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Christian doctor accused of trying to convert patients is cleared of wrongdoing
Dr Richard Scott was subject to a three-month probe after a complaint that a ‘highly vulnerable’ patient ‘felt discomfort at the use of prayer’.
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Lizzy the Labrador pushes her brother Freddy in a toy car and it’s too adorable
She can also ride a scooter.
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Rihanna rocks around 10ft Christmas tree and we dare you not to feel festive
We are not worthy.
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Christmas starter: Anna Jones’ recipe for grilled miso radicchio | The Modern Cook
An unfussy Yuletide starter and/or cheeseboard accompaniment that’s easily adaptable for vegansStarters on Christmas Day need to be unfussy. Foods with a sour or bitter note are a great way to kickstart a meal: radicchio and radish pair here in pink and red technicolour, and are tempered by the sweetness of miso and honey. I will be using some dairy-free cheese for the vegans at the table – Kinda Co makes my favourite. Continue reading...
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What time are my constituency results announced? Info for London and UK
Here's when to expect when you might find out who your MP is on December 12
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Why Manchester United are not surprised by Fred's form
Man Utd midfielder Fred is in excellent form and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been impressed by his recent performances.
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Ian McKellen by Garry O’Connor review – from Richard III to Gandalf
A fascinating biographical study of a stellar acting career – including the secrets that lie behind itGarry O’Connor’s book about Ian McKellen is as much involved with ideas as it is with facts. It makes no claim to be an exhaustive account. O’Connor has been writing more or less experimental biographies of actors for many years, starting with his classic account of Ralph Richardson, continuing with Paul Scofield, Alec Guinness (twice) and a fine double portrait of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh. A former drama critic, he is fascinated by the mystery of great acting. Of the present volume, he says, quoting Hamlet, but sounding more like a fairground barker: “Here is the height, the presumption of my endeavour: to ‘pluck out the heart’ of the Ian McKellen mystery – how such a single being could create a monumental career of such depth and span; where the ever-charging source of his energy comes from; and how his personality and character have continued to develop and change throughout his life. All in all to make it speak as it never has before, to sound him from his lowest note to the top of his compass.”There is a McKellen mystery and at its centre is his duality, his paradoxical capacity to be both/and. He is simultaneously “deeply secretive, intensely private”, as his former partner Sean Mathias says, and perhaps the most open and accessible personality British theatre has ever produced. Continue reading...
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Can I still vote without a polling card and what do I do if I've lost mine or it hasn't arrived?
Brits will head to the polls this week for the first winter election in nearly 100 years.
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Watchmen’s Yahya Abdul Mateen II breaks silence over show’s groundbreaking Doctor Manhattan twist
Turns out, he didn't know either.
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The magic of Mongolia: Heart-pounding horse rides, drinking mare’s milk and off roading through Asia’s largest desert
'Welcome to the land of blue skies and endless lands.'
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Arsenal line up Carlo Ancelotti talks with senior figures keen on Italian
Arsenal and Everton are set to meet with Carlo Ancelotti, who was sacked by Napoli on Tuesday night, as they continue to explore options for their next permanent manager.
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Men held and women rescued in Luton suspected brothel raids
The raids took place in Luton as part of a human trafficking investigation into modern day slavery.
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Paul Pogba will play 'loads' more for Man Utd insists Ole Gunnar Solskjaer amid injury and exit links
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists Paul Pogba will play 'loads of games' for Manchester United, amid ongoing uncertainty about the midfielder's future.
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Pinocchio review – frightening delight in a post-puppet world
Tramway, GlasgowTreating Carlo Collodi’s allegory with the seriousness it deserves, this sincere and playful production draws a vulnerable boy into the tale’s darkest cornersDon’t be taken in by the opening song. The audience’s donkey noises and swaying arms are just a ruse. They’re as deceptive as Irene Allan’s glamorous Florenzina while she lures poor wooden Pinocchio with a promise of year-round play.No, Dominic Hill’s superb staging for his exiled Citizens theatre is concerned only about drawing us into the darkest corners of Carlo Collodi’s allegory. Without wickedness and temptation there can be no road to maturity. The director and his multitasking ensemble treat the tale with the seriousness it deserves. Continue reading...
