When is The Masked Singer final? All the clues about the celebs behind the masks

The Masked Singer is on the countdown to the final as the identities of Sausage, Dragon, Harlequin, Robin and Badger remain a secret
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Britons face four-hour passport queues this summer, warns Border Force worker
Manually checking Covid-19 paperwork and quarantine requirements at UK airport arrivals ‘now takes 15 minutes per traveller’Britons returning from holidays abroad can expect four-hour passport queues in cramped, poorly ventilated arrival halls to become the norm this summer, a Border Force worker has told the Guardian.Amid claims from passengers arriving at London’s Heathrow airport that they were “terrified” they could catch Covid while waiting in long queues, the worker at Heathrow’s passport control said the matter is only set to worsen this summer unless the government eases the workload on staff. Continue reading...
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Man in Gaza describes terrifying moment he fled drone strike with pregnant wife
Yousef Hammash says his only thought was to escape with his wife and daughter as smoke and flames poured into the street.
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The world’s sexiest port cities, including Eurovision superstar Rotterdam
Unlike their manicured inland counterparts, port cities offer a gritty brand of glam just waiting to be explored by the intrepid traveller, writes Mark Jones
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Daniel Levy responds to Harry Kane’s plea to leave Tottenham
The striker feels he must leave north London to challenge for titles.
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Lost village which inspired Netflix series ‘emerges’ from Italian lake
Lake Resia engulfed the ancient village of Curon in 1950
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Alice - Curiouser & Curiouser review at the V&A: a rabbit-hole worth diving down
After a year of staring at screens, the V&A’s deep dive into Alice in Wonderland is the perfect, brightly coloured antidote
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More than 100 women accuse police officers of domestic abuse, alleging ‘boys club’ culture
One woman every week is coming forward to report their partner in the police is seriously abusing them or their children - more than 125 have come forward in the last two years, Channel 4 News can reveal. Every woman we spoke to said police failed to investigate their own.
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Meghan mocked as photo of her with Kate resurfaces from before she met Harry
MEGHAN MARKLE has been mocked on social media after a photograph of her holding an image of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, has surfaced from the time before she met Prince Harry.
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The Leader Podcast| Is the lockdown roadmap at risk from the Indian Covid variant?
The Prime Minister’s urging everyone eligible for a coronavirus vaccine jab to get one, as the Indian variant continues its spread in parts of England.
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DUP will reach out to broad range of unionist opinion, Poots says
The incoming leader also said he would treat LGBT community members the same as anyone else.
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England’s traffic-light system: is travel to ‘amber’ countries allowed?
What health experts, travel firms and ministers say about England’s new rules as lockdown easesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe ban on international travel has been replaced with a traffic-light system that has created widespread confusion and accusations of mixed messaging from ministers. More people than expected have attempted to travel to destinations on the amber list, with reports of three-hour queues at Heathrow airport. Restrictions still in place in many countries have also rendered the new UK system meaningless for many destinations. Continue reading...
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Eleven children killed in Gaza ‘were taking part in programme helping them with trauma’
Norwegian Refugee Council chief says group is ‘devastated’ to hear of deaths of young participants
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Lord of the Rings: Amazon explains why TV show costs four times as much as Game of Thrones
Middle Earth show’s five seasons will cost over a billion
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Tributes paid to officer manager at Greater Manchester Police Federation
"Christine was an absolute gem. She was so helpful and supportive and always very well organised in everything she got involved in."
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Prince Charles faced brutal royal dilemma between being Prince Harry's 'parent or boss'
PRINCE CHARLES faced a brutal dilemma when dealing with Prince Harry's exit from the Royal Family, according to a psychologist.
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Drag Race Down Under’s Coco Jumbo is still completely clueless as to who sent sinister note
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Kerry says US examining carbon border tax, sees risks
U_S_ special envoy for climate John Kerry says that Washington is looking into the possibility of introducing a fee on imports from countries that don’t tax heavy polluters, but cautioned that such a move could carry risks “downstream.”
