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NHS worker, 89, sacked over computer skills wins £200,000 in damages
Eileen Jolly's case could have changed the face of age discrimination in the UK
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Blake Lively wipes entire Instagram account and leaves nothing but a cryptic film trailer
Did she tag the wrong account in her only remaining post?
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Brazilian Grand Prix: F1 – live!
Lap-by-lap updates from the race in Sao PauloVerstappen takes pole for Brazilian GP with Hamilton in thirdEmail Daniel | or tweet @DanielHarris 4.36pm GMT The crowd look, er, amped. 4.30pm GMT Get into the mood. Continue reading...
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Saturday Night Live: impeachment hearings sketch a flat soap opera
Cold open filled with bad blocking, heavy mugging and wastes Jon Hamm, but episode picks up steam along the wayThis week’s Saturday Night Live opens with Days of Our Impeachment, the media’s attempt to spice up recent congressional hearings for the bored public by turning them into a soap opera, replete with all the over-the-top twists and turns – amnesia, sudden declarations of love, surprise returns – found on day time TV.The stars are boring Chair Adam Schiff (Alex Moffatt), nasal dimwit Representative Jim Jordan (Mikey Day), former ambassador to the Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch (Cecily Strong) and career diplomat (and “low-key daddy”) Bill Taylor (Jon Hamm). None of these characters are given much chance to make an impression, as a parade of guest characters – Rudy Giuliani (Kate McKinnon), Mitch McConnell (Beck Beckett), Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (Melissa Villasenor) and Myles Garrett (Keenan Thompson), aka “the guy who hit the other guy with the helmet”– continually shuffle in and out of the proceedings. Continue reading...
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An espresso martini bar is coming to London – with chocolate and orange or nutty flavours
And they want to show you how to reuse your coffee grounds.
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Towie’s Amy Childs ‘signs up’ to Celebs Go Dating to relaunch career
Mel B and Love Island's Amy Hart are also on board.
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Scientists disprove Bolsonaro government claim devastating Amazon wildfires had nothing to do with deforestation
'Without tackling deforestation we will continue to see the largest rainforest in the world being turned to ashes'
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Gilets jaunes mark anniversary of first protest
Protesters occupy department store in Paris a day after violent clashes with policeGilets jaunes held a second consecutive day of demonstrations in Paris on Sunday to mark a year since the protest movement was founded.A day after black-clad youths engaged in battles with the police and rampaged around one of the city’s main squares on the 53rd Saturday of yellow vest action, protesters gathered across France to mark the anniversary. Continue reading...
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Bikers re-trace last journey of crash victim Harry Dunn
The teenager died after a collision in Northamptonshire in August, leading to suspect Anne Sacoolas leaving the UK and claiming diplomatic immunity.
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Shopper says John Lewis fitting room policy ‘puts women at risk’
Jean Hatchet visited a branch in Sheffield to find out if men were allowed in women's changing rooms.
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Teenage motorcyclist critical after his Kawasaki collided with an Audi
Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash between a green Kawasaki and a white Audi A3 on Friday
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Ariana Grande can’t seem to stop getting new ink as she shows off huge new hand tattoos
Toulouse is one lucky dog.
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Gerwyn Price finally beats Michael van Gerwen to reach Grand Slam of Darts final
What a win for the Iceman
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Celebrity X Factor viewers 'disgusted' as Nicole Scherzinger screams she 'wants to get naked' with rugby stars
The judge upset fans by lusting over manband Try Star
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Kosovo v England: Euro 2020 qualifier – live!
