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Kitten hit by car, dumped in alleyway and left to die in pouring rain
The kitten was discovered lying motionless on its side under a soaking blanket.
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‘Old Dinosaur’ Jeremy Clarkson congratulates Greta Thunberg for ‘unrealistic dream’ amid ‘spoilt brat’ remark
The former Top Gear presenter took to social media.
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Russian official contradicts White House account of election interference meeting
Sergey Lavrov: 'All speculations about our alleged interference in domestic processes in the United States are baseless'
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I’m trusting a stranger to vote on my behalf
I am voting for the Liberal Democrats and a nice Lib Dem supporter from a different constituency has promised to vote for Labour.
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Chilean military deploys fighter jets in search of missing plane with 38 people
The cause of the air force cargo plane crash is not known and officials say chances of finding survivors are slimThe Chilean military has deployed fighter jets in an expansion of its search for an air force cargo plane that crashed with 38 people aboard over a remote stretch of frigid sea between South America and the Antarctic.The Hercules C-130 cargo plane disappeared shortly after taking off late on Monday from the southern city of Punta Arenas. The air force concluded the aircraft must have crashed early the next morning, given the number of hours it had been missing. Continue reading...
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Midfielders Donny van de Beek and Saul Niguez top of Manchester United’s transfer wishlist
The right choices?
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What is Pica Syndrome? The eating disorder that makes sufferers eat chalk and ice
The eating disorder nobody knows about.
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Lizzo admits to feeling ‘unhappiness’ with her body as she’s crowned Time’s Entertainer Of The Year 2019
She's opened up about not feeling happy with her body.
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Children born now face longer period of ill health in old age
ONS study finds growth in healthy life expectancy has not kept up with greater longevityChildren born today are likely to spend a larger proportion of their lives in poor health than their grandparents.They will also benefit from substantially smaller increases in their life expectancy than those born just a few years earlier, in the first decade of the 21st century. Continue reading...
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Hundreds of starlings found mysteriously dead in Wales
'It's as if they just dropped down dead from the sky,' says witness
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Elementary school teacher molested four girls as young as six years old
Eddy Infante's victims were female students aged 6, 8,9, and 10.
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Kingdom Hearts 3 Re Minds you to pre-order new DLC
Square Enix has listed pre-orders for Kingdom Hearts 3’s DLC, Re Mind, and shared some new character renders of the Final Fantasy cameos.
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I’ve always been Labour, but tomorrow I will be voting tactically | Steve Coogan
To help stop Boris Johnson, I am putting aside a lifetime of party loyaltyIf you’re happy with the prospect of a Conservative government led by Boris Johnson, read no further. This article-cum-rant is not for you. But if, like me, you’re terrified of the hard Brexit and Trump assault on our NHS that would inevitably follow, please read on. I’m going to ask some of you to do something you may never have contemplated before.I used to deliver leaflets for my Liberal councillor father but voted Labour. Now, in a sense I’m doing the opposite. I’m a traditional Labour voter living in Lewes, East Sussex, where even the most optimistic Corbynista recognises that the most effective way to stop Johnson wreaking havoc on our country is to vote Liberal Democrat. I have met their candidate, Oli Henman, a young man with a beard, whom I liked. I told him I would vote for him. I don’t think I have ever voted Lib Dem before, but I understand how vital it is in this election to “box clever” and vote tactically. I’m hoping in my own small way to set an example to other Labour supporters, however uncomfortable they may find it to break their traditional loyalty. Continue reading...
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Coleen Rooney moves past WAGatha Christie to cheer for midwives as Deliveroo admits it’s the ‘second-best delivery service’
Won't somebody please think of the midwives.
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Skin lightening creams, bug zappers and faulty TVs: Some of the 50,000 unsafe items seized in Manchester
Trading Standards have taken thousands of unsafe items on the street
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I’m A Celebrity queen Jacqueline Jossa arrives home with Dan Osborne as they maintain united front
She was surrounded by her brood - and a whole load of suitcases!
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Road in Bolton closed after elderly woman is hit by car
Victoria Road in Horwich is currently closed in both directions between Ramsbottom Road and Brooklands
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer convinced of Man Utd transfer pull with Jadon Sancho, Erling Haaland, Saul Niguez targets
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is convinced star players are clamouring to be part of his Manchester United revolution.
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Winter vomiting bug hits Stepping Hill Hospital as bosses issue warning
People suffering with the bug, known as Norovirus, are being urged to stay away from the hospital for 24 hours
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Can you take a selfie while voting in the General Election? Polling station laws explained
We take a look at what you can - and can't do - when voting on December 12
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Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is eyeing up a big name scalp in the Champions League draw
He is likely to get his wish
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Woman arrested in Manchester as part of investigation into modern slavery operating from Romania
The 43-year-old suspect from Crofton Street, Rusholme, was held after a joint inquiry by GMP and Romanian police
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Pfizer deny bizarre claim sheep went 'sex-mad for a week after Viagra spilled into Irish harbour'
The report, initially published to a satirical website, claimed a Pfizer drug-manufacturing plant accidentally spilled Viagra near Ringaskiddy, Ireland.
