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Popular deputy head teacher is trampled to death by cows while out walking 
David Clark, who has taught at Richmond School in North Yorkshire for 23 years, died yesterday afternoon at around 6.30pm in a field on the outskirts of the town.
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'We raised £2m in days': the donations helping protesters in Belarus
Funds that came in after the election being used to pay fines and compensate the injuredWhen riot police started beating up protesters in Belarus after contested elections in August, thousands of locals responded by doing the only thing they felt might help make a difference in the face of police violence and impunity: making donations.Alexey Leonchik, a 38-year-old Belarusian based between London and Warsaw, had set up a project three years ago called BY_help, which was meant to help pay the fines of people arrested in Belarus. Back then, it raised a few thousand pounds. But as the horrific footage began to come out of the country in the aftermath of election night, the money started coming in to his Facebook fundraiser like never before. Continue reading...
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900 schools could have sent home pupils over Covid - over a million students
Schools that have partially closed due to coronavirus has quadrupled in a week, data shows
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Emmerdale spoilers: Kim Tate takes devastating revenge on Andrea as she returns?
Kim's coming back to the Dales...
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Girl, 2, died after falling into duck pond at grandparents’ home
Violet Knox's mum called her 'a beautiful, loving little girl' who 'had a smile and a wave for everybody'.
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Jimmy Kimmel pokes fun at lowest-rated Emmys ever: ‘We set a record, let’s just say that'
<p>Awards ceremony has hit a historic low for the second time in a row</p>
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Coach load of Elvis fans from Bolton leave South Wales resort 'all shook up'
Bolton's rate of infection is more than 20 times higher than that in Pembrokeshire
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It's Boristime v Coronatime, and there’s only ever one winner | John Crace
Boris Johnson can’t handle being the bearer of bad news and his Commons statement rather suggested he wasn’t too botheredCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageChris Whitty and Patrick Vallance must be wondering why they had gone to so much trouble the previous day to explain just how critical the coronavirus rates of infection had become and that the threat had now risen back to level four. For after a few token nods to the gravity of the situation – “a stitch in time saves nine” – Boris Johnson used his Commons statement to introduce a few minor tweaks to lockdown restrictions that rather suggested he wasn’t too bothered.He wanted schools, colleges, universities and businesses to remain open – with the one proviso that all those he had previously threatened with the sack if they didn’t go back to work were now advised to work from home if at all possible. His biggest change was that pubs, restaurants and bars should now all close at 10pm – it has apparently been proved that the coronavirus is mainly a nocturnal creature and is most contagious after dark – though people were obviously free to go home in groups of six, get totally hammered and infect one another afterwards. Continue reading...
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'Too early to tell' whether Bolton restrictions have had any effect, say bosses
But the government has said its new rules are based on evidence from other parts of the country that have been locked down
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Latest coronavirus hotspots in Wigan and Leigh revealed
There has been a huge increase in the number of cases across the borough recently
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Brits 'risking death' by not installing carbon monoxide alarm in homes
Carbon monoxide is a silent killer with no taste or smell yet a study has found many Brits unaware of the warning signs and were not repairing or replacing faulty alarms
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Solskjaer facing centre-back dilemma as Lindelof reservations grow
Lindelof has come in for heavy criticism following his performance in the 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace but it is not clear how Solskjaer will address the problem
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Xbox Series X and S: Microsoft reveals new accessories as pre-orders open for new console
Microsoft has revealed a host of new accessories for its upcoming Xbox Series X and S.
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White House lawyer in running for seat on the Supreme Court
President Donald Trump didn’t have to look very far for one of the contenders on his short list to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court: he’s considering one of his own lawyers
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Venezuelans care for animals injured during pandemic
A group of Venezuelans are caring for lost or injured animals at a time when reduced human presence in the streets has lured some creatures into perilous encounters with an urban environment
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Extremist violence causes food shortages in north Mozambique
The World Food Program says the escalating extremist insurgency in northern Mozambique has displaced 310,000 people, creating an urgent humanitarian crisis
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Family feared for their lives as dad blasted sawn off shot gun into air
“My daughter came into our room and she was shouting: “Fleck’s got a gun and he’s shooting at the house”
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Toothbrush removed from man’s stomach after he swallowed it while brushing
He had been cleaning the back of his throat when he accidentally swallowed it.
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What are the new coronavirus restrictions for weddings and funerals and when do they come into effect?
Something old, something new, something borrowed, and a face mask for you.
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Boots stops taking flu jab bookings for under-65s as stocks run low
Company has had ‘more people than ever’ seeking vaccination after government campaign Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoots has stopped taking bookings from under-65s who want the flu jab after stocks ran low following a record number of requests.The company said “more people than ever” had been booking early to get their flu vaccinations, following a government campaign to get people vaccinated to reduce the pressure on the NHS as the country goes into a second wave of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading...
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Toilet roll sales rise by more than a fifth amid new UK Covid-19 restrictions
Manufacturer insists supplies will not run out as long as customers don’t panic buyCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSales of toilet rolls have soared by 23% over the past week, and manufacturers are preparing for further increases in consumer demand following the introduction of fresh coronavirus restrictions across most of the UK.WEPA Group, which produces toilet paper and kitchen towels for the UK consumer market from its site in Bridgend, south Wales, said it expects sales to remain high, but insisted that supplies will not run out. Continue reading...
