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Jamie Carragher admits ‘concern’ over Sadio Mane fatigue for Liverpool
Will Jurgen Klopp take Carragher's message on board?
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The ultimate guide to enjoying Notting Hill Carnival
It's our last chance to have a decent summer.
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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United vs Crystal Palace and Liverpool vs Arsenal results
Manchester United host Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon as they look bounce back from the draw against Wolves.
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Fire breaks out at tower block near Grenfell with 60 firefighters battling blaze
The blaze at Silchester Estate on Darfield Way in London is across the road from Grenfell Tower
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Christie plans for new 10-storey building approved by council - despite objections from Withington residents
Residents have voiced concerns over the height of the proposed cancer research as well as the impact on car parking and air pollution
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Driver finds car surrounded by bollards that were erected while he was away
It's been trapped in the same spot for two weeks.
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Don’t Tell The Bride teases Game of Thrones themed wedding with DRAGONS
The ultimate cringe-watch show returns!
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David and Victoria Beckham snuggle up on super-luxe romantic getaway
The Beckhams jetted off for a dream Italian holiday as they treated themselves to parasailing, wakeboarding and yoga
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Some of the most shared Amazon forest fire images are old
The fires have brought out the kind of misinformation we often see during times of crisis. 
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This Morning debate over weight loss app for kids descends into heated row as Nikki Graheme brands it ‘incredibly dangerous’
The ITV show was discussing a American app called Kurbo that is designed to help youngsters from the age of eight learn about healthy eating and managing weight
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British boy, 12, dies while swimming at Eurocamp site in northern France
The 12-year-old boy, from East Yorkshire, is believed to have got into difficulty in a pool by a man-made beach at the Eurocamp La Croix du Vieux Pont site
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Costa Coffee franchise workers 'not treated like humans'
An investigation is launched after staff from multiple stores complain of poor working conditions.
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Sean Spicer defends himself over Dancing With The Stars backlash
Donald Trump's former press secretary Sean Spicer opens up that #BoycottDTWS controversy.
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Missy Elliott blesses us all with new music on Iconology EP and epic Throw It Back music video
A treat for the eyes and ears.
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Joe Root should quit as captain if England lose Headingley Ashes Test, claims Geoffrey Boycott
Harsh but probably fair.
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Millie Bobby Brown is launching a clean beauty range exclusively at Boots
The Stranger Things teen star is about to launch a new clean skincare and make up line called Florence by Mills that shoppers will be able to buy in store and online at Boots very soon
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M&S announces exciting bank holiday offer for 'Little Shop' toy collectors
UK shoppers who collect M&S 'Little Shop' items are in for an absolute treat this bank holiday
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‘I love working for Lidl’: the harsh reality of being a jobbing pop star
Signed to an indie and working day jobs, girl band Unperfect are the new standard for 2019’s pop scene In the past, pop has represented the ultimate fairytale story via the promise of a seamless transformation from the mundane to the megastar. In the 90s, the Spice Girls became the biggest cultural phenomenon on the planet after answering an advert in The Stage, while up until recently shows like The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent have taken receptionists, call centre employees and recent stage school alumni and made their dreams (temporarily) come true.In 2019, however, numerous artists are balancing the glamour of pop with nine-to-fives: dance-pop duo Nimmo funded their recent debut with “normal” jobs after leaving a previous major-label deal, while Rosie Lowe supplements her income as a part-time piano tutor. Most interesting of all are the four members of Unperfect, a new UK girlband signed to the independent label Xenomania by Brian Higgins, AKA the mastermind behind Girls Aloud, who all have day jobs. Scour their Instagram stories and in between the heavily styled press shots and obligatory Spotify promo you’d come to expect from any self-respecting pop act, there are videos of Soipan (full-time mum and part-time barmaid), Tiah (student), Chloe (model) and Siobhan (administrative personnel assistant for Lidl) going about their daily business. Continue reading...
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An easy ride? Scottish village fuels debate on driving test pass rates
New figures reveal that it is far easier to pass driving test in Highlands than in inner city BirminghamThere are no proper roundabouts. Complaints of gridlock probably just mean sheep are blocking the road. And traffic lights are few and far between.It may be no surprise, then, that figures have revealed that the isolated Highlands village of Gairloch has the highest rate of driving test passes in the country, with 86.5% of candidates succeeding against a national average of 45.8%. Continue reading...
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Taylor Swift: Trump thinks his presidency is an autocracy
Exclusive: songwriter discusses her political awakening in a Guardian interviewTaylor Swift has spoken of her disillusionment with American values in an exclusive interview with the Guardian.The 29-year-old songwriter said she began feeling conflicted about what the US stood for when “all the dirtiest tricks in the book were used and it worked”. The Pennsylvania-born musician described the atmosphere in her home country as “gaslighting the American public into being like, ‘If you hate the president, you hate America.’” Continue reading...
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Peaky Blinders fever: from David Beckham-backed clothing to a two-day festival
As the BBC’s cult gangster drama returns, superfans help to take the brand globalGet set for peak Peaky Blinders as the return of the cult gangster drama heralds a global expansion, from a dapper clothing range backed by David Beckham to books, video games and its own two-day festival.The eagerly awaited fifth series of the Birmingham-set show returns on Sunday, making its debut on BBC1, the nation’s most-watched channel – a testament to its elevation to crown jewel status alongside the corporation’s biggest returning dramas such as Line of Duty. Continue reading...
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Pep Guardiola press conference LIVE Man City boss to discuss Benjamin Mendy ahead of Bournemouth clash
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola addresses the press ahead of Bournemouth fixture.
