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Jeremy Corbyn allies tout Rebecca Long-Bailey as next leader
John McDonnell lavished praise on shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey (pictured), while she was also endorsed by fellow frontbencher Richard Burgon.
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Joleon Lescott accuses Duncan Ferguson of lying over reason to sub Moise Kean against Manchester United
'For me it's the wrong call.'
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How Royal drama, foreign diplomacy rows and climate change protests dominated headlines in 2019
Ongoing Royal drama, foreign diplomacy rows and Extinction Rebellion protests dominated the headlines in 2019 before Boris Johnson's dominating election victory to end the year.
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Strictly Come Dancing: Final draws 11.3 million viewers
The show saw Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher lift the trophy and was Saturday's most watched programme.
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Love Island’s Maura Higgins continues fueling rumours she’s taking over from Caroline Flack after assault arrest
Fans are convinced she'll present the new series.
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Woman with narcolepsy accidentally orders air horns and prom dresses because she shops in her sleep
'A package came to the bakery and when I opened it, it was a prom dress. I'm 27 years old and definitely wasn't going to prom.'
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'I ran Jeremy Corbyn's leadership bid - but we must now be honest with ourselves'
Simon Fletcher ran the Labour chief's first leadership campaign in 2015 - and desperately wanted him to be Prime Minister. But he says Jeremy Corbyn's poor poll ratings among some voters were undeniable
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Man shot dead by gunmen in Argentina named as British businessman Matthew Gibbard
A man who was shot dead by gun-wielding robbers on a motorbike has been named as Matthew Gibbard.
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Jan Vertonghen's late strike leaves Wolves feeling mugged as Tottenham land Molineux win
WOLVES 1-2 TOTTENHAM: Jose Mourinho's side snatched a late win in the West Midlands, on a day when they struggled to deal with their hosts
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Mum with Parkinson’s Disease ‘forced to crawl on floor’ after care was cut
'They don't want to help me and I feel let down. I don't eat. I have to go to the toilet on my hands and knees. I don't know what else to do.'
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US-China trade deal 'totally done', Trump aide Lighthizer says
Robert Lighthizer predicts near-doubling of US exportsImpeachment: Democrats fume as Republicans rally The “phase one” US-China trade deal reached on Friday is “totally done” despite the need for translation and will nearly double US exports to China over the next two years, US trade representative Robert Lighthizer said on Sunday. Related: 'Amazing deal' or 'capitulation'? Why the US-China trade truce may not last Continue reading...
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Nuns take on BlackRock over climate emergency
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas singles out fund over its investmentsAn investment fund representing 9,000 nuns hascriticised multitrillion-dollar investment group BlackRock for failing to combat the climate crisis.The Sisters of Mercy of the Americas called on the world’s largest asset manager, which has $7tn (£5.25tn) of assets, to use its clout to coax companies into moving faster to reduce emissions. Continue reading...
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Her Majesty's Household Cavalry arrive in West London
Her Majesty's Household Cavalry paraded through West London today ahead of its Musical Ride at the London International Horse Show, which begins tomorrow and runs until December 22nd.
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Kindle Kids Edition reduced by £30 in Amazon's Last Minute Christmas Deals
Whether your child loves to read, or if you're trying to encourage your little one to pick up a book more often, the Kindle Kids Edition might be the ideal gift for young readers this Christmas.
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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard reacts to Alfredo Morelos’ red card for offensive gesture
Morelos aimed a gesture at Motherwell fans after his goal for Rangers.
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Arsenal vs Man City removed from TV schedule by Chinese state broadcaster after Mesut Ozil criticism
Sunday's Premier League clash between Arsenal and Manchester City will no longer be shown by Chinese state broadcaster CCTV following comments made by Gunners midfielder Mesut Ozil.
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Irish suspected ISIS bride Lisa Smith, 38, spends 20 hours a day locked in her cell
Lisa Smith, 38, was charged with ISIS membership earlier this month in Dublin. She reportedly wears a black traditional abaya robe in her cell where she spends 20 hours a day.