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Young boy is rushed to hospital after being 'seriously burned' at Christmas event in London church
A young boy was reported to have serious burns during a Christmas event at a church in Croydon, south London. Two adults were also treated for burn injuries and were taken to hospital by road.
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TV news anchor Kristen Dahlgren shares personal story of almost missing lesser-known breast cancer symptom
'If one person is saved by that, then it makes it worth it to share my struggle'
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Cyber criminal, 29, faces jail for using hacking program
Anwar Batson, 29, of Notting Hill, West London, used a hacking program called 'Sentry MBA' while carrying out the offences. He admitted four charges at Southwark Crown Court today.
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Food labels showing exercise needed to burn calories 'could help tackle obesity'
Labels showing how much exercises is needed to burn off calories in food and drink could help tackle obesity, a study has claimed.
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Hanukkah 2019: All the food that's eaten during the Jewish Festival of Lights
From delicious doughnuts to luscious potato latkes, plenty of food is eaten during the eight-day festival of Hanukkah
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'A dangerous move to silence free speech': Jewish groups react to Trump's plan to designate Judaism as a nationality
'Trump has never cared about stopping antisemitism — this executive order is about silencing Palestinians and the people who speak up with them'
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The Office US finally releases Threat Level Midnight and fans are calling for Oscar nominations
Spoiler alert: There was a clean-up on aisle five.
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Princess Charlene shares intimate family video of twins wishing their grandmother 'happy birthday'
Princess Charlene of Monaco, 41, shared an adorable video of twins Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques on Instagram while the two celebrated their fifth birthday.
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Robotic 8-foot exoskeleton suit turns users into a frightening Terminator-like cyborg 
A Tokyo-based robot design company has demonstrated its 8-foot tall 'exoskeleton suit' that enables 'smooth and flexible body movements'.
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Couple found guilty of drowning homeless woman in bath before claiming her benefits
A couple have been convicted of murder after drowning a homeless women in their bath before claiming her benefits.
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Hundreds of students denied vote in Wales after application errors
Hundreds of university students in Wales could be denied the chance to vote when Britain heads to the polls on Thursday because of admin errors.
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Jeremy Clarkson ‘threatened’ by Greta Thunberg after telling teen to ‘shut up’
James May believes Jeremy Clarkson is threatened by the 16-year-old activist.
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Kendall Jenner says she was told to 'take the shirt off' in very first runway show
'My boobs were out the first show I ever did'
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Man Utd vs Everton: Duncan Ferguson to take charge amid Carlo Ancelotti links
Duncan Ferguson will be looking for his second win as Everton's caretaker manager after being given the chance to take change again this weekend against Manchester United.
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Easyjet will resume flights to Tunisia for the first time since the 2015 Sousse massacre
The airline will operate two flights a week from London Gatwick to the beach resort of Enfidha, starting on May 2, 2020. UK airlines stopped flying to Tunisia in 2015 following Foreign Office advice.
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South Western Railway strike: Train guards to return to work for election day but services to remain disrupted
Rail workers involved in a month-long series of strikes will go back to work for one day as the country heads to the polls, but services will remain disrupted.
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Conservative minister tells fellow Tory candidates to apologise for sharing false claims about sick boy on hospital floor
But, asked if candidates are 'fit for office', Nadhim Zahawi says everyone should be allowed to acknowledge 'mistakes'
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Joe Calzaghe urges Anthony Joshua to fight Tyson Fury in all-British showdown
Anthony Joshua beat Andy Ruiz Jr in their rematch last weekend - and boxing legend Joe Calzaghe now wants to see him fight Tyson Fury in an all-British heavyweight showdown
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General election 2019: The campaign trail in pictures
The six-week election campaign has seen politicians working hard to win your votes.
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Marks & Spencer knocks prices of Christmas vegetables down to 40p
The upmarket supermarket said it's reduced prices on carrots, parsnips, broccoli, potatoes and sprouts, in a bid to help those already in the festive spirit save a few pounds
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Man and woman arrested after pensioner 72 named as Anthony McCorry found dead Sutton Coldfield
The victim, named locally as Anthony McCorry, was discovered with horrific injuries at his home in leafy Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands in the early hours of this morning.
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William Shatner filed for divorce from his wife of 18 years just days after her brother dropped dead
DailyMail.com can reveal that the filing came less than a week after Elizabeth's brother Daniel Leith Anderson died of a heart attack at age 74.
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First men go on trial under Nigeria's anti-homosexuality laws
All 47 men deny offence of having same-sex relationships, which carries 10-year jail termForty-seven Nigerian men went on trial on Wednesday for public displays of affection with members of the same sex, an offence that carries a 10-year jail term in the country.The men were among 57 arrested in a police raid on a hotel in the impoverished Egbeda district of the commercial capital Lagos in 2018. They pleaded innocent at a hearing last month. Continue reading...
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