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Hong Kong protests: government fails to find PR firm to rescue battered image
Eight companies turned down opportunity because it would harm their reputationsThe Hong Kong government has tried but failed to secure help from any of the global public relations firms it has approached to salvage the financial hub’s tarnished reputation, as anti-government protests continued to wreak havoc months into its deepest political crisis in decades.Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam told a group of business people in the city in late August that the government had approached eight global PR companies to help it relaunch Hong Kong, but four “immediately declined because that would be a detriment to their reputation to support the Hong Kong government now,” according to a transcript of her speech published by Reuters last week. Two more declined later, she said. Continue reading...
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Demna Gvasalia quits Vetements: 'I have accomplished my mission'
In the middle of Spring 2020 presentations, influential designer announces he is leaving label he co-foundedFashion’s enfant terrible Demna Gvasalia quit his uber-hip streetwear brand Vetements, in a move that shocked the industry. Related: ‘I don’t think elegance is relevant’: Vetements’ Demna Gvasalia, the world’s hottest designer Continue reading...
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Nurse numbers rise 'eclipsed by jump in patients'
Hospital admissions are rising at nearly three times the rate of the nurse workforce, the RCN says.
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Rihanna models some of her fave pieces from her Fenty fashion line on social media
Take my money!
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More crimes added to lenient sentence appeal scheme
A scheme that allows people to contest court punishments in England and Wales is to be expanded.
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Universities 'failing' victims of sexual misconduct
Dozens of students say they were "traumatised" by university investigations that left them feeling unsafe on campus.
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Games Inbox: The secret of PS4’s success, Death Stranding overload, and Blair Witch on Xbox Game Pass
The Tuesday Inbox still can’t get over its Dreamcast nostalgia, as one reader compares Paul Hollywood to Marcus Fenix.
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Borderlands 3 PS4 review – exactly what you’d expect
The biggest game of the year so far made very sure there were no console reviews before launch but what is Borderlands 3 hiding?
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Chuka Umunna fury: Lib Dem MP humiliated on Twitter as his Brexit pledge mocked by Leavers
CHUKA UMUNNA has been humiliated on Twitter over his efforts to snub Prime Minister Boris Johnson on BBC Newsnight.
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Strictly Come Dancing stars reveal their sparkling new looks ahead of first show
This year's Strictly stars showed off their glamorous new looks as they put their best foot forward ahead of this year's competition
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Paul Merson blames Arsenal's collapse at Watford on one man
The Gunners had to settle for a draw at Vicarage Road after letting a two-goal lead slip
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STEPHEN GLOVER: Once she demanded an EU referendum. A U-turn makes her illiberal and undemocratic
STEPHEN GLOVER: A party which calls itself Liberal Democrat might reasonably be thought to be both liberal and democratic. Unfortunately, this is far from being the case.
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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: We must stop giving burglars a licence to steal
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: There's no point Boris hiring 20,000 extra coppers if they're all going to be deployed sitting in front of computer screens scouring the net for 'inappropriate' language.
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Blast sparks fire at Russian laboratory housing smallpox virus
Facility know as Vector is one of only two sites holding the deadly smallpox virusA gas explosion has sparked a fire at a Russian lab that houses viruses ranging from smallpox to Ebola, authorities have said. Related: Smallpox virus: crunch time for the fate of a global killer Continue reading...
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Digging for Victory: Gardening in World War Two
A Royal Horticultural Society collection of family photos show gardening during World War Two
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Ashes hero Ben Stokes's half-brother and sister were shot dead
The Ashes star's mother, Deb Stokes, had two children with a previous partner, Richard Dunn - who murdered both the youngsters in April 1988 before turning the gun on himself.
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Tom Hardy sends fans wild as he returns to CBeebies Bedtime Stories in honour of his 42nd birthday 
He's gained a huge following of fans thanks to his movie roles in Venom and Batman and small screen success stories like Peaky Blinders.