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Normal service resumes as Manchester United come up short in draw against Everton
Manchester United 1-1 Everton: Mason Greenwood salvaged a point for the hosts but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men were far from their best
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UK supreme court to hear case of woman seeking US surrogacy costs
Woman was awarded damages after hospital failed to detect signs of cervical cancerA long-running legal battle over whether the NHS should pay for a woman to have surrogate children in America after failing to spot her cervical cancer is due to be heard by the UK’s highest court.Whittington Hospital NHS trust has admitted negligently failing to detect signs of cancer for more than four years, which led to the woman – known only as XX for legal reasons – developing highly invasive cancer that required chemo-radiotherapy treatment, leaving her infertile at the age of 29. Continue reading...
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Duncan Ferguson explains Moise Kean substitution in Everton's draw at Man Utd
The Italian was introduced as a 70th minute substitute for Bernard, but after just nine touches of the ball he was then replaced by Oumar Niasse 19 minutes later
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Baby P's vile mother Tracey Connolly 'oggles fellow women prisoners in the gym'
Tracey Connolly, 38, (pictured) piled on the pounds at Low Newton prison in County Durham and now works out three times a week.
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Tottenham's smash-and-grab win at Wolves evidence of the Jose Mourinho effect
Barometer of progress under Mourinho
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Girl, 17, died from ‘kissing disease’ after doctors failed to spot it
She underwent numerous tests but doctors could not pinpoint what was wrong.
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Boris Johnson threatens BBC with two-pronged attack
No 10 boycotts Today programme and considers decriminalising non-payment of licence feeDowning Street is threatening the future of the BBC by insisting it is seriously considering decriminalising non-payment of the licence fee, while boycotting Radio 4’s Today programme over the broadcaster’s supposed anti-Tory bias.No 10 pulled ministers from Saturday’s edition of the Today programme with sources saying it intends to “withdraw engagement” from the show in future. Continue reading...
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Sacha Baron Cohen is actually kind of ripped as Isla Fisher fawns over topless star working out
Chelsea Handler is pretty impressed.
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Hacker tells homeowner he's been spying on his intimate moments through Ring camera
A Ring camera hacker is heard bragging to Florida homeowner, Joshua Koop, about seeing intimate acts between him and his partner before taunting a cop who arrived to the scene.
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Simmonds brothers on song for rampaging Exeter in thrashing of Sale
• Exeter 35-10 Sale• Chiefs on verge of qualifying for last eight of Champions CupExeter moved to within a point of reaching the Champions Cup quarter-finals after beating Sale Sharks 35-10 at Sandy Park.The Chiefs preserved their 100 per cent record in Pool Two with a fourth successive victory after brothers Sam and Joe Simmonds cut loose. Continue reading...
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Moment a Tube passenger screams 'f***ing dirty Muslim'
The appalling incident is believed to have taken place at Morden tube station in south London on December 13 during the rush hour commute home.
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Mesut Ozil embroiled in row after criticism of China's treatment of Muslims
Arsenal's match with Man City has now been pulled from television in China following Ozil's comments which the club have been forced to distance themselves from
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Housing bosses ban families from hanging Christmas wreaths on their front doors
Radian Homes has been accused of 'killing the spirit of Christmas' after introducing a ban on wreaths for thousands of families in Southampton, Hampshire, as they could 'impede evacuation'.
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Mason Greenwood equaliser rescues Manchester United against Everton
Manchester United’s bid to claim a third consecutive Premier League win for the first time since January foundered on a lack of ruthlessness in front of goal.After the high-octane victories over Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side were sloppy and profligate. Everton came to be dogged and if not for a cool-eyed finish by 18-year-old Mason Greenwood in the 77th minute Duncan Ferguson’s team would have won. Continue reading...
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New Tory MP accused of misleading public after post about being a nurse quietly edited
Ian Levy, the new MP for Blyth Valley, is facing questions over a Facebook post that originally said he was an "NHS nurse" and has now been updated to call him a "nursing assistant"
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We can't fight fake news without saving local journalism
Local news is often trusted more than national news but it is highly vulnerable to online disinformationOne of the very few heroes of the UK election campaign is James Mitchinson, editor of the Yorkshire Post. Mitchinson’s email to a reader who would not believe a (true) story about a sick child left to wait on the floor of a Leeds hospital is a model of both public service journalism and how to debunk a lie. “Whatever you do, do not believe a stranger on social media who disappears into the night.” The email is an open letter to all readers now and you can read it on The Yorkshire Post’s websiteIf you do visit the page on The Yorkshire Post, you will find Mitchinson’s measured words about how his journalists check stories and how the fabric of the lie spread initially on Facebook came apart under scrutiny. If you scroll further you will also come to components of the page which contain both other legitimate stories from the Post and headlines from an automated advertising service called Taboola. The Taboola headlines are not giving readers useful information, but rather startling prompts such as : ‘Angelina Jolie’s Daughter Used to Be Adorable, But Now She Looks Insane’. Scroll further and you will come to the reader comments on the piece which are hosted by Facebook itself. Within the comments there are dozens of readers who talk straight past Mitchinson’s reason with their own conspiracy theories: ‘I don’t know who is telling the truth here’, starts the very first comment on the thread ‘...but I do know if my child was so ill, taking a picture of it and sending it to a newspaper would be the last thing on my mind.’ Continue reading...
