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Airlines worldwide rush to change flights over US 5G dispute
Airlines across the world, including the long-haul carrier Emirates, are rushing to cancel or change flights heading into the U.S. over an ongoing dispute about the rollout of 5G mobile phone technology near American airports
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The Time Machine actress Yvette Mimieux dies aged 80
She had a career spanning decades.
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Blinken in Ukraine as tensions with Russia soar
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will meet with his Russian counterpart in Switzerland this week as tensions between the U.S. and Russia escalate over a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine
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Joe Biden to host first 2022 press conference TODAY despite mounting health concerns
JOE BIDEN will host his first press conference in 77 days on Wednesday January 19, despite sparking health concerns last time the US President addressed the nation.
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How I Met Your Father: Hillary Duff’s spin-off series seems to have ‘full approval’ by HIMYM fans
How I Met Your Father’s first episode paid tribute to late Bob Saget, who narrated all nine seasons of How I Met Your Mother
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What kind of flooring is right for your home and how to get it fitted cheaply
A good floor can make or break a room.
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Queen of Clean Lynsey Crombie was ‘laughed at’ by friends for her cleaning rotas
Her first house was in a terrible state.
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What time is PMQs in the House of Commons and how do you watch it?
Boris Johnson faces another grilling in Parliament at today's Prime Minister's Questions
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How a shared ownership apartment helped this couple prepare for life with a baby
'Once we found out that we were expecting, we wanted more permanent roots for our growing family.'
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Learning the key for Emma Raducanu after strong Australian Open start
Emma Raducanu has targeted 2022 as a year of learning however her Australian Open run plays out.
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Arsenal receive AFCON boost but Liverpool not so lucky thanks to Ghana and Senegal results
Liverpool and Arsenal are missing players due to AFCON but the Gunners will welcome Thomas Partey back early whilst Mo Salah and Sadio Mane remain on international duty
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Too Hot to Handle season 3 review: The horniest show on TV still fails to be sexy
The new batch of ‘horned-up hell raisers’ are smashing records for breaking the series’ chastity rules
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The cast of As We See It on their joyous, groundbreaking autism comedy
The enlightening new series from ‘Friday Night Lights’ creator Jason Katims follows three autistic roommates as they navigate friendships, romance and work. Ellie Harrison hears from the cast about the emotional process of making the series and the impact it could have
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Manchester United should hijack Jurgen Klopp's transfer plan to sign elite midfielder
United can fend off rivals this summer to sign one of Europe's most exciting young midfielders
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Family seeks to sue Lebanon over dead father's captivity
A recent development may open a path forward for an ambitious lawsuit filed by the family of a deceased Lebanese American man over allegations that Lebanon’s security agency kidnapped and tortured him
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How Help to Buy let this couple pay their own mortgage instead of someone else’s
‘We were fed up with wasting money on rent.’
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Pfizer chief Albert Bourla wins $1 million Genesis Prize
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WWE star WALTER ‘renamed’ Gunther and fans are fuming over new name
The Ring General appears to have a new name.
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‘Nocebo effect’ may be behind two-thirds of Covid vaccine symptoms, study suggests
Nearly one-third of all participants who received a placebo in 12 vaccine trials reported at least one adverse event
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Home favourite Ash Barty cruises into round two of the Australian Open
Ash Barty helped cement her status as favourite for the Australian Open with another dominant win in the second round in front of her home crowd on Wednesday.
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‘I can’t believe they did it’ – Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios clarify Australian Open ‘boos’
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TV Tonight: Orange Is the New Black star leads new cop drama
Pretty Hard Cases stars Adrienne C Moore and Meredith MacNeill as mismatched police buddies. Plus: a peek inside the £75m former home of Margot Fonteyn. Here’s what to watch this evening Continue reading...
