Netflix fans terrified by true crime doc they’re calling 'new Making a Murderer'

New Netflix documentary I Am a Killer has caused quite a stir with viewers on social media
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EastEnders spoilers: Who dies in fatal car accident?
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Nicola Sturgeon forced to apologise for SNP lockdown mistakes: 'We have got things wrong'
NICOLA STURGEON has admitted that the SNP government has "got things wrong" when the First Minster was quizzed about the furious backlash from Scottish university students.
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Bolton Council's Covid-19 campaign has everyone talking
Some love it, some hate it
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Harry and Meghan have been excellent value for money. Handsy Andy? Not so much
The Royal Family national soap opera has been hugely boosted by the Meghan drama. Prince Andrew costs the monarchy much more, says Fleet Street Fox
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Alopecia sufferer sick of hiding bald patches finds freedom by shaving her head
'This has been the most freeing thing I have ever done.'
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Kim Kardashian breaks down in tears as North West performs onstage with Kanye
So sweet!
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'Rat-running' increases on residential UK streets as experts blame satnav apps
Motoring on minor roads doubled between 2009 and 2019, regional figures reveal“Rat-running” on residential streets has increased dramatically in the past decade, according to new statistics from the Department for Transport.London has experienced a doubling in motor traffic on quiet C roads since 2008, while in most other parts of the UK polluting motor traffic has increased more greatly on residential streets than on A or B roads. Continue reading...
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Police officer killed in Croydon as 'he took suspect's temperature for Covid-19'
The handcuffed suspect allegedly managed to pull a gun from his trousers and shoot the police officer before shooting himself at the Croydon Custody Centre, south London
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Coronavirus drives surge in support for unionisation, say games industry activists
Unpaid overtime, 100-hour weeks, instant dismissals … the pandemic has brought fresh momentum to the games industry’s union driveWorker strikes, let alone successful ones, are vanishingly rare in the video games industry. But in August, writers at Lovestruck, a mobile app that publishes visual romance novels, went on a 21-day strike, accusing the company of unfair pay, and won a rates increase after owner Voltage initially dismissed their demands.This is part of a growing, global unionisation movement among game developers – a movement whose urgency has been intensified by the pandemic, according to Declan Peach, who helped found the Game Workers Unite UK union in late 2018. With rising inquiries, casework and membership since lockdown, problems from the pandemic have brought growing momentum to the union. But dire conditions in the games industry had been driving developers to unionise long before coronavirus struck. Continue reading...
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Bar closes as Covid restrictions limit capacity to just seven people
The Ancoats Lad landlord Phil Bell described restrictions as 'the nail in the coffin of reality'
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Mikel Arteta makes confident prediction about Arsenal’s record signing Nicolas Pepe
The Ivory Coast winger impressed in the Carabao Cup.
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Klopp confirms Henderson will miss Arsenal tie with Thiago poised to start
The Reds captain was substituted with a thigh injury during the victory over Chelsea last weekend - and manager Klopp confirmed he will miss Monday night's clash
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Council staff could strike over jobs cut in new ‘streamlined’ digital department
The local authority says that most staff will benefit from the restructure
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Leeds set to face new coronavirus lockdown restrictions from midnight
The council has warned residents what is likely to come
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Jacqueline Jossa loves 'dream' 10pm curfew because she can go home and watch TV
Jacqueline Jossa has admitted she's really fond of the controversial new 10pm closing time for pubs and restaurants because it means she can head home early
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The Play That Goes Wrong to return to London's West End – and risk a loss
Producer of the Olivier award-winning hit says costs can ‘just about be covered’ when it restarts as a socially distanced production – but significant financial risks remainThe hit farce The Play That Goes Wrong will return to the West End in November, and receive a Christmas run at the Theatre Royal in Bath, but its producer acknowledges it is “unlikely to be able to make a profit” by playing to a reduced capacity.The Olivier award-winning show will be back as a socially distanced production at London’s Duchess theatre, its home for the last six years, from 19 November. The costs can “just about be covered” said producer Kenny Wax, and will provide employment for roughly 60 staff across the two productions. But Wax said it still posed a significant financial risk “without a government-backed insurance scheme to cover further business cancellation due to Covid-19”. Until such a scheme is in place, and social distancing is fully lifted for indoor performances (stage five of culture secretary Oliver Dowden’s roadmap to reopen venues), most West End shows and certainly larger-scale musicals will not return a profit. Continue reading...
