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Couples who argue regularly are 'ten times more likely to have a good relationship', study suggests
Study lead author Professor Amy Rauer, of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, explained that arguing really could be the key to a happy marriage.
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Willian speaks out on penalty row with Ross Barkley during Valencia defeat
The Brazilian was keen to take the spot-kick himself. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Family are left heartbroken after two sisters die from strokes within 24 hours of each other
Amanda Williams, 54, collapsed in the street in Leicester while planning to travel to Ingolstadt to be at the bedside of her dying sister Jacqueline, 57, who suffered a stroke on September 5.
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Virgin Atlantic unveils proposals to fly from Manchester Airport to Heathrow
The airline said a planned new network of 84 routes depended on 'slot allocation' at Heathrow's new third runway when it opens
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Bake Off’s Paul Hollywood follows actress Bria Vinaite on the gram as he moves on from Summer Monteys-Fullam
They split last month. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau teases unconventional Emmy Awards prep ahead of the Game of Thrones reunion we’ve been waiting for
If it works for Nikolaj Coster-Waldau it's good for us. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Brexit: Juncker says risk of no deal 'palpable' as MEPs debate UK's departure from EU - live news
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including day two of the supreme court hearing to decide if Boris Johnson’s five-week suspension of parliament was lawful 9.05am BST These are from my colleague Jennifer Rankin.Masses of empty seats as Brexit debate in the European Parliament begins.Brexit party out in force, cheering, when Brexit mentioned. European parliament Brexit debate is a bit of a Punch and Judy show. Jeering and heckling from the Brexit Party. Applause from UK remainers and other MEPs.Note also how Guy Verhofstadt uses French pronunciation of Eurosceptics - Euroseptics. 9.00am BST The European parliament debate was opened by the Finnish European affairs minister Tytti Tuppurainen. She was there to represent the European council, because Finland holds the EU presidency.She said the EU was facing a “rather bleak situation”. She went on:In July the UK got a new government and a new prime minister. Unfortunately it is increasingly clear that it has not helped to clarify the situation or the UK’s negotiating position. When it comes to the most difficult questions - such as the Irish border - the UK has not tabled any new concrete proposals yet.We are faced with more, rather than less, uncertainty. Continue reading...
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Brexit: Stop 'pretending' to negotiate, EU's Michel Barnier tells Boris Johnson
Concerns UK not serious about talks
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Hollyoaks spoilers: Stuart hatches a shocking plan in the wake of the terrorist attack
There is more torment to come in Hollyoaks. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Life after Syria: the migrants' tale – a photo essay
More than 3.5 million Syrian refugees now live in Turkey as a result of a conflict that has raged since 2011. Many take to the seas off Turkey to make the short but perilous trip to GreeceWith migrants only allowed one backpack each on the smugglers’ boats that carry them from Turkey to Greece, Ahmed, his wife, Hanin, and her family packed a few possessions and sent the rest of their belongings to friends. Then they waited.It should have been the defining moment of a journey that began as Syria’s conflict escalated, forcing two Palestinian families to flee their homes in the suburbs of the capital, Damascus. Hanin and her family left in 2014, and Ahmed two years later for Turkey, where they were introduced in the winter of 2017. Continue reading...
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The Big Bang Theory is heading to HBO Max in billion dollar deal as TV streaming war heats up
It follows a number of landmark deals for Friends, Seinfeld and The Office. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Why Mason Greenwood impact is no surprise to Manchester United youth teammate
Man Utd youngster Mason Greenwood has made a massive impact on the first-team but it is no surprise to his teammate in the youth team.
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Man City cannot afford another terrible Champions League start
Pep Guardiola's team was on the back-foot right from the off in the group - and it affected their season.
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Market precinct to be demolished as Farnworth regeneration plans take a major step forward
Plans to demolish the run down building were submitted earlier this month
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Verhofstadt MOCKS Brexit Party: 'Westminster is the Soviet Union NOT Brussels'
GUY VERHOFSTADT mocked The Brexit Party in European Parliament on Wednesday as he compared Westminister to the Soviet Union.
