Man, in his 30s, fighting for life after being shot

The man was shot in Dudley in the early hours of Sunday morning.
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Covid cases up in 1 in 5 areas as JVT warns: ‘Don’t wreck this now’
“Although it is generally good news, I’m afraid it is better news in some places than it is in others and this is not a battle that we have won yet.”
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Anyone worried about their kids wearing masks at school needs to hear our family’s story
My children went back to school that only ‘recommended’ mask-wearing. Before we knew it, the place was a Covid hot-spot
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No.10 thanks trainee hairdresser for offering to tame Boris’ hair in letter
Jack Jenkins, 19, is here if the Tory leader ever fancies a new style.
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Like Sarah MacDonald I was slow to report being sexually assaulted, but you shouldn’t be
Like World Championship athlete Sarah McDonald, Rebecca Cox was sexually assaulted while out for a run. Here she explains the trauma it caused and why every single one of us needs to take even the most ‘minor’ acts of sexual aggression seriously
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Woman forced to pay court costs over fine she could not access during lockdown
It was one of a number of cases about Covid breaches heard today.
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Saudi Crown Prince approved assassination of Jamal Khashoggi, White House says
Dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, and it later emerged he had been dismembered by a hit squad which had landed in Turkey hours before
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Tony Blair calls for vaccine passports: Ex-PM says scheme would make public 'feel safe'
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that society is unlikely to return to normal without a domestic vaccine passport scheme in place.
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Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite on how they’ll celebrate first number one album with As The Love Continues
'I thought it was a mistake.'
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Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview only available to watch from the USA for now
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 90 minute interview with Oprah will be watched by millions in the USA - but when will it be available for viewers in the UK?
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Dominic Cummings sets up new tech consultancy firm
Siwah Ltd. was founded on February 25 by Dominic Cummings who is named as a director. Its 'nature of business' is listed as 'information technology consultancy activities'.
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FIFA 21 What If Team 1 confirmed featuring Jadon Sancho and N'Golo Kante
EA Sports have officially launched the brand new What If FUT 21 promo with the launch of Team 1, with Sevilla midfielder Alejandro Gomez and Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante both included.
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Gayle King says Oprah told her upcoming Meghan and Harry special is ‘best interview she has ever done’
King previously said ‘nothing is off-limits’ in highly anticipated interview
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Ashley Cain gives update on 'new plan of action' for baby as leukaemia returns
Ashley Cain has told that they have a new 'plan of action' for his baby daughter Azaylia, after he and girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee were informed that her leukaemia had returned
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The Guardian view on Shamima Begum: she ought to have her day in court | Editorial
The supreme court’s decision to allow this formerly British woman to be exiled does more harm to the public interest than bringing her back Shamima Begum was born and brought up in London, as a British citizen. Six years ago, when she was 15, she and two other girls, Amira Abase and Kadiza Sultana, left the UK to join Islamic State. Today, Ms Begum is the widowed mother of three dead children, imprisoned in the al-Roj camp in territory controlled by Syrian Kurds. On Friday, the UK supreme court reversed a decision by the court of appeal, judged that she is not entitled to have her British citizenship restored, and that she should not be allowed to return to the UK to fight her case in person.These are wrong rulings. The UK is the correct place for an examination of this British-born woman’s mistakes or crimes, however horrific. By exiling her, as the court decided that the then home secretary, Sajid Javid, was entitled to do, the UK is ducking its international responsibilities. Ms Begum cannot properly instruct lawyers. The court held out the faint hope that a “fair hearing” could possibly take place at some future date. In the meantime, it is hard to see why other countries, or non-state actors such as the Syrian Kurds, should have to detain British fighters or their families (around 60 British adults and children remain in detention in Syria). For Britain to offload Ms Begum, on grounds that this would not make her stateless because her heritage entitles her to apply for citizenship of Bangladesh (where she has never been), is an abuse of position and of history. Continue reading...
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Pythons, iguanas: Florida restricts some exotic reptiles
Pythons, iguanas, monitor lizards, oh my
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Justin Bieber announces new album as he vows to help people ‘feel less alone’ on ‘this broken planet’
'We all crave healing and justice for humanity.'
