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Could an independent watchdog's FBI report banish Trump's conspiracy theories? No chance
Lindsey Graham invoked the notoriety of J Edgar Hoover as he claimed rogue FBI agents were on a mission to 'protect all of us smelly people from Trump'
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Kate Middleton wears Diana's tiara at Diplomatic Reception
Kate, 37, joined husband Prince William , 37, as they greeted guests at the annual white tie affair, which is one of the highlights of the royal calendar.
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Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo furious with pitch invader who grabbed him by the neck
Unsavoury scenes.
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Outlander fans ‘heartbroken’ as they pay tributes to Jack Burns, 14 who died suddenly at home
Such sad news.
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Jose Mourinho singles out Juan Foyth he ‘learned a lot about’ in Tottenham loss to Bayern Munich
'I learn more in this 90 minutes than in two or three weeks of work'
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Friends creator reveals Joey and Rachel’s ‘controversial’ relationship was never meant to be
Their relationship in season 10 divided fans.
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Andy Robertson: Liverpool are the team to avoid in Champions League draw
Andy Robertson believes Liverpool are the team everybody will want to avoid when the draw for the Champions League last 16 takes place next week.
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Antonio Rudiger ready to command Chelsea defence after return from injury
Antonio Rudiger is ready to command Chelsea's young defence following his return from injury at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
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FTSE boss warns of 'hidden threat' behind Jeremy Corbyn's desire to seize control of key industries 
FTSE 100 boss Paul Walsh, 64, cited estimates that Labour could wipe an average of £11,200 from savers' pension pots and delay their retirement by three and a half years.
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Boris Johnson says voters can have Brexit 'decided' by Christmas with a Tory majority
Boris Johnson has said the country can enjoy Christmas dinner knowing Brexit is "decided" if voters elect a majority Conservative government.
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Boy ‘seriously burned’ at church nativity in London
Two other people were also treated for burns following the incident at Our Lady of the Annunciation Church, on Bingham Road, Croydon.
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Vote Tory not Brexit Party in these seats... to save Brexit
These are 40 seats which the Conservatives are best-placed to take from Labour - and where Brexit Party voters should switch their allegiance to the Tories, or face a Marxist UK prime minister.
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn make dramatic final stands before voting opens for 'historic' election
LIVE updates as millions of UK voters prepare to cast their ballot
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HENRY DEEDES: Caricature of 'arrogant' BoJo couldn't be more wrong
HENRY DEEDES: There was no grandeur to Boris Johnson as he stepped on stage at Olympic Park last night. No strut, no swagger, no cocky air of triumphalism....
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Who can Man City face in Champions League last 16 draw?
Manchester City strolled into the Champions League knockout stages with a 4-1 win over Dinamo Zagreb.
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The experts' stress-free guide to the perfect party
UK expert party planners who've arranged events for celebrities and large companies, revealed their top tips for throwing a successful festive celebration of any size.
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Real Madrid beat Club Brugge 3-1 with Luka Modric, Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior on target
Goals from Rodrygo, Vinicius Junior and Luka Modric saw Real Madrid round off their Champions League Group A campaign with a 3-1 win away to Club Brugge on Wednesday night.
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'Brexiteers are ignorant, just like Alan Partridge!' Coogan in 'stomach-churning' attack
ALAN PARTRIDGE actor Steve Coogan found himself in the hot seat on Channel 4 after he insulted Brexiteers as “ill-informed and ignorant”, a move which was criticised as “patronising” and “stomach-churning”.
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Don't let the Queen Bee ruin your Christmas
Antoinette Dale Henderson, who has trained thousands of women in the corporate world, advises on how to respond to a Queen Bee. She recommends responding unemotionally.
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SIMON MILLS dares to unveil the: Hapless chap's rules for festive flirting
Simon Mills who tasked himself with mastering modern-day flirting after his divorce six years ago, shares tips for sparking chemistry throughout the festive season.
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The Apprentice star Lottie Lion hits back at the BBC as she insists she's been 'left high and dry'
Star of The Apprentice Lottie Lion has criticised the BBC for portraying her in a 'horrific' way and leaving her 'high and dry'.
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Home Office unlawfully delaying support for modern slavery victims, High Court rules
Government stalling decisions on whether to grant leave to remain to trafficked people in breach of law
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Nicole Scherzinger tears up after emotional performance from X Factor: The Band contestant
Things got a bit much.
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Arsenal board not interested in hiring Carlo Ancelotti as head coach
The Arsenal board aren't interested.
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UK housing market put on hold by the election
New enquiries from prospective buyers slipped in November for the third month in a row as 9 per cent more respondents saw a decline in enquiries than a rise, according to a report published today.
