'Swampy' branded 'reckless' for allowing his son, 16, to stay with him in makeshift tunnels

Rory Hooper, 16, (left) has joined his father Dan, better known as 'Swampy,' by staying in makeshift tunnels underneath Euston Square Gardens. Experts fear the tunnels are at risk of collapse.
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Wild deer shot outside school over fears it might attack pupils
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Erling Haaland gives green light to Real Madrid over £112m transfer in blow to Chelsea, Manchester United & Manchester City
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EastEnders spoilers: Soap will air tragic death tonight
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Dear Fiona: My boyfriend texted me to tell me to lose weight and ‘get myself together’
Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine tells a young single mum she deserves better!
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Seth Rogen spotted with a mullet on Pammy and Tommy set in sex tape thief role
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Anton Du Beke joins Strictly Come Dancing 2021 panel in Bruno Tonioli’s place
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Pre-watershed TV junk food adverts to be banned under new anti-obesity drive from Government
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Album reviews: Lucy Dacus –Home Video, and Hiss Golden Messenger – Quietly Blowing It
Lucy Dacus delves into old journals for her up-close-and-personal third album, while Hiss Golden Messenger are turning their gaze outward
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Strictly's Craig 'delighted' Anton 'hung up his dancing shoes' to be 2021 judge
Anton Du Beke has been a mainstay of Strictly Come Dancing since 2004 - and after competing in every year, has finally landed a spot on the judges' panel. He's replacing Bruno Tonioli who has been stuck in the US for the last year
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John Grant review, Boy From Michigan: This lovely album shows the artist on his most romantic, melodic form
Like fellow Michigan boy Sufjan Stevens, Grant is so specifically autobiographical that his memories will spark those of his listener
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'I've lost job, home and friends after stalking hell - it's psychological rape'
EXCLUSIVE: As anti-stalking charities warn calls to their helplines are surging as lockdown eases, one victim tells how her terrifying ordeal 'burned down' her life
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Millions of people face roaming charges again when travelling in the EU
Two of the UK's biggest providers have confirmed plans to charge extra fees for customers travelling abroad.
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San Francisco to make vaccine mandatory for all workers
Step will ‘guarantee the safety of all,’ says official
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Lilly to seek FDA approval for potential Alzheimer's drug
Eli Lilly says it will submit its potential Alzheimer’s treatment to federal regulators later this year
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Michael Holding puts words into action with revealing new book on racial history
Holding talked about the need for education in the fight against racism, and he's written the perfect textbook to start the process
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Minister defends Uefa exemptions but admits some coronavirus rules are unfair
Thousands of football administrators could be spared quarantine rules in order to attend games at Wembley.
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Anton du Beke's Strictly career in numbers - from 18 partners to lowest score
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Here’s how a progressive alliance would actually work | Neal Lawson
We have two years to create a coherent approach that appeals to non-Tory voters, who are the majority in Britain todayAfter the crushing 2019 general election defeat, the historic byelection loss in Hartlepool for Labour and the spectacular win for the Liberal Democrats in Chesham and Amersham, the idea of a “progressive alliance” is firmly in the political ether. But what is a progressive alliance, and how can it best work?We start with the “why” of an alliance. The driving reason is political. The critical alliance is not one of parties or voters, but minds and then actions. The societal challenges we face; of climate, culture, care, technology, ageing and inequality simply can no longer be met by any single party. If we want a red, green and liberal future we need to meld the politics of these essential strands into a coherent and consistent political project, with urgency because the march of national populism wants to strip democracy of its power to deliver the hope of this good society. Continue reading...
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Boots launch 'better than Black Friday deals' across selected fragrances
The high street favourite now has huge savings on scents from Hugo Boss, YSL, Marc Jacobs and many more
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Prince Philip: A Celebration goes on display at Windsor Castle
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Secrets of the horse-whisperers revealed as pentathlon team prepare for Tokyo
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Painting by Sir Winston Churchill of wooded glen in Norfolk sells for more than £1.3million
The oil landscape, entitled 'The Moat, Breccles', was created by Sir Winston Churchill in 1921 before it was gifted to the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis in 1961.
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Student gets £60 M&S and Costa food shop for just £9 using 'magic bags deal
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EE to bring back roaming charges when travelling to European countries from 2022
A £2 daily fee will apply when roaming in 47 European destinations, except the Republic of Ireland.
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EE to bring back roaming charges when travelling to European countries from 2022
A £2 daily fee will apply when roaming in 47 European destinations, except the Republic of Ireland.
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Paul Pogba showcased his trademark for France vs Germany
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Greek police arrest Dutch journalist for helping Afghan asylum seeker
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Travellers complain of 'prison-like' £1,750 quarantine hotel as they share images of 'inedible' food
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British-built satellites to help fight climate change and save wildlife
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Jordan North tells bosses he'll be pulling a sickie if England win the Euros
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EU slaps economic sanctions on Belarus over rights breaches
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British Grand Prix confirms it will go ahead in front of 140,000 fans
The announcement paves the way for the largest UK crowd since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, as part of phase three of the government's Events Research Programme.
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Man spends 9 hours getting beautiful tribute to grandfather tattooed
Macca Harper, 26, captured the emotional meeting between his daughter and his grandad on camera last year - now he'll be able to remember it forever
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Son of billionaire Tory peer Lord Ashcroft separated from Jasmine Hartin months before her arrest
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Kate Middleton and Prince William told George he'll be King on seventh birthday, royal author claims
In a new chapter of his updated book Battle of Brothers, released today, royal author Robert Lacey told how William and Kate, both 39, wanted to broach the subject at a 'controlled moment of their choice'.
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Jadon Sancho: Manchester United planning for life with England star as Dortmund ponder new £72m bid
Manchester United are already planning for life with Jadon Sancho after lodging a second bid worth £72million for the England international.
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Johnson says HMS Defender voyage ‘entirely right’ as Moscow warns against repeat
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Russia border countries in Europe cool on Putin talks plan
Countries bordering Russia are worried about a Franco-German plan to resume official meetings with President Vladimir Putin
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Arsenal battling Real Madrid for Alexander Isak and consider £59m bid
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British Grand Prix at Silverstone to host 140,000 fans next month
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