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KSI shades Tommy Fury as he turns down chance to fight him: ‘He needs me more than I need him’
He's giving it the big talk...
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Dalian Atkinson death: police officers to stand trial next September
Benjamin Monk is accused of murder and Mary Ellen Bettley-Smith denies assaultA police officer accused of the murder of the former Aston Villa star Dalian Atkinson will stand trial in September next year alongside a colleague who denies assaulting the ex-footballer.PC Benjamin Monk, 41, was not required to enter pleas to a count of murder and an alternative charge of manslaughter during a pre-trial hearing at Birmingham crown court on Monday. Continue reading...
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Sesame Street receives Kennedy Center Honors to rare bipartisan cheer
Members of both parties could be seen applauding as show is recognized at America’s most prestigious performing arts awardsThe children’s favourite Sesame Street on Sunday became the first TV programme to receive Kennedy Center Honors – and its magic conjured some much needed bipartisan accord in Washington. Related: Caroll Spinney, who played Big Bird on Sesame Street, dies aged 85 Continue reading...
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Anthony Joshua 'definitely' wants to defend heavyweight titles in Nigeria after defeating Andy Ruiz
IBF, WBA and WBC champion hopes to bring first world heavyweight title fight to Africa since 'Rumble in the Jungle'
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Rod Stewart ‘absolutely shattered’ when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer
He thanked his wife Penny Lancaster for helping him through it.
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15 best beauty gift sets for the ultimate treat this Christmas
There's something for everyone in our luxury list full of cult favourites and new contenders
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Boris Johnson takes private jet to avoid drive from Doncaster to Teesside
The prime minister flew the 84 mile journey to target Labour heartlands in the north east of England.
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Domestic abuse and forced marriage helpline received 25% rise in calls this year
Two-thirds of callers got in touch to seek emotional support
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Former Coronation Street star Lucy-Jo Hudson reveals she’s expecting a baby boy with boyfriend Lewis Devine
Lucy-Jo previously announced her pregnancy in August.
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Polluting firms likely to lose almost half of their value due to climate change policies, UN-backed report says
Companies are 'underpricing' impact of transition to low-carbon future
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Extinction Rebellion shuts down key roads in Manchester and London to protest air pollution
Action dubbed 'Air we grieve' to highlight deaths caused by poor air quality
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Hermes driver demolishes letterbox by trying to stuff package with £25 dress through front door
Barry Murphy, 35, from Cardiff, was left 'extremely annoyed' at Hermes after coming home to find his letterbox wrenched out the front door, accusing a delivery driver of 'forcing' through his package.
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Golden Globes nominations 2020: Marriage Story and The Irishman set for battle
Awards shaping up as three-way fight between Marriage Story – which leads with six nominations – and Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which both have fiveMarriage Story, Noah Baumbach’s acclaimed comedy of divorce, has united voters for this year’s Golden Globe awards, earning six nominations. The film, which stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver as a separating couple, has been recognised in the categories for best drama, best actor in a drama, best actress in a drama, best screenplay (for Baumbach), best score (for Randy Newman) and best supporting actress (Laura Dern).Trailing with five nominations is Martin Scorsese’s epic mob drama The Irishman, which picked up a nod for best drama alongside two supporting actor nominations – for Al Pacino and Joe Pesci – alongside nods for Scorsese’s direction and Steven Zaillian’s screenplay. Robert De Niro lost out on a place in the best actor race. Continue reading...
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New BioShock game announced by 2K from new studio Cloud Chamber
2K has finally announced a new BioShock game, but it’s going to be in development for ‘the next several years’…
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European Space Agency to launch space debris collector in 2025
Robotic junk collector will be first mission to remove item of debris from orbitA four-armed robotic junk collector will be launched into space by the European Space Agency in what it says will be the first mission to remove an item of debris from orbit.The ClearSpace-1 mission, scheduled for launch in 2025, will cost €120m and will grab a single piece of junk. But the agency hopes the mission will pave the way for a wide-reaching clear-up operation, with Esa’s director general calling for new rules that would compel those who launch satellites to take responsibility for removing them from orbit once they are retired from use. Continue reading...
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Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Luis Alberto are leading Lazio's surge
Win over Juventus might have allowed a third horse to enter Serie A’s title race – with a wealth of attacking riches to call onSergej Milinkovic-Savic needed only one glance to know it was time to start running. Few of the 60,000 fans in attendance at the Stadio Olimpico could have guessed what was about to happen as the Serbian, moving without the ball in the middle of the Juventus half, began to accelerate towards the left touchline. Seconds later, he was beside the penalty spot, scoring to give Lazio a 2-1 lead.It was a strike that highlighted the breadth of Milinkovic-Savic’s talent. He had judged his movement perfectly, pulling away from Alex Sandro and bending a run into the blind spot behind Matthijs de Ligt at centre-back. Strength and finesse were required to hold off the Dutchman while taming a cross on one boot and burying it with the other. Continue reading...
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Subprime lender Amigo faces fresh turmoil as bosses quit
Shake-up comes as founder uses controlling stake to push his way back on to boardThe chief executive and chairman of the subprime lender Amigo are stepping down, signalling fresh turmoil at the loans group after its billionaire founder pushed his way back on to the board.The chief executive, Hamish Paton, who has been in the role for less than five months, will continue in the job for another year to ensure an orderly handover to his successor. Continue reading...
