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Huge fight breaks out at Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park
'Everyone was getting pushed back but there was nowhere to go.'Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Jo Swinson reveals she has been advised to wear 'lower cut tops'
Jo Swinson said the extraordinary tip was among a welter of 'unsolicited advice' she has received on how to revive her flagging campaign.Home | Daily Mail Online
People are sharing stressful Christmas stories to combat the pressure to be perfect
It's not always the most wonderful time of the year.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
If you really want to help fight climate change, don't vote Green
We have 10 years to keep global warming in check. Only Labour is capable of implementing a radical agenda on the environment in governmentThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
What time is X Factor: The Band on ITV tonight and when is it on this week?
It's The X Factor but not as you know it.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Yoko Ono describes ‘hollowing experience’ of losing John Lennon on anniversary of Beatle’s death
'It is always good to cry. Tears gives you immense health.'Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Cardi B parties with T.I. in Ghana after backlash for ‘snubbing’ meet-and-greet to eat kebab
She’s been on a tour of West Africa.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Father and daughter enjoy pint in pub... moments escaping jail over bar brawl
Robert Stott, 66, and Anne-Marie (pictured), 33, had their celebratory drink in a bar near a Manchester court after they apologised to a judge for threatening a publican who had barred them in Stockport.Home | Daily Mail Online
Jose Mourinho makes approach to sign Marouane Fellaini for Tottenham
A surprise signing on the cards at Spurs?Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
The route the Easy Rider characters rode still offers a unique insight into America's soul
Easy Rider turned actors Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper into the coolest superstars on the planet in 1969. Jeremy Taylor hops on a Harley and rides the road their characters took - the epic Route 66.Home | Daily Mail Online
Walmart apologises for Christmas jumper 'showing Santa doing cocaine'
'We apologise for any unintended offence this may have caused,' spokesperson for retailer saysThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Giffords Circus creator dies 'surrounded by friends and family'
Circus creator Nell Gifford, from Wiltshire, passed away on Sunday 8th December surrounded by family 'both immediate and circus'at the age of 46 after a longstanding battle with breast cancer.Home | Daily Mail Online
Human skull and skeleton dredged up from the depths of the Thames 'belonged to 18th century convict'
Lara Maiklem, 48, discovered the skull and partial skeleton next to mudflats in the Thames. The remains are thought to be from a convict thrown overboard from an 18th-century prison ship.Home | Daily Mail Online
Extinction Rebellion stages air pollution protest in London
Demonstrators wearing gas masks glue hands to breeze-blocks outside tube stationClimate change activists wearing gas masks have blocked a central London road to demand the next government tackles “deadly levels of air pollution” in the capital.Six Extinction Rebellion protesters dressed in hi-vis suits glued their hands to yellow breeze-blocks in the middle of Cranbourn Street, outside Leicester Square tube station. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
I'm A Celebrity winner Jacqueline Jossa doing 'fine' after 'tough time' in jungle
I'm A Celebrity runner-up Andy Whyment has praised his co-star and series winner Jacqueline Jossa for how she coped in the jungleMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
New Zealand volcano survivors reveal how the escaped White Island moments before it erupted
Michael Schade, a traveller from San Francisco, said his tour group was standing at the edge of the main crater less than 30 minutes before the blast.Home | Daily Mail Online
Peter Kay 'in talks with BBC bosses on new project' after long break from showbiz
Peter Kay is reportedly in talks with the BBC about a new project following his extended break from our screensMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
Earthquake strikes Tuscany, damaging buildings and sending people fleeing into the streets
Mayors of towns in the area near the Appennine mountains known as Mugello said there were no injuries from the pre-dawn quake but pictures of cracked buildings flooded social media.Home | Daily Mail Online
Nine-month-old girl needs surgery after dribbling blood because she choked on a confetti STAR
Doctors from the Gold Coast University Hospital in Australia revealed the girl's unusual injury in a medical journal and said the pointy edges of stars make them more likely to get stuck in the throat.Home | Daily Mail Online
Homeless ‘should get £400,000,000 left on dormant Oyster cards’
A London Mayoral candidate is fronting a campaign she hopes can raise millions for charities.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
'I started self-harming': Brave teachers recount their own ordeals at the hands of bullies
Students at Perins School in New Alresford, Hampshire, were stunned into silence as they watched their teachers describe how they had struggled with depression and self harm.Home | Daily Mail Online
NHS promises from all major parties are ‘not physically possible’
Leading public health officials say the manifesto pledges of the Lib Dems, Labour and Tories are misleading or impossible.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Chrissy Teigen gives us what we want by answering fans’ burning questions on the secrets of the rich and famous
What do they do with all those rooms in their mansions?Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Poem of the week: The Flea by John Donne
A ludicrous image of physical intimacy provides a suitor with a feeble wooing ruse – and us with sharp romantic comedy Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
Suzi Ruffell review – smear tests, domestic bliss and ‘lesbian accoutrements’