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Only Fools and Horses bar to open in UK, complete with Del Boy's Reliant Robin
Fans of Only Fools and Horses will be able to drink on recreated sets from the show and hop in Del Boy's Reliant Robin when an Only Fools Bar opens in Liverpool
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Artificial intelligence could be used to catch paedophiles prowling on the web
The Government has pledged to spend more money on the Child Abuse Image Database
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Supreme Court to rule on suspension of Parliament
Eleven justices, in Britain's highest court, will rule on whether the decision to prorogue Parliament was legal.
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Megan Barton-Hanson goes on sexy shopping spree amid new relationship with Chelcee Grimes
What's in the bag, Meg?
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Helen Mirren and Will Smith sleep rough and read bedtime stories
The actors are both taking part in the World’s Big Sleep Out which will see 50,000 people in 50 locations around the globe sleep outside
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Watch the moment Christie Brinkley breaks her arm while rehearsing for Dancing With The Stars forcing her out of the competition
Daughter Sailor saves the day stepping into her mother's shoes to perform.
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Brexiteer Duncan Smith launches stunning attack on Remainers - 'You created UK's crisis!'
IAIN DUNCAN SMITH has revealed how the EU has meddled and settled itself into Britain’s establishment in his column.
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Strictly Come Dancing 2019 couples are ready for first live show as official photos are released
But who are you rooting for?
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Woman wears old wedding dress through 3k charity run where people throw paint
And it was all in memory of her grandmother.
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Kelvin Fletcher had one hour to decide whether to replace Jamie Laing on Strictly Come Dancing
Talk about stress.
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Anneka Rice ruled out of first Strictly Come Dancing group dance because of an injury caused by Anton Du Beke
This sounds painful.
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Andy Capp - 17th September 2019
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
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Garth - 17th September 2019
Garth is the Mirror’s time-travelling comic strip superhero. The strip originally ran from 1943 to 1997. Due to public demand, reprints of classic stories began in 2011
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The Gag Vault - 17th September 2019
Get your daily dose of 'The Gag Vault'
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Perishers - 17th September 2019
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
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Peaky Blinders finale spoilers: Oswald Mosley’s rally could spell disaster for the Shelby family
Can they complete their mission?
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Rugby World Cup 2019: Australia team guide
The Wallabies are not to be underestimated as their head coach has moulded a side in his own abrasive, confrontational image Continue reading...
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Public to be able to ask for longer sentences for stalkers and abusers
Government plans to extend ‘unduly lenient’ scheme to range of new offencesStalkers, domestic abusers and paedophiles face having their jail sentences increased if victims or members of the public complain their punishment is too lenient as the government continues to roll out its tough-on-crime agenda.The unduly lenient scheme (ULS) gives anyone the power to ask the attorney general to consider referring a sentence to the court of appeal for reconsideration – where it could then be increased if deemed unduly lenient. Continue reading...
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Home Office to fund use of AI to help catch dark web paedophiles
Money will go towards testing tools including voice analysis on child abuse image databaseArtificial intelligence could be used to help catch paedophiles operating on the dark web, the Home Office has announced.The government has pledged to spend more money on the child abuse image database, which since 2014 has allowed police and other law enforcement agencies to search seized computers and other devices for indecent images of children quickly, against a record of 14m images, to help identify victims. Continue reading...
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EastEnders' Mel Owen takes drastic action as she plots revenge against the Mitchells
EastEnders' Mel Owen steps up her revenge plan against the Mitchells next week, with Sharon in the firing line
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Damage done by getting a house price wrong and what it costs you
Listening to an estate agent or your heart when it comes to moving house can mean months of stress and problems
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Chantelle Atkins' domestic abuse ordeal exposed on EastEnders after hospital dash?
EastEnders' pregnant Chantelle may find her ordeal exposed next week, as Gray takes her to hospital after an accident
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Strictly It Takes Two shake-up as Rylan nabs most important shows from Zoe Ball
Zoe Ball will be stepping down from hosting parts of Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two - and doesn't know if it will work
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Jeremy Corbyn plotting to cut voting age in desperate attempt to seize on youth vote
LABOUR are backing plans to lower the voting age to 16 in a controversial move which would add almost 1.4million people to the electoral register overnight.
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