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Johnson's 'new immigration department' plan could expand hostile environment, experts warn
'The culture of a department is driven partly by its aims and objects, and driving numbers down is quite clearly going to be the focus of this immigration department,' says director of Runnymede Trust
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Katie Price soaks up lap dance as she makes crude joke while judging male stripper auditions
She shouted 'Get your d**k out' to one of the strippers.
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James and Ola Jordan confirm they’re having a baby girl after refusing to raise their child gender neutral
They previously slammed gender neutral parenting as 'ridiculous'.
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Man City maestro Kevin De Bruyne roams Arsenal's home alone in his own stratosphere
Regardless of where he was, De Bruyne drew the attention of multiple Arsenal players. Regardless of their presence, he bent this match to his will
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Pep Guardiola opens the door to Mikel Arteta taking Arsenal job after Manchester City victory
The Spaniard remains the favourite to take over at the Emirates full-time.
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Schoolgirl, eight, dies after doctors mistake her rare bone cancer for 'growing pains'
Darcy McGuire from Fife in Scotland, first became unwell aged three but it took doctors until January this year to diagnose her with chordoma and by then it was too late to treat her.
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Joe Biden gets boost in polls ahead of next Democratic primary debate
Former vice president remains at the top of the pack as candidates prepare for crucial debates
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New Tory MP took part in ‘Bride and Prejudice’ documentary about her age gap love
Dehenna Davison MP, 26, made headlines in 2015 when she announced she was marrying Cllr John Fareham, who is 35 years her senior. 
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‘An independent Scotland becomes a bridge between Europe and the UK ‘, says SNP’s leader in Westminster Ian Blackford 
The SNP's leader in Westminster Ian Blackford joins Matt in the studio.
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Pep Guardiola says Man City played better against Man Utd than Arsenal
Pep Guardiola gave his thoughts on Manchester City's performance against Arsenal a week on from the Man Utd game.
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Vin Diesel sends Deepika Padukone fans into meltdown after teasing return to new Xander Cage film
We're too excited.
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BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2019 – live!
Live updates from this year’s ceremony in AberdeenSports Personality of the Year: our writers on the six contendersFeel free to email Daniel or tweet @DanielHarris your thoughts 7.02pm GMT “Lewis Capaldi” is now singing a song, I’m not sure why. He looks not unlike a slightly older and scruffier Paul Merton. 7.02pm GMT Naturally, we begin with sportsfolk reading prepared lines about the profound nature of things, which I guess is slightly better than the bad pietry I was expecting. Continue reading...
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'Our community was dying out': Yazidis struggle to find an identity in post-Soviet Georgian landscape
Having been dangerously close to losing their presence in Georgian society, Yazidi leaders are coming together to protect the faith, finds Lemma Shehadi in Tbilisi
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Arsenal vs Manchester City result: Hosts left in need of firm hand on another afternoon of malaise
Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City: The moments that spoke of deep malaise came early and often as Arsenal crumbled to defeat with Mikel Arteta watching on in the opposition dugout
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What do the winners of The X Factor: The Band get?
The boys take on the girls - but what's the prize?
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'Profound disconnect between people and politicians': Major decisions deferred as marathon Madrid climate summit grinds to a close
Analysis: After a marathon 48 hours of talks, climate conference ends with little progress made on crucial issues
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X Factor’s Nicole Scherzinger reckons bands like One Direction have had their day
'People are much edgier, a lot more raw.'
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Ben Jennings on the Tory triumph in the north of England – cartoon
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All elections are divisive. For readers, this one was polarising | Paul Chadwick
Even allowing for the fraughtness of an election campaign, reader feedback has been especially high on emotionMostly, complaints to a readers’ editor are limited to their specific circumstances. But sometimes, stepping back, it is possible to discern themes. Scanning complaints from Guardian and Observer readers received before and immediately after the UK election, one theme seems a microcosm of the country: polarisation. One of the more snarly examples: “I feel deeply sickened at this diabolical, wicked, manipulated outcome … I’ve made it a point not to lose friends over politics in the past, even if we have passionately disagreed. That is no longer the case – if you vote Tory, it is personal. You will have voted to f..k up the lives of everyone else, and destroy our future. Do not expect things to ‘return to normal’ after this week’s vote.” All authentic elections are tough, partisan contests. Decisions are nigh, stakes are high. Division and some rancour are expected. But, even allowing for the fact that complainants to news organisations are a self-selecting sample, I detected more anger than usual. In Labour, there was intra-party exasperation, as there has been for the past several years. Continue reading...
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Schools accused of banning hairstyles worn only by black pupils
A growing number of schools are being accused of banning hairstyles worn only by black pupils, which parents complain is unfairly discriminating against their children.
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Children still split up from families at US Mexican border
It was a policy that shocked the world - thousands of children separated from their parents as part of President Trump's anti immigration crackdown at the US Mexican border.
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Corbyn’s failed Brexit strategy sealed Labour’s fate | Caroline Flint
The Tories can now lay claim to be Britain’s party of the working class. Labour now either faces the hard truths or deludes itselfAfter leave-voting Labour seats turned blue – including my own – the party could put aside any postmortem and move straight into a beauty contest, as we did in 2015; or ignore it altogether, as we did in 2017. Or we could rush to pre-prepared excuses. For ardent remainers, it’s all Jeremy and the failed Corbyn project; for diehard Corbynistas, it’s Brexit, Tory lies and the nasty media. Both are in denial. In Don Valley, my constituency, on almost every other door it was either Jeremy, Brexit or both.It’s not unusual in elections to hear voter dislike of our leader, but never on this scale. Voters made quite clear – sometimes brutally – what they thought of our candidate for prime minister. Continue reading...
