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How a photo of a boy sleeping on a hospital floor became the centre of two fake news election stories
The case of Jack Williment-Barr, the four-year-old boy who was forced to sleep on a hospital floor as he waited in A&E, has brought attention on the state of the NHS just days before the election. But it has also put focus on perhaps the other major trend of the election: false and misleading claims that have circulated on social media and been amplified by large parts of the traditional press.
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Star Trek’s William Shatner has filed for divorce from wife Elizabeth, according to reports
They married in 2001.
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Dancing On Ice’s first same-sex couple Ian ‘H’ Watkins and Matt Evers can’t do lifts for ‘anatomical’ reasons’
OK then.
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Who has qualified for the Champions League last-16? Every team through to the knockout stages
The Uefa Champions League last-16 draw takes place on Monday, and a host of Europe's heavyweight clubs have already qualified for the knockout stages.
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Mother of Helen McCourt ‘elated’ after decision to review killer’s release
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has asked the parole board to reconsider granting parole to pub landlord Ian Simms.
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New Amazon deal shows Manchester United and Man City importance of Champions League football
Man City are safely through to the CL knock-out stages while Man Utd are fighting to get themselves back in the big time.
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Liverpool see off stubborn Salzburg to reach Champions League knockout stages
RB Salzburg 0-2 Liverpool: Mohamed Salah missed a hat-trick of chances he would usually put away but scored an outrageously good goal from the narrowest of angles
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Royal Variety Performance viewers fume over ‘insensitive’ volcano backdrop amid New Zealand eruption
The programme was recorded on 18 November before the tragic eruption.
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Eddie Murphy insists he’s ‘over the moon’ with how Coming To America 2 connects with 30-year-old original as fans tell him ‘don’t f**k it up’
We cannot wait.
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Holby City review with spoilers: Can three wise men save Jac?
She needs all the support she can get.
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Peter Crouch hails Naby Keita’s ‘huge night’ as he stars in Liverpool win over Red Bull Salzburg
'He was a threat all evening'
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Jacqueline Jossa says 'it's amazing' winning I'm A Celeb but 'better to be back with family'
The former soap actress was crowned Queen of the jungle on the final episode of the reality series
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Strictly judge Bruno Tonioli tells This Morning that he 'refuses to talk to cast before shows'
The extravagant judge appeared on This Morning to discuss this Saturday's final of the BBC One dance hit and had a surprising revelation
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Trump 'flaunting his oath of office' by hosting Russian envoy and 'echoing Putin's propaganda', Democrats say
Sergey Lavrov arrives at the White House saying he wants to "say good afternoon to the president"
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New Jersey shooting: One police officer killed during hour-long standoff with two more injured
A police officer has been killed in a shooting in Jersey City marked by heavy gunfire that rang out for at least an hour, prosecutors said.
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Diana's 'Travolta' gown sells post auction for £264,000
One of the most famous dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales has finally sold post auction for the price of £264,000.
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General election: Johnson, Corbyn and Swinson back new laws to combat rising 'rough sex defence' over women's deaths
Party leaders back changes to Domestic Abuse Bill to force change in courts
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France strikes see massive protests on sixth day as Macron refuses to drop pension reform plans
No end in sight to travel chaos as worst strikes in decades continue
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Murder conviction for woman who stabbed boyfriend in heart is unsafe, Court of Appeal told
Lawyers say jury did not hear evidence of domestic abuse and a potential personality disorder
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X Factor: The Band viewers brand show 'complete mess' and 'rip-off' of former hit Popstars
X Factor: The Band premiered on ITV on Monday night with Simon Cowell and Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger on the hunt for a brand new supergroup.
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Boss stuns 200 workers by handing them a huge £8million Christmas bonus
Each member of staff at Maryland-based St John Properties was given an average payment of £38,000 to reward their hard work after the company had a successful year
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Strictly Come Dancing’s Oti Mabuse ‘doesn’t want to be linked’ with Kelvin Fletcher amid romance rumours
Oti has fired back at the Strictly Curse claims.
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White Island New Zealand volcano: Victims so burnt they are hard to identify
Thirty burns victims are being treated in hospitals across the country after the White Island volcano erupted on Monday, killing at least six.
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Father of London Bridge attack victim insists Boris Johnson has not 'expressed condolences' over son's death, despite Tory spokesman claims
The father of a London Bridge terror attack victim has insisted Boris Johnson has not offered condolences to his family despite a spokesman for the prime minister claiming otherwise.
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100-year-old Monkey Puzzle tree and 'symbol of Hale' cut down
The rare tree, which tree surgeons said was "dying", has stood in the centre of Hale village in Ashley Road for almost a century
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Sadio Mane apologises to RB Salzburg after helping seal Liverpool’s Champions League progression
So classy.