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Boohoo ignored issues at factories, guilty of 'many failures', review finds
<p>Allegations of low pay and poor working conditions are ‘substantially true’, review finds</p>
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Primary school closes to all year groups after Covid cases
There have been three positive cases, but the school has shut completely
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New lockdown restrictions imposed on Stockport - these are the new rules
The rules covering most of Greater Manchester will now also apply to the borough
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Germany: No probe of column on police that angered minister
German prosecutors say they won’t open an investigation of a newspaper column that disparaged police and infuriated the country’s interior minister
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Charlton takeover: Danish businessman Thomas Sandgaard claims he has bought club in latest twist
<p>Signing off as ‘proud owner of CAFC’, Sandgaard wrote a letter to Charlton fans on social media</p>
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M&S is selling a Percy Pig advent calendar for Christmas 2020 - and it's only £5
M&S shoppers can snap up the supermarket's £5 Percy Pig advent calendar once again
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School hit with £20k energy bill after 'meter under-recorded monthly usage'
'What do they want me to do, make a teacher redundant?'
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Jacqueline Jossa stuns in animal print swimsuit and shows off her 'one-hour tan'
Former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa has taken to her Instagram Story to promote a new tanning product and donned a figure-hugging swimsuit too
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Giant rat wins animal hero award for sniffing out landmines
A rat has for the first time won a British charity’s top civilian award for animal bravery, receiving the honor for searching out unexploded landmines in Cambodia
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Netflix faces call to rethink Liu Cixin adaptation after his Uighur comments
Five US senators have written to question plans to adapt The Three-Body Problem after its author voiced support for China’s mass internments in XinjiangFive Republican US senators have asked Netflix to reconsider its plans to adapt the bestselling Chinese author Liu Cixin’s book The Three-Body Problem, citing Liu’s comments in support of the Chinese government’s treatment of Uighur Muslims.In a letter to Netflix, the senators said they had “significant concerns with Netflix’s decision to do business with an individual who is parroting dangerous CCP propaganda”. The letter cites Liu’s interview with the New Yorker last year, in which the Chinese novelist was asked about the mass internment of Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang. Continue reading...
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Which supermarkets are introducing rationing and why?
<p>Morrisons became the first UK supermarket chain to reinstate rationing this week</p>
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LIVE: Andy Burnham press conference on latest coronavirus situation
Mr Burnham will be joined by his deputy, Beverley Hughes, as well as Sacha Lord, who leads on the night time economy for the mayo
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Revolution bar chain exploring rescue options as curfew restrictions hit
The bar group said it has started looking at options for a rescue plan
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Chris thought Covid was 'bullsh-t' - this is his message from intensive care
'I’m 29 with no underlying health conditions. This is serious s**t. Please please wake up guys'
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New South African airline launches competition to choose its name – and winner gets free flights for a year
<p>‘Help to find a name that is unique, aspirational, and cool,’ says competition website</p>
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Jurgen Klopp explains why Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are so difficult to play against
'I can say a lot of positive things about Arsenal.'
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Symptom app shows UK at 16,000 coronavirus cases a day after 'alarming' surges
The Covid Symptom Study app has suggested there are far more people catching the coronavirus in the UK each day than the Department for Health's official testing figures suggest
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Love Island 2020 stars' incredible transformations seven months on from the show
It's safe to say that each of the contestants' lives were changed after their stint on the show - both physically and financially
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NHS nurse stranded in Turkey and banned from Tui flight home after her daughter took her mask off
Charlotte Snook, an A&E nurse in North Lincolnshire, says her holiday to Marmaris, Turkey, has been ruined after Tui banned her from flying home after her daughter removed a mask.
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Meghan Markle and Harry 'beneficial to Britain' - taxpayer funds spent on them 'worth it'
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry have faced criticism after it was revealed they carried out the most expensive trip of any royals last year. One royal commentator has lept to their defence claiming taxpayer money spent on the tour was "beneficial to Britain."
