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Meghan Markle Duchess of Sussex makes speech about her heritage South Africa Nyanga
Meghan and Harry are visiting Nyanga, where one in 206 people are killed each year, just outside of Cape Town, today after touching down at the airport this morning.
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Mason Mount expected to be injured long-term before surprise Chelsea return against Liverpool
He looked bright against Liverpool.
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Advice for Thomas Cook staff losing their jobs from someone who’s been there
In 2017, former Monarch cabin crew member Aehnen Kohben woke up to find his dream job no longer existed.
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Demi Moore was raped aged 15 by a man who paid her mum $500 afterwards
'A devastating betrayal.'
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Woman launches game-changing app to help new mums who get lonely at night
It aims to connect mums who feel isolated.
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Ed Sheeran designs a Blue Peter badge because, of course
The musician is behind the show’s first ever music badge.
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CCTV company staff jailed over leaked Emiliano Sala mortuary photos
Sherry Bray, 49, and Christopher Ashford, 62, receive 14 months and five months in prison respectivelyA CCTV company director and her employee have been jailed for illegally accessing footage of footballer Emiliano Sala’s body in the mortuary.Sala, 28, had just signed for Cardiff City when the plane he was travelling in crashed into the English Channel, north of Guernsey, on 21 January. Continue reading...
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Thomas Cook's rivals are accused of cashing in as holiday prices double within hours 
Around 160,000 British citizens are stranded overseas and thousands of others face cancelled holidays after the holiday giant went bust early this morning.
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What's to blame for Thomas Cook's collapse? Mostly its debt | Nils Pratley
Bad management, the banks, Brexit and online rivals also played a role in the travel firm’s demise Why did Thomas Cook go bust?Brexit, risk-averse banks, summer heatwaves, the rise of Airbnb, the long-term triumph of budget airlines. All contributed to the collapse of Thomas Cook. But one factor towers above others: the huge pile of debt – £1.7bn at the last count – that the tour operator has been attempting to shoulder for the past decade. Continue reading...
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Shirley Ballas opens up about boyfriend being ‘The One’ and admits she can’t help staring at him
With a new life and lover, she's definitely in the mood for dancing.
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Who are Ross Geller’s exes? A comprehensive guide to all of his Friends romances
It's a very long list.
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Meghan Markle dons a £69 dress by a Malawian designer for her first royal tour outing
Meghan, 38, chose a £69 black and white wrap dress from Malawian brand Mayamiko as she joined Prince Harry, 35, in the Cape Flats, a township often described as South Africa's 'murder capital'.
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Barristers accuse MoJ of false economies in crown court backlogs
Row centres on government’s decision to reduce number of sitting days it pays for recordersA dispute over delays to crown court trials has broken out after criminal barristers accused the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) of making false economies by not reducing case backlogs.Figures obtained by the Criminal Bar Association (CBA) show two of London’s busiest crown courts, Snaresbrook and Isleworth, had almost 2,000 cases outstanding according to the latest figures. Continue reading...
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Racist who posed with shotgun jailed for online rants against Muslims
ay Davison, 38, made the deranged posts on his private Instagram, urging people to 'Stand up'.
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Tears as the shutters come down... how Thomas Cook's collapse is impacting jobs across Greater Manchester
It is estimated that 3,000 staff who work for the travel giant are at risk - or have already lost their jobs - in the region
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Jonny Bairstow left out of England Test squad for New Zealand tour
Batters Dominic Sibley and Zak Crawley earn first call-upsLancs bowlers Saqib Mahmood and Matt Parkinson also tourJonny Bairstow has been left out of the Test squad to tour New Zealand next month as England made a number of changes for the two-Test series.Warwickshire opener Dominic Sibley and Kent’s Zak Crawley were both rewarded for their accumulation of runs in this year’s county championship with first call-ups along with Lancashire bowlers Saqib Mahmood and Matt Parkinson. Continue reading...
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KitKat launch new bars including gin and tonic and whisky and ginger - plus you can make your own in this Manchester store
Chocolatory KitKat pop up will appear at the John Lewis store in the Trafford Centre where the exclusive bars will all be handmade by expert Nestle chocolatiers in the shop
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Fans react to Patrice Evra's message to the Manchester United board
Patrice Evra took to social media to send the Man Utd hierarchy a message following the 2-0 defeat to West Ham United.
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Extinction Rebellion plans new London shutdowns over climate crisis
Action starts 7 October on roads and bridges around parliament and will be bigger than April’sThousands of Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists are planning to shut down parts of central London for at least two weeks in October to demand governments take urgent action to tackle the climate crisis.Organisers say the next round of protests, centred around parliament and surrounding governmental departments, will be bigger than those in April, when Extinction Rebellion activists brought key sites across the capital to a standstill for two weeks and more than 1,000 people were arrested. Continue reading...
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Adam Neumann under pressure to step down as WeWork chief
Board is to discuss his future after questions over behaviour and cancelled flotationThe board of WeWork is expected to meet later on Monday to discuss the future of the company’s controversial co-founder and chief executive Adam Neumann, after it emerged that he is under pressure to take a less prominent role.Several board members, including representatives of the firm’s biggest investor, Japan’s SoftBank, are understood to be pressing Neumann to demote himself from chief executive to vice-chairman after the company was embarrassingly forced to pull its much-anticipated stock market flotation after failing to impress Wall Street investors. Continue reading...
