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Man surprises girlfriend by proposing as she boards plane – one year after they met on a flight
Love is in the air.
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Little Mix slay casual chic for clubbing night out as Jesy Nelson opts for cosy night in bed with pooch
To be fair, we’d probably choose Jesy’s Saturday night.
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The Crown season 3: Aberfan disaster portrayal proves hard to watch as viewers praise heartbreaking scenes
The colliery oil spill killed 116 children and 28 adults in 1966.
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Labour candidate to report Lib Dem rival to police for Grenfell claim
Emma Dent Coad alleges Sam Gyimah falsely accused her of having role in cladding decisionLatest election coverage – liveLabour’s general election candidate for Kensington and Chelsea has said she will report her Lib Dem rival to the police, alleging he made a false statement implying she had a role in discussing the flammable cladding used on Grenfell Tower.Emma Dent Coad, who became MP for the west London constituency in 2017 and is an ally of Jeremy Corbyn, said Sam Gyimah’s claims were “shameful” and accused him of whipping up false rumours that could lead to her being the target of violence. Continue reading...
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Dog toy company accidentally releases X-rated toy – but ends up embracing the design fail
Barkbox’s 'Big Honkin' Pigs In A Blanket' is going viral for all the wrong reasons.
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Tottenham v Arsenal: Women's Super League – live!
Updates from the Tottenham Hotspur StadiumThe WSL on Women’s Football Weekend: the season so farEmail Luke here and tweet to @LukeMcLaughlin 2.18pm GMT Don’t forget, you can get in touch with any thoughts on the match - or anything WSL-related. Tweet me here or email here ... 2.14pm GMT The teams are in for the first-ever WSL north-London derby.Tottenham Women: Spencer, Percival, Neville, Godfrey, Filbey, Worm, Peplow, Green (C), Dean, Graham, Furness. TEAM NEWS #THWFC: Spencer, Percival, Neville, Godfrey, Filbey, Worm, Peplow, Green (C), Dean, Graham, Furness. #SpurHerOn ⚪️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/2AatrhvrjO NORTH LONDON DERBY TEAM NEWS @LiaWaelti anchors the midfield ⚡️ @DanielleDonk and @Bmeado9 out wide @VivianneMiedema leads the line pic.twitter.com/47ziZeZ7y6 Continue reading...
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Strictly stars party in Blackpool as they celebrate BBC show and Gemma Atkinson's birthday
The stars of Strictly Come Dancing didn't let the chance to let their hair down in the seaside town pass them by following the BBC shows Blackpool special on Saturday night
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Barcelona planning for life after Luis Suarez; Lautaro Martinez, Neymar targets
Eric Abidal has confirmed that Barcelona are looking to the future in terms of replacing Luis Suarez, with the sporting director naming Lautaro Martinez and Neymar as possible targets.
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Kosovo vs England kick-off time, TV channel, live stream, odds, team news
Can England finish qualification in style?
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Granit Xhaka: Arsenal midfielder posts cryptic message on Instagram about 'happiness' in apparent dig at fans
Xhaka posted his message alongside an image of him playing for Switzerland
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General Election: Jeremy Corbyn explains Brexit plan for 'close EU relationship'
The Labour leader took the BBC's Andrew Marr through how Labour's plan for Brexit would work
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Catastrophe's Sharon Horgan divorces TV producer husband after 14 years
Actress, writer and director and her husband Jeremy Rainbird will have their divorce finalised in early 2020
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Virgil van Dijk drops out of the Netherlands squad ‘for personal reasons’
The centre-back will play no part against Estonia on Tuesday.
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Woman has baby at 90mph on M6 after loose dog and floods derail birth plan
It wasn't the calm home birth Hannah Rowlinson, 32, imagined.
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Quick-fix saving: how to set aside extra money for Christmas
It’s late November, but there’s still time to save for the festive season. Here’s a complete guide to how to do it – whether sharing, swapping or shopping aroundSelfridge’s may have opened its Christmas shop in July, but most of us are only just starting to think seriously about the festive season. Hot on the heels of working out how you plan to spend Christmas comes the realisation of how much you plan to spend. Presents, food and trips out swiftly add up.Of course, there are lots of ways to celebrate that do not require a big outlay. But if there are things you know you want to do or buy, and your budget is not limitless, some quick-fix savings will help. Continue reading...
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Reporting is on trial in Trump coverage as Twitter mob savages errors | Emily Bell
Newsrooms often lack a strategy to cope with the new world of instant social media outrageIt would be interesting to know what Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward thought of the opening words of the Washington Post coverage of the Watergate impeachment hearings in 1973. “If you like to watch grass grow you would have loved the opening yesterday of the Senate select committee’s hearings on the Watergate and related campaign misdeeds,” wrote Jules Witcover.The correspondent writing in the paper that owned the story and ultimately brought down the presidency of Richard Nixon continued: “The investigation doesn’t intend to sacrifice thoroughness – or when necessary, even boredom – for sensationalism, just to hold the TV audience.” Forty eight years and two impeachments later, this process and perhaps journalism have not moved on very much. But the expectation and environment for both politics and reporting is radically changed. Continue reading...
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Tragic and heroic life of Prince Philip’s mother Princess Alice of Battenburg
The Crown season 3 dramatised the final days of Prince Philip's mother Princess Alice of Battenburg, played by Jane Lapotaire
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Kosovo manager jokes about the only way to stop Man City star Raheem Sterling
Kosovo face England today and boss Bernard Challandes has been joking about the only way his team can stop Manchester City ace Raheem Sterling.
