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Amanda Holden thinks Germany’s Got Talent’s ‘sausages up the bum’ lady will be on the British show ‘without doubt’
The sausage eater could be on BGT this year.
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Aaron Carter taken to hospital in Florida, mother confirms
Singer was accused of threatening to kill brother Nick's pregnant wife in September
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Coronation Street star Jane Hazlegrove chokes up as she watches Paul Foreman confront Bernie Winter over predator Kel
The Coronation Street star was overcome on Lorraine.
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Why the Qantas nonstop flight from London to Sydney is neither new nor record-breaking
The Man Who Pays His Way: The Qantas nonstop simply repeated a flight from three decades ago
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Michael 'Venom' Page to take on Giovanni Melillo in Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson withdrawal
Michael 'Venom' Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.
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Republican senator launches bizarre WWE-style attack on 'cultured, goat milk latte-drinking, avocado toast-eating insiders' at Trump rally
'I stand before you tonight as a proud "deplorable",' John Kennedy tells Louisiana crowd
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Best perfume gifts for men and women: Make Christmas shopping easy with these 20 famous fragrances
Stock up on their new favourite scent
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Cristiano Ronaldo scores another hat-trick for Portugal as Mario Rui heralds him as 'best in world'
Ronaldo scored three goals as Portugal hammered hapless Lithuania
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Stunning images make the finals of ‘best photo of eyes’ contest
Very eye-catching.
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EastEnders spoilers: The aftermath of Mel Owen’s death is confirmed
The Square is in shock.
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Trump impeachment news - live: President says inquiry has been 'very hard' on his family as tax returns battle heads to Supreme Court
Follow the latest updates from Washington
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Violent 'control freak' shatters girlfriend's face after he's caught with woman
Joanne Mason, 33, told a surgeon "help me" after she was attacked by her then-boyfriend Luke Patrice, 32, who prevented her from going to a hospital for four days
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The Killers announce new album Imploding the Mirage and 2020 UK stadium tour – How to get tickets
Tickets for the stadium tour go on sale on 22 November
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Steve Irwin's daughter Bindi leads tributes for late father on his national day
November 15 marks national Steve Irwin day where the crocodile hunter's life and legacy are honoured
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Emotional Al Murray appeals for blood stem cell donors as nephew, 6, battles rare cancer
The comedian revealed on GMB that Finlay, six, has juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia and desperately needs a donor before Christmas
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Banks disagree on how to pay for fraud refunds
Without a new deal, victims of money transfer fraud could be left without protection from January.
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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Archie to spend Christmas with duchess's mother Doria Ragland
Decision 'has the support of the Queen', spokesperson states
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Prince Andrew to be quizzed on Epstein in Newsnight special
BBC to broadcast ‘no holds barred’ interview with royal on Saturday nightPrince Andrew has agreed to speak publicly about his friendship with the paedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the first time, in a “no holds barred” interview with the BBC’s Newsnight programme to be broadcast on Saturday night.The prince has been the subject of fierce speculation over his relationship with the financier, who was found dead in his New York jail cell three months ago. Continue reading...
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Sunken WW2 submarine discovered off the coast of Japan after 75 years
Explorers have found the USS Grayback which sank with 80 sailors aboard
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I'm A Celebrity 2019: Myles Stephenson reveals plans to quiz Caitlyn Jenner on OJ Simpson
Jenner's ex Kris was good friends with OJ Simpson and his late wife Nicole Brown
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Arsenal's Hector Bellerin subject to interest from Italian club, says agent
The defender recently returned from a long-term knee injury
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Chelsa star Tammy Abraham slams unacceptable England fans for booing Liverpool’s Joe Gomez
It should have been a night of celebration.
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'There will be accidents'... Wythenshawe school losing much-loved lollipop lady. This is what parents have to say
Manchester council announced plans to remove the crossing near Sandilands Primary School citing financial constraints
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Chile protests: Hundreds of demonstrators blinded by riot police's shotgun pellets
At least 230 Chileans have lost sight after being hit in the eye by shotgun pellets fired by riot police during street clashes in the past month, medics have revealed.
