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Factory fire in Delhi kills more than 40 people
A fire in a factory in India has killed more than 40 people.
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Anthony Joshua details the health issue that cost him the first Andy Ruiz fight
'I didn't know what was wrong with me'
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Parties pledge final election promises as polling day looms
For some, it’s the stuff of nightmares but for one political leader this Friday the 13th could be a dream come true. And with just three days of campaigning left until the polls open, the parties are all making their final pledges and promises.
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Horror as shopper 'suffers head injury after falling from an escalator in Llandudno Primark'
A grandmother was rushed to Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital in Bangor after falling on an escalator while shopping with her grand-children in Primark in Llandudno, Wales, around 2.10pm today.
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The Grand Tour star Jeremy Clarkson watches his sheep having sex as he gets to grips with farming life
Jeremy wants to make sure they don't run off. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Juice Wrld’s final heartbreaking post saw him celebrating 21st birthday days before tragic death
He celebrated his birthday only days ago. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Piers Morgan regrets not 'having a crack' on Kate Garraway because 'bar was low' with husband
When Piers Morgan found out who Kate Garraway was marrying he emailed her to make fun, which she apparently took in good humour
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Nevada man's DNA changes after bone marrow transplant and is replaced by that of his German donor
Chris Long, from Reno, found that both his blood and semen had changed following treatment for acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic syndromes.
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Krampus: Rampaging horned demons causing 'chaos' in European towns complain they are being attacked
'We are always portrayed as the bad ones who beat children and women'
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Boris Johnson defended gay military ban and Robert Mugabe's homophobic comments
EXCLUSIVE The shocking comments are among a raft of newly uncovered remarks from his newspaper and magazine columns, which Labour say demonstrate that Mr Johnson is 'a danger to our country'
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Best car booster seats to buy in the UK 2019
Keep your little on safe and secure when you're out and about. Choose from top rated booster seats from brand including Joie and Graco
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Best baby bottle starter kits 2019: Everything you'll need to feed your little one
If you've decided to bottle feed your new bundle of joy, here are the best bottle starter kits you can buy right now including favourites from Tommee Tippee, Avent and Chicco
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Gerrard slams Celtic offside goal and explains with Morelos took Rangers penalty
A tough result to take for the Liverpool legend. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Unlikely pals Bradley Cooper and Anna Wintour make stylish arrival at Heathrow together
Besties. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Teachers share stories of being bullied in video to help pupils
Pupils were stunned into silence when they watched the clip. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
A room with a phone and a catalogue for Christmas shopping: Life in the young offenders' Institution where teen whose knife killed Yousef Makki is held
In July Joshua Molnar was locked up for a minimum of eight months for possessing the knife that killed Yousef and for lying to the police by claiming someone else was responsible
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U2 pay honor to late K-pop star Sulli in touching Seoul concert tribute
U2 played in Seol for the first time this weekend. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Police issue urgent plea to find 17-year-old girl who has not been seen since leaving home yesterday
Alicia Sesay, 17, left her home in the town of Letchworth, Hertfordshire at 1.30pm yesterday and has not been seen since. She is believed to have travelled to the Plumstead area of London.
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From the 'bunny boiler' who plotted a robbery to the tenant armed with an axe - women whose offending shocked Greater Manchester
Their behaviour terrorised or endangered the public - and reflected worrying criminal trends
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Tories to welcome ‘award-winning’ migrants into UK after Brexit
Boris Johnson plans to crack down on low-skilled workers and favour 'exceptionally talented' migrants after Brexit with a points-based immigration system. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
The killing of Lisa Hession: We have the proof, now give us the killer's name
The unsolved case is still remembered by a lot of local people who still care
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Meter mix-up sees couple paying neighbour's electricity for two years
ScottishPower registered the wrong meter to Alison Hill's property in December 2017 but the mum says it has not yet rectified the mistake
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Children aged 11 and 12 charged with killing boy who was hit by car
The three had reportedly been arguing shortly before the victim was struck
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Roy Keane silences Sky Sports studio with reminder of Man Utd's achievements
The former Manchester United captain pointed out how hard it is to win the Premier League title three seasons on the trot - something he achieved at the club from 1999 to 2001
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Juice Wrld vowed to quit prescription painkiller codeine six-months before death
Juice Wrld died after falling ill at Chicago's Midway airport on Sunday at the age of 21
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Businessman reveals he bought Hitler's top hat for £43,000 to keep it from neo-Nazis
Abdallah Chatila (pictured) spent £500,000 on the haul of Nazi items, including Hitler's cigar box, a copy of Mein Kampf and the £43,000 hat, at a Munich auction house last month.
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Boy cowers in terror as hooded thugs fire crossbow and gun
Horrifying CCTV images capture an attack on a house in Worcester following 'a bitter turf war'. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
James Corden plays Boris Johnson in SNL sketch of NATO leaders mocking Trump
The Gavin and Stacey star put on a floppy blonde wig to play the Prime Minister and enact a scene from the summit this week when the leaders were caught on camera gossiping about the US President in the Saturday Night Live sketch
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Chris Hemsworth goes for casual jog in New York City winter and doesn’t look freezing at all
Looking good. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Liverpool’s Sadio Mane is the new Ronaldo, claims former Netherlands manager Danny Blind
'He is superb in every aspect' News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Jockeys to appeal against ban for ignoring ‘Stop’ flag at Sandown
• BHA to look at procedure after delay in ruling race void• Decision on London National came 35 minutes after finishThe British Horseracing Authority said on Sunday it will look at its procedures for declaring races void in the aftermath of the London National at Sandown Park on Saturday, when an extended delay for a stewards’ inquiry into the race meant many punters who were due a refund on their stakes had already left the course when the decision was announced.Venetia Williams’s popular chaser Houblon Des Obeaux, the winner of three races at the track, suffered a fatal heart attack approaching the end of the first circuit in the race. As vets and track staff attended to the stricken horse on the racing line, the decision was taken to stop the race. Continue reading...
