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 Corbyn cannot win election without appealing to Englanders 1m Updated Corbyn cannot win election without appealing to Englanders
Former Labour minister John Denham, pictured, has warned Jeremy Corbyn he needs to appeal to older, traditional party supporters who are pro Brexit if he wants the keys to Number 10.
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 Last pictures of kayaker Emma Kelty murdered in Amazon 5m Last pictures of kayaker Emma Kelty murdered in Amazon
Just three days after Ms Kelty smiled and waved goodbye to the locals, she was tortured and killed. Villagers had warned the 43-year-old not to leave alone, telling her last foreigner had been killed.
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Germany election: Merkel seeks fourth term12m Updated Germany election: Merkel seeks fourth term
Chancellor Angela Merkel eyes another term with the right-wing AfD seeking a breakthrough.
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 Acid attack at Stratford tube station 21m Updated Acid attack at Stratford tube station
Police and paramedics rushed to the Stratford Shopping Centre in east London at 8pm after the gang sprayed crowds there and in the next door tube station.
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25m Earthquake victims took pictures while buried alive
People trapped in the rubble after the Mexico City earthquake count themselves lucky. CNN's Ed Lavandera spoke to survivors in the hospital about their rescue.
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Trump NFL row: #TakeAKnee versus #BoycottNFL28m Trump NFL row: #TakeAKnee versus #BoycottNFL
The hashtags being used to debate NFL players refusing to stand during the national anthem.
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 Sadiq Khan faces massive backlash over taxi app ban 31m Updated Sadiq Khan faces massive backlash over taxi app ban
Sadiq Khan has been accused of ‘capitulating to his trade union paymasters’ after the MoS revealed the taxi drivers’ union bankrolled the London Mayor’s election campaign.
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 Philip Hammond and Boris Johnson in all-out Brexit war 32m Philip Hammond and Boris Johnson in all-out Brexit war
In an unprecedented clash between the great offices of state, the Foreign Secretary’s supporters claimed that Theresa May’s Florence speech had thwarted the Chancellor’s bid to lock Britain into a five-year transition period after Brexit.
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 BBC crew member almost died after spider bite in Malaysia 33m BBC crew member almost died after spider bite in Malaysia
Script expert Andrea Bamford almost died after the near fatal bite on the set of army medic drama Our Girl as it was filmed in a Malaysian jungle.
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Germans Vote on Whether to Give Merkel a 4th Term38m Germans Vote on Whether to Give Merkel a 4th Term
Although polls predict Angela Merkel will remain chancellor, a far-right party is expected to enter Parliament for the first time in decades.
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 EDL rally in Chelmsford abandoned after only four show up 38m EDL rally in Chelmsford abandoned after only four show up
An English Defence League (EDL) rally in Chelmsford, Essex was abandoned after only a handful of supporters showed up to march.
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England v West Indies: England captain Eoin Morgan edges behind first ball39m England v West Indies: England captain Eoin Morgan edges behind first ball
England captain Eoin Morgan falls first ball as he edges Jason Holder behind as England slump to 74-3 in the third ODI at Bristol.
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Activists occupy Berlin theatre in protest over new artistic director42m Activists occupy Berlin theatre in protest over new artistic director
Protesters fear Chris Dercon, formerly head of Tate Modern, will make avant garde Volksbühne theatre more commercial Berlin’s legendary Volksbühne theatre has been occupied by a group of protesters objecting to a new director who they fear will push the famously radical venue in a more commercial direction. The protest began on Friday and swelled over the weekend after fruitless negotiations between activists, city authorities and the new artistic director
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The day nine young students shattered racial segregation in US schools50m The day nine young students shattered racial segregation in US schools
Sixty years ago, nine teen braved violent protests to attend school after the supreme court outlawed segregation – but racial separation is not over in the US
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Corbyn refuses to rule out backing strikes deemed illegal under Trade Union Act51m Corbyn refuses to rule out backing strikes deemed illegal under Trade Union Act
Labour leader says change in law which makes strikes illegal without 50% turnout on ballots and approval of 40% of members is ‘really unfair’ Jeremy Corbyn has refused to rule out supporting illegal strikes by union-backed workers, though Unite boss Len McCluskey has said he would not expect Labour politicians to support industrial action outside the law. The Labour leader had said he viewed the Conservatives’ Trade Union Act as “really unfair” and said he would back workers fighting for a fair pay rise.
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54m Updated Why the German elections matter to the rest of the world
We've had our fair share of dramatic elections recently - the UK, France, the US. And let's not forget Brexit. The German election on September 24 may be generating fewer headlines, but it's no less important.
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Trump NFL row: Sports stars round on US president54m Updated Trump NFL row: Sports stars round on US president
Leading US sports stars attack the president for "offensive" comments about players who protest.
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1h Updated Stevie Wonder takes both knees after Trump NFL remarks
Legendary musician Stevie Wonder took a knee at a New York music festival, seemingly showing solidarity with NFL players criticized by President Donald Trump hours earlier.
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 Colin Firth becomes an Italian citizen 1h 6m Updated Colin Firth becomes an Italian citizen
Firth, who is married to environmentalist Livia Giuggioli, says he has become a dual citizen and that his wife is applying for British nationality. His children are both dual citizens.
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Corbyn says he is wary of committing to stay in European single market1h 7m Corbyn says he is wary of committing to stay in European single market
Labour leader wants tariff-free access after Brexit but says single market has pressures to privatise rail and other services Jeremy Corbyn has said he is wary of committing to stay in the European single market because it would restrict the powers of a future Labour government to implement party policies. Speaking from Labour conference in Brighton, the Labour leader said he wanted tariff-free access to the single market with a close relationship to the EU, but said he was wary of committing to full single market membership, akin to the deal Norway has with the EU, despite a recent poll showing 66% of Labour members back a single market deal.
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 Rio Ferdinand recalls telling kids their mother was dying 1h 13m Updated Rio Ferdinand recalls telling kids their mother was dying
Rio Ferdinand, whose girlfriend former TOWIE star Kate Wright says she is quitting show business to focus on her new beau, has opened up about losing his beloved wife in 2015.
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Rise in lorry tachograph tampering on UK roads1h 18m Rise in lorry tachograph tampering on UK roads
Tachographs keep track of driver hours and designed to cut the risk of accidents due to tiredness.
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Stevie Wonder takes to his knees at the Global Citizen festival – video1h 20m Stevie Wonder takes to his knees at the Global Citizen festival – video
Singer Stevie Wonder joined the #takeaknee protest before performing at the 2017 Global Citizen festival at Central Park in New York on Saturday. He was helped by his son, Kwame Morris. Wonder was showing his solidarity with sports stars who were criticised by US president Donald Trump for kneeling on the field during the national anthem. Trump said on Friday that NFL players who have knelt, sat or raised fists to protest against police brutality on black people were ‘sons of bitches’ and should be made to stand for the Star Spangled Banner or be fired.
