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Death used to be the end of rock stars – now it's an opportunity to cash in
From Lil Peep to Leonard Cohen, labels have realised that death massively enhances a musician's bankability, writes Ed Power
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I’m A Celebrity’s Kate Garraway hair and make-up conspiracy theory continues as Good Morning Britain presenters plant seeds
People are convinced Kate's wearing make-up.
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Kanye West’s Wyoming ranch hit with planning problems after he started building work without permission
Work on Kanye's amphitheatre have hit some issues.
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LIVE: Long delays on M60 and M66 following four-vehicle smash
One lane is closed on the M60 near Worsley and there are delays of around 40 minutes and it's also affecting traffic on the M66
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Robbie Williams blasts ‘feeble’ Louis Walsh over Ayda Field X Factor dig
'It was just uncalled-for and unnecessary.'
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What Jose Mourinho told Harry Kane in private text message after Tottenham appointment
Jose needs to get Kane on side.
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Cristiano Ronaldo denies he has married longtime girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez
Stand down, folks.
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Dominion by Tom Holland review – the legacy of Christianity
An absorbing survey of Christianity’s subversive origins and enduring influence is filled with vivid portraits, gruesome deaths and moral debatesTom Holland’s Dominion recounts the history and impact of Christianity from the crucifixion of Jesus to the Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love”. He describes crucifixion as one of the most terrible deaths one can suffer, which must be true in general but if Jesus really did only spend six hours on the cross, as the New Testament reports, he was luckier than most victims, who thrashed around for days. If you really have to be nailed to a cross, the best thing to do is lose a lot of blood beforehand, so by scourging Jesus the Romans unwittingly helped him on his way.Holland might also have pointed out that the ancient Romans reserved crucifixion mostly for political rebels. Jesus may not have been a Lenin, but it might have suited the Jewish leaders to persuade Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor, that he was. He would certainly have knocked around with Zealots, the anticolonial revolutionaries of the day. A few of his disciples were probably paid-up members of the group, as (probably) were the two so-called thieves between whom he hung on the cross. Pilate wouldn’t have needed much convincing to reach for the hammer and nails. Contrary to the gospels’ portrait of him as a kind of Guardian-reading liberal, reluctant to use his power and bemusedly in search of truth, the historical Pilate was a moral monster who would have crucified his own grandmother, and who was finally dismissed from the imperial service for corruption. Continue reading...
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Detroit police shooting: Veteran officer killed after being gunned down during home invasion
A veteran police officer died after being shot in the neck with a "high-powered" rifle during a home invasion in Detroit, authorities said.
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Model Slick Woods reveals she has cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy treatment
It’s said she’s diagnosed with stage 3 melanoma cancer.
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'I'm the dad who confronted Boris Johnson - his NHS spin is just to get votes'
It's a month since Omar Salem confronted the Tory leader over his daughter's treatment at Whipps Cross Hospital in London. Today, writing for the Mirror, he reflects on Tory's decision to make the 2019 general election campaign all about the NHS
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Meet Charlie, your new favourite cat with a Chaplin-esque moustache
Ready for Movember.
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Ben Stokes hits 67 not out as England make solid start to opening Test in New Zealand
Rory Burns, Joe Denly and Ben Stokes all contributed fifties as England cricket followed Joe Root's plea for patience from his top order on an attritional opening day of the first Test against New Zealand.
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Queen & Slim review – stylish lovers on the run drama is hit and miss
A first date goes horribly wrong in a visually arresting romance, starring a charismatic Daniel Kaluuya, that can’t quite make it to the finish line There’s something seductively potent about the slick yet artful packaging of Queen & Slim, a film arriving with all the confidence of a self-appointed classic. There’s the stylised marketing, the hip, star-packed soundtrack (Lauryn Hill singing again!), the Beyoncé-approved first-time director, the in-demand lead actor post-Oscar nomination, the Emmy-winning writer turned mogul and the logline that’s both tantalising and timely. It also remains rare, and refreshing, to see a studio-backed film boasting a wealth of black talent telling a black story and given a prime Thanksgiving release date, aiming for both box office and awards glory. Related: Dark Waters review – Mark Ruffalo v big business in enraging drama Continue reading...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook says it is unlikely the iPhone will ever be made in the US
Cook gave the interview with ABC News in Austin on Wednesday, the same day President Donald Trump flew out to visit the $1 billion facility, which is expected to open in 2022.