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The Apprentice fans rejoice as controversial candidate Lottie Lion is finally axed
Tonight's episode saw three candidates get the boot, among them Lottie Lion, one of the most controversial candidates to ever have a crack at winning Lord Sugar's investment
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Coutinho adds finishing touch as Bayern Munich brush Tottenham aside
José Mourinho rested key players with Tottenham already certain to finish this Champions League group in second place. The manager had wanted the club’s fringe players to show their ability, to possibly give him one or two selection headaches for the Premier League challenges ahead.First the good news. Ryan Sessegnon, in his first Spurs start, showed flickers of his pace on the left wing, worked diligently in defence and enjoyed a moment he will never forget when he lashed home the equaliser for 1-1. Sessegnon had plenty of time to feel the hammer of his heart but concentrated purely on the cleanness of the finish. But the positives for Mourinho were hardly abundant and he will have felt a small dent in the momentum and feelgood factor that he had built up over the first five games of his tenure. Continue reading...
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Bayern Munich ease past much-changed Tottenham as Jose Mourinho's fringe players fail to impress
Bayern Munich 3-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Mourinho gave some fresh faces a chance to impress, but they mainly floundered in the Allianz Arena
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MAUREEN LIPMAN blasts Jeremy Corbyn in a damning verdict as she makes a plea to all decent people 
MAUREEN LIPMAN says if only - as Jeremy Corbyn once helpfully pointed out - Britain's Jews had a sense of irony, we might smile wryly at the claim he remains an 'honourable man'.
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Ryan Sessegnon shines on Tottenham debut, but Spurs' bad habits will concern Jose Mourinho
Sessegnon shines on debut
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Lori Loughlin feels 'betrayed' by daughter Olivia Jade for going back to YouTube
'Lori was very clear in telling Olivia to remain quiet and not do anything controversial,' a source told UsWeekly . 'Olivia's YouTube video was a big betrayal.'
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Arsenal's Joe Willock explains why he's "delighted" to have Freddie Ljungberg in charge
Joe Willock played for Freddie Ljungberg when he was in charge of the Arsenal under 23s and is now a key member of the Gunners' Europa League plans
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Reese Witherspoon leads the stars at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Breakfast Gala
Ronan Farrow was honored at the Hollywood Reporter's Power 100 Women in Entertainment gala for his reporting that helped take down Harvey Weinstein.
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PSG-Galatasaray supporters clash in Paris centre ahead of Champions League tie
Violent clashes in the centre of Paris marred the buildup to Wednesday night's Champions League clash between PSG and Galatasaray.
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The Apprentice: TV bosses banned Lottie Lion from talking about the show after ‘unacceptable comments’
Lottie was investigated by the BBC following 'racist' claims.
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The Apprentice fired candidate Pamela Laird reveals she has ‘nothing negative to say about Lottie Lion’ after TV ban
The 29-year-old has had her say since being fired.
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Simon Cowell could have found next Little Mix as first group announced on X Factor: The Band
Perrie Edwards needs to watch her back.
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The Apprentice fired candidate Lewis Ellis isn’t ‘angry’ at Lottie Lion amid romance claims
'It is what it is'.
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General election: Cold and wet weather for polling day as voter turnout expected to be key factor for result
Single figure temperatures predicted for first December election in nearly 100 years
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EastEnders spoilers: Whitney battles to escape evil Leo ahead of brutal attack
EastEnders spoilers confirm terrifying scenes for Whitney Dean as she finally learns new flame Leo is Tony King's son
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The X Factor: The Band review – Cowell's tragic bid to revive a dying show
With this twist, Simon Cowell clearly thought he could breathe new life into a cursed franchise on its last legs. Well ... it’s a big no from me!Strictly Come Dancing has managed to maintain its status as a national institution for 15 years, while its old rival The X Factor, which also started in 2004, has seen its cultural dominance slowly slip away. There are countless reasons for its decline. The pop industry is always shifting and the old gatekeepers have far less clout than they once did. A hit can happen whether they want it to or not, just as a career can tank, no matter how much is thrown at it. (Try to name the last three X Factor winners.)It is understandable, then, that Simon Cowell can’t resist tinkering with the format. But endless nips-and-tucks have left it worse off. The X Factor: Celebrity managed to sour even the usual winning formula of taking something popular and adding famous people. An All Stars version (bringing back former contestants to compete again) has been pushed back indefinitely. Now The X Factor: The Band (ITV) looks set to continue this cursed run. Presumably, Cowell was hoping to breathe new life into the franchise; instead, he appears to be keeping it on life support against doctors’ best advice. Continue reading...
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