Mum vows to bring cancer vaccine to UK after boy’s treatment in New York

Liam Scott is cancer free after his family raised £232,000 for him to fly to New York for a cancer-vaccine not currently available in the UK.
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Ronnie O’Sullivan calls for change to snooker prize money set-up: ‘It’s unfair’
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Chelsea FC XI vs Zenit: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news and injury latest for Champions League game
Chelsea will remain without Mateo Kovacic in the Champions League against Zenit tonight after the midfielder tested positive for Covid-19.
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Scholz's team: key players in Germany's new government
Olaf Scholz is expected to become Germany’s new chancellor on Wednesday at the head of a three-party coalition government, ending the 16-year era of outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel
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Reading and Leeds lineup: Dave, Arctic Monkeys and Rage Against the Machine to headline 2022 festival
Little Simz, Megan Thee Stallion, Wolf Alice and Italian band Maneskin are also on the lineup
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‘Nobody wants to join Johnson in Great Britain’ German press launches extraordinary attack
A GERMAN weekly has launched an extraordinary attack on Brexit Britain, claiming "nobody wants to join Boris Johnson in Great Britain".
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Germany-wide police raids target alleged worker trafficking
German police are conducting raids across the country to crack down on the alleged human trafficking of unskilled workers from outside the European Union
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Man United XI vs Young Boys: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news and injury latest for Champions League game
Manchester United’s fringe players should get a chance to impress new boss Ralf Rangnick when they face Swiss side Young Boys in the Champions League tonight.
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Xbox series X UK stock - live: Who could restock Microsoft’s console before Christmas?
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F1 news LIVE: Max Verstappen did break on Lewis Hamilton as Red Bull apologise ahead of Abu Dhabi
Lewis Hamilton was left furious after coming into contact with Max Verstappen at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after the Red Bull star slowed heavily in front of the Mercedes man
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Germany marches to the Left as new socialist Chancellor takes over from Merkel today
ANGELA MERKEL's reign as German Chancellor will officially come to an end today when 16 years of a conservative government in Berlin is replaced by a centre-left led coalition led by Olaf Scholz.
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Tui expects summer travel to bounce back to pre-crisis levels as Omicron fears ease – business live
Rally on European stock markets pauses after strong gains in last two daysGood morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.The world’s biggest tour operator Tui said it expects travel to bounce back to pre-crisis levels next summer, as it posted a full-year loss of €2.4bn. However it said it was close to breaking even in the fourth quarter, and that it was almost fully booked for the winter quarter.It is still too early to make a real forecast for the 2022 summer season. But we are optimistic that tourism will be able to recover to 2019 levels next summer. We want to, we can and we will find our way back to economic strength.The programme of the first financial quarter of 2022 is already almost fully sold. This means that we are currently achieving 69% of the pre-crisis level. We expect summer 2022 to reach a largely normalised booking level.The news is not all rosy, but the perception is very optimistic, and that supports the back-to-back strong gains. In theory, such strong gains are sign of instability and should be taken with caution, however the good news is that the volatility is easing, and the VIX index dropped 20% yesterday, meaning that the latest fears could slowly begin fading. Yet, the US inflation data due Friday remains an important threat to the market mood, and could encourage some consolidation and perhaps some profit taking into the critical data. These concerns over Delta were acknowledged earlier this week by the IMF who warned that they might have to cut their GDP forecasts for the eurozone when they publish new estimates in January. Continue reading...
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X Factor’s Chloe Khan appeals for help after being robbed of designer items worth tens of thousands
She wants to find the items before they are sold on.
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Boris Johnson ‘could launch Plan B within days’ to stop Christmas Omicron surge
It could mean a return to working from home and mandatory vaccine passports.
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Police officers accused of breaking quarantine walk free after bungled Covid-19 prosecution
Two Met Police officers accused of flouting the Covid-19 quarantine rules have walked free from court after a confused and bungled attempt to prosecute them was thrown out by a judge.
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Landscapers review: Olivia Colman dazzles as a real-life murderer in strange, gorgeous celebration of English eccentricity
Director Will Sharpe’s flourishes make this murder mystery unforgettable TV
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Tui hopeful of summer 2022 rebound as losses narrow
The holiday company reported an annual group loss of 2.47bn euros (£2.1bn), against losses of 3.15bn euros (£2.7bn) the previous year.
