Meghan Markle says change on Archie's birth certificate 'dictated by Palace' - statement



MEGHAN MARKLE has defended the decision to change her name on Archie's birth certificate, as the Duchess issues a statement saying she was not behind the move.
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‘‘It’s torture every day’: Archie Beston’s mum speaks out a year after her son was fatally stabbed
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Number of private school tutors paid more than £100,000-a-year soars by 25 per cent in two years
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We need to talk about consent in gay male spaces
Regardless of intent, touching me physically in a sexual manner without my consent is assault.
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UK records 5,177 new cases but no deaths ‘due to processing errors’
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Evatt sends Bolton defender Hickman message after Kings Lynn loan
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Tesco will sell unwashed potatoes for the first time since the 1970s in bid to cut food waste
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Labour flip-flops over Rishi Sunak's income tax freeze
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced that thresholds are being put on hold until 2026 in his Budget package last week.
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‘Destroyed, ransacked, ruined’ – the people of Iraq need more than the Pope’s impassioned pleas
For many in Iraq, the real test will be in the coming months, long after the Pope returns to the Vatican, writes Bel Trew
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Katie Price fans beg Carl Woods to propose as he drops major marriage hint
Fans have been urging Katie Price's beau Carl Woods to pop the question since Katie and ex-husband Kieran Hayler signed their divorce papers
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Number of teenage girls developing tics and Tourette's syndrome surges as a result of lockdown
Experts at Great Ormond Street and Evelina children's hospitals in London report new referrals have risen from six teenage girls a year to three or four a week since the pandemic began.
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New CCTV Discovered Of Missing Sarah Everard
Detectives have discovered new CCTV of a woman missing since Wednesday evening confirming she was walking alone around half an hour after leaving her friend’s home.Sarah Everard, 33, has not been seen or heard from since departing her friend’s house in Clapham, south London, at around 9pm on Wednesday and her family say “it is totally out of character for her to disappear like this”.She left Leathwaite Road at around 9pm on to the A205 South Circular and is thought to have walked through Clapham Common toward her house in Brixton in a journey which should have taken around 50 minutes, Scotland Yard said.A fresh CCTV image – understood to have been discovered on a private doorbell-type camera – captured her walking alone along the A205 Poynders road, from the junction at Cavendish Road, toward Tulse Hill, which lies just south of Brixton.It appears to suggest she walked through Clapham Common and was walking towards her home, although the force said it is unclear whether she did return to her house.If you live or were driving in the area between Clapham Common and Brixton on Wednesday night, please check your security cameras, doorbell cameras or dashcams for sightings of Sarah. Any information could make the difference. https://t.co/H7SBhNjG3x— Lambeth Police | Central South BCU (@LambethMPS) March 7, 2021An extensive investigation combining searches and house-to-house inquiries is ongoing to find any further sightings of Everard, said the Metropolitan Police.The investigation is being led by Scotland Yard’s Specialist Crime Command because of the “complex nature” of the case, the force said.Everard was last seen wearing a green rain jacket, navy blue trousers with a white diamond pattern, and turquoise and orange trainers. She is thought to have been wearing green earphones and a white beanie hat, Scotland Yard added.#MISSING | The search for Sarah Everard continues. If you saw anything suspicious in the following areas on Wednesday night please call us on 101.- The A205 around #Clapham Common- Cavendish Road- New Park Road- #Brixton Hill- #Brixton Water Lanehttps://t.co/FAunrfj4Tj— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) March 7, 2021Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin said: “I would like to stress that there is no information at this stage to suggest anything untoward may have happened to Sarah.“The focus remains on returning her home to her family safe and well and that is our number one priority.”In a statement, her family said: “With every day that goes by we are getting more worried about Sarah.“She is always in regular contact with us and with her friends and it is totally out of character for her to disappear like this. We long to see her and want nothing more than for her to be found safe and well.“We are so grateful to the police and all our friends for all they are doing.“We are desperate for news and if anyone knows anything about what has happened to her, we would urge you to please come forward and speak to the police. No piece of information is too insignificant.”Anyone with information should call the incident room on 0208 785 8244 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.Related...Sarah Everard: CCTV Issued As Police ‘Increasingly Concerned’ For Missing Brixton Woman
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Nation should prepare for ‘hard winter’, warns Public Health England official
Dr Susan Hopkins said she believed ‘we will all have our summer holidays’.
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Liverpool FC’s nightmare Anfield run continues with sixth League home defeat in a row
Liverpool made history on Thursday night as Chelsea consigned the champions to their five League home defeat in a row - and Fulham extended the Reds’ miserable losing streak on Sunday.
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US states look to step up wolf kills, pushed by Republicans
Wolf hunting policies in some U.S. states are taking an aggressive turn as Republican lawmakers and conservative hunting groups push to curb their numbers
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Switzerland on course to ban wearing of burqa and niqab in public places
Muslim groups criticise move, which they say will further stigmatise and marginalise their communitySwitzerland is on course to follow France, Belgium and Austria after narrowly voting in a referendum to ban women from wearing the burqa or niqab in public spaces.With 99% of the vote counted, 51.5% of Swiss voters had cast their votes in favour of the initiative to ban people from covering their face completely on the street, in shops and restaurants. Continue reading...
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Britney Spears’ boyfriend Sam Asghari admits he wants children with pop star: ‘I want to be a young dad’
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Husband 'vows to wait' for teacher, 35, after she was jailed for sleeping with 15-year-old pupil 
Kandice Barber's husband Daniel,38, has promised to stay with his wife while she is in prison for more than six years. The teacher, from Wendover, Bucks. was jailed for having sex with her 15-year-old pupil.
