Melania Trump 'lifted Donald's spirits by always saying how great he is'

Despite frequent reports that the Trump marriage was frosty former Melania aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff said she was always his first phone call after a rally
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David Cameron WILL be grilled by MPs over lobbying scandal, Treasury Committee vows
The Treasury Committee said it will ask all three to appear in person during its inquiry into the UK Government's dealings with failed finance firm Greensill Capital.
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Oxford researchers say tool to detect risk of prostate cancer can help GPs prioritise patients 
Researchers at Oxford University say their online tool can help GPs prioritise high-risk patients for scans while reassuring others.
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Climate crisis: UK ‘to set tougher emissions target ahead of Cop26’
Reported move comes ahead of major US summit on climate change this week
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Health chiefs 'launch investigation into sudden death of 38-year-old Big Brother star Nikki Grahame'
The 38-year-old reality TV star died in her London home earlier this month less than 24 hours after she was released from Dorset County Hospital, where she was being treated for anorexia.
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Thousands of food workers can't afford to buy meals they produce, serve and sell
EXCLUSIVE: A shocking report showed that one-in-every-five grafting in the sector, which stretches from factories and distribution firms to cafes and supermarkets, live in households which had run out of food from a lack of money
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Can the new cheeses with added probiotics, protein and charcoal really be gouda for your health? 
Sales of cheese - one of the UK's favourite comfort foods - were up by a massive 15 per cent at the height of the pandemic last year, according to market researcher Kantar. 
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Prince Harry wrote 'very hurt' father a 'deeply personal letter' ahead of Prince Philip's funeral
Prince Harry, 36, penned a 'deeply personal' letter to his father Prince Charles before he flew back to the UK for the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral after their relationship 'hit rock bottom'.
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Neville and Carragher launch call to arms for supporters to stop the European Super League
Twelve clubs across Europe, including the Merseysiders owned by John W Henry's Fenway Sports Group and Stan Kroenke's Arsenal, announced the launch on Sunday night
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Reformers vote to make it easier to learn English... These nu, sili speling rools tayk the biskit 
CRAIG BROWN: Apparently, English takes up to three years longer to master than other languages, and the peculiarities of our spelling sytem are at least partly to blame.
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VP Harris sits at counter where Greensboro Four made history
Vice President Kamala Harris took a detour while visiting North Carolina to sit at the same lunch counter where four Black college students known as the Greensboro Four conducted a peaceful sit-in 61 years ago that became a defining moment in the civil rights movement
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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez rubbishes Uefa’s threats over European Super League and slams Aleksander Ceferin
'Every player can be calm because that's not going to happen.'
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Perez insists Super League agreement is "binding" after two years of planning
Real Madrid chief Florentino Perez, the president of the new European Super League, has revealed clubs have been in secret talks for over two years and insisted no-one will back out from the "binding" agreement
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Harry Styles leads British LGBT Awards shortlist 2021 after Vogue cover
The annual awards in August will also feature a one-off Football Ally award which, for 2021 only, will look at why LGBT+ inclusion remains a taboo subject for the sport
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Two-fifths of renters in England ‘have had to live in dangerous conditions for fear of eviction’
Millions ‘have paid through the nose for neglected properties’, says Shelter. Jon Sharman reports
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Grizzly mauling near Yellowstone kills backcountry guide
A backcountry guide has died after he was mauled by a large grizzly bear just outside of Yellowstone National Park in Montana
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Biden blasted for ‘personal’ decision to pull US troops from Afghanistan – ‘Big mistake’
JOE BIDEN has been criticised for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan, 20 years after the 9/11 attacks.
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Judge in Chauvin trial calls Waters' comments 'abhorrent'
The judge overseeing the trial of former Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd is calling recent comments from a California congresswoman “abhorrent,” saying they could lead to a verdict being overturned
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Climate crisis: UK woodlands and peatlands ‘crucial’ to reaching net zero goal, report says
Researchers examining British ecosystems say conservation essential to realising 2050 carbon target
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Tesco fined £7.56 million for selling out-of-date food
esco stores has been fined £7.56 million by a judge for selling out of date food at three of its stores.
