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Caroline Flack shares cosy pic with boyfriend before leaving him for Love Island
Caroline Flack will be torn apart from her boyfriend Lewis Burton as she leaves her loved up relationship for a spell in South Africa with Love Island
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UK weather forecast: Half a month's rain to fall in a day after flood misery
The Environment Agency still has five 'danger to life' flood warnings in force today, along with a Met Office rain warning for parts of the north-west and the midlands
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77 million Europeans will suffer sight loss by 2050, scientific study warns
The leading cause of sight loss could affect 77 million Europeans by 2050, researchers have said.
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Man City 'set for £100m January transfer spree' in bid to catch up with Liverpool
City boss Pep Guardiola will reportedly target replacements for Vincent Kompany, David Silva and Sergio Aguero after falling behind Reds in title race
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Your morning briefing: What you should know for Tuesday, November 12
The top stories you're waking up to Listen to your Morning Bulletin on Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa smart speakers or via Noa from 7am every weekday
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Cancer survivor left with permanent blue scalp after fake hair tattoo goes wrong
Marcus Miller, 48, from Lanarkshire in Scotland, decided to get a tattoo after losing all his hair during chemotherapy treatments for testicular cancer
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'It’s revenge': Ukraine's ex-central banker blames oligarch for attacks
Accusations levelled by Valeria Gontareva against Ihor Kolomoiskiy provide test for Ukraine’s new presidentIt is possible that when a car drove into Valeria Gontareva at a pedestrian crossing in Knightsbridge, central London, in late August it was merely an accident.But soon after, while Gontareva was recovering in hospital, her son’s car was set on fire back home in Kyiv. A few days after that, her family home in the Ukrainian capital was also burned down. For Gontareva there is no doubt that the attacks are part of a disturbing pattern. Continue reading...
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SPD duo aim to lead Germany out of 'neoliberal wilderness'
Pair standing for party leadership say support for Angela Merkel’s CDU should be conditional on more spendingGermany’s centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) should seek a path out of the “neoliberal wilderness” and pull the plug on their support for Angela Merkel’s government unless it loosens its purse strings and seeks more investment in public services and infrastructure, the underdog duo vying for the leadership of the party have said.Founded in 1863, the world’s oldest social democratic party has been a central pillar of Germany’s postwar political order, but as a junior partner to Merkel’s CDU its fortunes have declined dramatically in recent years, dropping to historic lows in the European elections this year. Continue reading...
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School strikers try to unite divided Belgium over climate crisis
Young Belgian activists are among the most enthusiastic, but their country is lagging behind on actionWhen Greta Thunberg began her school strike outside the Swedish parliament in 2018, she was alone. Within months, thousands and then millions followed her example.Some of the most enthusiastic school strikers have been in Belgium, inadvertently launching a national movement that bridges the country’s entrenched linguistic divide. Continue reading...
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Man City news and transfers LIVE Benjamin Mendy and Pep Guardiola latest
All the latest Man City team news, transfer rumours and injury updates coming from the Etihad.
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Why the Manchester United dressing room mood is different this international break
Man Utd have turned a corner in their season since the last international break under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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Gary Neville reveals Liverpool's biggest risk in Premier League title race with Man City
Liverpool have moved eight points clear of Man City after their 3-1 win at Anfield.
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X Factor's Simon Cowell shows off incredible weight loss as he poses with fans
X Factor judge Simon Cowell has been shedding the pounds and has hailed his new vegan diet for losing the weight and taking years off his looks
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Liverpool 'in advanced talks' with Bournemouth over transfer of Arsenal target Ryan Fraser
Fraser was the Premier League's second highest assist king last season and could be involved in a January deal involving Liverpool's on-loan ace Harry Wilson
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Couple beaten up by thugs who catcalled girlfriend's fancy dress bunny outfit
Christopher Williams, 27, and girlfriend Rebecca Kevan, 21, were on a romantic break for Halloween in Paris France when thugs brutally attacked them
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Grace Millane murder trial: Former date of 'killer' brands him 'sociopath' and accuses him of string of lies
The man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane has been described as a "sociopath" by a former Tinder date.
