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Snooki quits Jersey Shore after decade on show amid ‘death threats’
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Joseph McCann: Police arrested wrong suspect as serial rapist continued kidnapping spree
'It weighs heavily on each an every one of our minds about if there could have been anything done better,' investigator says
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Labour complains to BBC over 'biased' election coverage
Letter accuses broadcaster of showing 'harsher scrutiny' towards party
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Top UK diplomat in the US quits just before election with a blast at Boris Johnson over Brexit
Alexandra Hall Hall, the embassy's 'Brexit counsellor', ended her 33-year foreign service career this week, saying she was not willing to 'peddle half-truths on behalf of a government I do not trust'.
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Where are all the plus size men in magazines and adverts?
If all we see are hairless, six foot, Baywatch bodies in our magazines and adverts, the public will be misled into thinking anything else is abnormal. 
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Points Guy UK reviews economy on BA, Virgin, American, United and Norwegian between NYC and London
The fliers, who all work for The Points Guy UK, boarded flights operated by British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, United Airlines, American Airlines and Norwegian - and filmed their experiences.
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Aristocrat, 73, is forced to shell out more than £5,000 after bailiffs turned up at his estate
Sheriffs turned up at Sir Benjamin Slade's Maunsel House, near Taunton, Somerset to collect money on behalf of a wedding planner. They left with £5,599 after staff stalled proceedings.
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Strictly Come Dancing’s Claudia Winkleman and Samantha Morton honoured at Women in TV and Film Awards
It was a star-studded awards show.
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Pop goes the bubble: what are the biggest election issues on Facebook?
From Corbynista memes to posts by Rees-Mogg fans, we dissect the biggest campaign debatesSocial media is often criticised for allowing people to see only their side of the argument, and nowhere are these filter bubbles more pronounced than in Facebook groups. Here like-minded people discuss issues close to their hearts and vent openly about those on the other side of the political spectrum.Many of these groups have tens of thousands of followers and an extremely high number of interactions on their discussion pages, with members sometimes contributing hundreds of posts, videos and links each day. Continue reading...
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Mother creates a Disney-themed room complete for her daughter
Ami Watts, from Birmingham, took to the Facebook group DIY On A Budget to share the Disney-themed hideout she created for her daughter, with its own doorbell and desk.
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Baby P's mother should not be freed, says Parole Board
Tracey Connelly, whose child died after months of abuse, should not be released from prison, board saysTracey Connelly, the mother of Baby P, the child who died after months of abuse, should not be freed from jail or moved to an open prison, the Parole Board has decided.More details soon … Continue reading...
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London stabbings: England footballer Jadon Sancho leads tributes to drill rapper killed in Deptford knife attack
England footballer Jadon Sancho has led tributes to a drill rapper who was one of three men stabbed to death in 12 hours of bloodshed in the capital .
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Poundland just won Christmas battle with a VERY rude chocolate finger tweet
This quite literally takes the biscuit...
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Real Madrid XI vs Espanyol: Confirmed team news, predicted lineup and latest injuries for LaLiga clash
Eden Hazard, Gareth Bale and Marcelo are all out injured as Real Madrid host Espanyol in La Liga at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.
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Australia opener David Warner should have targeted my world record, says West Indies legend Brian Lara
'I actually felt it was destiny'
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Prosecutors pay tribute victims of Joseph McCann
McCann kept the women and children he snatched from the streets locked in his car for hours while raping others while holding them at knifepoint in their own homes.
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Dolphin repeatedly rams its head against side of its tank at 'Singapore aquarium'
Footage of the allegedly distressed animal captured at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) S.E.A. Aquarium in Sentosa Island emerged on social media. An animal charity said posted the clip on Facebook.
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The great Christmas tree debate: Are real or fake firs better for the environment?
It is an evergreen dilemma
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Man City boss Pep Guardiola says there has been no approach for Mikel Arteta amid Arsenal links
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says the club have not received any approaches for assistant coach Mikel Arteta, amid speculation linking him with the vacant Arsenal job.
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Hitachi signs £350m deal to supply Avanti West Coast trains
British-built InterCity trains will supplement older models operated by First TrenitaliaBritish-built trains will supplement the refurbished Pendolinos on the new Avanti West Coast service, after the rail operator First Trenitalia announced a £350m contract with Hitachi Rail.The manufacturer will supply and maintain 10 electric and 13 bi-mode InterCity trains from its County Durham assembly plant. Continue reading...
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Judge rules against woman in custody battle 'saying she was not raped because she did not fight back'
'The learned judge was wrong in impermissibly allowing his outdated views on sexual assault, and likely victim responses to this, to influence his findings and conclusions,' claims barrister
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Middle-aged woman beats up schoolgirl on pavement after brawl erupts
The altercation, which took place on Eccleshall Hall in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, involved a group of schoolchildren and an adult couple
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Opec agrees oil production cut to help prop up prices
Cartel to axe a further 500,000 barrels a day to prevent supply glut amid faltering global economyOpec and its allies have agreed to cut an extra 500,000 barrels of oil a day from the global oil market next year to help prop up oil market prices amid fears of an economic slowdown.The oil alliance agreed at a meeting in Vienna to deepen its production cuts after reigning in output for the last three years to prevent an oversupply of crude from dragging down oil prices. Continue reading...