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Star spewed out by supermassive black hole spotted hurtling through the universe at 3.7 million mph
Runaway star is a 'visitor from a strange land', scientists say
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General election: Boris Johnson 'absolutely guarantees' he won't delay Brexit again
Boris Johnson said he would rather be 'dead in a ditch' than delay Brexit when he became Prime Minister but he was forced to write to the EU requesting an extension
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General election: 3 times Boris Johnson didn't tell the whole truth in BBC Breakfast interview
Boris Johnson has blustered and flustered his way through a 30-minute general election interview - and you'll be shocked to learn not all of it was true
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Star Wars comes to Fortnite with new Stormtrooper skin
It’s already happened to the Avengers and John Wick, and now it’s happening to the Empire’s finest, as Star Wars X Fortnite becomes a thing.
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Netflix is being sued by Mo’Nique for racial pay discrimination on comedy special that never happened
The comedian confirmed the news on Instagram.
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Beyonce finally gets a good wax figure as Homecoming performance is immortalised
It took us a while, but we finally got there.
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McDonald's confirms it will extend breakfast hours in all UK restaurants from next week
The fast-food chain will now serve up hash browns and McMuffins until late morning
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Chris Kamara reveals why he turned down I’m A Celebrity and X Factor: Celebrity
He was just too busy.
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I'm A Celebrity winner Christopher Biggins predicts Caitlyn Jenner will cause huge drama
Former king of the jungle Christopher Biggins thinks we won't be disappointed when Caitlyn Jenner arrives in the camp
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Free broadband for everyone if Labour win General Election
The plan will save the average person £30.30 a month in bills.
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Tammy Abraham tells England fans to boost players, not boo, to help win Euros
Liverpool defender Joe Gomez was jeered by the crowd when brought on in the second half
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Quiz: Michael Sheen is unrecognisable as Chris Tarrant in drama about Millionaire cheating scandal
Actor has transformed for ITV series about Charles and Diana Ingram's coughing trick
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Free broadband essential to make UK competitive, says John McDonnell
Shadow chancellor says Labour policy to nationalise Openreach needed as private sector has not deliveredLatest election news - live updatesLabour’s plan to provide free broadband to everyone in Britain is essential to allow Britain to compete in the global economy, John McDonnell said on Friday, defending the proposals against claims that they were the beginning of a general programme of nationalisation.The shadow chancellor told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that the plan to take over BT’s Openreach is “very much following the model of what has happened elsewhere”. Continue reading...
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Celine Dion recalls final words she told husband Rene Angelil just before he died of throat cancer: ‘I got this’
So heartbreaking.
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Sponge on the Run: Keanu Reeves cameos as tumbleweed in new SpongeBob SquarePants film
Actor has clearly been enjoying his diverse range of film roles in recent years
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Coronation Street spoilers: What’s next for Daniel as he deals with life without Sinead?
He has a long journey ahead.
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Mike Brown tells vocal Harlequins to let rugby do their talking as Europe starts
Quins have led chorus of disapproval at Saracens' salary cap breach but Brown warns: “It’s okay to have your say but you’ve also got to back up your end and do the job”
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Black Lives 1900 review – WEB Du Bois at the Paris exposition
A sumptuous book, edited by Julian Rothenstein, on a striking exhibit that showed the progress of African Americans since slaveryAt the start of the 20th century, world fairs, like art biennales today, were among the most glittering spectacles available to the public. Staged in cities such as London, Berlin, Stockholm, Turin and New York, they were multimedia constructions, encyclopedic projects, expressions of confidence about the value of science, progress, civilisation itself. Nations, almost always western, were invited to create exhibitions that best showed off their achievements. These could be artworks, feats of engineering, historical costumes, documentation of their imperial possessions. At once bling and informative, jingoistic yet evoking a confident cosmopolitanism, they were hugely popular.Such fairs reached their acme in Paris, which became so renowned for the pageants and panoramic displays it staged that it was dubbed “Queen City of Expositions” and “Faerie City of the World”. It staged five in the second half of the 19th century; the one in 1900 was the most monumental of them all, encompassing over 100 hectares of land and attracting over 50 million visitors. A contemporary observer claimed it was “the vastest gathering of men and of things, of all kindreds, kingdoms, nations and languages in the entire course of history”. It was a feast for the eye, a synthesis of market day and holiday. “What is better for a man than that he should enjoy the good of all his labour?” enthused the sociologist Patrick Geddes in his review of the closing exhibition. Continue reading...
