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Liam Gallagher is not a happy man as he’s cut off mid-song over noise curfew rules
You just don't cut the man off during Supersonic!
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Staffordshire Police to be investigated over handling of London Bridge attacker Usman Khan
Staffordshire Police will be investigated for its role in the management of London Bridge attacker Usman Khan following his release from prison, the police watchdog has said.
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Police bullet fired at London Bridge terrorist may have ricocheted through entire top deck of bus, pictures suggest
Independent Office for Police Conduct confirm 'cause of the damage would be a line of enquiry for us'
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Vikings’ Alexander Ludwig goofs around with co-star girlfriend in BTS picture
They're too cute!
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Phil Foden's Man City stats vs Dinamo Zagreb laid bare after stunning performance
Phil Foden caught the eye as Man City wrapped up their Champions League group-stage fixtures with a win against Dinamo Zagreb
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Trump goes on Twitter tear with dozens of tweets as House debates articles of impeachment
He targeted Greta Thunberg, dared to predict a trade deal with China, and said the Democrats were unfair to him
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Rikers has failed like others before it, but the solution is not new jails | Letter
Throughout the history of New York City’s penal institutions, the incarcerated population has remained overwhelmingly poor and disproportionately black, writes Dr Jayne MooneyThe debate over the closure of Rikers and the building of new jails needs to be seen in terms of its wider political, social and historical context (Rikers 2.0: inside the battle to build four new jails in New York City, 9 December; New York’s high-rise jails: what could go wrong?, 9 December).Rikers is often confused with a prison, when actually it largely functions as a county jail, with pre-trial detainees accounting for the vast majority of the population. They are, thus, formally innocent: there because they have been denied bail or, as is more typical, unable to afford it. The structural racism and classism of US society ensure that most are black or Latino, with over half having no high-school diploma. Indeed, throughout the history of New York City’s penal institutions, the incarcerated population has remained overwhelmingly poor – and, especially in the case of Rikers, disproportionately black. Continue reading...
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Staffordshire Police to be investigated over management of London Bridge attacker
The Independent Office for Police Conduct is investigating after it received a referral from Staffordshire Police relating to its contact with the convicted terrorist
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Wall Street hits high as Trump raises hopes of US-China trade deal
Expectation is Washington may abandon plans to raise tariffs on fresh range of Chinese goodsShare prices on Wall Street have surged to record levels after Donald Trump boosted hopes of an imminent trade deal with China.The US president raised expectations that Washington was poised to abandon plans to raise tariffs on a fresh range of Chinese goods this weekend when he tweeted: “Getting VERY close to a BIG DEAL with China. They want it, and so do we.” Continue reading...
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Trump impeachment vote nears as Democrats prepare to deliver articles to House floor
Amid meandering debate and partisan point-scoring the judiciary committee considered amendments to the two counts against Donald TrumpThe House judiciary committee bore down on a vote to advance impeachment against Donald Trump on Thursday with a meandering debate, punctuated by moments of partisan repartee – and fleeting mentions of Bill Clinton and Stormy Daniels – over proposed amendments to two articles of impeachment leveled against the president.The committee was expected to vote on Thursday afternoon to deliver the two articles, charging Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, to the House floor, where the full chamber could vote on whether to impeach Trump as early as Tuesday. Continue reading...
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Tiger that mauled zookeeper to death could have killed children
Malayan tiger, Cicip, 8, pounced on experienced zoo keeper Rosa King, 33, while she was cleaning the windows of his enclosure at Hamerton Zoo in Cambridgeshire in May 2017.
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Man rescues dog after its leash gets caught in elevator doors
'Not all heroes wear capes'
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Tesco is selling pre-cooked ready to eat pigs in blankets for £2
Ready to eat pigs in blankets for eating on the go are being sold at Tesco right now, and people are getting very excited
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His dad took him to Wythenshawe's famous boxing academy when he started being naughty at school - now he's a national champ and set to go pro
Kieran Mcdaid, 16, first joined Jimmy Egan's boxing gym in Wythenshawe after getting into trouble at school... now he's been ranked number one in the country
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Body found in underwater search for missing pilot David Last
A body has been found in the search for a pilot missing since the aircraft he was flying disappeared off the coast of Wales last month.
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Police officer cleared of causing brain injury at student fees protest
Det Con Mark Alston was not the officer who struck Alfie Meadows in 2010, panel findsA police officer has been cleared of using unreasonable force in an incident during the 2010 university tuition fees protests that left a 20-year-old student needing emergency brain surgery.Alfie Meadows, then a philosophy student at Middlesex University, suffered a brain injury after he was struck in the head with a police baton during the protests nine years ago against the tripling of university tuition fees. Continue reading...
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What happened to Ellis in Emmerdale and why was Asan N’Jie sacked?
Ellis is now being played by Aaron Anthony.
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The Masked Singer bosses kicked out audience to stop famous faces being exposed
Panellists Davina McCall, Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora and Ken Jeong were kept in the dark over the singer's identities - and didn't realise some were their close friends
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Fox host says Trump engaged in 'sustained assault on the freedom of the press'
At Newseum event, Chris Wallace says president's 'constant bashing' should not be excuse to 'push back'
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Is this polling station the worst in the UK?
The polling station in Huddersfield comes complete with a leaning portable toilet
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'No question whatsoever' that John Downey's fingerprints are on car park tickets linked to bomb
Fingerprints belonging to republican terrorist John Downey were found on two parking tickets in the Morris Marina car used in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing in London, a court heard.
