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Lice found in amber are 100 million years old and chewed on dinosaur feathers
Prehistoric parasites
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Boris Johnson urged to apologise for 'scapegoating migrants' after saying EU citizens should not 'treat UK as their own'
Campaigners write to PM after he said migrants have been able to 'treat the UK as if it's part of their own country' for too long
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Electric plane makes history in world's first commercial test flight
'This historic flight signifies the start of the third era in aviation – the electric age'
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EuroMillions winner worth £105m says flashy cars are 'a waste of money' after buying second-hand motor
A lottery winner worth £105 million has decided to spend some of his cash on a second-hand car.
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Campaigning and meeting voters has given me hope during this toxic election
In the gloom there are some moments of real community.
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Married mother, 50, denies sex with girl, 17, after teaching her biology at church
Alisa Andrews has denied sexually assaulting the youngster. She faces up to 30 years in jail if convicted
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Trump depicted as Avengers supervillain Thanos in new campaign video
Rather than wiping out the universe with a click of his fingers like in the Marvel Comics movie, Trump's campaign video shows him snapping his fingers to wipe out House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
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Crystal Palace's aim each season is just to stay up, says Alexander Sorloth
Crystal Palace striker Alexander Sorloth has aimed a bizarre dig at the Eagles' ambition of avoiding relegation from the Premier League every season.
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Family of 10 evicted after building secret bedroom in the attic
They are now living in a two-bed flat and claim one of the rooms is unusable due to mould.
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Why do we vote in pencil for the general election?
Voters have previously complained about being given a pencil to vote, so why do we have pencils at polling stations?
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It's the final countdown as every party tries to show they're on our side
We began Brexmas election week with another warming burst of Love Actually. Cheekily taking up the theme from an earlier campaign video by Labour candidate Rosena Allin-Khan, the Tories did their own version, featuring Boris Johnson as a romantic dolt who silently deploys a slideshow of placards to woo last-minute voters — just as Andrew Lincoln's besotted Mark did for Keira Knightley's Juliet in the cosy big-screen lovefest.
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US soap Days Of Our Lives to air in the UK next year
If you simply cannot get enough of soaps, then you'll be pleased to hear that this US mainstay is returning to UK screens!
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Hundreds of homes set to be built on site of world's largest cotton mill
Council planners are recommending to approve the homes on the site of Dunlop Cotton Mill
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Marginal seats London: The constituencies that could hold power
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Stowaway cat survives 12 days at sea in crate before being discovered at British port
A stowaway cat was found at a British port after surviving a 12-day journey on a cargo ship from Israel.
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'Name the source': Prominent journalists call on BBC and ITV to reveal 'senior Conservatives' who spread fake adviser story
Senior editor says 'all lies and liars should be put on the record' after inaccurate reports
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The Reader: The battle for greener housing is raging on
Did you know that homes built in the UK today require three to eight times more energy to heat than energy-efficient homes like Passivhaus (a voluntary standard for energy efficiency which reduces the building's ecological footprint)?
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Paul Scholes reveals his pre-match superstition before Manchester United matches
Scholes has spoken out on how his pre-match routine was very different from what the stars of today enjoy.
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Painting found hidden in Italian gallery wall may be stolen Klimt
Portrait of a Lady, missing for 23 years, believed found by gardener in secret cavityItalian police are investigating after a painting believed to be a Gustav Klimt stolen almost 23 years ago was discovered hidden in a wall of the gallery where it had previously been on display.The location of Portrait of a Lady, one of the world’s most sought-after missing artworks, has been a mystery since it was stolen in 1997. Continue reading...
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Fifa prepares to sue Michel Platini and Sepp Blatter to get £1.5m back
Money has not been repaid to world governing bodyPlatini and Blatter were banned over payment in 2015Fifa is preparing to sue its former president Sepp Blatter and former Uefa president Michel Platini for a return of the 2m Swiss francs (£1.5m) paid to Platini in 2011, which led to the long bans of both men from being involved in football. Fifa’s governance committee passed a resolution last month that as the money has not been repaid, despite it having been ruled an “undue payment” in proceedings of the ethics committee, Fifa should initiate legal proceedings against both Blatter and Platini. Related: Michel Platini, four years on from his downfall, still stalks the stage | Barney Ronay Continue reading...
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Caroline Flack gets boot stuck on boyfriend’s parking ticket ahead of winter Love Island stint
She's not on that plane just yet...
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Water is 'common' on alien worlds, study finds
Astronomers from the University of Cambridge assessed 19 exoplanets for signs of water in their atmosphere and found it on 14.
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‘Young driver KILLED my husband’ Caller savages plan to make over-70s RETAKE driving test
A FURIOUS Jeremy Vine caller hit back at suggestions over-70s should be forced to retake a driving test as she insisted young drivers are "more dangerous" on the roads.
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Pigeons wearing tiny cowboy hats 'glued' to their heads spotted in Las Vegas
Mystery birds of the Wild West go viral as animal rescue group springs to action
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Brexit Party founder forced to resign over Islamophobic comments endorses Boris Johnson's Tories
'Catherine joins a long list of unsavoury characters,' say Lib Dems.