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Mum of 7 who launched appeal to help feed kids defends partner after online claims
Jenny Grimes, 25, hit back after her own mother branded partner Ryan Rodgers, 26, a "feckless liar" after they set up a GoFundMe appeal to help feed their kids, raising £3,000
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Atlanta Butler missing: Police release new pictures girl, 13, on train five days ago
Atlanta Butler has not been seen for five days since taking a train from Sandy in Bedfordshire to St Pancras in London. Now police have released CCTV images from her local train station
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I'm no Trump fan — but the hyperbolic way Democrats talk about impeachment is getting pretty tiresome
On the same day impeachment articles were filed, Pelosi announced a major trade deal agreement between Democrats and the White House. So let's stop pretending our entire democracy is at stake
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Ballet dancer dubbed the next 'Billy Elliot' dies suddenly at 14
Jack Burns, 14, was found dead at home in Greenock, Inverclyde in Scotland on December 1, and tributes have poured in from shocked friends and family.
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Salford Quays office development could be turned into flats
The buildings sit within a wider waterside complex, which has seen companies including Bupa and construction firms Morgan Sindall and Muse Developments - as well as various government departments - make use of the office space in the past.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton endure 'painful' Royal Variety Performance jokes
Royal Variety Performance viewers slammed presenters Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett while praising the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for 'having to force laughter'
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How was a PM on day release for nicking a phone allowed in a JCB? | John Crace
As Johnson’s vehicle burst through a pile of polystyrene bricks, the campaign hit a new low – and then came JavidGeneral election news – live updatesA digger burst through a wall of polystyrene bricks. At the wheel was Boris Johnson, who could barely contain his excitement. It was touch and go whether he’d remember to brake before taking out a dozen or so members of the media who had been lined up to film the event. The election campaign had just hit a new low.On reflection, it was probably not the best idea to let a prime minister, who was only just out on day release for nicking a journalist’s phone, loose in a JCB. His advisers, doubling up as his probation officers, looked predictably harassed. Boris had said he was going to lie in front of a bulldozer, not on top of one. There again, they should have known better. Johnson has yet to find a place where he can’t lie. Continue reading...
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Huw Edwards on his new BBC election role: I'm not complacent
Exclusive: presenter talks about taking over as main anchor from David DimblebyHuw Edwards has said “the stakes are very high” for the BBC and its general election coverage on Thursday, admitting he feels “a combination of excitement and nerves” as he prepares to succeed David Dimbleby as its main anchor.Amid Conservative threats to examine the BBC licence fee and Channel 4’s broadcasting remit after the election, and BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg having to apologise after being misled over an altercation outside Leeds General Infirmary, public service broadcasters are under immense scrutiny. Continue reading...
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Hoarder battling cancer can't get upstairs and a roast dinner is rotting in oven
Susan, from Kent, hasn't been able to go upstairs in her home for a decade but is finally tackling her issues in Channel 5's Hoarders: Landfill In My Living Room
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'Significant' rise in low-level council tax debts being written off in Stockport
Stockport council  wrote off the low level debts (up to £500) of 168 ‘untraceable’ people during 2018/19 -  an increase of 55 on the previous financial year
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Carlo Ancelotti addresses Napoli sack fears amid links to Arsenal and Everton
Carlo Ancelotti has emerged as a possible contender for both Arsenal and Everton and reports in Italy suggest he could be sacked by Napoli
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Jose Mourinho suggests he's responsible for Scott McTominay being best player at Man Utd
Jose Mourinho hit back at claims he has overlooked academies during his time managing Chelsea and Manchester United, pointing out that youngsters have flourished under him
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When is the Champions League last-16 draw? Date, time, fixtures and every team who has qualified
The Uefa Champions League group stages wrap up this week, and we will soon know which teams will be facing each other in the knockout stages.
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Alison Phillips: How vile to spread lies about truth of a little boy’s plight
The picture of four-year-old Jack sleeping on a hospital floor summed up in one image more than a million words or spreadsheets could ever do. But, sadly, within hours social media messages appeared calling it fake news
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Malin Andersson targeted by troll who threatens to 'throw acid in her face'
The Love Island star was planning to light a candle for her late baby Consy today but felt it was unsafe to do so after the threats
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Freddie Ljungberg's message to Gabriel Martinelli before first Premier League start
Gabriel Martinelli scored on his first Premier League start for Arsenal after receiving a message of encouragement from caretaker manager Freddie Ljungberg
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Jose Mourinho claims Scott McTominay and Raphael Varane prove he is good with young players
The Special One is confident in his work
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Manchester United fans left unsure on Erling Haaland transfer after Liverpool FC performance
Reported Man Utd transfer target Erling Braut Haaland failed to score against Liverpool in the Champions League on Tuesday.
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