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Inter Milan vs Barcelona: Prediction, team news, how to stream and watch on TV - Champions League preview
Inter Milan need a result at home to Barcelona to secure their places in the knockout stages, while the LaLiga side have already booked their passage from Group F.
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Haringey stabbing: Fourth man knifed to death in five days in London
Victim in his forties pronounced dead at scene as suspect arrested on suspicion of murder
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Shrewsbury maternity scandal: Senior doctors censured for 'poor judgement' over Facebook posts
'We are dealing with multiple maternal deaths, many avoidable baby deaths,' says inquiry chair in a complaint to hospital bosses
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General election 2019: The campaign's most controversial numbers
The Reality Check team navigates the most questionable figures that have come out of the election campaign.
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Meghan Markle outrage: 'Damaging' images of Duchess removed by friend in royal request
MEGHAN MARKLE’s friend has been ordered to take down photos of the Duchess in jewellery amid fears it could be “damaging” to the Royal Family.
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Jacqueline Jossa 'to confront Chloe Ayling over Dan Osborne threesome claims'
I'm A Celebrity's Queen of the Jungle, Jacqueline Jossa, is reportedly looking to speak to Chloe Ayling about claims she had a threesome with Dan Osborne
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New Zealand is hit by 5.3 magnitude earthquake
New Zealand's North Island has been hit by a 'strong' 5.3-magnitude earthquake.
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DOMINIC SANDBROOK imagines the fallout of Labour's first weeks in power
DOMINIC SANDBROOK: Exactly 100 days since Jeremy Corbyn became Prime Minister, his Momentum fan club have sent red roses to mark the occasion.
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Lord Sugar backs Boris Johnson at the general election
Former Labour peer Lord Sugar (pictured in London) said that a vote for the Conservatives is the most effective way to save Labour in the long-term - by ridding the party of its leader.
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Boris Johnson copies Labour candidate's Love Actually inspired campaign video
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is said to have copied Labour candidate Dr Rosena Allin-Khan's Love Actually inspired video which she released last month. The clips see them emulate the classic scene which starred Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln.
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Games Inbox: Crash Bandicoot vs. Super Mario, PS6 release date, and Aliens: The Video Game
The Tuesday Inbox pits Control against Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, as one reader compares Alien Isolation to The Evil Within 2.
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Best new mobile games on iOS and Android – December 2019 round-up
The month’s best smartphone games include the new game from the creator of Threes and a tie-in game for Frozen 2.
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Man Utd target Erling Braut Haaland focussed on Liverpool as transfer talk continues
LIVE! Stay on top of the latest transfer news and rumours
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Politeness prevails as Putin and Zelensky hold inaugural meeting
But don't expect a major breakthrough anytime soon
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Man in his 40s is stabbed to death after fight at a house in north London
A man in his 40s has been stabbed to death in north London, after reports of a fight at a house.
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Storm Attila laying waste to Wales!
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Have you ever met anyone called Atiyah? Me, neither. I'm not even sure how you pronounce it. Is it Att-ee-yah? Or Att-eye-yah? Your guess is as good as mine.
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Residents forced from homes by major blaze in Glasgow flats
The fire broke out on Glasgow's Lancefield Quay on the north bank of the Clyde on Monday evening.
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Elton John places a TENT between himself and his private jet to avoid diva moments photographed
Sir Elton John has taken extreme measures to hide his diva antics from the paparazzi.
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India braces for protests over citizenship bill excluding Muslims
Lower house approves bill, drawing outcry amid claims prime minister Narendra Modi is seeking to sideline the faithIndia’s lower house has passed controversial legislationthat will grant citizenship to religious minorities from neighbouring countries, but not Muslims, amid raucous scenes in parliament and protests in the country’s north-east.The citizenship amendment bill provides that Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, and Christians fleeing persecution in Muslim-majority Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan can be granted citizenship. Continue reading...
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Air pollution: Cars, wood-burning stoves and industry targeted
Public Health Wales estimates air pollution contributes to up to 1,400 deaths a year in Wales.
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Juice WRLD: federal agent gave rapper opioid antidote before he died, police say
Musician, 21, briefly woke up after receiving NarcanGirlfriend said he had taken painkillers, according to policeA federal agent who was at a Chicago airport to search a private plane that rapper Juice WRLD and his entourage had arrived in administered the opioid antidote Narcan to the performer, who briefly woke up incoherent but later died, authorities said Monday.The plane carrying the 21-year-old rapper, who was named the top new artist at the 2019 Billboard music awards in May, and about a dozen other people landed at Midway international airport at around 2am on Sunday. Federal agents and city police officers, acting on a tip that a private plane coming from Los Angeles to Midway was carrying guns and drugs, were waiting, the Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said on Monday. Continue reading...
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Mesut Ozil sends message to Arsenal fans after first win in 10 games
Gunners midfielder welcomes back 'winning feeling' after victory over West Ham but warns there's plenty of work ahead for Freddie Ljungberg's team
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British spy Christopher Steele had MORE sex claims against Donald Trump than he gave to the FBI
Ex British intelligence officer Christopher Steele wrote-up information about alleged sex activities by Donald Trump that he did not pass on to the FBI, an inspector general revealed.
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Debbie Harry jokes she ‘would have made more money as a hooker’ instead of performing in Blondie
She joked about rumours of her life before Blondie.
