Prince Harry throws his own father under the bus

REBECCA ENGLISH: Both William and Harry have historically accused Charles of being a 'laissez-faire' father - one more preoccupied with weighty affairs of state than bedtime stories.
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Defiant Jurgen Klopp disagrees with Andy Robertson over Liverpool's title chances
Liverpool closed the gap to Manchester City to 11 points on Sunday and moved into second place after beating Brentford at Anfield, despite the absences of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane
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What the papers say – January 17
A besieged Prime Minister and a conclusion to Novak Djokovic’s time in Australia are splashed across the front pages.
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Met police commander is fired amid bullying and false expenses allegations
Chief Superintendent Paul Martin was sacked from the Met Police after facing allegations of bullying and blowing expensed cash on booze and flight upgrades on a police trip to Florida.
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Chinese spy targeted UK for 15 years and bragged about plot to install MPs in Commons
Christine Lee, 58, the solicitor outed as an agent of the Chinese Communist Party, announced a project to get young Chinese politicians into power in Britain, it has emerged.
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Biden, new Japanese prime minister to meet virtually Friday
President Joe Biden will meet virtually with Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan on Friday
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Five-year-old British girl ‘killed in collision on French ski slope’
The child is reported to have been hit near the edge of a blue slope and died shortly afterwards.
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Five-year-old British girl ‘killed in collision on French ski slope’
The child is reported to have been hit near the edge of a blue slope and died shortly afterwards.
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Fortunes of world’s 10 richest men more than doubled in pandemic, Oxfam claims (cloned)
Anti-poverty group Oxfam calls for governments to impose a one-time 99% tax on world’s billionaires
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Tonga volcano: Second underwater eruption detected sparking fresh tsunami fears
We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story
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Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn spark engagement rumours with sweet Cornwall getaway
Taylor Swift and her partner Joe Alwyn took a trip to St Ives where they are thought to have rented a luxury pad to enjoy a secluded getaway
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Djokovic arrives in Dubai after deportation from Australia
Novak Djokovic has arrived in Dubai after his deportation from Australia over its required COVID-19 vaccination ended the No. 1-ranked men’s tennis player’s hopes of defending his Australian Open title
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Operation Red Meat: The battling blitz of new measures as rattled Tories try to steady the ship 
Boris Johnson (pictured with private secretary Martin Reynolds) is planning a blitz of policy announcements in a bid to seize the initiative and win back the support of Tory MPs and voters.
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Celebrated Tuskeegee Airman Charles McGee dies at 102
One of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen, Charles McGee, who flew fighter combat missions over three wars, has died
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NFL playoffs: 49ers upset Cowboys in thriller as Bucs and Brady rumble on
San Francisco 49ers 23-17 Dallas CowboysPhiladelphia Eagles 15-31 Tampa Bay BuccaneersPhilly’s Josh Sweat inactive after ‘life-threatening situation’Versatile receiver Deebo Samuel ran 26 yards for a touchdown the play after an interception by Dak Prescott, and the San Francisco 49ers held on for a 23-17 wildcard victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.The Cowboys had a final chance with 32 seconds remaining and were at the San Francisco 41 with 14 seconds to go when Prescott took off up the middle intending to slide and spike the ball for a final play. But Dallas didn’t get the snap off until after the clock hit 0:00. After a brief delay, referee Alex Kemp announced the game was over. Continue reading...
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Gene that can slash Covid severity by 20 per cent explains why symptoms hit some harder than others
A gene that reduces the severity of Covid infections by 20 per cent has been discovered by researchers. Scientists said their discovery will help to create drugs that are effective against the virus.
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ANDREW PIERCE: Nadine Dorries is the viewers' champion
ANDREW PIERCE: Some ministers were complaining about the licence fee. She agreed with them and has now acted on those concerns, freezing it at £159.