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Manchester United wanted Mauricio Pochettino before Ole took the wheel – now they should go and get him
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's impressive start at Old Trafford ended United's chase of the Spurs manager, but now Pochettino is available and would fit the club's desire for a young and energetic team
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Thom Evans confesses dating X Factor's Nicole Scherzinger has 'crossed his mind'
The X Factor Celebrity contestant has fuelled romance rumours with the singing competition's judge but insisted he doesn't have time for a relationship right now
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General election 2019 live: Jeremy Corbyn to unveil Labour's 'manifesto of hope'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in Birmingham this morning where he will launch the party's manifesto to kick the Tories out of power after nine years in government
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New Zealand vs England: Ben Stokes survives as tourists build foundation vs Black Caps
The England star should have been caught just before stumps on day one while on 63 but ended play 67 not out with Joe Root's side at 241/4
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Road closed and train services blocked due to trespass incident near Dinting Viaduct
Train services between Hadfield and Manchester Piccadilly have been disrupted
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British Airways delays: Holidaymakers stranded after 'technical issue' blights flights into Heathrow and Gatwick
Flights across the world have been hit by an apparent computer failure
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Grace Millane 'encouraged date to choke her during sex and apply more force'
WARNING - DISTRESSING DETAILS: The 27-year-old man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane, 21, in Auckland, New Zealand, was “just a young man prepared to do what his sexual partners want him to do", his lawyer says
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Queen 'summoned Prince Andrew to Buckingham Palace to strip him of royal duties'
The Queen summoned Prince Andrew to Buckingham Palace to strip him of his royal duties, it is claimed.
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Head teacher jailed for sexual exploitation of children as young as four
A detective said his messages were 'some of the most horrific' he had ever investigated.
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10 EastEnders spoilers: Linda’s car crash, wife swap shock and Mel aftermath
We reveal the latest EastEnders spoilers with a full episode guide.
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People are getting in to debt because of the pressure to be perfect on Instagram
'Don’t waste your money trying to live a lie online.'
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The Apprentice fired candidate Ryan-Mark reveals he ‘would never’ date Lottie Lion
The pair sparked romance rumours after their 'close relationship' was noticed by fans.
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I’m A Celebrity recap: Adele Roberts gags on pig uterus as Caitlyn Jenner reveals she’s treated differently as a woman
If you missed last night's show don't worry as we have the best bits here.
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Home alarm systems: how can I improve my security?
Peter has to move from his very secure high-rise flat and wants to avoid being burgledI currently live in a high-rise flat, which is very secure, with CCTV, fob-controlled access and so on. Unfortunately, due to Grenfell, our block is being emptied for refurbishment. I don’t know what type of property I will be offered, but I will have to provide my own home security system. Cost is not a major issue, because I will get a disturbance grant for the enforced move. But, as a pensioner, I wouldn’t like to be saddled with a high monthly premium for monitoring. Any suggestions would be very welcome. PeterTechnology companies are selling a lot of new gadgets to increase home security, including smart locks, motion detectors, window sensors and digital cameras. Many are part of the trend towards “smart homes” with internet-connected doorbells, lighting, voice assistants and so on. Most of this stuff comes under the general tech-industry label of the internet of things (IoT). Continue reading...
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Rentalcars booked a pick-up location than no longer existed
I was told to go to the Alamo desk at St Pancras but it had moved out months beforeI booked a rental car through Rentalcars.com and selected pick-up at St Pancras station. Rates are higher here in central London, but I was happy to pay the extra because it’s near my home and I wanted to leave early for a family day trip. The rental voucher confirmed the pick up at St Pancras NCP car park. On the day, I spent half an hour looking for the Alamo office. Eventually, staff from another rental firm told me that it had closed down weeks previously and advised me to call the nearest Alamo office. Staff there confirmed its desk at St Pancras had closed over two months before I’d booked, and that I was not the only customer with this experience. My booking had been moved to its Marylebone office. Continue reading...
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PlayStation 5: the 11 games we want to see in 2020
From God of War 2 to Grand Theft Auto 6, here are the almost-confirmed titles and wish-list fantasies we’re holding out for with the console’s next releaseNow that Sony has revealed the technical specifications of its forthcoming console, including its powerful AMD Ryzen processor, SSD storage system for fast loading, 3D sound and 8K support, what everyone wants to know is – what will we be playing on the machine when it launches next year?Here are the rumours and expectations, some more fanciful than others, but each one a distinct and enticing possibility. Continue reading...
