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I’m a Celebrity 2020 cast: Full line-up of contestants
Meet the celebrities heading to a Welsh castle rather than the Australian jungle
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Biden names Jen Psaki as White House press secretary as part of all female communications team
Joe Biden has hired an all-female communications team for his administration, including naming veteran Democratic spokeswoman Jen Psaki as his White House press secretary. 
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How you made Britain proud: More than 40million items of vital PPE and £11.7m donated
After the Mail Force charity donated its 40 millionth piece of PPE to the war on Covid-19 the PM said the campaign was a 'remarkable example of what we can achieve'.
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Sturgeon independence referendum bid shot down as Boris told NOT to grant new vote - poll
NICOLA STURGEON'S plan for a Scottish independence referendum in 2021 has been shot down by Express.co.uk readers, who have told Boris Johnson in our new poll not to grant the SNP a second vote.
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I'm A Celeb's Victoria snaps at Ant as he cracks joke during 'stressful' trial
I'm A Celebrity star Victoria Derbyshire didn't hold back as Ant McPartlin tried to distract her with a gag during her Bushtucker Trial
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Eton provost Lord Waldegrave defends teacher sacking amid 'sexist' lecture row at top public school
A freedom of speech row erupted at the elite £42,500-a-year school after pupils revolted following the sacking of Will Knowland.
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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Ant and Dec poke fun at Victoria Derbyshire with ‘slow’ jokes during trial
'She was so slow, that the skeleton was still alive when it started.'
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Action plan: Nigel Colborn's essential jobs for your garden this week 
Nigel Colborn shares his advice for nurturing hollies ahead of Christmas. The British gardening expert says in cold conditions holly should stay fresh until needed for decking the halls.
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Queen praises ‘wonderful’ work of Commonwealth volunteers in video call
The Queen has been treated to three royal firsts: a virtual performance and tour, and the gift of a face mask.  
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Is it just me? Or are you totally over home delivery? asks MARION McGILVARY
Marion McGilvary argues lockdown has sucked all the joy out of clicking 'add to basket'. British writer explains why she's looking forward to being able to shop in stores from Wednesday.
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The perils of being a 'nan-mum'
According to the ONS the average age at which women gave birth in 2019 had gone up to 30.7 in the UK. Kathryn Flett explains how giving birth aged 42, led her to coin the term 'nan-mum'.
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Rise of the BBC women as male news hosts are axed
A the BBC's cost-cutting operation gathers pace, dozens of its older male journalists have filed their reports for the very last time.
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Elsa McAlonan's Beauty Upgrades: How to transform skin with hand serums 
Elsa McAlonan reveals the best serums for transforming stressed-out hands, after constant washing and sanitising. British beauty expert also reveals hair products used by Jennifer Lopez.
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ZEINAB BADAWI, 61, putting her love life on hold to become William and Kate's new royal appointment
Zeinab Badawi, 61, who was born in Sudan, has lived in the UK since she was two. She reflects on being approached to join the board of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Royal Foundation.
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DR MAX PEMBERTON: The real reason men don't go to the doctor
Dr Max Pemberton reveals he waited six months to have a strange mark on his cheek examined by his GP. NHS psychiatrist partly explains men's refusal to get help for their health concerns.
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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Adorable and totally unscary wolf roped in for Victoria Derbyshire’s trial in series first
So cute!
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Strictly's Neil Jones and girlfriend plan to live apart after 'moving too quick'
Strictly Come Dancing professional Neil Jones says he and his girlfriend Luisa Eusse have decided to live apart so that they can work on their relationship
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How the super rich stay pampered in the pandemic, by the staff catering for their every whim
Lucy Challenger's Polo & Tweed is a recruitment agency who provide staff for ultra wealthy Brits. She reveals how the pandemic has led to more staff having to live-in and have multitasking roles.
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Coronation Street spoilers: Suicide tragedy for Peter Barlow and Carla Connor?
Is it all over?
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Ethics watchdog asked to check if Rishi Sunak broke ministerial code
The Government's ethics watchdog has been asked to launch a probe into Rishi Sunak's decision not to declare parts of his wife's financial affairs in the register of ministerial interests
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EastEnders spoilers: An arrest is made as Ian Beale is left for dead
The police have their suspect
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Emmerdale spoilers: Sinister Paul Ashdale traps and threatens Liv Flaherty
Liv is in danger, as a desperate Paul gets angry.