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Best party heels: ASOS to Prada, the fabulously festive party shoes from just £25
Step into the party season in fancy footwear
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Nigerian students deported to Bosnia plead to be sent home
Pair mistaken for being illegal immigrants by Croatian police say they are victims of injustice Two Nigerian student table tennis players are begging authorities in Sarajevo to return them to their home country after they were wrongly deported to Bosnia by Croatian police, who mistook them for undocumented migrants.In an interview with the Guardian, Abia Uchenna Alexandro and Eboh Kenneth Chinedu said they were victims of injustice and that the only reason they were forcibly taken to Bosnia is that they are black. Continue reading...
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London’s most wanted criminals in time for Christmas
'People shouldn’t just view it as "helping the police", you are directly helping your communities and the wider London community.'
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Most googled people in the world: Caitlyn Jenner, Kevin Hart and James Charles top 2019 list
For better or for worse, the search engine revealed the names everyone has been talking about this year
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Over-50s specialist Saga appoints former Superdry boss as CEO
Euan Sutherland hired to turn around the struggling insurance and travel companyThe ousted former boss of Superdry will swap leather jackets for cruises and insurance for older customers after being hired to turn around Saga, the struggling over-50s services provider.Euan Sutherland will take over the running of Saga in January from Lance Batchelor, who announced in June that he would be stepping down as chief executive after a profit warning sent shares plunging. Batchelor will leave the company at the end of January. Continue reading...
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Will Boris Johnson still be prime minister if he loses his seat in the election?
It will take a swing of just over 5% for Labour to unseat the prime minister.
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I’m A Celebrity fans don’t buy Kim Kardashian’s excuse for 'abandoning' Caitlyn Jenner
‘You let Caitlyn Jenner down, end of’
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Which football teams have had underwear models as managers? | The Knowledge
Plus: quickfire sackings of derby rivals, trading away-day thrashings and managers sent packing at half-timeMail us your questions or tweet @TheKnowledge_GU“With the interim appointment of Freddie Ljungberg as Arsenal manager, the Gunners now have a former professional underwear model in charge,” begins Sam Rowe. “Are there any other managers who have once been models, past or present, excluding players modelling their team’s kit?”Let’s start by giving you a bit of context on how and why Ljungberg came to be an underpants model. If you can remember back as far as 2006, you may recall seeing pictures of Ljungberg gazing out of huge billboards in just his smalls after signing a deal with Calvin Klein. The story goes that he only landed the contract because David Beckham was reluctant to compromise his image in the UK. Initially Ljungberg had no such reservations and was paired with the Russian model Natalia Vodianova for a global campaign but he soon grew weary of seeing his own flesh everywhere. “It’s weird to see yourself on billboards and I don’t really enjoy it now,” he said in 2007, when he hung up his briefs. Continue reading...
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Lupita Nyong’o subtly shades the Golden Globes after Us nominations snub as movie wins AAFCA awards
She’s finally 'feeling the love'.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer delivers challenge to Paul Pogba amid Man Utd injury woes
Paul Pogba has not featured for United since a 1-1 draw at home to Arsenal on September 30, after suffering an ankle injury
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Boris Johnson 'hides in fridge' to avoid Piers Morgan interview
Aide swears at Good Morning Britain producer who approached PM during pre-dawn visit to dairyLatest election news - live updatesBoris Johnson retreated into a fridge to avoid a TV interview, amid rattled nerves at CCHQ over a narrowing in the opinion polls.The prime minister was ambushed by the Good Morning Britain producer, Jonathan Swain, during a pre-dawn visit to Modern Milkman, a business in the Tory-held constituency of Pudsey, in Yorkshire. Continue reading...
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Judge blocks Trump from using military funds for border wall
'The president is not a king,' says legal campaigner
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Stop using the NHS for cheap political stunts – it's an insult to our selfless health service staff
Send your letters to letters@independent.co.uk
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Paul Pogba gets boost from Manchester United
Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has spoken about Paul Pogba ahead of his comeback from injury.
