the government’s ambiguous Covid-19 Christmas guidance, which seems to encourage families and friends to meet in their homes and travel over a five-day period, while at the same time pushing the responsibility for those decisions on to individuals themselves. It’s both confusing to know what to do and clear that although the government has permitted us to do certain things, this doesn’t necessarily mean we ought to.As a public health expert, I’ve repeatedly been asked what families should do over the holidays. I’m torn between giving people the emotionally reassuring and comforting answer they want to hear or sticking bluntly to the best scientific evidence we have about transmission and suppression. While independent scientists are one of the few groups who can be unpopular and forthright, politicians are stuck in an unenviable dilemma: tell people what they need to hear based on the facts, or tell them what they want to hear based on emotion. Continue reading...
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Arsenal, Tottenham face Szoboszlai transfer problem as they eye £18m-rated star
Dominik Szoboszlai has attracted plenty of attention following his performances with Red Bull Salzburg but interested parties Arsenal and Tottenham do not lead the race for his signature
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BBC News' Sophie Raworth Details 'Claustrophobia' Of Reporting On Coronavirus Crisis
BBC News anchor Sophie Raworth has said she started to feel “claustrophobic” while reporting on the coronavirus crisis throughout 2020.The broadcaster has said it felt like there was “no escape” from the realities of the pandemic, but credited running with helping her to clear her mind.Speaking to Runner’s World UK, Sophie said: “It was the first story I’ve ever done where it wasn’t something you could escape. After all, it’s affecting your life as much as everybody else’s.“This has been like no story I’ve done before. At work we live and breathe it, there’s no escape whatsoever. I did start to feel really claustrophobic. Everybody’s world is just that bit smaller.”Explaining how her passion for running has helped, Sophie continued: “Running – particularly when I can go at the weekend and run free in the countryside – has become a real escape. I love it.“It makes me really happy. I can just run along, not see anyone, get lung-fulls of fresh air and not think about anything at all. It just silences your brain.”She added that running ultramarathons has helped her take things as they come, saying: “What I learned then – and recently, with Covid, I have tried to apply it to life more generally – is that when everything seems to be terribly overwhelming, just take small steps.“Some of those sand dunes, I’d look up and think: ‘There’s just no way I will get up there.’ But then I’d think: ‘No, look down. Look at your feet. Take small steps. Just concentrate on them and you will get there eventually.’”The full interview is in the new issue of Runner’s World UK is on sale from December 3 and also available as a digital edition.READ MORE: BBC News' Simon McCoy Has Savage Dig At Family's Covid-Friendly Halloween Solution BBC News Boss Predicts TV Bulletins Could Be Axed As Audiences Move Online Everyone Has Become Obsessed With The BBC News Theme – Here's Our 10 Favourite Covers
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Strictly dropped us after we asked to be paid, say musicians
Band say they were offered a free lunch and ‘screen time’ for appearing on BBC’s spinoff It Takes TwoA group of professional musicians have said they were dropped by Strictly Come Dancing after they asked to be paid for performing on the programme’s spinoff show.Amaraterra, a band who perform traditional southern Italian music, said they were excited when they were approached by producers who were enthusiastic about them appearing on the BBC companion programme It Takes Two. Continue reading...
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Two people seriously injured in Marks & Spencer stabbing on 'Wild Wednesday'
Lancashire Police said a man had been arrested after two people were seriously injured at the incident in M&S hours after the ending of England's second lockdown
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Trains delayed following points failure between Manchester Piccadilly and Crewe
Disruption is expected until at least midday
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