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Crowning Glory: From Prada's panettone to a beer brewed on Ben Nevis, London's most luxurious Christmas treats
The Crown is this year's Christmas hit. Not the monarchy, obviously — what a cheery lunch that'll be — but this year's yuletide must-have, an opulently disguised vanilla and honey panettone by Prada's Mayfair bakery, Patisserie Marchesi 1824 in (where else?) Mount Street. This is the Crown you'll see appearing on the capital's most glamorous tables this festive season.
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Harry Styles’ ‘big pants’ mocked by James Corden as he learns secret to being a good presenter – faking it
James wasn't a fan of Harry's style choice.
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Nurse Cerys Price 'had tramadol-triggered seizure' before crash
Cerys Price, 28, denies causing the death of another driver by dangerous driving.
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Piers Morgan brands Boris Johnson a ‘fridge-hider’ after PM takes cover from Good Morning Britain ambush
Piers is not bemused.
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Woman bags entire Christmas food shop for just £3.50 using supermarket hack
Asda shopper Bonita Aguilera says she's managed to save her mum a fortune by planning ahead and timing her visits in store - she's even managed to pick up frozen stuffing for 11p
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Christmas 1939: the spread of barbarism - archive
The ‘darkest hour’ was yet to come and the Guardian end-of-year editorials were exploring how war had broken out in September 1939 – as well as looking towards post-conflict reconstruction in Europe13 December 1939 Continue reading...
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Piers Morgan congratulates Greta Thunberg on Time magazine cover and ‘stunning impact’ on climate change
He's changed his tune.
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Families of British soldiers killed in 1982 Hyde Park bomb start battle for 'justice'
Families of the four Royal Household Cavalrymen killed in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing said they expect 'justice' as they started a civil case against the prime IRA suspect John Downey.
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Lottie Lion claims she annoys herself in some parts of The Apprentice
The 19-year-old businesswoman says some of her actions and parts of her shown on the BBC hit are not something she's 'fond' of
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Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osborne hint she's pregnant as they land home from I'm A Celebrity
The I'm A Celebrity winner and her husband landed back in the UK, and he dropped a massive hint that they have an extra passenger on board
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Staggering amount Queen spends on Christmas presents for family and staff every year
The Queen uses Christmas as an opportunity to thank the loyal members of staff who have looked after her and other members of the Royal Family throughout the year
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What TV channel is Manchester United vs AZ Alkmaar on? Kick-off time and early team news
All Man United fans need to know ahead of their side's last group game in the Europe League.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019: Amazing photo shows moment mice appear to fist-fight at London Underground station
A photographer captured the amazing moment two mice appeared to engage in a fist-fight on the platform of a London Underground station.
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The Libertines review – still creating their own mythic England
Victoria Warehouse, ManchesterCarl Barât and Pete Doherty’s punk-rock singsongs may be out of step with today’s reality, but they still have their old vigourWhen the Libertines emerged in 2004, the Londoners’ knockabout rock’n’roll and poetic lyrics about a mythical England had real cultural impact. Frontmen Carl Barât and Pete Doherty’s trademark, post-Clash blend of leather jackets, tight trousers and trilbies popped up in the high street and numerous bands were inspired by their blend of the Smiths, the Jam, Chas and Dave and music hall – though few bands now create what is so defiantly and convincingly their own world. The quartet stride on stage to the wartime sounds of Vera Lynn and turn a cavernous northern warehouse into a punk-rock East End singsong.On-stage collisions, hurled microphones and fiery banter have given way to an unlikely development: a tightly drilled, almost – gulp – slick rock band delivering their songs with the care they deserve. Doherty’s problems with addiction are well documented – and this year’s exploits have ranged from arrests to being injured by a hedgehog – but his new haircut takes years off him and his singing is as beautifully crumpled as his suit. There are no new songs (ahead of a projected fourth album), but the 22 they play stretch across their catalogue and so many remain gems. Continue reading...
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Greta Thunberg is named Time's 2019 Person of the Year
The activist, 16, inspired the school strikes for the climate movement. She has become the face of the youth climate movement, drawing large crowds at protests and conferences.
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Star Wars' Naomi Ackie: I gave myself a year to get acting break or quit
Naomi Ackie has revealed that she was considering quitting acting before being cast in the new Star Wars film.
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Sergio Romero lifts lid on frustrations of being Man Utd's second-choice keeper
The Argentinean shot-stopper has been at Old Trafford for four years but has made just seven Premier League appearances in that time
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Caitlyn Jenner fans blast Kim Kardashian and say I'm A Celeb hosts begged for her support
Viewers of I'm A Celeb have pointed out that Extra Camp hosts were begging Kim to get in touch - but she didn't
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Royals attend memorial service of NCP car park king Sir Donald Gosling
Senior members of the Royal Family including Charles, Camilla and William joined celebrities such as Shirley Bassey and Jimmy Tarbuck today to pay tribute to the late Sir Donald Gosling in London.
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Marvel Television is officially shutting down after shows including Daredevil and Iron Fist axed – is Disney+ to blame?
It really is the Endgame.
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