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Grace Millane's mum cries in court as she hears of injuries on daughter's body
A forensic pathologist told the jury at Grace Millane's murder trial in New Zealand that her bruises suggested she had been pinned down with force before her death
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Ian Wright jokes he's entering I'm A Celebrity 2019 to escape from pain of VAR decisions
Legendary Arsenal striker says he'll miss football while he's in the I'm A Celeb jungle - but he won't miss VAR
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American Airlines plane slides off runway after hitting ice in terrifying landing
Passengers screamed out in terror as the American Airlines plane skidded off the runway at Chicago O'Hare Airport. One flyer said patients 'held their breath' until the aircraft stopped
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British teenager who almost died from lung failure after vaping warns others not to use e-cigarettes
A British teenager who almost died when he fell ill after using a vape has warned others to stay away from the devices.
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Boeing 737 Max jets could fly again by January with safety checks under way
World’s biggest planemaker hopes aviation authorities will soon approve plane’s flight control softwareBoeing said on Monday it could have its fleet of 737 Max jets flying again by January as safety checks on the aircraft’s troubled flight software reach completion. The planes were grounded in March in the wake of two fatal crashes in the space of five months that killed 346 people.The world’s biggest planemaker said it hoped the Federal Aviation Administration would approve certification of the plane’s flight control software before the end of the year. A fault with the plane’s anti-stall mechanism is believed to have caused the Lionair crash in Indonesia last October and then the Ethiopian Airlines disaster in March. Continue reading...
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New Zealand twitchy amid claims of Russian meddling in bird of the year contest
Hundreds of votes were cast in Russia, but organisers say the email addresses appeared to be legitimateIt’s an election that has spawned meme wars, full-size billboards, trash talking between rival campaigns, and now, accusations of Russian electoral fraud. Organisers of New Zealand’s bird of the year contest – a wholesome poll that raises awareness about the plight of native species – have denied claims the 2019 result was marred by fowl play after revealing a high number of votes cast from other countries.“People are coming up with all kinds of theories about Russian involvement in New Zealand elections,” said Megan Hubscher, a spokesperson for Forest and Bird, the independent conservation group that runs the annual vote. “But we can assure everyone that everything seems above board this time around.” Continue reading...
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Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria suffers a miscarriage
Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria shared the heartbreaking news in an Instagram post on Monday just hours after she went for a pregnancy scan.
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Kim Kardashian 'modelling both diamond rings despite one being stolen in Paris'
Kim Kardashian appears to be modelling both diamond rings bought for her by husband Kanye West despite one being stolen in Paris during $10million robbery
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Reece James could be deployed in new position, hints Chelsea boss Frank Lampard
Manager said James' all-round game is so good he can play in central midfield - and can fit into whatever formation Chelsea play
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Second World War veterans receive Legion d'Honneur award
Three Second World War veterans have received France's highest civilian award, the Legion d'Honneur.
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Jimmy Carter hospitalized for brain surgery after recent falls
Former US president ‘resting comfortable’ ahead of procedure on Tuesday, spokeswoman saysThe former US president Jimmy Carter was admitted to a hospital on Monday evening for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls, his spokeswoman said.The procedure is scheduled for Tuesday morning at Emory University hospital, Deanna Congileo said in a statement. Continue reading...
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Real-inspiration for Dracula was 'actually a priest from Devon'
The creators of Sherlock have made a new Dracula series for the BBC and Netflix. Writer Andy Struthers insists the infamous blood-sucking character hailed from Devon.
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Is the NHS up for sale at the election? – podcast
The NHS is one of the major battleground issues of the general election as parties debate the future of healthcare in the UK. Sarah Boseley and Denis Campbell discuss the extent of private company involvement in the NHS. Plus: Dan Collyns on the downfall of Evo Morales in BoliviaWhen British voters are asked about their political priorities, healthcare and the state of the NHS are always at the top of the list. The upcoming election is no different and the parties are desperate to present themselves as having the best offer. The Conservatives are pledging money for new hospitals while Labour is promising to row back on the rising trend of privatisation within the health service. The opposition also points to a potential US trade deal that could put the price the NHS pays for medicines on the table.Joining Anushka Asthana to disentangle it all are the Guardian’s health policy editor, Denis Campbell, and health editor, Sarah Boseley. Continue reading...
