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LadBaby calls on Robbie Williams and Dr Dre for sausage roll collab as he aims for second Christmas number 1
He's setting his hopes high.
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Lily Allen DELETES Twitter account amid furious backlash after saying Tories won due to UK racism
Social media users savaged the left-winger after she slammed the Tory victory this morning after she said the Tories won the election because racism runs deep in the UK.
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Liam Payne goes red for date night with girlfriend Maya Henry in Paris
We're obsessed with Maya's Chanel beanie.
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The Grand Tour: Seamen sees Jeremy Clarkson swaps cars for boats
The petrolheads swap cars for boats — and are left up the swanny
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Christian Pulisic must score more goals to reach the next level, says Chelsea manager Frank Lampard
Lamps wants to see so much more from the American!
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Caroline Flack’s boyfriend Lewis Burton claims he was ‘normal’ until they met as she’s arrested and charged with assault
'Bruv, I was normal until I met her.'
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What now for Brexit? Key dates after Boris Johnson wins election by landslide
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Women being plagued with debt due to gender pay gap, skyrocketing childcare costs and sexism, campaigners say
'I go hungry. On a weekly basis, I struggle to afford food. I ended up having to get a second job to alleviate the debt. I have gone from a 40-hour work week to a 70-hour week,' says one woman
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Disgusting vandals scratch ‘spaz van’ onto vehicle with wheelchair ramp
Diane Atkins, 55, was 'beyond disgusted' to find the mobility van designed for her daughter Bethany, 16, targeted.
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The Gambia - Africa's smiling coast
The Gambia Experience is launching a new route from Manchester to the country’s capital, Banjul
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Couple who killed housemate by drowning her in the bath to claim £5,000 benefits are jailed for life
Kevin Flanagan, 39, and Kathleen Salmond, 40, murdered 39-year-old Lisa Bennett (pictured) before dumping her body in a bin outside their flat in Weoley Castle, Birmingham. Today they were jailed for life.
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Wilko slammed for promoting 'gender sterotypes'
Father-of-three Navaratnam Partheeban, from South West England, was outraged when he spotted the colouring books in a wilko store, and took to Twitter to say it was 'unbelievable' in 2019.
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PDC World Darts Championship 2020: Dave Clark's five players to watch at Alexandra Palace
The 2020 PDC World Darts Championship begins at Alexandra Palace on Friday night.
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The Top 10: chiasmuses, or reversal aphorisms
Pithy sayings constructed by backwards the words putting
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Ryanair boss predicts Boris Johnson's EU deal will be 'Brexit in name only'
Michael O'Leary tells Boris Johnson: 'You want to be seen politically to be leaving the European Union, but you'll finish up with a Norway-style agreement'
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Son in Brazil dressed as mother for driving test after she failed three times
A man in Brazil turned up disguised as his mother to pass a driving test on her behalf after she failed three times.
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Second teenager shot at north London chicken shop in just one week
The victim was rushed to hospital with gunshot wounds, police say.
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Essex lorry deaths: driver denies human trafficking charges
Christopher Kennedy, 23, pleads not guilty in relation to deaths of 39 Vietnamese peopleA lorry driver has denied links to alleged human trafficking after the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people in England in October.Christopher Kennedy, 23, appeared in the dock at the Old Bailey on Friday morning surrounded by four guards. Continue reading...
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Chelsea manager Frank Lampard not planning on talks with out-of-contract trio
Olivier Giroud, Willian and Pedro all have contracts that expire in the summer
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Duncan Ferguson reveals Everton injury list and expectations for Manchester United clash
The stand-in Everton manager held a press conference before the Old Trafford battle with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Man Utd.
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Do The Right Thing actor Danny Aiello dies aged 86
Veteran actor Danny Aiello died on Thursday night after a sudden illness, his family confirmed
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Coyote Ugly to pay £70,000 after bar dancers fracture spine and fall on glass
Brittany Askew and Karina Sparks were seriously injured when they fell from the wet bar of Coyote Ugly nightclub in Cardiff, with one fracturing her spine and the other suffering cuts
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Sadiq Khan savages Jeremy Corbyn as he describes election result as 'catastrophe for Labour, London and the UK'
Sadiq Khan has launched a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn as he described the election result as "catastrophe for Labour, London and the UK".
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Baby Yoda makes obligatory cameo in The Sims 4
In an unsurprising turn of events, The Sims 4 is offering an in-game statue of Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian TV show.
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FTSE 250 rockets to record high after General Election
Shares and the pound soared following the result, with many in the City welcoming the stability that comes with a comfortable majority.
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Teenager comes up with ingenious idea to get herself a puppy by writing a CV to her mum
'Dear mummy, I am writing to express my interest in owning my own pet dog, a male Staffy that is nine weeks old.'
