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 420,000 Brits were in Florida when Hurricane Irma struck 12 Sep 2017, 11:56pm 420,000 Brits were in Florida when Hurricane Irma struck
Nearly half a million British expats and tourists were in Florida when the devastating Hurricane Irma struck. Most of the damage in the state appears to have been done to the Florida Keys.
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 Swedish royals look elegant at State Opening of Parliament 12 Sep 2017, 11:12pm Updated Swedish royals look elegant at State Opening of Parliament
Princess Madeleine and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden were all smiles on Tuesday as they joined the rest of their family at Riksdag, Stockholm, for the state Opening of Parliament.
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 Video shows man after allegedly sexually assaulting girl 12 Sep 2017, 11:12pm Video shows man after allegedly sexually assaulting girl
Video shows the alleged deviant near some undergrowth in a Hull park at 4pm yesterday. The man filming claimed a girl had just run away after emerging from the bushes.
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 Apple finally reveals its best ever smartphone with FaceID 12 Sep 2017, 10:54pm Updated Apple finally reveals its best ever smartphone with FaceID
The new iPhone comes a decade after Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs unveiled the first version. The announcement was made at Apple's new 'spaceship campus' in Cupertino.
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 Gary Otte asks Ohio Supreme Court to delay execution 12 Sep 2017, 10:18pm Gary Otte asks Ohio Supreme Court to delay execution
Gary Otte, a condemned killer of two people, asked Ohio's highest court Tuesday to delay his upcoming execution. He is arguing that he was too young at the time of his crimes to be put to death.
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 Tourists trapped on broken bridge in China 12 Sep 2017, 10:11pm Tourists trapped on broken bridge in China
A suspension bridge collapsed on September 7 in China's Hubei Province. A total of 15 people were injured as a result of the incident with one of them being seriously injured.
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 Missing woman disappeared at Manchester Airport  12 Sep 2017, 10:07pm Missing woman disappeared at Manchester Airport 
Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of Louise Holohan (pictured), who was last seen leaving Terminal One at Manchester Airport about 4pm on Friday.
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 Dennis Skinner slammed by Corbynistas for backing EU bill 12 Sep 2017, 10:05pm Updated Dennis Skinner slammed by Corbynistas for backing EU bill
The veteran firebrand, a hero of the Left, was branded a 'scab' for voting with Tory MPs to implement the result of the referendum.
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 Killer asks Ohio Supreme Court to delay execution 12 Sep 2017, 9:58pm Killer asks Ohio Supreme Court to delay execution
Gary Otte, a condemned killer of two people, asked Ohio's highest court Tuesday to delay his upcoming execution. He is arguing that he was too young at the time of his crimes to be put to death.
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 Brandon Rayat killed himself after months of abuse 12 Sep 2017, 9:56pm Brandon Rayat killed himself after months of abuse
Brandon Rayat, (pictured) from Leicester, became so distraught by the bullies that he began to suffer from mental health issues and ended up hanging himself in his home last August.
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 Cows stampede through Cheshire village of Bollington 12 Sep 2017, 9:56pm Cows stampede through Cheshire village of Bollington
The marauding cattle stampeded through Bollington near Macclesfield around 9am last Sunday morning, destroying flowerbeds and soiling driveways.
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 Rescue team finds body of Keaton Emery in Italian Alps  12 Sep 2017, 9:54pm Rescue team finds body of Keaton Emery in Italian Alps 
Keaton Emery (pictured), 23, set off to hike through the mountains near Lake Como, where he was doing volunteer work at a sailing school.
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 Kiera Waldie used drug money to buy Mercedes   12 Sep 2017, 9:43pm Kiera Waldie used drug money to buy Mercedes  
Manchester human resources officer Kiera Waldie, 29, had used money from Mark Smith's drug dealing (to splash out on a C-class Mercedes after becoming besotted with him.
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 Tesla investigated by National Transportation Safety Board 12 Sep 2017, 9:13pm Updated Tesla investigated by National Transportation Safety Board
The National Transportation Safety Board said that an inattentive driver's over reliance on technology was to blame for the May 2016 crash with Joshua Brown.
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 FGM campaign aims to protect children coming from abroad 12 Sep 2017, 9:05pm FGM campaign aims to protect children coming from abroad
Police say they are 'absolutely determined' to bring the first successful prosecution for female genital mutilation as they focused on Eurostar customers arriving in London and Kent today.
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 Len McCluskey compares himself to Nelson Mandela 12 Sep 2017, 8:36pm Len McCluskey compares himself to Nelson Mandela
Len McCluskey compared himself to Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela at the Brighton Centre last night as his fellow union barons threatened a wave of illegal strikes.
