Mansion party shut down after revellers claimed they were filming music video

Police have issued £15,000 worth of fines after breaking up an illegal house party in Essex.
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One in 12 Britons regret becoming parents, survey reveals
Young parents between 25 and 34 more likely to feel regret about having children
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Hong Kong’s Apple Daily deletes social media accounts, but will live on free of censors in blockchain
Taiwan denounced Apple Daily’s closure, calling it ‘political oppression’
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It probably won’t be long before the next warship incident with Russia in the Black Sea
Ambassador Andrei Kelin told me the British ship ‘did not respond to several warnings’ – warnings which had, he said, been ‘issued every ten minutes’
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‘You’re booing yourselves!’ Jill Biden jeered by Tennessee crowd after telling them to get vaccinated
‘Well, you know this state has a little bit of a way to go. Only three in 10 Tennesseans are vaccinated,’ First Lady told crowd in Nashville
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Wild deer shot outside school over fears it might attack pupils
The decision to kill the deer caused outcry among parents and locals in the village.
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Fears for European holidays grow as Macron backs Merkel’s call for ‘co-ordinated’ Covid restrictions
French president Emmanuel Macron has backed Angela Merkel’s call for a “co-ordinated” EU policy on travel restrictions which could see Britons barred from the continent because of surging cases of the Delta variant of Covid-19.
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U.S. durable goods orders rise 2.3% in May
Orders to U.S. factories for big-ticket manufactured goods rose for the 12th time in the last 13 months in May, pulled up by a surge in demand for civilian aircraft
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Erling Haaland gives green light to Real Madrid over £112m transfer in blow to Chelsea, Manchester United & Manchester City
Huge decision.
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US jobless claims tick down to 411,000 as economy heals
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits dropped last week, a sign that layoffs declined and the job market is improving
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Britney Spears conservatorship: An expert shares advice on what to do if you’re worried about being in a controlling environment
US singer Britney Spears delivered explosive testimony during a virtual hearing in Los Angeles.
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Greece: Priest held for psychiatric exam after acid attack
A defrocked Greek Orthodox priest arrested following an acid attack that injured seven senior bishops and three other people is undergoing psychiatric evaluation before charges are to be considered
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Beach acrobatics and an opera festival: Thursday’s best photos
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EastEnders spoilers: Soap will air tragic death tonight
A family is ripped apart.
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Dear Fiona: My boyfriend texted me to tell me to lose weight and ‘get myself together’
Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine tells a young single mum she deserves better!
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Joy and relief as pregnant women receive their vaccines
Experts are urging pregnant women to take up the Covid-19 vaccination
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Seth Rogen spotted with a mullet on Pammy and Tommy set in sex tape thief role
Production is stepping up on the highly-anticipated drama.
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Anton Du Beke joins Strictly Come Dancing 2021 panel in Bruno Tonioli’s place
Professional dancer Anton Du Beke waltzed onto the Strictly Come Dancing panel as a full-time judge this year.
