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Results checker and live draw the midweek Lotto draw with the UK National Lottery on Wednesday, September 30. Tonight's jackpot is an estimated £2million
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Wedding venue fined £10,000 after hosting 100-person party
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Biden calls debate 'national embarrassment' says Trump's microphone should be switched off next time
Joe Biden kicked off a train tour and immediately began railing against Donald Trump after last night's vicious standoff at the first presidential debate - which he called an 'embarrassment.'
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Parents of teen who took own life receive cruel letter after Halloween request
The 16-year-old killed himself last year and the broken family were stunned to receive a cruel 'sexist and racist' letter that described their tragic son as "selfish"
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Coved-19 cases have now been confirmed at 331 Greater Manchester schools
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Canada: outcry after video shows hospital staff taunting dying Indigenous woman
Joyce Echaquan is seen grimacing as nurses call her ‘stupid as hell’, renewing calls for country to confront systemic racismA shocking video showing hospital staff in Canada taunting a dying Indigenous woman has left a community in mourning and renewed calls for the country to confront the realities of systemic racism.Joyce Echaquan, a 37-year-old Atikamekw woman, arrived at a hospital in the Quebec city of Joliette on Monday, complaining of stomach pain. Continue reading...
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Lyon president offers Arsenal hope of signing Houssem Aouar but sets deadline
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As a lifelong Republican and a patriot, I watched Trump on that debate stage and felt deeply embarrassed
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Neanderthal genes increase risk of serious Covid-19, study claims
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Woman sought revenge on her brother-in-law by falsely telling police he was planning terror attack
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How did Nico Blake die in Hollyoaks and how is she alive again?
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British friends held in Italy still ‘powerless’ after 45 days of forced quarantine
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Derek McMinn: Patients ‘put in danger so scandal-hit surgeon could perform two operations at same time'
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FIFA 21 Ultimate Team TOTW 1 lineup confirmed featuring Bruno Fernandes
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Woman says she’s unsure why she tried to kidnap Joe Montana’s granddaughter
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Hospital patient 'died after blood sugar mistakes'
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Anger as thousands of NHS staff no longer eligible for automatic visa renewals
Medics from overseas have been granted year-long visa extensions since March but ministers have refused to extend the October 1 deadline - despite fears over the coronavirus second wave
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Kylie Jenner changes history as bikini pic causes US voting registration to soar
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Five activists on trial in France for trying to seize African funeral staff
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Man City starting line up vs Burnley includes Cole Palmer
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The Latest: Biden says he would represent all Americans
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M&S releases festive Colin the Caterpillar cake with a fetching little Santa hat on
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Usher welcomes baby daughter Sovereign with his partner Jenn Goicoechea: ‘We’re full of love’
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Porto set to reject Manchester United’s second bid for Alex Telles
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Cabinet Minister Accused Of Fresh Covid Confusion After 'Go Back To Work’ Call
The government faced fresh accusations of sowing confusion over Covid rules when a cabinet minister suggested people should go back to work – days after Boris Johnson issued “work from home” guidance.Work and pensions secretary Therese Coffey told MPs that “we are wanting people to go back to work”, adding “we are now in a position where ‘stay at home, lockdown’ approach is not here anymore”.Labour pounced on her words, claiming they directly contradicted the PM’s own U-turn last week when he advised the public that “we are once again asking office workers who can work from home to do so”.But government sources insisted that Coffey was being quoted out of context, stating she was not referring to office workers but to self-employed workers who had been prevented from doing their jobs early in the national lockdown, rather than office staff.Johnson was himself forced to apologise this week for wrongly stating the new rules on outdoor gatherings in pubs and restaurants in the north east of England.Coffey’s words came as she hinted to the Commons work and pensions committee that she was looking at possible extension of Universal Credit increases that were introduced early in the pandemic.The minister was asked about plans to reinstate in mid-November a so-called “minimum income floor” (MIF) that would cut the benefit for self-employed workers.She replied: “We are now in a position where ‘stay at home/lockdown’ approach is not here anymore. I appreciate there are local restrictions which make things more challenging.“We do think we’re at a point now where the economy is starting to recover, we are wanting people to go back to work. And as a consequence starts to get into the reinstating of the MIF. How we go about that is still under active consideration.”Shadow work and pensions secretary Jonathan Reynolds said: “It’s remarkable that the secretary of state doesn’t know her own government’s advice on people returning to their workplace.“The last 24 hours have left the public wondering if there is anyone in government who does know the regulations. This serial incompetence is confusing and insulting to the vast majority of people doing the right thing and trying to follow the guidelines.”But a government source stressed that Coffey was replying directly to a question about Universal Credit and was being “quoted out of context”.“The secretary of state was talking about encouraging self-employed people on Universal Credit to begin operating their businesses again by reintroducing the Minimum Income Floor. She did not contradict government guidance,” they said.Coffey did however offer hope that a £20 a week increase in overall Universal Credit introduced earlier this year could remain in place beyond next April, when it is due to be axed.Campaigners have called for an extension of the higher rate and in an open letter to chancellor Rishi Sunak organised by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, more than 50 organisations and church leaders warned that 700,000 people will be “pulled into poverty” if the £20 increase was not extended.Coffey said: “A lot of these discussions on what we continue to do with welfare support are still in active discussion with the Treasury.“Of course, some people have lost their jobs. We need to keep considering some of the other levels of support we may wish to provide going ahead.“I do worry about the financial resilience, I’m very conscious about debt challenges.”Related... Asking Boris Johnson To Explain His Own Coronavirus Rules Is 'Gotcha' Journalism, Says Minister Boris Johnson Admits Lockdown Rules Are 'Confusing' As He Struggles To Explain Them MPs Will Get A Vote On Any National Lockdown, Matt Hancock Announces
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Breonna Taylor: Attorney general asks to delay release of grand jury documents
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The Trump-Biden debate revealed the dangers of Britain's 'special relationship' | Martin Kettle
If the US no longer stands as an inspirational model for the world, where does that leave those who defer to it?Ever since the pioneering Kennedy-Nixon encounter in 1960, the questions that political journalists pose after US presidential debates have been the same. Who performed best? Who had the better of this or that part of the argument? Who exceeded expectations or fell short? Who had the best lines and delivered the best zinger? And has any of it changed the election odds? Related: How the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg could change America Continue reading...
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'I married a total stranger - then days later we went into lockdown together'
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My treatment for ADD changed my life, so why can’t I stop worrying about it?
I was struggling with listlessness and despair, as well as the classic inability to focus. The pills had an instant effect – so why do I feel like I’m cheating?I’ve been getting treatment for attention deficit disorder (ADD) for more than a year now. My life has changed for the better, yet I can’t shift some nagging doubts about the whole business.The diagnosis took a while to get to. I had long suffered from a constant kind of chest-bursting, enervating surfeit of adrenaline, dipping alarmingly through anxiety into listlessness and often periods of utter despair. I never linked any of that with my general inability to focus on anything for more than about 15 seconds. Or the fact that I was often just as able to focus on something to the exclusion of everything else for hours on end. Both of which, oddly, are indicators of ADD. I was always drifting off, disengaged. “Daddy, listen to me,” my kids have been imploring me, since they were old enough to yell the words. Continue reading...
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