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Kevin De Bruyne fires warning to Liverpool in bid to dethrone champions
Manchester City's Premier League campaign got off to the perfect start, beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 at Molineux
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Canadian woman, 53, suspected of mailing ricin to President Trump
Pascale Ferrier, 53, a French-born resident of Quebec, has been identified as the woman suspected of mailing ricin-laced letters to President Donald Trump at the White House.
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Majority of Americans will wait to get Covid vaccine, poll shows
Six in 10 respondents in a new Axios/Ipsos poll said they would not take a vaccine as soon as it is availableA growing number of Americans will be reluctant to get a Covid-19 vaccine immediately after one is developed.The US has recorded nearly 7m cases and on Tuesday the death toll surpassed 200,000. But six in 10 respondents in a new Axios/Ipsos poll said they would not take a vaccine as soon as it is available, up from 53% from August, and a majority said they would wait at least a few months to get a vaccine or did not plan to get one at all. Continue reading...
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Love Island’s Shaughna Phillips on being called a ‘money-grabber’ for being paid to promote NHS Test and Trace: ‘That definitely hurt’
The star is usually 'tough-skinned'.
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Inside The Great British Bake Off stars’ social media as new series kicks off
Spoiler alert: no soggy bottoms in sight.
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As pub and restaurants close at 10pm, here’s how to socialise virtually or at home instead
<p>As many of our social plans will change due to the new lockdown restrictions, it’s still easy to keep entertained with these games, apps and date night ideas</p>
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Four children rushed to hospital after taking illegal drugs at beauty spot
Police have issued a warning as the teenagers are being treated at Alder Hey Children's Hospital after a boy and girl fell ill from the substances they took at Calderstones Park in Liverpool
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Brandon Williams praises latest Man United academy star Teden Mengi
The Man Utd full back has emerged from the youth system along with Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and others in Solskjaer's squad.
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Tropical bird communicates with wing flutters and has 'TWO accents'
There are two sub-species of the Fork-tailed Flycatchers which lives in South America. They vary due to slightly different pitched noises in the rustling of their feathers.
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'Islamic terrorist' inmates 'savagely attacked prison guard with makeshift 'shanks', court hears
Convicted terrorist Brusthom Ziamani, 25, and radicalised inmate Baz Hockton, 26, launched themselves at a prison officer at HMP Whitemoor in Cambridershire, the Old Bailey has heard.
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Ghosthunters spot spooky apparition in monastery which could be Lost Queen of England
Paranormal investigators have captured chilling images at Rufford Abbey in Sherwood Forest, Notts, believed to be the spirit of England's 'Lost Queen' who was destined for the throne after Elizabeth I.
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Direct ferry from Cyprus to Greece set to sail in May 2021
<p>16-hour voyage would connect the ports of Limassol and Piraeus</p>
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'We have got a week to two weeks left': Dover Athletic face fan-less threat to future
Without spectators for the new season, which may yet be postponed, the National League club will go out of businessFor Dover, the outlook could not be starker. The National League club are, according to their chairman, Jim Parmenter, as close as a week away from going out of business, unless they receive reassurances the fifth-tier season will soon begin with supporters in attendance.It is a sickening thought for Parmenter, who has invested more than £4m in 15 years, but confirmation the government has shelved the phased reintroduction of fans has left clubs throughout the pyramid fretting over their immediate futures. Continue reading...
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Anger as PM says 2.2million people don't need to shield despite Covid surge
Disability charities have voiced their anger after the PM offered no plan to the 'extremely vulnerable' - despite the threat level rising to the same rate it was in May
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Huge caravan park tells confused holidaymakers to go home 'asap' due to lockdown
Holidaymakers at Trecco Bay caravan park in Porthcawl in south Wales are being told they have just hours to pack their bags and go as fresh local lockdowns are announced
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President Xi Jinping announces China’s pledge for carbon neutrality by 2060
<p>The Chinese leader spoke in a pre-recorded message to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday </p>
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EastEnders fans stunned as they call new Lily Slater 'a mini Stacey' in debut
An EastEnders teaser clip revealed actress Lillia Turner has taken over the role of Stacey Fowler's daughter Lily Slater
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Carluccio's Trafford Centre restaurant to become a fried chicken shop
Slim Chickens is opening its largest restaurant yet at the shopping centre
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Earth is set to capture a minimoon in October - but some experts it could be space junk
An object dubbed 2020 SO has an incoming trajectory towards Earth that could be trapped in our planet's gravity and become a new minimoon, but some experts speculate it may be space junk.
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Car insurance could be about to get a lot cheaper for UK drivers
Proposed new rules will save money for many motorists in Britain
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Coronation Street star Ian Bartholomew teases the end of Geoff Metcalfe
He also reveals that his son struggles to watch him on screen.
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BBC to air Would I Lie To You? after Boris Johnson’s coronavirus address as it appears to change schedule
An epic move.
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N’Golo Kante impressed with Timo Werner and Kai Havertz after Chelsea’s defeat to Liverpool
'We were unlucky with how the game went.'
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Bolton Covid-19 infection rate goes back over 200
The government introduced strict new measures in Bolton on September 8
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More people have died in Greater Manchester’s hospitals after testing positive for Covid-19
The region's hospital death toll is now at 2,250, according to the latest NHS figures.
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