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Was this the moment Jurgen Klopp knew Liverpool had to sign Takumi Minamino?
He clearly liked what he saw.
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Geordie Shore’s Scotty T declared bankrupt after business fell into £147,000 of debt
The professional party animal has lost all his money.
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Party leaders turn out to cast their votes at the General Election
Jo Swinson, Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon have all been busy this morning.
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Oceanforce: app designed by London school kids gamifies plastic recycling
Five students from St Marylebone School have created the new app
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Oscars 2020: The serious film award contenders and outsiders, from Parasite to Little Women
With a month to go until the Academy Award nominations are announced, Kyle Buchanan rounds up the films and stars in the running for recognition
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Family's race against time to raise £500,000 to save their superhero
The family of a seven-year old boy diagnosed with a rare form of cancer are trying to raise £500,000 to take him to the US for treatment.
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Les Arts Florissants review, Barbican: Impeccable, entrancing and performed with grace
Mezzo-soprano Lea Desandre performs arias like a dove from heaven
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UK general election 2019 campaign in pictures as nation heads to the polls
As the country heads to the polls today, we reflect in pictures on what has been a short, tumultuous and "historic" election campaign.
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Jeremy Corbyn greeted by Elmo as he goes to vote
Father's rights activist Bobby 'Elmo' Smith clashed with security outside the polling station.
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Cristiano Ronaldo: Juventus forward fumes after fan grabs him by neck
Portuguese appeared to shout 'Are you crazy' as the pitch invader was dragged away
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Queen will wear as many as SEVEN different outfits on Christmas day
People magazine has revealed how the Queen's dresser, Angela Kelly, provides the monarch with five to seven outfit changes a day when she's 'busy' entertaining at her Norfolk estate.
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Angela Merkel tops Forbes' list of the most powerful women in the world for 2019
German chancellor was named the most powerful woman in the world in 2018
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Woman slams Jeremy Corbyn for supporting Labour Hartlepool Mike Hill she claims sex harassed her
The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was outraged when she saw pictures of Mr Corbyn with his arm around his Hartlepool candidate during a rally in Middlesbrough yesterday.
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'I don’t care' – Douglas Murray savages PC brigade: 'Can't say what you think anymore!'
DOUGLAS MURRAY hit back at his critics saying he would continue to encourage people to speak up despite the fear of cancellation or sacking.
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Grandfather, 83, killed after being hit on crossing 'by driver racing on A10'
A grandfather died after being knocked down by a driver suspected of being in a "high speed" race, an inquest heard.
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General Election 2019: Why Coronation Street’s Roy Cropper and EastEnders’ Shirley Carter should be our Prime Ministers
VOTE CROPPER OR CARTER!
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Henry Cavill thought he would die performing Mission Impossible stunts as he recalls ‘close calls’ on The Witcher
'I was definitely thinking "This is it."'
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Fashion brand Boys Get Sad Too raises awareness of male suicide
TW: Mention of suicide.
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Victoria Beckham channels inner Sporty Spice with early-morning workout and we’re tired just watching her
How does she do it?!
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Nicky Campbell pays heartbreaking tribute to his D-Day hero mother who has died at 96
The BBC Radio Five Live host penned a heartbreaking message on social media as he announced the death of Second World War radar operator Sheila (pictured).
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UK nationals, remember EU citizens like me who don't have the right to vote today
I've lived here for most of my life. But without British citizenship, I cannot take part in an election that may well make my life harder
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Pensioner, 78, who is struggling with loneliness weeps as students surprise him with Christmas tree
Terrence told BBC Breakfast he didn't have a Christmas tree and struggled with loneliness.
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Shane MacGowan’s wife brands Fairytale of New York lyrics row ‘very silly’
One BBC DJ has banned the track from his show.
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Prince Andrew could 'wield all powers of the MONARCH' despite royal resignation 
PRINCE ANDREW resigned from his royal duties last month, but as he still retains succession rights he could still be called upon as a Counsellor of State and act as part of a group of five senior royals wielding all the powers of the monarch.