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NHS bosses accused of gagging staff during election campaign
Staff say some trusts have gone too far in applying rules on political impartialityNHS staff claim they are being prevented from speaking out during the election campaign because their bosses are applying rules about political neutrality too zealously. Health workers have been told not to get involved in any political debates on social media during the campaign. NHS organisations have also banned staff from appearing in uniform or featuring any of their equipment, such as an ambulance, in their online posts or profiles. Continue reading...
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Labour’s broadband pledge shows a return to the vision of its great election victories | Owen Jones
1945, 1964 and 1997 – the party does best when it has a bold plan. Now it needs to talk about housing, schools and hospitalsThe promise of Thatcherism went like this: make the market king and the individual will be liberated from the dead weight of the state and collectivism, free to thrive through their own efforts. Market forces meant more efficiency, competition would drive down costs, and the proceeds of higher growth could be splashed on services and infrastructure.Then came the reality: insecurity bred by hire-and-fire low-skill jobs and a lack of affordable housing for millions did not feel like freedom, while privatised utilities offering rip-off prices and poor quality services were a humiliating rebuke to the market fundamentalists. The economic growth of the free market era was substantially weaker and far more unevenly distributed than the demonised age of social democracy: even more so after a crash caused by a privately run banking system. Continue reading...
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Moment man falls in slow motion onto car bonnet in ridiculous ‘crash for cash’ bid
The footage was captured by two pals on their way to work in Sutton-in-Ashfield, as they saw him hurl himself onto their car
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Barcelona 'reject Ivan Rakitic transfer bid' from Premier League club
Man Utd have been linked with a transfer move for Ivan Rakitic - but Barcelona have rejected a bid from a Premier League club
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Bruno Fernandes reveals transfer dream amid Manchester United rumours
Man Utd were heavily linked with a move for Bruno Fernandes in the summer transfer window but opted against a move.
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Milkmen will now deliver beer with your pint straight to your front door
A milk delivery service is now offering to drop beer off at your front door with the morning milk.
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Home and Away spoilers: Robbo holds Dylan Carter hostage during mysterious plan
He calls up Des with an offer.
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Eden Hazard ‘not surprised’ by Frank Lampard’s success at Chelsea and praises youngsters
The Belgian was sold shortly before his old teammate took charge.
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Stephen Hendry backs Judd Trump to beat Ronnie O’Sullivan in Northern Ireland Open final
This would be a huge result
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Girl, 13, critical after machete-wielding gang burst into home and stab her
The horrific attack - in which a woman, 41, was also injured - happened on Saturday night at a house in Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
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'Stolen' Banksy may fetch £1m after reappearing at auction house
British artist Andy Link claims The Drinker was stolen from him
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Russia refuse to wear new kit for Belgium qualifier after Adidas design inverts the country's flag
The design of the new shirt inverts the nation's horizontal tricolour of white, dark blue and red, instead closer resembling the flag of Serbia
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Man City news and transfers LIVE City 'consider' Kingsley Coman move and Bayern make Guardiola admission
All the latest Manchester City breaking news, transfer gossip and the latest on Pep Guardiola's squad.
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Virgil van Dijk leaves Holland squad due to 'personal circumstances'
The Dutch FA has confirmed Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk will not play in their final Euro 2020 qualifier against Estonia this week
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Muslim students in China returned home to find loved ones had vanished into camps for thinking 'unhealthy thoughts', leaked documents reveal
'Freedom is only possible when the 'virus' in their thinking is eradicated'
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Saracens set to drop appeal against fine and points penalty for salary cap breach
• PA Media report: £5.4m fine, 35-point penalty will be imposed• Saracens would be left on -22 points, 26 adrift of LeicesterSaracens are set to drop their planned appeal against a £5.4m fine and a 35-point penalty for a breach of the salary cap, PA Media understands. Related: Saracens start Champions Cup defence under storm clouds Continue reading...
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Woking's Pizza Express inundated with fake reviews after Prince Andrew interview
The Duke Of York said he hadn 'no recollection' of meeting Virginia Giuffre because he had taken his daughter to the Woking branch of the restaurant on the said day
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The Queen looks elegant in a turquoise ensemble as attend a Sunday service in Windsor
The monarch appeared stoic during her weekly drive to worship just hours after her second son appeared in a 'car crash' interview about his relationship with billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein
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Labour candidate ‘ran Facebook group helping members dodge expulsion for anti-Semitism’
Holocaust deniers were allegedly given tips on battling internal Labour party probes.
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Man Utd and Liverpool interested in Wigan teenager Joe Gelhardt ahead of January transfer window
Highly-rated teenager Joe Gelhardt is wanted by Man Utd, Liverpool, Man City, Tottenham, Everton and Chelsea after impressing for Wigan in the Championship
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New Mars rover will visit perfect spot to find signs of life, says scientists
Hope of finding evidence rests in the 'bathtub ring'
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Who was Princess Margaret’s ‘toy boy’ Roddy Llewellyn, as featured in The Crown season 3?
Their affair takes centre stage in the new series.
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Sir Chris Hoy and his wife: 'Our son weighed 2lbs 2oz - it was like holding a frail baby bird'
The Manchester-trained Olympian's son was born 11 weeks early
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Venice closes St Mark’s Square as high water threatens again
Third major flooding expected in city in less than a week, as rain lashes rest of Italy Venice has closed St Mark’s Square before the expected third major flooding in less than a week, as rain lashed the rest of Italy and warnings were issued in Florence and Pisa.Venice forecast an “acqua alta”, or high water, of 160cm (over 5ft) for Sunday, lower than Tuesday’s 187cm – the highest level in half a century – but still dangerous. Continue reading...
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Minister denies Tory Priti Patel blocked rescue of British orphaned refugees
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab claimed reports from a National Security Committee meeting that the Home Secretary had objected to British children being brought home
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Greggs boss gives up steak bakes and sausage rolls to go vegan
He won't be able to enjoy a Festive Bake this year.
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