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Mark Sampson sacked: Baroness Campbell hopes no-one at FA loses job1h 31m Mark Sampson sacked: Baroness Campbell hopes no-one at FA loses job
Baroness Campbell, the FA's head of women's football, hopes no-one at the organisation loses their job after Mark Sampson's sacking.
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 Letter reveals how Charles sought second opinion on Diana 1h 41m Updated Letter reveals how Charles sought second opinion on Diana
The Queen’s former physician feared Princess Diana was suffering from an obscure mental disorder that risked ‘dynastic disaster’, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
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 Meghan Markle joins Prince Harry at Invictus Games 1h 51m Updated Meghan Markle joins Prince Harry at Invictus Games
The actress, wearing a plum leather jacket and a matching dress for her debut appearance at a Royal event, sat in the stands; well away from Prince Harry.
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 Two baby triplets are found dead at their Wales home 2h Updated Two baby triplets are found dead at their Wales home
Two baby triplets were found dead in their home in Wildmill, Bridgend, today after being killed by suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in their sleep.
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 Jeremy Corbyn takes on children for a spot of table tennis 3h Updated Jeremy Corbyn takes on children for a spot of table tennis
The Labour leader underscored his revolutionary credentials at a rally in Brighton attended by hundreds of activists – including some bearing Socialist Worker Party placards.
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Trump and North Korea war of words escalates3h Trump and North Korea war of words escalates
Donald Trump warns North Korean leaders "won't be around much longer" if threats continue.
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Far-Right German Party Is Poised to Break Postwar Taboo3h Far-Right German Party Is Poised to Break Postwar Taboo
The Alternative for Germany may win seats in the federal Parliament, the first far-right party to do so since World War II.
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NASA asteroid probe slingshots round Earth3h NASA asteroid probe slingshots round Earth
NASA scientists used a slingshot manoeuvre around the Earth in their mission to land a spacecraft on an asteroid.
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3h Updated Soul singer Charles Bradley dies at 68
Singer Charles Bradley, who was nicknamed the "Screaming Eagle of Soul" because of his raspy voice and stirring performances, has died.
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Jeremy Corbyn’s Rise From Hapless Loser to Potential Leader3h Updated Jeremy Corbyn’s Rise From Hapless Loser to Potential Leader
The leader of the Labour Party, written off a year ago, can expect a rapturous reception at this year’s party conference. But can he win a broader audience?
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 Rock star Corbyn has lost the working class 3h Updated Rock star Corbyn has lost the working class
Jeremy Corbyn’s rapturous ‘rock star’ receptions from young voters at Glastonbury and public rallies are making him go ‘soft on Brexit’, it was claimed last night.
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Israel co-opts Giro d’Italia in race to paint over canvas of conflict3h Israel co-opts Giro d’Italia in race to paint over canvas of conflict
La grande partenza in Jerusalem will be a historic first but brings an unprecedented level of political controversy to cycling’s second biggest eventIsrael is a country of builders. Almost 70 years after its foundation skycrapers jostle for space along the Mediterranean strand, planted in the fertile soil of a Tel Aviv property boom. Up in the Judean Hills, other kinds of structures – architectures of military control in the occupied Palestinian territories – spring up, too. Israelis are now turning their attention to a new kind of construction: image. Despite the occupation and
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Nabil Elouahabi: ‘Identity is important, but it can also be limiting’3h Nabil Elouahabi: ‘Identity is important, but it can also be limiting’
The actor on his role in feted diplomacy drama Oslo, evading typecasting and his other life as a night-time driver for the NHS
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 DAN HODGES: Boris is no Machiavellian genius 3h Updated DAN HODGES: Boris is no Machiavellian genius
As Boris Johnson sat watching Theresa May delivering her Brexit vision – he should have realised his own cunning plans and political fortunes were ebbing away, writes DAN HODGES.
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German election 2017: polls open amid fears over surge of far-right AfD4h German election 2017: polls open amid fears over surge of far-right AfD
The chancellor is on course for a fourth term but the emergence of the anti-immigrant party promises a bittersweet outcome Polls have opened in Germany for an election that could serve a bittersweet victory for incumbent chancellor
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Bali volcano: 34,000 flee Mount Agung as tremor magnitude intensifies4h Bali volcano: 34,000 flee Mount Agung as tremor magnitude intensifies
Number of people leaving homes in the shadow of the volcano has tripled amid fears it could erupt for the first time in more than 50 years More than 34,000 people have fled from a rumbling volcano on Bali as the magnitude of tremors grows, prompting fears it could erupt for the first time in more than 50 years, an official has said.
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 BBC crew member almost died after killer spider bite 4h Updated BBC crew member almost died after killer spider bite
Script expert Andrea Bamford almost died after the near fatal bite on the set of army medic drama Our Girl as it was filmed in a Malaysian jungle.
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 Saqiq Khan faces massive backlash over taxi app ban 4h Updated Saqiq Khan faces massive backlash over taxi app ban
Sadiq Khan has been accused of ‘capitulating to his trade union paymasters’ after the MoS revealed the taxi drivers’ union bankrolled the London Mayor’s election campaign.
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Meghan Markle attends as Prince Harry launches Invictus Games4h Updated Meghan Markle attends as Prince Harry launches Invictus Games
Prince Harry's girlfriend joins the opening ceremony as he pays tribute to injured service personnel.
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Bali volcano: 34,000 flee Mount Agung as tremors intensify4h Bali volcano: 34,000 flee Mount Agung as tremors intensify
Number of people leaving homes in the shadow of the volcano has tripled amid fears it could erupt for the first time in more than 50 years More than 34,000 people have fled from a rumbling volcano on Bali as the magnitude of tremors grows, prompting fears it could erupt for the first time in more than 50 years, an official has said.
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HMS Ocean arrives in British Virgin Islands carrying aid4h HMS Ocean arrives in British Virgin Islands carrying aid
HMS Ocean arrives in the British Virgin Islands to help those affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria.
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In the Last Days of the City review – elegiac portrait of Egyptian revolution4h In the Last Days of the City review – elegiac portrait of Egyptian revolution
Cairo is the star of a profound film about the two years leading up to the turmoil of 2011 Part documentary, part fiction, this profound, elegiac picture is as trickily undefinable as its subject, the city of Cairo in the two years in the run-up to the
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German election: polls open amid fears over surge of far-right AfD5h German election: polls open amid fears over surge of far-right AfD
The chancellor is on course for a fourth term but the emergence of the anti-immigrant party promises a bittersweet outcome Polls have opened in Germany for an election that could serve a bittersweet victory for incumbent chancellor
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Germany election: Merkel seeks fourth term as voting begins5h Germany election: Merkel seeks fourth term as voting begins
Chancellor Angela Merkel eyes another term with the right-wing AfD seeking a breakthrough.
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Luke Campbell: Jorge Linares wins WBA lightweight title fight5h Luke Campbell: Jorge Linares wins WBA lightweight title fight
Britain's Luke Campbell loses his WBA lightweight title fight to Jorge Linares on a split decision in Inglewood, California.
