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Korean hip-hop group MFBTY on working with RM from BTS and why they still get stage fright
MFBTY think they're a 'boring' group - we beg to differ.
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Prince Andrew scandal 'biggest royal crisis since death of Diana'
Story 'was becoming like a tractor beam and it was sucking the whole Royal Family into Andrew's black hole,' crisis consultant says
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Parents of Harry Dunn shocked after government seeks legal costs
The parents of a teenager who died when his motorbike was hit by a car driven by the wife of a US intelligence official are 'livid' that the Government is seeking legal costs against them.
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Inducing labour at 41 weeks 'could save thousands of babies
The Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden, cut its study short when six babies in non-induced mothers died (pictured: bereaved parents Maria Lärka and Christer Nilson).
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Democratic debate: Warren, Sanders, Biden and Buttigieg to go head to head in Atlanta – live
Fifth primary debate set to begin as ten presidential candidates will face off while impeachment inquiry intensifiesIn this defining moment for America, support the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a contribution 12.17am GMT Hours before the start of tonight’s debate, Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris released an ad casting herself as a direct contrast to Donald Trump.During the next break we need to discuss how Kamala Harris‘s new ad is absolute Very good ad by the Harris team, positioning her as the “anti-Trump” in key ways. https://t.co/OBgpXnZDoW 12.08am GMT Tonight Democrats may face a difficult choice: Round Two of the impeachment inquiry or Round Five of the Democratic presidential debate. A clash between the inquiry and the 2020 race was probably inevitable – but now, as many Democrats feared, the House’s investigation is quite literally threatening to swamp the party’s presidential debate. Yes, the #ImpeachmentHearing is playing in the #DemDebate spin room pic.twitter.com/FSh0v6zjQ9 Continue reading...
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Kim Kardashian brags KKW Beauty sales 'doubled' but still hasn't congratulated Kylie on $600m deal
Kim Kardashian wants you to know that little sister Kylie Jenner isn't the only one making big bucks in the makeup industry. The KKW Beauty mogul told WWD her lines were continuing to grow.
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Portrait of Picasso's mistress of pain
The Conversation, a self-portrait by Pablo Picasso's long-time muse and mistress Dora Maar, will take centre stage at a stunning new exhibition at London's Tate Modern gallery.
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Liam Payne shows off new girlfriend Maya Henry on the red carpet after defending himself over her young age
Plot twist, Juliet doesn't die.
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Shameless commuter brushes teeth waiting for Tube and 'spits it out on platform'
The brazen commuter was then seen appearing to spit his toothpaste onto the busy platform in front of fellow passengers at Euston station in central London earlier today
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Labour crisis: Jeremy Corbyn's horror housing proposal torn apart - 'Marxism for all!'
JEREMY CORBYN’s plans to build 150,000 council and social homes a year by 2024 has sparked a furious reaction on social media channels.
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Lib Dems humiliated as moaning Jo Swinson takes swipe for Leaders Debate snub again
THE Lib Dems were savaged on Twitter last night as they appealed yet again for their leader to be included in future televised debates alongside Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.
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Election poll tracker: Labour's misery cemented as one in five supporters back Tories
JEREMY CORBYN is at risk of losing votes after a new poll revealed one in five of his voters would consider backing Boris Johnson in the December 12 election instead.
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Andy Capp - 21st November 2019
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
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The Gag Vault - 21st November 2019
Get your daily dose of 'The Gag Vault'
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Perishers - 21st November 2019
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
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Garth - 21st November 2019
Garth is the Mirror’s time-travelling comic strip superhero. The strip originally ran from 1943 to 1997. Due to public demand, reprints of classic stories began in 2011
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Ground-breaking study of children aims to stop burns victims being scarred for life
For children like Elizabeth Soffe, five, it would mean being able to swim pain-free and not being stared at in the street.
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World's donkeys being 'decimated' by demand for Chinese medicine
Half global population could be slaughtered in next five years for ejiao industry, warns reportHalf the world’s donkey population could be wiped out in the next five years, as millions are slaughtered for their hides to meet rising demand for a traditional Chinese medicine.It is estimated that 4.8m donkey hides a year are needed to satisfy demand for a gelatin-based traditional medicine called ejiao, according to a new report from the Donkey Sanctuary. At the current pace, the global donkey population of 44m would be halved over the next five years, the report warns. Continue reading...
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Supermarket luxury mince pies – ranked
Which? panel blind-tests 11 premium mince pies – with surprising resultsThis year’s best mince pies are from Marks & Spencer, according to baking experts at Which?, with Iceland the much cheaper runner-up.The panel blind-tested 11 supermarket premium mince pies to uncover the most delicious, as well as the blandest, wettest and least appetising. Continue reading...
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Older people dying for want of social care at rate of three an hour
Age UK estimates that between last general and next, 74,000 of cohort in England have died or will die waiting for careAt least 74,000 older people in England have died, or will die, waiting for care between the 2017 and 2019 general elections. A total of 81 older people are dying every day, equating to about three an hour, research by Age UK has found.In the 18 months between the last election and the forthcoming one, 1,725,000 unanswered calls for help for care and support will have been made by older people. This, said the charity, was the equivalent of 2,000 futile appeals a day, or 78 an hour. Continue reading...