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For just £875 a month, this tiny London flat with a bed in the kitchen could be yours
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New York AG says Trump's company misled banks, tax officials
The New York attorney general’s office says its civil investigation has uncovered evidence that President Donald Trump's company used “fraudulent or misleading” asset valuations to get loans and tax benefits
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'Fit and healthy' schoolboy, 7, died after collapsing in class
Patryk died in 2020
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20 classic images of staff, clubbers and famous faces who helped make the Hacienda what it was
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Sex offender travelled from Greater Manchester to Cardiff to abuse young girl - then claimed he was a 'paedophile hunter' when caught
Michael Crossley was also involved in a 110mph police chase in a stolen car while he should have been on trial
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Vogue creative director and fashion icon Andre Leon Talley dies aged 73
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Asda worker's touching act of kindness restored shopper's 'faith in human beings'
Supermarket worker Ron paid for a customer's shopping after she left her bank card at home
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Man says mice infestation in his flat is so bad the pests run over his head as he sleeps
The housing company say it's taking action
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Man kept as slave in shed for 40 years on caravan park near Carlisle
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Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd's Pogba close to dream move, Barcelona reject Sancho plus Liverpool latest
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Former Vogue creative director Andre Leon Talley dies aged 73
The ‘indomitable’ fashion designer and journalist died on Tuesday in New York, his representatives said in a statement.
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Former Vogue creative director Andre Leon Talley dies aged 73
The ‘indomitable’ fashion designer and journalist died on Tuesday in New York, his representatives said in a statement.
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Prince Harry’s judicial review may expose Royal family’s security in court
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André Leon Talley death: Vogue’s former creative director and editor-at-large dead at 73
Many colleagues and fans of the fashion journalist have paid tribute to him on social media
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EXPLAINER: Why Tonga eruption was so big and what's next
The eruption of the undersea volcano near Tonga over the weekend was incredibly explosive but also relatively brief
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Russia and Ukraine: is war coming?
Europe editor Matt Frei asks whether the West can stop Russia, and he talks about what he’s seen on the ground in Ukraine.
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Ancient metal tubes unearthed in 1897 could be oldest surviving drinking straws
Gold and silver tubes, each more than a metre long, were discovered in North CaucasusA set of ancient gold and silver tubes dating to about 5,500 years ago and unearthed in North Caucasus in Russia could be the world’s oldest surviving drinking straws, experts have claimed.The eight thin-walled tubes, each more than a metre in length with a narrow perforated tip, were found in the largest of three compartments containing human remains, discovered during the excavation of a mound near Maykop in the summer of 1897. Continue reading...
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Memories of office life: at the call centre, every customer interaction became a prank
Switching accents and deliberately mispronouncing words was silly, but it helped keep up our spirits when managers were tracking our toilet breaks and listening to our callsThe part of communal work-life I miss most is gallows humour. This can only be forged in really crap jobs, and they don’t come much worse than call-centre work. I’ve done a fair bit, cold-calling for rubbish products, financial services and charities. Call centres are offices, but also open prisons. Managers keep track of the number and length of your toilet breaks. They count how many calls you attempt each minute, so you can’t slack off. When some poor sap does pick up, they sometimes listen in. You would only know this after you got taken to one side and asked why you hadn’t attempted to flog the cash-strapped pensioner some side plates. Your continued employment was always at stake. We all suffered the same dilemma. On the one hand, crippling financial need; on the other, our souls.Yet an atmosphere of Stasi-like distrust can really juice one’s rebellious instincts. These call centres were frequently staffed by actors (one of whom is now Hollywood royalty, starring in Marvel films for presumably more than £10 an hour). We were young, had the gift of the gab and could work off-script, which made sales conversations less robotic, and often more lucrative. If skiving was off the table, there were other plays. Continue reading...
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Biden pledged media reset after Trump – so why so few press conferences?
The president has none of Trump’s hostility to the press but frustration is growing over a lack of engagement with reportersWhen Joe Biden finished delivering a televised update on the administration’s coronavirus response last week, aides began to usher the press towards the exit as reporters shouted questions. Biden declined to answer.“Folks, we’ll talk about that later,” he said. Then came a question from NBC’S Kelly O’Donnell he couldn’t ignore: “Maybe a press conference soon, Mr President? We would look forward to that.” Continue reading...
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Plantwatch: goblin’s gold luminous moss continues to captivate
Schistostega pennata can grow into huge colonies in the dark and carpet caves in glowing green lightThere are caves where ethereal golden-green lights glow on the ground like emeralds. These light displays are from a luminous moss called Schistostega pennata, known as goblin’s gold, a name that conjures up legends of cave-dwelling creatures. But in daylight, the magical green glow vanishes.The moss is superbly adapted to life in the dark. When its spores germinate they grow filaments that fan out, scavenging for any faint light they can find. Cells on the surface of the moss are covered with tiny lenses that focus any dim light deep down into the bottom of the cells where chloroplasts move around to harvest any pinpricks of light. Continue reading...