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The simple five-step method to keep your trainers looking white
A health and fitness blogger who is famous for losing 92 kilos in 12 months in an astonishing body transformation has revealed her simple method to keep her white trainers gleaming.
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End of mobile phone blindspots... but masts will be 16 FOOT taller
Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden said the proposals would 'propel villages and towns out of the digital dark ages... while making sure we protect our precious landscape'.
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Chain mail! Knights fighting bloody battles appear on stamps to mark 550 years since key conflict
A set of commemorative stamps has been released to mark the 550th anniversary of the Battle of Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire. The stamps show key battles of the Wars of the Roses.
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Every word Florentino Perez said in explosive Super League interview
Perez is the chairman of the newly-formed European Super League.
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Officers are avoiding arrests and dropping cases, says watchdog 
Police forces have avoided arresting criminals during the pandemic - writing off offences with 'no further action', a watchdog will reveal today.
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'We need to rewild people': Ray Mears urges people to experience nature first hand
Ray Mears, 57, has spoken of the public's need to get out and experience nature first hand, as he insists 'we've forgotten how to be outdoors'.
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Dani Dyer 'vows to stand by her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence' after he pleads guilty to fraud
In a statement the star's representative confirmed they are 'still together' after he appeared at Portsmouth Crown Court and admitted duping two men out of £34,000 on Monday.
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Malin Andersson hits out at men who make crude remarks about her appearance in provocative video
It comes after she watched Promising Young Women.
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Demi Lovato hits back over frozen yoghurt rant after Piers Morgan slammed claims
Demi Lovato has spoken about how having an eating disorder made it 'difficult to order' during a weekend visit to a frozen yoghurt shop amid a backlash over comments
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Prince William: European Super League risks damaging ‘the game we love’
‘We must protect the entire football community from the top level to the grassroots’ says FA president
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Liverpool’s Jürgen Klopp and James Milner critical of Super League plans
Klopp will not resign and pledges ‘to sort it somehow’‘I don’t like it and don’t want it to happen’, says MilnerJürgen Klopp has criticised the European Super League plan being pursued by his own employers at Liverpool but vowed not to resign and insisted he would try to “sort it somehow” with Fenway Sports Group. The Liverpool manager remains opposed to any super league project and was stung by the furious reaction of Leeds’ supporters towards himself and his team before the 1-1 draw at Elland Road.“The team has nothing to do with it,” Klopp said, after James Milner spoke out against the proposal and confirmed: “I don’t like it and I don’t want it to happen.” Klopp was only informed of FSG’s plans on Sunday and is unhappy at the lack of competitiveness in the proposed league, with 15 self-appointed founding members having permanent residence in the competition, and the division it has created between Liverpool supporters and the club. Continue reading...
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'Monster earthquake' to batter New Zealand within 50 years
Modelling suggests a 75 per cent chance of an earthquake of the South Island fault line in the next 50 years - most likely of magnitude 8 or higher.
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Good Housekeeping reveal winners of its BBQ food blind taste test
The Good Housekeeping Institute today revealed the results of its 2021 BBQ food blind taste test, with Tesco scooping the top prize for sausages while best burgers went to Eversfield Organic.
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PM vows to show the European Super League a ‘straight red’
The PM said he was ‘horrified’ by the plan by the Premier League’s ‘Big Six’ to stage a breakaway competition.
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Mobile phone masts in rural England to be up to 20% taller in rules shakeup
Antennae up to 30 metres high will be allowed under plans to improve phone and 5G networksMobile phone masts up to 30 metres tall are to get the green light to be built in the English countryside, the government announced, a 20% increase on the current maximum.Under proposed changes to improve mobile connectivity and boost the rollout of 5G networks in rural communities, telecoms firms will be allowed to extend new and existing phone masts by five metres in height in most areas and increase their width by two metres. Continue reading...
