Nadine Coyle claims Sarah Harding's ghost 'keeps moving things in the house'

Nadine Coyle has claimed items have flew across her room for no reason and thinks it's a sign from former bandmate Sarah Harding that she is still present
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Emmerdale spoilers: Who will Meena Jutla kill next?
Another one bites the dust!
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Baby who had brain tumour surgery at 12 days old switches on Christmas lights at hospital that treated him
During the first month of his life, Joey Sharp underwent two life-saving procedures to remove a growth on his brain.
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Trump spoke to Bannon and other allies before Capitol riot about delaying Biden certification, report says
The calls to the Willard Hotel war room would be the first direct links between the former president and the effort to prevent Congress from certifying Joe Biden’s electoral college win
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‘The women are cannon fodder’: how Succession shows the horrors of misogyny
Season three of the daddy issues drama speaks volumes about the monstrous Man Club that rules society – and even billionaire’s daughter Shiv Roy can’t escape its sadistic clutchesEveryone eats their share of dung beetle surprise on Succession – HBO’s unrepentant daddy issues drama – but the women’s portions come heavily seasoned with the patriarchy’s favourite ingredients: sexism and misogyny. Even billionaire’s daughter Shiv Roy (played by Sarah Snook) can’t escape it. “It’s only your teats that give you any value,” her brother Kendall (Jeremy Strong) shouts after she rejects his offer to join him in another one of his patricidal business plans. Even before then, he couldn’t help but put a pin in her dreams of taking over the company: “You are too divisive … you’re still seen as a token woman, wonk, woke snowflake.”“I don’t think that, but the market does,” he explains. Continue reading...
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EU advice on inclusive language withdrawn after rightwing outcry
Guidelines promoted use of ‘holiday season’ instead of Christmas and advised against saying ‘man-made’An internal European commission document advising officials to use inclusive language such as “holiday season” rather than Christmas and avoid terms such as “man-made” has been withdrawn after an outcry from rightwing politicians.The EU executive’s volte-face over the guidelines, launched by the commissioner for equality, Helena Dalli, at the end of October, was prompted by an article in the Italian tabloid Il Giornale which claimed it amounted to an attempt to “cancel Christmas”. Continue reading...
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Barcelona offer Philippe Coutinho to Man City and Man Utd during talks to sign Ferran Torres or Anthony Martial
Barcelona are also interested in Chelsea players this winter...
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Manchester United face delay with Ralf Rangnick visa
An early setback for United.
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Fishermen would be foreigners in own ports if protocol fully implemented – MP
The DUP’s Jim Shannon highlighted the challenges faced by fishermen in Northern Ireland.
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Fishermen would be foreigners in own ports if protocol fully implemented – MP
The DUP’s Jim Shannon highlighted the challenges faced by fishermen in Northern Ireland.
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Do you have what it takes to become a support worker? ZENO supports adults with learning disabilities and has new roles
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Third of all adults in England have received extra dose of Covid-19 vaccine
Scotland passed the milestone last week.
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Third of all adults in England have received extra dose of Covid-19 vaccine
Scotland passed the milestone last week.
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Barbados’s icon: why Rihanna’s national hero status is so apt
Honoured by her newly independent country, Rihanna has always proudly worn her Bajan heritage – broadening her sound from her Caribbean roots, while staying true to themBarbados hails Rihanna ‘national hero’ as it becomes republicRihanna’s designation as a national hero of Barbados, to coincide with the country’s transition to an independent republic, could not be more apt. Not only has she been an official ambassador for culture and youth in the country since 2018, the singer remains the country’s most famous citizen and indeed advocate. She has never softened her Bajan accent, and her music, while tapping into pop, R&B and dance music, has remained rich with her Caribbean heritage.In her investiture ceremony, the country’s prime minister Mia Mottley addressed the pop singer, fashion icon and hugely successful entrepreneur as “ambassador Robyn Rihanna Fenty: may you continue to shine like a diamond” – a reference to 2012’s global hit Diamonds – “and bring honour to your nation, by your words, by your actions, and to do credit wherever you shall go. God bless you, my dear.” Continue reading...
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I know what Jessie J’s going through – miscarriage as a single mum is lonely
For many solo mums, the path to parenthood isn't straightforward. 
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Pep Guardiola confident Man City will see best of Jack Grealish this season after settling ‘perfectly’
Pep Guardiola believes Man City will not need to wait until next season for Jack Grealish to find his best form.