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 Where was the whooping for trundling Jeremy Corbyn? 12 Sep 2017, 8:35pm Where was the whooping for trundling Jeremy Corbyn?
Rapture for Jeremy Corbyn was not exactly uncontained when he wandered into the TUC’s conference in Brighton yesterday, writes QUENTIN LETTS.
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 Where WAS the whooping for trundling Corbyn? 12 Sep 2017, 8:24pm Where WAS the whooping for trundling Corbyn?
Rapture for Jeremy Corbyn was not exactly uncontained when he wandered into the TUC’s conference in Brighton yesterday, writes QUENTIN LETTS.
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 Pippa Middleton unveils new shorter hairdo 12 Sep 2017, 8:12pm Pippa Middleton unveils new shorter hairdo
Pippa Middleton, 35, has been spotted out and about on her bike in London with a new shoulder length bob, after previously sporting longer locks flowing well past her shoulders.
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 Idyllic open-top bus service is forced off the road 12 Sep 2017, 8:03pm Idyllic open-top bus service is forced off the road
Derek Gawn's open-top bus service along Britain's Jurassic Coast in Devon has been forced off the road following claims of a sabotage and smear campaign by angry elderly residents.
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 Soldiers accused of being part of neo-Nazi National Action 12 Sep 2017, 7:44pm Updated Soldiers accused of being part of neo-Nazi National Action
Lance corporal Mikko Vehvilainen and Private Mark Barrett are accused along with Alexander Deakin (pictured) of being part of the proscribed organisation National Action.
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 Public-sector 1% pay cap will be axed in 2018 12 Sep 2017, 7:30pm Public-sector 1% pay cap will be axed in 2018
The 1 per cent cap, which was the centrepiece of the Government's austerity programme, was due to run until 2020. But Elizabeth Truss, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said it will be scrapped.
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 MEPs mock PM for refusing to speak at EU parliament 12 Sep 2017, 7:25pm MEPs mock PM for refusing to speak at EU parliament
Philippe Lamberts, a Belgian who co-chairs the Green group, said the PM was at the 'very edge of her skills' and it was 'starting to show'.
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 Somali mother and son chose to live on a London bench 12 Sep 2017, 6:48pm Updated Somali mother and son chose to live on a London bench
Wandsworth Council has desperately tried to rehouse the mother and son (pictured) and offered them two properties in Tooting, south west London - but they chose to remain outside.
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 Pink Floyd engineer caught wife beating their adopted son 12 Sep 2017, 2:26pm Updated Pink Floyd engineer caught wife beating their adopted son
Peter Wynne-Willson claims his ex-wife Susan Wynne-Willson waged a 14-year long campaign of physical and mental campaign of abuse between at their stately home in North Yorkshire.
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 Florida dealing with Hurricane Irma aftermath 12 Sep 2017, 2:23pm Updated Florida dealing with Hurricane Irma aftermath
Irma made landfall Sunday morning in the Florida Keys as a category 4 storm and then made its way up the Gulf Coast - knocking out power to some 12.5million people in the southeast.
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 Tesco customer finds creepy crawlies in her porridge oats 12 Sep 2017, 1:55pm Tesco customer finds creepy crawlies in her porridge oats
Tesco customer, Rachel Carter, from Wigan, shared stomach-churning footage of what appears to be tiny beetles crawling in her porridge oats onto Tesco's official Facebook channel on Sunday.
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 Public sector pay cap finally lifted as police get 2% more 12 Sep 2017, 1:51pm Updated Public sector pay cap finally lifted as police get 2% more
Police officers are set to be handed 2 per cent extra this year and prison staff 1.7 per cent. Other workers are set to pay increases from 2018/19 subject to negotiations with the Treasury.
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 Parents and son die in volcanic crater fall near Naples 12 Sep 2017, 1:39pm Updated Parents and son die in volcanic crater fall near Naples
The tragedy unfolded when the 11-year-old boy walked into a prohibited area at Solfatara near Naples in south west Italy.
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 RAF helicopter crash in Afghanistan due to people on site 12 Sep 2017, 1:34pm Updated RAF helicopter crash in Afghanistan due to people on site
Flight Lieutenants Alan Scott and Geraint 'Roly' Roberts died after a Puma Mk 2 helicopter crashed while landing at Nato's Resolute Support mission headquarters in Kabul on October 11 2015.
