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Channel 4’s ‘bizarre’ Alternative Election coverage from Stanley Johnson burka slur and awkward sex skit slammed by viewers
To say it didn't go down well would be a bit of an understatement.
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Nigel Farage tells anti-Brexit Lily Allen, Steve Coogan and Hugh Grant to ‘stick to singing and acting’
The Brexit Party leader had a pop at Remainer celebrities.
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The Game Awards 2019 news round-up – watch all the trailers and announcements
The biggest night of the year for new game reveals has given first looks at The Wolf Among Us 2, Gears Tactics, Bravely Default 2, and more.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shuts down question over Mason Greenwood’s playing time at Manchester United
The Red Devils boss was having none of it.
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Now Boris Johnson has won the election, can he get Brexit done?
Either way, he will struggle to unite the country.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knew Mason Greenwood would be a Man Utd star at seven as he lauds academy tradition
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was convinced Mason Greenwood was a Manchester United star in the making the first time he saw him, aged just seven.
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What is Christmas Jumper Day about and how long has it been going on?
It's that time of year again.
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How world newspapers reacted to Boris Johnson's election victory: 'A rare moment of piercing clarity'
'There has never been a British PM who cared so little for the dignity and morality of his office'
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Two people arrested in Birmingham suspected of terrorism offences
Man and woman held over links to Islamist-related terrorism, say West Midlands police Two people have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences.A 25-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman were detained in Birmingham on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism, West Midlands police said. Continue reading...
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General election 2019 turnout - how many people voted across the UK
Two-thirds of those eligible to vote in the general election did so
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Strictly Come Dancing final odds: Which couple will win the glitterball trophy?
The final three couples will take to the dance floor for the last time on Saturday
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Boris Johnson election results LIVE: Latest as PM celebrates biggest Conservative majority since 1980s
Boris Johnson has declared that the Conservative Party has "ended the gridlock" as he celebrated "the biggest Conservative majority since the 1980s".
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Exhibition showcases female street photography – in pictures
Street photography has traditionally lacked a strong female presence, but an exhibition at El Barrio’s Artspace PS109 in New York is challenging that. Curated by Gulnara Samoilova, the founder of @WomenStreetPhotographers, the show contains works by 94 women from around the world and runs until 2 January 2020 Continue reading...
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Police searching woodland for missing dad whose car was found riddled with bullets
Mohammed Shah Subhani, known as Shah, from Hounslow, London, was reported missing by his family in May - police are now searching woodland near the M40 in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, as part of the investigation
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The magnificent 20: The greatest Clash songs of all time
Fresh and relevant as ever, 'London Calling' is 40 years old. Graeme Ross trawls through The Clash's back catalogue to pick out his 20 favourite songs
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Amazon's Lord of the Rings series loses 'lead star' Will Poulter
Actor forced to drop out after joining the big-budget show in September
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PewDiePie’s new poo-themed game ‘banned by Apple for being too disgusting’
He broke the 'un-epic' news to fans.
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The Conservative election win impact on NHS, climate change, Scotland and more
Anxious about climate change? And what about the state of the Union? Here's how the Conservative Party's stunning election victory will affect them...
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Man Utd told to abandon Erling Haaland January transfer swoop
Manchester United have been told to abandon plans to sign Erling Haaland.
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Katherine Ryan chose civil partnership as she 'didn't need to pretend to be a virgin'
'I didn't need to put on a white dress and pretend to be a virgin, that ship has sailed!' comedian says
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Thug, 51, sucker-punches five-year-old boy playing a video game in shop
CCTV shows Jeff Hardcastle calmly smashing an 11-year-old boy from behind before sucker-punching the five-year-old inside a Target store in Lodi, California
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Experience: a burglar made me think I was losing my mind
Things were going missing, but everybody told me it was probably nothingLast year, I moved into a new flat in London. It was the first time I’d lived by myself. In the past, I shared a student house with five others, then later with friends. I’d always been fairly messy and if something went missing it was likely it had been borrowed or misplaced. More often than not, it would turn up.But in my new home, living alone, I was exceptionally tidy; everything had a place. I’d been there for about six months when I couldn’t find a pair of gold hoop earrings I wear almost every day. I’d been to the park the day before, and felt sad that they must have slipped out without me noticing. A day or two later, I noticed a couple of my rings weren’t there. I told my boyfriend that jewellery had gone missing, and he dismissed it, saying perhaps I’d lost them. I figured he was right. Continue reading...
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My life in sex: the woman who has a thing for Moomins
I used to work as a seamstress and was able to create a realistic latex outfitWhen I met H, he was everything I thought I wanted in a man – quiet, resourceful and somehow physically reassuring. He was in his late forties and had a gentle, homely quality that I found sweet and nourishing. But soon he was to show me that I wanted more from a man – more from a human – and that he could give it to me.That winter, we were staying in a cosy ski lodge when H introduced me to the Moomins. I was instantly hooked. I loved their solidarity, their love of nature, their sweetness, and their white curves – I was astonished to find myself aroused by them. At first I felt baffled and ashamed. But then I started dropping hints: I nicknamed H Pappa Moomin, bought him a top hat, fed him up. Continue reading...
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Free Nationals: Free Nationals review – soulful vibes abound
(Empire/OBE)The slinky, funky debut album by Anderson .Paak’s live band evokes gas-guzzling 70s cars with shag pile carpetsThe debut album by Anderson .Paak’s live band sounds like what it is: an album by his crack musicians made (mostly) without the singer-rapper. As with many of the grooves the LA quartet lay down, Kelsey Gonzalez (bass), Ron “Tnava” Avant (keyboard/vocoder), Callum Connor (drums) and José Rios (guitar) pay conscious homage to the giants of funk and soul – most notably Stevie Wonder and Curtis Mayfield. The slinky harmonies are reminiscent of the Stylistics. There are funky drum beats, sci-fi synth noises, fat basslines and soulful melodies that all evoke gas-guzzling 70s cars with shag-pile carpets. Continue reading...
