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Presenter defends Danish TV show featuring naked adults in front of school children
It’s intended to promote body positivity.
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Two boys under 16 arrested after ‘being caught sexually assaulting woman’
The boys were detained at the scene by witnesses who called the police.
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Triathlete gives up chance of winning medal after noticing rival go wrong way
'When I saw that he had missed the route, I just stopped. James deserved this medal.'
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Packed nightclubs in Wuhan as coronavirus epicentre reports no new cases
The city, where the global pandemic is believed to have started, is returning to normal as authorities claim there has not been a case of community transmission since May
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Porto left-back Alex Telles responds to Man Utd transfer speculation
Telles, 27, has appeared on United's radar after they missed out on Sergio Reguilon with reports suggesting the Brazilian could be set for a £17million switch
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Canadian woman suspected of sending packages addressed to Trump containing poison ricin
<p>Officials say letters came from Canada, as they investigate female suspect</p>
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11 of the most excruciating award-show moments: From La La Land to ‘Adele Dazeem'
<p>After Jason Bateman was incorrectly announced as a winner during Saturday’s Creative Art Emmys, here are 11 more cringe-worthy award-show moments</p>
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Supreme Court: McConnell ally says Republicans won't 'cut corners' on Trump nominee and doesn't rule out pre-election vote
<p>‘Fair is fair. I think the Republican majority should live with the precedent they set in 2016,’ Democratic senator says</p>
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Keir Starmer says new independence vote is a 'decision for Scotland' if SNP win
Labour's leader said the party doesn't want 'another divisive referendum' - but wouldn't say if he would try to block it
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Schoolboys arrested after 'being caught sexually assaulting girl by pedestrians'
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How the £10,000 fine for failing to self-isolate will be enforced
A number of steps will be taken to make sure that people are complying with the rules
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Jose Mourinho speaks on Dele Alli's Spurs future after Southampton snub
Dele Alli was surprisingly left out of Tottenham's squad for the trip to Southampton, with Jose Mourinho explaining his decision following Spurs' 5-2 Premier League win
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Taiwanese art and Thai protests: Best photos of the weekend
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Three more have died in Greater Manchester's hospitals with coronavirus
The region's hospital death toll now stands at 2,245
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Woman found dead in London park with 'self-inflicted' knife injuries
Officers has been seen guarding a police cordon in the park while forensic officers continue to investigate the scene after being called to Westbourne Park, West London, this morning
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Hazmat tuxedos and video calls to feature at first all-virtual Emmys
HBO’s Watchmen expected to lead the way at TV awards in the US on Sunday eveningNormally one of the most glamorous Hollywood nights of the year, the first all-virtual Emmy awards are likely to be remembered for hazmat tuxedos and designer pyjamas.For nominees, there will be the added strangeness of an official outside their home who may, or may not, personally deliver a trophy when the moment comes, actor Brian Cox said. Continue reading...
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'Lovely, happy man' stabbed to death is pictured as 21-year-old arrested
A 21-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murder remains in custody for questioning following the stabbing of popular Paul Morgan, 39, in Liverpool this weekend
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Wolves close to signing Barcelona's Nélson Semedo after £34.8m bid
Wolves see Semedo as replacement for Doherty at right-backBarcelona’s Arturo Vidal set to join Inter on two-year dealWolves are close to signing the Barcelona defender Nélson Semedo, having made a bid of €38m (£34.8m) for the Portugal international. Related: 'My best friend plays for City': Leicester confirm signing of Cengiz Under Continue reading...
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Tropical storm Beta threatens flooding as it drifts to Texas and Louisiana shores
City of Galveston and Galveston county issue voluntary evacuation orders, as did the city of Seabrook to the north of GalvestonTropical Storm Beta was making a slow crawl to the shores of Texas and Louisiana on Sunday, casting worries about heavy rain, flooding and storm surge across the Gulf coast. Beta was one of three named storms in the Atlantic basin. If the system makes landfall in Texas, which forecasters predict it will sometime on Monday, it would be the ninth named storm to make landfall in the continental US in 2020. Colorado State hurricane researcher Phil Klotzbach said that would tie a record set in 1916. Continue reading...