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Outrage after landlord evicts tenants because he wants to use the house for his 50th birthday 
Steffy, from London, branded his landlord the 'dregs of society' on Twitter after receiving an email to say he was being evicted so the man could use the entire house for his 50th birthday party.
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Last Christmas review – a grisly, sub-Richard Curtis festive pudding
This shameless attempt by screenwriter Emma Thompson to siphon off the eggnog flavour from Love Actually is clunky and weird For years, Richard Curtis has attracted imitators to his brand of upscale London romcom. This squelchingly sub-Curtis effort is a case in point, and what’s so baffling is that it is co-written by Emma Thompson, whose undoubted screenplay skills form part of her unique double-Oscar achievement (one for acting in Howards End, the other for adapting Sense and Sensibility). And it is directed by the equally estimable Paul Feig, who gave us Bridesmaids and the Ghostbusters remake.This grisly Christmassy adventure features unbearable skittery-giggly dialogue of the sort not spoken by actual humans, while it attempts to siphon off the eggnog flavour from Curtis’s Love Actually, with a female lead who is a Frankenstein’s-monster mix of Bridget Jones and the quirky sister from Notting Hill. The film is supposedly inspired by the music of the late George Michael – who gave his permission some years ago – and when the connection between the twist reveal and Michael’s lyrics dawns on you, there is a real danger of you going into anaphylactic shock. Suffice it to say that this reveal is a time-honoured conceit that has featured in a number of films, some by very grand directors. But the weird thing is that Michael’s music and personality do not feature all that much. Continue reading...
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Bag it up: the 10 best totes – in pictures
Practical and kinder to the planet if reused again and again, there’s a totes amaze bag here to suit every taste Continue reading...
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Jeremy Corbyn attacks 'pricing out' of football fans in Premier League
Labour leader says German model of fan ownership is more democraticJeremy Corbyn has spoken of his admiration for the German model of football fan club ownership as he went into detail about Labour’s plans to give supporters influence over how their teams are run.Labour had previously committed to ensuring that the Premier League invests 5% of its income from television rights in the grassroots game and enforcing legislation designed to stop ticket tout websites inflating prices. Continue reading...
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Rabies breakthrough offers fresh hope in battle against deadly virus
New research raises hopes of oral vaccine for dogs, the chief source of transmission to humansResearchers have discovered a way to stop rabies from shutting down critical responses in the immune system, a breakthrough that could pave the way for new tools to fight the deadly disease.Rabies kills almost 60,000 people each year, mostly affecting poor and rural communities. Continue reading...
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Lil Peep: Everybody’s Everything review – posthumous chills and thrills
(Columbia) This variously sad, rocking and indifferent compilation sees the SoundCloud rapper mining a new theme: unrequited love Lil Peep’s death from a drugs overdose in 2017 hasn’t stopped a thriving industry continuing in the emo rapper’s wake. Last year’s Come Over When You’re Sober Pt 2 compiled unreleased material found on his laptop by his mother. And the new documentary Everybody’s Everything traces 21-year-old Gustav Åhr’s progress from SoundCloud rapper to mercurial talent who struggled with mental health, fame and addiction. Continue reading...
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