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How visualising death can help us accept it – video
Leah Green tries out a form of meditation which aims to help people who suffer from death anxiety. In the sixth episode of Death Land she visits Alua Arthur, an end-of-life doula who facilitates the meditation. Through visualising the process of death, the treatment aims to demystify mortality Continue reading...
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Greenpeace activists scale European Union's new headquarters and unfurl huge banner warning of 'climate emergency'
Greenpeace activists have scaled the European Union's new headquarters in Brussels and unfurled a huge banner warning of a "climate emergency".
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Mums launch diverse Christmas tree decorations featuring angels and Santas of colour
These are great.
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Evening Standard comment: Vote today because elections always count
"No part of the education of a politician is more indispensable than the fighting of elections," wrote Winston Churchill. He should know. He fought more of them than almost anyone else, for two parties, in two different centuries and was elected in five constituencies. What would he have made of the five-week contest Britain has just endured? That democracy matters, that the raw energy of politics still has the power to shape our future and that on polling day power always comes back to the people. Today is not about parties or spats on social media: it hangs on the collective choice made by millions of individuals, trying to do what they think is right. The sight of long queues of people waiting to vote this morning shows they know elections count.
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Adorable baby elephant rocks up and down in the mud as it tries to scramble onto its feet 
The footage was recorded by Michelle Broadhurst while on safari through Kruger National Park, South Africa, earlier this year. In the video, the mud-covered elephant can be seen lying on its side.
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The Last Noël review – carols, hope and regret capture the Christmas spirit
Old Fire Station, OxfordChris Bush’s beautifully crafted show is comforting and uplifting with just enough kick for those who find festive theatre too saccharineCall me Scrooge, but I’m not a fan of Christmas shows. They’re often too sweet, too slight, too full of carols. But Chris Bush has a talent for transforming potentially sentimental projects into powerful pieces of theatre. That’s exactly what she did with last year’s Pericles at the National Theatre, and she does it again with The Last Noël. Here’s a play that features a carol-filled family gathering, underpinned with sorrow, yet it never feels manipulative or predictable. It’s as welcome as a glass of mulled wine: warming, comforting and with just the right amount of kick.Against Alison Neighbour’s homely set, and accompanied by Matthew Winkworth on the piano, a family gathers for Christmas. While they wait for the stragglers to arrive, they tell stories and sing carols – only they’ve been rewritten with special family memories threaded in. The Night Before Christmas, as told by student Tess (Anna Crichlow), becomes about a seminal night at the pub; and uncle Mike (Dyfrig Morris) delivers a stirring rendition of The Twelve Days of Christmas, suffused with alcohol-tinged memories from a now-distant family wedding. Continue reading...
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Aung San Suu Kyi arrives for final day of genocide hearing
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi and The Gambia will today have the chance to counter arguments put forward by the other at the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
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Team GB quad biker, 24, was killed in 'violent' accident after losing control at Romanian moto event
Katie Hodgson, 24, was competing at the Hunt the Wolf moto event in Romania. On April 11 she attempted to descend a treacherous slope known as 'Killer Hill'.
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Joe Biden, 77, dismisses claims he would serve only one term as US president
Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden has denied planning to serve just one term if he beats Donald Trump in next year's election.
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Freddie Ljungberg in need of favour from the Arsenal youngsters he mentored
Freddie Ljungberg is in his present position because of the relationship he enjoys with Arsenal's young players. Thursday night offers a chance to examine just how far that could take him.
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Ferrari confirm Lewis Hamilton talks: 'We are flattered he wants to join us'
Ferrari have admitted for the first time that Lewis Hamilton has discussed joining them.
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Tekashi69 writes apology letter to express remorse to judge ahead of sentencing
Rapper Tekashi69 has penned a letter to a judge telling him how remorseful he is for his gang affiliation and insisting he has seen the error of his ways
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Emmerdale spoilers: Aaron Dingle kills Luke Posner tonight in violent attack?
Aaron and Luke come face to face once more, and with Aaron determined to get Wendy out of the village, will he resort to violence?
