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Katie Price doesn’t look happy on way home from New York as she has least relaxing airport massage ever
Holiday blues?
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Flight attendant averts 'potential disaster' after spotting ice on aircraft wings seconds before take-off
A flight attendant has averted "potential disaster" after spotting ice on an aircraft's wings moments before take-off, a new report has revealed.
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Boris Johnson parties the night away with Carrie Symonds at Annabel's
The Prime Minister, 55, walked side by side with his 31-year-old girlfriend as he arrived at the famous Mayfair institution for Evening Standard owner Evgeny Lebvedev's London Christmas Party.
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Katie Price gets revenge on misogynistic abuse by singing to her insulters
The Price may be right, but her singing voice is all kinds of wrong - Katie unleashed her vocals after club goers yelled at her to expose her breasts to them
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Three people are injured as vehicle mounts pavement in Stratford
The car crashed into a traffic light and hit three pedestrians on Great Eastern Road outside the Stratford Centre at around 8.49am today.
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Myles Stephenson's heartbreak as beloved nan dies after 'waiting to hear his voice'
I'm A Celebrity's Myles Stephenson has paid tribute to his beloved Yaya after she died at the age of 89
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Dad who 'killed wife and kids' says he ‘got sick of her nagging, poking and prodding’
Michael Jones beat Casei Jones to death with a baseball bat and then killed their four children 'because they were related to Casei and he was mad at her,' according to police documents
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Kieran Tierney set for second surgery of 2019 as Arsenal injury nightmare continues
He can't catch a break. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
The Expanse’s Steven Strait teases ‘paradigm shift’ for fans in newly-released season 4
New worlds are coming. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Boy devastated that he left parrot cuddly toy on bus - can you help find it?
'I hope somebody nice did find my parrot'
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Middle-aged spread could raise the risk of a fatal heart attack or stroke by 25%
Dr Wei Zheng, of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, and colleagues found the shocking results after testing 84,000 people in China who had been slim in early adulthood.
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Jurgen Klopp gives Gini Wijnaldum injury update ahead of Club World Cup
Gini Wijnaldum is set to join the likes of Fabinho, Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip on the injury table after he suffered damage against Watford
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Liverpool analysis: Three key talking points from 2-0 win over Watford
If those recent comfortable victories provided a welcome break for Liverpool fans' nerves, Saturday's win over Watford represented something of a return to the bad old days.
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Brain zaps: The most misunderstood side effect of antidepressants
Brain zaps, brain shocks, brain shivers, or brain flips are something many people on SSRIs experience, but little is known about them. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Body found on country lane is named as missing 15-year-old Alex Rodda
Police have now named the suspected murder victim, whose body was found in a village in Cheshire, as Alex Rodda. Alex's body was discovered on Friday morning.
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Cancer-stricken mum grieving death of murdered son hit with hospital parking fines
'I don't know how much more I can take'. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Expert says you should never keep an Amazon Echo in your bedroom
Dr Hannah Fry, an expert on tech company algorithms, has warned people not to take smart speakers like Amazon Echo's digital assistant Alexa into private areas of their home such as the bedroom and bathroom
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Jurgen Klopp’s hilarious reaction to Virgil van Dijk’s dodgy back-pass against Watford
Oopsy daisy! News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Stratford crash: Three injured after car mounts pavement in east London
A woman and two men have been injured after a car mounted the pavement outside an east London shopping centre.
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Jurgen Klopp provides Georginio Wijnaldum injury update after Liverpool beat Watford
A blow for the Premier League leaders. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Man City striker Gabriel Jesus makes Mikel Arteta admission amid Arsenal FC speculation
Gabriel Jesus has heaped praise on Manchester City assistant manager Mikel Arteta amid rumours Arsenal want to hire him as their next manager.
