The new dating rules feminism forgot: Put on jewellery when you get home from work

A new breed of self-help gurus are making a mint from teaching female clients how to exploit their womanly wiles. Among them is Persia Lawson who charges £10,000 for a four-month programme.
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University student, 21, killed herself after wrongly being told she failed exam
‘She would have felt like all her dreams and aspirations had finished – for a 21-year-old it’s unbelievable.’
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Supreme Court okays Oklahoma executions after six-year moratorium
The decision comes a day after a federal appeals court said the executions shouldn’t go forward.
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Dillian Whyte left ‘depressed’ by shoulder injury but has sights set on Tyson Fury
Whyte was forced to withdraw from his bout against Otto Wallin after sustaining an injury in camp, but is now firmly focused on a world title challenge in the first half of 2022
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Joe Biden to wade in on Article 16 row: UK on brink of 'diplomatic conflict with US'
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JAN MOIR: The PC royalettes can step aside - Camilla is the one with real courage 
JAN MOIR: Yes, it was 74-year-old Camilla who made one of the most startling speeches I can ever recall being made by a royalette.
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Jury hears opening statements in 'Unite the Right" trial
Jurors have heard opening statements in a civil lawsuit that accuses white nationalists of conspiring to commit violence at the “Unite the Right” demonstrations in Charlottesville in 2017
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RuPaul’s Drag Race UK season 3: Fans floored as Lulu makes outrageous X-rated joke as guest judge
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Lucas Moura warns Tottenham team-mates of 'dangerous' Manchester United
Manchester United make the trip to north London on Saturday as two of the Premier League's under-fire managers face off
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California judge rejects water deal for major farm supplier
A California judge has rejected a contract granting permanent access to U.S. government-controlled water for the nation’s largest agricultural water supplier
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Rival: Violent past should bar Herschel Walker from Senate
Another Republican candidate says Herschel Walker’s history of violence against women should disqualify him from being a U.S. senator from Georgia
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Tina O'Brien and Ryan Thomas have shared their emotions as daughter Scarlett becomes a teenager with the soap stars hailing the youngster
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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Rishi Sunak has picked pockets of Middle England
Although delivered by Dishi Rishi, we're told this was Boris Johnson's Budget. To my ears, it sounded more like the work of Carrie Antoinette. Let them drink prosecco!
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Lewis Hamilton dons cunning disguise to surprise pupils on school trip to Mercedes racing HQ 
F1 driver Lewis Hamilton was unrecognisable in his elaborate latex mask and greying beard, which he wore to prank school pupils into thinking he was an ageing Mercedes employee.
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Zayn Malik DENIES he struck fiancee Gigi Hadid's mum but admits 'harsh words' exchanged
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10-year-old boy sobs after bullies trolled his Tony Stark costume
Jill Struckman, 45, from Missouri, took to Facebook last week to share photos of her son Evan proudly showing off his Tony Stark costume.
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Mohamed Salah told to choose 'massive' Liverpool over Barcelona and Real Madrid transfer
Mohammed Salah is yet to sign a new Liverpool contract but he has been urged to snub Real Madrid and Barcelona in favour of staying at Anfield
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Young left behind by Sunak’s Budget could become lost generation, economists warn
Further education funding is still lower than in 2010 and younger workers face a heavy tax burden for social care
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Sexual misconduct complaint filed against ex-New York governor Cuomo
Complaint filed in Albany court against Cuomo, whose departure followed inquiry that found he had sexually harassed 11 womenA misdemeanor complaint has been filed against former New York governor Andrew Cuomo in a court in Albany, the state’s capital, a spokesman for the New York state courts said on Thursday.Cuomo’s departure followed an inquiry that found that the Democrat had sexually harassed 11 women and capped a remarkable fall from grace for a powerful politician once seen as a likely contender for the White House. Continue reading...
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GORDON BROWN: Hoarding jabs we don't need but the rest of the world does will be a scar on our souls
GORDON BROWN: Despite the efforts of health workers, the world is at a crossroads this weekend: we may be little more than halfway through the damage caused by Covid.
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Why Are The UK And France Fighting About Fish?
