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Ohio abortion law would require doctors to attempt impossible procedure of re-implanting ectopic pregnancies in uterus
'We just don't have the technology,' says academic
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The heartfelt note Mauricio Pochettino left Tottenham players after he was axed
Not the goodbye he would have wanted.
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Journalist ANGELA EPSTEIN blasts Jeremy Corbyn's pronunciation
ANGELA EPSTEIN: Curled up on the sofa on Tuesday night, I must admit I wasn't giving the televised leadership debate between Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson my fullest attention.
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Mum who sat on piping hot curling tong left with scar ‘that looks like sex toy’
Kimberley Davies was curling her hair naked when she accidentally sat down on 200°C tongs.
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn to launch rival housing plans as they unveil General Election manifestos
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are set to launch rival plans to tackle England's housing shortage as the Conservative and Labour General Election manifestos are unveiled.
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I'm A Celebrity new arrival Cliff Parisi's plan to smuggle in contraband rumbled
Former EastEnders star Cliff Parisi had planned a unique way of making friends with the current I'm A Celebrity campmates as he fears they have all already bonded
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Cristiano Ronaldo hits back at claims he's 'secretly married' girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez
The Juventus and Portugal superstar has, via his representatives, Gestifute, denied reports that he and his long-time girlfriend have tied the knot in Morocco
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Australia v Pakistan: first Test, day one – live!
Updates from the opening day of play at the GabbaNew Zealand v England – follow the first Test live!Any thoughts? Email or tweet @GeoffLemonSport 11.33pm GMT The first little advantage for Pakistan. A lot of bowling sides have started with hope at the Gabba and watched it quickly disappear. So if the visitors can avoid any early problems, they can set themselves up for the day. Azhar Ali has no hesitation in making his choice. 11.29pm GMT Here’s a first look at the Brisbane surface.Beautiful day for it! #AUSvPAK pic.twitter.com/6cVsoq5ZhL Continue reading...
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Third Israel election looms as Netanyahu rival Gantz fails to form government
Blue and White leader accuses opponents of 'insisting to only see the best interest of one person, before that of patients lying in hospital corridors'
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Harry Redknapp admits he text Daniel Levy to replace Mauricio Pochettino
Former Spurs boss threw his hat in the ring for his old job back before Jose Mourinho was announced as Mauricio Pochettino's successor
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Induction recommended for women still pregnant at 41 weeks
Swedish study shows that induction of labour at or beyond term gestation is safer for babiesInducing birth for women whose pregnancy lasts to 41 weeks could reduce the death toll from stillbirths, say experts, following publication of the results of an important trial in which six babies died after spending longer in the womb.The results of the trial in Sweden, revealed last month in the Guardian, may change practice around the world. They confirm what experience and smaller studies have suggested – that there is a small increased risk of stillbirth for babies after 41 weeks’ gestation. The trial was stopped early after five babies of women who were more than 41 weeks’ pregnant were stillborn and one died shortly after birth. Continue reading...
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Two men arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following 'knife fight' on Curry Mile - a 29-year-old was seriously hurt
'I just saw a couple of guys fighting, they were running up and down the street'
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Iranian leaders declare victory over 'enemies' after deadly protests
Most Iranians remain cut off from internet for fourth day as rights groups condemn government for brutal crackdown
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Democratic candidates poised to attack Buttigieg at debate as he rises to top tier
South Bend, Indiana, mayor likely to face tough test as rivals aim to stall his momentum in fifth presidential debate in AtlantaPete Buttigieg, whose dramatic rise has seen him advance from little-known South Bend, Indiana, mayor to a leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, is likely to face a tough test on Wednesday evening, with rivals poised to target him for political attacks in an effort to stall his momentum.The fifth Democratic presidential debate in Atlanta, Georgia, marks the first time Buttigieg will face other White House hopefuls as a “top tier” candidate, and as voter uncertainty grips the unsettled primary field. Continue reading...
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Lib Dems say legalising cannabis could raise £1,500,000,000 in tax
The tax would be used to fund fighting crime.
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Lego brick show event hit by 'Norovirus' as dozens fall ill with vomiting bug
As many as 4,000 attendees were at the Action Indoor Sports centre in Hengrove, Bristol, for the Bristol Brick Show event and complained they had come down with sickness and diarrhea bug
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Woman who tried to break up fight left unconscious after being glassed in nightclub
Student Katie MacDonald was glassed by cowardly thug Charlie Lawton during a night out in Ormskirk, Lancashire,
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I'm a pro-life conservative and I think Trump should be impeached. Here's why
If we conservatives care about the Constitution as much as we say we do, we need to stand up to defend it
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Gemma Collins and Holly Willoughby bask in the festive season at grand opening of Winter Wonderland
Walkin' in a winter wonderland
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National Geographic unveils its must-visit hotspots of 2020 - and the UK makes the list
Britain's very own Wales Way made the list that included some of the worlds most famous landscapes such as the Grand Canyon in Arizona
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Superstar Kim Kardashian leads the celebrity fashion scene in luxury faux fur
Kim Kardashian and other well-known faces are re-cycling their wardrobes and bringing back past fashion including tweed, fur and mum jeans
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Extinction Rebellion co-founder says Holocaust was ‘just another f***ery in human history’
Roger Hallam, who co-founded Extinction Rebellion, said that the murder of 6 million Jews was merely one of many genocides.
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Fuming Ian Wright explodes in foul-mouthed meltdown at I'm A Celebrity campmates
I'm A Celebrity viewers blasted Ian Wright for his angry reaction to being offered extra crocodile feet despite complaining about being hungry just hours before
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Liam Gallagher at Manchester Arena - pictures Vincent Cole
Liam Gallagher at Manchester Arena - pictures Vincent Cole
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I’m A Celebrity’s Ian Wright and Andrew Maxwell clash over crocodile feet – and the footballer got a bit snappy
Ian wright got a tad snappy.
