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Villagers support gay couple sent homophobic letters for Pride flag outside shop
The community said they wanted to 'send a message that outdated views and hate won’t be tolerated'.
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Marshall Jefferson sues Kanye West over alleged unauthorised Move Your Body sample
Suit claims the 1986 house anthem was used at least 22 times on West’s track Flowers from Donda 2Marshall Jefferson is suing Kanye West for sampling his 1986 hit Move Your Body at least 22 times, allegedly without a licence, on the song Flowers, from West’s 2022 album Donda 2.The Chicago house progenitor’s publisher Ultra International Music Publishing filed the complaint at New York’s US District Court on 29 June, the BBC reports. Continue reading...
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England vs Switzerland LIVE: Euro 2022 final warm-up game team news, line-ups and more today
Follow all the action from Zurich as the Lionesses finalise preparations for next week’s home European Championships
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The Terminal List showrunner breaks down Prime Video thriller’s similarities to Jack Carr’s best-selling book
The TV show is a 'different take' on the book.
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Nadine Dorries mistakes rugby league for union code at World Cup event
Culture secretary thought Jonny Wilkinson won league prizeRFL chief executive refuses to criticise MP over commentNadine Dorries, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, stunned a rugby league audience by confusing the 13-man game with the rival code.Speaking in St Helens at the launch of a report into the social impact made by the upcoming Rugby League World Cup, Dorries opened her address with a reference to Jonny Wilkinson’s match-winning drop goal for England in the 2003 Rugby Union World Cup. Continue reading...
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Police trauma over boy’s murder as prosecutors say: ‘We cannot bring Logan back’
Logan Mwangi was discovered dead in the River Ogmore in Bridgend, having suffered “catastrophic” injuries.
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Which countries have highest Covid death rates as cases rise in UK?
Covid cases are on the rise in the UK with the latest reports estimating 1.7 million people have contracted the virus. Deaths appear to have peaked though, but some countries are worse hit that others
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What Youri Tielemans said about his future amid Manchester United transfer links
Leicester City star Youri Tielemans was a Man Utd transfer target in 2019 and he is being linked with a move to Old Trafford once again.
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Nadine Dorries mixes up rugby league and union in embarrassing 'Bloody Mary' cock-up
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Nadine Dorries made a gaffe when she recalled Jonny Wilkinson's famous drop goal to seal England's Rugby Union World Cup win in 2003
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Union boss Mick Lynch criticises ‘exorbitant’ wages of TfL bosses
The Standard has revealed that almost 600 TfL executives earned more than £100,000 last year
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Health chiefs warn monkeypox now infecting children - 8 symptoms to look out for
The World Health Organisation is investigating reports of infected children in Britain, as well as following up reports in Spain and France
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Kanye West called out for alleged ‘hypocrisy’ over Donda 2 sample claim
The complaint claims that his ‘Flowers’ track includes unauthorised use of the 1986 hit ‘Move Your Body’
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Mattia Binotto warned he could lose Ferrari chief job after 'giving' wins to Red Bull
F1 icon Juan Pablo Montoya believes Ferrari would be willing to replace team principal Binotto unless they make improvements in their bid to challenge Red Bull for the constructors' title
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Young mother shot in the head and killed while pushing baby stroller in New York City
'When a mother’s pushing a baby carriage down the block… and is shot at point-blank range — this shows just how this national problem is impacting families'
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Plastic Free July 2022: Everything you need to smash the challenge
Looking for ideas and tips? You’ve come to the right place
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Putin says naked G7 leaders would be a ‘disgusting sight’
Vladimir Putin has hit back yesterday (29 June) at Boris Johnson and other Western leaders who mocked his topless horse-riding picture, commenting they would look “disgusting” if they tried to copy him.