Minute-by-minute updates from the Group A matchEuro 2020 qualifying fixturesEmail Simon here and tweet to @Simon_Burnton 4.25pm GMT The Kosovo manager, Bernard Challandes, seems quite impressed by this England team: We know exactly against who we will play and we have seen in the last game and all this campaign, England has the best potential offensive in the world now. For me, it’s the first favourite for the next European Championship, with this offensive potential. It’s an advantage for us to play here. There’s a big, big enthusiasm behind the team. People are very proud of the team. Unfortunately we have only 13,000 spectators, but I think the players of Kosovo have a good feeling with the support, and that can help, particularly today. We never lost here, but we never played against such a team as England also. 4.09pm GMT A peek inside the Kosovo dressing room suggests that they are partial to the occasional biscuit: Continue reading...
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Three men arrested after woman was raped while two men watched during 'despicable' attack
The woman, believed to be in her 30s, is currently being supported by specialist officers
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Man stole £13,600 from ‘kind’ woman, 76, then threatened her with naked video
Benjamin Watts' victim offered to help buy him a new van - but he ended up taking more and more cash from her.
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British ‘war crimes’ against children and civilians ‘were covered up’
The Government and the Army have been accused of covering up the killing of children in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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I’m a Celebrity’s Adele Roberts’ Big Brother journey – including Jade Goody ‘Am I minging?’ row and coming out as bisexual
The star is now about to return to reality TV as she enters the I'm a Celeb jungle.
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Katie Hopkins' vile post about debt comes back to haunt her as she's forced to sell £1m family home
The outspoken far-rightwinger once said people with financial troubles only have themselves to blame
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Quirky bungalow stuck in the 1970s goes on the market for £600,000
The three-bedroom house in West Derby, Liverpool is priced at £600,000 and is described as 'the jewel in the crown as far as bungalows go'
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Cristiano Ronaldo scores 99th international goal as Portugal qualify for Euro 2020
Cristiano Ronaldo moved on to 99 international goals as Portugal beat Luxembourg 2-0 to seal qualification for Euro 2020.
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Donald Trump defends Joe Biden against North Korea 'rabid dog' attack
Donald Trump has stepped in to defend his Democratic rival Joe Biden against a personal attack from North Korea who labelled the former vice president a "rabid dog".
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I put my tiredness down to office life - the real reason put me in a coma
Stuart Walters body slowed down almost to the point of death, and then his life changed forever
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Venice floods and global protests: the weekend's best photos – in pictures
The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world, including protest in Iraq, the West Bank and Prague, celebrations in Sri Lanka, flooding in UK and Venice, and fireworks for Havana’s 500th anniversary Continue reading...
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Remember the viral £50 Christmas 2018 advert that made everyone cry? Well the filmmaker has done it again
Philip Beastall is back with a brand new festive advert for 2019 and people are crying again.
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It's a Christmas bargain. High-end bottles of whisky and gin are being auctioned and the starting bid is £1
By Sunday afternoon the highest bid was £6 for a Laphroaig Islay Triple Wood single malt whisky which retails for more than £50 on the high street.
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Bows and arrows and Molotov cocktails as protests in Hong Kong enter sixth month
Pro-democracy protesters are fighting to defend their stronghold in a university campus.
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First look at EastEnders' £87million set: Aerial photos show all-new Albert Square taking shape
The new set of EastEnders is finally beginning to take shape- four years after plans were submitted to replace the current one at London's Elstree Studios.
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My sons died side by side on ecstasy - that's why I think it should be legalised
“If I thought banning drugs works I would support it, of course."
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Depraved primary school teacher called girls 'darling' and 'sweetheart' before sexually assaulting them inside classrooms and school canteen
William Brown would secretly film himself moving schoolgirls underwear and groping them inside a primary school in Greater Manchester
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David Tennant and Olivia Coleman crowned UK's hardest working actors
The study analysed one hundred British and TV stars who have either won or been nominated for a Bafta or National Television Award  in the last decade and looked at factors such as versatility.