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Falklands veteran 'forced out over sexuality' will get medal back
Joe Ousalice was discharged in 1993 when there was a ban on LGBT people in the armed forces.
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Labour horror: Boris warns of ‘clear and present' danger as Corbyn 'much closer' to be PM
BORIS JOHNSON and the Conservative Party could be in “clear and present danger” as a party memo revealed Jeremy Corbyn is “much closer” to becoming the Prime Minister than voters think.
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Billie Eilish and Millie Bobby Brown give us hope for the future as teens honoured by PETA
Billie and Millie are leading by example when it comes to animal rights.
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Two billionaires forge unlikely alliance and put their money together to take on America's war industry
Newly-launched think tank aims to promote peace and the use of diplomacy over military force in a town where few institutions challenge the war industry
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Arsenal chief Edu tells Freddie Ljungberg to work 'game-to-game' as manager search continues
Interim Arsenal manager Freddie Ljungberg says he has been told to work 'game-to-game' by the club's technical director, Edu, as they seek-out the permanent successor to Unai Emery.
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Yeovil Hospital agrees patient not properly anaesthetised
The patient said she was "traumatised" after feeling pain during surgery at Yeovil Hospital last year.
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Smart kids toys sold by retailers including Amazon and Argos vulnerable to hacks
In its latest investigation of seven children's smart and internet-enabled devices ahead of Christmas sold by major retailers including Amazon and Argos, three were vulnerable to being hacked, Which? found.
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Gabrielle Union laughs with daughter Kaavia amid America’s Got Talent drama
The mum put AGT drama to the back of her mind.
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One in three hospitals in England raised car park prices last year
Hospitals in England collected more than £254million in parking charges from patients, visitors and staff last year and almost nine out of 10 people say parking at hospital stresses them out.
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Taylor Swift and Andrew Lloyd Webber celebrate Cats Golden Globe nomination with high five
It's for their song Beautiful Ghosts in the upcoming Cats film adaptation.
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Khloe Kardashian speaks out after being challenged over leftover food from party
Khloe Kardashian has revealed what happens to the leftover food from the lavish Kardashian-Jenner parties after Saint West's extravagant birthday bash
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Health workers' strike: Nurses begin further 48 hours of action
Members of the Royal College of Nursing are refusing to do things like working unpaid hours.
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Boris Johnson recreates Love Actually doorstep scene for General Election campaign video
Boris Johnson has replicated a memorable scene from the festive film Love Actually for a campaign video as he urged voters to back the Conservatives at the election.
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The Gag Vault - 10th December 2019
Get your daily dose of 'The Gag Vault'
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Garth - 10th December 2019
Garth is the Mirror’s time-travelling comic strip superhero. The strip originally ran from 1943 to 1997. Due to public demand, reprints of classic stories began in 2011
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Andy Capp - 10th December 2019
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
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Perishers - 10th December 2019
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
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Drax owner plans to be world's first carbon-negative business
Energy firm once labelled western Europe’s top polluter sets ambitious 10-year targetAn energy company once labelled western Europe’s biggest polluter is planning to become the world’s first carbon-negative business within 10 years.The owner of the Drax power plant, once a coal-fired behemoth, is the first company in the world to set out plans to absorb more carbon emissions from the air than it creates by 2030. Continue reading...
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UK employers 'pause' job hiring as demand falls to seven-year low
ManpowerGroup says Brexit and global trade woes have dented business confidenceEmployers in Britain have “hit the pause button” on job hiring, according to a survey of the labour market that shows demand for new workers has tumbled to a seven-year low.ManpowerGroup said years of strong jobs growth had ended in 2019 as Brexit uncertainty and a slowdown in global trade took their toll on business confidence. Continue reading...
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Pull the other one! Top 10 modern Christmas cracker jokes revealed
TV channel Gold announces the winners in a national competition for topical festive gags – can you do any better?What do Donald Trump, Santa and Olivia Colman have in common? No, it’s not a joke – but all three feature in the winning gags of a national competition to find the best topical Christmas cracker funnies.A joke about the US president was deemed the funniest, while British politicians Jeremy Corbyn and David Cameron and the Swedish activist Greta Thunberg also feature in the highlights. It is the seventh time that the TV channel Gold has run the annual competition, which challenges the British public to tweet their best efforts. Entries were shortlisted by a panel of judges led by comedy critic Bruce Dessau and put to an anonymous public vote of 2,000 British adults to reveal the winning jokes. Here are the Top 10: Continue reading...
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T-level courses may not be ready by 2020, warns education union
Two-year vocational alternatives to A-levels are due to be taught from September An education union has called for a delay in the introduction of the Conservatives’ new vocational qualifications amid concerns about student recruitment and the tight timescale.T-levels, which are intended to provide a vocational alternative to A-levels, are due to be taught for the first time in September 2020, but a report says the programme faces serious challenges because of the large-scale changes involved and a lack of awareness among pupils and their parents. Continue reading...
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Labour’s eye-watering plan to waste £13.2 BILLION on pointless, cash-guzzling bureaucracy
A LABOUR government would fritter away billions of pounds of taxpayers money to create scores of pointless cash-guzzling quangos, new analysis revealed last night. Jeremy Corbyn’s radical socialist vision for Britain includes the creation of more than 100 new semi-public bodies, costing an eye-watering £13.2 billion over the next five years.
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