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Queen's first virtual lockdown concert as she's serenaded by school kids on Zoom
The Queen was live from the state of Zoom for an online group chat to celebrate the 'wonderful' efforts of Commonwealth volunteers while 45-strong Cypriot children’s orchestra performed a song in celebration of her 73rd wedding anniversary
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Brexit VICTORY: EU braces for defeat as Barnier 'TEMPTED' to agree UK deal
MICHEL BARNIER has sparked panic among EU diplomats who fear he might be "tempted" to agree a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK in a move that could spark fury among the bloc's member states.
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First look at Dr Who New Year's special Revolution of the Daleks on BBC One
BBC's Dr Who is set to return for an explosive episode this New Year's Day. We will see some famous faces return alongside a stellar lineup of new characters
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After vowing she would never marry, India Hicks is to wed her partner
She was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer but India Hicks has never taken her own marriage vows - despite a 25-year relationship.
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Conor Coady recalls horrifying moment of Raul Jimenez's injury in Arsenal win
The Wolves captain provided an update on Jimenez as he lifted the lid on the frightening moment the striker fell to the ground early on in the fixture with the Gunners
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It's Beginning To Look (A Bit) Like Christmas: The New Rules On Everything From Carolling To Santa's Grottos
The government has already made it very clear that Christmas 2020 is going to be far from normal.Like always, there will be Christmas songs, mince pies and someone will inevitably have too much sherry. But for the first time, there will a limit on the number of people around the Christmas dinner table (one that’s not just based on how many camping chairs you have in the loft). With 99% of England set to be under tier two and three restrictions when lockdown ends on December 2, people will only be able to meet up in a bubble of three households between December 23 and 27 in a bid to keep coronavirus infections under control. But that’s not the only set of festive rules you need to be aware of. On Sunday, the government published a new set of Crimbo restrictions – and these ones cover everything from carolling to Santa’s grotto. Here’s what you need to know in England. Carolling With research showing that singing can increase the risk of coronavirus transmission through the spread of small droplets and aerosols, it’s hardly surprising that the government’s guidance on carol singing is pretty extensive. Here are the key facts: There are no limits on the number of people allowed to perform and rehearse in children’s choirs or professional adult choirs – but amateur adult choirs are restricted by local rules on gatherings.  Indoor and outdoor performances are allowed – but the maximum number of people in attendance must take into account the area of space and allow for 2m social distancing. Audiences must not join in with indoor performances. Audiences may take part in outdoor performances – but should remain seated where possible. Door-to-door carolling can go ahead in groups of six or less people. However, you must stay at least 2m away from anyone who is not in your regular household or bubble.   Santa’s grotto If your kids have been begging you for weeks to take them to visit Santa so they can hand over their Christmas lists in person – you’re in luck. Santa’s grottos will be able to open in all tiers, as long as they are located in venues that are otherwise allowed to open. However, the guidance makes it very clear that Covid-secure measures – including social-distancing – must be in place.  Visiting churches and places of worship From December 2, you can attend places of worship in all tiers – but who you can go with will depend on which tier you live in. In tiers two and three, you must not socialise with anyone from outside your household or support bubble while there. However, between December 23 and 27, you will be able to attend a place of worship with people inside your three-household Christmas bubble, regardless of what tier your area is in. Nativity plays The school nativity play – for many parents (and kids), it’s a staple event in the run up to Christmas. According to new government guidance, nativity plays can go ahead in all tiers, as long as they take place within existing school bubbles. However, parents will only be allowed to watch in person in tier one and two areas, with audiences banned in tier three. Instead, schools should use “alternative methods”, such a live-streaming the play or recording it, guidance says.  Christmas shopping When lockdown ends on December 2, who are you are allowed to go Christmas shopping with will depend on which tier of restrictions your area is under. In other words – if you’re in anything other than tier one, you can’t go shopping indoors with anyone outside of your household or your usual (non-Christmas) bubble. Between 23 and 27 December, the rules on who you can meet in shops will not change. This includes Boxing Day sales.Volunteering For many of us, volunteering is a key part of Christmas – and the government has agreed to allow this to continue in all tiers. However, ministers are encouraging people to volunteer from home where they can and to follow social distancing rules where they can’t.    Related... Stricter Coronavirus Tiers Wouldn't Be Needed If People 'Hadn’t Broken The Rules', Says Tory MP Dominic Raab Refuses To Rule Out Third National Lockdown
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Cavani facing FA probe after he's accused of using racist term on social media
Manchester United forward Cavani is facing an investigation over a potential breach of the Football Association's racism code during a social media exchange with a fan
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I'm A Celebrity: Victoria Derbyshire faces lizards, a python and WOLF in first solo Trial
Victoria arrived at the Trials area and told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly that she felt 'apprehensive, nervous, a bit scared also weirdly calm, perhaps on the verge of hysteria'.