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England to wear black armbands against South Africa as tribute to Bob Willis
Willis died last week at the age of 70
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Wythenshawe finally has its own Screwfix...and it could mean great things for local charities
The new Sharston store could mean a boost for Wythenshawe charities, thanks to the Screwfix Foundation
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Girl, 5, carries sibling through -35C cold without shoes after being left home alone in Alaska
A five-year-old girl carried her younger sibling half a mile through -35C cold with no shoes on after they were left home alone, US authorities reported.
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Jo Swinson admits U-turn over Brexit as she concedes Liberal Democrats will not win majority
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Queen heartbreak: Jeremy Vine hits out at Prince Andrew scandal – 'she doesn't need this!'
JEREMY VINE lashed out at Prince Andrew while discussing the difficulty the Queen has faced towards the end of her reign.
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Shaun Goater explains how Man City squad will react to Pep Guardiola reality check
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City can't compete with the best teams in the Premier League and Champions League.
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'Unnatural' devil lips photo divides internet as people try to tell if it's real
A horrifying new beauty trend known as 'devil lips' has gone viral on social media, but not everyone is convinced it's a real thing
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Disgusting moment creepy marathon runner gropes female TV reporter live on air
Alexandrea Bozarjian was left lost for words after the runner groped her, but later launched a blistering attack on Twitter
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Boris Johnson 'hates' working class people and Labour will deliver him a bigger shock at general election than 2017, McDonnell says
Shadow chancellor dismisses fears that Labour heartland voters are deserting to Conservatives, insisting 'They have had enough. I think they want real change'
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How Aaron Wan-Bissaka has impressed Manchester United teammates in training
Man Utd right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka has impressed since arriving in the summer but Darren Fletcher wants to see him improve in one area.
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Bioshock: 2K games finally announces it is working on a new sequel in beloved series
It is the first official news on the series in years
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Golden Globes 2020 nominations: The Irishman, Marriage Story and 1917 honoured
Awards season is here, people.
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Passengers arriving at Rochdale will soon be able to use ticket for town centre tram - at no extra cost
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says he wants to support town centre living
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Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez say company seeking HIV patent extension 'deceitful and immoral'
Trump urged to block company from holding back drug from marketOpinion: Defeating HIV is more about politics than science Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are calling on the Trump administration to block a drug company in its efforts to extend its patent on a crucial anti-HIV drug. Related: Facebook under fire after ads for anti-HIV drug PrEP deemed political Continue reading...
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Man City fans should stand together with Manchester United
Two Man United players were allegedly racially abused and pelted with objects during their win at Manchester City on Saturday.
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Jacqueline Jossa breaks silence in video with wedding ring back on as she swerves party
I'm a Celeb winner Jacqueline Jossa has finally spoken out on social media while wearing her wedding ring again after her marriage was rocked by several cheating claims
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Jose Mourinho explains Sir Alex Ferguson talks after Son Heung-min's stunning solo goal
The South Korean forward has been in sensational form since Mourinho's appointment and scored a goal of the season contender in the win against Burnley
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A ‘meteor hurricane’ caused civilisation to collapse and another could wipe out humanity
Space objects wreaked havoc on Earth and caused a devastating apocalypse which destroyed early societies.
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Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield accused of being awkward amid feud
This Morning viewers have suggested hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby seemed 'awkward' as they appeared on TV for the first time amid feud claims.
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Golden Globes 2020 nominations: The full list of film and TV stars up for an award
​​The nominees for the 2020 Golden Globes have been announced ahead of the star-studded ceremony, which will take place in January.
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NASA unveils stunning photo of Geminids Meteor Shower ahead of peak this weekend
NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day is this stunning photo of the Geminids Meteor Shower, which was snapped in Chile in 2013
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Scammers con couple into buying 'brand new TV' at M6 services car park - which turned out to be fake
The pair said the fraudster claimed to be a delivery driver from Costco
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Boris Johnson refuses to look at photo of four-year-old boy on hospital floor, takes reporter's phone and puts it in his pocket
During a TV interview, prime minister Boris Johnson refused to look at a picture of a four-year-old boy forced to lie on the floor in an NHS hospital, eventually taking the phone of a reporter attempting to show it to him and putting it in his pocket.
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Mark Noble: We need to replicate display at Chelsea... and stop giving away soft set-piece goals
The defeat at Wolves last week was so frustrating, especially after we had played really well in the 1-0 win at Chelsea.
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Mattress thieves: why light-fingered hotel guests are now a very big problem
Luxury hotels have always had to contend with toiletries and even the odd bathrobe being pilfered. But now thieves are suddenly much more ambitiousName: Mattress theft.Age: Young. This is recent. Continue reading...
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Pasta crimes rock Italian town and threaten traditional culinary art
After a restaurant is busted for serving untraceable orecchiette, the pasta makers of Bari fear for their future, finds Jason Horowitz
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UN says member states violating Libya arms embargo
Jordan, Turkey and UAE singled out for ‘routinely and blatantly’ supplying weapons UN member states have systematically violated a Libyan arms embargo, according to a long-awaited UN report due to be published on Monday that will identify Jordan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates as the main culprits.The report is expected to say these three countries “routinely and sometimes blatantly supplied weapons with little effort to disguise the source”. It is also likely to link the UAE to a bombing of a detention centre that has been described as a war crime. Continue reading...
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New Zealand volcano: Fears for three Brits after deadly eruption
Three British nationals are named as "missing" on an unofficial Red Cross list set up for loved ones who are concerned after the volcano on New Zealand's White Island erupted
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