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British crocodile attack twins pictured for first time since escaping
Georgia Laurie told ITV News that her sister felt as though she was going to drown and like her arm had been ripped off during the crocodile attack
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Olympic hopeful hit with four-year doping ban blames pork burrito for positive steroid test
Shelby Houlihan, 28, is banned from all competitions until 2024
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Deliveroo riders to be trained to spot domestic abuse
But the scheme has been criticised by a workers’ union for ‘ignoring the abuse’ riders face
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Ben Affleck's ex Jennifer Garner 'sceptical' about rekindled romance with J-Lo
Hollywood actress Jennifer Garner is reported to be rocking ‘Bennifer’s’ love boat, as talks of blending families come to a head
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Brookside star Louis Emerick shattered as brother Jimmy passes away
Louis Emerick - famed for playing Mick Johnson on Brookside - took to Twitter to announce that his sibling Jimmy has "got his heavenly wings"
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Unemployment rates in your area as half a million people out of work in UK
The UK economy is slowly beginning to recover in the face of huge job losses during the Covid pandemic but more than half a million people remain out of work
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Wendy Williams didn't wash her boob for 2 weeks after Halle Berry touched it
Wendy Williams has said that she'd didn't wash her breast for two whole weeks after Halle Berry 'flicked her on the boob' when the TV star interviewed her in 2012
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UN put Rohingya ‘at risk’ by sharing data without consent, says rights group
Refugees tell Human Rights Watch they fear forced repatriation and persecution after personal details passed on to MyanmarThe UN may have put hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees at risk of persecution or involuntary repatriation back to Myanmar after improperly collecting and sharing refugees’ personal information with Bangladesh, according to Human Rights Watch (HRW), which is urging an investigation.Over the past three years, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) has registered more than 800,000 Rohingya refugees living in Bangladeshi camps in order to provide them with identity cards needed to access essential aid and services. Continue reading...
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UK weather: Two more days of hot sunshine – then thunderstorms
Met Office has warned that thunderstorms could cause flooding and power outages across much of southern England and Wales
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General Hospital’s Kirsten Storms prepares to get her stitches out after brain surgery
The road to recovery.
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Surge in Covid-19 cases in Blackburn has peaked, figures suggest
Extra testing and vaccinations for local residents is having an impact.
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French scientists investigate rise in Alpine snow turning red
French scientists have reported a rise in Alpine snow turning from white to pinkish red, warning the colour change could indicate accelerating climate change.
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Nutty squirrel with a death wish leaps for his life on race track
He was seconds away from getting squashed.
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Met Police accused of ‘institutional corruption’ over Daniel Morgan murder
A report by an independent panel said the force concealed or denied failings over the unsolved killing
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EU court leaves Facebook more exposed to privacy challenges
The EU's top court has ruled Facebook can face privacy challenges from watchdogs in any of the bloc’s member states, not just its lead regulator in Ireland
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National Beer Day: Everything you need to celebrate
From Irish porter to bevs brewed by women, honour the occasion with some of our favourites to sup
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Inside England's Euro 2020 camp - Foden's swim class, yoga and Grealish worries
England's stars enjoyed a day of rest and recuperation at St George's Park on Monday, following their victorious start to Euro 2020, but Tuesday brought a return to training - for all but Jack Grealish
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Ikea fined €1m by French court for spying on staff
World’s biggest furniture retailer found guilty of improperly gathering and storing data on its employeesIkea has been ordered by a French court to pay a €1m (£861,000) fine for spying on its staff, after the world’s biggest furniture retailer was found guilty of improperly gathering and storing data on its employees.The French branch of Ingka Group, which owns most Ikea stores worldwide, was accused of snooping on its workers and some of its clients over several years. Continue reading...
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Met Police accused of ‘a form of institutional corruption’ by long-awaited report into Daniel Morgan’s murder
A report by an independent panel has accused the Metropolitan Police of "a form of institutional corruption" for concealing or denying failings over the unsolved murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan.
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Police 'increasingly concerned' about woman, 37, missing from Salford
Malgorzata Swiatlon was last seen on South Radford Street in Lower Kersal
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Worst game ever made Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties is being re-released for some reason
The infamously terrible Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties is receiving a physical and digital re-release on modern platforms.
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Heather Knight: Used wicket is not ideal for England’s Test with India
The first Test starts at Bristol’s County Ground on Wednesday.
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Scott Parker could leave Fulham this week amid Bournemouth interest
Bournemouth are ready to swoop for Scott Parker if he elects to walk away from Fulham this week.
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Scotland Yard is condemned for 'systemic failings' over axe murder of Daniel Morgan
Daniel Morgan was killed with an axe to the head in the car park of the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham, south-east London , on March 10 1987.