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Boy is fighting for life in hospital after suffering serious burns during nativity
Students from St Thomas Becket Catholic Primary School were at a church in Croydon, south London on Wednesday when the child was engulfed in flames. He remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital
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Britain needs its own Mueller report on Russian ‘interference’ | Glenn R Simpson and Peter Fritsch
Conservative-leaning media in the UK and US see little mileage in exposing meddling that helped their own sideThe British political system has become thoroughly compromised by Russian influence. It’s high time its institutions – including the media – woke up to that fact. In 2016, both the United Kingdom and the United States were the targets of Russian efforts to swing their votes. The aim was to weaken the alliances that had constrained Vladimir Putin’s ambitions, such as the European Union and Nato.The efforts in both countries had much in common. They were aided by a transatlantic cast of characters loosely organised around the Trump and Brexit campaigns. Many of them worked in concert and interacted with Russians close to the Kremlin. The outcome in both countries was also eerily similar. Both countries have been at war with themselves in the three years since, pulling them back from the international stage at a time when Putin has consolidated his position in Crimea, Ukraine, Syria and beyond. Continue reading...
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Election watchdog issues legal warning after BBC's Kuenssberg claims postal votes 'grim' for Labour
The comments infuriated Labour supporters. They claimed she breached the Representation of the People Act, which bans reporting of how people voted until after polls close at 10pm tonight.
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Little boy's amazing act of kindness in memory of his mum moves couple to tears
Every year, on the anniversary of his mum's death, 10-year-old Harvey Hughes-Sharps and his family go out for a meal in her memory and he carries out acts of kindness
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Russian TV axes show starring Ukraine's leader after Putin joke
Zelenskiy sitcom lasted just one night after alluding to Putin in crude sub-languageA Russian television channel has abruptly cancelled a sitcom starring Ukraine’s president after an allusion to a crude joke about Vladimir Putin was aired in Russia’s far east.The political satire Servant of the People served as a platform for the former comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy to gain popularity and eventually win the Ukrainian presidency, in a vote largely driven by anger at the country’s previous leaders. Continue reading...
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Cristiano Ronaldo's message to pitch invader who grabbed his neck after Juventus win
Cristiano Ronaldo was involved in an angry exchange with a fan following Juventus' 2-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League.
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Narcoleptic baker, 27, reveals she wakes up to surprise deliveries she she does while sleeping
Rachel Lane, 27, from Maine, has bought $400 worth of random items while sleeping since being diagnosed with narcolepsy in 2016. She also suffers from hallucinations in her sleep.
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Republicans are turning impeachment into a carnival – and it could cost them | Geoffrey Kabaservice
These antics may work as a short-term strategy. But they’ll go down poorly with voters the Republican party really needsHouse Democrats announced this week that they would bring two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, making him only the fourth president in US history to face such charges. Democratic leaders characterized the occasion as solemn, somber and sad. Republicans, on the other hand, dismissed the impeachment inquiry as a circus and a sham despite the fact that they are themselves the ones trying to reduce it to carnivalesque farce. Even a motion to take a 15-minute bathroom break during this week’s judiciary committee hearings provoked hysterical Republican objections.The Republican strategy, clearly, is to undermine and delegitimize the impeachment inquiry. Republicans are portraying the inquiry as a hoax and an attempted coup by Democrats desperate to reverse the results of the 2016 election, unrelated to any actual presidential wrongdoing. The White House’s refusal to cooperate with Congress by sending legal representation to the impeachment hearings was explained by Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway as resistance to “colluding with an illegitimate process”. Continue reading...
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Chelsea 'prepared for fresh takeover bid' from LA Dodgers owner
An American billionaire is planning to make a second offer to buy Chelsea from Roman Abramovich, but the Russian maintains the club is not for sale
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Barbara Windsor’s husband Scott says her Alzheimer's means she doesn’t always recognise him
Scott Mitchell appeared on Good Morning Britain to speak about the degenerative condition
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Krispy Kreme is offering 12 doughnuts for £1 today - here's how to get yours
Hungry shoppers can buy any dozen of Krispy Kreme doughnuts and get 12 Original Glazed doughnuts for just £1
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