Where is the Seinfeld cast now as full series arrives on Netflix UK?

Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld's "show about nothing" hits Netflix in the UK soon.
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AirPods 3: Apple launches new version of wireless earbuds with updated design and features
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UK snow forecast: 'Coldest day since spring' looms as new winter chill front moves in
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Repair Shop tears as 'every member of crew' breaks down in emotional scene
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Sweden's Volvo Cars launches IPO, seeks Stockholm listing
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One in four Brits have directly called someone out for littering, study finds
A quarter of Brits have asked someone directly to pick up litter they dropped - whilst just over a third would pick up someone else's litter themselves
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Apple Music offers new subscription for half-price if you only use it with your voice
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Nurse took NHS-leased Mercedes to car wash to get blood scrubbed off after son shot love rival on the back seat
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Disney delays Indiana Jones 5, Black Panther sequel and more Marvel movies
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Jealous doctor jailed for spinning web of lies to sabotage flatmate's relationships
Saumtally, who was praised for his work serving on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic, was said to have shown "absurd obsessive behaviour" and acted out of jealousy
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Bayern’s Benjamin Pavard claims he is a better defender than Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold
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Man, 29, falls to death down deep ravine while trying to take selfies
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Wife who stabbed husband previously told police he was a ‘pain in the arse’
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Brother of Rose West says he's endured threats, taunts and damage to his Birmingham home
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We must not allow Covid deaths to be ‘normalised’ | Letters
Dr Jo Fayram hopes the apathy of the British public will not last; Professors Joe Sim and Steve Tombs condemn the government’s lamentable failures; Professor Patricia Deps reports on Brazil’s Covid inquiry; and Margaret Farnworth highlights a super-spreader football matchLast week the government’s response to Covid was criticised in a report by two Commons committees for apparently pursuing herd immunity by infection at the start of the pandemic. Continuing high Covid rates indicate that nothing has changed except the public’s ability to react. According to experts (Why Britons are tolerating sky-high Covid rates – and why this may not last, 15 October), a reason for this is the “normalisation” of Covid infection and deaths by the government. In reality, there is nothing normal about this “normalisation”. The UK is known as “plague island” in Europe. Surely it’s time we realised that the use of protective measures against Covid are working well across the Channel, while the UK government’s lack of action continues to lead to unnecessary illness, suffering and death. Let’s hope that the experts quoted in your article are right and that the apathy of the British public will not last.Dr Jo FayramDurham Continue reading...
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Galileo blow: US company raises £1.5m to create 'more accurate and secure' alternative
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Amateur scuba diver finds 900-year-old Crusader sword 200 metres off coast
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Doctor Who's Pearl Mackie reveals she wants the next Time Lord to be non-binary 
Pearl Mackie revealed that now the sci-fi show has had its first female Doctor with Jodie Whittaker, it is time for the time traveller to be a non-binary actor.
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Repatriating cultural artefacts and rebuilding relationships | Letters
Dr Ellen McAdam recalls how, in 1998, Glasgow returned the Lakota Ghost Dance shirt to the Lakota community after years of negotiation, while Mike Pitts sheds light on what’s happening behind the scenes at museumsYour article (Cambridge college to be first in UK to return looted Benin bronze, 15 October) says that “after Jesus College announced its decision to return the Benin bronze in November 2019, a host of regional museums committed to or said they were also considering returning artefacts”. Such returns began much earlier than that. In 1998, Glasgow Museums returned the Lakota Ghost Dance shirt to the Lakota community after years of negotiation. The procedures that Glasgow city council developed included consultation with the public, and have been widely copied. Since then many non-national museums and other institutions have returned items to their cultures of origin.Dr Ellen McAdamMarston Green, West Midlands• Your article about the handover of a sculpture to Nigeria mentions the Gweagal shield, said to have been taken by Captain Cook’s men on their first encounter with Indigenous Australians, and now in the British Museum. In fact, the shield held by the museum was recently shown not to be that particular object (whose whereabouts are unknown); a hole was made not by gunshot, but a knot falling out. However, some of the items collected on the Endeavour’s voyage are in Britain, along with many other equally important pieces, as revealed by a project just completed. Continue reading...