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Shocking moment restaurateur sprays fire extinguisher on face of smoker who refused to stub-out cigarette
Restaurateur Alex Jamison was filmed spraying Jon Bird with the gas, with Bird now claiming he was assaulted
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Scores of dogs are killed by mystery disease that has swept across Norway 
A mysterious and often fatal canine disease has now affected at least 173 dogs in Norway after authorities announced six new cases on Monday and a death toll which has now reached 43.
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England name Test and T20 squads for New Zealand tour after drawing Ashes
A number of new faces will make the trip.
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SNL boss Lorne Michaels pays tribute to late Chris Farley after Emmy win
The late actor passed away in 1997.
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5 things we noticed as Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin train ahead of Arsenal comeback
Arsenal play host to Championship outfit Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday
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Sir Lenny Henry would make bullies laugh after being called ‘n-word’ every day as a child
Lenny believes his reaction to school bullies may well have been the start of his successful career.
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Met Office flooding warning issued for Tuesday as 'spells of very heavy rain', thunder and lightning expected
'Fast flowing or deep floodwater is possible, causing a danger to life, and some communities may be cut off by flooded roads'
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Meghan Markle sends powerful statement with first tour dress - and it's already sold out
The Duchess of Sussex delighted her hosts on the first engagement of her 10-day tour by wearing a sustainably sourced £69 'Dalitso' wrap dress sourced and made in Malawi by artisans at the local Mayamiko workshop
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Jonny Bairstow dropped from England Test side for New Zealand series
Dominic Sibley, Zak Crawley, Saqib Mahmood and leg-spinner Matt Parkinson could all make their Test debut
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It’s a shame The Big Bang Theory didn’t go out on a high with The Emmys but maybe it’s good to be more like Friends
'It's a shame that the sitcom wasn't able to go out on a real high by adding another trophy to the collection'.
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A raccoon cafe and the Rugby World Cup: Monday's best photos
The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world, including the Emmy awards, the Milky Way and Corbyn in a wicker car at the Labour party conference Continue reading...
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England squad: Jonny Bairstow dropped from Test team for tour of New Zealand
Jonny Bairstow has been dropped from England's Test side for the New Zealand series.
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Dizzying, delightful and disorientating: the Rugby World Cup is up and running
The opening weekend of the tournament put referees in the spotlight and showed the value of versatilityThe opening week of a Rugby World Cup is always a blur of first impressions and fast-changing perceptions but, by anyone’s standards, Japan has been something else. It is not the world’s biggest rugby tournament alone that has been widening visitors’ horizons, in a dizzying, delightful and occasionally disorientating few days.Such unfamiliarity may just go some way towards explaining why some teams have underperformed in their opening games. Aside from a slick-looking Wales, New Zealand and Ireland, the beneficiaries of a horribly poor display by Scotland, a number of teams have taken a little time to get going. Continue reading...
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EastEnders' Shane Richie apologises for "disgusting" Thomas Cook "Karma" tweet
The tweet - which was dubbed "disgusting" by a follower - came after the travel company collapsed
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The Rock to present belt to Nate Diaz vs Jorge Masvidal winner at UFC 244
Diaz and Masvidal will clash for the 'Baddest Motherf*****' belt in New York in November
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Thomas Cook passengers raise £5,000 as final flight whip rounds leave crew in tears
Cabin crew members were left in tears as passengers donated funds for them after discovering they were among thousands of workers affected by the holiday company's collapse
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Westminster council accused of 'double standards' over Pride charges
Figures reveal organisers charged more than £150,000 in three years because it is not classed as a political marchWestminster council has been accused of applying “double standards” by charging organisers of London’s annual Pride march more than £150,000 over three years to host the event.This summer, about 30,000 people from more than 600 groups took part in the parade celebrating LGBT communities, which was attended by an estimated 1.5 million people. Continue reading...
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Are Man Utd good enough to finish in the top four with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the wheel?
THE BIG DEBATE: Experts discuss whether the Red Devils can reclaim their place among Europe's elite
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Two grizzly bears are caught on camera battling on their hind legs on a highway in Canada
Two massive grizzly bears were captured on video fighting in the middle of a highway in Canada. The rare footage was shared to Facebook by Cari McGillivray on Friday.
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Emmerdale’s Sarah Sugden actress Katie Hill wows fans in singing duet with Charley Webb’s son
Social media users were full of praise!
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How paralysed man told he was fit to work as B&M shelf-stacker took on DWP - and won
Almost £4m has been paid back to people challenging benefit cuts
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'Difficult to see' how Brexit deal can be reached, EU's Michel Barnier says
It is "difficult to see" how a Brexit deal on the Irish border can be reached, the EU's chief negotiator has said.
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Man jailed for sexual assault after ejaculating on stripper’s leg
‘You forced yourself upon her with an erect penis in contact with her body and ejaculated on her leg.'
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Emiliano Sala case: Pair jailed for leaking footage of body in morgue
The 28-year-old Cardiff City striker lost his life when the plane carrying him crashed over the English Channel
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What’s the best emoji to show forgiveness? A church in Finland is crowdsourcing to find out
What's the best emoji to show forgiveness?
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The Queen gives her right-hand woman Angela Kelly permission to write an access-all-areas book
The Queen has personally given her in-house designer, Angela Kelly, her blessing to tell the story of their 'unparalleled bond'. Ms Kelly, started in the Royal Household in 1994 as assistant dresser.
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