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Amanda Holden becomes a doctor as she tells people to pursue their dreams
The Britain's Got Talent judge was handed an Honorary Doctorate of Letters by her old drama school and wasted no time in updating her Instagram
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Dimitar Berbatov warns Tottenham players that Jose Mourinho will ‘take no s***’
Listen up, lads!
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I'm a Celeb newbies Cliff Parisi and Andy Whyment face first Bushtucker Trial
A first look at the celeb jungle's newest recruits facing their first Bushtucker trial
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& Juliet review – pop mogul Max Martin's bizarre jukebox bonanza
Shaftesbury theatre, LondonSongs of the prolific Swedish tunesmith are shoehorned into a silly Shakespeare-derived story for this misguided West End musicalRomeo and Juliet, the starting point for numerous operas, ballets and musicals, is now the inspiration – if that is the word – for this bizarre jukebox bonanza in which the back catalogue of the prolific Swedish tunesmith Max Martin, has been shoehorned into a silly story derived from Shakespeare’s play. David West Read, who did the book, writes in the programme: “It was during this period when my brain wasn’t working properly that I developed the idea for & Juliet.” I’m not sure he is being ironic. Related: 'Britney Spears is a genius': Max Martin, the powerhouse of pure pop Continue reading...
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Prince Andrew may have been captured by secret cameras at Epstein's 'sex mansion'
Billionaire paedo Jeffrey Epstein was known for videoing his guests using hidden CCTV at his home in Palm Beach, Florida and on his US Virgin Island - locations the Duke is reported to have visited
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Millionaire heiress who spat at police officer and kicked another in groin spared jail
Chloe Pidgley, 26, granddaughter of Berkeley Homes founder Tony Pidgley, admitted two assaults, which happened at her flat in Earl’s Court, West London, in March
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Jamie Carragher warns Jurgen Klopp over Liverpool's Premier League title bid
Liverpool are facing fixture chaos and Jamie Carragher has warned Jurgen Klopp cannot let it impact their Premier League title charge
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Thousands of Right to Buy homes could be bought back by councils under Labour plan
EXCLUSIVE: The Labour Party plans to set up a new fund for town halls to purchase at least 5,000 ex-council homes each year in order to solve Britain's housing crisis
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ALEX BRUMMER: Will Britain stand up for the Hong Kong protesters?
The most remarkable aspect of the six month uprising in Hong Kong is the restraint shown by Beijing. A regime not known for its gentle touch has allowed the ferment to continue.
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Cat missing for five years reunited with owner after being found 1,200 miles away
A black cat that disappeared from his home five years ago has been reunited with his owner after being found on the streets 1,200 miles away.
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Prince Andrew asked Queen for forgiveness after being told to step down
The Duke of York has been forced to withdraw from royal duties for the "foreseeable future" after his Newsnight appearance in an astonishing day of developments
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Jo's jamboree had all the fizz of a cheap spumante: HENRY DEEDES on the Lib Dems' manifesto launch 
HENRY DEEDES writes that during the Liberal Democrat manifesto launch in Camden Town, London, leader Jo Swinson spoke for only 15 minutes as happy-clappy supporters looked on.
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Newlyweds distraught after special £100 note gift goes missing in the post
Adam Ford and his wife Kayleigh are asking people to think twice before using the Royal Mail to send gifts this Christmas
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CLAUDIA CONNELL tries the latest craze - starving your senses to boost your brain
Claudia Connell (pictured) tried a 'dopamine fast' for 24 hours, designed to reset our poor, over-stimulated brains.
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Jeremy Corbyn unveils Labour manifesto with £75bn boost for affordable housing: 'I welcome hatred of rich and powerful'
Party promises 'housing revolution' to build 150,000 homes a year
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James Corden busts moves as he performs epic dance routine with the Laker Girls
Late Late Show host James Corden showed the crowd how to get down beside Venus Williams and the Laker Girls cheerleading squad
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The Apprentice EXCLUSIVE: Fired Ryan-Mark Parsons wanted to QUIT before the final boardroom
Luxury womenswear consultant Ryan-Mark Parsons became the eighth casualty of the boardroom in Wednesday's episode of The Apprentice.
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Adele Roberts and Roman Kemp sing Christmas songs to get them through I'm A Celebrity 2019 eating challenge
The duo chomped their way through duck tongues, dead cockroaches and turkey testicles
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The Nightcrawlers review – are the Filipino authorities executing drug addicts?
This gripping documentary follows the brave photographers capturing the carnage triggered by President Duterte’s policy of executing supposed dealers and usersThey think of themselves as avengers, doing God’s work. “The archangel Michael,” says one gun-wielding, masked man, by way of introduction. Their work consists of the summary executions of supposed drug dealers and addicts on the streets of the Philippines, and began shortly after Rodrigo Duterte took power in 2016. The exact death toll of Duterte’s war on drugs is disputed, but even the government’s official estimates put it above 5,500.You might assume that the title, The Nightcrawlers (National Geographic) from the channel’s Oscar-winning documentary arm, refers to these state-sanctioned mass murderers. In fact, it’s an unduly self-deprecating nickname adopted by the film’s actual subjects – a band of freelance photojournalists who have dedicated themselves to documenting the human cost of Duterte’s policy and rhetoric. They hope to raise awareness globally (this film should help), but also to counter the Philippine government’s dishonest narrative of good cops v evil dealers. The next presidential election is scheduled for 2022; their work is ongoing. Continue reading...
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