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5h German election: Polls open as Angela Merkel seeks fourth term
German voters are going to the polls to choose a government -- and a Chancellor -- for the next four years.
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 Nigel Farage plans new Ukip to fight for Brexit  5h Updated Nigel Farage plans new Ukip to fight for Brexit 
Nigel Farage will launch a rebooted version of Ukip if his party's members decide to elect anti-Islam campaigner Anne Marie Waters as their new leader.
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Michael O’Leary: a gift for controversy and an eye on the bottom line5h Michael O’Leary: a gift for controversy and an eye on the bottom line
Ryanair’s chief executive enjoyed a rapid rise to the top, and his accounting acumen and combative personality has kept him there… for now There’s an old story about Michael O’Leary that sums up the outspoken boss of Ryanair. Former Aer Lingus chief executive
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Iran Tests Ballistic Missile Amid U.S. Tensions6h Updated Iran Tests Ballistic Missile Amid U.S. Tensions
Iran said it had tested a new medium-range ballistic missile, the day after unveiling it in defiance of U.S. criticism over its disputed nuclear program.
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Hurricane-hit Dominica to get £5m in UK aid6h Hurricane-hit Dominica to get £5m in UK aid
The hurricane-hit island of Dominica is to receive £5m in UK aid to help the recovery effort, it has been announced.
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The Ashes: Pick your England squad for the tour of Australia6h The Ashes: Pick your England squad for the tour of Australia
Who do you think should be in England's squad for the tour of Australia? Pick your team and share it with your friends.
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Jacinda Ardern remains positive of way forward after New Zealand election – video6h Jacinda Ardern remains positive of way forward after New Zealand election – video
Speaking outside her Auckland home on Sunday, Labour party leader 
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Commonwealth Bank, ANZ, NAB and Westpac axe ATM fees for customers of rivals6h Commonwealth Bank, ANZ, NAB and Westpac axe ATM fees for customers of rivals
Greg Hunt and Scott Morrison welcome decision but Bill Shorten says royal commission into banks is still needed All four of Australia’s biggest banks have decided to stop charging customers of other banks a $2 fee to withdraw cash from their ATMs. The Commonwealth Bank was the first to announced early on Sunday the abolition of the fee, citing ongoing consumer unhappiness with it.
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The day I photographed the Queen and her dogs at Balmoral6h The day I photographed the Queen and her dogs at Balmoral
It’s 1967, and a terrified young American photographer is commissioned to shoot our monarch at home I was a fledgling photographer, just starting out in London in 1967. The
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6h 6.2-magnitude earthquake strikes Oaxaca, Mexico
A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck Oaxaca, Mexico, early Saturday, according to the US Geological Survey. The quake was located 4 miles from Lázaro Cárdenas in southern Oaxaca. USGS puts the depth at 32 kilometers.
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Mohammed Mahdi Akef, Muslim Brotherhood Leader, Dies at 897h Updated Mohammed Mahdi Akef, Muslim Brotherhood Leader, Dies at 89
Mr. Akef had been sentenced to life imprisonment but was awaiting a retrial. He died in custody in Cairo.
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 Former cricketer Shane Warne allegedly hit a porn star 7h Updated Former cricketer Shane Warne allegedly hit a porn star
Valerie Fox, 30, tweeted photos of bruises she had sustained in the alleged attack at Loulou's in Mayfair and made a complaint to the police.
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At U.N. and in the Air, North Korea and U.S. Trade Tough Messages7h Updated At U.N. and in the Air, North Korea and U.S. Trade Tough Messages
American warplanes flew close to North Korea’s coast, the country’s foreign minister said President Trump was on a “suicide mission” and Mr. Trump replied with a threat on Twitter.
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U.S. Planes Skirt North Korea Coast in Show of Force7h Updated U.S. Planes Skirt North Korea Coast in Show of Force
In a new escalation of hostility between Washington and Pyongyang, North Korea’s foreign minister warned in a United Nations speech that a rocket attack on the U.S. mainland was “inevitable” while U.S. warplanes flew off the east coast of North Korea in an explicit show of force.
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Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn pressed to commit to single market8h Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn pressed to commit to single market
More than 40 senior Labour figures, including 30 MPs, sign an open letter published in the Observer.
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US bombers stage North Korea show of force8h Updated US bombers stage North Korea show of force
The move demonstrates the many military options available to defeat any threat, the Pentagon says.
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10h Iran tests new ballistic missile
Iran tested a new ballistic missile that is reportedly capable of carrying multiple warheads, the nation's state-run broadcaster announced Saturday.
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Saudi Arabia allows women into stadium as it steps up reforms10h Saudi Arabia allows women into stadium as it steps up reforms
Mixed audience permitted for the first time as national day festivities promote patriotic pride and aim to open up society Saudi Arabia has allowed women into the national stadium for the first time as it launched celebrations to mark the 87th anniversary of its founding with an unprecedented array of concerts and performances.
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 Kirstie Allsopp omits non-PC recipe from new cookbook 10h Kirstie Allsopp omits non-PC recipe from new cookbook
Kirstie Allsopp's Real Kitchen was influenced by her ancestor Lady Hindlip, whose cookbook published in 1933 features lark pudding and an offensively titled rice dish.
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Spain Moves to Block Catalan Vote but Secession Push Persists11h Updated Spain Moves to Block Catalan Vote but Secession Push Persists
Spain’s efforts to stop Catalonia’s independence referendum by arresting separatist leaders and confiscating ballots may prevent millions of Catalans from formally voting on Oct. 1, but may not avert a crisis.
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 Last pictures of British head teacher murdered in Amazon 11h Last pictures of British head teacher murdered in Amazon
Just three days after Ms Kelty smiled and waved goodbye to the locals, she was tortured and killed. Villagers had warned the 43-year-old not to leave alone, telling her last foreigner had been killed.
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 Chancellor and Boris in all-out Brexit war 11h Chancellor and Boris in all-out Brexit war
In an unprecedented clash between the great offices of state, the Foreign Secretary’s supporters claimed that Theresa May’s Florence speech had thwarted the Chancellor’s bid to lock Britain into a five-year transition period after Brexit.
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11h Updated 6.2 earthquake strikes Oaxaca, Mexico
A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck Oaxaca, Mexico, early Saturday, according to the US Geological Survey. The quake was located 4 miles from Lázaro Cárdenas in southern Oaxaca. USGS puts the depth at 32 kilometers.
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 Thousands of St Paul’s alumni quizzed on sex abuse 11h Thousands of St Paul’s alumni quizzed on sex abuse
Investigators have written to thousands of old boys of London-based St Paul’s – where alumni include ex-Chancellor George Osborne (pictured) and TV veteran John Simpson – in the search for victims.
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Trump under growing pressure over NFL player comments11h Updated Trump under growing pressure over NFL player comments
Mr Trump called for the firing of players who protest during the US anthem, but has faced a backlash.
