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Piers Morgan blames Sam Smith for Brit Awards ‘axing’ male and female categories: ‘The women will suffer’
Sam announced they are not using male and female pronouns.
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Johnson blames Iran for Saudi Arabia oil attacks
The prime minister declines to rule out military action ahead of talks with Iran at the UN.
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Former SS soldier who murdered at least 86 men Karl Muenter dead at 96
Only last year Karl Muenter said his victims were to blame for their own deaths and disputed the toll of the Holocaust.
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Great white shark horror as image of surfer being stalked by beast in encounter goes viral
A GREAT white shark photo has gone viral after a surfer had a shocking close encounter off the coast of Massachusetts.
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Monday briefing: Thomas Cook goes bust, stranding thousands
Huge repatriation gets underway … Corbyn facing Brexit revolt at conference … Three Emmys for Phoebe Waller-BridgeGood morning briefers. I’m Martin Farrer and these are the top stories on a very busy Monday morning. Continue reading...
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The couple who got engaged at the last Emmys aren’t even married yet
C'mon lovebirds
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Mum sits next to son during maths class to teach him a lesson about behaviour
Becky Crandley embarrassed son Harley, 12, after reports that he was misbehaving and showed signs of a bad attitude.
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Boris Johnson fails six times to answer questions about 'close friend' Jennifer Arcuri
The Prime Minister was given a chance to deny claims he failed to a declare potential conflicts of interests - he didn't take it
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UK regions most exposed to no-deal Brexit also most deprived, warns study
Manufacturing health check shows exporters in Wales, north-east, Yorkshire and Humberside as vulnerableA health check of Britain’s manufacturers has shown thatsome of the most economically and socially deprived areas in UK are highly exposed to the impact of a no-deal Brexit.Exporters are already suffering losses, especially in Wales, north-east England, Yorkshire and Humberside, which have a significant exposure to trade with the EU, according to a report by manufacturing trade body Make UK and business advisory firm BDO. Continue reading...
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Google upended Pittsburgh – can the city's working class roots transform the tech industry?
An attempt by contract workers to unionize has brought the city’s industrial past crashing into the 21st centuryThe first time Nabisco tried to close its Pittsburgh factory in 1982, a coalition of labor unions and politicians successfully fought back, preserving hundreds of jobs and the smell of baking cookies in the city’s East Liberty neighborhood. Sixteen years, three free-market presidents and numerous international trade deals later, Nabisco successfully shuttered the plant for good, laying off about 350 workers and leaving behind a hulking brick monument to the Pennsylvania city’s storied industrial past.Today, the old factory building has been transformed into a shiny testament to Pittsburgh’s future: the luxuriously renovated Bakery Square is home to hundreds of Google employees, assembly lines and industrial ovens replaced with cubicles, meeting rooms and an indoor bamboo garden, the only hint of the manufacturing past in a few tasteful design flourishes. Continue reading...
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There's something about autumn: why do people love fall so much?
Pumpkin spice lattes, plaid shirts and trips to the orchard – autumn’s superfans are ready for their most cherished seasonIn 2009, Colin Nissan, a writer for McSweeney’s, published the profanity-laden paean to fall “It’s Decorative Gourd Season, Motherfuckers”. The piece, written from the perspective of a hyper-enthusiastic fan of autumnal home decor, struck a chord with readers: a decade later, it’s still the site’s second most-read piece.Perhaps Nissan unwittingly opened a kind of seasonal Pandora’s Box. In the years since his piece was published, ostentatious love for fall has gone from the fringes to the heart of mainstream culture. Every year, earlier and more predictably than the first red leaf or cold night, harbingers of fall enthusiasts appear: people wearing plaids and scarves, Instagram feeds filling with pictures from trips to the apple orchard, shop displays of stuffed fabric pumpkins and leaf-printed tea towels well before the actual first day of fall. Continue reading...
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Labour to commit to big increase in charging points for electric cars
Policy is part of a green industrial revolution promised by the party if electedLabour will build a national network of charging points for electric vehicles at a cost of £3.6bn to kickstart its planned “green industrial revolution” if elected, the party will say on Monday.The rollout of rapid-charging stations on motorways and urban streets would be enough for more than 21m cars in the next decade, and, the party said, would remove one of the biggest obstacles to electric car ownership and create 3,000 skilled jobs for electricians and engineers. Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson plays down chance of Brexit breakthrough at UN
Despite a series of planned meetings with European leaders, the PM says there are ‘still difficulties’ over an agreementBoris Johnson has cautioned against speculation he could come significantly closer to a revised Brexit deal during a series of talks with European leaders at a UN summit this week, saying “a New York breakthrough” did not seem to be on the cards.The prime minister, who is scheduled to meet the European Council president, Donald Tusk, and a string of leaders of EU nations over the next two days at the UN general assembly (UNGA), insisted that his overall “cautiously optimistic” stance of securing a deal remained unchanged. Continue reading...
