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Prince Andrew stayed at Bahamas home of designer Peter Nygard who faced sexual harassment complaints
The Duke of York stayed at the 78-year-old's Bahamas home with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson in 2000. The fashion tycoon has settled three sexual harassment complaints from female employees.
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How YOU can be a tree angel this Christmas
JOHN HUMPHRYS: As everybody knows by now, trees suck in carbon dioxide and give out oxygen. Without oxygen no animal can survive. The rainforests do much more than that.
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Hard-left Jewish activists claim Labour has no anti-Semitism problem
The pro-Jeremy Corbyn Jewish Voice for Labour Group insisted that the number of complaints of anti-Semitism made against party members was a tenth of one percent.
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Could Labour voter fraud steal the election? How student housing is trawled for discarded poll cards
SUE REID: Mobilising the students is crucial if Ali is to topple Boris, whose majority halved in 2017 to just 5,034 - the smallest of any premier since 1924.
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Help battle back from chainsaw massacre
Britain needs a massive expansion of its tree cover, but the latest statistics suggest not enough is being done to protect vital trees, campaigners say.
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AMANDA PLATELL: Emily Maitlis showed the female of the TV species is far deadlier than the male
The power of an iron fist in a velvet glove was shown to perfection by Newsnight's Emily Maitlis in her interview with Prince Andrew, writes AMANDA PLATELL.
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Has Prince Andrew's interview had repercussions for Beatrice's wedding?
Princess Beatrice is considering swapping St George's Chapel in Windsor for a smaller venue in central London when she marries property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
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Are you flush enough to buy a superloo?
A growing array of 'smart' loos are transforming toilet visits into a technically-impressive art form and lavatory-goers, it seems, can't get enough.
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Players in Holland stand still for first minute of games in protest over racism
Excelsior striker Ahmad Mendes Moreira was joined by team-mates and FC Volendam opponents in protest after he said he suffered sickening racist abuse last weekend
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Four in ten women on hormone replacement therapy can't get their medication amid mass shortages
The HRT crisis is forcing some British women to go 'cold turkey' on the advice of their GP, causing the return of debilitating menopause symptoms.
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US vaping company Juul lobbies MPs in Britain to lift restrictions on e-cigarettes
US vaping giant Juul wants the government to increase the amount of nicotine permissible in its products if Britain leaves the European Union as the industry is tightly regulated by Brussels.
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Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson’s relationship dubbed ‘very easy’ after split rumours
Turns out, they haven't actually split.
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Outcry in the BBC Broadcasting House canteen as workers limit staff to just SIX chips each 
Hungry BBC workers had the frites of their lives when canteen workers limited them to just six chips each. BBC journalists confirmed last night that the chips were down.
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Euromillions winner Adrian Bayford swaps his £10million estate for a four-bedroom home in Dundee
Removal lorries were pictured outside the home in Linton, Cambridgeshire. He is said to have bought a new home within walking distance of his ex-wife's Victorian mansion in Dundee, Scotland.
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Meghan Markle 'troubled' by Prince Andrew saying sex is a 'positive act'
Prince Andrew made the comments in response to Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis asking him if he had sex with Virginia Roberts, or any other woman trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein.
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PAUL THOMAS on... Prince Andrew and the Frozen 2 premiere
'Andrew won't be attending'.
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HENRY DEEDES: Corbyn was just like a surf-battered swimmer clinging on to a buoy for dear life
HENRY DEEDES: Jeremy Corbyn was up first, looking like a dog's breakfast as usual. His shoes were scuffed and his trouser hem needed taking up a couple of inches.
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Retired bank manager dies after trip to the chiropractor
John Lawler, pictured with his wife Joan, died shortly after having an appointment with chiropractor Arleen Scholten near their home in York.
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Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: Favourite console maker
GameCentral readers reveal their favourites out of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo and whether they consider themselves loyal fans or not.
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Will the next gen Xbox go the way of the Dreamcast? – Reader’s Feature
A reader draws parallels between the consoles of Sega and Microsoft and warns Project Scarlett could earn the same fate as the Dreamcast.
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Six weeks and four games: diary of a recuperating gamer – Reader’s Feature
A reader details how six weeks off with an injured leg led to him playing Sonic Mania, Cuphead, Celeste, and Return Of The Obra Dinn.
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BBC faces bias row after Boris Johnson is confronted by hostile audience on Question Time
In his half an hour session, the Prime Minister faced unremittingly hostile questions and struggled to get answers in as he was repeatedly heckled.
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Question Time audience member criticises Corbyn over abuse of Jewish MPs
Ryan Jacobs said he had watched a video of Labour MP Ruth Smeeth running out of a press conference in tears after being heckled by activist Marc Wadsworth in 2016.