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How the House of Commons would look if Britain used proportional representation
Britain's first-past-the-post system means a party can get no seats despite a lot of votes - but things would have been very different in this general election if we used proportional representation instead
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Bratislava, Slovenia: How to get there, where to stay and what to do
The capital of Slovakia, Bratislava is a city with one foot in the past and another squarely set in the future.
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Jurgen Klopp names five young players he plans to introduce to Liverpool first team
Jurgen Klopp signed a new Liverpool contract until 2024 on Friday, and then spoke about the ways in which the Anfield club is moving forward, including the academy
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The Undateables at Christmas trailer teases heartwarming Yuletide romances
Warm the cockles of your heart this winter.
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Don’t despair: a practical guide to making a difference – from food banks to fighting fake news
If the election result has left you concerned about services already stretched due to cuts or where politics goes from here, how can you get involved?It’s natural to feel hopeless today. A decade of deep cuts have already caused incredible pain, with growing poverty and crumbling services across the country. There are many people who will undoubtedly have woken up today and felt fear about the future. I have spoken to many over the past decade, from disabled people who have lost their disability benefits to those on low wages choosing between eating and heating.It is heartbreaking to think about what another five years of Conservative government will do to those who can’t take a further squeeze. Continue reading...
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Aside from Brexit, what else will Boris Johnson’s government ‘get done’? | Catherine Haddon
The Conservative manifesto was remarkably light on detail, so Johnson might need to be flexible to keep his new MPs happy• Latest election news - live updatesBoris Johnson now has a bigger majority than any Conservative prime minister since Margaret Thatcher. He is not a new prime minister but he is, for the first time, an election-winning prime minister – and can govern accordingly.For the first four months of his premiership Johnson was a man in a hurry, racing to get through the same stages of Brexit that Theresa May took three years to attempt. Like May, Johnson negotiated a deal with the EU. Like May, he failed in his attempts to get that deal through parliament. Unlike May, he used the ongoing challenge of parliamentary arithmetic to successfully persuade the electorate to hand him the majority he asked for to get Brexit done. Continue reading...
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Man who smacked TV presenter on bottom live on air defends actions: 'I got caught up in the moment'
'I did not see her facial reaction as I just kept on running. If I did see her facial reaction, I would have... turned around to apologise to her.'
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Wedding ring found in ballot box in Greater Manchester
'We really want to reunite the owner,' says council
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Residents of Corbyn Road Dudley North want to change their street name after Labour lose to Tories
Corbyn Road in the heart of the Dudley North constituency now has its first ever Tory MP after Brexiteer Marco Longhi beat Labour's Melanie Dudley by 11,533 votes.
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Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin gets £44m richer after Tory general election landslide
Pub chain's share price rises as pound surges on hopes that Brexit uncertainty will be reduced
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Boris Johnson says 'let the healing begin' in No 10 speech after election win
The Prime Minister called for a moment of 'closure' after three and a half years of arid argument - and held out an olive branch to remain voters
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Simon Amor set to join Eddie Jones's England set-up as Rob Baxter signs up with Exeter Chiefs until 2023
Complete exodus of Jones's World Cup backroom set-up is set to see current Sevens coach Amor promoted to the senior XVs side to replace Scott Wisemantel
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General election 2019: Let the healing begin, urges victorious PM
Boris Johnson says he hopes his party's "extraordinary" election victory will bring "closure" to years of acrimony.
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House committee votes to advance articles of impeachment against Trump
Judiciary committee voted on Friday morning to approve two articles on a straight party-line voteOn a straight party-line vote, the House judiciary committee voted on Friday morning to move two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump to the House floor, in a crucial final stage before impeachment itself.A full House vote on whether to impeach the president was expected to be taken as early as Tuesday. Trump would be the third president in American history to be impeached. Continue reading...
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Lonely elderly man who broke hearts on BBC Breakfast is serenaded by hundreds with favourite carol
Terrence, from Oldham, was previously surprised with a Christmas tree having spent past 20 Christmases on his own
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'Time to move on': what the European papers say about UK election
Media acknowledges, with relief, Britons’ confirmation that they want to leave EULatest election news - live updatesEurope’s media have acknowledged both the scale of Boris Johnson’s achievement and Labour’s abysmal electoral performance, but after three and a half years of chaos and confusion have expressed gratitude, above all, that Brexit seems to be finally under way.“Love him or hate him, with his faux-dishevelled look, his scorn for detail and above all his simplistic, endlessly repeated ‘get Brexit done’, said Le Monde, “Boris Johnson has nonetheless won his bet in the most masterly manner.” Continue reading...
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Earth's magnetic north is shifting at an 'unprecedented' rate of 30 miles a year
The new World Magnetic Model has revealed that Earth's magnetic north is moving at a rate of 30 miles a year, towards Siberia and away from northern Canada.
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Detectives probing stab deaths at a Milton Keynes house party arrest a teenager
Dom Ansah and Ben Gillham-Rice, both 17, were fatally stabbed by masked attackers at the private party on the Emerson Valley estate on October 19 (pictured).
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