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 British tourist trapped on St Martin during Hurricane Irma 12 Sep 2017, 1:05pm Updated British tourist trapped on St Martin during Hurricane Irma
EXCLUSIVE: James Tuffin, 32, was left stranded on St Martin after he was unable to check-in for his flight last Monday because no one from Delta Airlines was available to print his boarding pass.
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 Liverpool-born Muslim convert radicalised by ISIS online 12 Sep 2017, 1:04pm Updated Liverpool-born Muslim convert radicalised by ISIS online
Ismael Watson,of Walsall, West Midlands, flew to Turkey and trying to cross the border into the war-torn country between 1 January 2016 and 23 February this year.
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 Pilot and elderly female passenger killed in plane crash 12 Sep 2017, 12:25pm Updated Pilot and elderly female passenger killed in plane crash
An investigation has been launched after a pilot aged in his 50s and a female passenger aged in her 70s were both killed when a single engine light aircraft crashed near King's Lynn, Norfolk.
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 Judge stole £780,000 from clients to fund Barbados trips 12 Sep 2017, 11:53am Judge stole £780,000 from clients to fund Barbados trips
Simon Kenny, 60, (pictured) and his assistant Emma Coates, 48, splashed out on lavish trips while ransacking funds at CK Solicitors in Selsey, West Sussex, over four years.
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 Gangster’s moll used drug money to buy mercedes   12 Sep 2017, 11:44am Updated Gangster’s moll used drug money to buy mercedes  
Manchester human resources officer Kiera Waldie, 29, had used money from Mark Smith's drug dealing (to splash out on a C-class Mercedes after becoming besotted with him.
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 Somalian mother and son chose to live on a London bench 12 Sep 2017, 11:21am Updated Somalian mother and son chose to live on a London bench
Wandsworth Council has desperately tried to rehouse the mother and son (pictured) and offered them two properties in Tooting, south west London - but they chose to remain outside.
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 Three brothers in Northern Ireland all commit suicide 12 Sep 2017, 10:34am Three brothers in Northern Ireland all commit suicide
The suicide of Stephen Ferrin, 31, who lived in Northern Ireland, comes after his brothers Niall, 19, and Kieran, 24, both took their own lives — as well as their cousin, Cristopher, who was 19.
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 Wayne Rooney prostitute quizzed by police in murder probe 12 Sep 2017, 10:15am Updated Wayne Rooney prostitute quizzed by police in murder probe
Jenny Thompson, 28, was spoken to by officers as part of the inquiry after a scuffle at the party in Bolton led to the death of David Molloy.
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 Brit newlyweds lost everything in Hurricane Irma 12 Sep 2017, 9:04am Brit newlyweds lost everything in Hurricane Irma
Michael and Jade Scott, from Derby, are stuck in the torn-apart Caribbean islands desperately trying to get back into the UK after they were forced to flee their rented property in Virgin Gorda.
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 Islanders fight over scraps of food on St Martin 12 Sep 2017, 8:13am Updated Islanders fight over scraps of food on St Martin
Residents have been seen brawling over food on St Martin, which was laid to waste by Hurricane Irma amid reports gangs of armed looters are continuing to terrorise island communities.
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 Police hunt Grenfell Tower thief who stole cash from flat 12 Sep 2017, 7:49am Updated Police hunt Grenfell Tower thief who stole cash from flat
Police are hunting for a thief who allegedly stole cash from a flat abandoned by Grenfell Tower six days after the devastating blaze.
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 Electricians are earning £156,000 a year 12 Sep 2017, 7:30am Electricians are earning £156,000 a year
The study by Manpower also revealed that fire safety officers can earn up to £1,600 a week as councils and landlords carry out crucial repairs in the wake of the Grenfell Tower inferno.
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 Stonehenge tunnel given go-ahead by Chris Grayling 12 Sep 2017, 7:24am Updated Stonehenge tunnel given go-ahead by Chris Grayling
Department for Transport officials claim the tunnel in Wiltshire will avoid important archaeological sites and will not intrude the view of the setting sun from Stonehenge during the winter solstice.
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 Video of dog giving Nazi salutes is ‘grossly offensive’ 12 Sep 2017, 7:24am Updated Video of dog giving Nazi salutes is ‘grossly offensive’
Ephraim Borowski, 66, director of the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities, told a court Mark Meechan's video of his dog reacting to Nazi statements was 'grossly offensive'.
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 Death toll rises in Georgia as Hurricane Irma heads north 12 Sep 2017, 6:57am Updated Death toll rises in Georgia as Hurricane Irma heads north
Three people have died in Georgia from Hurricane Irma after the storm hammered Florida. Irma crossed over into Georgia on Monday and was finally downgraded to a tropical storm.
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