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Daniel Morgan death: Met Police accused of 'institutional corruption' for concealing failings over 1987 unsolved murder
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De Gea setback could accelerate Man Utd talk and force Solskjaer decision
The Manchester United manager has admitted he must resolve the dilemma surrounding the goalkeeping department at Old Trafford after alternating last season
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Ascot ladies show off incredible hats and face masks on first day of races
Guests have begun to arrive for the Royal racing event of the year.
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Pensioner ‘who hid wife’s body in septic tank’ appears in court
Brenda Venables disappeared in 1982 and her remains were only discovered when the septic tank was being drained two years ago.
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Rent debt crisis and return of rates cast shadow over hospitality firms
New data shows pubs restaurants and nightclubs in England will return to around £1 billion in rent liabilities from July for the next nine months.
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Rent debt crisis and return of rates cast shadow over hospitality firms
New data shows pubs restaurants and nightclubs in England will return to around £1 billion in rent liabilities from July for the next nine months.
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Katie Price moves her stuff back into Mucky Mansion before jetting to Turkey
Katie Price was spotted moving boxes back into her former home in West Sussex shortly before jetting off to Turkey, where she's said to have booked in at a clinic for a liposuction procedure
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Vaccine laggard Japan steps up shots with company efforts
Japanese companies have joined the effort to speed up the country's lagging coronavirus vaccine rollout before the Tokyo Olympics begin next month
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Couple who fell in love at McDonald’s head to drive thru on wedding day
'We were very chilled on the day, and we did what we felt like doing. And we felt like going to McDonald's.'
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Brookside and Coronation Street star Louis Emerick devastated as his brother dies
Louis posted on his Twitter to let people know of the news.
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Four ways Man United could line up with Jadon Sancho transfer
Man Utd are confident of signing Jadon Sancho in the summer transfer window and here are four ways to use him in the first-team next season
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Queen holds rare meeting with Australian PM in fifth engagement in five days
The Queen was photographed chatting to Scott Morrison at Windsor Castle today following a busy week of royal duties. Last week she also welcomed Joe Biden at the Castle after attending the G7 in Cornwall
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Wes Brown urges Manchester United to sign three players this summer – including Tottenham striker Harry Kane
'I would love to see Harry Kane at Man United'
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E-scooter rider flees police officer hurling clipboard after him 
Footage shows a police officer throw his notepad at an e-scooter rider in a desperate attempt to stop him fleeing a stop check near Marble Arch in central London.
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The Breakdown | Home bankers or shock potential: who will make the Premiership final?
While logic points to Exeter and Bristol reaching Twickenham, Sale and the unpredictable Harlequins have both excelledEverything and nothing has changed since the 2020-21 Gallagher Premiership season kicked off back in November. Harlequins entertained Exeter at the Twickenham Stoop and the outcome – Quins 3-33 Exeter - spoke for itself. You would have been offered long odds on the hosts making the end of season play-offs, never mind the possibility of the same sides contesting the final in the dog days of June.The following week Quins travelled to Northampton and conceded 29 points, the good news being that they scored 49 themselves. Next up they shipped 24 points at Gloucester and, again, still won. In round four they were beaten 27-19 at home by Bristol after leading 9-5 at half-time. This trend of defensive largesse has continued, despite the exit of their head coach Paul Gustard, to the extent that only a rock-bottom Worcester and a strangely leaky Bath conceded more tries in the regular season. Continue reading...
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Bolton prospect has surgery on knee after picking up ACL injury
Finlay Lockett is going under the knife today after suffering the injury playing for the club's under-18s side
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Something ‘unprecedented’ would need to happen to delay July 19 reopening – Gove
Some Tory MPs have reacted with fury to the road map delay, and the news has been described as a ‘devastating blow’ for the night-time industry.
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Forgotten Liverpool man Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain told to join two Premier League clubs by John Barnes
Will he leave this summer?
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Premier League summer transfer window closing date and time
When does the Premier League transfer window close this summer?
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Australia lets refugee family go free from Christmas Island after intense media and public pressure
The family will reunite after nine days and can live together but their immigration status remains unclear
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Royal Ascot 2021 LIVE results, tips, odds and racecard from day one
It's Tuesday, June 15 which means it's time for day one of The Queen's favourite race meeting – Royal Ascot 2021. Stay with us for all the news on day one
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Coronation Street star James Burrows looks totally different since cobbles exit
The Ali Neeson actor is unrecognisable!
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Daniel Morgan: Met Police ‘institutionally corrupt,’ report into private detective’s murder says
The Metropolitan Police has been accused of “institutional corruption” following a £16m probe into the unsolved murder of private detective Daniel Morgan.
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