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Girl, 8, who planned own funeral after cancer mistaken for 'growing pains' dies
Darcy McGuire, from Fife, Scotland, sadly passed away this morning after her family wee given the devastating news that she has rare chordoma in January after four agonising years
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Marathon United Nations climate talks end without key deal on carbon markets
The longest United Nations climate talks on record have ended with negotiators postponing a key decision on global carbon markets.
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From the NHS to Brexit: what can we expect from Johnson's government?
Our specialists look into series of pre-election pledges, from health to education and media policyBoris Johnson made a raft of promises and comments indicating future policy during the election campaign. Our specialists take a look at what we can now expect from the government on key policy areas. Continue reading...
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Manchester United know their transfer priority after Everton draw
Man Utd suffered a setback against Everton after two superb wins in the Premier League over Tottenham and Man City.
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Cats’ Rebel Wilson has a picture of herself licking Jason Derulo as she discusses getting into character
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Duncan Ferguson reveals why he subbed Moise Kean after 18 minutes against Manchester United
Kean looked visibly upset with the decision.
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Man Utd 1-1 Everton: Player ratings as Mason Greenwood salvages draw for Red Devils
Teenage starlet Greenwood stepped from the bench to hand the Red Devils a share of the spoils after a first-half Victor Lindelof own goal gave Everton the lead
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Lauren Laverne admits she wants to 'get better' at BBC Four role
Lauren Laverne, 41, told The Sunday Times magazine she wants to 'get better' at her role as host of BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs after criticism about her 'lightweight' interview style.
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How to be hopeful: Jung Chang on the moment she knew Mao’s China would become less brutal
The author reflects on an inspiring photograph taken soon after her parents were released from Mao Zedong’s labour campsIn 1971, Lin Biao, who controlled the Chinese army for Chairman Mao and was his right-hand man in the Cultural Revolution, fell out with his boss and tried to flee to Russia, but his plane crashed in Outer Mongolia and he was killed. Suddenly, Mao had to make concessions to the victims of his purges. My parents, who had been in the camps, came home.They came back separately. When I saw my father I was very sad and happy at the same time. Happy, because I hadn’t seen him for so long; sad, because he had aged tremendously, and had suffered so much, living in isolation in the mountains of Miyi, on the edge of the Himalayas in south-west China, for three and a half years. Continue reading...
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Toni Morrison remembered by Walter Mosley
18 February 1931 - 5 August 2019The US crime writer remembers a literary great whose deep intellect, humanity and moral force inspired a generation of black Americans• Joe Casely-Haye remembered by Chris Ofili• Read the Observer’s obituaries of 2019 in fullToni Morrison and I had that certain kind of friendship common among writers; we saw each other at literary gatherings such as readings, galas and sometimes at special events. So, it was a surprise some 18 years ago when she asked me, along with the poet Rita Dove, to emcee her 70th birthday. I was deeply honoured and had a great time with Rita winnowing down the long introductions that some of the presenters asked for.That was a room filled with love. Everyone, it seemed, was there, from Angela Davis to Oprah Winfrey to the great Igbo novelist Chinua Achebe. The love contained in that room was cast from a material drawn from the soul of suffering, liberation, and gratitude for the great woman’s ability to shine a light on wounds so deep and so old that the victims were barely aware of their infirmities. Continue reading...
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'Short, simple and damning': New York Times backs Trump impeachment in scathing editorial
Influential newspaper accuses president of 'asserting a form of monarchical immunity that Congress cannot let stand'
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