This Morning fans say Shaun Ryder is 'TV gold' as he takes on unexpected phone-in

The Happy Mondays singer was on the ITV show to chat to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield about his experience with aliens
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Noel Gallagher admits it was his actions that really started the bitter Oasis feud
Noel Gallagher has claimed that the start of the demise for Oasis came after he gave away a bag of clothes from Liam's fashion label before it launched
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might need to drop his star Manchester United signing
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might need to drop his star star signing at Man Utd in order to save their form and solve a key issue in the squad.
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Gutsy Pep Guardiola transfer decision reaffirmed as Man City thrash Club Brugge
Pep Guardiola's faith in his players continues to be rewarded after Manchester City thrashed Club Brugge in the Champions League, having been linked with Harry Kane in the summer
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What the papers say – October 20
A possible new Delta jab and concerns over booster vaccinations feature strongly in the nation’s newspapers.
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‘Showstopper’ Kate Middleton might have had popular cosmetic procedure, says expert
KATE MIDDLETON's make-up for the Earthshot Prize Awards was so good that a make-up artist thinks the Duchess might have received some help from a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure.
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Boy’s call asking police to ‘come over’ and see his toys goes viral
New Zealand police have posted a recording of the call, saying it was ‘too cute not to share’.
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Pensioner, 89, mauled to death by two dogs after carer 'left her to wander off'
Carmen Gorzanelli left her house alone and wandered around her neighbourhood before going into a garden just a few metres from her own house in Italy
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Prince Christian sparks royal fan frenzy with touching birthday tribute - 'Image of Mary!'
PRINCE CHRISTIAN of Denmark has celebrated a big milestone and the Danish Royal Family marked his birthday by sharing two touching pictures of the royal.
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‘More infectious’ Delta Plus Covid variant under investigation amid growing cases
A NEW COVID-19 variant called AY.4.2 is currently under close watch by UK experts as it might be more contagious than its parent Delta.
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Cop 26: a question of degrees – what a hotter planet means for all of us
The world is heating up at an alarming rate and world leaders are running out of chances to keep temperature rises below 1.5C, says Jonathan WattsUntil now, human civilisation has existed within a narrow, stable band of temperatures. But amid years of burning fossil fuels, we have gradually heated the planet. And suddenly things are not so gradual: since 1970, the Earth’s temperature has shot up faster than in any comparable period. The oceans have heated at a rate not seen in 11,000 years.The Guardian’s global environment editor, Jonathan Watts, tells Nosheen Iqbal that after leaders agreed to limit temperature rises to 1.5C in Paris in 2015, now they must use the Glasgow summit next week to demonstrate how they will achieve that aim. The alternatives hardly bear thinking about. Continue reading...
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Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's recent snub proves club made transfer error
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer displayed a lack of faith in defender Eric Bailly after fielding an injured Harry Maguire ahead of him against Leicester
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Michigan city declares emergency over lead; governor visits
Michigan's governor has visited Benton Harbor to listen to residents who have been urged to use bottled water because of elevated levels of lead in their tap water
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Single mum-of-nine pleads for life after being sentenced to die over drugs stash
Hairun JalmanI, 55, was given the death penalty after being caught with 113.9g of meth. Malaysian law means anyone caught with over 50g of the drug is given a mandatory death sentence
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Pig-to-human transplants come a step closer with new test
Scientists have temporarily attached a pig’s kidney to a human body and watched it begin to work
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Hawaii's governor welcomes travelers as COVID counts drop
Hawaii’s governor says COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations have declined to the point where the islands are ready to welcome travelers once again
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Social media giants under pressure over Satanist linked to Wembley murders
Danyal Hussein was an active member of online forum Becoming A Living God, set up by black magician E A Koetting.
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Mary Berry to be honoured for a lifetime of cooking, writing and baking
Sir Philip May, the husband of former prime minister Theresa May, will be knighted.
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Union Pacific and its unions sue each other over vaccine
Union Pacific and its labor unions are suing each other to determine whether the railroad has the authority to require its employees to get vaccinated against the coronavirus
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Grand jury will get case of man threatening to kill senators
The case against a rural Alaska man who federal authorities say threatened to kill the state’s two U.S. senators will go to a grand jury
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Serial killer nurse murdered patients 'for fun' by injecting them with air
William Davis, who prosecutors say "likes to kill people", could face the death penalty in Texas after he murdered four patients who were all recovering from heart surgery
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Nadine Coyle claims Sarah Harding's ghost 'keeps moving things in the house'
Nadine Coyle has claimed items have flew across her room for no reason and thinks it's a sign from former bandmate Sarah Harding that she is still present
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Police: Man who died at Phish concert did not hit railing
San Francisco police say a man who fell to his death from the upper level of a basketball arena is believed to have “leapt from an elevated area of the arena,” causing his death
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‘Climate change is hitting us’: French beekeepers expect worst honey harvest in half a century
Bad weather hits production across Europe as flowering seasons become earlier and shorterFrench beekeepers expect their worst harvest in decades as unseasonably cold and wet weather due to climate change has prevented bees from producing honey.Beekeepers association UNAF said that based on information received from regional associations it expects the honey harvest for 2021 to come in at 7,000 to 9,000 tonnes, or about a third of the 2020 harvest. Continue reading...
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Shocking video shows young girl screaming 'get off' as she is held down so her ears can be pierced
The footage - which shows a young girl screaming 'get off' - was filmed at the Meadowhall shopping centre, in Sheffield, on Sunday afternoon and has been widely shared on social media.
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High, dad! Moment seven-year-old boy joins his father as they scale 3,349ft Scottish Munro
Marcus McGinley and his father Martin, 36, tackled the Grade 3 route on Curved Ridge on 3349-ft tall Stob Dearg in the Highlands on Saturday, October 16.