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Focus on phonics to teach reading is ‘failing children’, says landmark study
Government urged to drop emphasis on synthetic phonics in English schools as not backed up by latest evidenceA landmark study has described the way primary school pupils are taught to read in England as “uninformed and failing children”, calling on the government to drop its narrow focus on phonics.Researchers at UCL’s Institute of Education say the current emphasis on synthetic phonics, which teaches children to read by helping them to identify and pronounce sounds which they blend together to make words, is “not underpinned by the latest evidence”. Continue reading...
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‘Stop talking about the problem – fix the bloody thing!’ Keir Starmer on Boris Johnson’s parties and his plan to win power
With Labour ahead in the polls and the prime minister on the ropes, the former lawyer is riding high. But can he finally connect with the country?There could not be a better day to meet Sir Keir Starmer than last Wednesday. A few hours earlier, at Prime Minister’s Questions, Boris Johnson had apologised for his presence at a Downing Street party held during lockdown in a manner that was as ludicrous as it was humiliating. When the prime minister said that he didn’t realise the 30 to 40 people gathered in his garden boozing and eating food from a long table constituted a party, Starmer told him he had run out of road. “His defence that he didn’t realise he was at a party is so ridiculous that it’s actually offensive to the British public,” Starmer told the Commons. “Is he now going to do the decent thing and resign?” Not surprisingly, partygate has helped Labour to its biggest lead over the Conservatives since 2013.I half expect the leader of the opposition to be on a high. But I am not sure he does highs. Starmer is the anti-Johnson. While the prime minister appears to pride himself on being a feckless buffoon, Starmer is the straight man’s straight man – so solid he verges on stolid. He rises to greet me and offers an elbow by way of a handshake. He is wearing blue trousers and a pristine white shirt, sleeves rolled up. It is a metaphor as much as a sartorial statement. Continue reading...
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You’re on! The understudies who saved Christmas as Omicron raged
As Covid hit casts, understudies suddenly found themselves needed everywhere – with little warning. We meet these unsung heroes, including a Beanstalk Jack who took on three other last-minute roles‘My initial reaction,” says Greg Arundell, with a laugh, “was no.” The actor had been playing Jacob Marley, the deceased partner of Ebenezer Scrooge, in a production of A Christmas Carol at Beaulieu Abbey. Then several of the cast, including Scrooge himself, came down with Covid. Director Abbey Wright pulled Arundell aside and asked him to step up and play the great festive miser.In preparation for anything going wrong, the entire cast already had roles they were ready to cover. But Scrooge was not one of Arundell’s. “I hadn’t learned it!” he says. “It wasn’t on my understudy plan.” However, persuaded to try out some scenes, he realised he didn’t need to look at the script very much. “Because I’d watched the show so many times, it had made its way into my brain.” Continue reading...
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Dumped fishing gear is killing marine life. Yet no governments seem to care | George Monbiot
One Scottish trawlerman is so incensed by the dumping of nets he’s come to me – a longstanding critic of his industry – with evidenceHow could they be so careless? How do fishing vessels lose so many of their nets and longlines that this “ghost gear”, drifting through the oceans, now presents a mortal threat to whales, dolphins, turtles and much of the rest of the life of the sea? After all, fishing gear is expensive. It is either firmly attached to the vessel or, using modern technologies, easily located.I’ve asked myself these questions for a while, and I think I now have an answer. It comes from an unlikely source: a trawlerman working in Scotland. I’m not a fan of trawling, but I recognise that some operations are more damaging than others. He and his colleagues now appear to be pulling in more nets than fish. On trip after trip they catch vast hauls of ghost gillnets and longlines, often wrapped around marine animals. He has sent me his photos, which are so disturbing I can scarcely bear to look: drowned seabirds, decapitated seals and fish and crustaceans of many species, which died a long, slow death. Where are these nets and lines coming from? He believes they’re being deliberately discarded.I have checked his identity, but he wants to remain anonymous. Like other local trawlers, his boat brings its waste to land. The problem, he says, lies with large vessels, many from France and Spain, that spend four to six weeks at a time at sea. They don’t have enough storage space for the rubbish they generate: most of the hold is dedicated to frozen fish. Worn-out gillnets and longlines should be returned to port for disposal. But those he retrieves have a revealing characteristic: the expensive parts, those that can be reused – floats, weights and hooks – have been cut off. This, he believes, is a giveaway: if you find a net or line like that, it has been deliberately thrown overboard.George Monbiot is a Guardian columnist Continue reading...
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