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England to host Euro 2020? Downing Street dismisses recent ‘speculation’
Downing Street has dismissed speculation that England could be the sole hosts of a rescheduled Euro 2020 this summer.
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WWE legend Ric Flair pays emotional tribute to late son Reid on what would have been wrestler’s 32nd birthday
The Nature Boy remembered his beloved boy.
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Theresa May, 64, receives vaccination and tells public jab is 'safe and helps to protect others' 
Former Prime Minister Theresa May, 64, received her first dose of the Covid vaccine in Reading, Berkshire, as she urged others to have theirs when called upon. She posted a picture on Twitter.
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Mogwai score first No 1 album after 25 years: 'It's totally surreal'
Scottish post-rockers reach top with 10th album As the Love Continues, with frontman Stuart Braithwaite saying, ‘It’s not the kind of thing that enters into our orbit’Scottish post-rock band Mogwai have scored their first No 1 album, 25 years after the release of their first single.As the Love Continues is the band’s 10th studio album of atmospheric guitar-centred music. Frontman Stuart Braithwaite, who also runs the tiny independent Rock Action label that releases their albums, told the Guardian it was “totally surreal, completely unexpected. At no one point ever has anyone even working with us said we’re going to have a No 1 album – it’s not the kind of thing that enters into our orbit. Continue reading...
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Professor Green really can’t wait for lots of cuddles with his baby as he prepares to become a father
'I know it’s not what you expect to come from a rapper’s mouth but cuddles are my favourite thing.'
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PM's policy chief says time for Tories to 'move away from Thatcherism'
Neil O'Brien, a Tory MP and the chairman of the Conservative Party Policy Board, told the Bright Blue think that it is 'such a funny thing to talk about being a Thatcherite in 2021'.
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Diogo Dalot reacts to Man Utd drawing AC Milan in Europa League
Man Utd will take on AC Milan in the next round of the Europa League which will see them take on Diogo Dalot, who is on loan at the Italian side from the Red Devils
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Coronation street's Sam in danger tonight after 'stealing' Simon's cocaine
Corrie's Simon has found himself in the clutches of a drug dealing gang in a bid to make money for himself and Leanne, who is struggling with her grief
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The Guardian view on the Yemen war: US needs deeds not just words to make peace | Editorial
Joe Biden’s team should put things right because as part of the Obama administration they provided cover for the Saudi/UAE-led campaign“This war has to end.” These words by President Joe Biden about the terrible conflict in Yemen are welcome. But they are easier to say than to make happen. Since 2015, fighting in Yemen has left a quarter of a million people dead and 3 million displaced. War crimes were committed on all sides, while the world looked on as a humanitarian disaster unfolded. The country is currently a battleground between regional actors and their proxies that vie for supremacy among the sandy ruins of some of the oldest civilisations on Earth.Mr Biden has promised to end arms sales and US participation in the Saudi/United Arab Emirates-led war in Yemen. This is to be welcomed. It is also what Democrats in Congress have voted for. The US president should ensure that any embargo cannot be circumvented. Britain, shamefully, has yet to follow suit with a ban. Mr Biden has also lifted the terrorist designation of the Houthis, the Iranian-backed group whose advance was the reason Riyadh and Abu Dhabi invaded. This too is good news. One can only make peace with one’s enemies. If diplomacy is back, as the US president claims, then diplomats need to be able to talk to foes as well as friends. Continue reading...
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Julia Hartley-Brewer contrasts 'selfish' Prince Harry to the Queen - 'Exact opposites!'
JULIA HARTLEY-BREWER has said that Prince Harry's latest "selfish" remarks to James Corden were "the exact opposite of everything the Queen has stood for" over the past decades.
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Mikel Arteta reveals Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was ‘upset’ in Arsenal training after missing a penalty
'He got upset and I said to the coaching staff that I like that.'
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Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall recreates iconic eyerolling interview and it is everything
It's been the subject of many a meme.