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Dancer is shot in the face at a wedding in India after she stopped for a break
A 22-year-old dancer, named only as Hina, was shot in the face at a wedding in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, on Saturday after she stopped dancing between songs.
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TUI accused of 'ruining Christmas for hundreds of children' after Lapland 'chaos'
Furious parents paid over £2,000 for their kids to meet Santa but many were left in tears after claims the travel company overbooked the pricey trip to Rovaniemi, Finland
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Don't mess with a honey badger! Smaller animal ends up on top as it fights off jackal
Elisabeth Ann Moss, 74, captured the images while visiting the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa. A fearless honey badger holds its own during a vicious tug of war that lasts 30 minutes.
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Brian Reade: If you want to carry on being battered, go ahead... vote Tory
The most baffling sound for me has been hearing working-class people say they’d like to vote Labour but their spending plans are so outrageous they could leave the country skint
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When should you put up your Christmas tree and why do we have trees in our home in December?
The festive season is upon us.
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Monday night drinks and mince pies for breakfast: How to survive the social marathon of Christmas
It's the most wonderful time of year - and also the most exhausting. Olivia Petter looks at how we can all fight seasonal burnout this Christmas
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Jumanji director worried for Kevin Hart over life-threatening car crash: ‘I adore that man’
'I was enormously worried.'
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Corporal sacked from British army after £15,000 flight fraud
Corporal Audrey Urbina, pictured, was today dismissed from the British Army and ordered to serve nine months detention after she was found guilty of fraud at a military tribunal in Wiltshire.
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The Fiver | Yes, it’s Middlesbrough v Charlton! Or Woodgate v Bowyer
Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now!It’s the big one this weekend, folks. The one you’ve all been waiting for. A footballing duel like no other. Yes, it’s Middlesbrough v Charlton! Or Woodgate v Bowyer, if you’re wondering why The Fiver is bothering to get the weekend started by previewing 20th v 17th in the Championship instead of the Manchester derby. You see, the former Nasty Leeds players have a history and back when The Fiver was listening to the Strokes and pretending we had a future, we’d have bet all our Tin money on the former nightspot-bothering teammates not making it into management. Continue reading...
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Top UK diplomat 'quits with tirade at government's "half-truths" over Brexit'
Alexandra Hall Hall condemned leaders' lack of honesty and 'misleading or disingenuous arguments' according to CNN, which reports it has obtained the diplomat's resignation letter
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Natalie Nunn 'dumped' by husband amid Dan Osborne threesome claims
The US reality star has reportedly been dumped by her husband of seven years after Chloe Ayling claimed they had a threesome with Dan Osborne
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Labour has a strong economic plan. But it still has to shift voters’ faith in austerity | Larry Elliott
It makes sense to borrow when interest rates are low. Yet much of the public is still attached to the slogans of 2010A lost decade for the British economy is coming to a suitably downbeat end. The latest snapshots of business activity point to stagnant growth in the final three months of the year and it could be even worse than that. If the economy decides elections, the Conservatives should be heading for a thumping defeat next week. They have been in power for nine years, their record is unimpressive, confidence is low, and they are offering little in the way of tax cuts and spending increases.In the circumstances, the idea that the Conservatives might win seats next week rather than suffer a heavy defeat takes some explaining. Continue reading...
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Liam Payne on Maya Henry: It's great to date someone who takes my fame in her stride
The former One Direction singer has been dating model Maya since September
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Gas explosion kills five and traps multiple people on roof of burning building in Slovakia
Firefighters say apartment block is in danger of collapse
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Police officer who stoned wombat to death escapes punishment
Investigation into South Australian Police officer Waylon Johncock found 'no reasonable prospect of conviction', despite widespread condemnation
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Locals say petrol station is plagued with rows, abuse and vandalism...it's now allowed to serve alcohol 24 hours a day
Alkrington Service Station in Middleton has been granted a premises licence
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North Korea plans to open up to foreign visitors for medical tourism
Chinese tourists expected to flock for traditional treatments
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How Manchester United player Fred can prove Michael Owen wrong in the Manchester derby
Man Utd player Fred has impressed in recent games in midfield and is set to start the Manchester derby this weekend.
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'I spent nights on buses, now I'm on stage at concert for homeless'
A young musician who spent nights sleeping on London buses as a homeless teenager is to get a break performing in front of thousands at our charity sleep-out in Trafalgar Square.
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The pictures that chart 30 years of Manchester's rave scene
Jack Dulhanty previews Sweet Harmony, an exhibition celebrating the Madchester scene and its legacy
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Tommy Lee writes letter to Greek government urging them to ban donkey riding in Santorini
PETA has made fresh calls for the Greek government to stop using donkeys and mules 'to lug tourists up steep hills on Santorini', in a campaign backed by Athens-born drummer Tommy Lee.
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