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Kosovan fans hold up England flags during God Save The Queen and chant players' names as thank you
Kosovo fans continued to show their appreciation to the visiting England fans and players by holding up the England flag as God Save The Queen was played out before their Euro 2020 qualifier.
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Katie McGlynn shows off her stunning transformation after leaving Corrie - and she looks like a princess
The actress who played Sinead Osborne looked a far cry from her Coronation Street persona at Denise Welch's charity ball
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Tyga spotted riding with mystery woman who bears striking resemblance to ex Kylie Jenner
He certainly has a type.
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Holly Willoughby skips I'm A Celebrity launch to attend the Frozen 2 premiere
Holly Willoughby, 38, is more than just a fan of I'm A Celebrity as she was brought in to replace Ant McPartlin last year
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The Guardian view on Prince Andrew: entitled, obtuse and shamefully silent over Epstein’s victims | Editorial
The Duke of York’s interview with Emily Maitlis revealed a man lacking in empathy and moral discernmentThere was a moment towards the end of Emily Maitlis’s extraordinary interview with Prince Andrew when she was unable to conceal her astonishment at what she was hearing. Did he, Ms Maitlis had asked, feel any sense of shame at his association with the convicted paedophile, Jeffrey Epstein? “Do I regret that he [Epstein] has quite obviously conducted himself in a manner unbecoming? Yes,” was the prince’s reply. “Unbecoming?” said Ms Maitlis incredulously. “He was a sex offender.”It was an exchange that summed up a grotesque mismatch between the Duke of York’s language and demeanour, and the gravity of the allegations which continue to surround him; between the obtuse self-absorption of a prince and what we know of the appalling sexual exploitation of teenage girls by his friend. Not once did Prince Andrew’s thoughts turn to the sex trafficking victims who found themselves forced to perform sexual acts with Epstein and others. No sympathy was expressed on their behalf; no sense of outrage. This lack of empathy revealed a man focused only on his own exculpation. It gave a damning insight into a sense of entitlement that hardly helped his cause. Continue reading...
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UK's biggest supermarkets announce major change to way they make ready meals
Supermarkets including Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's are on the verge of removing hard-to-recycle black plastic in their own brand ready meals, eliminating thousands of tonnes of waste a year
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TThe Guardian view on political turbulence in Germany: can the centre hold? | Editorial
The country’s traditional powerhouses on the centre-left and the centre-right face a moment of reckoningPostwar German politics has a reputation for being moderate, consensual and a touch on the dull side. But there have been moments of high drama. In November 1959, for example, the Social Democratic party (SPD) abandoned its historic ambition to replace capitalism with socialism, dropped the Marxist account of class struggle and began to pitch itself as a broad-based Volkspartei (people’s party). History vindicated the decision. For the next 50 years or so, the SPD vied for power with the country’s other great political force, the CDU (and its CSU Bavarian ally), as both parties regularly achieved a vote share of over 40%.Famed for their practice of big-tent politics, what the CDU and SPD would give for such numbers now. The agonies of Brexit and the rise of rightwing populism have claimed the political limelight around Europe. But those looking for clues to the continent’s future would do well to watch Germany closely over the coming weeks. Continue reading...
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Boy collapses and dies after suffering an asthma attack at home
Owen Rodda, 16, and of Aberdare, Wales, died of an asthma attack at home on November 24, 2018. His devastated mother Christine says he was a 'class clown' and 'always there' to 'help anyone'.
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Christine McGuinness and Danielle Armstrong go glam and nail it for Float like a Butterfly Ball
They raked in over £400,000
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Prince Andrew 'could be cut out of core royal circle when Charles becomes king'
In the wake of Prince Andrew's interview with BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis on Saturday night, questions have been raised about the Duke of York's place in the royal family when the Prince of Wales becomes king
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Taylor Swift’s old record label forced to close early over ‘death threats’
There's only Bad Blood between Taylor and Big Machine.
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Iceland frozen pizza that was covered in disgusting black MOULD
A mother from Whyteleafe, Surrey, had bought the £1 Iceland own-brand Deep Pan Double Pepperoni pizza from the Selsdon Iceland in South Croydon for her daughter's lunch on Friday 8.
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Schoolgirl, 13, critically injured by machete gang 'was protecting 11-month-old nephew'
The 13-year-old suffered stab wounds when a gang of men armed with machetes forced their way into a house in Northern Ireland at about 9.15pm yesterday
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Prince Harry arrives at the Royal Albert Hall for the inaugural OnSide Awards
Tonight's show in London's Royal Albert Hall is run by charity OnSide which develops 21st century youth facilities across the UK. Prince Harry wore navy trousers, a blue blazer and white shirt.
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Arsenal have ‘made contact with Reinier Jesus’ father’ over potential move for Brazilian sensation
A lot of clubs are interested in the teenager
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Son who battered dad with a hammer to protect mum ‘would do it again’
Ben Wilson, 27, said his father had frequently abused his mum Tracey and that day had threatened to 'chop everybody up' with a six-inch knife.