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Tui hopeful of summer 2022 rebound as losses narrow
The holiday company reported an annual group loss of 2.47bn euros (£2.1bn), against losses of 3.15bn euros (£2.7bn) the previous year.
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Covid LIVE: Boris ready to enforce new lockdown rules over Christmas as Omicron erupts
BRITS may be ordered to work from home as Omicron rips through the nation, with Boris Johnson confirming it is more transmissible than Delta and over 100 cases recorded yesterday.
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Australian Open: Novak Djokovic included on official entry list but Serena Williams absent
Novak Djokovic looks set to defend his Australian Open title after being included on the entry list for next month’s Grand Slam, but Serena Williams was notable for her absence.
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Piers Morgan says Boris Johnson is ‘toast’ over leaked video of No 10 officials joking about Christmas party
Presenter says that the public ‘won’t forgive [Johnson’s] sniggering’ after rehearsal press briefing leaked
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Lockdowns to deal with Omicron cannot be ruled out – Neil Ferguson
Professor Neil Ferguson said Omicron is likely to overtake the Delta variant before Christmas.
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Lockdowns to deal with Omicron cannot be ruled out – Neil Ferguson
Professor Neil Ferguson said Omicron is likely to overtake the Delta variant before Christmas.
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Pat Cummins' reaction to James Anderson and Stuart Broad's England snub for Ashes opener
James Anderson and Stuart Broad were both left out of England's starting XI for the first Ashes Test against old foes Australia at the Gabba in Brisbane
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Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel explains decision to prioritise Leeds clash over Champions League trip to Zenit
Thomas Tuchel insists there is no panic over Chelsea’s form – but he is set to prioritise Saturday’s Premier League clash with Leeds over tonight’s Champions League tie against Zenit St Petersburg.
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AOC hits out at Pelosi for failing to sanction Lauren Boebert over Islamophobic attack on Ilhan Omar
‘Failure to take action against Lauren Boebert would send horrible message to Muslim Americans’
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Piers Morgan was fourth most-Googled person of 2021, after Emma Radacanu
‘30 Rock’ actor Alec Baldwin and rapper Travis Scott came in at the fifth and sixth positions on Google’s annual list
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See EU later! US outstrips Brussels for first time as City exports shift in Brexit Britain
BREXIT BRITAIN'S financial and banking services exports to the United States have outstripped those to the European Union in the first time since the UK left the trading bloc
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Google reveals Jesy Nelson, Britney Spears and Adele among most searched for musicians of 2021
Google have revealed the most searched for content in 2021
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Royal Family LIVE: Kate and William begin BBC boycott – lead royals at major event TONIGHT
KATE and Prince William have rejected the BBC from broadcasting their Christmas carol concert after the corporation screened a controversial royal documentary.
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What is the earliest goal scored in a football match that finished 1-0? | The Knowledge
Plus: goalkeepers sent off in shootouts (redux), an Icelandic history lesson and the physio sent off from the field of playMail us your questions or tweet @TheKnowledge_GU“What’s the earliest goal scored in a game that finished 1-0?” tweets AgaTieFan.This is a cracking question, and thanks to everyone who wrote in with suggestions and answers. In the spirit of Countdown, or possibly Richard Osman’s House of Games, we’ll go through the list in reverse order: Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson’s ‘war on judges’ is a fiction – the truth is, it is an attack on all of us | Gina Miller
Judicial review provides justice for ordinary citizens. It must be protected from a populist fervour that would damage BritainGina Miller is a transparency campaigner who took legal action to prevent Boris Johnson proroguing parliamentThere is one thing that Boris Johnson and I actually agree on, and it is that courts and judges should never be used to “conduct politics by another means”, as he said in his election manifesto and again in a 2020 speech. But what Johnson proposed on Monday with his interpretation bill – which would make it possible for the government to strike out findings from judicial reviews that he and his ministers disagree with – would make our courts overtly and dangerously political.A judicial review allows judges to examine the lawfulness of an action taken by a public body, they are often initiated by citizens or civil society groups to hold government to account. The cases that I brought against Johnson’s and Theresa May’s governments, challenging their right to make policy without parliamentary approval, and further to prorogue parliament, were cited as his excuse for asserting “parliamentary sovereignty” over “an unelected judiciary”.Gina Miller is a businesswoman and transparency campaigner who took legal action to prevent Boris Johnson proroguing parliament Continue reading...