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Kate Middleton's alternative career path laid bare - 'Family business'
KATE MIDDLETON's career dream has been laid bare and it can be traced back to student success and her childhood.
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Government raises minimum prison sentence for terror plotters to 14 years under new guidelines for judges
British people who travel to future war zones will also spend longer in prison
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Brazil senators readying call for Bolsonaro criminal charges
Brazilian senators are discussing details of an investigative committee's final report that will call for President Jair Bolsonaro to be indicted on criminal charges for bungling the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and producing the world’s second-highest death toll
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Thomas Tuchel concerned Chelsea face Cristiano Ronaldo problem with Romelu Lukaku
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel admits he is questioning how to manage Romelu Lukaku amid serious concerns over the striker's workload in a scenario similar to Cristiano Ronaldo's at Manchester United
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‘The US has a long reach’: a legal expert on how Succession’s Logan Roy could avoid extradition
In the first episode of the new season, Logan flees to Sarajevo – but how realistic is it for white-collar criminals to go on the run?This article contains spoilers from season three, episode oneSuccession returned on Sunday night with more of what we’ve come to expect: affectionate swearing, major business decisions being dictated by complex psychosexual dynamics and millionaires treating private helicopters like they’re Uber Xs.There was one surprising guest star, though: the Bosnian capital – where the media kingpin Logan Roy decides to hide out in a distinctly unglamorous airport hotel. It initially seems like an odd choice to his family, until Shiv points out that Bosnia-Herzegovina has no extradition treaty with the US. While Logan is still in control, his decision to fly there is a silent admission that he’s scared he might be running out of options. Continue reading...
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Pictured: Moment Kim Jong-un's North Korean navy fires new ballistic missile from a submarine 
North Korea confirmed it test-fired a newly developed submarine-launched ballistic missile which landed in the ocean off its east coast on Tuesday.
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Terrorists who plot to kill multiple people or who travel to war zones will face 14 years in jail
New Justice Secretary Dominic Raab said the new powers would deter 'those who kill and maim in the name of warped and fanatical ideologies'.
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Antrim Fire: Nearly 40 firefighters on site to tackle massive inferno at industrial estate
A HUGE FIRE in Antrim industrial estate, involving around 30 lorry trailers, has nearly 40 firefighters on the scene tackling the blaze.
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Emergency Covid powers are extended for ANOTHER six months
Health Secretary Sajid Javid claimed the emergency powers were 'still necessary and proportionate to help with the pressure' as 223 Covid deaths were recorded in the UK on Tuesday.
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Southwest: We won't put unvaccinated workers on unpaid leave
Southwest Airlines is backing away from a plan to put unvaccinated workers on unpaid leave
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Mexico touts renewables, while blocking solar, wind projects
Mexico's government says it is leading a transition to more renewable energy, even though President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has proposed restricting private wind and solar projects
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PAUL THOMAS on... our green revolution
'Our new heat pump was so expensive we thought we'd make a feature of it'
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Jair Bolsonaro should face murder charges over Covid response, says Brazil's senate inquiry
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NHS chiefs call for return to WFH and compulsory facemasks as daily deaths rise again 
Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, has urged the Government to implement the back-up strategy amid rising Covid-19 cases.
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Bin collectors in Glasgow plan strike that could turn city into 'dump' during Cop26 climate summit
A bin strike in Glasow threatens to turn the city into a 'giant rubbish dump' during the Cop26 climate change summit as staff are planning a week-long strike from November 1.
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Australia’s ‘biggest-ever’ hailstones 16cm in diameter shatter windscreens and pierce holes in roofs
Hailstones of such a size have a terminal velocity of over 62mph (100km) an hour
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Floating props and little sleep: Russians describe filming world’s first movie in space
Film crew say shooting was a ‘huge challenge’ and they had to learn to walk again after 12 days in orbitTheir movie props floated around, sleeping was difficult and they used Velcro to keep objects in place but Russia’s first film crew in space said they were delighted with the result and had “shot everything we planned”.Yulia Peresild, one of Russia’s most glamorous actors, and film director Klim Shipenko returned to Earth on Sunday after spending 12 days on the International Space Station (ISS) shooting the first movie in orbit, in an effort to beat the United States. Continue reading...
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New ‘Delta Plus’ variant causing growing number of infections in the UK - ‘Don’t panick’
CHRISTMAS will lack some bubbles as a champagne shortage is set to hit not only British shelves but also the hospitality industry.
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Only in Australia: Video shows a wasp battling a huntsman spider
The pair faced off in a vicious battle on Tuesday, but there was an obvious winner by the end.
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North Korea says it test-fired ballistic missile from submarine
South Korea urges its neighbour to resume talks
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Police arrest four people over explosion that killed 'beautiful' two-year-old toddler
Lancashire Police previously said detectives and gas experts discovered the cause of the explosion in Heysham was a gas pipe which had been cut inside number 20 Mallowdale Avenue.
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No sentence reduction for man convicted in 2015 Texas attack
A judge refused to reduce the 30-year prison sentence for an Arizona man convicted of helping to plot a 2015 attack on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in suburban Dallas, even though one of his convictions was dismissed after it was discovered the FBI withheld surveillance video at his trial
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North Korea says test was new type of submarine-launched ballistic missile
State media report that device launched on Tuesday had ‘lots of advanced control guidance technologies’North Korea says it has successfully tested a “new type” of submarine-launched ballistic missile, as the nuclear-armed country pursues ever more improved weapons.The device had “lots of advanced control guidance technologies”, the official Korean Central News Agency said on Wednesday, adding that it was launched from the same vessel that the North used in its first submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) tests five years ago. The latter point casts doubt on claims by Pyongyang in 2015 that it had launched a submarine-based missile. Continue reading...
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