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Revealed: 28 Of The Best BBQ Buys For Summer 2021
With the weather finally warming up, it’s safe to dust off the barbecue for a summer of outdoor socialising. But what should you be adding to your BBQ shopping list?From steak burgers to salmon kebabs and ice-cold session IPAs, The Good Housekeeping Institute has revealed the results of its much-anticipated 2021 BBQ taste test and there’s plenty to salivate over.Here’s what caught their attention.Best burgersFor those in the market for luxuriously juicy burgers, the taste testers crowned Eversfield Organic Beef Steak Burgers (£6.76 for a pack of four) as the best burgers on the block, scoring 87/100. Seasoned with onion, salt and pepper, tasters described the burgers as rich and succulent.The runner up, with a score of 83/100, was Swaledale Steak Burgers (£9 for a pack of four) which had a distinctive savoury smell that reminded some panellists of salty charcuterie with hints of olives.Meanwhile the best budget four-pack was field&flower Burgers (£5.48 for a pack of four) scoring 80/100.When it comes to the battle of the own-brand supermarket beef burger, both Tesco and Waitrose & Partners came joint first scoring 78/100 with their patties: Tesco Finest Chuck & Brisket Burger (£3 for a pack of two) and Waitrose & Partners No 1 Dry Aged Hereford Steak Burgers (£4.25 for a pack of two).Best sausagesTesco has proved to be the number one destination for sausages, winning best overall sausage for its Fire Pit Chorizo Sausages (£4 for a pack of six) and scoring 88/100. These saussies are perfect for people looking for a “hearty, smoky sausage with plenty of paprika”.Piper’s Farm Natural Cumberland Sausages came a close second, scoring 85/100 (£5.50 for a pack of six). Meanwhile Aldi took the crown for best budget sausages with a score of 81/100 for its Specially Selected Monterey Jack and Jalapeno Hot Dogs (£1.99 for a pack of four).Best kebabsThe king of meat kebabs is the Swaledale North African Spiced Lamb Kofta Kebab (£8 for a pack of four). Packed with flavour, these smaller koftas are made with freshly ground lamb shoulder, combined with onion, garlic, chilli, coriander and paprika for a gently spiced North African flavour.For pescatarians, Aldi’s Salmon Kebabs (£2.99 for a pack of four) should be added to your shopping list. Marinated in a Thai-style sweet chilli, lemongrass, coriander and soy glaze, testers found this fish “deliciously juicy”. Both kebabs scored 90/100.The runner up, with 89/100, is M&S’s British Fully Loaded Lamb Shish Kebabs with a Creamy Citrus Yoghurt Dressing (£8.50 for a pack of two).Taste testers also rated Waitrose & Partners Chicken Shawarma King Kebab (£8 for a pack of one), which is due in store and online late April. It was crowned best chicken centrepiece with 88/100, while the best beef kebab comes in the form of field&flower’s Teriyaki Marinated Beef Skewers (£4.10 for pack of two) which scored 87/100.Best veggie and vegan treatsThe crown for the best vegetarian burger goes to the Waitrose & Partners Vegetarian Aubergine and Feta Burgers (£2.75 for a pack of two), which scored 88/100. Reviewers loved the fact it’s packed with chunky lentils and butternut squash, and actually tasted of veggies rather than meat. For the best vegan burgers and sausages, Moving Mountains reigns supreme in both categories with its burgers (£4.92 for a pack of two) achieving a score of 81/100, and its sausages (£4.69 for a pack of four) racking up a score of 89/100 – both touted as extremely convincing meat replacements. Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Lincolnshire Sausages were crowned the runner up in the vegan sausage category, with a score of 88/100, while the leader of the pack when it comes to own-brand supermarket vegan sausages is M&S, scoring a solid 85/100 for its Plant Kitchen Chorizo Puppies (£3.50 for a pack of four).For those looking to fire up the grill without spending a fortune, Asda’s Plant Based Meat Free Triple Chilli Burgers (£2.35 for a pack of two) were crowned the best budget vegan burgers, with a score of 80/100. Meanwhile Linda McCartney’s Mozzarella Burgers (£2.20 for a pack of two) were hailed the best budget vegetarian burgers with a score of 71/100.Best cheese slicesWith subtle sharpness and well-rounded creaminess, Lidl’s own brand Mature Cheddar Slices (65p for 200g) is the ‘big cheese’ this year, achieving top marks of 83/100. The runner-up cheese with a score of 79/100 is Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference Barbers Cruncher Cheddar Slices (£2 for 150g). Tasters loved the crumbly, mature cheddar slices with a sweet fruity