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Jamie Carragher hits out at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal’s defeat to Manchester City
Do Arsenal fans agree?
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Father Christmas 'attacked in grotto at Tesco store by furious shoplifter'
The shop worker was dressed as Santa Claus inside the store's grotto at the Tesco Deysbroook Barracks Superstore branch in West Derby
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Greta Thunberg in first-class Twitter spat with German rail firm
Deutsche Bahn says activist’s tweet implied she had not been offered a seat on journey homeSwedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has been criticised by a German rail firm for what it said was her implication that she had spent a journey without a seat on an overcrowded train.The teenager tweeted a photograph of herself looking pensively out of the window of her German train on Saturday, writing: “Traveling (sic) on overcrowded trains through Germany. And I’m finally on my way home.” Continue reading...
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Alex Rodda: Tragic Instagram post of 'trusting' teen found 'murdered' in lane
Alex Rodda, 15, wrote that "everything happens for a reason" and urged everyone to "keep going" just weeks before he was allegedly murdered in Ashley, Cheshire
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Mikel Arteta gets front row seat to the Arsenal horror show awaiting him
He must surely be having second thoughts...
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Longest climate talks on record end
They were the longest climate talks on record - but the UN's marathon negotiations in Madrid ended this morning without a deal on the key issue of carbon markets - with delegates opting to leave it until their Glasgow summit next year.
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Arsenal told to put Freddie Ljungberg ‘out of his misery’ by Chris Sutton after Manchester City defeat
'He looks like a rabbit in the headlights!'
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Responsible Child review: Heartbreaking true crime drama questions brutal flaw in UK’s justice system
Billy Barratt manages to carry the gut-punching drama on his shoulders at the age of just 12.
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Jeremy Corbyn 'set to be replaced' by new Labour leader by end of March
The party’s ruling body is now expected to meet on January 6 to agree crucial rules and the timetable for the contest to replace Jeremy Corbyn
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Mesut Ozil boots gloves in frustration after being substituted in Arsenal defeat by Man City
Mesut Ozil produced a frustrated reaction after being substituted during Arsenal's woeful Premier League defeat by Manchester City.
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Man City send doubters and Liverpool FC message with stunning Arsenal display
Kevin De Bruyne scored twice and notched an assist to lead Manchester City to all three points in north London.
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Chloe Ferry confirms split with Sam Gowland before his MMA fight with her other ex
Chloe Ferry has confirmed she's split with Sam Gowland as she cheered him on before he lost his MMA fight with her other ex, Marty McKenna
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Jamie Carragher hammers Mesut Ozil with brutal Kevin De Bruyne comparison
City star De Bruyne scored two and assisted one as Pep Guardiola's men ran out 3-0 winners at the Emirates Stadium, where Ozil was substituted before the hour mark
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Things cannot go on like this for aimless Arsenal and Freddie Ljungberg
Arsenal are craving clarity
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Kevin De Bruyne at the double as City blow Arsenal away with early salvo
To Pep Guardiola, attack has long felt like the best form of defence and, when the Manchester City manager can call on Kevin De Bruyne in form such as this, it makes perfect sense. City’s title defence has foundered on problems at the back but they did not have to worry about anything in defensive terms at the Emirates. Those concerns belonged to Freddie Ljungberg and Arsenal, during a performance of weakness, looseness and naivety. Related: Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City: Premier League – live reaction! Continue reading...
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Khloe Kardashian wears Tristan Thompson promise ring as he tries to ‘win her back’ after cheating scandal
Tristan is not giving up on Khloe.
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Husband spared jail for dousing wife in lighter fluid and trying to set her on fire
Former naval officer Christopher Mayhew shouted 'I'm going to burn down the house' as he sprayed the bottle of flammable liquid over his wife's t-shirt.
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Summer Monteys-Fullam teases new romance as she fuels dating rumours in cheeky post
The flame-haired beauty proved she is well and truly over her ex Paul Hollywood and their dramatic split as she teased that she's dating again
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The Guardian view on Labour’s defeat: an existential crisis with no easy solution | Editorial
The party’s traditional coalition of voters has collapsed. A comeback is only possible if it develops a new, more subtle politics of placeAfter the Labour party’s disastrous election defeat in 1983, at the hands of Margaret Thatcher’s Conservatives, Tony Benn famously found a silver lining in the almost unbroken cloud of gloom. Writing in this newspaper, Mr Benn noted that though Labour had been routed, winning only 27.6% of the vote, millions of people had nevertheless voted for an authentically socialist manifesto. This time round, after Labour’s worst performance at a general election since 1935, there is no dodging the scale of the catastrophe. Speaking on The Andrew Marr Show, the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, rightly admitted that last Thursday’s poll was a “disaster”.This was a defeat like no other that Labour has suffered in its 119-year history. The party haemorrhaged seats in the Midlands and north, which have been the bedrocks of its traditional support. The morning after the election, Michael Gove (inaccurately) boasted that, for the first time, the Durham Miners’ Gala and the Notting Hill carnival would both take place in constituencies held by Conservatives. That was a gleeful swipe at Labour’s very sense of itself as an institution, founded in 1900, to represent the interests of the working class in the coalfields and factory towns that drove the industrial revolution. Continue reading...
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Staff shortages hit rail services as new timetable takes effect
Cancellations and curtailments in south of England and between London and WalesA revised rail timetable promising improved services and more trains across the south of England has been marred by a wave of delays and cancellations that have also affected services between London and south Wales.The railway companies GWR and Transport for Wales cancelled or curtailed a slew of trains on Sunday as the new timetable came into effect. Continue reading...
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