Debenhams falls in retail carnage hours after Topshop owners topple into administration
124 stores face axe as high street crisis deepens before the big reopening
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Women ‘disproportionately worn down’ by second lockdown, finds study
The survey cites not being able to meet friends and being fatigued as reasons for finding the restrictions difficult
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Fauci asks Americans to be 'part of the solution' and receive Covid vaccine
Infectious disease expert says if  ‘overwhelming majority’ vaccinated nation can return to ’robust’ economy
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Cyclists with Extinction Rebellion flags protest removal of hated cycle lane
Kensington and Chelsea Council said the lanes would be removed by tomorrow after a huge backlash from residents including the actor and local Nigel Havers.
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Boohoo and rivals seen as potential bidders for parts of Arcadia and Debenhams
Topshop’s landmark Oxford Street flagship is being readied for a potential sale following the collapse of Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia empire.
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Steve Nicol suggests Arsenal players have ‘had enough’ of Mikel Arteta’s tactics
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Huge Puerto Rico radio telescope collapses; many mourning
Officials say a huge radio telescope in Puerto Rico that has long played a key role in astronomical discoveries has collapsed
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Morbidly obese French man is lifted out of his house by CRANE after being trapped upstairs for year
Alain Panabière, who weighs 661lbs (300kg), has been trapped on the first floor of his house in Perpignan, southwest France, after a fall in July 2019.
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How to look after your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic
It’s no secret that we’re living in unprecedented times. We’ve heard the phrase so much over the past eight months it’s practically become a mainstay of our daily conversations. But it has become a coronavirus cliché for a reason. The pandemic is truly unlike anything we have encountered in our lifetime – so it’s to be expected that we might be struggling to mentally adjust to the circumstances.
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Help the Hungry: Nation’s top restaurants rally behind charity left out of pocket by pandemic
Some of the nation’s most revered culinary institutions are throwing their weight behind the campaign, Marcus Roberts writes
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Couple uncovers 66 bottles of 100-year-old whisky hidden in the walls of their home
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Crossrail work to continue after £825m government loan
TfL says finance will allow line to open in 2022 amid row over London funding in Covid crisisWork to complete Crossrail will continue after a last-minute £825m loan to London from the government kept the delayed rail line from a “disastrous” mothballing.Transport for London said the new financing would allow work to carry on “at pace” to open the new railway in 2022 – but the political row simmered on between the mayor and ministers over whether the capital was being unfairly treated in the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading...
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'Queen Catherine and King William!' Prince Charles urged to step aside and let son reign
KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William should take the throne after Queen Elizabeth II instead of Prince Charles, according to a former Palace aide.
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Boy, 7, in 'serious condition' after being hit by car close to primary school
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New Wave Creatives 2020: the British Fashion Council’s 50 hottest trailblazing talents
Angelica Hicks, Sinead Burke and Pascal Gambarte are among this year’s winners
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Will I need a visa to go to the EU after Brexit?
By 2022 UK visitors are likely to need to apply online in advance before travelling to the European Union
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Moment reckless driver films himself speeding before posting videos online as he is jailed
Justin Dean Jones, 30, of Felinfoel, Llanelli, Wales, was charged with three counts of dangerous driving after uploading multiple clips of himself racing other cars in July last year.
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Hugging set to resume in England's care homes with rapid Covid tests
Protective equipment will still be needed and not everyone will be able to visit before ChristmasCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageHugging is set to resume in England’s care homes with the rollout of rapid testing for visitors from Wednesday but care operators are warning that not all will get a visit before Christmas and protective equipment will still be essential to keep the risk of infection down.Guidelines expected to be announced shortly by the Department of Health and Social Care are expected to allow hugging as long as a visitor is wearing masks, gloves and gowns. Continue reading...
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Michael Owen makes Champions League predictions including Manchester United vs Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Liverpool
United need just a point to qualify. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Sister Sister stars Tia and Tamera Mowry were left off a magazine cover ‘because we were Black’
Tia Mowry of Sister Sister fame has said that she and her sister weren’t given magazine covers because they were Black – even when they were at the height of their fame.
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Most popular baby names of 2020 as 'Olivia' is pushed off the top spot for girls
BabyCentre has revealed its annual charts showing the top 100 most popular boys and girls names from the last year
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TOWIE's Danielle Armstrong accused of flouting lockdown at boozy house party
Reality star Danielle Armstrong is accused of breaking the lockdown rules by attending a boozy house party with a DJ and nobody in face masks
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Crossrail threat lifted as new bailout deal agreed
The threat of Crossrail being mothballed was lifted today as a new bailout deal was agreed to enable it to “press full steam ahead” and open in about 18 months.