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Why I live in Stanmore: The Cornrow founder Kemi Lawson on her ‘green, eclectic, diverse’ outer London neighbourhood
Kemi Lawson founded lifestyle site The Cornrow, celebrating the modern black aesthetic. Here’s why her diverse area is such a big draw
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'Very dangerous' nuclear warheads spotted travelling near 'schools and hospitals'
But the Ministry of Defence say in over 50 years of transporting nuclear material by road in the UK, there has never been an incident that has posed any radiation hazard to the public
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Supreme Court limits EPA in curbing power plant emissions
In a blow to the fight against climate change, the Supreme Court has limited how the nation’s main anti-air pollution law can be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants
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Remains of 7 WWI soldiers given military burial in Flanders
The remains of seven soldiers killed in World War I have been given full military burial after their remains were discovered during a gas pipeline construction near Ypres
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Putin ‘still wants to capture most of Ukraine’, US warns
They say Putin has a 'mismatch between his ambitions and what the military is able to accomplish'.
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Netflix UK July 2022: All new movies and TV series coming to platform next month
Netflix may have had a rough start to 2022, but they are still dropping massive amounts of content. There are some highly anticipated TV shows coming this month, along with some must see movies
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Oleksandr Usyk sends £500m message to Tyson Fury ahead of Anthony Joshua fight
Usyk and Fury could face off in a heavyweight unification bout in 2022 if the Ukrainian is successful in his rematch with Anthony Joshua... and if Fury comes out of retirement
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Lewis Hamilton arrives at Silverstone paddock hours after Ecclestone backed Piquet in racism row
Lewis Hamilton headed to work on Thursday afternoon as the Formula 1 race row intensified.
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Footage shows Ukrainian military ‘driving Russian forces’ from Snake Island
Russian forces abandoned the strategic Black Sea outpost of Snake Island on Thursday, in what Ukraine is describing as a major victory that could loosen the grip of Moscow’s blockade on Ukrainian ports.
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US supreme court hobbles government power to limit harmful emissions
Court sides with Republican states as ruling represents landmark moment in rightwing effort to dismantle ‘regulatory state’The US supreme court has sided with Republican-led states to in effect hobble the federal government’s ability to tackle the climate crisis, in a ruling that will have profound implications for the government’s overall regulatory power.In a move that will seriously hinder America’s ability to stave off disastrous global heating, the supreme court, which became dominated by rightwing justices under the Trump administration, has opted to support a case brought by West Virginia that demands the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) be limited in how it regulates planet-heating gases from the energy sector. Continue reading...
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Why has Instagram gone black? App surprises users with new dark feed
An unprompted update to the app has switched the feed's usual white background to black.
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Halifax tells customers who don't like staff pronoun badges they can close their accounts
Halifax said the move was 'a very simple solution to accidental misgendering', and told customers if they dislike their 'values' they can close their accounts - there has been mixed reactions to the move.
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Supreme Court delivers devastating blow to US climate action
The US Supreme Court has delivered a severe blow today to the federal government’s ability to tackle the climate crisis.
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Nicola Sturgeon should NOT be given IndyRef2 – ‘Already had a referendum, that's it!’
NICOLA STURGEON should not be allowed a second referendum on Scotland's independence, a new poll of Express.co.uk readers has found.
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Russian state TV hits back at 'jealous' Boris Johnson with 'woman-like figure' rant
Russia has today erected a poster of Boris Johnson as a grandma, following the Boris Johnson's claims that a woman would not have started the now four month-long war in Ukraine
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Revealed: Which Tube stations have faced the longest closures?
Staff absences, customer incidents and signalling failures have led to London’s Tube stations being closed for a total of 76 days over the past three years - new figures have found.
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Sturgeon's SNP demands no more Scottish money sent to Ukraine as Putin's attacks rage on
Nicola Sturgeon's SNP ministers have said they will not be providing any more money to aid Ukraine against Putin's cruel invasion.