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Indian takeaway launches record-breaking set menu with 114 items including a Matt Hancock-inspired curry
'We suffered greatly with the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.'
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Toyota complete hat-trick of wins in deserted Le Mans 24 Hours race
Circuit de la Sarthe was empty of fans due to Covid-19Briton Paul di Resta took first class win for United AutosportsProving definitively that sticking to their task was worth it, Toyotacompleted their own test of endurance in style with victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours securing a hat-trick of wins for the team at the meeting. There were no fans at the Circuit de la Sarthe to celebrate their achievement but Toyota took huge pleasure in ensuring their place in the pantheon of endurance racing as this year’s vingt-quatre brought the curtain down on the current iteration of the top class of sports cars. Related: Lewis Hamilton vows to keep protesting as FIA launches review of guidelines Continue reading...
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Are we really supposed to feel sorry for the prime minister about struggling to pay for a nanny?
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Trump gives 'blessing' to TikTok deal with Oracle
Donald Trump has given his "blessing" to a proposed deal between Oracle and Walmart that will allow the video app TikTok to continue operating in the United States.
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Can I walk my dog if I’m self-isolating?
You might be stuck in, but your pet should still be allowed out.
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Man who masturbated in front of schoolchildren avoids jail
Retired Stephen Fuller committed his crimes when he knew there would be a 'parade of children going past'.
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Keir Starmer says Labour must stop being 'shy' about showing patriotism for UK
On the day he should have been opening Labour's conference, the party leader said members must be 'proud' of their patriotism because they want the best for the Britain
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Couple who won Alaskan lodge on BBC show Win The Wilderness see their dream turn into a nightmare
Emily Padfield, 37, and her partner Mark Warner, 53, from Warwickshire, competed on a BBC reality TV show to win the home in Alaska, but former owner Duane Ose, 78, has now said he wants it back.
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Harry Kane tees up Son's four-goal show as Spurs hammer Southampton
After a topsy-turvy opening, this game soon developed a familiar theme, with Harry Kane supplying a supercharged Son Heung-min to strike four times to earn Tottenham a resounding victory. It is the first time one player has assisted another four times in a single Premier League match but Kane eventually got in on the act to score Spurs’ fifth after prying on a rebound. When Spurs click in the final third as they did here, the thought of adding the returning Gareth Bale into the attacking cocktail is a mouthwatering proposition. Related: Gareth Bale escapes wilderness with every chance of redemption at Spurs Continue reading...
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Baltic Sea ferry runs aground in Finnish waters, no injuries
Finnish authorities say a Baltic Sea passenger ferry with nearly 300 people has run aground in the Aland Islands archipelago between Finland and Sweden without injuries
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Stacey Solomon transforms camper van 'monstrosity' after fight with Joe Swash
The Loose Women star was shocked when her partner Joe Swash surprised her with a £45,000 camper van he'd splashed out on to 'make memories'
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Dyson engineer wins unfair dismissal claim after manager told her 'I don't like Muslims' 
Zeinab Alipourbabaie, 39, told an employment tribunal that senior technical project manager Kamaljit Chana also said: 'Muslims are violent' and 'Pakistani men are grooming our girls.'
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Ministers worried Chris Whitty ‘will resign if his lockdown plan is ignored’
Tory sources say Professor Chris Whitty has to be listened to as the fallout could be disastrous for the party.
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Lad seduced by babysitter who gave birth to his child is 'traumatised', says mum
Leah Cordice, 20, groomed the 13-year-old child for months before she made a move on him in 2017. She was jailed for two-and-a-half years at Reading Crown Court in May.
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Alex Telles breaks silence on Manchester United transfer links
Man Utd are looking to sign a new left-back this summer and FC Porto defender Alex Telles could be perfect.
