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London's Royal Parks to pay attendants living wage following strikes
Union says board agreed to salary increase after threat to escalate industrial actionPark attendants at seven central London green spaces will now be paid the London living wage after a wave of coordinated strikes.Their union, United Voices of the World (UVW), said the board of Royal Parks – a charity which manages Hyde Park and St James’s Park, among others – agreed to increase workers’ salaries after it threatened to escalate industrial action on Thursday. Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson plans to go on spending spree in north
PM is pondering using an £80bn fund for infrastructure spending in areas that helped seal Tory winBoris Johnson is considering a raid on a £80bn fund to fuel an infrastructure blitz in regions that helped deliver his election victory, it has emerged.Speaking in Tony Blair’s former seat, Sedgefield, which voted in a Tory MP last week, Johnson said his party “will repay your trust” and that voters had “changed the Conservative party for the better”. Continue reading...
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Altior set to miss King George on Boxing Day after disappointing gallop
• Nicky Henderson may run chaser in Desert Orchid instead• Call Me Lord wins International Hurdle to cheer trainerBuveur D’Air is injured and Altior is likely to miss the King George but for Nicky Henderson, it seems, there is always a fresh set of young stars to bring through. He had three winners here, to go with Friday’s double, and bagged the International Hurdle for the sixth time before suggesting that the best horse he ran here finished unplaced.Call Me Lord was backed down to 2-1 favourite for the race formerly known as the Bula and duly delivered, holding off the late challenge of Ballyandy by a neck. Can he be the first winner of this since Rooster Booster to follow up in the Champion Hurdle? The bookmakers will let you have 16-1 if you think so. Continue reading...
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‘Village green’ land at risk after ruling by supreme court
Decision on Moorside Fields in Lancaster makes it harder to stop public space being developedIt is not the most attractive piece of land in Lancashire. But for Janine Bebbington and her friends, Moorside Fields was where all the important things in life happened.“It was our playground, it was where we went and climbed trees, used the running track from the nearby school, played rounders, explored, kissed people in the bushes, drank cider, did all the things that people get up to in green spaces.” Continue reading...
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'Sardines' against Salvini: Italy's fight against the far-right
Grassroots protests have brought tens of thousands of people on to the streets of RomeTens of thousands of people have crammed together in Rome on Saturday as part of the growing “sardines” movement against the leader of the far-right League and Italy’s former deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, and his allies.Protesters converged in Piazza San Giovanni early in the afternoon in a bid “to further shake up the country’s politics and battle xenophobia”, in what was billed as their biggest rally. Continue reading...
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Rebel Wilson opens up on weight loss during Cats filming after things ‘got hot’ on set
Cats is out on 20 December in the UK.
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Strictly’s Oti Mabuse in tears as Kelvin Fletcher surprises her with emotional good luck message
He went to her old high school for some good luck charm.
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Love Island’s Amber Gill ‘gets cosy with Joe Garratt’ on night out after Lucie Donlan split
Things were heating up in the club.
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Justin Trudeau moves forward with ban on LGBT+ conversion therapy across Canada
Prime Minister says banning controversial practice must be 'top priority' for his government
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Football League: Championship promotion hopefuls suffer shocks
Nottingham Forest and Bristol City beaten at homeWycombe move seven points clear in League OneIt was a day of relative shocks in the second tier; Jordan Rhodes ended a 11-month wait a goal by scoring a hat-trick in Sheffield Wednesday’s 4-0 away to Nottingham Forest. It was a perfect treble, with a left-foot finish and overhead kick sandwiching a header, with all three coming before the break. Steven Fletcher completed the scoring in first-half injury-time to ensure there was no way back for the hosts. Continue reading...
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Aldi is selling a tote bag that’s secretly a wine dispenser
The latest in wearable booze.
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Christmas gifts inspired by 2019’s biggest memes to get for your always online pal
Spoil the meme lover in your life.
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A new vegan restaurant will replace the doughnut shack on Brighton Palace Pier
Veg Up Your Day will also be the pier's first home delivery restaurant.
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Love Island’s Megan Barton Hanson parties with Boris Johnson and Mick Jagger at swanky Christmas bash
Well... Why not?
