Prince Harry must get royal role back say parents of war hero who took own life

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Ex-Hong Kong lawmaker asks Europe to provide 'safe haven'
A Hong Kong pro-democracy activist who is visiting Denmark is urging European nations to allow protesters in Hong Kong “a safe haven.”
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How will Brexit impact Premier League transfers? The new points system and how it works
International appearances and club achievements both play their part in the new scoring system which prospective signings from abroad must pass from 1 January
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Lee Bowyer hails fans return as Charlton prepare to lead the way in London
Eight months after the game closed its doors, football fans will return to grounds across the country on Wednesday night.
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Man ‘sexually attacked teen in churchyard’ then calmly walked away
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Queen heartbreak as another Christmas tradition at royal palace is shattered
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First-time mum dies from blood clot hours after giving birth to son
Her family told how it had always been her 'dream' to become a mother.
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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Mo Farah screams after a leaf falls on him in hysterical Bushtucker Trial clip
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Work-from-holiday properties inspired by the UK’s most famous authors and artists
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Drinkers hit pubs for early morning pints to celebrate end of lockdown
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The Reader: Ripping up cycle lanes is putting lives at risk
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UK coronavirus live: Johnson facing Starmer at PMQs; care homes may not get vaccine first, says JCVI chief
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Americans demand Pfizer vaccine which is still a week away from FDA approval after UK decision
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Voice note emerges providing insight on Marcelo Bielsa's view on Diego Maradona
It has been a week since the sad news of the passing of Maradona and Bielsa has clearly been greatly affected by the death of his compatriot
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Rio Ferdinand claims Jurgen Klopp is copying 'controlling' Sir Alex tactic
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Netflix’s Trial 4 reminds me why I may never be able to forgive black people’s oppressors
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Lone cyclist stabbed after being confronted by bike thugs in Walthamstow
A cyclist was stabbed in the shoulder after being targeted by a thugs who demanded he hand over money.
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A pint at 9am. Pubs fight back from lockdown
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Tory MP tries to claim not letting people without a vaccine into a pub is ‘vaccinationism’
Tory MP Sir Desmond Swayne tried to claim that “discriminating” against people who refuse to be vaccinated is “vaccinationism”.
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I'm A Celeb evictees have secret WhatsApp group with sweet nod to Jordan North
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Real Madrid 'ready Eden Hazard bait' as they eye Kylian Mbappe transfer
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US records its biggest daily Covid death toll since the start of the pandemic with 2,473 fatalities
The figures published by the Covid Tracking Project showed 2,473 deaths and 99,000 hospitalizations in their latest update.
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Is the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine safe and how was it approved so quickly?
The UK is the first country in the world to approve the Covid-19 vaccine
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Liberté review – gruesome night in the woods as French aristos go dogging
The debauchery of a bunch of bewigged 18th-century libertines is presented with cerebral seriousness, but it’s an ordeal to watchAlbert Serra’s Liberté, or Liberty, is a gruesome midsummer night’s dream of Sadeian horror in which a bunch of verbose bewigged libertines in the 18th century gather in a dark forest in their carriages for some prototypical dogging. (The men are allowed to be old and ugly, the women not.) It is some years before the French Revolution, centuries before Viagra. This film is an ordeal that I never want to go through again, but it’s undoubtedly executed with a cerebral conviction and uncompromising seriousness that no Anglo Saxon film-maker could approach.A group of (fictional) aristocrats, expelled from the court of Louis XVI, approach a sympathetic German nobleman, the Duc de Walchen (played by Visconti veteran Helmut Berger) for help; with his guidance they assemble one moonlit night in a forest for some uninhibited debauchery – and only that quaint word will do. Like joyless vampires, they murmur to each other their jaded, detached appreciation for the spectacles of flogging and bondage that take place in front of them, and periodically participate. Continue reading...
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How to make cullen skink – recipe | Felicity Cloake's masterclass
Scotland’s classic smoked fish soup gets the Felicity Cloake treatmentBritish soups revel in some very peculiar names, from cock-a-leekie to london particular, but perhaps none is more evocative than cullen skink, named after the fishing town on the Moray Firth and an old Scots word for a thin broth. Not that there’s anything thin about this version: packed with smoky haddock and soft, buttery vegetables, it’s the perfect winter warmer. Continue reading...