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Boy, 12, taken to hospital in critical condition after being hit by a car
An air ambulance landed near the scene of the crash on Barlow Moor Road
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Now Health Minister Says Holidays Abroad Are ‘Dangerous’
A health minister has added to the confusion over coronavirus travel rules after saying going abroad is “dangerous” and “not for this year”.Lord Bethell’s comments come after environment secretary George Eustice was slapped down by No.10 for suggesting people could travel to so-called “amber list” countries to visit friends.Boris Johnson also later stressed that amber list countries were “not somewhere you should be going on holiday”.But Bethell went much further than government rules, which allows people to travel to Portugal, Iceland and nine other countries without having to quarantine on their return, opening the door to summer holidays.The peer’s comments are the latest example of chaotic messaging on foreign travel from the government, and are likely to fuel confusion following the lifting of the ban on foreign holidays on Monday.He made his remarks amid continuing concern over the rise in cases of the potentially more transmissible variant that originated in India in parts of England.Labour said the confusion had created “dangerous chaos” and called for “a pause on international travel”, while Johnson’s former aide Dominic Cummings has labelled the UK’s border policy a “joke”.Going much further than the government position, Bethell said: “Travelling is dangerous. That is not news to us or to the people who get on those planes in the first place.“We do ask people, particularly as we go into the summer, travelling is not for this year, please stay in this country.” Earlier, Eustice struck a markedly different tone, suggesting people could travel to even amber list countries if they “feel the need” to visit family or friends.But the prime minister’s official spokesperson said travel to amber list countries was only permitted for a very limited number of reasons.“The position remains that people should not travel to amber list countries and that is to protect public health,” they said.“We recognise that the restrictions that have been placed are difficult for the public. “There may be essential reasons for which people still have to travel to amber list countries but of course strict quarantine and testing measures will apply.“There are some limited reasons why it might be acceptable to travel – for work purposes, protecting essential services or compassionate reasons such as a funeral or care of a family member but otherwise people should not be travelling to these countries.”Shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds said: “The Conservatives’ border policies have unravelled into dangerous chaos within a matter of hours since international travel was opened up. “There is a lack of strategy, which has meant the UK government, and their own ministers, are giving out conflicting and confused advice about whether people are allowed to travel, especially between ‘amber list’ countries.“Labour has been clear that there should be a pause on international travel, to guard against further importing of dangerous strains, setting back hopes for ending restrictions.”Related...Boris Johnson's Covid Nurse Quits NHS Over Lack Of Respect And PayNo.10 Hits Back At Dominic Cummings Attack On UK's 'Joke' Border PolicyBoris Johnson Says He Will Know More About Indian Covid Variant In A 'Few Days'
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Tommy Lee and wife Brittany Furlan share freaky video proof they’re being haunted by ghost that opens their bin
Shout, shout, shout at Tom the ghost.
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Private jet experience for under £9 as Ryanair flies plane with 176 empty seats
Transport at levels of demand like this, with such complications, is clearly unsustainable
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Celebs who married in secret as Ariana Grande ties the knot in low-key ceremony
Ariana Grande is certainly not the only celebrity who married in secret and joined a long list of famous people such as Ed Sheeran and Chris Pratt, both of whom enjoyed low-key and intimate weddings
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Giant themed woodland adventure park opening in North Wales
Perfect day out inspiration for families heading to Wales this summer
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Tributes paid to motorist killed in collision with school bus
Father-of-two Chris John was declared dead at the scene of the crash in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, on Monday morning.
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Burnley vs Liverpool FC: Premier League prediction, TV channel, team news, live stream, h2h results, odds
Liverpool will look to keep their Champions League qualification hopes on track when they head to Burnley on Wednesday night.
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Tyson Fury relaxes poolside with wife Paris as Anthony Joshua fight in doubt
Fury has been ordered to have a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder before he can face Joshua in a big money super-fight for the unified heavyweight title
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Shell faces shareholder rebellion over fossil fuel production
Shareholder resolution calling for carbon emissions reduction targets receives 30% of votes Shell has faced a significant shareholder rebellion on a vote calling for the oil company to set firm targets to wind down fossil fuel production.A shareholder resolution calling for the Anglo-Dutch company to set binding carbon emissions reduction targets received 30% of votes at the oil company’s annual meeting on Tuesday. Continue reading...