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'Sunak's pay packet squeeze is usual Tory austerity, only now with added malice'
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is squeezing pay packets, pinching benefits, reducing spending and sacrificing the world’s poorest - he is a Tory who divides to rule, pitting the comfortable against the hard-up and public service workers against the private sector
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Why is I’m a Celebrity finishing early?
Competition is two days shorter than usual
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Girl, 10, with leukaemia receives thousands of birthday cards from well-wishers
Abbie Paice, who was diagnosed with leukaemia when she was just two, loves seeing her name on letters - so thousands of people from around the world sent her birthday cards this year
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Queen sends heartfelt tribute to 'wonderful' Commonwealth volunteers in rare new message
THE QUEEN has paid tribute to the "wonderful" efforts of Commonwealth volunteers, including a turtle conservationist featured in Sir David Attenborough's Blue Planet II series.
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How to vote on I’m a Celebrity by phone, text or app
The voting stage has begun on this year’s show
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America's top doctor Anthony Fauci heaps praise on Aussies' handling of the coronavirus pandemic
Dr Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, praised Australia's use of lockdowns to suppress the spread of the deadly virus.
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Arsenal's explanation for allowing David Luiz to play on after horror head clash
The Arsenal centre-back collided with the Wolves striker in a sickening collision in the opening minutes of their 2-1 defeat at the Emirates
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Scientists create perfect 'electronic skin' capable of stretching 28 TIMES original form
SCIENTISTS have created a material that mimics human skin in a biological breakthrough which could have a massive impact on next-generation prosthetics, personalised medicine, soft robotics and artificial intelligence.
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Boy, 12, arrested after threats made with suspected gun as armed police called
Armed police were sent to an address in Bury this afternoon following reports that a victim had been threatened with a weapon. The boy was arrested a short time after, with a man still on the loose
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Arsenal home form a worry as Jimenez and Luiz clash shows concussion subs can’t come soon enough
It is perhaps just as well there weren’t any fans in Emirates Stadium to see this, as Arsenal slumped to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Wolves.
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Couple stopped driving to Wales to deliver Christmas presents
The couple were in one of 110 cars that were stopped within 24 hours.
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Kim Kardashian petitions to stop death penalty for man convicted of killing two ministers in 1999
Kim Kardashian West explained Brandon Bernard's case in an impassioned Twitter thread on Sunday, less than two weeks before the 40-year-old inmate is set to die by lethal injection.
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Wolves boss Nuno provides Jimenez injury update and admits he's "worried"
Wolves striker Raul Jimenez was taken straight to hospital after a sickening clash of heads with David Luiz during the early stages of their clash with Arsenal
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Where is I’m a Celebrity 2020 filmed? Inside the ‘haunted’ Gwrych Castle in Wales
Show has moved from the Australian wilderness to the freezing ruins of a castle in north Wales
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I'm A Celebrity fans baffled over 'scary' trial after spotting 'dog' in a cage
I'm A Celebrity fans said 'the trials were getting worse' after seeing a 'dog' feature in a trial about scary animals
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From Christmas carols to nativity plays: Here’s how to have a Covid-secure December
Santa’s grottos can open across England but Tier 3 Nativity plays must go online
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'We must use or lose high streets and tax online giants profiting in pandemic'
Online giants are profiting during the pandemic while international firms pay scandalously little UK tax - we must use or lose high streets, but let’s give them a fighting chance as well
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Arsenal vs Wolves result: Visitors recover after Raul Jimenez head injury to claim Premier League victory
Arsenal 1-2 Wolves: Daniel Podence netted the winner after Gabriel Magalhaes had equalised for the Gunners following Pedro Neto’s opener
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