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UN agency for Palestinian refugees faces funding crisis
The head of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees says it was unable to pay its 28,000 employees on time this month
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Liverpool XI vs Everton: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news and injury latest for Premier League
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could name an unchanged starting XI for the Merseyside derby with Everton after picking up no fresh injury concerns over the weekend.
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Ghislaine Maxwell's defense attorney attacks accusers as 'consummate actresses'
Ghislaine Maxwell's defense attorney Bobbi Sternheim took aim at the four accusers during opening statements on Monday.
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EasyJet sees dip in bookings amid omicron fears
The budget airline also announced pre-tax losses of more than £1bn
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Russian coronavirus-denying monk given prison sentence
A court in Moscow has convicted a monk who denied the coronavirus' existence and castigated the Kremlin on accusations of encouraging suicides
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People in Eccles left without mail for a month in Christmas run-in as Royal Mail complains of staff shortages
'We've missed out on birthday cards, some tax stuff, NHS stuff, even tracked packages haven't got to me.'
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Kimi Raikkonen weighs in on Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen rivalry
Verstappen leads Hamilton by eight points with two races left this season
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Man convicted of acting as propaganda chief for banned neo-Nazi group
Ben Raymond was found guilty of being a member of National Action, which was banned in 2016 for its extreme far-right views.
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Man convicted of acting as propaganda chief for banned neo-Nazi group
Ben Raymond was found guilty of being a member of National Action, which was banned in 2016 for its extreme far-right views.
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Why Omicron is the most worrying Covid variant yet – video explainer
The discovery of a new and potentially vaccine-resistant Covid variant has concerned governments and unnerved markets around the world. Omicron has prompted the return of border closures and mandatory testing and mask wearing as countries attempt to slow its spread.The number of mutations on its spike protein - the part of the virus vaccines use to prime the immune system - has concerned scientists, but it will take weeks to determine the extent of the threat Omicron poses. The Guardian's science correspondent Linda Geddes explainsOmicron: everything you need to know about new Covid variantDespite reports of milder symptoms Omicron should not be underestimatedOmicron: entry bans spread as China pledges 1bn jabs for Africa Continue reading...
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Vaccination clinics to offer boosters to over-50s first
The clinics, announced by Health Minister Robin Swann as a major expansion of the vaccination programme, will also offer first and second jabs to all.
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Minority Report-style AI able to predict riots is being developed by Russia 
Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry said to be developing special AI software that could use machine learning to detect and prevent riots and protests.
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US lifts terror designation for Colombia's ex-guerrilla army
The Biden administration has formally revoked the terrorist designation of Colombia’s former FARC guerrilla army
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Meet the woman who started the green velvet sofa trend – with her first ever Instagram post
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Nine Scottish Omicron cases linked to single private event
Scotland’s First Minister warned “many more” cases may emerge.
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Nine Scottish Omicron cases linked to single private event
Scotland’s First Minister warned “many more” cases may emerge.
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Voices: Jill Biden and Melania Trump are being used as pawns in a Christmas-themed proxy war
Is Jill’s decor blah? Was Melania’s creepy? And is this really about the holidays?
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Elephant once dubbed 'the world's loneliest' is now living his happily ever after
Kaavan the elephant lived solo for eight years before he was rehomed in the Cambodian jungle where he has re-learned his animal instincts and is no longer the 'world's loneliest'
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The biggest factor behind Keir Starmer’s reshuffle? A general election in 2023 | Sienna Rodgers
The Labour reshuffle is defined by big names and competent media performers. Now to heal the rift with his deputyThe timing of Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet shakeup on Monday came as a surprise to many, not least Labour’s deputy leader, Angela Rayner, who felt blindsided by it. But everyone knew the botched reshuffle earlier in the year was a job only half done. When the Labour leader shook up his top team back in May, he did so from a place of weakness, amid the announcement of poor election results. Allies of Rayner were furious when it emerged that Starmer was attempting to sack her, particularly as those results were still rolling in. This week, with improved personal approval ratings and a narrow lead in the polls, Starmer was in a better position to complete the task.Starmer’s original shadow cabinet saw the most senior roles go to those thought of as quietly competent: Anneliese Dodds as shadow chancellor and Nick Thomas-Symonds as shadow home secretary, for example. Both have been demoted this year. The most vocal people in the parliamentary party, whether Corbynites or Corbyn critics, were initially left out. Fresh faces also dominated at the beginning of the Starmer era. Some MPs privately expressed concerns that there may be a lack of ballsy communicators, save for Rayner, and that there was nobody at the table who could “say the unsayable”. But the new leader’s priority was projecting a calm and sensible image, while forging a path through factional warfare. Continue reading...