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A lazy stay in Paphos
A trip to the sun-soaked south-west coast of Cyprus
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Geoffrey Boycott delivers damning verdict on England opener Jason Roy after Ashes collapse
Roy has failed at the top of the order.
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Shocking moment parking warden gives a father £75 parking ticket as he visits his son in hospital
Daniel Ingman left his black Land Rover in the car park of Leeds General Infirmary - displaying an application for a parking permit on his dashboard. He was given a ticket while he visited his son.
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As the rest of the high street struggles, Greggs unwraps its 2,000th store
The nation's favourite high-street baker is surging while others collapse - and it has no plans to stop at 2,000 shops either
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When do kids go back to school and when is the next school holiday after summer?
Here are the dates for your diary
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Caroline Flack drinks mugs of gravy like it’s a cup of tea
She's living the Bisto both worlds.
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Nikki Grahame blasts new weight loss app for kids for 'exacerbating eating disorders'
Nikki Grahame, who has battled eating disorders since she was a child, has blasted WW’s latest app for children
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Owning a dog is good for your heart and could help you live longer, scientists claim
Dog owners are more likely to be physically active and have a healthy diet
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Desperate bid by surfers to save baby whale washed up on beach
The whale was stranded on the coast of Lima, Peru.
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Jeremy Kyle's TV return confirmed - as Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield line up to take his slot
EXCLUSIVE: Jeremy Kyle will be returning to TV screens in 2020 as ITV's boss admitted his show wouldn't be commissioned if it was pitched today
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Trump issues ominous warning as looming recession threatens to cost him 2020 election: 'I always find a way to win'
Donald Trump has issued an ominous warning to his opponents amid mounting speculation a looming recession could cost him the 2020 presidential election, saying "I always find a way to win".
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Man stabs ex 15 times as she clutches crying five-year-old daughter's hand in car park
Jordan Anderson, 30, concedes he stabbed his ex Aleah Masih in the Coop car park in Headington, Oxford, but denies trying to murder her
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Indonesian pop stars the Watermelon Duo forced to apologise after 'Bounce' video deemed too sexual
A pair of Indonesian singers calling themselves the 'Watermelons Duo' were reprimanded by authorities and forced to apologise for their videos that featured them bouncing up and down.
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Young mother forced to breastfeed on the floor of train told to 'buy a car' by This Morning viewers
Sophie Molineux, 22 ,was forced to breastfeed on the floor of a train when no other commuters offered to give her a seat. The mum was slammed by This Morning viewers who told her to 'buy a car.'
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'Jewface' row: West End musical decried for cultural appropriation
Jewish actors and playwrights criticise Falsettos for using non-Jews to play Jewish rolesA West End musical about a Jewish family is at the centre of a row over cultural appropriation, with critics saying the lack of Jewish involvement in the production is typical of an industry that sidelines talent from the community.Falsettos, which is coming to London after a successful Broadway run, debuted in 1992 and follows a dysfunctional Jewish family as they come to terms with the Aids crisis. Both its composer and lyricist, William Finn, and the original director and co-writer, James Lapine, are Jewish. Continue reading...
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Swiss women live the longest while Australian men clinch the top spot for males
Swiss women live an average of 79.03 years, according to a study led by University of Pennsylvania of countries with high life expectancies.
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Asian billionaires embark on UK spending spree as pound nosedives
China and Hong Kong’s super-rich buy up everything from skyscrapers to private schoolsChina’s president, Xi Jinping, and David Cameron famously sealed their countries’ “golden era” friendship in 2015 over a pint of Greene King IPA at The Plough at Cadsden, a five-minute drive from the then prime minister’s Chequers country residence.They were clearly a nice couple of pints. A year later the Chinese investment firm SinoFortone bought the 16th-century pub for £2m, and announced plans (which have not yet materialised) to build 100 replica pubs across China. And, this week, the family of Hong Kong’s richest person Li Ka-shing bought out all of Greene King including 2,700 pubs, restaurants and hotels for £2.7bn. Continue reading...
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London youths are filmed stealing an entire display of mobile phones from a shopping centre
The video shows about five teens holding onto the mobile phone display. The gang got away from the Vicarage Fields Shopping Centre in London after a security guard failed to stop them.
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Man wakes up from five-year coma after wife spent 20-hour days caring for him
Doctors had told his wife he would be in a 'persistent vegetative state’.
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Man who appeared in The Exorcist's most disturbing scene was a secret serial killer
Paul Bateson is one of the killers featured in Netflix's Mindhunter - but he had appeared on the big screen years before
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Love Island's Tommy Fury lands new reality TV show with brother Tyson Fury
EXCLUSIVE: Tommy Fury and his boxing champ brother Tyson Fury will be back on screens in new ITV show Meet The Furys
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Ring found on farmland in 1968 dates to 1350 AD and is worth £10,000
Tom Clark, 81, dug up the item of jewellery after finding it with a metal detector while searching an area of farmland in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire in 1979.
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French wine-makers hope for G7 detente with Trump over tariffs
Trump had threatened high tariffs on French wine as punishment for Macron’s tax on tech firmsFrench wine-makers are increasingly concerned about Donald Trump’s threats to introduce high tariffs on French wine in retaliation for Emmanuel Macron’s tax on global technology giants, as world leaders gather at the Biarritz G7 summit this weekend.A new front in Trump’s international trade wars could open up across France’s vineyards, damaging the livelihoods and jobs of small producers, if the US president decides to substantially increase tariffs on French wine as punishment for what he has called the “foolishness” of the new levy on annual revenues of technology firms. Continue reading...
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