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North Korea test fires fourth missile in a month – reports
Japanese believe latest launch could be a ballistic missile, making it the second such test by Pyongyang in three daysNorth Korea has fired what could be the second ballistic missile in a matter of days and the fourth this month, according to reports from Japan and South Korea.The Japanese prime minister’s office and the South Korean news agency Yonhap both reported Pyongyang firing a projectile on Monday. The Japanese said it could be a ballistic missile. Continue reading...
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Two vaccine doses and a prior infection provides 90% protection against Covid for more than a YEAR
Having two vaccine jabs and a previous Covid infection provides 90 per cent protection from the virus for more than a year, a Government study has found.
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Arsenal at centre of Premier League accusations as Mikel Arteta admits integrity problem
Arsenal's game against Tottenham on Sunday afternoon was postponed after the Gunners made a request to the Premier League on Friday, which has angered rival clubs in the league.
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Games Inbox: PS Now discontinued, Call Of Duty 2022 risks, and Ubisoft NFT boycott
The Monday Inbox asks what's the perfect story length for games like Dying Light 2, as one reader is not sad to see the Xbox One end.
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Group: Tax rich to fund vaccines for poor hit by pandemic
Anti-poverty group Oxfam has called for governments to impose a one-time 99% tax on the world’s billionaires and use the money to fund expanded vaccine production for the poor
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Boris Johnson accused of attending leaving do and giving speech in December 2020
Partygate scandal deepens with yet another claim of Downing Street gathering
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Dramatic scenes as Kiwis BLOCK cops coming to arrest head of 'New Zealand's Hillsong' with a haka
More than 50 supporters of New Zealand's evangelical Destiny Church blocked police by doing the haka after they arrested their outspoken anti-vaxx leader.
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Most professional workers unhappy with their pay, study suggests
Jobs site CV-Library said its survey found that lawyers, teachers and new graduates were those most disappointed with their salaries.
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Most professional workers unhappy with their pay, study suggests
Jobs site CV-Library said its survey found that lawyers, teachers and new graduates were those most disappointed with their salaries.
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Kanye West and Kim Kardashian ‘kept distance’ at Chicago’s birthday party
They announced their divorce last year.
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North Korea launches unidentified projectile in fourth show of force fuelling war fears
NORTH KOREA has fired an unidentified projectile towards the East Sea, the South Korean military has warned.
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Joe Biden's 'disasters' lead to 'wild' possibility Hillary Clinton could run in 2024
JOE BIDEN's "pile of disasters" have helped lead to the "wild" possibility Hillary Clinton could run in 2024, a journalist has argued.
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Millions of people drink up to FIFTY units a week after alcohol consumption soared during Covid
Statistics from the Royal College of Psychiatrists show that 2 million more people are drinking potentially hazardous amounts of alcohol since the beginning of the pandemic.
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Students made to pay tuition fees for Zoom lectures should revolt, Education Secretary says 
Nadhim Zahawi will today encourage young people to challenge institutions that fail to provide 'any' or 'insufficient' face-to-face teaching as over a hundred institutions still rely on Zoom.
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Earl of Lonsdale heir pays tribute to his artist son after his death aged 21 
Will Lowther, a keen painter who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, died with his family at his side last week, it has been confirmed.
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John Bercow bites back at bullying probe as he faces Parliamentary ban
John Bercow is facing a possible lifetime ban from Parliament. He said he was found guilty on 21 out of 35 claims relating to his behaviour during his decade as Speaker of the House of Commons.
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Professor says Texas synagogue terror attack should inspire Muslims to confront growing Jew-hatred
Professor Abdullah T. Antepli is calling on fellow Muslims to confront the 'increasing anti-Semitism problem' within their community. He slammed leaders he believes further the Jew-hatred issue.
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Comment on Virginia’s lawyer hits back at Andrew’s ‘false memory’ defence saying ‘you don’t misremember sex abuse by a prince’ by Katie Davis
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PM ‘questioned by Sue Gray’ as another claim of a No 10 party emerges
Boris Johnson is alleged to have attended a leaving do for his defence adviser in the run-up to Christmas 2020.