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Love Island's Jourdan 'signs six figure contract' with Kendall Jenner's modelling agency
The brunette beauty will embark on a new adventure and model with the same agency as Hollywood stars
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Fewer teachers plan to vote Labour than in the 2017 General Election
A survey found that Labour remains the top choice among teachers, but their share of the vote has fallen, with the Liberal Democrats in second and the Tories third
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Tens of thousands of pensioners die waiting for social care between elections, says charity
Age UK has called on parties to set out their plans for tackling the chronic crisis
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Royal heartache: Meghan's friend in shock update on royal relationship - 'Nothing changed'
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry are allegedly still struggling with isolation despite previous reports that members of the Royal Family had reached out.
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Labour ‘BRIBING voters with list of rotten promises’ Corbyn’s spending plans DESTROYED
THE Labour Party has been brutally accused of “bribing voters with a shopping list of rotten promises”, with enraged critics warning of Jeremy Corbyn’s “hogwash” spending plans.
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Prince Andrew shamed into stepping down: Queen advises Duke to quit duties & save monarchy
PRINCE ANDREW will step down from public duties for the foreseeable future after the Queen and senior royals recognised the monarchy has been badly damaged by his friendship with a paedophile.
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'British goods by British people' – Brexiteers back buying UK-made after Boris stunt
BRITONS would pay more for a product if it were made in the UK echoing a tremendous show of support for a post-Brexit economy by Prime Minister Boris Johnson after he encouraged the nation to buy British at a washing machine factory in England today.
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A slew of charming terms that sweetly evoke the essence of our glorious countryside
Not many today would recognise a currick - a pile of stones left to guide travellers on the hills - or be able to identify a ystum - the old Welsh name for a curve in a waterway.
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James Dean movie set to 'digitally resurrect' the dead actor originally tried to cast ELVIS PRESLEY
If the producers of Finding Jack had their way, Elvis Presley would have taken a role, the film's producer Anton Ernst told The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday.
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Murder in Yap: sleepy Pacific island rocked by shooting of American attorney general
Rachelle Bergeron was working to prosecute labour traffickers, paedophiles and abusers when she was ‘senselessly’ gunned downAt about 6.15 on the night of 14 October, Rachelle Bergeron put her dog in the car, drove out to one of the places she liked to jog, and went for a run.It was the usual nightly routine for 33-year-old Bergeron, who had moved from the US to Yap, a state in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) in the north Pacific, in 2015. Continue reading...
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Male best friends, 24, sell $25,500 worth of their new cleanser
Australian best friends Manny Barbas and James Hachem have sold $25,500 worth of their new foaming cleanser in the first hour of launching it - and are on track to make $2million this month.
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Ohio abortion law would require doctors to attempt impossible procedure of re-implanting ectopic pregnancies in uterus
'We just don't have the technology,' says academic
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The heartfelt note Mauricio Pochettino left Tottenham players after he was axed
Not the goodbye he would have wanted.
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Top doctor's mum left in agony on NHS hospital trolley for 16 hours
EXCLUSIVE: Hospital consultant Dr Ravi Gowda, 51, has spoken of how his mum aya ­Thimmegowda, 71, lay crying from a stomach ulcer in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, because of staff shortages
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Wolves could pull out of bitcoin sponsorship amid concerns over new business partner
EXCLUSIVE: Premier League Wolves announced Crypto Millions Lotto as their official online lottery partner, and the lottery's homepage boast of their link-up with Wolves
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Caitlyn jokes ‘girl thing is pretty good’ as Bruce had to do all the work in camp
Caitlyn Jenner is enjoying her jungle experience much more this time around
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Journalist ANGELA EPSTEIN blasts Jeremy Corbyn's pronunciation
ANGELA EPSTEIN: Curled up on the sofa on Tuesday night, I must admit I wasn't giving the televised leadership debate between Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson my fullest attention.
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Mum who sat on piping hot curling tong left with scar ‘that looks like sex toy’
Kimberley Davies was curling her hair naked when she accidentally sat down on 200°C tongs.
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn to launch rival housing plans as they unveil General Election manifestos
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are set to launch rival plans to tackle England's housing shortage as the Conservative and Labour General Election manifestos are unveiled.
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City dwellers who live close to parks less likely to die early, study finds
In the biggest study of its kind, a team of researchers from Barcelona and Colarado analysed nine studies involving eight million city dwellers around the world.
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I'm A Celebrity new arrival Cliff Parisi's plan to smuggle in contraband rumbled
Former EastEnders star Cliff Parisi had planned a unique way of making friends with the current I'm A Celebrity campmates as he fears they have all already bonded
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Cristiano Ronaldo hits back at claims he's 'secretly married' girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez
The Juventus and Portugal superstar has, via his representatives, Gestifute, denied reports that he and his long-time girlfriend have tied the knot in Morocco
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Australia v Pakistan: first Test, day one – live!
Updates from the opening day of play at the GabbaNew Zealand v England – follow the first Test live!Any thoughts? Email or tweet @GeoffLemonSport 11.33pm GMT The first little advantage for Pakistan. A lot of bowling sides have started with hope at the Gabba and watched it quickly disappear. So if the visitors can avoid any early problems, they can set themselves up for the day. Azhar Ali has no hesitation in making his choice. 11.29pm GMT Here’s a first look at the Brisbane surface.Beautiful day for it! #AUSvPAK pic.twitter.com/6cVsoq5ZhL Continue reading...
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