Piers Morgan demands Kim Kardashian stop Kanye's 'hateful antics'

GMB's Piers Morgan has renewed his attacks on Kim Kardashian after her husband Kanye West was reported to have been kicked off Twitter for sharing a journalist's phone number
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Man hit by car after trio brutally attack him in town centre dies
The man was left lying in the street after he was attacked.
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London horror: ‘At least a dozen’ police rush to park in capital amid incident
LONDON police have rushed to a park in the capital to reports of an incident.
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Lady Louise opens up on Covid fears as Sophie and Edward take family litter picking
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PSG 'make move' for Dele Alli over transfer with Tottenham future in doubt
Alli did not make the trip to Southampton on Sunday after being left out of Tottenham's squad by boss Jose Mourinho casting further doubt over his future at the club
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SAS Mountain Troop members are barely visible as they patrol in winter camouflage 
The soldiers are SAS Mountain Troops, who are experts in mountain climbing and arctic warfare and are trained to survive and fight in extreme conditions.
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Richard Keys cashing in on infamous 'smash it' remark that cost Sky Sports job
The 63-year-old left his role at the broadcasting giants in 2011 following a comment he made off-air to Jamie Redknapp
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Inside the Great British Bake Off's new socially-distanced series
The upcoming series took place at Down Hall Hotel in Essex after five years of filming at Welford Park in Berkshire, with all cast and crew members undergoing regular COVID-19 testing.
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Woman, 39, was kept prisoner by jealous ex-boyfriend who smashed her face into bathroom door
Katrina Pidden, 39, was left with severe bruising after Mitchell Liversedge, 25, attacked her in their home in Daventry, Northamptonshire. He has been sentenced to five years in prison.
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Alesha Dixon posts message about her Black Lives Matter necklace on BGT
Some Britain's Got Talent viewers complained about the statement jewellery
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Revellers in Leeds hit the town to make the most of final weekend of freedom
Students and young people dressed to impress as they hit the town on Saturday night and enjoyed themselves in the bustling Leeds city centre.
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Alex Telles responds to Manchester United transfer link
The Brazilian's representatives have held talks with United.
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Georgia's Fulton County works to avoid another vote debacle
Voting problems in Georgia's Fulton County, which is home to Atlanta, have become a national flash point in recent elections in part because they have disproportionately affected Black voters
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Tube stations could be renamed under plans by Tory London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey
Shaun Bailey plans to give companies the chance to bid to rename stations as part of a new advertising campaign inspired by the Dubai Metro as part of a £100 million a year sponsorship deal.
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McDonald's worker shares behind the scenes look at how they make food so fast
A TikTok user has been sharing a behind the scenes look at what it's like to work in McDonald's and a recent video shows how staff prepare orders so quickly
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Sturgeon attacked for ‘false claims’ as Tory minster pens letter over Boris's Brexit plan
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GOP hopeful Supreme Court battle will help shift election
Four years ago, the allure of conservative Supreme Court appointments helped persuade skeptical Republicans to support Donald Trump for president
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Thai protesters challenge monarchy as huge rally escalates
<p>Thousands call for reforms to curb king’s powers</p>
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Woman battered with bathroom door by boyfriend after going out with friends
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Alesha Dixon applauded for upsetting racist viewers by wearing BLM chain on BGT
Fans have heaped praise on judge Alesha Dixon for the statement accessory as she wore in support of Black Lives Matter during Saturday night's live semi-final
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Crowds form on sea front after warning 'to keep Blackpool safe'
“No social distancing anywhere, no masks worn in any amusements or shop...it’s a joke!” one local who posted pictures of large queues outside Pirates Bay bar said.
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Peter Andre’s ‘in the dog house’ after joking about wife Emily bedding his body double
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Leicester City announce Cengiz Under deal with amazing Undertaker reference to WWE legend
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Aston Villa team news as Smith prepares to dish out debuts vs Sheffield United
Villa entertain Sheffield United in the Premier League on Monday with boss Smith expected to start Ollie Watkins, Matty Cash and Emiliano Martinez
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Teenage girl, 14, knocked down and killed in St Helens crash
Two men have been arrested by police
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Alpaca pitch invader disrupts Carlton Athletic football match
Play was stopped for 15 minutes while attempts were made to remove "man of the match" Oscar.
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Wetherspoon boss warns new lockdown would put 1m pub and restaurant jobs at risk
A second lockdown and tighter restrictions could spell disaster for hospitality and lead to 900,000 job losses without government intervention, industry leaders have warned.
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Three British friends stuck in 'eternal hell' in Italian coroanvirus centre
Will Castle, 22, Rhys James, 23 and Quinn Paczesny, 20, were teaching English in Florence when they tested positive for coronavirus on August 17.