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Statue of poet Philip Larkin is placed on council's secret racism review list
The poet, who died in 1985, was honoured with a statue at Hull Paragon Interchange railway station in 2010. But Hull City Council has cited it in a review prompted by Black Lives Matter movement.
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Mario Lemina ignites Fulham’s relegation escape with victory over crisis-stricken Liverpool
Liverpool 0-1 Fulham: Scott Parker’s side moved to within tantalising reach of safety as the champions’ startling slump shows no sign of abating
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Why Edinson Cavani isn't in Manchester United squad vs Man City
Edinson Cavani returned from injury for Man Utd in midweek but he is not in the squad to face Man City at the Etihad.
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US will retaliate for Iraq missile strike when it chooses, defense secretary says
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Gary Neville mocks Liverpool banner flown over Anfield during Fulham match
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Maskless Male Karen melts down after denied entry to a Trader Joe's in Texas
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Liverpool vs Fulham result: Player ratings as Mario Lemina inflicts another home defeat on the Reds
Visitors secured a massive win in their relegation battle as Klopp’s players suffered again
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Lauren Boebert: Congresswoman linked to QAnon attacks Democrats for being ‘obsessed with conspiracies’
Freshman Republican complains: ‘Judge Jeanine, this is complete bonkers that we are keeping people out the United States Capitol’
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When is the Dancing On Ice final and why is the series shorter?
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Grandfather reunited with wife after year apart due to pandemic restrictions
EXCLUSIVE: John Ross, 89, was overcome with emotion as he finally held the hand of his beloved wife Marlene after not seeing her for a year due to coronavirus restrictions
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Transformed Fulham take another step towards safety with famous win at Liverpool
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Britons head to beauty spots to soak up fine weather ahead of downpours next week
Crowds flocked to outdoor spaces across the UK to enjoy the outbreaks of sunshine amid warnings that temperatures will plummet below freezing this evening.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer explains why Edinson Cavani missed Manchester United’s derby clash against Man City
Cavani was ruled out of the derby.
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Stop the Illegal Wildlife Trade: Tragic tale of India’s illicit turtle trafficking industry
Despite being protected under numerous laws, tens of thousands of turtles and tortoises continue to be poached across India each year, writes Namita Singh
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Queen paid £2,650 for new corgi dog on popular pet website
One of the Queen's new corgi pups was purchased on Pets4Home, The Sun reported. Private breeder named Denise Thomas, 60 said she didn't know the pup was for Her Majesty.
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Micah Richards "flabbergasted" by Liverpool demise in damning assessment
Former England defender Micah Richards delivered a withering verdict on Liverpool, who suffered their sixth home defeat in a row at the hands of relegation-threatened Fulham
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Number of private school teachers paid £100,000 or more ‘jumps 25%’
Research shows 470 staff at 200 fee-charging schools earn six-figure salaries, up from 376 just two years ago
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‘Not good enough’ – Roy Keane criticises Liverpool duo Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson after Fulham goal
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Royal Family 'banned interviews with Edward VIII' before Meghan and Harry's Oprah chat
THE ROYAL FAMILY banned the media from interviewing Edward VIII, the Duke of Windsor claimed, long before Meghan Markle and Prince Harry opted to sit down with Oprah Winfrey.
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Croatia: landmine from 1990s Balkan wars kills asylum seeker
Device explodes near border with Bosnia, killing one man and injuring at least four othersA landmine from the 1990s Balkan wars has exploded, killing a migrant and injured several others in an area of central Croatia littered with unexploded ordnance.The blast occurred on Thursday in woodland near Saborsko, close to the Bosnian border where a group of asylum seekers were attempting to traverse the country, Croatian authorities said in a statement. Continue reading...
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Key players in trial of ex-officer charged in Floyd's death
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Omid Scobie warns royals they face 'losing diversity' on eve of Meghan interview with Oprah
The journalist (pictured) shared a tweet he posted on March 7 last year showing the Duchess of Sussex visiting a school in Dagenham, east London.
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5 talking points as Liverpool slump to yet another dismal home defeat to Fulham
Mario Lemina's strike on the stroke of half-time was enough to give Fulham a much-deserved victory at Anfield, where Liverpool lost for the sixth straight game
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Brexit controls on UK imports could be delayed amid fears nation won't be ready
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New CCTV discovered of woman missing since Wednesday
Sarah Everard, 33, has been missing since departing her friend’s house in Clapham, south London, on Wednesday.
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NHS pay protest organiser fined £10,000 as police arrest elderly demonstrator
It comes amid growing outrage about a proposed 1% pay increase.
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Twins terrified by their father after he shaves for the first time 
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Chinese zoo ‘tries to pass off dog as wolf’ after animal dies
A sign leading up to the enclosure read: 'The wolf is here’.
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French senior citizens link up with language students in lockdown
ShareAmi scheme aims to combat the isolation felt by many older people during the pandemicCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAfter spending a third of his placement in France stuck in lockdown, modern languages student Elliot Bellman was worried his conversation skills might suffer. But his weekly chats with Mme Tolu, a Parisian care home resident in her 80s, have helped keep his fluency up to scratch.“During the pandemic it’s difficult to travel and have those normal experiences, going out and talking to new people,” said Bellman, 20, a third year student at the University of Warwick. “So this allows me to keep talking to someone in French. And Mme Tolu doesn’t have any family around her anymore, so I feel like I am helping somewhat with the loneliness. It’s mutually beneficial.” Continue reading...
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Impassioned plea for more female leaders ahead of International Women's Day
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UK weather warning: 120mph double-barrelled storm to hit Britain before HEAVY SNOW returns
A ‘double-barrelled' 120km/h cyclone will bring the worst storm assault for a month before snow threatens a ‘return to autumn' this week.
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