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One-nation Tory or raging populist: which Boris Johnson will we get?
The prime minister’s ideology may be hard to pin down, but when he talks about healing a divided country, it’s probably hot airBoris Johnson has long been a familiar face in British politics, so why does his ideology remain, in the words of his role-model Winston Churchill, “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma”? It’s a puzzle to which there are two, and possibly three solutions, none of which are necessarily mutually exclusive.The first possibility – and probably the one that holds most sway, even among many of his admirers – is that when it comes to Johnson and his principles, there is, to borrow from Gertrude Stein, simply no “there” there. According to this take, the prime minister is no more and no less than an amalgam of ambition and ego. Having conquered the dizzy (and for him, anyway, increasingly well-remunerated) heights of broadsheet column-writing, Johnson simply turned to politics as a glutton turns to dessert. Continue reading...
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Why don’t the BBC release voting figures for Strictly Come Dancing?
It's the final tonight!
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Antonio Conte cancels Inter Milan press conference in tantrum over critical letter
A letter slamming Conte and his tactics was published by a news outlet in Italy which caused the former Chelsea boss to refuse to speak with waiting journalists
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UK weather: Heavy snow set to fall tomorrow as Met Office issues large ice warning
The Met Office has issued a yellow ice warning across the country, while pockets of snow may fall overnight in some rural areas with drivers warned of treacherous conditions
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Battle against Brexit has not ended and Johnson's plans could still 'implode', says Ed Davey
Prime minister's willingness to alienate Scotland and Northern Ireland has made Lib Dems the party of the Union, says interim leader
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If only saving the planet was as easy as planting a tree before speeding off in our SUVs | Catherine Bennett
Offsetting is a seductive way of convincing ourselves we’re doing something constructiveThere is one thing, still, that we all agree on. Trees. Everybody loves trees. In theory, anyway. So long as the trees don’t interfere with a prime view, or foundations, or a luxury housing development, like the ancient – but inconvenient – Bethnal Green mulberry in London, which Crest Nicholson got permission to dig up. Or the massacred Sheffield planes. Or the 30 Thameside trees that Boris Johnson and Joanna Lumley hoped to fell, as twin visionaries of the Garden Bridge (failed, at a public cost of £43m).But the collective dendrophilia means that imperilled trees, like tragic puppies and kittens, make headlines. As the Daily Mail has illustrated, a demonstrable affection for trees does more than bring different factions together, it advertises, on the part of the tree enthusiasts – in this case the Rothermeres – a reverence for nature and the planet that does not, even from the creatives who bring us Mail Online, look instantly risible. The organisation is running an inspirational “tree angel” campaign, urging readers to help plant a million more trees, with a view to beautification and addressing climate change: “Britain is committed to becoming a ‘net zero’ emitter of greenhouse gases by 2050 – and to do this we will need to plant millions more trees.” Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson lights his Brexit bomb – cartoon
The prime minister basks in his election victory, and looks to an explosive future•You can buy your own print of this cartoon Continue reading...
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UFC 245 free live stream: Watch Kamaru Usman vs Colby Covington
Usman takes on Colby Covington, Max Holloway faces Alexander Volkanowski and Amanda Nunes defends her belt against Germaine de Randamie
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Best hair straightening brushes to buy 2019: silky, smooth and straight hair with less tools
Silky straight hair doesn't just happen by chance. If you want salon-worthy results without the rigmarole of technology, these are the best heated brushes to invest in
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Best curling irons for 2019
If you're looking for salon-worthy, bouncing curls without the trip to your local hairdresser, these are the best curling tongs to invest in to achieve your desired look
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Dimitar Berbatov makes Manchester United vs Everton prediction
Man Utd have recently secured victories over Man City and Tottenham to give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a much-needed boost.
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Mark Wright forced to grovel to ‘livid’ Michelle Keegan after ruining Christmas
He broke her Christmas tradition.