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PM ‘questioned by Sue Gray’ as another claim of a No 10 party emerges
Boris Johnson is alleged to have attended a leaving do for his defence adviser in the run-up to Christmas 2020.
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Seoul: N. Korea fires projectile in 4th launch this month
South Korea’s military says North Korea fired at least one projectile into the sea in its fourth weapons launch this month
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Covid news live: New Zealand begins vaccinating children aged 5-11; French parliament approves vaccine pass
Five- to 11-year-olds will be eligible for jabs in New Zealand from today; a vaccine passport will come into force in France in coming days, with proof of vaccination required to enter public places‘Encouraging signs’ plan B Covid measures may soon be lifted in EnglandFrench parliament approves vaccine pass law to tackle CovidBoris Johnson will address No 10 ‘party culture’, says Tory chiefNovak Djokovic deported from Australia hours after losing visa fightConcerns grow that scale of No 10 ‘partygate’ too big for Sue Gray inquiryItalian nurse accused of giving fake Covid jabs to anti-vaxxers arrestedHello it’s Samantha Lock with you on the blog today as we unpack all the latest Covid developments from across the world.I’ll be reporting to you from Sydney and my colleagues from London will take over a little later in the day. Continue reading...
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Household bills set to soar by almost double last month's forecast
Experts predict basic household spending will be £2,440 higher than at the start of the pandemic - on top of this, families are facing the added burden of a £600 national insurance hike and other tax rises.
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Boris Johnson faces ‘burning deadline’ to keep energy bills down as prices set to soar
Average household could have to fork out extra £700 per year
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New Covid self-isolation rules come into force in England
Isolation period has been cut as government hopes to reduce staffing pressures
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Ghislaine Maxwell showed 'no emotion', juror tells Ranvir Singh in new ITV documentary
A juror from Ghislaine Maxwell's sex abuse trial has opened up to Ranvir Singh about the socialite's lack of emotion as the jury read out their verdict
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Australian Open 2022: Naomi Osaka on court as grand slam begins without Novak Djokovic – live!
Play at Melbourne Park starts at 11am in Melbourne, 12am GMTAndy Murray and tennis world react after Novak Djokovic deportedAny thoughts? Email or tweet @mike_hytnerAs we await the first serve of the tournament, not sure anyone would argue with Andy Murray’s summation of the events over the past few weeks: “It feels everything here happened extremely last-minute and that’s why it became such a mess.”Novak Djokovic is gone but, would you believe it, the world is still turning and that means finally there is some actual main draw grand slam tennis to talk about. After the most drawn-out, scrutinised and lamentable build-up to a major tennis tournament ever, the familiar tik-tok of tennis balls being hit over a net will finally take over from the relentless stream of Djokovic takes on, um, TikTok and such like. Of course, the shadow cast by the saga very much remains over Melbourne Park, and Djokovic will remain a hot topic for some time to come, but at least the presence of the likes of Naomi Osaka, Rafael Nadal and Ash Barty on court today will help return focus to the actual game of tennis. Continue reading...
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UK weather: Snow forecast as temperatures drop below zero this January
METEROLOGISTS warn that snow could batter Britain by the end of January. How low could temperatures drop?
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Shorter isolation period comes into effect as minister offers hopeful outlook
People with the virus can leave quarantine after five full days, as long as they test negative on days five and day six.
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Shorter isolation period comes into effect as minister offers hopeful outlook
People with the virus can leave quarantine after five full days, as long as they test negative on days five and day six.
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Record number of £5m-plus homes sold in London, says Savills
The number of £5million-plus homes sold in London in 2021 reached 522, with 163 sales of them in the last three months of that year alone.
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Ruth Davidson speaks of fears over disclosure of mental health history
Former Scottish Tory leader says she almost did not run for post in 2011 because of concerns that medical records would come outThe former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said she almost did not run for the position because she feared her history of mental health problems would be exposed.The life peer was diagnosed with clinical depression in her first year at university and said she was concerned that standing for the role of leader in 2011 would result in her medical history coming out. Continue reading...
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