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Julian Clary: ‘I was terribly good at heterosexual sex … I mastered it’
The comedian has spent more than 30 years outraging and educating straight audiences. He recalls his early fame, the infamous Norman Lamont gag – and his brief stab at heterosexualityIn a secluded room in the Guardian offices, Julian Clary is letting me have a look at his ring. Oh, do behave, readers – it’s his wedding ring: black, ceramic, studded with a diamond and, as he gleefully points out, rather S&M-looking.He wed his longtime partner, Ian Mackley, in 2016, although he is not here today to talk about that. The last time he did, telling Attitude magazine that he wasn’t sure if he liked married life, he got into heaps of trouble. “Yes, I did! So now my mind is always going: ‘Don’t say anything too harsh!’” he says, laughing. “All I can say, really, is that I’m highly amused by being married.” Continue reading...
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Britain’s common ground is lost. But there are glimmers of hope we can find it | John Harris
Media-fuelled Brexit divisions have created a culture of mutual loathing. Grassroots initiatives can help bring us together “I’ve given up watching the news,” said the man in the other room. “It’s all lies.”We were both in a hi-fi shop in Bath – me immersed in an arcane conversation about amplifiers, while he asked for help with his internet-enabled flatscreen television. He was sixtysomething, with the look of someone being endlessly annoyed by the world, or what he saw of it. These days, he said, all his information about current affairs came from online videos. What, I wondered, was he watching? Claims of faked bombings in Syria? False warnings about the dangers of vaccines? Or labyrinthine theories about the global cabal intent on stopping Brexit? Continue reading...
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Jana Hunter: 'I spent most of my life hiding from myself'
The singer, who identifies as transmasculine, talks about his ‘politically risky’ new album and the difficulties behind his transitionIn November of 2005, Jana Hunter released a collection of songs recorded almost entirely alone over a decade, titled Blank Unstaring Heirs of Doom. It was Hunter’s first solo album after years of collaborating with the 2000s freak-folk mainstay Devendra Banhart. The album contained short songs (mostly hovering around the two-minute mark) that were haunting and wistful, with muddled vocals and warped instrumentation, and earned Hunter glowing reviews and a proper spot in the then blossoming world of blog-approved indie music. Related: Tegan and Sara: ‘People never talk about women and drug use positively’ Continue reading...
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TV tonight: the $50m art heist to end all others
Filmmaker Vanessa Eagle tracks down culprit Michel Cohen who escaped police clutches in 2003. Plus: DS Steve Fulcher is in the dock in A Confession. Here’s what to watch this eveningIt reads like something out of a heist movie: the self-made man with no knowable past pulls off one of the biggest art cons in history, making away with more than $50m from auction houses and art dealers. The man is Michel Cohen, and since escaping extradition from Brazil in 2003 he had never been seen – until the film-maker Vanessa Engle managed to track him down for this feature. It is a wild, thrilling ride examining how greed and success dovetail in a society that bases trust largely upon appearances. Ammar Kalia Continue reading...
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Saudi Arabia oil attack: Boris Johnson says UK believes Iran responsible
En route to the UN general assembly in New York, prime minister raises possibility that the British military could become involvedThe UK now believes Iran was responsible for a major attack earlier this month on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, Boris Johnson has said, also raising the possibility that the British military could become involved in helping secure the Saudis against future aggression.Speaking to reporters on his plane en route to the UN general assembly (UNGA) in New York, the prime minister said there was “a very high degree of probability” that Iran was behind the drone and missile attack two major oil installation on 14 September. Continue reading...
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British troops could be deployed to Saudi Arabia if Iran tensions escalate
The PM will meet Iranian President Rouhani on Tuesday - and he won't rule out military action
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces huge Marcus Rashford decision after West Ham defeat
Manchester United boss must use injury lay-off to decide how to get best out of struggling striker
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England need tough early Rugby World Cup games to lift trophy - look at us at 2016 Olympics
SAM QUEK COLUMN: England opened their Rugby World Cup campaign with a comfortable 35-3 victory over Tonga
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Boris Johnson lashes out at Thomas Cook bosses as holiday firm collapses
The PM said directors might not have been "incentivised" to fix the ailing firm's financial woes
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Don't expect New York Brexit breakthrough says Boris Johnson ahead of UN summit
Johnson will meet with EU leaders and try to convince Trump to come to the table on climate change
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Pep Guardiola reveals why Man City star Kevin De Bruyne sometimes makes him angry
Kevin De Bruyne was in incredible form for Manchester City during their 8-0 thrashing of Watford at the Etihad on Saturday
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Manchester United's two key mistakes are being punished
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Man Utd returned home from the London Stadium empty handed after Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell goals.