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Revealed: Bayer AG discussed plans to give not-for-profit funding for influence
Emails between two senior executives and a journalist show discussions aimed at giving Bayer a voice in press foundation initiatives Bayer AG discussed plans to give the German drugs giant influence within prestigious American not-for-profit dedicated to media freedoms that would protect and promote the company’s business interests in exchange for generous funding, records obtained by the Guardian show.Multiple email communications from 2018 and 2019 detail the entwinement of two senior executives at Bayer’s US operations with a Greek journalist and “communications strategist” named Thanos Dimadis who served briefly as executive director for the 101-year-old New York-based Foreign Press Association (FPA), and the related Foreign Press Foundation (FPF). Continue reading...
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Finally, the public wants action on the climate crisis. Now politics must catch up | Stephen Buranyi
A cosy consensus among politicians allowed lofty targets to be set, and then ignored. But now voters want actual solutionsThe most shocking political development of 2019 may be the end of the nearly three-decade old consensus that the public doesn’t care about the climate crisis. People were hopelessly and permanently apathetic, the argument went, or unable to see beyond the present. They were said to suffer what Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger memorably called “apocalypse fatigue”, a numbness brought on by years of scientific warnings about a dismal future. And this in turn meant they were uninterested in, if not outright hostile to, any kind of meaningful climate action.All of this appeared to be backed up by data. Years of polling and other measures of public engagement showed that even as awareness of the crisis grew, there was no interest in changing anything. Continue reading...
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Who is Fiona Hill and what can we expect from her impeachment testimony?
Hill, a top expert on Russia, expected to testify about her concerns of ‘shadow’ foreign policy run by Giuliani, Sondland and othersA day after bombshell testimony from the EU ambassador Gordon Sondland dealt a serious blow to Donald Trump’s fight against impeachment, the embattled president faces another day of potentially damaging testimony from the National Security Council official Fiona Hill. Related: Sondland's bombshell testimony blows holes in Trump's Ukraine defence Continue reading...
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Uganda bans thousands of charities in 'chilling' crackdown
Government critics fear purge of sector as more than 12,000 organisations lose registered charity statusMore than 12,000 charities have been told they can no longer operate in Uganda as critics raised fears that government regulatory measures effectively amounted to a purge.The government said a review that took place in August and September would root out poorly performing organisations and create “a reliable data bank on all NGOs” in the country. Continue reading...
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Last Christmas may be the worst film of the year – so why is it box-office gold?
Written by Emma Thompson, directed by Paul Feig of Bridesmaids, soundtracked by George Michael – and panned by critics. Why are audiences flocking to see it?Last Christmas, this year’s festive schlockfest, is bad. Oh, it’s bad. It looked OK on paper: a Christmas romcom written by Emma Thompson and directed by Paul Feig of Bridesmaids, a catchy George Michael soundtrack, a festive Covent Garden setting, Michelle Yeoh – what’s not to love? But it is bad. It is not only one of the worst films of the year, it’s possibly one of the worst films ... ever?But despite being objectively terrible, it is one of those interesting cinematic phenomenons where audience opinions differ greatly from those of critics. Its user score on Rotten Tomatoes is currently 81% (against a 48% critics’ score). In its first week of release, it has knocked Joker, the first film in a decade to hold the No 1 spot for six weeks, off the top spot at the UK box office. Predictably, given its twee London setting and cute British cast, Americans are cosying up to it, too; Last Christmas has grossed $22m at the US box office. Continue reading...
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The Apprentice fired candidate Ryan-Mark accuses Thomas Skinner of ‘lying’ about identity of mystery man
Dreams. Shattered. So who was it then?
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Ed Woodward message hints at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United priority
Man Utd executive vice chairman addressed investors this week and effectively confirmed what Solskjaer's Man Utd priority should be.
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Kompany's thunderbolt, Aguero's winner - Man City best goals revealed
As part of the MEN's end of the decade series, we've ranked the top ten Man City goals since 2010.
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Threats to sue the Mirror by The Parliamentary Review were as empty as any supposed government connection
There’s a bunch of politicians from all three main parties who should be feeling thoroughly embarrassed.
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Dear Lord, should religious groups be targeting young minds like this?
Operation Christmas Child says its present boxes are "packed with love and fuelled by prayer"
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Andy Ruiz Jr makes Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz prediction
Ruiz Jr reckons Wilder will be too young and too strong for Ortiz in Las Vegas on Saturday as the heavyweight pals eye possible unification bout next year
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