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Cabinet Ministers Pressure PM To Lift All Covid Restrictions On July 19
Cabinet ministers have piled pressure on Boris Johnson to lift all legal Covid restrictions in England on July 19.Environment secretary George Eustice suggested the legal requirement to wear masks in certain places should be gone on July 19, while Jacob Rees-Mogg said the date must be an “end point” to restrictions.Chancellor Rishi Sunak meanwhile told the Times CEO Summit it was his “strong expectation” that restrictions will be scrapped next month.Their comments appeared at odds with Downing Street, which said “no final decisions” have been made on whether all restrictions would be lifted on that date.It comes after the prime minister delayed step four of his road map out of lockdown from June 21 to July 19 while insisting the new date was a “terminus”, suggesting there would be no more delays.Discussing what restrictions might be in place from then, Eustice said he hoped to be able to ditch his face mask“Well, what we want to do on July 19, and the prime minister said that the data looks good to be able to have that end, is to remove all of the legal restrictions,” the environment secretary told Sky News.I'm binning my mask on Terminus Day, says the environment secretary.George Eustice explains that the Government plans to remove all COVID legal requirements on 19th July, and while people will still have the choice to wear masks, the minister won't keep his.#KayBurley DC pic.twitter.com/hMip6U44tW— Kay Burley (@KayBurley) June 24, 2021“That’s all of the legal requirements to do things, to be taken away completely.“Now, whether there will still be some people who might choose to wear masks or whether it may be advisory in some settings, that’s a separate matter.“But the objective of that final stage is to remove the legal requirement to do these things.”Asked if he would still wear a mask once restrictions end, Eustice said: “I wouldn’t, no.“I have to be honest, once I’m told that it’s safe not to, I want to get back to normal. I think a lot of people will want to shed those masks.”Meanwhile, Rees-Mogg was asked about the prospect of Covid certification being used after July 19.The system could show whether people have tested negative for coronavirus or had the vaccine to allow them access to certain events and venues.Conservative MP Chris Green (Bolton West) said he would have expected Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove to have appeared before MPs to set out the arguments over the project – including the ethics, practicality or necessity of it.Rees-Mogg replied in the Commons: “As I said last week, terminus is Paddington not Crewe.“It is the end of the line, it is not an interchange and that must be the key part of terminus day.“Lots of evidence has been gathered in relation to Covid status certificates. Final decisions have not been made, but the government will update the House on the road map as it continues.“But his point on terminus is right, it is an end point and so it should be.” No final decisions have been taken about what measures are requiredDowning StreetAsked whether all restrictions would be lifted on July 19, the PM’s spokesperson told reporters: “It is right that obviously we want to get back to as close to normal as is possible post-step four.“However, no final decisions have been taken about what measures are required.“Those sort of issues fall under the certification reviews.“No final decisions have been taken on those but we will set out the exact details ahead of step four.”Asked whether Johnson hoped to “bin” his own face masks on July 19, his spokesman said: “That would depend. The prime minister, should there be any requirement for it in future, would happy to comply with them.“But, as I say, no decisions have been taken on what will or will not be required in future.”Pressed on why Cabinet minister George Eustice had been telling broadcasters all restrictions were likely to be lifted next month, Downing Street said the government “do want” to be able to get rid of as many curbs on freedom as possible.The spokesperson added: “All I can say is that we continue to consider the latest data and we will take a final decision in due course.“It is entirely right to say we do want to remove as many restrictions as are safe to do so once we take the steps to step four.”
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Pre-watershed TV junk food adverts to be banned under new anti-obesity drive from Government
Small businesses will be exempt from the ban, which is part of Boris Johnson’s efforts to tackle obesity.
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Album reviews: Lucy Dacus –Home Video, and Hiss Golden Messenger – Quietly Blowing It
Lucy Dacus delves into old journals for her up-close-and-personal third album, while Hiss Golden Messenger are turning their gaze outward
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Strictly's Craig 'delighted' Anton 'hung up his dancing shoes' to be 2021 judge
Anton Du Beke has been a mainstay of Strictly Come Dancing since 2004 - and after competing in every year, has finally landed a spot on the judges' panel. He's replacing Bruno Tonioli who has been stuck in the US for the last year
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John Grant review, Boy From Michigan: This lovely album shows the artist on his most romantic, melodic form
Like fellow Michigan boy Sufjan Stevens, Grant is so specifically autobiographical that his memories will spark those of his listener
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'I've lost job, home and friends after stalking hell - it's psychological rape'
EXCLUSIVE: As anti-stalking charities warn calls to their helplines are surging as lockdown eases, one victim tells how her terrifying ordeal 'burned down' her life
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Millions of people face roaming charges again when travelling in the EU
Two of the UK's biggest providers have confirmed plans to charge extra fees for customers travelling abroad.