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Boris Johnson thanks Northern voters for 'breaking habits of generations' as he pledges to repay their trust
The Tories won a landslide majority in the face of crumbling Labour support in Thursday's historic election
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Father-of-two brands all-day breakfast sandwich from Aldi 'very deceiving' after meagre filling
Joel Turner bought a sandwich from one of the supermarket's stores in Stroud, Gloucestershire. But the 32-year-old was left disappointed with his £1.99 purchase after he sat down to eat it.
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Heavily-pregnant woman is among 20 migrants found in back of refrigerated lorry in Stoke
A worker at Wayne Walker in Stoke (pictured) called police after hearing banging from the truck. Officers found the pregnant woman and she was taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital.
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It’s Die Hard with fairies ... and a walk on part for the author in Artemis Fowl film
After 25 million sales of his Artemis Fowl books, Eoin Colfer tells of his own film debutHe is a former primary school teacher whose Artemis Fowl fantasy novels have sold more than 25 million copies in 44 languages. Now Ireland’s former children’s laureate, Eoin Colfer, will delight fans worldwide by appearing as an extra in Artemis Fowl, Disney’s forthcoming feature film directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh and starring Dame Judi Dench.Describing his one scene, filmed in the north of Ireland, Colfer said: “I walked across a field with a lot of other people. It wasn’t too taxing – although I did manage to get it wrong a few times. The only direction they gave was: ‘Walk across the field and don’t look at the camera.’ I must have looked at the camera about 20 times. I have a new respect for actors.” Continue reading...
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Car crashes into Tesco cafe in Sutton Coldfield
A number of people suffer cuts and one man is taken to hospital after falling unconscious.
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'Let's do this!': Megan Rapinoe endorses Elizabeth Warren for president
Soccer star praises Warren for being ‘bold and real’SI Sportsperson of the Year posts video of call with candidateTwo-time World Cup champion Megan Rapinoe has announced her support for the Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren.“I truly believe the best things in life are a result of being bold and being real,” wrote the soccer star, whom Sports Illustrated this week named Sportsperson of the Year. Continue reading...
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Scottish independence warning: Sturgeon could hold OWN referendum to skewer Boris
NICOLA STURGEON could hold her own referendum on Scottish independence even if refused permission for the vote by Boris Johnson, a political researcher has warned.
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Sons of Denmark review – provocative and chilling
Far-right hatred and radicalised youth are explored in this passionate Danish dramaDanish film-maker Ulaa Salim’s provocative debut tackles the rise of the far right with more righteous passion than many similar films this year. Beginning with the swift radicalisation of 19-year-old Zakaria (Mohammed Ismail Mohammed) in the wake of a series of Islamophobic attacks across Copenhagen, Salim emphasises the tender age of the so-called “terrorists”. Babyfaced Zakaria’s mum still makes him a packed lunch. The film then shifts its focus to double agent Malik (Zaki Youssef), tasked with exposing the white supremacist hate group Sons of Denmark.Meanwhile, an election is looming and nationalist candidate Martin Nordhal (Rasmus Bjerg) is gaining in the polls. “Why should foreigners work when we pamper them?” he asks, promising forced repatriation of Muslims in order to preserve the country’s values. Bjerg is chilling in his credibility, delivering Nordhal’s abhorrent views with polite calm. “What fanatical neo-Nazis have to do with me is nothing,” he declares, while masked vigilantes empowered by his speechifying put severed pig’s heads on brown people’s doorsteps, writing “Go home” in animal blood on their windows. Malik’s superiors inform him that they’re closing the operation on Sons of Denmark because “the real threat is Islamic terrorism”. Continue reading...
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On my radar: Shoshana Zuboff’s cultural highlights
The author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism on a great Paris deli, DJ Shadow, and a Broadway show that changed herBorn in 1951, academic and author Shoshana Zuboff earned a PhD in social psychology from Harvard and became one of the first tenured women at Harvard Business School. Since 2014 she has been writing about the role of big data and commercial surveillance in the digital era. Last year she published her third book, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, which became a bestseller and has been described by Zadie Smith as “easily the most important book to be published this century”. Continue reading...
