The pubs have reopened and Greater Manchester has sprung back to life

It's been a very happy Monday indeed for locals finally released from lockdown
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Traveller TikTok star doesn't use the toilet in the trailer because it's 'dirty' and 'smelly'
UK-based Danielle Jo Lee, whose TikTok bio reads 'Romany and proud', explained she and other travellers prefer not to use the toilet inside their trailers because it is 'dirty' and 'smells'.
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US airlines may start weighing passengers
Passengers could be asked to step on the scales at the boarding gate, as federal aviation authority gets ahead of obesity figures
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Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh runs errands as she approaches end of pregnancy with third child
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Bungalow that sits under a 170-year-old bridge is on the market for £695,000
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Resurfaced photo of Meghan Markle sparks online conspiracy theory about how much she knew about Royals
Photo of Duchess posing with magazine spurs online theory about her claims in Oprah interview
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A night on the cobbles: Coronation Street listed on Airbnb for the first time ever
For one night only, the cobbles will be open to two guests, giving super-fans the opportunity to immerse themselves in the iconic location and adopt the Rovers Return as their next-door neighbour.
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Next Crystal Palace manager: Who will replace Roy Hodgson in charge?
Hodgson’s decision leaves the club on the lookout for a successor
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Tyson Fury negotiating settlement with Deontay Wilder, Frank Warren confirms
It has been ruled that the ‘Gypsy King’ owes Wilder a trilogy bout by September, threatening Fury’s planned fight with Anthony Joshua
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Lorraine accused of ‘scraping the barrel’ after interviewing Meghan Markle’s childhood ex-boyfriend
‘Who next? Her gardener? Her hairdresser’s son’s dentist?’ one incredulous viewer tweeted
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Editorial chief Kamal Ahmed leaves the BBC and announces 'trusted and objective' news start-up
The former Observer executive news editor today confirmed he will part ways will the broadcaster after seven years and launch a new venture with ITN.
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Jamie Oliver: This is how to get the whole family eating five a day
New data from Tesco shows just how lazy we’ve become when it comes to eating five portions of fruit and veg a day. Jamie Oliver’s back to try and change that, writes Hannah Twiggs
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Parents in £9,000 debt blame 'fussy' kids for whopping £1,000 a month food bill
A couple who visit the supermarket 41 times a month and make three separate dinners every night managed to save more than a grand in 24 hours by making some major life changes
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Opinionated, driven and creative - Casey Stoney's exit from Man Utd is a gigantic loss for English game
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Blinken brings Biden's anti-Trump climate policy to Iceland
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is touting the Biden administration's abrupt shift in its predecessor's climate policies as he visits Iceland for talks with senior officials from the world's Arctic nations
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Two brothers offered $75 million after being wrongly imprisoned for 31 years over murder of 11-year-old girl
Henry McCollum and Leon Brown were freed in 2014 after DNA evidence implicated another man
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Lisa Kudrow admits that reuniting with Friends co-stars was 'emotional'
Friends actress Lisa Kudrow says that getting together with her former colleagues - Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer - was "emotional"
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Prince Harry called 'royal pain in the a**' after First Amendment rant
Fox News host Sean Hannity has urged Prince Harry to leave the US if he hasn't happy with the First Amendment, which Harry has called 'bonkers'
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Nationwide launches 5% deposit mortgage with lowest rate yet
Nationwide Building Society has launched a 5% deposit mortgage with a market-leading interest rate of 3.49%, as the range of options for first-time buyers continues to improve.
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Cosplay fan, 21, is jailed for nine years after he stabbed woman, 18, in park toilet
Connor Deegan, 21, was found by police near Little Ilford Park in London wearing blood-soaked clothing and carrying a bag containing a hunting knife which was covered in his victim's DNA.
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Backlash as police officer filmed shouting 'Free Palestine' on street – Met launches probe
THE METROPOLITAN Police is investigating after a video on social media appeared to show an officer shouting "free Palestine" while on duty at a protest in London.
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Dominic Cummings threatens to release crucial Covid decision-making document
The tweet was deleted less than an hour after it was posted
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Fred West news – latest: Police dig up vital evidence at cafe in search for suspected victim Mary Bastholm
Follow live updates amid hunt for teenager last seen at Gloucester bus stop in 1968
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Oblivious driver travels the WRONG WAY down Essex dual carriageway at night
The driver can be seen travelling on the A127 in Basildon, Essex, around 1.05am on Saturday and narrowly misses a head-on collision at the end of the video.
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Last surviving Dambuster George 'Johnny' Johnson calls for medal for Bomber Command veterans
George 'Johnny' Johnson, 99, served as a bomb-aimer on the raid on the Mohne and Eder Dams in the industrial heart of Germany in 1943.
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Katherine Schwarzenegger gushes she knew Chris Pratt was The One 'right away'
Ahead of their second wedding anniversary, Katherine Schwarzenegger has opened up about how she knew where her relationship with Chris Pratt was headed as soon as they clicked
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Harry Kane hoping ‘gentleman’s agreement’ will allow him to leave Tottenham this summer
Harry Kane believes he has a gentleman’s agreement with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to allow him to leave the club this summer.
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Nasty Gal launches tote bag that carries a bottle of wine
Priced at £12, Nasty Gal have designed the ‘Stop and Smell The Rosé’ tote bag that perfectly carries a whole bottle of wine - ready for your next picnic, party or outdoor gathering
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Twin sisters 'took their own lives after sex abuse claims were not believed'
Chris Gould and her twin sister Sam were left feeling 'invalidated' after police decided not to prosecute following sex abuse allegations, an inquest has heard
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Children's nurse Lucy Letby to go on trial next year accused of murdering eight babies
Lucy Letby, 31, appeared at Liverpool Crown Court for a case management hearing having been accused of murdering eight babies at a hospital neonatal unit in Chester.