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Single dad masters caring for his daughter's long curly hair after getting help online
Mike Trower, a dad-of-two, reached out to parents in a Facebook group a fortnight ago when at a loss for how to deal with three-year-old Lara’s long curls
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Trump didn’t receive an intelligence briefing after 6 January, book claims
An updated book on the history of the presidential intelligence briefing looks into Trump’s relationship
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Rejoiners will blame Brexit! Elon Musk explains America's 2021 'supply chain nightmare'
ELON MUSK has expressed his frustration at a "supply chain nightmare" he believes is denting the automobile industry globally - used by some as an excuse to blame Brexit.
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The Fashion Awards 2021: Here's how you can recreate Kylie Minogue's GLOWING makeup look
Kylie Minogue attended last night's Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall and turned heads in her sparkly dress and flawless makeup, which was entirely created using Charlotte Tilbury products.
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Domestic abuse incidents rise for fifth year
In total police recorded 65,251 incidents of domestic abuse in 2020-21, up 4% from the previous year.
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Zeus the dog dives in to 'rescue' his owner from a massive pile of leaves [Video]
Zeus, the two-year-old Cane Corso, watched as his owner leapt into a pile of leaves before hurrying over to find him after he vanished into the mound in the backyard of their home in Bath, Pennsylvania.
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Rafael Benitez: Merseyside derby is an opportunity for Everton to change things
The Toffees have not won in seven matches heading into Liverpool’s visit.
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Chrystul Kizer: Can child sex-trafficking victim who killed abuser find hope in Kyle Rittenhouse acquittal?
Chrystul Kizer is awaiting trial for shooting dead Randall Volar III in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in 2018. Megan Sheets writes
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Covishield vaccine remained effective even during India’s second wave
Vaccine efficacy in double jabbed individuals stood at 63 per cent, according to The Lancet
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Meghan Markle's royal family struggle was a 'huge shame' says Jeremy Irons
The House of Gucci actor compared the Duchess of Sussex's struggle to Patrizia Reggianis, who had a battle on her hands when she married into the Gucci family - who he said regarded themselves as Italian royalty.
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Malala celebrates graduation at Colonel Saab restaurant in London
Malala Yousafzai has celebrated her graduation from Oxford University at a restaurant in central London.
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Family feared for their lives after 60ft tree smashed into home during Storm Arwen
The family from Gateshead were forced to sleep in the living room and were scared to go upstairs while they waited over 48 hours for a council inspector to come
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Adele's Water Under The Bridge Inspires TikTok Trend After She Said She Didn't Want To Make Music For The App
Adele has ended up inadvertently inspiring an unlikely new TikTok dance challenge, after recently saying she had no interest in making music aimed at users of the app.While promoting her new album 30, the record-breaking star spoke to Zane Lowe for Apple Music about how the music industry has changed since her last release, 25.“As we were wrapping up the mixing [of the album] and all of that, the conversation of TikTok came up a lot, right? So I’m like ‘Tik-a-Tok-a-who?’,” she joked.“They were like, we’ve really got to make sure these 14-year-olds know who you are, and I was like, ‘but they’ve all got mums!’. They’ve all got mums and they’ve definitely been growing up listening to my music, these 14-year-olds, and stuff like that.”“If everyone’s making music for TikTok, who’s making the music for my generation? Who’s making music for my peers? I will do that job gladly.” @Adele #30pic.twitter.com/JlQYwVIUOB— Vincent Odundo (@VinceOdundo) November 26, 2021Adele added: “If everyone’s making music for the TikTok, who’s making the music for my generation? Who’s making the music for my peers? I will do that job gladly.“I’d rather cater to people that are on my level in terms of the amount of time we’ve spent on Earth and all the things we’ve been through.”As it turns out, though, Adele has got it in her to start a TikTok trend without even trying.Last week, a tweet went viral mashing up Megan Thee Stallion’s dancing at the American Music Awards with the Adele ballad Water Under The Bridge.https://t.co/OlhGSkg3Lipic.twitter.com/18TbIAjYxi— ★ (@motivatefenty) November 24, 2021Since then, TikTok users have taken it upon themselves to try and recreate the clip – complete with Megan’s exact Body choreography – with completely ridiculous results…@ecreip1Pick me. Choose me. Love me.
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Marston’s positive about Christmas despite pub chain posting deeper losses
The company, which runs 1500 venues across the UK, said it has not yet been affected by booking cancellations due to Omicron.
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