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Bill Shorten visits South Korea to address nuclear tensions11h Bill Shorten visits South Korea to address nuclear tensions
Australian opposition leader calls on China and Russia to put pressure on the North Korean regime over missile tests Australia’s opposition leader, Bill Shorten, will meet with South Korea’s prime minister as part of a bid to reassure the region that Australia’s position on North Korea will not change, even if there is a change in government. Shorten and his foreign affairs spokeswoman, Penny Wong, have left for a four-day trip to South Korea and Japan, with meetings scheduled with Lee Nak-yeon, the former UN secretary general Ban Ki-Moon, the commander of the US Forces in Korea, Gen Vincent Brooks, and Japan’s foreign minister, Taro Kono.
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Tour Championship: Paul Casey leads to boost FedEx Cup hopes11h Tour Championship: Paul Casey leads to boost FedEx Cup hopes
England's Paul Casey boosts his hopes of winning the FedEx Cup and a $10m (£7.4m) bonus by moving into the lead in the season-ending Tour Championship.
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 Why does everyone leap on the anti-wheat bandwagon? 11h Why does everyone leap on the anti-wheat bandwagon?
Now the market for gluten-free products has mushroomed into an industry worth millions in Britain – spawning increasingly absurd products as manufacturers rush to cash in.
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 German death doctor now lectures on hygeine 11h German death doctor now lectures on hygeine
German doctor Dr Daniel Ubani was struck off by the General Medical Council in 2010 – two years after he accidentally killed 70-year-old David Gray with a massive overdose of diamorphine.
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Unrepentant Trump stands by anthem rebuke12h Unrepentant Trump stands by anthem rebuke
Donald Trump has doubled down on his criticism of NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, declaring: "Tell them to stand!"
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 End of the line for the supermarket checkout? 12h End of the line for the supermarket checkout?
Sainsbury’s has come up with an app that could finally kill off the drudgery of standing in a checkout queue to pay for your shopping by allowing customers to scan as they shop.
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Art mystery: The famed painters who vanished into obscurity12h Art mystery: The famed painters who vanished into obscurity
Two exhibitions hope to make household names once more of the London artists who all but disappeared in the late 1930s.
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Joseph Parker beats Hughie Fury on points to retain WBO heavyweight title12h Updated Joseph Parker beats Hughie Fury on points to retain WBO heavyweight title
Joseph Parker beats Britain's Hughie Fury on points to retain the WBO world heavyweight title in Manchester.
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12h Updated Seismic activity detected near North Korean nuclear test site
Seismic activity was detected Saturday near the site of North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear site, but it is not known whether a nuclear test caused the development.
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Anjali: The professional dance company with a difference12h Anjali: The professional dance company with a difference
Anjali's dancers, who have learning disabilities, are working with world-renowned choreographers.
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 Did we REALLY foster a bomber? 12h Did we REALLY foster a bomber?
With lunch over, Penny and Ron Jones (left) had settled in the living room when the phone call came. 'This is the armed police. We are outside your house,' a man's voice said.
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The world is moving on – with or without Trump’s crude bravado | Jeffrey Sachs12h The world is moving on – with or without Trump’s crude bravado | Jeffrey Sachs
The renowned economist and UN sustainable development adviser says the time when the US was in charge is long gone and that the country has to change its mindset President Trump’s
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Theresa May, teetering on the edge – cartoon12h Theresa May, teetering on the edge – cartoon
Chris Riddell on the prime minister’s Brexit speech in Florence
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Sundance on Skye: local hero to launch cinematic revolution on his home island12h Sundance on Skye: local hero to launch cinematic revolution on his home island
Chris Young, producer of The Inbetweeners Movie, on how his new film foundation will bring US-inspired indie film-making to the HebridesWhen Burt Lancaster walks along the beach of the fictional village of Ferness in the hit film
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China finds its own Top Gun and Rambo in wave of patriotic movies12h China finds its own Top Gun and Rambo in wave of patriotic movies
Big-budget war films are breaking box-office records as the movie industry portrays an emerging power that ‘won’t be bulliedWhen terrorists overrun an unnamed central Asian nation, capturing Chinese civilians and seizing missiles which they threaten to turn on Beijing, China’s top gun heads straight for the eye of the storm. “Sit tight!” declares Zhao Yali, a beautiful, fearless fighter pilot, as her made-in-China jet prepares to barrel down the runway towards its next mission. “Rescue number one is ready for take off!”
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Thousands join Mélenchon protest in Paris against Macron’s labour reforms12h Thousands join Mélenchon protest in Paris against Macron’s labour reforms
Hard-left leader accuses president of throwing away postwar social gainsThousands of demonstrators heeded a call by the hard-left leader
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12h Six Burned in Acid Attack as Groups Clash in East London
A group of men sprayed a caustic substance in the faces of at least six others, the latest in a series of similar crimes in London.
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Mexico City hit by fresh panic as aftershock rocks buildings12h Mexico City hit by fresh panic as aftershock rocks buildings
Tremor comes days after earthquake that killed more than 300A powerful aftershock caused panic as buildings again swayed in Mexico Cityon Saturday, just days after more than 300 were killed by the country’s deadliest earthquake for a generation. Rescue and clean-up efforts were temporarily suspended amid fears that unstable structures could collapse, causing further anguish for dozens of families whose relatives are still missing under the rubble.
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How did that get there? Plastic chunks on Arctic ice show how far pollution has spread12h How did that get there? Plastic chunks on Arctic ice show how far pollution has spread
Discovery by UK scientists prompts fear that melting ice will allow more plastic to be released into the central Arctic Ocean – with huge effects on wildlifeA British-led expedition has discovered sizeable chunks of polystyrene lying on remote frozen ice floes in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. The depressing find, only 1,000 miles from the north pole, is the first made in an area that was previously inaccessible to scientists because of sea ice. It is one of the most northerly sightings of such detritus in the world’s oceans, which are increasingly polluted by plastics.
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 999 call handlers asking public to perform CPR on deceased 12h 999 call handlers asking public to perform CPR on deceased
Susan Laverick (pictured), from Kent, has been left traumatised after a 999 call handler instructed her to perform CPR on her dead mother's body.
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Hughie Fury v Joseph Parker: Parker retains WBO heavyweight title13h Hughie Fury v Joseph Parker: Parker retains WBO heavyweight title
New Zealand's Joseph Parker beats Britain's Hughie Fury on points to retain the WBO world heavyweight title in Manchester.
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Mexico City Residents Face Housing Uncertainties After Earthquake13h Mexico City Residents Face Housing Uncertainties After Earthquake
The 7.1-magnitude temblor that tore through central Mexico on Tuesday left many structures totally uninhabitable and now many who survived the disaster are wondering if they will be able to return to their homes.
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Iran tests missile despite Trump pressure13h Updated Iran tests missile despite Trump pressure
The launch of the Khoramshahr missile, with a range of 2,000km, was shown on state TV.