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South Africa appoint Mark Boucher as new head coach ahead of England Test series
Mark Boucher has been named as South Africa's new head coach.
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John McDonnell will not return to shadow cabinet
Shadow chancellor says new Labour leader needs to build broad coalition across UKFollow the latest political news - liveJohn McDonnell has said he will not return to the shadow cabinet after Labour’s worst general election result in a generation.The shadow chancellor, seen as one of the architects of Labour’s shift to the left, has been a major figure at the top of the party since Jeremy Corbyn’s surprise 2015 leadership victory. But he had been criticised for his influence on Labour’s decision to support a second Brexit referendum, which alienated many voters in the party’s once-solid heartlands who had voted to leave the European Union. Continue reading...
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Fans fume after Rod Stewart congratulates Boris Johnson on election win
'Well done Boris,' he tweeted. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Mohamed Salah's genius continues pragmatic Liverpool's Premier League title march
LIVERPOOL 2-0 WATFORD: Mohamed Salah scored both goals for the Reds to hand them another victory, despite Jurgen Klopp's side not being at their best
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Jacqueline Wilson responds to Stormzy sampling the Tracy Beaker theme tune: 'What a treat'
Author was delighted the song featured on the grime star's track 'Superheroes'
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Lord Coe not prepared to risk any action that might imperil clean athletes
World Athletics president Coe would not speculate about whether any Russian track and field athlete would compete in Tokyo next year
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Liverpool ride luck as Mohamed Salah double punishes wasteful Watford
Liverpool will head for the Club World Cup in Qatar on Sunday comfortable in the knowledge their commanding lead in the Premier League will not be troubled any time soon. This was far from a vintage display by Jürgen Klopp’s team, in fact they were fairly average and flattered by the scoreline, but a remarkable 26th win from their last 27 league games was the hallmark of would-be champions in its own way. Related: Leicester City v Norwich City, Chelsea v Bournemouth: clockwatch – live! Continue reading...
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Mohamed Salah explains secret behind his three-goal week after Watford heroics
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah struck twice against Watford to down the Premier League's bottom club and claim another vital three points at Anfield
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Stormzy fangirls over Jacqueline Wilson as Dani Harmer wants in on music video after Tracy Beaker sample
Dani Harmer wants to star in the music video. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Stratford car crash: Vehicle hits people at shopping centre - three people injured
A CAR has hit a group of people outside a shopping centre in Stratford, East London.
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Mafia scion Giovani Gambino believes Rudy has 'dirt' on politicians
Giovanni Gambino, an heir of the Gambino crime family, thinks Trump's personal attorney would quickly flip on colleagues if they started to turn on him.
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Body found in Cheshire village identified as missing boy, 15
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Mohamed Salah strikes twice against Watford as Liverpool maintain winning run
Liverpool 2-0 Watford: The hosts were far from their best but Salah did enough to make sure of the three points
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Forty Kangaroo carcasses found dead at a holiday hotspot raising fears a psychopath is on the loose
 Dozens of mangled kangaroo carcasses have turned up rotting in a field after being shot, decapitated and disemboweled, sparking fears a psychopath is to blame. 
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Who are set to be main players in Boris Johnson’s new cabinet?
It's not looking good for Jacob Rees-Mogg. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Labour MPs should have voted for Theresa May's Brexit deal – then the party wouldn't be in this mess
If they did the UK would have a soft Brexit, Boris Johnson would not be prime minister, and Labour would not be left without a hope
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This Irish hobbit hole looks so cosy – and it’s available on Airbnb
For only £75 a night. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Christmas shoppers injured after 'driver in 80s reverses through Tesco cafe wall'
Several customers suffered cuts when the elderly man smashed into the window of a in-store cafe at Princess Alice Drive retail park in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham
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