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Businessman, 39, ran into a steward with his Porsche
Justin Lindesay, 39, had been attempting to drive his £50,000 Cayenne off the driveway but found the road outside closed due to an annual 'Whit Friday' procession, in Mossley, near Oldham.
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Firefighters overturn their truck as they rush to tackle burning car at demonstration for students 
The demonstration was taking place in a parking lot at Jozsef Attila promenade in Vác, Hungary. Students looked on and screamed as the truck veered out of control.
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Waterloo death: Engineer killed working on walkway
British Transport Police are investigating the engineer's death which is not thought to be suspicious.
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Elon Musk hired sleuth to investigate British caver fearing he could be 'another Jeffrey Epstein'
The Tesla boss' new remarks are part of a motion filed in a California court on Monday, describing why he believes his claims against Vernon Unsworth are not defamatory.
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Brexit Supreme Court case live updates as Boris Johnson accused of 'abuse of power'
The Supreme Court is deciding if Boris Johnson acted unlawfully by suspending Parliament - in a case that could radically change the course of the country
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GMB viewers praise Jofra Archer for slamming insensitive report into Ben Stokes' private life
England bowler Jofra Archer defended his teammate Ben Stokes and insisted the line had been crossed
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Jean-Claude Juncker trolls UK saying the EU parliament is 'open and in action'
Jean-Claude Juncker told MEPs that talks with Boris Johnson this week had been 'friendly', but he warned he could not 'look you in the eye and tell you progress has been achieved'.
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'Amazing' ancient seabird fossil found in New Zealand sparks rethink of bird's evolution
Canterbury Museum says find overturns presumption pelagornithids evolved in northern hemisphereThe discovery of a toothed seabird fossil north of Christchurch is forcing scientists to rethink theories of the bird’s evolution.A fossil of a protodontopteryx, believed to have lived 62 million years ago, was found at the Waipara Greensand site on New Zealand’s South Island last year. Continue reading...
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Conor McGregor hits out at Dustin Poirier ahead of UFC return
McGregor has not fought since he was choked out by Khabib Nurmagomedov last October
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Who has been eliminated from The Great British Bake Off so far?
The numbers are dwindling. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Strictly's Dianne Buswell says unhealthy quest for perfect figure landed her in hospital
The Aussie dancer has revealed her heartbreaking struggle with her weight left her with anaemia
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Borussia Dortmund chief asked how close Jadon Sancho came to joining Manchester United
Man Utd were interested in signing England international Jadon Sancho and Michael Zorc was asked how close he came to signing in the summer.
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Gambling addiction: Mum's hopes for new Leeds NHS service
Kay Wadsworth spoke out as a new gambling clinic opens to help people with the most serious problems.
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Brexiteers ERUPT in boos as Weber mocks Britain 'Jobs and business are leaving UK'
MANFRED WEBER was heckled and shouted down by Brexiteers after claiming businesses would be decimated and jobs would be lost after Britain leaves the European Union.
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Engineer dies while working on travelator at Waterloo station
Transport for London (TfL) says man died at station on Wednesday morningA man has died at Waterloo station while working on a moving walkway.Transport for London (TfL) said the engineer died at the station on Wednesday morning. Continue reading...
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Paul Hollywood moves on from ex by following actress, 26, on Instragram who loves to bake
Lithuanian actress Bria Vinaite, 26, has developed a taste for cakes since Great British Bake Off judge started liking her posts
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Mum slams school after claiming daughter, 14, was excluded 'for being too hot'
Kelly Shann says Summer Burkitt was given a day exclusion after she took her blazer off at Sirus Academy North in Hull
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Pregnant bride dies from stroke minutes before reaching the altar in Brazil
Nurse Jessica Guedes was six months pregnant and apparently healthy when she began to feel ill while in the limo on the way to the church for her wedding in São Paulo. She later died of a stroke.