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Former High Sheriff's last words to her husband before drowning during River Derwent flooding
Millionaire businesswoman Annie Hall, 69, and her husband Michael, 77, were driving home in the early hours of November 8 when their car became stuck in rising floodwaters.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer delivers Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic injury updates ahead of AZ Alkmaar clash
Mixed news for the Red Devils.
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Chelsea draw up £150m January transfer shortlist
With Chelsea free to spend in January once more, the club are eyeing some new additions as they prepare for a Uefa Champions League last-16 tie against a potential European heavyweight.
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Champions League draw 2019: Liverpool's possible next opponents ahead of last-16
The European champions topped Group E
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Jeremy Corbyn issues his rallying call: 'Vote for hope and real change'
Jeremy Corbyn will tonight urge millions of voters to back Labour and "prove wrong" critics who say his radical agenda for Britain is not deliverable.
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Man's racist, foul-mouthed rant on the tram on derby day caught on camera - it's being treated as a hate crime
'I'm actually a normal man with kids, but City fans just rub me up the wrong way'
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I’m A Celeb voting figures show winner Jacqueline Jossa only just beat Andy Whyment
I’m A Celeb voting figures show the final was a close one - with winner Jacqueline Jossa only just beating Andy Whyment
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Heartwarming moment tram driver stops to help lost boy before reuniting him with his worried parents
The tram driver stopped after noticing a boy with a 'desperate expression' on his face in Prague, Czech Republic. The boy - who only spoke English - is pictured lost at the side of the road.
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Your nearest polling station in Greater Manchester and opening hours
The polling stations for all of the 10 Greater Manchester boroughs
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China steps in as Zambia runs out of loan options
Southern Africa’s third largest economy is a textbook example of the increasing debt facing a fast-growing continentZambia’s capital, Lusaka, was having a power cut, so the only light in the restaurant was from Fumba Chama’s mobile phone. The rapper, better known as PilAto, had just finished uploading a new track to Twitter. The bitter-sweet lyrics (in Bemba) of Yama Chinese describe the concerns of many Zambians: “They put on smart suits and fly to China to sell our country. The roads belong to China. The hotels are for the Chinese. The chicken farms are Chinese. Even the brickworks are Chinese.” Continue reading...
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Bastille's Dan Smith interview: 'Our live shows feel like election escapism'
A freezing Monday in Margate, and the Bastille touring party are, according to Dan Smith, "dropping like flies". Backstage at the appropriately named Winter Gardens, the arena-sized band's frontman admits that their intense, 11-day underplay tour of the UK has been beset by "coughing, sneezing and spluttering".
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Stars don their homes with VERY ostentatious Christmas decorations
As with every holiday, Tamara has blinged up her breathtaking £70million home in ostentatious style, complete with a huge tree and baubles, while other stars have gone for lavish strings of dazzling lights
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Reaching cut-off point with Virgin Media’s sales tactics
I believe a friend was mis-sold a plan and that they should be allowed out of it A friend, who has special needs and lives with his mother on a low income, was approached outside his house by a sales rep from Virgin Media who told him that if he left his current provider he would get the first two months free, inclusive calls and no installation fee.Six weeks later he noticed that, contrary to its sales spin, Virgin Media had tried to take payments for the first month, plus £95 for supposedly inclusive calls and an installation fee. There were insufficient funds in his account and the request was declined by the bank. He was then disconnected. Continue reading...
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Dramatic moment naked model confronts armed burglar who broke into her home while she was sleeping
Model Danii Banks, 29, claims she was asleep when her barking dogs alerted her to an intruder. In the video demands to know what the robber is doing in her apartment in Georgia, U.S.
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Model, 48, doesn't look older than her late 20's and says her vegan diet is to thank for her
Victoria Feather, 48, from London, who has modelled in TV adverts for Guinness and Sony TV, said that she feels healthier and more confident than she did in her 20s, thanks to turning to veganism 15 years ago.
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Manchester United news: Paul Pogba to return from injury before end of year, reveals Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Pogba has been unavailable for 14 matches due to a foot issue
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Peter Andre's chillingly complex relationship with idol Michael Jackson as he stars in Thriller
Peter Andre, who is kicking off a two-week run of Thriller starring as Michael Jackson, has previously stood by his idol amid vile allegations made in the Leaving Neverland documentary
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