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Kim and Trump in dangerous show of force13h Kim and Trump in dangerous show of force
The rhetoric is pretty harmless.
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Soul singer Charles Bradley dies aged 6813h Updated Soul singer Charles Bradley dies aged 68
The singer, who released his first album in his 60s, cancelled tour dates just two weeks ago.
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Fenerbahce 2-1 Besiktas14h Fenerbahce 2-1 Besiktas
Five players are sent off as Fenerbahce beat Besiktas in an Istanbul derby featuring two goals and three red cards in the final five minutes.
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 Four men rescued from Scafell Pike after smoking cannabis 14h Four men rescued from Scafell Pike after smoking cannabis
The four men called for help from the 978-metre Scafell Pike in the southern part of the Lake District National Park in Cumbria at 6.35pm after smoking cannabis on the peak.
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Trump tweet sparks basketball row14h Updated Trump tweet sparks basketball row
Basketball star Lebron James calls US President Donald Trump a "bum" over comments he made about fellow player Steph Curry.
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 Antidote saves victims of painkiller overdose 14h Antidote saves victims of painkiller overdose
Currently, emergency medication must be given within eight hours of an overdose, as after this time, the build-up of damaging chemicals released by the liver becomes fatal.
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Another Day, Another Escalation in U.S.-North Korea Standoff15h Another Day, Another Escalation in U.S.-North Korea Standoff
In a new escalation of hostility between Washington and Pyongyang, North Korea’s foreign minister warned in a United Nations speech Saturday that a rocket attack on the U.S. mainland was “inevitable” while U.S. warplanes flew off the east coast of North Korea in an explicit show of force.
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 English Defence League rally abandoned after four show up 15h English Defence League rally abandoned after four show up
An English Defence League (EDL) rally in Chelmsford, Essex was abandoned after only a handful of supporters showed up to march.
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How World Leaders Reacted to Trump at the U.N.15h Updated How World Leaders Reacted to Trump at the U.N.
From deriding the American leader as a “giant gold Goliath” to applauding his calls for sovereignty, leaders gave widely varying responses to President Trump’s General Assembly speech.
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On Eve of Kurdish Independence Vote, a Warning From Turkey15h On Eve of Kurdish Independence Vote, a Warning From Turkey
The president of the autonomous Kurdish enclave in Iraq says it is too late to delay a referendum opposed by much of the international community.
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The view from Madrid: anger and sadness as Catalans prepare for vote15h The view from Madrid: anger and sadness as Catalans prepare for vote
Beyond Catalonia, there are calls for Spanish unity and bitterness about claims that the northern region is footing the bill for the rest of the countryIt was chance that made Ana Luque Sillero a native of Madrid and her cousins Catalan. Their parents all left southern Spain decades ago in search of work and a better life for their children, but one couple found jobs in the capital and the others had more luck further north. No one imagined that the family might one day find themselves facing the possibility of living on different sides of an international border.
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World Leaders Link U.S. Support for Iran Deal to North Korea Crisis16h Updated World Leaders Link U.S. Support for Iran Deal to North Korea Crisis
World powers lobbied President Donald Trump to stick with the Iran nuclear agreement, saying U.S. disavowal of that pact would weaken the effort to persuade North Korea to abandon its own program.
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16h Updated Mexico earthquake survivor: Floors came down like dominoes
For 17 hours, Martin Mendez was trapped under the wreckage of a Mexico City building, praying to see his 3-year-old daughter again.
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16h Afghan Province, Squeezed by Taliban, Loses Access to Medical Care
Officials in Oruzgan Province say pressure by the Taliban has closed the region’s health facilities and postponed a vital polio vaccination campaign.
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Fearful neighbours look on as Iraq’s Kurds stake claim to nationhood16h Fearful neighbours look on as Iraq’s Kurds stake claim to nationhood
Monday’s independence poll for the Kurdish north is supported by voters but opposed by Turkey, Baghdad and the west, which fear it will deepen instabilityBelow the Erbil citadel, where empire and insurrection have been fought out over the course of 5,000 years, Kurdish flags stake out the claim to a nascent era – that of a sovereign state. Banners were gathering rapidly during the week in advance of a
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Foster charities fear child refugee crackdown after Parsons Green attack16h Foster charities fear child refugee crackdown after Parsons Green attack
UK’s largest fostering charity makes plea after Iraqi orphan Ahmed Hassan, 18, is charged with attempted murder Britain’s largest fostering charity has made an impassioned plea that the Parsons Green terror attack should not lead to a new crackdown on child refugees coming to Britain. Eighteen-year-old Ahmed Hassan, who is believed to have arrived illegally in the UK two years ago as an orphan from Iraq, was
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New Brexit rules ‘could lead to unskilled workforce crisis’16h New Brexit rules ‘could lead to unskilled workforce crisis’
IPPR thinktank warns UK may suffer if rules for non-EU migrant workers are extended to EU citizens for access to jobs marketA swath of UK industry would find it “near impossible” to recruit non-skilled workers from Europe post-Brexit if proposals recently outlined in a draft government document were enacted, according to the IPPR thinktank. According to the Home Office document, leaked earlier this month, rules that apply to non-EU migrant workers could be extended to their EU counterparts when determining who has access to the UK jobs market.
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Leicester City 2-3 Liverpool16h Updated Leicester City 2-3 Liverpool
Philippe Coutinho scores for the first time this season and Jamie Vardy sees his penalty saved as Liverpool survive a Leicester fightback.
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Kim Jong-un, Taking On U.S. Directly, Sidelines China and South Korea16h Updated Kim Jong-un, Taking On U.S. Directly, Sidelines China and South Korea
With tensions rising between Washington and Pyongyang, North Korea’s neighbors are finding diminishing room for diplomacy.
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 Bomb scare sparks travel chaos as M3 is shut at Winchester 16h Bomb scare sparks travel chaos as M3 is shut at Winchester
Drivers stuck in stationary traffic on the M3 in Hampshire for nearly 12 hours were forced to abandon their cars over the second bomb scare on a UK motorway in a week.
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US bombers fly near North Korea amid fears about further nuclear tests17h US bombers fly near North Korea amid fears about further nuclear tests
China reports ‘suspected explosion’ but South Korean experts suggest minor tremor was a natural occurrence
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Pentagon Tests Lasers and Nets to Combat a Vexing Foe: ISIS Drones17h Updated Pentagon Tests Lasers and Nets to Combat a Vexing Foe: ISIS Drones
As deadly drone attacks by the Islamic State increase, American officials are experimenting with technologies that can destroy the weapons.
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17h Kylie Jenner, 20, is pregnant
The youngest sibling in the Kardashian-Jenner clan is now expecting.
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Romelu Lukaku: Man Utd ask for CCTV footage over controversial chant17h Updated Romelu Lukaku: Man Utd ask for CCTV footage over controversial chant
Manchester United ask police for help to identify fans who sang a controversial song about Romelu Lukaku in the win at Southampton.