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Cobra to meet over northern England floods
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had earlier called on Boris Johnson to convene an emergency meeting.
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Scott McTominay injury leaves Man Utd star set to miss Man City and Tottenham clashes
Manchester United midfielder expected to be out for four weeks following initial scans on ankle injury suffered in win over Brighton
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Hong Kong: city on edge after day of unprecedented violence
Universities and schools closed and officers deployed to metro stations after police shooting and man set on fire while arguing with protestersHong Kong riot police have fired tear gas at a university campus, one day after a protester was shot and a man set on fire in some of worst violence to rock the Chinese-ruled city in more than five months of anti-government demonstrations.Some railway services were suspended and roads closed across the Asian financial hub for a second day, with long traffic jams building in the morning rush hour. Continue reading...
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Mother's fury as BA tells her to lie five-month-old on FLOOR for eight-hour flight to Toronto
Kate Haussauer, 34, is due to travel with her baby son and husband from Heathrow Airport to Toronto on Saturday. She was told last night that the planes would not have safe baskets for babies.
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HS2 should go ahead despite soaring costs
The report, written by Douglas Oakervee, the former HS2 chairman, does admit the project - the biggest infrastructure project in Europe - is 'not affordable' within the current budget.
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Forget Workington Man. It's Walsall Man that could be crucial to swinging this General Election
First there was Workington Man. Now he has been superseded by the latest version of homo politicus... Walsall Man.
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I've killed the chance of a second referendum by standing aside in 317 Tory seats says Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage, writing on Tuesday, said: 'I have no great love for the Tories, but I can see that by giving Mr Johnson half a chance we will prevent a second referendum.'
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Xi Jinping comes to Greeks bearings gifts
President of Greece hails ‘new chapter of decisive importance’ as ties are deepened – but Europe and US wary of Beijing’s agendaA landmark visit to Greece by China’s president Xi Jinping has cemented what both countries are calling a “new era” in bilateral ties amid western concern over Beijing’s growing global assertiveness.Athens rolled out the red carpet for Xi as the centre-right government sought to capitalise on Greece’s burgeoning role as China’s “gateway” to Europe. Continue reading...
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Victoria's Secret model blasts ITV and Ross Kemp for prison film featuring ex-boyfriend's killer
George Koh is serving a life sentence for knifing Harry Uzoka three times in Shepherd's Bush, west London , in January last year. Leomie Anderson (pictured) blasted ITV for filming with Koh.
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PAUL THOMAS on... the Brexit Party exodus
'I'm standing down as the constituency's Brexit Party candidate - I know leave means leave!'
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Sydney bushfire danger: 20,000 firefighters brace for 'catastrophic' conditions
There are 54 fires burning in each of New South Wales and Queensland with up to 20,000 firefighters preparing for them to spread.
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Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly discover they're RELATED
Hosts Ant, 43, and Dec, 44, discovered they're distantly related during Monday's edition of Ant & Dec's DNA Journey.
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Jose Mourinho REMOVES his wedding ring amid fears of a split from his childhood sweetheart
Mourinho, who has previously described himself as a family man, has been married to Matilde Faria, 54, for the last 30 years.
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Raheem Sterling statement on Joe Gomez incident during England training camp
Raheem Sterling has issued a statement via his official Instagram account after an incident involving Liverpool's Joe Gomez.
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Gary Lineker's salute to his grandad and the heroes of Murder Mountain
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: At the end of his pilgrimage to Italy, retracing his grandfather's brutal experiences with the Royal Army Medical Corps during World War II, Gary Lineker choked up.
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Second World War Lockheed P-38 given protected status
The Lockheed P-38 Lightning Fighter American fighter jet crashed off the coast of North Wales in September 1942 and is buried beneath almost seven feet of sand.
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Labour election candidate Mark McDonald helped Cuban spy overturn a visa ban
Barrister Mark McDonald won a court battle to get intelligence officer Rene Gonzalez into Britain on human rights grounds after Theresa May blocked him because of his conviction in the US for espionage.
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