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Son Heung-min hits four to inspire Tottenham to emphatic victory over Southampton
<p><strong>Southampton 2-5 Tottenham: </strong>Four for the Korean and one for Harry Kane delivered a statement win for Spurs</p>
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Teen, 17, 'faked brain tumour to con music stars out of £400k for Disney trips'
Megan Bhari, who died in 2018, created charity Believe in Magic after saying she had a brain tumour - but a private investigator found huge holes in the trust's accounts
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UK coronavirus hospital death toll rises by 12 amid 'tipping point' warning
Earlier today Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the UK is at a "tipping point" in the battle against the deadly virus, with the rate of new infections and hospital admissions rising
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‘Lyon's a great, weird city’: Bill Buford's five years in the heart of France's food culture
The writer uprooted his young family to France so he could train to be a proper chef. How did it work out?Read an extract from Dirt, Bill Buford’s memoir of his years in LyonThere is a chapter in Bill Buford’s book Dirt – his hugely entertaining account of a five-year journey into the earthy, primal food culture of Lyon – in which he persuades local farmers that he should help in the killing of a pig. The blood from the animal will be used to make the pungent Lyonnaise speciality, boudin noir.As with much of his book, Buford might have been careful what he wished for. The slaughter is a secretive and deeply traditional ritual. It becomes Buford’s job to stir the blood as it flows from the cut throat of the animal into a bucket, to prevent it from coagulating. Then, by mouth, he is required to blow up the casually sluiced intestines of the pig, ready to be filled by the blood and a mix of herbs and onions for the sausage. The chapter, which is not for the faint-hearted, gives an idea of the lengths to which the author went to get fully under the skin of his adoptive French city. Continue reading...
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Instagram at 10: how sharing photos has entertained us, upset us – and changed our sense of self
From its early days as a whimsical, arthouse space through more recent waves of influencers and pool inflatables, the world’s favourite photo-sharing app has rewired society for good and badThe most-downloaded app of 2010 made the photographs you took on your phone look way cooler. Vintage-effect filters, artful vignettes and a square-frame layout gave your ordinary snaps a pleasingly nostalgic Polaroid appeal. But 10 years later, barely anyone remembers Hipstamatic. It was a different photo-sharing app, which launched snapping at Hipstamatic’s heels on 6 October 2010, that went on to change the world. Last month more than 1 billion people posted photos on Instagram.You probably wouldn’t have predicted, from the co-founder of Instagram Mike Krieger’s first post, that you were witnessing the birth of a cultural and economic phenomenon. It was a shot of San Francisco’s South Beach harbour viewed through the industrial-chic steel-framed windows of Pier 38. Only the composition, tilted so that the boat masts angled at 45 degrees, hinted at ambition beyond the pedestrian. But a decade later, Instagram has rewired society. It has changed how we look, what we eat, our relationships, how we vote, where we go on holiday and what we spend our money on. From the Kardashians to avocados to mental health, many stories of the past decade are part of the story of Instagram. Continue reading...
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First black woman to win Booker prize reveals she struggled with racial identity as a child
During an interview on Radio 4, Evaristo recalled how as a child growing up in the 60s and 70s she would deliberately cross the road to avoid being seen with her 'very dark-skinned' father.
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John Boyega fights against police brutality in powerful trailer for Steve McQueen’s Small Axe series
Small Axe will feature five films about London’s West Indian community.
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Timo Werner rates Chelsea’s chances of winning the Premier League this season
'That's not what the club expects.'
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Pep gives verdict on Phil Foden's England misdemeanour
Manchester City manager was asked for his view after Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskajer criticised Gareth Southgate
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Match of the Day pundits fume at Manchester United penalty incident
The Match of the Day pundits were analysing Manchester United's loss at home to Crystal Palace.
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Trump calls himself ‘Donald Prump’, gives himself ‘D’ for coronavirus response and appears to admit trying to blackmail Oracle
<p>As American virus deaths near 200,000, president praises his ‘D grade’ pandemic response</p>
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