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Premiership: Harlequins 28-31 Leicester Tigers17h Updated Premiership: Harlequins 28-31 Leicester Tigers
Leicester prevail in a six-try rollercoaster Premiership game against Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop.
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Letter From North Korea: What Life Looks Like as Nuclear Crisis Mounts17h Updated Letter From North Korea: What Life Looks Like as Nuclear Crisis Mounts
A tightly controlled government tour of Pyongyang featured plentiful talk from locals about not backing down to the U.S. The city was filled with symbols of the country’s atomic and military ambitions, including rocket-shaped cakes and children playing with toy rocket launchers.
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 Brexit bill could rise to £40 billion 18h Brexit bill could rise to £40 billion
The Prime Minister used a crucial speech in Florence to declare that Britain will cover the huge hole left in Brussels' finances for another two years after we formally leave in 2019.
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Premiership: Saracens 41-13 Sale Sharks18h Updated Premiership: Saracens 41-13 Sale Sharks
England forward Billy Vunipola suffers a knee injury as Saracens maintain their unbeaten home record over Sale with a bonus-point victory.
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 Female British diver dies after incident in Canary Islands 18h Female British diver dies after incident in Canary Islands
A 44-year-old British woman has died after a diving accident in the Canary Islands in the second tragedy of its kind in the last week. The diver has not been named and died at 10.45am today.
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US bombers and fighter jets fly off North Korea coast18h US bombers and fighter jets fly off North Korea coast
US Air Force bombers and fighter jets have flown off North Korea's coast in what the Pentagon has called a "clear message".
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Luck, Not Tougher Codes, May Have Spared Mexico Worse Earthquake Damage18h Updated Luck, Not Tougher Codes, May Have Spared Mexico Worse Earthquake Damage
The seismic activity of Tuesday’s earthquake differed from a far more devastating quake in 1985. Enforcement of stronger building codes is lax.
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18h Updated Melania to meet Prince Harry and Trudeau on solo Canada trip
Melania Trump is Canada-bound for her first solo foreign trip as first lady, traveling to Toronto to lead the US delegation to the Invictus Games on Saturday.
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Mexico earthquake: New tremor halts rescue operations18h Mexico earthquake: New tremor halts rescue operations
A tremor sends people running into the streets and halts searches for survivors of Tuesday's quake.
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Manchester City 5-0 Crystal Palace19h Updated Manchester City 5-0 Crystal Palace
Manchester City hammer Crystal Palace with Raheem Sterling scoring twice as the Eagles' wait for a league goal this season goes on.
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Iran defies Washington as it announces successful missile test19h Iran defies Washington as it announces successful missile test
State television shows Khoramshahr missile launch as US says such activities are grounds for halting nuclear deal Iran has said it successfully tested a new medium-range missile, in defiance of warnings from the US that such activities were grounds for abandoning the countries’ landmark nuclear deal.
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South-east England to bask in warm weather as breeze brings up hot air19h South-east England to bask in warm weather as breeze brings up hot air
Temperatures in the region could hit 23C on Sunday, with Northern Ireland also expected to enjoy some sun – but inland areas could see showers Summer may be over but those lucky enough to be living in the south-east are set for another helping of warm, dry weather on Sunday.
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Stoke City 0-4 Chelsea19h Stoke City 0-4 Chelsea
A brilliant hat-trick from Alvaro Morata helps Premier League champions Chelsea to a dominant win at Stoke City.
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Actor Colin Firth gets dual British-Italian citizenship19h Actor Colin Firth gets dual British-Italian citizenship
The Oscar-winning Bridget Jones actor is now a dual British-Italian citizen.
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M3 closed for 12 hours as bomb disposal team inspects packages19h M3 closed for 12 hours as bomb disposal team inspects packages
Thousands of motorists left stranded after Hampshire police close motorway because of potential hazardous materials incident
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Small Earthquake Detected at North Korea Nuclear-Test Site19h Updated Small Earthquake Detected at North Korea Nuclear-Test Site
An earthquake struck North Korea in the same mountainous location as the country’s sixth nuclear test earlier this month, according to earthquake monitoring agencies in China and South Korea.
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Premier League results: Man Utd, Man City and Chelsea win19h Premier League results: Man Utd, Man City and Chelsea win
The Premier League's top three all win, with Manchester City and Chelsea scoring nine between them, on an eventful day in the Premier League.
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Brexit critic Colin Firth opts for Italian passport for ‘family reasons’20h Brexit critic Colin Firth opts for Italian passport for ‘family reasons’
Oscar-winning actor will continue to be based in London as officials in Rome confirm he now holds dual nationalityMany of the threats and promises exchanged during the row over Brexit have yet to be tested by time, but this weekend at least one has come to pass. The
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Iran Tests Ballistic Missile and Rejects ‘Threats’20h Iran Tests Ballistic Missile and Rejects ‘Threats’
Tehran said that its new missile had a range of 2,000 kilometers, or about 1,200 miles, and that it would continue to develop its “defensive capacity.”
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Actor Colin Firth becomes Italian citizen20h Actor Colin Firth becomes Italian citizen
The Bridget Jones actor has been married to an Italian film producer for 20 years.
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M3 Winchester closed: Thousands of drivers hit by delays20h Updated M3 Winchester closed: Thousands of drivers hit by delays
A bomb disposal unit and fire crews were called when "potential hazardous material" was found.
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Hurricane Maria adds to damage caused by Irma on Turks and Caicos20h Hurricane Maria adds to damage caused by Irma on Turks and Caicos
Other territories including British Virgin Islands and Anguilla heavily hit by Irma have escaped full force of Maria Hurricane Maria has added to the extensive damage on the British overseas territory of Turks and Caicos Islands, the Foreign Office has said, after the region was pummelled by a second major storm in two weeks.
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Center-Right Party Hangs On in New Zealand Election21h Updated Center-Right Party Hangs On in New Zealand Election
The National Party of Prime Minister Bill English beat back a challenge from the Labour Party and its new leader, Jacinda Ardern.
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21h Updated Iran successfully tests new ballistic missile
Iran tested a new ballistic missile that is reportedly capable of carrying multiple warheads, the nation's state-run broadcaster announced Saturday.
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Brexit: UK needs to clarify issues - Macron21h Updated Brexit: UK needs to clarify issues - Macron
The French president says Theresa May needs to sort out three key issues before talks turn to trade.
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Small Earthquake Rattles North Korea, and the World’s Nerves21h Updated Small Earthquake Rattles North Korea, and the World’s Nerves
A tremor was recorded near the North’s underground nuclear test site, but it appears to have been caused by a natural quake.
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North Korea: Tremor detected near weapon test site21h Updated North Korea: Tremor detected near weapon test site
It remains unclear if the magnitude 3.4 tremor was caused by an explosion or a natural event.
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West Ham United 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur21h Updated West Ham United 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur
In-form striker Harry Kane scores twice as Tottenham survive a late fightback from West Ham to go third in the Premier League.