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Police in Fred West probe remove objects from cafe ahead of excavation work
Mary Bastholm, 15, disappeared in 1968 and she has long been suspected to be a victim of Gloucester serial killer Fred West.
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Families pay tribute to victims of Croydon tram crash ahead of inquest
The 14-week inquest into the disaster in 2016 is due to hear its first evidence later today.
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Meet the Labour lioness: How ‘Grangela’ is battling for stardom
Angela Rayner is by far the most intriguing figure on the Labour front bench — in every sense of the word. Her nickname, “Grangela” reflects her status as a youthful grandmother. It is also fast becoming a reflection of her grand plan to supersede a flailing Keir Starmer as the star of the thinly-illuminated Labour firmament. Hungry enough to earn a tease in the Commons from Boris Johnson as the Labour lioness, “the prize hunter of the pack”, she looked flattered.
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Chrishell Stause glows at MTV Movie and TV Awards after ex-husband Justin Hartley marries Sofia Pernas
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Husband of British mother killed in burglary 'will come face to face with suspect'
Babis Anagnostopoulos, the husband of murdered Briton Caroline Crouch, will come face to face with the chief suspect - a 36-year-old Georgian man - today during a police line-up in Athens.
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Newsboy's Nap and racing tips for Tuesday fixtures including Brighton
The other meetings are at Wolverhampton, Hexham and Huntingdon. Newsboy's Nap and Nb for today race at the National Hunt fixtures
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FREE BBC Good Food: Taste of Summer magazine inside this Saturday’s Daily Mirror
To celebrate the beginning of an exciting summer, we’ve partnered with BBC Good Food to bring you an exclusive summer recipe magazine.
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Stunned family film mysterious five donut-shaped objects hovering in the sky over south London
Mark Banks, 38, was at his girlfriend Vicky Andrews's home near the A2 in Welling with his daughter Aimee, 13, when Vicky spotted the donut-shaped objects out of the window.
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Lily James looks identical to Pamela Anderson in sizzling Baywatch swimsuit
Pursuit Of Love actress Lily James looked like a beach bombshell as she showcased her sultry physique while running up and down Malibu Beach dressed as Baywatch's Pamela Anderson
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East London tower block fire is a ‘wake-up call,’ say Labour
A fire in an east London tower block should be a “wake-up call” Labour said on Tuesday as they called on the Government to set a hard deadline to fix the post-Grenfellcladding crisis.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s best moments as a royal couple
From getting married to welcoming their first child, the couple have celebrated several milestones
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Police officer under investigation for chanting ‘Free Palestine’ at protest
Clips of the female officer were posted on Twitter.
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Harry tells how he and ‘Pa’ Charles could ‘talk for hours’ in resurfaced clip
The Prince of Wales says he's 'very proud' of his 'darling boy' Harry in the Radio 4 interview. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Love Bites review – gleeful salute to theatre’s thrilling return
York Theatre RoyalA mix of music, dance, comedy and poetry delivers a bittersweet reminder of what lockdown deprived us of – and a joyous celebration of live performanceOn the screen at the back of the stage, familiar images flicker: the river, streets in the city centre, the allotments. York Theatre Royal’s reopening event is a resolutely local affair, grounded in the city to which its audience – myself included – has largely been confined since March last year. A mixture of theatre, music, comedy, dance and poetry, peppered with references to local places, it’s a catalogue of York’s creativity.Consisting of 22 short performances, Love Bites was originally conceived for a scrapped Valentine’s Day reopening. But it works just as well as a tribute to the loves that have sustained us through lockdown. The acts represent many kinds: romantic love, parental love, friendship, self-love, love of place, love of language. Maurice Crichton delivers a heartfelt love letter to the theatre itself, while Bridget Foreman’s 5 Minute Call is an ode to us, the audience, and the experiences we have together in this space. These are two of the evening’s most moving performances, offering a bittersweet reminder of what we’ve missed while theatres have been dark. Continue reading...
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Craig Charles: ‘I haven’t grown up much since I was five’
The Red Dwarf star and BBC Radio 6 Music presenter on his love of zany kids’ show The Banana Splits – and why he never dreamed he would work in TVGrowing up, me and my brothers would only really get to watch television on Saturday mornings. Our parents would be asleep after having worked late the night before, so we would have a few hours to ourselves as long as we kept quiet and didn’t wake them up. When they did get up, we would have to do our chores, and, during the week, as soon as the Coronation Street theme tune came on we’d be sent to bed, where we read our comics instead.We got a black-and-white TV when I was six or seven and there was one show on Saturday mornings that I loved: The Banana Splits. I would just get lost in it – there were loads of different segments including a rock band dressed up as animals and then they would show cartoons like Arabian Nights, The Three Musketeers and one called Micro Ventures where they shrank this family into the size of ants so they would experience life from that point of view. Continue reading...
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Coronation Street fans can stay at the Rovers Annexe for one night only
In a once-in-a-lifetime move, two lucky fans can call Coronation Street their home for the night
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Londoner’s Diary: Royalist Dominic Raab redirects portrait to his office wall
Welcome back to the Londoner’s Diary. First up we learn Dominic Raab has snaffled a portrait of the Queen for his private office even though it was meant to go on show in the area of the Foreign Office that’s open to the public. Later today Bimini Bon Boulash tells us she thinks she could convince Sadiq Khan to go vegan after the pair brunched together and church leaders in Soho despair at the “awful” lack of singing in congregations. In SW1A MPs express their fury over the redevelopment of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry and Baroness Campbell explains why she is like Cinderella.
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Capital’s firms on jobs spree as economy starts to spring back
London firms have gone on a “hiring spree” that saw the number of people in work soar during April, official figures revealed on Tuesday.
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