A row over post-Brexit fishing rights escalated on Thursday evening as Boris Johnson’s government condemned “unjustified” French threats – and summoned the country’s ambassador in London.It came after a UK boat was detained in a French port – against claims it was fishing without a licence – and threats of further action by Emmanuel Macron’s Paris government.Why was the British trawler detained?The scallop vessel Cornelis was ordered to divert to the port of Le Havre on Thursday after the French authorities said it was fishing in French waters without a licence.The French said that another British trawler had been fined for obstruction after refusing to allow police to board to carry out checks.The owner of the Cornelis, Macduff Shellfish, said the vessel had been fishing legally in French waters and called on the British government to protect the rights of British fishermen.What is the wider context of the fishing dispute?Fishing has been a major point of contention between the UK and the EU during and after Brexit negotiations, with the two sides struggling to agree on future rights in European waters.Previous tensions with France over fishing rights prompted Royal Navy ships to be scrambled to Jersey amid concerns of a blockade of the island.Most recently, the UK and Jersey turned down applications from dozens of French boats to fish in their waters in what Paris said was a breach of Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal with the EU.France said it would seek support from Brussels for potential “retaliatory measures” and has also threatened to cut the UK off from energy supplies.How did Brexit spark the fishing feud?When the UK left the EU, it also left the common fisheries policy, which since 1970 has allowed members access to European waters outside the first 12 nautical miles of each country’s coastline.The Brexit deal outlined how EU boats could continue to fish in UK waters, but British fishermen would get a greater share of fish from domestic waters.Most of the share is being transferred to the UK this year, and there will be annual negotiations to decide how the catch is shared out going forwards.What have the French said?French ministers have warned they will block British boats from some French ports and tighten checks on vessels travelling between France and the UK if the issue is not resolved by Tuesday.France’s Europe minister, Clement Beaune, told French TV news channel CNews: “We have been extremely patient. Our fishermen have been extremely responsible.“And so, from November 2, it’s over. We will engage in dialogue if the British want to, but we are taking retaliatory measures.”How has the UK government responded?Earlier on Thursday, environment secretary George Eustice said the French threats appeared to breach international law and warned the UK would respond in an “appropriate and calibrated” manner if they were carried out.In an emergency Commons statement, Eustice said the vessel had been granted a licence by the EU but there were reports that it subsequently had been removed from the list of vessels permitted to fish in French waters for reasons that were unclear.Downing Street said it was continuing to seek talks with the French government and the European Commission to resolve the dispute over fishing licences.Mr Eustice said the UK has licensed 98% of EU vessels that have applied for access post-Brexit and more are expected to be granted following “constructive” talks with the European Commission.I have instructed Europe Minister Wendy Morton to summon the French Ambassador to the UK for talks tomorrow to explain the disappointing and disproportionate threats made against the UK and Channel Islands.— Liz Truss (@trussliz) October 28, 2021But in a sign of growing concern in Westminster, Brexit minister Lord Frost chaired a meeting to consider the government’s response.“The proposed French actions are unjustified and do not appear to be compatible on the EU’s part with the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) or wider international law,” a UK government spokesman said.“We regret the confrontational language that has been consistently used by the French government on this issue, which makes this situation no easier to resolve.“We have raised our concerns strongly with both the French and the EU Commission. As a next step, the foreign secretary has instructed minister (Wendy) Morton to summon the French Ambassador.”Related...Government Makes U-Turn On Dumping Raw Sewage Into The SeaThe Government Makes U-Turn To Avoid A Mass Pig Culling. Here's What's HappenedRishi Sunak Leaves People Exasperated As He Forgets Which Northern Town He's In
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Alec Baldwin gun tragedy would NEVER happen here: Matthew Vaughn blames 'gun culture' of the US
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Film maker Matthew Vaughn said America's 'mad, obsessive gun culture' was to blame for the tragic shooting involving Hollywood star Alec Baldwin.
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Holly Willoughby 'lost a part of herself' juggling TV career and family life
This Morning host Holly Willoughby has shared her journey on reconnecting with herself, as she releases her new book titled Reflections
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Public supports nationalising ‘gig economy’ apps such as Deliveroo and Uber to improve working conditions
Oxford University study finds strong support for action on gig economy
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Emily Maitlis stalker tells court he broke restraining order 'to prove innocence'
Edward Vines claims he had ‘reasonable excuse’ to breach court order by writing letters to BBC presenter from prison
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Zayn Malik ‘adamantly’ denies claim he ‘struck’ Gigi Hadid’s mother Yolanda Hadid and releases statement
‘I am hopeful though for healing for all involved,’ says Malik
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Jack Whitehall and his father Michael make unlikely travelling companions
Jack Whitehall and his father have travelled together for five series of Netflix's Travels With My Father. In a new book, Comedian Jack reveals a selection of gruesome family holidays.