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Catalonia Showdown Tests Spanish Leader’s Instinct for Survival21h Updated Catalonia Showdown Tests Spanish Leader’s Instinct for Survival
Critics of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy say he has overreached in dealing with Catalan separatists.
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New Zealand gets hung parliament as Jacinda Ardern falls short in election21h New Zealand gets hung parliament as Jacinda Ardern falls short in election
Labour and National court New Zealand First leader Winston Peter who becomes kingmaker for third time
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North Korea quake raises concerns about further nuclear test21h Updated North Korea quake raises concerns about further nuclear test
China reports ‘suspected explosion’ but South Korean experts suggest minor tremor was a natural occurrence
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Jacinda Ardern: ‘We gave it our all’ – video21h Jacinda Ardern: ‘We gave it our all’ – video
Labour party leader says her party gave its all in the 2017 election campaign. Winston Peters will determine who ends up governing, with his New Zealand First party holding enough seats to form a coalition with either National or Labour
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NFL: Donald Trump says players protesting during US national anthem should be fired21h NFL: Donald Trump says players protesting during US national anthem should be fired
US president Donald Trump says NFL players who protest during the national anthem should be fired.
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North Korean quake raises concerns about further nuclear test21h Updated North Korean quake raises concerns about further nuclear test
China reports ‘suspected explosion’ but South Korean experts suggest minor tremor was a natural occurrence
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 More and more Deliveroo food cooked in prefab huts 22h Updated More and more Deliveroo food cooked in prefab huts
Deliveroo has been hugely successful in the UK, utterly revolutionising its takeaway market in just four years — so much so that the company is thought to be worth as much as £1.1 billion.
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New Zealand gets hung parliament as Ardern falls short in election22h New Zealand gets hung parliament as Ardern falls short in election
Labour and National court New Zealand First leader Winston Peter who becomes kingmaker for third time
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22h Mexico hit by new 6.2 magnitude earthquake
A new earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 has hit Mexico, just days after another devastating tremor left 295 people dead.
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Rangers 0-2 Celtic22h Rangers 0-2 Celtic
Celtic ease to victory in the Old Firm clash, with Tom Rogic and Leigh Griffiths delivering the goals to see off Rangers.
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The Resistance Now: campaigners warn fight for healthcare is not over22h The Resistance Now: campaigners warn fight for healthcare is not over
John McCain dealt a blow to Republican hopes of passing the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act but activists warn against complacency
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 Weak pound turns Brexit Britain into a holiday haven 22h Weak pound turns Brexit Britain into a holiday haven
Visitors from overseas spent £13.3billion during the seven months from January-July - a surge of nine percent on the same period last year.
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Spanish Police Arrest Suspect in Terror-Attacks Investigation23h Updated Spanish Police Arrest Suspect in Terror-Attacks Investigation
Spanish police arrested a man for alleged collaboration with the terrorists that killed 16 people in Spain last month, the country’s interior ministry said, in a sign that the cell is larger than investigators had initially indicated.
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Uber: Women voice safety fears over London licence loss23h Uber: Women voice safety fears over London licence loss
Some women say the loss of Uber's licence will make travel less safe and leave them out of pocket.
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From north Wales to Norfolk, distraught beekeepers ask: who’s stealing our hives?23h From north Wales to Norfolk, distraught beekeepers ask: who’s stealing our hives?
More than 100,000 bees have been targeted by rustlers in the past month alone – and keepers fear the culprits are from their own ranksThere was a lump in Katie Hayward’s throat as she spoke about the emotional impact of the thefts that have cast a shadow over Britain’s beekeepers. “The heartbreaking thing is that it’s a very close community. The fact that one beekeeper does this to another is the hardest thing of all,” she says. Two years have now passed since Hayward’s farm in north Wales was raided, leading to the loss of tens of thousands of bees. But the rustlers have continued to be active. Most recently they have
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M3 closed as bomb disposal team inspects hazardous material23h M3 closed as bomb disposal team inspects hazardous material
Thousands of motorists left stranded or delayed on diversionary roads around Winchester
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Uber petition over London licence loss reaches 500,00023h Uber petition over London licence loss reaches 500,000
An online petition was launched by Uber after it was announced it would lose its London licence.
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The week in patriarchy: Ivanka Trump continues to disappoint | Jessica Valenti23h The week in patriarchy: Ivanka Trump continues to disappoint | Jessica Valenti
She won’t have to worry about her children being denied the healthcare because she is wealthy. What about the rest of us?
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 Angellica Bell wins Celebrity MasterChef in tense final 23h Angellica Bell wins Celebrity MasterChef in tense final
Bell wowed judges John and Gregg with her three-course meal of a Camembert, fig and onion tart followed by a pan-fried halibut and prawns, and a pear Bourdaloue for dessert.
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How to Survive the Apocalypse23h Updated How to Survive the Apocalypse
Amid natural disasters, terrorist attacks and going nuclear over North Korea, it is not just camouflage-clad cave dwellers who are prepping for doomsday.
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24h Updated New Zealand goes to the polls
New Zealanders are casting their votes Saturday in a general election which final polls showed was too close to call.
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Uber petition over London licence loss reaches nearly 500,00025h Uber petition over London licence loss reaches nearly 500,000
An online petition was launched after it was announced Uber would lose its London licence.
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Two Buddhists fined £15,000 for releasing crustaceans into sea25h Two Buddhists fined £15,000 for releasing crustaceans into sea
Zhixiong Li and Ni Li caused ‘untold damage’ to environment by releasing non-native crabs and lobsters off Brighton Two Buddhists who released £5,000 worth of crustaceans into the Channel as part of a religious ceremony have been fined almost £15,000 for causing “untold damage” to the environment. Zhixiong Li and Ni Li helped throw live crabs and lobsters into the sea off Brighton as part of a “life release” ceremony in 2015, a court has heard.
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North Korea: Tremor detected in north east25h North Korea: Tremor detected in north east
Tremor detected in North Korea, which China says could be an explosion but South Korea disagrees.
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Trump: I’ll handle ‘little rocket man’ Kim Jong-un – video25h Trump: I’ll handle ‘little rocket man’ Kim Jong-un – video
Donald Trump lambasts Kim Jong-un at a rally in Hunstville, Alabama on Friday night, saying ‘we have no choice’ with North Korea. Trump called Kim ‘little rocket man’, describing him as a madman. The president also criticised NFL players who didn’t stand during the national anthem at games and denied any collusion with Russia
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The Look: A Mix of Tradition and Trend in Kabul 25h The Look: A Mix of Tradition and Trend in Kabul
In Afghanistan, the photographer Loulou d’Aki made appointments to photograph stylish residents of the capital city. And when the air cooled down, she captured more natural moments in public spaces.
