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Elon Musk unveils Tesla ‘Cybertruck’ and nobody knows what to make of it
'Better utility than a truck with more performance than a sports car'
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25 soap spoilers: EastEnders arrest, Coronation Street hostage situation, Emmerdale reveal, Hollyoaks dilemma
All the latest soap spoilers.
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EastEnders spoilers: Callum Highway and Ben Mitchell enjoy some roleplay
There's even a banana involved
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Flames filmed spewing from plane’s engine before it makes emergency landing
The flight had only just taken off when disaster struck.
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Meghan Markle named most powerful celebrity dresser of 2019
Shirt dresses worn by duchess during royal tour led to surge of online searches
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The Victoria’s Secret fashion show is officially cancelled
As in, it's genuinely not happening. Not internet-cancelled.
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The perfumes EVERY woman wants for Christmas
Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle is set to reign supreme in the 2019 UK Christmas perfume market, with sales already outselling the closest rival - YSL Libre - by nearly two to one.
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Floyd Mayweather reveals he is coming out of retirement in 2020 to work with UFC president Dana White
Another exhibition fight on the cards?
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French Montana rushed to hospital after suffering ‘cardiac issues and severe nausea’
The singer is 'awake and alert' in hospital.
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I'm A Celebrity: Kate Garraway is radiant in blue swimsuit as she reflects on missing her children
Kate wore the swimsuit while sat in a circle with her female campmates, Nadine Coyle, Adele Roberts, Caitlyn Jenner and Jacqueline Jossa.
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Leicester transfer news: Foxes do not intend to sell players in January, manager Brendan Rodgers reveals
Rodgers also praised James Maddison as a 'big-game player'
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Mauricio Pochettino leaves tender farewell message to Tottenham players on tactics board
Pochettino's assistant Jesus Perez posted images of the message on Twitter
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Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria reveal devastating miscarriage brought them closer
The couple have had a tough few months.
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Doctor Who promises ‘space for all’ with new season 12 teaser as Jodie Whittaker returns as The Doctor
All steam ahead for series 12!
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveils bizarre cybertruck electric pickup but botches live demo
During the live demonstration, Musk boasted that the truck's body panels are made of 'thick ultra-hard stainless steel' that is 'really hard' and can even stop a 9mm bullet.
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How much Jose Mourinho will be paid if he delivers Tottenham Hotspur top-four finish
Will he pull this off?
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Mason Mount recounts Jose Mourinho advice that will always stay with him
The Chelsea youngster has made a big impression on the pitch this season, but he used to be a regular on the sidelines at Stamford Bridge in Mourinho's days
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Manny Pacquiao responds to Floyd Mayweather coming out of retirement
Mayweather has claimed he will return to the ring in 2020, almost three years after beating Conor McGregor
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Brexit LIVE: Boris SNUBS Brussels demand in huge warning shot to Von der Leyen
BORIS JOHNSON has snubbed Ursula von der Leyen’s final demand to put forward a name for a British European Commission.
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Exclusive: Bolsonaro is turning back the clock on Brazil, says Lula da Silva
The former union leader and two-term president said his mission now was to “battle for democracy”Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has vowed to spearhead opposition to the country’s far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro, warning that his country is backsliding on years of hard fought progress.“Bolsonaro has already made clear what he wants for Brazil: he wants to destroy all of the democratic and social conquests from the last decades,” he told the Guardian. Continue reading...
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Why Manchester City's troubled title defence this weekend enters its most critical phase
City currently have 25 points, the fewest Pep Guardiola has won after the first 12 top-flight league matches of a season
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The Rosewater Redemption by Tade Thompson review – stunning conclusion
Stories of alien invasion are rarely told from the perspective of the formerly colonised – this series set in a future Nigeria expands the SF genre The Rosewater Redemption is the third volume in the Wormwood trilogy by Nigerian-British author Tade Thompson. It concludes a major new work of science fiction, one that mixes and matches familiar tropes with an unfamiliar setting, and in so doing changes their significance.The first volume, Rosewater, won the Arthur C Clarke award earlier this year and is set in a mid-2060s Nigeria. Fifty years earlier, a gigantic alien lifeform dubbed Wormwood crashed into London and sank into the ground. Moving through the Earth’s crust, Wormwood re-emerged in Nigeria, where it unleashed alien animals and bacteria, but also began healing illness and injury. The city that sprang up around this healing spring called itself Rosewater. Continue reading...
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Jeremy Corbyn and Piers Morgan agree on something - you have to register to vote
Millions of young people are still missing from the electoral register - and everyone from Jeremy Corbyn to Piers Morgan is demanding you sign up before the midnight deadline on Tuesday 26 November
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New Zealand vs England: Sam Curran leads the way as bowlers fight back after collapse
England's bowling attack fought back to claim a slight ascendancy in the match after another batting collapse saw England stumble
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The Crown: Imelda Staunton rumoured to replace Olivia Colman as the Queen
The Queen is to be replaced… but only on TV
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Animal rights activist ‘stabbed woman she thought was wearing fur’
Meredith Lowell, 35, has a history of attacking people wearing fur.
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Jose Mourinho dusts off old charm in bid to win over hearts and minds at Tottenham
This feels like a slightly different Mourinho to previous years and his admiration for what Spurs are building is genuine, but only time will tell if he can bring results
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Jose Mourinho reveals ‘special’ text from Manchester United chief Ed Woodward following Tottenham appointment
A classy gesture.
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Robbie Williams vows to take Liam Gallagher down as he calls him a 'school bully'
The pair have since fallen out and continued to have take low blows at each other after becoming friends in the 90s
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Ex-police officer who called Gary Lineker a 'c***' is banned from force
Former West Midlands Police officer Edward Pitt was found guilty of gross misconduct for tweets about the Grenfell Tower fire, the Christchurch terror attack and a horror crash in Birmingham
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Chris Brown becomes a dad again as ex-girlfriend Ammika Harris gives birth
The couple have reportedly welcomed a baby boy.