flavour, and delicious crunchy salt crystals.For those not consuming dairy, Violife’s Non-Dairy Cheese Alternative Slices, (£2.99 for 200g) was crowned the best vegan cheese slice with a score of 72/100. Best session IPAsA perfect accompaniment for a BBQ, whether that be a juicy beef burger or a plant-based patty, is a session IPA, and they don’t come any better than Mondo Brewing Co. Little Victories Session IPA (£2.79 for 330ml) and Brick Brewery Peckham Session (£2.79 for 330ml).Both brews tied for the top spot with a score of 83/100. Mondo Brewing Co. Little Victories Session IPA “isn’t overly fizzy, making it a particularly food-friendly option for the summer months”, while Brick Brewery Peckham Session is “deliciously smooth and well-rounded”, with most tasters saying they’d buy it again.The joint runners up, with a score of 82/100, included Beavertown Neck Oil Session IPA (£2.19 per can), Brewdog Clockwork Tangerine (£1.25 per can) and Fourpure Hemisphere Session IPA (£1.66 per can).Related...17 Embarrassingly Easy Ways To Turn A Sweet Potato Into A MealTikTok's Bell Pepper Sandwich Is Not Going Away – Here Are The Best RecipesWe Tried 14 Vegan 'Cheeses' And Ranked Them Just For You3 Middle Eastern-Inspired BBQ Recipes That'll Delight Come Rain Or Shine6 Mouth-Watering BBQ Recipes To Wow Friends And Family With This Weekend10 Things To Do After Work To Make The Most Of The Sunshine
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Some police forces found self-isolation rules ‘unnecessary’ – report
Inspectors said there was confusion over the requirements.
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Government unveils plans to relax mast rules to end mobile signal blind spots
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has said the changes could help improve existing phone signals and boost the rollout of 5G.
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Aerial shot of spring garden wins top prize in photography competition
The Royal Horticultural Society said it had a record number of entries in its annual contest.
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India’s middle class are drifting towards poverty in the pandemic
In the midst of another huge spike of coronavirus cases in India, the middle class dreams of tens of millions of people face even greater peril, write Karan Deep Singh and Hari Kumar
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Half a million people eligible for universal credit during pandemic not claiming it, report suggests
Hundreds of thousands not aware they can claim benefit or chose not to because of perceived hassle or stigma, researchers find
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Four tips for eating right and staying health this Ramadan
Fasting can be difficult, especially in a pandemic. Ayaz Safi gives his tips to make this year’s Ramadan a bit easier
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Gyles Brandreth says young royals should 'keep quiet' and be like Prince Philip
The Duke of Edinburgh's mantra was that you shouldn't "talk about yourself" and Gyles Brandreth believes this is something that Prince Harry should possibly take on board
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Holidaymakers demand restriction-free travel from green list countries - poll
A study by easyJet revealed how people oppose taking coronavirus tests when they return from countries deemed safer during the pandemic
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Michael B Jordan thinking about his legacy after Chadwick Boseman’s death: ‘I know time is limited’
His Black Panther co-star Chadwick died last August aged 41.
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Your daily horoscope for Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Today brings a Quarter Moon, and with it, comes change.
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Personal trainer has to have both legs amputated after snowboarding accident
Lexie Bader, from Colorado, suffered serious injuries to her legs and feet when she slipped and crashed into a tree during a snowboarding trip in 2013.
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Won’t someone in football think seriously about fans – just for once?
The European Super League appears to mark a point of no return for the world’s favourite sport, writes Ben Burrows
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Does exercise really reduce the risks of Covid-19?
A study has shown that those who do less exercise are more likely to be hospitalised and die with Covid-19, but is this correct? Asks Jamie Hartmann-Boyce
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