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Chinese group blocked by Trump announces UK chip-maker buyout25h Chinese group blocked by Trump announces UK chip-maker buyout
Canyon Bridge to make £550m all-cash offer for Imagination, whose graphics chips have been used in Apple’s iPhone A Chinese group that was stopped by Donald Trump from buying a US chip-maker last week has announced a £550m takeover of British chip designer Imagination Technologies. Canyon Bridge Capital Partners’ all-cash offer for Imagination showed the buyout fund remained focused on investing in western chip-makers after its $1.3bn (£960m) deal to buy Lattice Semiconductor was blocked over US national security concerns.
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Puerto Rico: dam wall cracks on Lake Guajataca - video26h Puerto Rico: dam wall cracks on Lake Guajataca - video
Water pours through the municipalities of Isabela and Quebradillas after a dam on Lake Guajataca in Puerto Rico cracks on Friday. About 70,000 people have been evacuated after the dam sustained structural damage from Hurricane Maria. Nearly 40cm of rain fell in the area, significantly raising water levels on the 90-year-old dam
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26h North Korea earthquake a suspected explosion
North Korea has been struck by a 3.4 scale earthquake that China says may have been caused by an explosion.
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Bali: travel warning issued as volcano threatens to erupt26h Bali: travel warning issued as volcano threatens to erupt
Jetstar and Qantas say services to the popular tourist destination are going ahead but they are watching the situation closely Holiday plans are in limbo for thousands of Australians after the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade issued a new travel warning for Bali because of fears of a volcano eruption on the popular tourist island. Indonesian authorities have raised the alert level for the Mount Agung volcano to the highest classification, meaning an eruption could be imminent.
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National Trust memberships hit new high of five million26h Updated National Trust memberships hit new high of five million
The charity's chairman, Tim Parker, says people go to its sites to escape "busy, noisy" technology.
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 Marks & Spencer launches online devilvery service 26h Marks & Spencer launches online devilvery service
Trials are under way in Camden, north London, and in Woodley near Reading. Customers in a three-mile radius of the stores can order food to arrive within one hour.
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Deals in Code, Arrests in Raids: The Risky Stakes of Oil Middlemen26h Deals in Code, Arrests in Raids: The Risky Stakes of Oil Middlemen
A go-to agent in a lucrative industry that depends on global connections speaks up about allegations that it earned millions through graft.
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26h Trying to Save the Corals of the Great Barrier Reef
Faced with dying coral reefs, a team of researchers are breeding heat-resistant corals in an effort to restore the population.
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China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade26h Updated China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade
Traditionally Pyongyang's only ally, China is targeting the North's economy after new UN sanctions.
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Garbine Muguruza and Angelique Kerber lose in Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo27h Garbine Muguruza and Angelique Kerber lose in Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo
Garbine Muguruza and Angelique Kerber suffer Pan Pacific Open semi-finals defeats by Caroline Wozniacki and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
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China to enforce UN sanctions against North Korea27h China to enforce UN sanctions against North Korea
Beijing bans exports of some petroleum products and imports of textiles as Pyongyang and US urged to calm tensions
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May Calls for Two-Year Brexit Transition, Pledges to Honor Budget Commitments27h Updated May Calls for Two-Year Brexit Transition, Pledges to Honor Budget Commitments
British Prime Minister Theresa May said the U.K. would honor its financial commitments to the European Union’s current budget and seek to retain current terms of trade for two years after its planned exit in 2019.
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 Glasgow vet spared jail after poisoning dog with insulin 27h Glasgow vet spared jail after poisoning dog with insulin
'Attention seeking' veterinary nurse Georgina Bretman, (left) 28, of Glasgow, was spared jail after injecting her dog Florence (right) with insulin, causing her to collapse.
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Trump misreads North Korea’s sacred dynasty at his peril | Michael Brabazon27h Trump misreads North Korea’s sacred dynasty at his peril | Michael Brabazon
In the escalating war of insults, Trump is a ‘gangster fond of playing with fire’, Kim Jong-un a ‘madman’ who will be tested as never before. Yet such rhetoric can only add to Kim’s heaven-sent conviction that he alone can save humanity Before trying to cow North Korea with military intervention, we need to understand what motivates Kim Jong-un. Dangerously for the US and its Asian allies, there is something missing from the west’s analysis of the “rogue state” and its ruling dynasty.
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 Photographs of buff Buddhist go viral in Thailand 28h Photographs of buff Buddhist go viral in Thailand
The identity of the buff Buddhist, who was photographed in the humble orange attire of Thailand's monastic order, is not known. But he is thought to have been promoting healthy eating.
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The 20 photographs of the week28h Updated The 20 photographs of the week
The Mexico earthquake, the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar and the Catalan vote of independence – the news of the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists
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Uber petition over London licence loss reaches 400k28h Uber petition over London licence loss reaches 400k
An online petition was launched after it was announced Uber would lose its London licence.
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Tracking Trump: trading threats as tension builds with North Korea28h Tracking Trump: trading threats as tension builds with North Korea
At the UN, the president warned the US could ‘totally destroy’ North Korea and met with leaders from across the globe, while the Russia investigation continued
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 Claws out for Buddhists who liberated lobsters 29h Claws out for Buddhists who liberated lobsters
Zhixiong Li and Ni Li helped throw live crabs and lobsters into the ocean a mile off the coast of Brighton as part of a life release ceremony in 2015. They have now been fined.
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Hundreds of thousands sign petition over Uber London licence loss29h Updated Hundreds of thousands sign petition over Uber London licence loss
An online petition already has 400,000 names after it was announced Uber would lose its London licence.
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Civilian volunteers rise to the challenge of deadly Mexico earthquake29h Civilian volunteers rise to the challenge of deadly Mexico earthquake
Citizens have stepped into the breach of slow or patchy official response but as hopes for more survivors fade, those made homeless fear for the future Regina Villar is in charge of coordinating help for more than 100 badly traumatized victims of Mexico’s devastating earthquake,
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29h From dotard to Goliath, world reacts to Trump
A giant gold Goliath. Mentally deranged. A pusher of pipe dreams.
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30h Mexico earthquake: Searches could last weeks
Hiram Navarro had reasons for hope and despair Friday as rescuers hunted for his brother and dozens of others who were feared to be in a Mexico City office building that collapsed in this week's magnitude 7.1 earthquake.
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Travel warning issued for Bali as volcano threatens to erupt31h Travel warning issued for Bali as volcano threatens to erupt
Jetstar and Qantas say services to the popular tourist destination are going ahead but they are watching the situation closely Holiday plans are in limbo for thousands of Australians after the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade issued a new travel warning for Bali because of fears of a volcano eruption on the popular tourist island. Indonesian authorities have raised the alert level for the Mount Agung volcano to the highest classification, meaning an eruption could be imminent.
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U.S. Bungled $70 Billion Mission to Train Afghan Forces, Report Finds31h Updated U.S. Bungled $70 Billion Mission to Train Afghan Forces, Report Finds
The Sigar report details how unprepared the U.S. was to train local forces when the war began in 2001 and concludes many of the problems that hampered the early days of the war still exist.
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