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Homer Simpson hosts the Emmys in the awards' most bizarre opening ever
The Simpson's star put on his tux but his go at hosting only lasted a few seconds as bosses were slammed
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Jesus Christ revelation: Major biblical breakthrough as ancient miracle mosaic discovered
A COLOURFUL mosaic discovered in a burnt out church may depict an a miracle that Jesus conducted thousands of years ago.
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Kim Kardashian loves being in Wyoming because she can wear no make-up and her sweat pants: ‘It’s just so chill’
'It's just so chill there.'
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Man spared jail for farting aggressively at police and saying ‘how do you like that?’
A judge let rip at Stuart Cook after police got wind that something was wrong.
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What channel is Wales vs Georgia on? TV and live stream information
The Six Nations champions get their World Cup campaign underway against Georgia on Monday morning
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Bat signal shines out over 11 cities to celebrate 80 years of the comic book hero
Happy birthday Batman
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UK weather warning: Met Office warning as 'washout week' brings floods and thunder
Flooding, hail, lightning and strong winds could cause chaos across the UK over the next few days
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Fleabag and Game of Thrones reign at Brit-dominated Emmys
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s comedy was the surprise victor while the final season of HBO’s fantasy drama picked up the most awardsIt was a British invasion at the 71st Emmy awards, with Game of Thrones taking home the prize for best drama and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag sweeping most of the comedy awards in a night that saw numerous nods to stars from across the pond.The biggest question heading into the night was whether Emmy voters would reward perennial juggernaut Game of Thrones for its divisive final season. The show was nominated for 32 awards – the most for any single season of television ever – and had already won 10 Creative Arts Emmys last week. Game of Thrones took home the night’s final prize for outstanding drama series and a best supporting actor nod for American star Peter Dinklage – bringing its total to 12 awards and breaking its own 2015 record for the most awards per series – but was otherwise shut out of the telecast. Continue reading...
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Peaky Blinders fans are convinced Declan Donnelly played Winston Churchill in fifth season finale
Peaky Blinders fans are convinced that Declan Donnelly is playing Winston Churchill in the show.
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Emmys 2019: Commentator throws major shade at Felicity Huffman with savage prison joke
Awkward.
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Brexit: Boris Johnson plays down prospect of 'breakthrough' in talks with EU leaders in New York
PM continues to insist a "great deal of progress has been made" – a claim already ridiculed in Brussels and other EU capitals
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Jennifer Arcuri: Boris Johnson dodges questions on relationship with ex-model 'awarded public funds and access'
Asked six times about his ties to Ms Arcuri, which Labour has said warrants an investigation into possible misuse of public funds, Johnson refused to comment
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Trial over weight-loss pill behind 'up to 2,000 deaths' to start in France
French drug watchdog along with pharmaceutical firm Servier on trial over Mediator drug scandalA landmark trial over one of France’s biggest healthcare scandals will begin on Monday after a weight-loss pill was believed to have killed up to 2,000 people and left many more injured for life.The trial for manslaughter and deceit will attempt to lift the lid on France’s massive pharmaceuticals industry. Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson says UK believes Iran is to blame for Aramco oil fields attack in Saudi Arabia
'We think it very likely indeed that Iran was indeed responsible,' says PM on way to New York, standing by Donald Trump's threat of potential military action
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'The mystery must be resolved': what befell Swede who saved Hungarian Jews?
Raoul Wallenberg is thought to have saved as many as 30,000 Jews but his descendants do not know how, when or why he diedSeventy-five years after the amateur Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg embarked on his desperate mission to rescue Budapest’s Jews, his descendants still do not know how, when or why he died.This week, they are travelling to Stockholm to demand the government finally does a bit more to help them find out. Continue reading...
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Manchester United news and transfers LIVE Rashford and Martial injury update plus Evra latest
All the latest Man Utd injury news and transfer gossip following the defeat against West Ham United on Sunday.
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Man City news and transfers LIVE Kevin De Bruyne latest as attentions turn to Preston in Carabao Cup
All the latest Manchester City injury news and transfer rumours ahead of the Carabao Cup clash with Preston North End.
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Manchester United fans call for the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic following Marcus Rashford injury
Man Utd are currently without any fit strikers following injury to Marcus Rashford and fans have called for Zlatan Ibrahimovic to return.
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Thomas Cook: Boris Johnson admits government refused to grant £150m bailout to historic travel company
Rescue package would create 'moral hazard' for other businesses, says PM, as he commits to help all 150,000 passengers stranded by company's collapse
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Emmy Awards 2019: Peter Dinklage turns the air blue during his acceptance speech
He let it all out after collect his award for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
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