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Björk interview: 'Greta Thunberg is outrageously strong and incorruptible'
Björk at the O2 Arena is a concept that might have made more sense in the Nineties, if only the venue had existed. That was when the Icelandic musician was making platinum-selling albums, her startling, vaulting voice front and centre in pop culture. Today the mainstream is a distant memory as the 53-year-old, together with her recent close collaborator, the Venezuelan producer Alejandro "Arca" Ghersi, experiments with sound and song structure in ever more elaborate ways. Her most recent album, Utopia (2017), is dazzlingly beautiful, borne aloft on massed flutes and birdsong — but low on daytime radio hits, shall we say.
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Lucas Torreira could leave Arsenal in January as Napoli set for key talks with Raul Sanllehi
He's been playing out of position this season.
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All the North Yorkshire General Election 2019 candidates
The Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, Brexit Party, Green Party and other and independent candidates standing in December's election in Richmond (Yorks), Thirsk and Malton, Skipton and Ripon, Selby and Ainsty, Harrogate and Knaresborough, Scarborough and Whitby, York Outer and York Central
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Man City forward Raheem Sterling praised by Liverpool FC fans over Joe Gomez message
Raheem Sterling defended Joe Gomez after the Liverpool defender was booed by some England fans.
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I’m A Celebrity stars dive right in as Ant and Dec kick off series in style
What a bunch of keen beans.
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Nearly 300 flood warnings and alerts still in place after another night of heavy rain
The Environment Agency says it is working to protect people and properties in Yorkshire, Derbyshire and the Midlands
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'Near psychopathic': London bar that lets you 'hunt wild animals'
Bar says that it 'does not condone violence against animals'
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North Korea calls Joe Biden a 'rabid dog' nearing death
State media claims 'time has come for him to depart his life'
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Joseph McCann trial: Young woman tells of determination to survive '14-hour rape ordeal'... 'I need to make sure he doesn't kill me'
'He kept saying he needed to find a kid and he was going to make me rape a kid. He was talking, talking, talking all the time'
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Adorable giant panda twins named after reaching 100 days old
Adorable giant panda twins have been named after reaching 100 days old.
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The moment Ruud van Nistelrooy made Cristiano Ronaldo cry at Manchester United
Louis Saha has spoken about the two former Man Utd greats who he played alongside under Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.
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'We will get the numbers down': Boris Johnson pledges to reduce 'very high' unskilled immigration
The Prime Minister said he was 'a pro-immigration politician' but said that current levels were putting a 'strain' on public services and held down wages.
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Fortnite does Star Wars! How to get the Imperial Stormtrooper skin and find that Star Destroyer
Gamers rejoice: Fortnite has finally joined forces with Star Wars
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General election: Flustered Boris Johnson refuses to say how many children he has
Boris Johnson said he would not comment about his children when pressed by BBC presenter Rachel Burden about education funding and state schools during a Q&A session on 5Live
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Brexit news latest: Boris Johnson warned trade deal will be Canada minus if Britain severs ties with EU
Germany and France will offer Britain a limited free trade deal if the Government seeks to sever close ties with the EU, a leading expert on Europe warned today.
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Police update as teenager arrested after four stabbed outside Oldham Leisure Centre
Three of the injured teenagers remain in hospital this morning
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Simply spiced: Mallika Basu's pumpkin, chickpea and black cardamom stew with chilli oil
A hearty stew for cooler nights
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MotoGP rider Michele Pirro's bike goes up in flames at start of practice
Italian rider Michele Pirro had to deal with a fiery end to his free practice session in Valencia ahead of the final MotoGP race of the season
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BT Sport confirm they have beaten ITV to retain Champions League rights in £1.2bn deal
BT Sport have pipped ITV to retain the rights to show Champions League in the UK until 2024 in a huge boost to the broadcaster
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BrewDog is opening a Manchester beer hotel - with can fridges in the showers
The Manchester Kennels will be dog-friendly and guests will get a welcome craft beer at check-in
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Hong Kong justice minister ambushed in London by pro-democracy protesters
Teresa Cheng sustained a hand injury after she was surrounded by a group by activists who chanted ‘murderer’ and ‘shameful.’
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Prince Andrew interrogated over Epstein orgy claims in 'no-holds-barred' BBC interview
Duke of York has never spoken publicly about relationship with billionaire
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 'What a ridiculous thing': Boris Johnson hits out at Naga Munchetty'
Boris Johnson today branded Naga Munchetty's interview questions 'ridiculous' after the BBC Breakfast presenter quizzed him about whether he believes he's 'relatable'.
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Average commute now takes 59 minutes with workers travelling for longer than ever before
We're all spending longer getting to and from work
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Shedunnit – how Agatha Christie became cinema hot property
With his new film Knives Out, Rian Johnson has rescued the crime writer from cosy evening telly and recast her for the here and nowA housekeeper finds the body of her multimillionaire boss in the study, his throat slit, a knife having dripped blood all over the white sheepskin rug. “Shit!” she says. It was unlike Agatha Christie to open a novel with a swearword. But this is not one of her books. It’s the first line of Knives Out, the outrageously fun homage to the queen of crime from Rian Johnson, the director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Knives Out stars Daniel Craig as a hot Poirot, the world-famous Louisiana private detective Benoit Blanc, hired to investigate the death of bestselling crime writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer).The police believe the case is an open-and-shut suicide; Blanc thinks otherwise. “I suspect foul play,” he says with a hokey deep-fried southern drawl. Was Thrombey killed by a member of his own family? A loathsome bunch; any one of them could be the killer. Continue reading...
