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'Why the f*** was he speaking to Beth Rigby?' Tories tearing hair out over Boris antics
BORIS Johnson has sparked backlash among Tory MPs for his reaction to the Partygate scandal, and an interview with Sky News' Beth Rigby sparked particular uproar.
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Stefanos Tsitsipas’ bizarre reaction to Australian Open win leaves Benoit Paire ‘irritated’
Somebody needed to tell Tsitsipas he'd won!
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Why does Russia want to block Ukraine from joining Nato?
Vladimir Putin vehemently opposed to neighbour signing up to military alliance
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Man extradited from Albania charged with murdering man in Cardiff
Gledis Mehalla, 20, is the fourth person to be arrested over the killing.
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Man extradited from Albania charged with murdering man in Cardiff
Gledis Mehalla, 20, is the fourth person to be arrested over the killing.
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Voices: This is why I read out an abusive email on live television
I have got used to the abuse I suffer because I am a woman, to the point that I can be called a whore and carry on answering questions about Boris Johnson’s law-breaking
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Julia Fox ‘couldn’t care less’ about attention amid budding Kanye West romance
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Ukraine says Russia waging ‘hybrid war’ after cyberattack on government websites
Threat of Russian invasion looms as 100,000 troops gather near border
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Killed on the beach on Christmas Day- the dream holiday that became a nightmare for a Greater Manchester family
“It’s important for Khuram's legacy that we can continue the conversation and it’s an opportunity to keep his memory alive.”
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Dan Evans’ defeat ends British interest in singles at Australian Open 2022
Ninth seed Felix Auger-Aliassime ran out a comfortable 6-4 6-1 6-1 winner on John Cain Arena.
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One of UK's most wanted men 'The Big Guy' arrested in Spain 24 hours after public appeal
'The Big Guy' Joshua Hendry, 30, from Liverpool, was spotted walking a dog in Marbella, Spain, on Thursday with police later arresting him in the town of San Pedro de Alcantára
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Meera Sodha’s recipe for vegan lemon tart | The new vegan
A sprightly take on the classic citrus dessert, using the talents of silken tofu in place of egg yolks to create a lighter tartMy theory is that everyone has a default pudding. My dad will always choose cheesecake, my daughter ice-cream, my husband loves a cheese plate and my best friend the chocolatiest thing on the menu. My weakness has always been lemon tart. Due to this lifelong love, I was sceptical that I’d be able to come up with a vegan take that would satisfy my own appetite, but here we are. In this recipe, silken tofu forms a rich base to overlay sharp winter lemons. It’s different from the traditional tart in that it’s fresher and brighter, so this is in no way a substitute, but another wonderful lemon tart in its own right.UK readers: click to buy these ingredients from Ocado Continue reading...
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Everton vs Aston Villa LIVE: Premier League team news, line-ups and more
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We simulated Southampton vs Man City to get a score prediction
Manchester City travel to Southampton on Saturday in the Premier League, so we simulated the game to get a score prediction.
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Prince Andrew could be given royal lifeline by Queen - as Charles tipped to reject brother
PRINCE Andrew is more likely to be given a royal lifeline and have his patronages restored if he wins a legal case against him while the Queen remains on the throne, according to a source close to the Duke.
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'Jack The Chipper' restaurant boss, 52, WINS unfair dismissal case 
Recep Turhan, 52, (far left) worked at Poppies in Camden and was sacked in September 2020. He became frustrated with a resident who said he and colleagues were flouting parking rules.
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Selling Sunset season 5 ‘officially wrapped’ as Mary Fitzgerald teases release date
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Covid news - live: New BA.2 variant ‘under investigation’ as ministers ‘consider delaying’ NHS vaccine mandate
Cases of Omicron sub-variant have tripled in England
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Russian invasion of Ukraine ‘inevitable and imminent’
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Pussycat Dolls star Kimberly Wyatt has a 'secret weapon' for Dancing On Ice success
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Man charged with murder of ‘kind and generous soul’ found dead in cemetery
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Harry Maguire and Fred start — Manchester United fans pick line-up vs West Ham
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Russia warned of 'swift' punishment if it goes ahead with Ukraine invasion
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Can an abundance mindset around money really make you richer?
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Yemeni rebels say death toll from prison airstrike at 80
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From living in a storage room to jet-set life with Cristiano Ronaldo - the rags to riches story of Georgina Rodriguez
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Antonio Rudiger provides update on Chelsea contract talks amid Manchester United links
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Dog walker covered in blood as she’s battered by thieves trying to steal pet
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Some members of royal family ‘have been behaving like free riders’ – Andrew Marr
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Some members of royal family ‘have been behaving like free riders’ – Andrew Marr
The political interviewer also discussed the future of the BBC licence fee.
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Netflix UK: Every movie and TV show leaving this month in January 2022
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Australian Open: Dan Evans beaten by Felix Auger-Aliassime as last British singles hope knocked out
Britain’s interest in the singles at the Australian Open is over after Dan Evans was knocked out in the third round by ninth seed Felix Auger-Aliassime.
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Nanoplastic pollution is found in the Arctic and Antarctica for the first time
Researchers from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands found the harmful plastics have been polluting Greenland for as long as 50 years. And they found them in Antartica.