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Carole Baskin’s husband shuts down Loose Women stars over Donald Trump’s Joe Exotic pardon claims
Awkward.
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Julian Assange lawyer says Trump election victory will be bad for WikiLeaks founder
<p>Edward Fitzgerald also says Assange will suffer if sent to US - regardless of who wins November election</p>
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Two thirds of Brits believe Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should have royal titles taken away
The study for Tatler magazine also showed that 35 per cent of respondents concurred that the Duchess of Sussex, 39, 'wants to be president of the United States one day'.
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People told they ‘aren’t allowed to leave’ as Cardiff and Swansea go into lockdown
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Jurgen Klopp gives verdict on Mikel Arteta ahead of Liverpool v Arsenal clash
The Reds take on the Gunners on Monday evening with both teams having won their two opening Premier League games of the season
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Songs about sewage and space travel? It's prog-folk band Hen Ogledd
Richard Dawson’s ‘wonky’ pop quartet are influenced by Billie Eilish, cats and 12th-century composer Hildegard von BingenIt is about halfway through our video chat that Trouble turns up. While Hen Ogledd officially comprise Dawn Bothwell, Rhodri Davies, Richard Dawson and Sally Pilkington, today it also includes the latter couple’s excellently named cat. Trouble, “with a capital T”, as the wildly catchy chorus of their recent single goes, is as playfully unwieldy as the group. Although we are here to chat about new album Free Humans – a joyous constellation of “wonky” pop, free improvisation and sci-fi musing – it’s hard to stay focused. “Sorry,” says Dawson at one point, “I’m a bit distracted by the cat arsehole in my face!”Dawson formed Hen Ogledd with Davies as a cathartically noisy improvisation duo in 2012, around the time that his own solo work was starting to reach a rapidly growing audience, leading to a string of acclaimed albums including last year’s opus, 2020. Meanwhile, Hen Ogledd expanded to include Bothwell for 2016’s Bronze, before Pilkington cemented the current lineup with 2018’s Mogic, their first on Domino Records. Continue reading...
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‘I miss the buzz of an office. Wearing something cheerful perks me up’: the rise of the domestic goddess 2.0
With workplaces shut and party season a distant memory, take inspiration from the new alpha homebodiesTurns out the fashion legacy of coronavirus doesn’t begin and end with a tracksuit. Enter the new style icon: the alpha homebody. Think power-dressing for the era of WFH, fabulousness for a party season without parties, status-signalling for an age that values home, health and core relationships above all else. In 2020, when working from home extends to CEOs and you don’t have to commute to be going places, the domestic goddess is staging a comeback.You might find the domestic goddess 2.0 in the kitchen, but she’ll be on her laptop at the table (or post 6pm, knocking up cocktails) rather than baking cupcakes. She is Gwyneth Paltrow running a media empire from home, wearing a ketchup-red designer sundress but no mascara. She is Chrissy Teigen, taking down President Trump on Twitter while hanging out in a silk robe. She is Sophie Ellis-Bextor live-streaming a kitchen disco to her 264,000-plus Instagram followers with an 18-month-old crawling around her feet. Her home is her castle, but she is a powerhouse, not a potterer. The new domestic goddess is too busy curating her Zoom backdrop to grow roses around the front door. Continue reading...
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Manzil and Irish Heritage Centre sanctioned for breaking Covid restriction rules
Council inspectors found 'no social distancing' at events in both venues
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Justice Department seeks immediate ban on WeChat in US
The Justice Department is seeking an immediate ban on downloads of WeChat in Apple and Google app stores, saying the Chinese-owned messaging service is a threat to the security of the United States
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Almost 800,000 in Leeds plunged back into lockdown from midnight
Putting Leeds into lockdown takes the number of people living under local restrictions to 16.2 million across the UK.
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Cardiff and Swansea to go into local lockdown on Sunday after rise in infections
The Welsh Government has said the two big city council areas will be subject to local lockdowns which will begin at at 6pm on Sunday, September 27
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