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Jings! Crivvens! Help ma Boab! Oor Wullie moves from page to stage
Scotland's best-known comic strip character is brought to life for a new musical production.
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Jeremy Corbyn's women problem: MELISSA KITE says Labour is guilty of failing to promote equality
MELISSA KITE: How embarrassing it must be for Labour to have watched six other parties choose women leaders. Is it really any surprise Labour has a problem attracting women voters?
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Woman in hospital after allergic reaction given meals that set it off again - twice
Leah Watts, 28, is allergic to gluten, dairy, e-numbers and nine types of medication but suffered two serious allergic reactions while staying in Queen's Hospital in Romford
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The #MeToo scandal fashion forgot
Celebrity photographer Mario Testino, 65, remains accused of systematic and humiliating sexual misconduct, with no less than 13 accusers levelling charges against him.
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How you can get your very own ice statues for Christmas
Beth Hale and her five-year-old daughter Elise, left, were turned into ice sculptures at the Magic Ice Kingdom, part of the Winter Wonderland attraction in London.
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Star Trek star and Bonnie and Clyde actor Michael J Pollard dies at 80
Actor Michael J Pollard, who starred in the film version of Bonnie and Clyde, as well as appearing in Star Trek, has passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest
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Elon Musk's net worth plunges $768m in a day after cybertruck fiasco
Tesla’s chief designer smashed the vehicle’s windows in an attempt to demonstrate their toughnessDoes the act of someone’s net worth plummeting make an actual sound?If so, then for Elon Musk it would be the thonk of a metal ball splintering the purportedly unbreakable glass of his long-awaited cybertruck. Continue reading...
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Wine connoisseurs can't tell one bottle from another, study finds
In a study at Oxford University, experienced tasters convinced they were sampling a rosé were actually drinking a white wine - from an entirely different grape - that had been dyed pink.
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Corbyn savaged after refusing to say whether he backs Brexit - 'A leader should lead!'
JEREMY CORBYN was savaged after refusing to say whether he would vote ‘Leave’ or ‘Remain’ in any second Brexit referendum.
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David Tennant is pictured as the serial killer and necrophile Dennis Nilsen
The Doctor Who star, 48, will portray Nilsen, who is known to have brutally murdered at least 12 young men and boys in London between 1978-1983, in three part ITV series, Des.
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Duchess of Beaufort, 50, invites her horse and hounds into Badminton House
EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Georgia Powell, the Duchess of Beaufort, posed in her jodhpurs for an extraordinary photoshoot for the American edition of Vogue magazine.
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Bonnie and Clyde actor Michael J Pollard dies aged 80
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GPs vote to cut home visits from their core work
Kent Local Medical Committee says it wants to change policy to ensure suitable provision
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BBC blasted for Left-wing bias in guest editors for the Today programme
Teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg and Supreme Court president Baroness Hale will guest edit the Today programme over the festive period, along with artist Grayson Perry.
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Revealed: The strict 'white tie' event where Kate will be spotted wearing a tiara
KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, last wore a tiara when she attended the US state visit at Buckingham Palace but now she has revealed the next time we will see her wear the diamond encrusted masterpiece.
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Boris Johnson pledges £500million for cutting-edge medicine as PM plans to expand Cancer Drugs Fund
In a major expansion of the Cancer Drugs Fund, the Prime Minister will promise to give patients faster access to the 'most innovative medicines'.
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Duchess of Cambridge sends adorable letter to fashion boss after ‘historic’ Pakistan visit
KATE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE, has sent an adorable letter of thanks to a Pakistani fashion designer after wearing one of her outfits during her recent visit to Pakistan.
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Perishers - 23rd November 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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Andy Capp - 23rd November 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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The Gag Vault - 23rd November 2019
Get your daily dose of 'The Gag Vault'
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Garth - 23rd November 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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Greta Thunberg to guest edit BBC Radio 4's Today programme
The Swedish activist will interview leading figures in the fight against global heatingGreta Thunberg is to swap leading the global fight against the climate crisis for the more stressful experience of directing a group of high-profile BBC presenters, after being announced as one of this year’s guest editors for Radio 4’s Today programme.The environmental activist will take control of an episode of the BBC’s flagship radio news programme at the end of this year, speaking to leading figures in the fight against global heating and hearing from indigenous, frontline activists. Thunberg, who led school strikes around the world, has also commissioned reports from the Antarctic and Zambia, as well as a Mishal Husain interview with the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney. Continue reading...
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Corbyn admits he won't take Brexit stand as Boris vows to restore trust in race for No10
JEREMY CORBYN last night admitted he would dodge the issue of whether the UK should Leave or Remain in the EU even if Labour managed to trigger a second referendum on the issue.
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