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The Amazon is a matter of life and death for all of us. We must fight for it | Jonathan Watts
Those who care about the planet’s survival must do more than express messages of support - it’s the world’s new ‘great cause’The fires in the rainforest have finally been extinguished by the arrival of the rainy season, but threats and violence continue unabated against forest defenders. They need international support if the Amazon is to be at the centre of climate action rather than just another distant frontline in the war against nature. Related: Don't invest in Brazilian meat, warn deforestation campaigners Continue reading...
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Dog tries to wake up its dead friend after it collapses on a road in the Philippines 
A faithful dog tried to revive a companion who was allegedly the victim of a hit-and-run on a residential street in the Philippines. He tries nudging him with his nose and prodding with a paw.
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FIFA 20 FUTMAS predictions featuring Manchester United and Man City stars
Here are our FIFA 20 Ultimate Team FUTMAS predictions featuring Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford, Joao Cancelo and more.
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Manchester IKEA evacuated after van bursts into flames in car park - firefighters at scene
AN IKEA store in Ashton, Greater Manchester, has been evacuated after a van burst into flames in the car park.
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Children at 'significant risk’ in Gloucestershire care home, says Ofsted
Residents smeared in faeces and attacking staff at Orbis Abbey Rose, inspectors reportA children’s home for young people with autism and learning difficulties has been condemned as inadequate in all areas after inspectors reported serious and widespread failures which put those in its care “at significant risk of harm”.Inspectors who visited Orbis Abbey Rose in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, last month, described children and staff smeared with faeces, pupils fed on a diet of junk food and children engaged in “highly dangerous behaviours” including smashing car windows, throwing furniture and assaulting staff. Continue reading...
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Susanna Reid is 'more body confident' after Kate Garraway wowed in jungle shower
Susanna Reid feels inspired to be more body confident and no longer fears reaching 50 after Kate Garraway's I'm a Celeb stint
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Paranoid boyfriend who brandished a knife at partner left her feeling 'like a prisoner' in her own home
Adam Wood, 29, from Salford, has been jailed for two years
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'Young people have pushed the climate to the top of the agenda in this election'
Nyasha Duri is a 22-year-old environmental and humanitarian campaigner working on sustainability, as well as serving as an ambassador for the #iwill campaign
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Soldier whose best man punched his bride ‘tried to kill taxi driver’
Dad-of-two Noby James is still in a coma after the attack.
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Mum of girl, 10, tragically killed by drunk driver 'torn apart by pain every single day'
Kim Wilson made an emotional speech on the steps of Newcastle Crown Court after Connor Marsden was sentenced for causing death by dangerous driving for mowing down Melissa Tate in Kenton, Newcastle
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Johnson or Corbyn? Democracy is in trouble when we’re obsessed with leaders | Lea Ypi
We should judge politicians by their values – not by their charismaGeneral election 2019 – live newsCoverage of elections, including this one, inevitably depicts them as a popularity contest between the party leaders – focused on fluctuations in opinion polls and satisfaction ratings. Even where issues rather than personalities seemed to occupy the agenda – with Brexit in the case of Conservatives and the NHS in the case of Labour – the analysis remained concentrated on the respective leader’s handling of these questions. We focus on individuals rather than institutions, on leaders rather than movements.Consider the disproportionate attention given to leadership debates and the criteria used to assess them. Which of the candidates “won” the debate? Did Boris Johnson convince people he is “fit for office”? Did Jeremy Corbyn look “prime ministerial”? Continue reading...
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Scrapyard staff who found £20,000 cash in old safe will donate it to hospices
Kind-hearted staff at Sackers yard in Great Blakenham, Suffolk, have decided to donate the £20,000 to St Elizabeth hospice and East Anglia Children's hospice after finding it in old safe.
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When will the General Election 2019 results be announced?
You'll have to wait a while.
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Teen arrested for riding terrified and ‘exhausted’ young deer in ‘disturbing’ video
After the deer finally got away from Belcher, it jumped into a linked fence multiple times in a desperate bid to escape. 
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Best artificial Christmas trees to buy for 2019: pick one up right before Christmas
If you're considering an artificial Christmas tree this year, these are the best ones to buy right now, just in time for Christmas day.
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Best panettones for Christmas 2019: choose from traditional, boozy and eclectic flavours
If panettone is more your kind of pudding, compared to the traditional flaming dessert - these are the best options that you can try this Christmas
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Breast cancer breakthrough as blood test can quickly match patients with targeted treatments 
The 'liquid biopsy' was shown to be as effective as traditional methods 95 per cent of the time, researchers at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, said.
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Woman who developed severe vomiting phobia because of winter bug finally conquers fear after 11 years of it ‘taking over’ her life
TW: Phobias, self-harming and eating disorders.
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Police called to polling stations three times after voters 'intimidated'
Avon and Somerset Constabulary has confirmed officers went to multiple polling stations amid allegations of male and female tellers intimidating voters in Bristol
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Drunk Briton who told cops 'I've got Dubai Police in my pocket' is jailed for six months in UAE
The 42-year-old salesman was accused of 'causing chaos' in the street and 'harassing passersby'.
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Google rolling out mobile 'Interpreter Mode' that helps translate 44 languages in real-time
The aptly dubbed Google Interpreter will be available on any mobile device capable of running Google Assistant and can be activated by users by summoning the assistant with one's voice.
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Hornsey stabbing: First picture of man, 47, killed in north London knife attack
This is the first picture of a 47-year-old man who was stabbed to death in Hornsey, who police have named as James O'Keefe.
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Estate agent erects spiked gate to stop homeless man sleeping outside
Harvey Richards & West installed the gates outside its shop in Whitstable, Kent. The decision sparked outrage in the community after the gates were posted on social media.
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