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Jules Kounde 'makes Man Utd transfer request' in blow for Chelsea
The Blues were touted with a move for the Sevilla central defender all summer but a deal failed to materialise despite some late action from Chelsea - though he could still end up in the Premier League yet
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Push to rename Confederate streets for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor
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How can Manchester United defend their 10-minute flight to Leicester?
Our future now depend on all of us, including our football teams and their supporters, winning the battle to cut our carbon emissions to net zero well before 2030
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Buile Hill Mansion restoration begins with detailed plans expected next month
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Man convicted of Clydach murders linked to blood-stained sock in forensic review
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Companies to report environmental impact under new plans
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'Quite similar' - Bolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt draws parallels with Plymouth Argyle's Ryan Lowe
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Manchester United have found the perfect solution to their £30m Aaron Wan-Bissaka problem
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was on the hunt for right-back reinforcements this summer and he might just have found the ideal candidate
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Tyson Fury slow count against Deontay Wilder was down to 'error or corruption'
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Fabio voices Cristiano Ronaldo agent theory about Manchester United transfer
The Portuguese star looked set to cross the divide to Manchester City before Man United were sprung into action.
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Companies to report environmental impact under new plans
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DAN WOOTTON: Almost everything our politicians have said since David Amess' murder is misdirection
DAN WOOTTON: A conversation about online anonymity or civility in politics may well be important, but, let's be real for one damn minute, it's totally irrelevant here.
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Wife who stabbed husband said he was a pain, court told
Penelope Jackson, 66, knifed her 78-year-old husband David three times in February this year.
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Soldier tried to climb tree to escape fatal elephant charge, inquest told
Mathew Talbot died in May 2019 while serving with an anti-poaching initiative in Malawi.
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Review: Elton John taps some talented friends for new album
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Tottenham fans targeted by alleged racist incident at Newcastle, club promises strong action and investigation
Newcastle have launched an investigation after police were informed of an alleged racist incident during Sunday’s Premier League game with Tottenham.
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Biden administration asks Supreme Court to block controversial Texas abortion law
The Biden administration has asked the US Supreme Court to block the controversial Texas abortion law that prevents the procedure in almost all cases.
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Radio DJ Jo Whiley says she felt 'lonely and isolated' during menopause
Radio Two DJ Jo Whiley has explained how she was left feeling "lonely and isolated" after going through the menopause and is glad her own daughters will be more prepared for it when the time comes around
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Jo Cox's sister Kim Leadbeater fights back tears during Sir David Amess tribute speech
KIM LEADBEATER was visibly moved by tributes from MPs to Sir David Amess as she reflected on the loss of her own sister, Jo Cox.
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TikTok singer Clinton Kane ‘robbed at gunpoint’ while filming in San Francisco: “I had a gun to my face”
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Supply chain issues force primary school to teach pupils in hall
One primary school faced three weeks of delays over the summer due to the supply shortage
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EU mulling ways to end jet lease to Belarus’ airline
European Union foreign ministers have looked at ways to stop illegal migration into the 27-nation bloc from neighboring Belarus including stopping companies from leasing jets to Belarusian airline Belavia
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Woman who stabbed husband to death called police two months prior, court told
Penelope Jackson told officers husband David had grabbed and threatened her with a poker, jury hearsA retired accountant who stabbed her husband to death called police two months before the killing to report that he had grabbed and threatened her with a poker, a jury has been told.Penelope Jackson, 66, showed police who went to the home she shared with former army Lt Col David Jackson, 78, a bruise on her arm and spoke in a “wavering” voice, the court heard. Continue reading...
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Haunting picture of Londoners sheltering during WW2 is transformed for today
The reality of living in a war zone is driven home in two images from the London Tube taken 80 years apart.
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Ministers are urged to rethink 'flawed' Online Safety Bill
Facebook software detects and remove as little as two per cent of hate speech posted on the platform, according to leaked documents.
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