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A new book explores just about every area of life
Dr Adam Rutherford and Dr Hannah Fry are the brains behind Radio 4 series The Curious Cases Of Rutherford & Fry. The clever pair have penned a book exploring just about every area of life.
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Nature writer reveals the significance of songbirds as the number of skylarks falls
The numbers of Skylarks have fallen by 1.5 million pairs in the past 25 years. In a new book, John Lewis-Stempel reveals how deeply ingrained the bird is in our national consciousness.
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Crowds hurled stones at seal as it lay dying on beach
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Manchester United joined in Kalvin Phillips race by Liverpool and more transfer rumours
Kalvin Phillips is a player in-demand at the moment and Manchester United have been heavily linked with his signature.
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Stern judge among key players in Kyle Rittenhouse trial
Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, an 18-year-old Illinois man accused of killing two people and wounding a third during a protest over police brutality in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year
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A very unlikely sex god: H.G. Wells wrote some of the greatest science fiction of all time
H. G. Wells is best known for classic works The Time Machine (1895) and The War Of The Worlds (1898). In a new biography, Claire Tomalin explores the life of the writer born in Bromley, London, in 1866.
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‘We refuse to become vaccination police’: In-N-Out Burger is a leading mandate opponent on the West Coast
‘It is unreasonable, invasive, and unsafe to force our restaurant associates to segregate customers’ said the fast food outlet
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WHAT BOOK would novelist Maggie Shipstead take to a desert island? 
Maggie Shipstead is currently reading The Far Land: 200 Years Of Murder, Mania And Mutiny In The South Pacific. The novelist would take War And Peace to a desert island.
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EXPLAINER: What is the metaverse and how will it work?
The term “metaverse” is the latest buzzword to capture the tech industry’s imagination _ so much so that one of the best-known internet platforms is rebranding to embrace the futuristic idea
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Martin Lewis says most kids still aren't taught about money - despite scam risk
Around 60% of schools do not teach any financial lessons to children, despite MPs calling for it, and this leaves them open to debt, scammers and financial abuse
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Ellis Genge hails ‘different energy’ in new-look England squad for Autumn Nations Series: ‘There’s a nice buzz’
England prop Ellis Genge says there is a “different energy” around the team since Eddie Jones overhauled his squad ahead of the Autumn Nations Series, which begins against Tonga next Saturday.
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Dems trying to include help for immigrants in Biden plan
Senate Democrats want to again try letting millions of immigrants stay temporarily in the U.S. as part of President Joe Biden's economic plan
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Ellis Genge: England will benefit from ‘inevitable’ Richard Cockerill ‘flare up’
Genge has played under Cockerill at Leicester.
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Wayne Pivac trying to overlook history ahead of Wales’ clash with the All Blacks
The odds are stacked against Wales in their Autumn Nations Series opener.
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Beach battles and dips in the Channel: Genge braced for autumn Tests
The captain of table-topping Leicester says Eddie Jones’s England have felt the benefit of team building in JerseyWhen Ellis Genge turned up at Leicester five years ago for his loan period from Bristol, the then director of rugby, Richard Cockerill, told the tyro prop he would play for England one day.“I thought he was joking,” says Genge from this week’s England training camp in Jersey. “But he’s been a big pillar in my career and if it wasn’t for Cockers I wouldn’t be sitting here now.” Not only is the 26-year-old loosehead now Leicester’s captain, the Tigers sit proudly atop England’s Premiership as they prepare for Saturday’s east Midlands derby at Northampton and Genge is the undisputed first choice for the England No 1 shirt as they prepare for their autumn Tests against Tonga, Australia and South Africa. Continue reading...
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How mouthguard technology aims to minimise the risk of concussions in rugby
Head traumas have become an increasing issue for contact sport amid legal cases
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EastEnders spoilers: Karen fights to become vegan
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Emmerdale’s Jonny McPherson on importance of Liam’s grief and ‘looking to the future’
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Cuomo accused of forcible touching in criminal complaint
A criminal complaint filed by a police investigator with a court in Albany has accused former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of committing a misdemeanor sex crime, though there were reports Friday that the document might have been submitted in error
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Ex-executive who says he was fired for being a white male awarded $10,000,000
David Duvall said he was let go without cause 'as part of an international campaign [by the company] to promote diversity in its management ranks'. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Obama hails Biden framework on social spending package as ‘giant leap forward’
Former president says framework brings ‘the America we know closer to the America we believe in’
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