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Man City legend Kompany annoyed at Pep Guardiola comparisons
Anderlecht manager Vincent Kompany has strongly distanced himself from comparisons with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
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Where Tesco leads on business rates relief others should follow
Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, B&M and co must decide whether to return the chancellor’s giftsThere is joy in heaven over one sinner who repents. There will also be astonishment on earth that Tesco is handing back to the Treasury its undeserved £585m pandemic freebie on business rates. The chances of a U-turn had seemed remote.Only two months ago, Tesco’s board defended keeping the money. While some of us regarded that stance as disgraceful, it would be hard to say the directors were feeling much heat. Even the Treasury, which will borrow £394bn this year on behalf of all of us, hadn’t dropped a hint that it would like a few quid back from the big grocers. Continue reading...
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Widow, 80, leaves This Morning viewers in tears after leaving house for first time in three months
Widow Margaret, 80, from Devon, who left viewers in tears last week after telling how 'lonely' she felt during the show's phone-in, appeared on today's show for a walk with Josie Gibson.
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JANET STREET-PORTER: Boris's barmy tiers are hell for the hospitality industry
Society has moved on since the glory days of the British Pub. Men no longer leave the wife to escape to the boozer after tea and commiserate with their cronies, writes JANET STREET-PORTER.
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World’s most dangerous countries for 2021 revealed
Libya, Syria and Afghanistan among the most high-risk
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People with learning disabilities should get vaccine priority, says ex top medic
Dame Sally Davies, a former Chief Medical Officer for England, said at-risk groups should be in the 'front row for vaccines'
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Mikel Arteta unsure if Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey will be fit for Tottenham derby clash this weekend
Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey will undergo another scan this week as he bids to be fit for Sunday’s north London derby against Tottenham.
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COVID-19 accelerates no-exam trend in life insurance
Social distancing mandates have hindered the medical exams that are often required for life insurance applications
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Berlin's new airport announces closure of terminal just one month after opening
Berlin Brandenburg opened last month but the airport has already announced plans to close one of its terminals and runways due to the effect of the pandemic
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Adventurous baby twins give father an impromptu workout as they take it in turns to play runaway
Daz Hocking was at home in Plymouth with fiancée Sarah Phillips when their one-year-old son Charles escaped out through an open baby gate before his brother William quickly followed suit.
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The Queen's annual Christmas gift-giving ceremony for royal staff is cancelled due to Covid
A generous present-giver, the Queen, 94, often spend thousands on gifts for royal staff, with favourites including a Christmas pudding, champagne flutes or engraved trinket boxes.
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The Pfizer Covid vaccine news has come when Boris Johnson needs it most – but he’s still in trouble
Next week will mark a year since the PM’s remarkable election victory – After a torrid 12 months it can only be an unhappy anniversary
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Savvy mum reveals 'game changer' hack for changing duvet cover
Sophie Liard, from the UK, posted a video to TikTok demonstrating her method for changing a duvet cover. She simply explained: 'Duvet cover is inside out on the bottom, duvet on the top and roll.'
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Why has wedding of Japan's Princess Mako still not gone ahead?
Plans still on hold after revelations about finances of would-be groom’s mother two years agoThey have been together since university, their emotional bond apparently stronger than ever despite being separated by an ocean and a continent. And they have the blessing of a future emperor.But for Japan’s Princess Mako – the eldest daughter of the first in line to the Chrysanthemum throne – and her boyfriend, Kei Komuro, the sound of wedding bells has grown more distant in the three years since they made their relationship public. Continue reading...
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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Emotional family reunions ‘scrapped over Covid fears’
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Russian police arrest ‘Volga maniac’, accused of killing 26 old women
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India avoid whitewash with 13-run win over Australia in third ODI
India 302-5; Australia 289 all out | India win by 13 runsAustralia win series 2-1 despite defeat at Manuka OvalAustralia’s shot at a rare series clean sweep of India were killed off in the final overs as they fell short by 13 runs in the third ODI in Canberra. Glenn Maxwell put the hosts in a position to win the game with a dominant 59 from 38 balls, but his dismissal in the 45th over saw Australia lose 4-21 to be all out for 289.Their effort was in deep contrast to that of India, who smashed 84 runs from the same five-and-a-half over period in their innings. With it went Australia’s chances of their first series whitewash over India since 1999-2000, as the tourists take some confidence into the Twenty20 series starting on Friday. Continue reading...
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How has the new Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine been approved so quickly?
Official regulators have approved a coronavirus vaccine for use in the UK just eight months after the first national lockdown was declared on March 23.
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In defence of our Spotify Wrapped results: Explaining our most listened-to songs of 2020
It’s been a tough year, ok?
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Royal Mail and DPD customers urged to watch out for delivery scam
The Hertfordshire Constabulary has warned of several scam text and emails circulating that appear to be from Royal Mail or DPD
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