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Vaccine roll-out gaps a core concern for G-20 countries
The Italian government says that the uneven distribution of vaccines between developed and developing countries is a key concern of Group of 20 nations as leaders consider how to create an even recovery from the pandemic
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Chelsea vs Manchester United: Thomas Tuchel says ‘implications are huge’ if Blues can find victory
The Blues come into the game in better form, but outside the Champions League spots
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Grayson’s Art Club series 2: First look at Boy George’s eccentric painting for new season launch
Grayson's Art Club is back!
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Map shows Covid cases are increasing in one in five areas
The public was warned that the 'sobering sign' mean we are 'not there yet'.
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Sunak to use budget to start repairing the UK's public finances
Corporation tax and capital gains tax expected to rise as chancellor begins huge task of repaying Covid debtRishi Sunak will use the volatility in global financial markets to ram home a budget message next week that immediate action is needed to repair the damage to the public finances caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.Despite the deep downturn caused by the third nationwide lockdown, the chancellor – who has been closely monitoring market moves – will announce the first steps towards reducing the biggest peacetime deficit in Britain’s history. Continue reading...
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Iran threatens to quit IAEA pact over censure from west
US seeking resolution to express ‘deepening concern’ over Iran’s cooperation with UN nuclear agencyIran has threatened to pull out of a deal struck with UN weapons inspectors last weekend if western countries go ahead with plans to censure it over its failure to cooperate fully with the International Atomic Energy Authority.Western leaders are planning to table a motion at the IAEA next week condemning Iran for pulling out of the overarching agreement with the UN body giving inspectors access to its nuclear sites. Continue reading...
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Time to deliver! Boris urged to slash EU red tape to unleash Brexit Britain Covid recovery
BRITAIN must relentlessly hack through EU red tape if it is to secure the nation's economic recovery once the coronavirus pandemic subsides, a UK think tank chief has warned.
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Lady Gaga's dog walker saved by neighbour after being shot during horror ordeal
Gaga's dog walker Ryan Fischer, 30, took three of her pets out for a walk in West Hollywood when he was shot with an semi-automatic handgun
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AP names Anna Jo Bratton to post of US Enterprise Editor
The Associated Press has named Anna Jo Bratton as U.S. Enterprise Editor on the news cooperative’s Global Enterprise Team
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9 best kids’ desks to get them excited about learning
Promote your child's productivity with one of these small and adjustable tables
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Ian Wright claims Bruno Fernandes 'frustration' could 'demoralise' players
Bruno Fernandes has established himself as a key member of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Man Utd side since arriving at the club from Sporting Lisbon.
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Life Is Strange 3 rumours claims two new games and a Nintendo Switch port
A new rumour claims that two more Life Is Strange games are in development, with the first one set to be ported to the Switch.
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Easter eggs 2021: Best chocolatey creations to get delivered, from Percy the Pig to Oreo
From gin to fruit and animal-themed eggs, these are the best of the bunch
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Family home targeted in two arson attacks in three days
'The outcome could have been a completely different story'
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Hotel's Book Butler service brings free books you choose straight to your room
The Ben West Palm has launched a Book Butler service where you can order from an in-room reading list and get the books straight to your door
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Golden Globes 2021: The 5 biggest snubs, and the 5 biggest surprises
Fans are reeling over the mixed bag of films and TV shows nominated for this year’s awards ceremony
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Murderer's chilling 999 call after he strangled his fiancee is released as he is jailed for life
Madog Rowlands, 23, waited 35 hours before calling emergency services after murdering 21-year-old call centre worker Lauren Griffiths at their home in Cathays, Cardiff, in April 2019.
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Liverpool owners FSG 'set to sell 10% stake worth £540m' to investment firm
The stake will reportedly cost RedBird Capital around $750million (£537m), with the deal valuing FSG, who own Liverpool Football Club, at more than $7billion (£5bn)
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Man admits killing his mum at her home in south Manchester
Leroy Panton, 40, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility
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Famous Peter Luger steakhouse fills empty seats with wax versions of celebrities
Restaurant says wax celebrities are a ‘fun, safe way’ to fill seats
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