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Why people in Canada’s remote Arctic capital are obsessed with Amazon Prime
Goods can only reach the communities by air or – when the Arctic Ocean thaws – by sea, making the free year-round shipping vitalIguptaq Autut, a comedian from Canada’s Arctic territory of Nunavut, knew he had truly arrived in the territory’s capital the day he walked out of the post office with an Amazon box under his arm. Continue reading...
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Richard Kind: 'I’m a team player, but I also want to win'
The comedy veteran – a star of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Spin City and A Serious Man – is an essential ensemble player. He talks about not taking centre stage and his upcoming role as Rudy GuilianiIt’s an unpromising day to meet Richard Kind, as the first big rainstorm of the winter pounds Los Angeles. The Burbank golf club seems an odd place to meet for breakfast (8am sharp), with hundreds of crows thronging the 18th hole, but, inside the dining room, all is toasty and cozy, especially my beaming host, who exudes the particular warmth and bonhomie that underpins his work.Now, you may not think you know Richard Kind, but really, you know Richard Kind. He is the indispensable ensemble member: rarely up front in TV or movies, but always crucial to the piece he’s in, always the consummate team player. He has been Larry David’s cousin Andy on Curb Your Enthusiasm, has played big supporting roles in Mad About You and Spin City, has done sterling voice work in Pixar movies including Cars and Inside Out, and was the slightly unhinged brother in A Serious Man. His face, built for comedy, with its wedge-shaped mouth and wide-eyed haplessness, always reminds me of a big, wet, happy dog. You are always delighted to see him, and he is exactly as lovable in person. Continue reading...
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Stormzy's Heavy Is The Head review round-up: Widespread acclaim for rapper's second album
One of the biggest albums of the year has finally been released — and the general consensus is that it's a triumph.
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Salzburg chief on unique Liverpool relationship as Takumi Minamino completes transfer
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Sporting director Christoph Freund talks to Mirror Football about the Austrian upstarts' transfer policy, relationship with Liverpool, the rise of Sadio Mane and more
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Thousands of 'wiggly penis fish' wash up on California Beach
The phallic 10-inch marine creatures usually live in burrows under the sand
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Manchester United confirm Paul Pogba training return date and team news vs Everton
Jesse Lingard missed Man United's Europa League win over AZ Alkmaar but United received encouraging news on Paul Pogba and Eric Bailly.
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The moment Mason Greenwood met Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Mason Greenwood is having a terrific breakthrough season at Man United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opened up on their first encounter in 2008-09.
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What has changed at Manchester United since the Everton defeat
Man United were embarrassed by Everton in their 4-0 April defeat that was arguably the worst post-Sir Alex Ferguson performance and they host Everton on Sunday.
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Six bodies retrieved from island after New Zealand volcano eruption
A team of divers are now working on retrieving two bodies believed to be tour guides on the island.
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Coronation Street spoilers: Robert Preston is arrested for murder tonight but is Vicky dead?
Robert is in deep trouble now.
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‘We are going to get Brexit!’ Nigel Farage backs Boris and says UK has avoided ‘NIGHTMARE’
NIGEL Farage has declared an end to 'Brexaustion' which has struck the nation for the last three and a half years as he threw his weight behind Boris Johnson's deal.
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Sinéad Gleeson: ‘I don’t think reading offers comfort – a connection, yes’
The writer on the influence of Maggie Nelson, ditching some Great American Novels and bingeing on Annie ErnauxThe book I am currently readingCorrespondences, an anthology of poems and personal writing from Syrian, Afghan and Nigerian asylum seekers living in Ireland’s horrific Direct Provision system. It’s powerful and rage inducing.The book that changed my lifeSo many: Ink in the Blood by Hilary Mantel, Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison. Continue reading...
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Myles Stephenson admits he spoke to Jacqueline Jossa about Dan Osborne cheating claims
The I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! pair had a sneaky chat on the way to a Bushtucker trial
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Labour won more votes in the general election than in Tony Blair's 2005 victory
But vote share for Corbyn's party is well below past heights, handing party its worst result since 1935
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'Where is Corbyn?!' BBC's Emily Maitlis SHAMES Momentum on Labour leader hiding away
BBC News host Emily Maitlis tore into Labour's head of Momentum Laura Parker as she asked the left-wing politician to "apologise" to Labour member for the lack of response from the Labour leadership to the general election results.
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Voter turnout for General Election was down compared to 2017
The turnout so far in yesterday's General Election is 31,960,517 - or 67.25% of the electorate. 
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I’m A Celebrity’s Myles Stephenson reveals what happened when he and Dan Osborne met after Gabby Allen rumours
The pair came face to face when Myles left the jungle.
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Sky News Australia blasts 'simpleton' Jeremy Corbyn and congratulates Brits for turning against 'hard-left terrorist sympathiser'
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Rugby league star killed by virus had already wrapped her kids' Christmas gifts
Friends and family are reeling at the loss of 'cheeky, mischievous' rugby league talent Natalie Harrowell, 29, who had played for England three times
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Matalan is running a half price sale on Christmas decorations right now
Get your home looking festive for less with Matalan's latest sale on Christmas decorations, with prices starting from only £1
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When is the next General Election?
The Conservatives have won the 2019 general election.
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Election result: Boris Johnson won because Remainers 'f***** it up, Dominic Cummings says
Top aide criticises 'educated Remainer campaigner types' for failing to read the mood
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James Corden looks extremely different on set of new Netflix musical The Prom
Presenter has donned prosthetics alongside co-star Meryl Streep for new Ryan Murphy film
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