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Adele praises ‘best fans in the world’ following Las Vegas residency postponement
Adele said she has “the best fans in the world” as she praised them for their support after being forced to postpone her Las Vegas residency.
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'Beautiful' soldier, 19, who 'would light up the room' dies suddenly as probe launched
Jaysley-Louise Beck was found dead at a military base in Wiltshire last month and her family have now paid tribute to her
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Hugh Hefner's ex claims life in Playboy mansion was like living in a 'cult'
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Andrew Marr reveals why he left the BBC
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Netflix secret codes: How to access hidden TV shows and movies on streaming service
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Partygate inquiry: What happens next?
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JAIL social media bosses who allow terror on their platforms
The UK's terror watchdog Jonathan Hall QC sensationally claimed it was pointless appealing to Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg to 'act morally' because he was only motivated by profit.
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Aryna Sabalenka laughs off serving slump to reach Australian Open fourth round
The world number two, who beat Marketa Vondrousova 4-6 6-3 6-1, has racked up 80 double faults in just five matches in 2022.
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‘Personal, vindictive, inflammatory’: Epstein-linked legal battle ratchets up
Leon Black, one of New York’s wealthiest men, locked in a bitter dispute with a former lover who accuses him of sexual violenceWith Ghislaine Maxwell’s criminal conviction working its way toward an appeal, and Virginia Giuffre’s civil case against Prince Andrew caught up in arguments over evidence and depositions, another high-profile case linked to the convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is working through the New York court system.It too is dragging in some of the biggest names in elite New York society, in this case sending shockwaves through the rarefied world of Manhattan finance. Continue reading...
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Netflix UK: The best original TV shows to watch now
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From conference highs to the abyss: the swift undoing of Boris Johnson
Less than four months ago, the PM was riding high and telling jokes in Manchester, a world away from where he is nowIt was not meant to fall apart as fast as this. After Boris Johnson won the general election in December 2019, he declared in a victory address: “I, and we, will never take your support for granted.”The prime minister’s 80-seat majority, a victory for the “get Brexit done” campaign, appeared to leave him impregnable. For 18 months after, Johnson continued to defy political gravity despite repeated missteps, as the pandemic came to Britain’s shores. Continue reading...
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‘The clap for the NHS meant nothing’: novelist turned doctor Roopa Farooki on her frontline experience of Covid
When the writer retrained in medicine, she never imagined she’d be working through a pandemic. She describes how she has coped with the everyday tragedy by putting her experience into wordsIn February 2020, when the novelist and doctor Roopa Farooki first sat down to write her latest book, coronavirus was “something that was kind of buzzing around” in the background. “Those of us going to work every day in a hospital, we weren’t really aware of it; we were just blindly doing our job, day by day, patient by patient. Knowing there was this thing happening, but it was insidious. There was a clue here or there, but we weren’t absolutely sure how far it would affect us, or how far it would change us.”Farooki’s sister Kiron had just died of breast cancer. Kiron was 48, a solicitor and a mother. She had previously been unwell, but the cancer had gone into remission. “We thought she had beaten this thing,” says Farooki. Her sister was straight-talking, fierce in her love, prone to doling out advice whether Farooki wanted to hear it or not. “She was super-amazing at everything she did.” To process it all, Farooki did what she has done since she was a little girl: she wrote about it. “Before she passed away, she saw that I was thinking about her and writing about it. She wasn’t angry about it. But you always worry when you write about someone that you’re twisting yourself into someone else’s tragedy.” Continue reading...
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Rees-Mogg’s roots tell a true Conservative tale – just not the one he wants us to hear | Ian Jack
The MP’s grandfather worked as a dairyman and lorry driver, but this does not fit his carefully cultivated public imageJust to the south of London’s great stations for the north – Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross – an old and rather careworn neighbourhood serves the traveller’s needs. Cheap beds, cheap food and drink, drugs probably, sex formerly. Finer amusements had been planned for the site: in 1830 a project known as the Royal Panharmonium Pleasure Gardens, which was to include a theatre, ballroom and music gallery, went bankrupt before it was finished. In its place came a square and a few streets of modest brown-brick houses, built just before flat-fronted Georgian went out of fashion.Knowing no better, I stayed in a comfortless room there on a winter’s night in the 1960s. Shillings fed the meter for the gas fire, a light bulb hung from the ceiling, and in the early hours of the morning the door shook with a tremendous banging as a man’s slurred voice called out for a woman. The area is more respectable now, but in some ways nicely unchanged. True, there’s a Travelodge and a Comfort Inn, but also a Macdonald hotel and a Jesmond Dene hotel, which speak of a time when travellers coming or going from stations north of the Tyne liked to be reminded of home.Ian Jack is a Guardian columnist Continue reading...
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UK and Russia ‘to hold first defence talks since 2013’ amid Ukraine crisis
The defence secretary is reportedly set to fly to Moscow for talks to avert war.
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Woman sparks debate by secretly filming husband scrolling through videos of women
People on TikTok are debating relationship boundaries after a woman secretly filmed her own husband looking at pictures and videos of other women on his phone
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