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Probe into death of three-year-old boy who died at 'super hospital'
The boy was being treated at Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where Milly Main, 10 died after she is believed to have contracted a 'dirty water infection'
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Father, 39, spends £5,000 building two-storey Disney playhouse for his daughters
Richard Thornton lives with his wife and daughters in Great Barford, Bedfordshire. He built Snow White-style hideaway over summer which took more than 150 hours.
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Brexit Party election hopeful Michelle Dewberry sets out her dating demands on Tinder
On the profile the political hopeful, 39, describes herself as 'fun, intelligent and kind' and says she is excited to start the next chapter of her life and find someone 'awesome' to share it with.
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Women's Super League: Derby joy for Arsenal and Everton on record-breaking day
Liverpool sit last in the Women's Super League table after suffering a 1-0 defeat to Everton in the first ever women's Merseyside derby, while Arsenal won at Spurs
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I'm A Celebrity Power Pairs explained and the luxury perks they can win
The ITV show launches tonight and there are a lot of shake-ups - including the celebrities having to partner up
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I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here – LIVE: Follow the latest as Caitlyn Jenner, Nadine Coyle and co arrive at the camp
TV and radio stars will face a number of challenges in the Australian bush and compete to be crowned king or queen of the jungle
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How long does I’m A Celebrity’s new series last and when is it on tonight?
It's almost Bushtucker Trial time.
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Horrified family receive Iceland pizza ‘covered in black mould’
The family has been offered a £1 refund, but say this is not good enough.
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Best ps4 games of 2019 so far
Game, set, match. Unleash your inner gamer with these top rated picks of the best Playstation 4 games of the year, so far
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Westlife on Strictly Come Dancing - where is Brian McFadden and why did they split up?
How old are Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan and are the band going on tour?
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Strictly’s Claudia Winkleman vows to never compete in the show herself
She's happy in her Clauditorium for now.
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West Ham's Declan Rice receives damning criticism from Roy Keane
Declan Rice has received damning criticism from Roy Keane as the former Ireland international outlined the shortcomings in the West Ham midfielder's game.
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McDonald's unveil Archie the Reindeer Christmas ad and people are telling John Lewis' Excitable Edgar to 'move over'
McDonald's is asking customers if they are 'Reindeer Ready' with the release of their own festive ad
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Prince Andrew 'defends car-crash Jeffrey Epstein Newsnight interview'
Sources close to the Duke of York claim he wanted to address scrutiny 'head-on' over his links with disgraced paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein
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Man films neighbour spraying him with hosepipe in feud over driveway
The 'nightmare' feud between neighbours ended up in court.
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A cat is standing to be an MP, his human confirms
We're not really feline its chances to be honest.
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Roy Keane delivers damning verdict on Manchester United transfer target Declan Rice
'Where do you want me to start?'
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Record Women's Super League crowd watch on as Arsenal beat Tottenham
Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema both found the net for Arsenal in front of over 38,000 fans at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday to move a point off the FAWSL summit
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Are Tory proposals to charge foreigners more to use the NHS fair?
The fee will rise to £625 a year and extend to EU nationals, but how was this figure calculated?The Tories have said that people on a work, study or family visa incur average NHS costs of £625 per year but only pay a £400 surcharge for the service. Increasing the charge, and extending it to EU nationals, will ensure “they are making a sufficient contribution towards our health service”, says the party. Continue reading...
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Prince Andrew faces barrage of criticism over 'plane crash' Jeffrey Epstein scandal interview
Prince Andrew has faced a barrage of criticism over a "plane crash" interview about his links to the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, with the royal accused of a lack of empathy with the victims.
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Body found in search for 26-year-old man who went missing after work
Jonathon Donaldson was last seen at around 4pm on November 11 but did not return home to Armadale, Scotland. Formal identification has yet to take place
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Charlotte Crosby and Josh Ritchie split as 'relationship breaks down'
Charlotte Crosby took to her Instagram stories to confirm that her relationship with Josh Ritchie is over
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Arsenal legend explains why Liverpool FC are so far ahead of Manchester City this season
Liverpool's win at Anfield last Sunday saw Man City slip nine points behind their rivals in the Premier League title race.
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Holders Saracens begin their defence with heavy defeat to Racing
• Racing 30-10 Saracens• Finn Russell orchestrates Champions Cup demolition in ParisThe defence of the Champions Cup may not be Saracens’ priority because they have 35 docked Premiership points to make up, but this was a chastening bonus-point defeat against a Racing side inspired by Finn Russell that the holders would have struggled to contain even at full strength.Racing led 18-3 at half-time and despite Teddy Thomas being awarded a try on review despite appearing to brush the touchline before touching down the score line reflected their superiority. Saracens were without their England World Cup finalists and nine injured players, but they were systematically taken apart by a side that had done its homework. Continue reading...
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