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This is My House to Clarkson’s Farm: your favourite TV of 2021 so far
From Jeremy Clarkson crying over lambs to Stacey Dooley’s house of lies, plus an emotional snooker documentary … here are your TV gems of the last six monthsTania Hall, London Continue reading...
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San Francisco to make vaccine mandatory for all workers
Step will ‘guarantee the safety of all,’ says official
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Lilly to seek FDA approval for potential Alzheimer's drug
Eli Lilly says it will submit its potential Alzheimer’s treatment to federal regulators later this year
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Man City star Kevin de Bruyne named in best Euro 2020 group stage line up
The Euro 2020 group stage has come to an end and one Manchester City player was named in the best team of the round.
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ECB should distribute Holding book if they're serious about educating on racism
Michael Holding talked about the need for education in the fight against racism, and he's written the perfect textbook to start the process
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Michael Holding puts words into action with revealing new book on racial history
Holding talked about the need for education in the fight against racism, and he's written the perfect textbook to start the process
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Minister defends Uefa exemptions but admits some coronavirus rules are unfair
Thousands of football administrators could be spared quarantine rules in order to attend games at Wembley.
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Anton du Beke's Strictly career in numbers - from 18 partners to lowest score
From the number of partners to the number of 10s, here's the story of the Strictly Come Dancing judge in figures
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Here’s how a progressive alliance would actually work | Neal Lawson
We have two years to create a coherent approach that appeals to non-Tory voters, who are the majority in Britain todayAfter the crushing 2019 general election defeat, the historic byelection loss in Hartlepool for Labour and the spectacular win for the Liberal Democrats in Chesham and Amersham, the idea of a “progressive alliance” is firmly in the political ether. But what is a progressive alliance, and how can it best work?We start with the “why” of an alliance. The driving reason is political. The critical alliance is not one of parties or voters, but minds and then actions. The societal challenges we face; of climate, culture, care, technology, ageing and inequality simply can no longer be met by any single party. If we want a red, green and liberal future we need to meld the politics of these essential strands into a coherent and consistent political project, with urgency because the march of national populism wants to strip democracy of its power to deliver the hope of this good society. Continue reading...
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Boots launch 'better than Black Friday deals' across selected fragrances
The high street favourite now has huge savings on scents from Hugo Boss, YSL, Marc Jacobs and many more
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Campaigners launch new bid to make Peterloo memorial wheelchair accessible
Manchester council insists that there are no viable solutions, but councillors have agreed to meet with activists
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Battlefield 2042: What we know about the multiplayer maps
EA has revealed seven maps that players will be able to compete in.
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Prince Philip: A Celebration goes on display at Windsor Castle
The Duke’s favourite ale and Scottish oatcakes are for sale
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Secrets of the horse-whisperers revealed as pentathlon team prepare for Tokyo
Competitors in modern pentathlon are given just 20 minutes to get to know the horses with which they are paired in a random pre-competition draw.
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Painting by Sir Winston Churchill of wooded glen in Norfolk sells for more than £1.3million
The oil landscape, entitled 'The Moat, Breccles', was created by Sir Winston Churchill in 1921 before it was gifted to the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis in 1961.
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Student gets £60 M&S and Costa food shop for just £9 using 'magic bags deal
The impressive haul included goods from Costa such as cheese and caramelised onion chutney toasties, usually priced at £3.95 each
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Cristiano Ronaldo's comments on Lionel Messi as he's linked with Barcelona move
Real Madrid legend Cristiano Ronaldo is currently at Juventus where he is contracted until the summer of 2022, but he has been linked with a move away from Italy and potentially back to Spain
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EE to bring back roaming charges when travelling to European countries from 2022
A £2 daily fee will apply when roaming in 47 European destinations, except the Republic of Ireland.
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EE to bring back roaming charges when travelling to European countries from 2022
A £2 daily fee will apply when roaming in 47 European destinations, except the Republic of Ireland.
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Paul Pogba showcased his trademark for France vs Germany
After a subdued performance against Hungary, Paul Pogba was superb again for France despite starting at a disadvantage.
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