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Chrissy Teigen's horror as she realises she's posted personal details to Twitter
The model regularly tweets to her 11 million followers but there are somethings she does not want them to see...
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NBA 2K20 review – a slam dunk spoiled by microtransactions
It's one of the best sports games ever made but its gambling and microtransactions are the worst - so where does that leave NBA 2K20? News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
5,000 boozy students drink, party and collapse on streets
Thousands of teenagers beginning their studies at the University of Portsmouth partied into the early hours at six bars and clubs around the city on the biggest event of the week, the 'Big Night Out'.
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No-deal Brexit risk 'palpable' as EU's Juncker demands Boris Johnson show a plan
The EU's Jean-Claude Juncker appeared to soften his language over the Irish backstop - but he said it's up to Boris Johnson to break the deadlock and time is running out
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Zayn Malik's youngest sister Safaa has got married aged 17
Zayn Malik's youngest sister Safaa has got married just three days after turning 17.
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North Korea could have up to 40 nuclear weapons by the end of the year
Kim Jong-un will likely have 40 nukes by 2020, researchers from Sweden say, around a dozen more than this time last year - meaning he has continued to build them despite talks with the US.
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Polish people in UK get Brexit letter telling them to ‘come home’
'I encourage you to seriously consider the possibility of returning to your homeland.' News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
A month's stay in London's most expensive luxury homes could set you back as much as £260,00 a MONTH
An glimpse at how the other half live shows how a month's stay in a luxury Mayfair penthouse could set you back £260,000 per month - enough to buy you a three-bedroom home in Southampton.
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Boris Johnson to defend suspending parliament at Supreme Court today
Lawyers for the prime minister will argue his advice to the Queen was lawful. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
‘Did you see the game?’ – Jurgen Klopp rages at reporter after Napoli defeat
'Don't look for reasons where no reasons are.' News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
'It's not enough from UK' Ireland risks safety of the whole EU, warns Michel Barnier
MICHEL BARNIER lamented the lack of proposals from the UK Government for alternative solutions to the Irish backstop included in the Brexit deal as he claimed Ireland would pose a big "risk" to the European Union.
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Mixed Up: ‘Being mixed-race is like being a fly on the wall – it’s crazy what people feel comfortable saying’
Rob is half Trinidadian. He taught himself about his heritage after becoming frustrated with the lack of black history in schools. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
UK's best sea view photography competition 2019
National maritime charity, the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, has revealed the eagerly awaited results of its seventh annual photography competition, showcasing images relating to all aspects of the UK’s historic relationship with the sea.Having reviewed more than 800 fantastic entries, the judges decided to award Laurence Hartwell the prize for overall winner for 2019, with his entry ‘Landing Mackerel’ Continue reading...
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Dorothy Byrne on calling Boris Johnson a liar: ‘Nobody has said that isn’t true’
Channel 4’s head of news caused a storm with her extraordinarily frank MacTaggart lecture. She talks about sexism, ageism – and the surprising way she was trained to speak outWhen Dorothy Byrne described Boris Johnson as “a known liar” and compared his media strategy to Vladimir Putin’s, she must have known she would get into a dispute with Downing Street. “Oh, I’m never in a dispute with anybody,” she answers with a speed that seems almost combative. “People can have a dispute with me. But I don’t have disputes with other people.” This sounds like the beginning of a dispute in itself, but perhaps she thinks I am having one with her.Byrne, the head of news and current affairs at Channel 4, made headlines herself last month when the prime minister’s office cancelled an interview with one of her teams following her outspoken comments during Edinburgh television festival’s annual MacTaggart lecture. According to the editor of Channel 4 News, Ben de Pear, a team of journalists was invited to Biarritz to interview Johnson during the G7 summit – only to find access denied. Continue reading...
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