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England defender Ben Chilwell insists whole squad is behind Joe Gomez
The Liverpool defender was jeered by home fans at Wembley as he came on as a second-half substitute in the 7-0 win that sealed Euro 2020 qualification
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Steve Irwin's tragic death revisited on the Crocodile Hunter's national day
The Australian zookeeper passed away on the September 4 2006 and is celebrated annually on November 15
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Helen Mirren: 'I got the s*** for Michael Parkinson interview – he didn't'
Chat show host asked if her 'physical attributes' distracted from her acting ability
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I'm A Celebrity: Ian Wright and Jacqueline Jossa balance on a perilous platform for first challenge
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! stars are set to face the show's most terrifying challenge in history, as they balance on teetering platform at the very top of a 300ft tall skyscraper.
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6 Underground release date, cast, plot, trailers for Netflix film
Ryan Reynolds, Melanie Laurent, and Dave Franco star in the new Netflix action film from explosive director Michael Bay
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Olivia Attwood’s reaction when Bradley Dack’s proposed couldn’t be any more relatable
'Are you sure?'
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Woman who fell from M60 bridge remains in hospital in serious condition
The M60 was shut both ways for a period while emergency services attended the scene
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Taylor Swift petition: 55,000 fans support star after claim she's 'not allowed' to perform her old songs at the AMAs
The star said her old record label has refused her permission to perform the tracks
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Wife’s hate campaign against in-laws after her husband was left out of will
On one occasion, she scratched their house with a key, smashed a wine bottle against their front door and yelled abuse at them from the street.
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Roy Keane offers brutal advice to Ian Wright ahead of I'm a Celebrity
ITV pundits Roy Keane and Lee Dixon were discussing Ian Wright's stint on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here
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Kanye West is spreading the gospel of white evangelicals | Malaika Jabali
Like other black conservatives, the rapper and designer downplays racism while promoting bootstrap virtue-signalingKanye West’s middle name, Omari, means “God is highest.” So it is fitting that the producer-rapper-designer has found himself spreading the gospel. While touring the country promoting his new album Jesus is King, West has professed commitment to his faith in what appears to be both a promotional and redemption tour. This weekend West will appear at the megachurch of the prosperity pastor Joel Osteen, who was caught in controversy for reportedly waiting days to open his church doors to Hurricane Harvey victims.Over the decades of Kanye West’s career, the multi-hyphenate artist has been many things. It was perhaps inevitable that this would create some contradictions. Recently, on Jimmy Kimmel Live, West lectured a Gucci-wearing black lottery winner about the importance of eschewing luxury consumer goods – even though West purchased his eldest daughter a $62,000 tiara when she was barely a year old. Continue reading...
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I believe black Americans face a genocide. This is why | Ben Crump
Consider the physical, financial, mental, even spiritual deaths inflicted on black AmericansIn the weeks since the release of my book, Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People, the question I’ve been asked most often is whether my use of the word genocide in the title was meant to be intentionally provocative, rather than reflective of reality.Surely, genocide is too strong a word for the maltreatment of black people in America, some interviewers have suggested. True genocide is something that happened in Nazi Germany, Armenia and Rwanda, not the United States of America. Continue reading...
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Google is getting into banking
There's nothing the tech giant won't try out
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Are restaurants following the trends of coffee shops by releasing festive menus?
Zizzi, Pizza Express and Bella Italia are all releasing festive menus this year, with burger chains such as Shake Shack, Bills and Giraffe getting in on the action too.
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Hong Kong cleaner, 70, dies after being hit in the head by a brick thrown by 'masked rioters'
The elderly sanitation worker was on a lunch break on Wednesday when he was hit by 'hard objects hurled by masked rioters', police said. Officers are treating the case as murder.
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Marzia Kjellberg admits hairdresser laughed at DIY cutting mishap after PewDiePie branded her a ‘Karen’
PewDiePie branded her a 'Karen' before comparing her to TWD's Daryl Dixon.
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Ruud van Nistelrooy 'made Cristiano Ronaldo cry' at Man Utd after Portugal star's father died
Former Red Devils striker Louis Saha said that the Dutch striker's appetite for goals made things difficult for the younger members of Sir Alex Ferguson's squad
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Doctor Foster creator gives update on highly-anticipated third series
Mike Bartlett, 39, from Oxford - creator of the hit BBC drama 'Doctor Foster' - said that he was proud of the ending of series two, but said he would revisit 'the right story at the right time'.
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Best Apple watch straps 2019
Make your watch stand out
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Raheem Sterling's Liverpool scars may never heal – but all he ever wanted was respect
The England talisman's outburst at Joe Gomez was evidently out of order, yet it was also symptomatic of deeper-seated tension between Sterling and his former club
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