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Chelsea fans identify Willian problem in Arsenal's win over West Ham
Arsenal triumphed over London rivals West Ham thanks to a late goal from Eddie Nketiah on Saturday night, but there were concerns about the performance of Willian
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James Bond: The 8 actors rumoured to take over from Daniel Craig, from Tom Hardy to Idris Elba
<p>Here’s a list of the stars who bookies believe could be the next 007 – and what they’ve said about it in the past</p>
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Abbey service, flypast mark 80 years since Battle of Britain
Military jets flew over central London and a memorial service was held at Westminster Abbey to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain
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Councillors described as "pompous" for calling gov to withdraw planning proposal
A motion was put forward by the Labour group to publicly denounce the governments latest consultation on future planning
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Queer Eye’s Tan France teams up with Etsy sellers to produce limited-edition homeware collection
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Coleen Rooney puts on united front with Wayne after he 'joked about sex life'
The couple looked cosy at a family party before reports the Derby County footballer joked about their lack of sex life to his showbiz chums
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Daniel Mays: 'You leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of truthful, believable characters'
The actor, relishing his first meal out in months, discusses lockdown, Line of Duty and playing opposite David Tennant in DesIf we’d had this lunch six or seven months ago, Daniel Mays suggests, he would have been banging on about how he never got to spend enough time with his wife and two children. Having been a series-stealing character actor for much of his career, last year, at 40, Mays was suddenly inundated with leading roles – many all at once. As well as the amiable hit movie Fisherman’s Friends, he starred in two Sky series, the comedy Code 404, in which he plays a misfiring robocop, and Temple, the underground thriller alongside Mark Strong, as well as the cultish Netflix Ibiza-rave-murder-mystery White Lines. Back in February, he was telling himself that he ought to take a break, go against all his actor’s instincts and say no to a few things, and then the pandemic made the decision for him.Early on after lockdown, while out on their dutiful daily exercise in their local woods in north London, his wife, Louise Burton, slipped down a bank and broke her leg. Mays went from workaholic father to full-on home carer. “That first month was insane,” he says. “Lou was in plaster, my son was doing his mock exams in the attic and I was homeschooling my daughter downstairs.” Continue reading...
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Susie Lau: ‘The world has changed and so must fashion’
Covid-19 stopped fashion in its tracks: shows were cancelled, collections mothballed. Stuck at home, front row regular and fashion influencer Susie Lau started baking. Then she realised: a creative revolution was happening… Back in mid-March, I was in full-throttle fashion mode. I had just finished up the autumn/winter shows marathon, shuttling from New York to London, and more precariously to Milan, where Giorgio Armani cancelled his show on the final day and cases of Covid-19 in the Lombardy region were rising rapidly. But in Paris, the final leg of fashion month, we were in a suspended state of decadence – going through the motions of attending shows, cocktail and dinner parties with a few scant masks floating around. By the time I finally returned to London, most of Europe had already gone into lockdown; still, fashion went on. The opening of a JW Anderson store in Soho marked the last time I got to hug friends in a crowded bar and wear a super-shiny dress out on a bustling street. We drank our cocktails like they would be the last enjoyed together in a long time. A week later, Boris Johnson gave his televised message for everyone: “Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.”The ways in which the fashion industry and my line of work operate fell like dominoes. The closing of borders everywhere meant that the fashion shows that were slated to happen in May, and the numerous press trips dotted throughout the year, couldn’t go ahead. The ban on gatherings of people put a stop to the industry dinners and parties. Factories all over had ceased production, creating ripples in supply chains which dovetailed with rapidly falling demand. Quite rightly, clothes shops were deemed “non-essential” and physical stores were shuttered. Fashion, with all its ephemerality and whimsy, predicated on people expressing themselves through what they wear in public, had rightly been condemned into a non-essential sin-bin. Continue reading...
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The UK government is attempting to bend the rules on torture | Nicholas Mercer
The overseas operations bill promises to end ‘vexatious’ prosecutions of soldiers, but it is far more sinister than that• Lt Col Nicholas Mercer was senior military legal adviser to the 1st Armoured Division during the Iraq war of 2003It is ironic timing that the overseas operations bill returns to parliament next week, not long after questions of international law dominated the political agenda. This government has already, brazenly, admitted that it is prepared to violate international law with the internal market bill. It is now proposing more of the same with an issue that has received less attention.The way in which the egregious overseas operations bill violates international law isn’t complex or arcane. It seeks to introduce what has been termed a “triple lock” against the prosecution of British soldiers acting overseas. This triple lock includes a presumption against prosecution, a five-year statute of limitations and the requirement of consent from the attorney general before any prosecution can be brought. It undermines international humanitarian law while shielding the government against what may be wholly deserving claims. Continue reading...
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Marcelo Bielsa tipped for Man Utd job as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer criticised
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Man United fans think they might already have Lindelof replacement
Man Utd were dreadful against Crystal Palace on the opening day and fans think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should give another defender a chance.
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Aldi sells KitchenAid stand mixer dupe for £250 less
It comes with accessories to make pasta, mince, sausages, cookie dough and more.
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The Crown’s Elizabeth Debicki ‘terrified’ to play Princess Diana despite it being her ‘dream role’
She'll take over from Emma Corrin.
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Gareth Bale explains role Jose Mourinho played in Tottenham return
Mourinho has long been an admirer of Bale and finally secured his signature this weekend, seven years after the winger left Spurs
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Charity images 'not doing enough' to humanise world's poor
Ekow Eshun’s photo exhibition aims to look deeper at life in the developing worldCharity imagery taken in the global south too often depicts it as “disease-ridden and exotic” and does not do enough to humanise its subjects, according to the curator of a new exhibition that aims to provide a “deeper” perspective.Ekow Eshun, the writer, editor and chair of the Fourth Plinth Commissioning Group, said charity photography and reportage could still often misrepresent the people its creators are trying to manufacture empathy for. Continue reading...
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Hilarious moment ALPACA invades football pitch and charges at players during game in West Yorkshire
A rogue alpaca invaded a pitch during a match between Carlton Athletic and Ilkley Town AFC in west Yorkshire yesterday. The fluffy intruder was caught on video as it charged across the pitch.
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Matt Hancock said he would snitch on his own neighbour for not self-isolating
The health secretary says authorities will 'come down hard' on people who don't follow the rules.
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Abandoned kitten with unique coat finds new cat family at shelter
The cute kitten suffered burns while abandoned on the road.
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What the pandemic has taught Manchester’s food banks in preparing for winter
'The pandemic has exposed the power of what happens when we stand together in the face of adversity'
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Princess Diana's nanny claims royal's mother spent lot of time' with her children
Princess Diana's former nanny, Mary Clarke, now 70, who splits her time between the UK and Canada, told The Sunday Times the royal had a 'sheltered' childhood.
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