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The UN conference move shows global heating plus inequality is a recipe for chaos | Maisa Rojas
The protests that forced COP25 to switch from Chile to Madrid had the climate crisis at their core• Maisa Rojas is scientific coordinator for the COP25 climate conferenceIt’s a grey winter day as I walk through the UN climate conference (known as COP25) in Madrid. The pavilions and rooms all have the names of cities, regions and rivers in Chile. They’re especially familiar to me: as well as being scientific coordinator for COP25, I’m director of Chile’s Centre for Climate and Resilience Research. It’s all a stark reminder that we should be in Santiago.But on 18 October 2019, the president of Chile declared a state of emergency and instituted a curfew to quell three days of public unrest that started because of an increase in metro fares. The outbreak of anger was summed up by the message, “This is not about 30 pesos, it is about 30 years”, referring to discontent lasting three decades, which appeared on walls across the city and on social media. The protests ultimately led to COP25’s move to Madrid. Continue reading...
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US military drone 'shot down by Russian forces in Libya'
Fears growing over Moscow's involvement in country's ongoing civil war
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Ask us a question: what do you want to know about the general election?
As part of a new series you can ask our political team any questions you have about the general electionOur political team are on hand to answer your questions about this election and we will be posting their responses on the politics live blog between 12.30 and 1.30pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays up until election day.If you have any questions about the general election, please get in touch. Continue reading...
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Celtic win Scottish League Cup with victory over bitter Glasgow rivals Rangers
A 59th minute Christopher Jullien goal was enough for the Hoops to record their tenth domestic trophy in a row despite Jeremie Frimpong being sent off and Rangers missing a penalty shortly afterwards
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Football faces calls for action on racism in wake of Manchester derby
Man reportedly named as Anthony Burke arrested over alleged racist abuse of Manchester United playerThe arrest of a man on Sunday in connection with alleged racist abuse directed towards Manchester United players in a televised derby has led to renewed soul searching about the extent of the problem in the game.In the immediate aftermath of the match at the Etihad, in which Manchester United beat rivals City 2-1, former player turned pundit Gary Neville blamed politicians including Boris Johnson for creating a climate where racism was more acceptable. Continue reading...
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Anthony Joshua lifts lid on mystery 'health issue' in first Andy Ruiz Jr fight
Anthony Joshua reclaimed his world heavyweight titles with victory over Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia, six months after losing to the Mexican
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Will getting Brexit done create another baby boom in the UK?
Boris Johnson says ‘euphoria’ around the London Olympics caused the birth rate to go upClaim: Boris Johnson has claimed that Brexit is going to bring such optimism and joy to the country there will be a baby boom, and suggested that it will parallel a previous rise in births after the 2012 Olympics.Background Continue reading...
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Man and woman arrested in Dover on suspicion of Syria-linked terrorism offences
Police said arrests not related in 'any way' to London Bridge terror attack
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Juice WRLD rapped about ‘not making it past 21’ before tragic death
He suffered a seizure.
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Disabled man kicked out of pub because ‘barman wrongly thought he was drunk’
Dafydd Knops, 20, struggles to see in dimly-lit spaces, because he suffers from rare eye condition known as retinitis pigmentosa.
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Don’t write Labour off – there is still hope for a fairer Britain | Letters
Les Bright and Dr Nicholas Falk respond to an article by Jonathan Freedland on a faultline running through Labour. And Alexis Rowell says he’s backing Jeremy CorbynIt is understandable that Jonathan Freedland doesn’t want to waste time jostling with others for space to write a postmortem on the warm entrails of Labour’s campaign next weekend (Can Labour bring its divided family together?, Journal, 7 December). But with days to go until the general election was it too much to expect that he might write about the key messages and actions needed to secure a Labour win, or at least to prevent a Tory victory, rather than assuming it’s all over – even though the fat lady is yet to sing?His analysis is simplistic and presents two key constituencies of past, present and future voters as if they are now, and always will be, irreconcilable. People sink their differences to support a cause they want to get behind – not just at general elections but around small-scale local campaigns; sometimes in doing so they have to accept that other personal goals will be delayed or get ditched as a consequence, but it’s a price they understand and pay. I hope and expect that many people will be making such calculations as they weigh up where to place their cross on Thursday.Les BrightExeter, Devon Continue reading...
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Pep Guardiola and Manchester City should shift their focus to Europe
The failure to replace Vincent Kompany, the habit of conceding goals in clusters and the strain of the manager’s intensity are taking their toll on the Premier League championsAnd with that, surely, Manchester City’s title race was run. Only the most astonishing of all collapses, Kevin Keegan riding Devon Loch across the line of every Greg Norman putt at Augusta – or possibly Leicester City – can stop Liverpool now. Jürgen Klopp’s side can go off to Qatar for the Club World Cup and play the eight games in 19 days that the schedule absurdly demands of them not only with a cushion but in the knowledge that the champions are fallible.That was said of City last season as well, of course, when away at Newcastle they lost a fourth game of the season at the end of January. Continue reading...
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Ultimate A-Z guide to surviving the Christmas and New Year party season
From hangover help to tips on beating the buffet - here is your ultimate guide to getting through the festive period and insuring that while you see out the end of the decade you don't end yourself in the process
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