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Election 2019 LIVE: 'Well done Boris!' Corbyn spitting feathers after debate snub
BORIS JOHNSON has been praised following his refusal not to take part in Channel 4's planned debate between himself and Jeremy Corbyn.
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Bus driver attacked by man armed with a bike and a piece of perspex
The attacker made a stabbing motion with the perspex then used the bike as a battering ram.
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Scott Parker: Sky-high standards and a culture of winning helping to define Fulham's Premier League charge
Scott Parker has promised to create the right culture at Fulham and he is confident the club is on the right track in their bid to return to the Premier League.
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Robbery, assault, dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, criminal damage and heroin, cocaine and cannabis possession... quite the charge sheet
Keano Byrne has been jailed for a catalogue of offences
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Coronation Street spoilers: Michelle Connor plots huge revenge against cheating Robert Preston
She means business.
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Snapchat’s new Time Machine filter will reveal just how dreadful you’ll look in old age
Don't fear the reaper...
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I’m A Celebrity recap: Caitlyn Jenner learns Girls Aloud dance as she apologises for insulting soap stars
We are here for all of this!
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EastEnders spoilers: Jags Panesar in danger from Gray Atkins as he gets close to Chantelle
It became clear several weeks back that Jags knows Chantelle, and he sets about introducing himself — much to Gray's dismay.
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Student who ‘loved the party lifestyle’ died after watching TV with mum
Kameron Chartwell suffered a cardiac arrest in the hallway of his mum's home in Barry, South Wales.
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El Salvador: a nation held hostage – a photo essay
El Salvador is commonly considered the deadliest place in the world that is not a war zone, but it may as well be one. The defence ministry estimates that as many as 500,000 of the country’s 6.5 million people are involved in gangsEl Salvador is commonly considered the deadliest place in the world that is not a war zone, but it may as well be one. The horrific gang culture that has evolved since the end of the 12-year-long civil war in the 1980s is unmatched for its brutality and scale of violence. The defence ministry estimates that in the small country’s 6.5 million population, as many as 500,000 Salvadorans are involved in gangs, either through direct participation or through coercion and extortion by relatives, amounting to 8% of the population. Continue reading...
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British hotels accused of 'lack of effort' on forced labour and sexual exploitation
Government urged to bolster anti-slavery legislation after damning review accuses firms of failure to protect workersThe British government has been urged to strengthen modern slavery legislation after hotels were accused of a “lack of effort” in preventing forced labour and sexual exploitation.In a damning report published this week, human rights group Walk Free said three out of four hotels in the UK failed to comply with basic legal measures intended to protect workers from debt bondage and other forms of modern-day slavery. Continue reading...
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’Tis the season of hangovers – and I’ve found the perfect cure | Hannah Jane Parkinson
Forget IV drips and fancy supplements. An all-day breakfast costs only £5 and is easily accessibleA lot of money and imagination has been expended on finding the perfect hangover cure: IV drips; glutathione supplements; smearing oneself in mint. Anecdotal experience vies with professional advice: “hair of the dog (drinking more alcohol) does not help”, the NHS website states definitively. (I imagine this said with a chastising furrowing of the brow.)Really, we all know the perfect hangover cure. It doesn’t involve anything intravenous, costs £5 and is easily accessible: The Full English Breakfast. Or perhaps more accurately, the All Day Breakfast (affectionately abbreviated to ADB) because any breakfast that isn’t served after 11am is hardly better than useless. What if one only crawled into bed at 9am? Continue reading...
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Homes with shared gardens – in pictures
Mingle with your neighbours at these properties with communal space, from Devon to London Continue reading...
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Fame at last – was this the world's first film star?
He was an influence on Charlie Chaplin and wrote his own movies – so why has Max Linder’s true status in cinema history only just come to light? Time was, according to Norma Desmond, when the cinema didn’t need dialogue, because it had faces. Very famous faces, that are less familiar to us now. And, according to new research, the very first film star face belonged to a French slapstick comedian, who died young in terrible circumstances and then was largely forgotten for decades. Max Linder was a dapper, handsome actor from the early silent era who not only starred in films but also directed, wrote and produced them.Andrew Shail, senior lecturer in film at Newcastle University, has uncovered what appears to be the first film-star marketing: a poster for a Pathé Frères’ film featuring Linder called Le Petit Jeune Homme, released in Europe in September 1909. Whereas Linder had been known on-screen as a first-name-only character called “Max” since 1907’s The Skater’s Debut, this poster uses his full name, and is thus the earliest surviving European evidence of publicity for a regular film performer. The poster was found in the personal collection of Linder’s daughter, Maud, but it took Shail almost a year to date the exact release of the film. After this poster, Linder’s name and image were consistently used to sell his films to the public. “This makes Linder – as far as we can tell – the first film star anywhere,” says Shail. “Pathé Frères’ decision rippled out and changed the way film-makers marketed their wares. The effects of their decision can still be seen on posters and billboards around the world.” Continue reading...
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Trump aide Stephen Miller told Bannon immigration would 'decimate' America
Radio interview from 2016 in which Miller said US could lose its sovereignty reveals further evidence of white nationalist themesThe under-fire White House adviser Stephen Miller said in a 2016 radio interview that immigration could see America lose its sovereignty and be “decimated”, echoing racist and white nationalist themes at the heart of a current scandal that has seen growing demands for him to resign. Related: Stephen Miller is no outlier. White supremacy rules the Republican party | Cas Mudde Continue reading...
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