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Granit Xhaka dismisses Arsenal exit rumours
Xhaka is reportedly considering his future with the Gunners.
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'A ray of sunshine' - Tributes paid to boy, 17, who died after falling onto M60
'He was the brightest, funniest and most loving boy'
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Boy, 12, hit by car 'critically ill' as he's flown to hospital in air ambulance
A boy, aged 12, has been rushed to hospital in a critical condition after being hit by a car in Barlow Moor Road in Chorlton, Manchester, this afternoon
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Brits visiting friends in France must pay €30 and register at town hall due to Brexit-triggered red tape
‘No more spontaneous weekend visits,’ was one comment on Twitter
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Sharma calls on China to set out plans for cutting emissions
The Cop26 president said Beijing needed to show ‘more urgency’ ahead of international climate talks in Glasgow.
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Anger as police officers cleared in shooting of Andrew Brown: ‘I feel sick’
Pasquotank County district attorney Andrew Womble said the death ‘while tragic, was justified’
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Inside Katie Price’s Portugal getaway as she and Carl Woods board one of the first flights after restrictions eased
They made the most of lockdown restrictions easing.
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8 best photo printers that capture your memories perfectly
For high quality prints with crisp, realistic colour, look to these hard working devices
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'I am a real contender,' says Syria presidential candidate
One of two candidates running against longtime Syrian ruler Bashar Assad is casting himself as the first opposition representative to vie for the country’s top post
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Prince Charles recreates iconic photo of father Philip taken 44 years ago
The future king posed for the image standing beneath cranes, just like his father had over four decades ago, during a two-day trip to Northern Ireland
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The reasons why 'refuseniks' are shunning Covid jabs
The Indian variant is surging in Bolton, Greater Manchester, and the London Borough of Hackney, but both areas have seen concerns over vaccine take-up.
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Met detectives arrest man wanted on suspicion of Sierra Leone war crimes
Detectives have arrested a man on suspicion of war crimes carried out during the Sierra Leone civil war which ravaged the country and claimed more than 50,000 lives.
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Rashida Tlaib says Democrats tell her they support Palestine in secret because they’re scared of ‘intimidation’
Progressive wing of party increasingly challenges traditional US stance towards Israel
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Neville explains what Manchester United need to win the Premier League title
Manchester United are set to finish second in the Premier League and will eye success next season
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Jimmie Allen tapped for Indianapolis 500 national anthem
Country music star Jimmie Allen has been selected to sing the national anthem before the Indianapolis 500
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are shutting down Sussex Royal foundation after renaming it MWX
Duke and Duchess of Sussex have launched charitable organisation Archewell since moving to US
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Clashes in Jerusalem and West Bank amid protests and strikes
One man killed and more than 70 wounded by live fire as Palestinians hurl stones at Israeli checkpointSerious clashes erupted in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank on Tuesday as Palestinians took part in a day of protests and strikes over Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.A Palestinian man was killed and more than 70 wounded, including 16 by live fire, on the outskirts of Ramallah, according to the Palestinian Authority health ministry. Two Israeli soldiers were injured. Continue reading...
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Paul Scholes makes Harry Kane transfer prediction amid Man Utd link
Reports suggest that the England striker has told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer and Manchester United are believed to be among those interested
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‘Male workers raped and sexually harassed 8 teenage girls at cult-like summer camp’
The alleged victims - who are now adults - have said they suffered sexual abuse at the hands of counselors while at the Association for Research and Enlightenment's (ARE) camps.
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£100,000 Salvador Dali painting is among 400 possessions of late financier Tim Hoare being sold
Mr Hoare, who died aged 69 in 2019, lived at the Grade-II listed Hollycombe House in Liphook, Hampshire, with his wife Virginia. Pictured, the painting by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali.
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Woman gutted after discovering sofa she sold for £350 'is worth thousands'
A woman on TikTok went viral after she shared her tale of woe, as she claimed she accidentally sold a designer sofa worth thousands for much less, after failing to realise its worth
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