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Woking's Pizza Express customers struggle to remember first visit
Restaurant joins Zizzi’s in Salisbury on list of UK’s most notorious pizza joints after mention in Prince Andrew’s Epstein interviewOn Saturday afternoon, it was just an ordinary Pizza Express in Woking. By Sunday morning, it had become the focus of international media attention – and second only to Salisbury’s branch of Zizzi on the list of Britain’s most notorious pizza places.The local outlet of the popular chain was catapulted into the spotlight alongside the restaurant that was temporarily closed after a polonium attack last year after Prince Andrew’s Newsnight interview on Saturday night. In the interview, the Duke of York explained that a visit to the Woking venue on 10 March some 18 years ago was his alibi for the allegation that on the same day he had sex with Virginia Giuffre, then aged 17, one of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged trafficking victims. Continue reading...
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How do the parties propose to tackle the climate crisis?
The election contenders have been setting out plans to win over voters concerned about the environmentLabourLabour’s “green new deal” – or “green industrial revolution” – puts a radical environmental plan at the heart of the party’s election offer. It proposes a massive programme of state investment to rapidly decarbonise the economy, which it says would create hundreds of thousands of green jobs. Continue reading...
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Cristiano Ronaldo misses out on 100th strike for Portugal despite 'stealing' goal
Cristiano Ronaldo must wait to reach a century of goals for Portugal despite finding the net against Luxembourg late on in their Euro 2020 qualifier.
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Move over plant-based burgers, this Californian start-up is creating ‘air-based’ meat
Created using NASA techniques, Air Protein is a product more sustainable than plant-based meat.
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Jacqueline Jossa accidentally given 'alien fingers' in I'm A Celeb promo video
Jac is about to head into the jungle and filmed her promo video in front of a green screen
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Watchmen creator Damon Lindelof on fan theories, Easter eggs, and why we might not get season 2 for a really, really long time
We got some much-needed answers from the showrunner himself.
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Grimsby sacked boss Michael Jolley 'over expletive X-rated rant' at local radio journalists
The 42-year-old used the f-word 58 times in a four-minute private conversation with BBC Humberside reporters which reportedly cost him his job at Blundell Park
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Are the Tories' green commitments all talk and little action?
Conservative policies since 2010 have been characterised by confusion and mixed messagesScientists and climate advisers condemn Tory recordHow do the parties propose to tackle the climate crisis?Just after calling the general election, Boris Johnson’s government made two almost simultaneous policy announcements that encapsulated the longstanding contradictions of environmental policy over the past decade.His decision to announce a moratorium on fracking – which the Labour party pointed out was a temporary commitment rather than a ban – made headlines and was heralded as a signal of green intentions, but the go-ahead for a new deep coalmine in Cumbria was slipped out to little fanfare. Continue reading...
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Scientists and climate advisers condemn Tory environmental record
Party under pressure on the climate crisis as Corbyn says the leadership can not be trusted The Conservative party’s record on tackling the climate crisis was condemned by leading scientists and former government advisers on Sunday, as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn warned the forthcoming election was the last chance to halt the escalating emergency.Experts accused the Conservatives of copying right-wing politicians in the US by deliberately weakening environmental protections. Meanwhile, new analysis by Labour reveals environmental policies put forward since 2017 and opposed by the Tories would have led to emissions reductions of over 70m tonnes a year by 2030 – more than the annual emissions of Portugal. Continue reading...
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Roman Kemp's girlfriend on romantic leaving gift and secret I'm A Celeb alliance
Exclusive: Anne-Sophie Flury shares a very different side to the Capital FM presenter and reveals which campmate he's already great pals with
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Where and when will England play their Euro 2020 matches? Fixture dates and stadiums
The Three Lions have the bonus of a number of the tournaments' matches being held at Wembley, but they could face two different paths depending on their success
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Wimbledon legend identifies Man City player who would have been perfect for the Crazy Gang
Wimbledon's iconic Crazy Gang team took no prisoners and John Fashanu has named the Manchester City player who would have fitted in well.
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Cheetham Hill shooting was possible drive-by with two victims blasted in legs
Attack was in broad daylight on Friday afternoon
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