Warwick Arts Centre A cool crowd warms to the standup’s animated stories, daft moves and disarming candour in Dance Like Everyone’s WatchingA standup needs several qualities in their locker, among which tenacity may be the least heralded. It’s a spectacle in itself, then, to see Suzi Ruffell, confronted with a frigid crowd, throw herself at the challenge of warming them up. Her success is impressive. She calls out the coolness but doesn’t dwell on it. She cajoles but doesn’t coerce. She fashions lively local debate from minor confusion over which town we’re in. None of which has anything to do with the show she’s come to Coventry – or should that be Warwick? – to perform. But, by the time it begins properly, she has the audience at her command.Save for the bulletproof smear-test routine at its centre, there’s nothing remarkable about Dance Like Everyone’s Watching, which relates Ruffell’s newfound domestic contentment and tentative parenthood plans. There’s amusing stuff, about shopping for “lesbian accoutrements” – and, to her horror, being recognised while doing so. And there’s material (on the different stages of moving house; on WhatsApp messaging her new neighbours) that doesn’t quite respond to her lively efforts to animate it. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
My working week: 'A pupil is worried her mum will turn up at school drunk'
I work in a school with the most vulnerable children. It can be rewarding and impossibly frustratingI work in a secondary school, supporting children who are struggling including looked-after children, who are not being cared for by their birth parents. Some are with other family members. Others are with foster carers, and some may be in children’s homes. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
Nell Gifford death: Giffords Circus creator dies aged 46 after battle with cancer
In a statement on the Giffords Circus website, it was announced that she had passed away on December 8. The statement described Gifford as the "driving force and visionary" behind the vintage-inspired circus she founded in 2000.London News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
A child loses their home every 8 minutes despite parents 'doing everything they're supposed to'
Penny Walster, a hub manager at Shelter, says many families and individuals are caught in a 'perfect storm' of homelessness, which has seen people who work in schools and hospitals turn to the charity for helpMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
When will the Royal Variety Performance 2019 be on TV and who performed at this year's event?
While the event took place in November, the Royal Variety Performance is only just being aired on TVLondon News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
Rare whisky collection expected to sell for £8,000,000 at auction
It includes the most expensive single bottle in the world, a 1926 Fine and Rare Macallan, which sold for £1.5 million.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Crufts’ presenter Peter Purves backed by Piers Morgan after ‘ageist’ dog show axes him after 41 years
The 80-year-old presenter was let go from the show with next to no explanation.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder for next fight
AJ tells Good Morning Britain his tactics to beat both.London News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
Flailing Boris Johnson struggles to explain his 'made up' crime and HS2 figures
Boris Johnson was challenged live on LBC over "made up" figures from Home Secretary Priti Patel about an alleged violent crimewave that would follow a Labour victory in this week's general electionMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid. #madeuthink
Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp insists he has never doubted quality of £52.7m man Naby Keita
But Klopp admits the relentless form of his league leaders and a series of tight matches have made it difficult to give him minutesThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Tesla ATV: Elon Musk says Cyberquad is coming soon but electric motorbike never will
'I almost died when I was 17,' says billionaire entrepreneurThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
UK election polls tracker: Conservative Party on track to defeat Labour with party's biggest majority since Margaret Thatcher
Follow our live general election updates HERELondon News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
TV crew laugh at Ted Cruz in live interview after he endorses Trump's baseless conspiracy theory
Republican senator defends president despite him insulting his wife and suggesting his father helped kill JFKThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
'I rejoice': Finland forms government of five parties all led by women
Four leaders are also in their thirtiesThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Liam Payne thinks One Direction will reunite after two years
All five former members of the boyband have been working on solo material for the past five yearsThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Millionaire travel tycoon sues luxury flat owner for £100k over lack of broadband
Mr Shalson claims he endured "about a thousand days" of misery without wifiLondon News | London Evening Standard - London's newspaper
When is Wonder Woman 1984 released and who is in the cast?
Gal Gadot returns with a cast of famous faces.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Nell Gifford, owner of Giffords Circus, dies of breast cancer
Despite illness, co-founder appeared in shows over the summer before her death at 46Nell Gifford, the owner and co-founder of the retro-chic Giffords Circus, has died of breast cancer it has been announced.Even after doctors told her she had a year to live, Gifford continued running between hospital and the circus ring, performing in this year’s summer show, Xanada on her white horse, with a long blonde wig hiding her cropped hair. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's UK edition | The Guardian
Barr 'warns Trump that Giuliani has become a liability'
Mounting White House pressure comes as lawyer's Ukraine fact-finding mission dubbed 'deeply weird' and 'like a murder suspect returning to the crime scene to live-stream themselves moon-dancing'The Independent | News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper
Surgeons should listen to Mozart 'because it makes them more accurate and faster'
Dundee University experts, who reviewed 18 existing studies, said the music must be played at a low volume. Loud music could be detrimental for patients because it distracts surgeons.Home | Daily Mail Online