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Society and social media alter Spoty contenders’ outlooks | Andy Bull
Raheem Sterling, Lewis Hamilton and Ben Stokes have used social media to fight back against a hostile pressLet’s begin with Bob Nudd. Now, this may seem a strange place to start an article about the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards when the show has come up with its strongest shortlist since the 2012 Olympics and, in all honesty, even Bob himself seemed a bit surprised when I called him up this past week to talk about it. “You can probably guess why I’m calling,” I started. “No,” he stopped. “Is it something to do with the election?” Not the election Bob, but the other big vote. The one you should have won, back in 1991 when Nudd, four‑times world freshwater angling champion, one of the finest coarse fishermen ever to cast a line, was the (alleged) victim of one the great showbiz swindles.That was the year Nudd won the second of his world titles, and the Angling Times ran a front page beseeching its readers to “Vote Bob” for Sports Personality of the Year. And they did. First in their thousands, then in their tens of thousands. Bookies across the country started slashing their odds when a flood of bets came in on Nudd at 100-1. And then, so the story goes, the BBC realised he was going to win. So it disqualified him on the grounds that orchestrated block votes were against the rules. Was Bob robbed? The BBC never confirmed or denied it. Asked about it at the time, it said: “We have received votes for Bob Nudd but he has never finished in the top three.” Continue reading...
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Man who received £193,000 from pensioner in sort code error claims he tried to give it back
Tim Gray claims he thought unexpected bonanza was delayed payment from grandmother's inheritance
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'Smiley' schoolboy, 8, dies hours after celebrating early Christmas with family
Ethan Cass, from Pendeen, West Cornwall, was diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour - and his sister Kira and staff at the hospice he was staying made sure he didn't miss out on the festive period
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Strictly Come Dancing final 2019 live blog: Who will take home coveted Glitterball trophy?
Keeeeeeeep dancing!
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Man Utd urged to make Raul Jimenez transfer in January rather than Erling Haaland
Man Utd are targeting an attacking player in January with Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho high on their wish list - but Wolves' Raul Jimenez might make more sense
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Pinterest says garden rooms and coffee stations are going to be big interior trends in 2020
Time for a refresh.
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Malin Andersson reflects on late baby daughter heartache and grief struggles one year on
The former Love Island star tragically lost her first child at the start of the year following an earlier than planned birth
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Soap stars visit Royal Manchester Children's Hospital
Soap stars visit Royal Manchester Children's Hospital
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The Apprentice star Lewis Ellis on chasing his dreams: ‘I have zero in the bank but I am determined to be a success’
Rochdale-born Lewis, 29, may have narrowly missed out on the final, but he plans to take the world by storm with his new travel company
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Heavily-pregnant woman among migrants found hidden in back of refrigerated lorry
Police were called to Cobridge in Stoke shortly after 8am on Thursday after a shopworker heard banging from inside the container.
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Manchester United fans make the same top four point after Chelsea defeat
Chelsea fell to their fourth defeat in five Premier League games against Bournemouth on Saturday and Man Utd fans have made the same point.
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Ford recalls 500,000 vehicles over 'flammable flooring'
Seatbelt mechanism may 'generate excessive sparks' that 'ignite the carpet'
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8 celebrities who said no to Strictly Come Dancing
Not every famous face jumps at the chance to fight for the glitterball trophy...
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Taylor Swift set to dazzle in star-studded performance on Strictly Come Dancing final
The global pop sensation is due to perform a song from her new album as Strictly Come Dancing comes to an end and one celebrity is crowned the winner
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Kidnapping, lynching and deliberate killings: Iraq's protesters live in fear they 'could be next'
Family and friends of two Iraqi activists disappeared in Baghdad this week tell The Independent they fear more will vanish
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Scientists discover lowest point on Earth two MILES below sea level
The deepest point was found to be under the Denman Glacier in East Antarctica and was discovered by Glaciologists at the University of California, Irvine.
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Caroline Flack's beau Lewis Burton 'won't press charges after lovers' tiff led to her arrest'
Friends close to Lewis claim the alleged fight the couple had was a 'lovers' tiff that shouldn't have been made public'
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Paul Merson criticises Frank Lampard after Bournemouth stun struggling Chelsea
'This is a crisis now for Chelsea'
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