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You can now buy a Baileys orange hot chocolate gift set at Asda
Fans of the classic Irish cream liqueur are in for a treat because Asda is selling a Baileys Orange Hot Chocolate gift set in time for Christmas
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Real Madrid's five worst signings as Eden Hazard's misery continues
In light of Eden Hazard's poor spell at the Bernabeu, Mirror Sport thought it'd only be right to review some of Real Madrid's worst signings
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Experts fear a spike in abandoned pets after a FIFTH of 'lonely' millennials buy animals in lockdown
The Pet Food Manufacturers' Association found two million young Britons have recently bought pets and fear they will be abandoned when their owners head back to working in offices.
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Australian scientists link poor hand grip and low blood oxygen
Australian researchers at Flinders University in Adelaide have found a link between poor grip strength and hypoxemia - low levels of oxygen in the blood.
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The burger kit selling so fast it's like 'trying to get Glastonbury tickets'
The DIY kits have been selling out in a matter of minutes
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Strictly 2020: Motsi Mabuse on ‘responsibility’ of being a black woman on TV: ‘I don’t take it for granted’
She returned to Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Kick It Out admits Anton Ferdinand did not get proper support during racism case
'Communication breakdowns' meant Ferdinand did not receive the right assistance
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Matthew Wright stalker handed restraining order after terrifying threat to snatch his baby
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Brexit stockpiling gave UK manufacturers boost in November
Sector had best month in almost three years as firms increased production, finds IHS Markit/Cips surveyBritain’s manufacturers have enjoyed their best month in almost three years as firms cranked up production in case knife-edge Brexit trade talks with the EU ended in failure.The latest survey from IHS Markit/Cips found the industry was unaffected by November’s four-week lockdown in England, with output at its highest since December 2017. Continue reading...
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Millennial Money: Be effective with your generosity in 2020
Dec. 1 is Giving Tuesday, a day earmarked for generosity during the holiday season
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FactCheck: government won’t say how much tiered restrictions will cost economy
Official analysis published last night doesn't shed any light.
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Chinese pupils are forced to smash their mobile phones after bringing them into the school 
Footage widely shared online shows three pupils in China's Yunnan Province being ordered by their teachers while taking turns to slam the handsets on the ground repeatedly.
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Rishi Sunak’s tourist VAT tax will kill jobs and hold back the economy’s recovery from coronavirus
Business Editor Jim Armitage writes an open letter to the Chancellor as retail faces collapse with huge job losses
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Olivia Attwood lays Katie Price feud to rest and praises 'unfiltered' ex-rival
Olivia Attwood has praised Katie Price for being 'so unfiltered' and even credited Katie with inspiring her to step into reality television. The Love Island star even said she would go on I'm A Celeb
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Xbox boss Phil Spencer praises PS5 DualSense controller: ‘I applaud what they did’
The PS5’s DualSense gamepad has gained yet another fan but does that mean the Xbox might also be getting adaptive triggers? News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Teenager, 18, 'attacked' by Meryl Streep's nephew in the Hamptons has medical bills topping $130,000
Meryl Streep's nephew, Charles Harrison Streep, is alleged to have left 18-year-old David Peralta-Mera minutes from death after a violent attack in the Hampton's on August 24.
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Two stallions rear up and engage in an epic battle over mare in Tonto National Forest 
A dramatic fight between two sparring stallions in Arizona's Tonto National Forest was captured in incredible photos by Susan Goudge, a former English teacher out for a hike.
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Brexit Britain finally takes back control of borders! Priti Patel launches new visa system
BRITAIN'S new immigration system, due to come into force when the UK breaks free of the EU's freedom of movement rules in January, has opened for applications.
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Bodybuilder marries sex doll after two years of ‘dating’
Pictures show the doll, Margo, dressed in a white lace gown while groom Yuri Tolochko wore a black tuxedo for the ceremony. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Zara McDermott 'stays the night' at Sam Thompson's flat after cheating bombshell
Zara McDermott and Sam Thompson were pictured outside Sam's home after spending the night together, seemingly confirming they are back together
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Tory ministers are contradicting each other over whether a scotch egg is a ‘substantial meal’ or not
As the UK comes out of a second lockdown and different areas enter tier systems confusion has arisen as what will constitute a substantial meal in pubs.
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AC Milan midfielder Ismael Bennacer speaks out on Arsenal struggles
Did the Gunners make a mistake by letting him go? News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Spanish tennis player Enrique Lopez Perez banned for eight years for match-fixing
Spanish tennis player Enrique Lopez Perez has been handed an eight-year ban from the sport for match-fixing  
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Romain Grosjean determined to bring curtain down on career despite horror crash
Grosjean's contract with Haas expires at the end of the season and he is set to call time on his 10-year F1 career, with few seats remaining for the 2021 campaign
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