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Helping refugees starving in Poland’s icy border forests is illegal – but it’s not the real crime | Anna Alboth
The asylum seekers on the Poland-Belarus border are not aggressors: they are desperate pawns in a disgusting political struggleOne thought is a constant in my head: “I have kids at home, I cannot go to jail, I cannot go to jail.” The politics are beyond my reach or that of the victims on the Poland-Belarus border. It involves outgoing German chancellor, Angela Merkel, getting through to Alexander Lukashenko, president of Belarus. It’s ironic that this border has more than 50 media crews gathered, yet Poland is the only place in the EU where journalists cannot freely report.Meanwhile, the harsh north European winter is closing in and my fingers are freezing in the dark snowy nights. Continue reading...
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Alix and Mel Popham: ‘We turned a tragic situation in our life into something positive’ | Andy Bull
Having set up Head For Change the former Wales flanker, who is living with early onset dementia, is helping others using group exerciseIt has been about 18 months since Alix Popham got his diagnosis, and a year since he spoke about it in public. He’s doing well. Popham, who played 33 Tests for Wales, takes life the same way he played rugby: head on. In that time he has helped to launch a lobby group, Progressive Rugby, who have pulled together experts from across the sport to find ways to make it safer, and he has also set up a foundation, Head For Change, to provide support to athletes, and families of athletes, who are, like him and his, living with early onset dementia, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or other degenerative brain diseases caused by sport.It helps to keep busy. He has started competing in triathlons, and plans to do an Iron Man next year, even though the shoulder injuries he sustained in his career mean he can only swim breaststroke “so I’m at the back with all the older people”. And it helps to stay positive. When our talk becomes maudlin he and his wife, Mel, catch themselves and turn the conversation on to something more optimistic. “Both of us are glass half-full people.” Hope copes. They have faith that there are things they can do to mitigate the worst effects, and faith, too, that they can force the sport to do more to help other players suffering from them. Continue reading...
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When meditation turns toxic: the woman exposing spiritual sexism
Since suffering a miscarriage at a women’s retreat, Tara Brach has tried to reform the world of meditation by arming its practitioners with a single weapon: self-compassionTara Brach was four months pregnant when she miscarried at a women’s retreat in Española, New Mexico. She was 30, and had spent the last eight years as a devoted member of 3HO, a community promising spiritual awakening.The loss devastated her. She believed that extensive physical activity in the desert summer heat might have contributed to her miscarriage, so she wrote a note to her spiritual leader, Yogi Bhajan, suggesting they exercise care with pregnant women in the future. Continue reading...
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Euro 2020, Christian Eriksen and sports search terms that dominated Google in 2021
Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United and England's Euro 2020 campaign were widely searched on Google during an eventful 2021 across a variety of sports
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Man Utd predicted line-up with Ralf Rangnick to make 11 changes
Man Utd could look very different to their first match under Ralf Rangnick with the German set to make wholesale changes that involve Donny van de Beek and Jesse Lingard
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What channel is Zenit vs Chelsea? Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream details
Thomas Tuchel’s side have already qualified for the knockout stages but they will be hoping to go through as group winners ahead of their last game against Zenit on Wednesday night
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What channel is Man Utd vs Young Boys? Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream details
Ralf Rangnick will oversee his first game in Europe for Man United when they host Young Boys in their final Champions League Group F fixture with knockout qualification already confirmed
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Michelle Dockery teases ‘really fun’ new Downton Abbey film as trailer drops
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Emmerdale spoilers: 24 new images reveal Meena’s next target, child disappearance and Al’s new love interest
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What happened to Pep Guardiola's signings from his frantic first transfer window at Man City
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Harry Maguire is busting a myth about his Manchester United role under Ralf Rangnick
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Welcome to Earth, review: likeable Will Smith saves this odd wildlife series-cum-personal odyssey
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Zenit vs Chelsea predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Champions League fixture tonight
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Day-one disaster the latest nightmare Ashes start for England at the Gabba
Rory Burns fell to the first ball of the series in Brisbane.
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