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How to date and ‘get to know’ more than one person at a time
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UK trade deal with Australia amounts to ‘offshoring’ pesticide use, MPs warn
Select committee says ministers want to rush through deal allowing food imports that fall below UK environmental standardsThe government is rushing through a trade deal with Australia that would allow food produced with pesticides banned in the UK to be imported into the country, campaigners and MPs have warned.The international trade select committee in parliament has called for a vote on the deal, which would result in food produced below British domestic environmental standards being sold in the UK. Continue reading...
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Upper East Side shooting – live: Hunt for killer of New York City mother slain while pushing stroller
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Brexiteer, ex-Labour councillor, and now Tory MP Lee Anderson answers YOUR questions
BREXITEER, former Labour councillor, and now a Tory MP, Lee Anderson will answer YOUR burning questions on the biggest political issues of the day.
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Liz Cheney denounces Trump as ‘domestic threat’ trying to ‘unravel’ US rule of law
GOP lawmaker calls on her party to stop supporting Trump as he undermines US democracy
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Greater Manchester’s first respite centre for those who have attempted or considered suicide to open in Prestwich
Maytree Respite Centre will offer four-night short stays to adults who have experienced a mental health crisis
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Cliff Richard shares his secrets to staying young as he appears at Wimbledon
Veteran singer Cliff Richard looked dapper attending Wimbledon recently. He previously shared his tips for staying young
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AOC praises Biden saying he’d support a filibuster change to protect abortion: ‘Now we’re talking’
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York praised President Joe Biden saying he’d support a change to the filibuster to protect abortion rights.
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Grandmother, 90, left in hospital corridor for 30 hours in brutal sign of NHS pressure
A grandmother, who wished to remain anonymous and was three weeks from her 90th birthday, was stuck on a stretcher in Whiston Hospital, near Liverpool, for 40 hours.
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Erik ten Hag given transfer solution and told Man Utd offer would "always" be accepted
Sergio Romero spent six years at Manchester United before his contract expired at the end of the 2020/21 season, his departure came following a disagreement with former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
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ADVERTORIAL: Coco & Eve slash up to 30% off best-sellers on Amazon this Prime Day
From the 12th to the 13th July, Amazon will be having it famous Prime Day sale - and customers can bag a beauty bargain or two from Coco & Eve’s best-sellers
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Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton are expecting their first child
Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton are expecting their first child together. The actress debuted her growing baby bump at the premiere of her new movie, Mr Malcom’s List, in New York City on 29 June.
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Tui customer stranded for 51 hours tells how coach driver ‘swigged beer behind wheel’ 
Holidaymakers say they were treated 'like prisoners' amid heavy delays on their way back from Turkey.
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First EVER intact example of rare WW2 RAF bomber found by diver on seabed
An intact Martin Baltimore RAF bomber from World War Two has been discovered on the seabed off the Italian island of Linosa after crashing in 1942, thanks to diver Fabio Portella
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‘Even under war, we must live’: the Kyiv art scene determined to party
Last weekend, On Time festival brought together Kyiv’s music, art and craft communities to celebrate creativity – and vent the trauma of the Russian invasionNestled in a peaceful green dell, hidden beneath a glowing canopy of deciduous woodland, the morning sun shines over the old river port of Kyiv. Shafts of light pour into the courtyard of a bright-red, Soviet-era ribbon factory being artfully repurposed during a time of war.For over a decade the 19th-century factory buildings on Nyzhnoiurkivska 31 in Podil district have been the go-to place in Kyiv for all-weekend raves and youth subcultures, welcomed by resident nightclubs Closer, Mezzanine and Otel’. It all came crashing down when Russia invaded Ukraine and most of the people who worked and socialised here either left for somewhere safe to shelter, joined the army, or started volunteering to help with the war effort. But today is a new dawn for the ribbon factory, with On Time, the country’s first large-scale alternative music and arts event since the invasion five months ago.Festivalgoers chat in the ribbon factory’s courtyard. Continue reading...
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