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 School being sued for sacking teacher Werner Nel 13 Sep 10:39pm School being sued for sacking teacher Werner Nel
Werner Nel was sacked from Brockhurst and Marlston House all-girls school in Berkshire after allegedly allowing pupils to search for anything they wanted including porn.
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 XXXTentacion Look at Me video shows the rapper lynch a boy 13 Sep 9:50pm XXXTentacion Look at Me video shows the rapper lynch a boy
Rapper XXXTentacion (pictured) has been condemned over his latest video for Look at Me which shows him fitting a noose around a white child's neck and raising him off the ground.
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 153 migrants land in Romania after crossing Black Sea 13 Sep 9:49pm Updated 153 migrants land in Romania after crossing Black Sea
The pre-dawn drama, in which 53 children were saved, fuelled fears that the crossing from Turkey to eastern Europe was becoming increasingly popular with unscrupulous North African traffickers.
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 New iPhone face unlocking tech sparks privacy fears 13 Sep 9:44pm New iPhone face unlocking tech sparks privacy fears
Experts warned that the new technology has the potential be abused by thieves, forcing iPhone X owners to unlock their phones to steal information and wipe them to sell.
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 Theresa May to travel to Florence to deliver Brexit speech 13 Sep 9:34pm Theresa May to travel to Florence to deliver Brexit speech
The Prime Minister will travel to Florence next Friday to deliver an ‘update on Brexit negotiations’ amid fears they are close to stalling.
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 Ladybird Book stamps are issued by Royal Mail 13 Sep 9:24pm Ladybird Book stamps are issued by Royal Mail
The small-sized children's books most strongly associated with the brand were first published in the early days of the Second World War.
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 How the oh-so-PC BBC is lagging behind on diversity 13 Sep 9:16pm Updated How the oh-so-PC BBC is lagging behind on diversity
The Corporation is less likely to employ women than its major TV rivals, and less likely to promote them to senior positions, according to a major report by Ofcom published today.
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 Fewer women staying at home to look after family 13 Sep 9:02pm Fewer women staying at home to look after family
One in 11 women is now classified as a stay-at-home mother, according to official figures.
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 State workers are paid better than those in private sector 13 Sep 8:39pm State workers are paid better than those in private sector
Private sector workers earned £503 per week on average in July 2017, which represents a £305 fall in annual income when compared to a year ago, the Social Market Foundation found.
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 BT is still laying old-fashioned copper wires 13 Sep 8:28pm BT is still laying old-fashioned copper wires
Critics say the firm’s Openreach arm has been using outdated copper wires to connect homes to the internet, instead of fibre cables which families would need for superfast broadband.
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 PM will use a speech setting out her vision for Brexit 13 Sep 8:28pm PM will use a speech setting out her vision for Brexit
The Prime Minister will travel to Florence next Friday to deliver an ‘update on Brexit negotiations’ amid fears they are close to stalling.
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 Britis commuter, 29, shortlisted for Man Booker Prize 13 Sep 7:46pm Updated Britis commuter, 29, shortlisted for Man Booker Prize
British writer Fiona Mozley (pictured) is up for one of the world's most prestigious literary prizes for Elmet, described by judges as 'timeless in its epic mixture of violence and love'.
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 German translator admits stalking Eddie Redmayne 13 Sep 7:44pm Updated German translator admits stalking Eddie Redmayne
Gaby Stieger, 49, repeatedly loitered outside the Oscar-winning actor’s house in Southwark, south London, and sent him love letters.
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 DiCaprio and Clooney lead hurricane relief telethon 13 Sep 6:25pm DiCaprio and Clooney lead hurricane relief telethon
Tuesday night's Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief telethon raised more than $14million to help victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which devastated the southern US.
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 Theresa May blew £141million on the snap election 13 Sep 6:24pm Updated Theresa May blew £141million on the snap election
The Cabinet office said £98.3m was spent running the poll and the counts across the country. Another £42.5million was spent delivering election materials to every household in the country.
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 Ewloe transgender teacher quit when exposed as porn star 13 Sep 6:21pm Ewloe transgender teacher quit when exposed as porn star
Dr Robyn Jane Williams, a learning support worker, is accused of appearing in pornographic magazines and films while working as a teaching assistant at a college in north Wales.
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 Eight dead at a Florida nursing home after faulty AC 13 Sep 5:52pm Updated Eight dead at a Florida nursing home after faulty AC
More than 100 people were evacuated from the Rehabilitation Center, in Hollywood, on Wednesday morning where residents were suffering from intense heat after the deadly hurricane.
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 Stone-stackers face jail for damaging historic UK sites 13 Sep 4:24pm Stone-stackers face jail for damaging historic UK sites
Piles of balanced stones - dubbed fairy stacks or fairy castles - are appearing in growing numbers at many famous landmarks and regularly appear at the top of hills in the Lake District.
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 Rotherham paedophile tried to coerce teen via Facebook 13 Sep 2:46pm Rotherham paedophile tried to coerce teen via Facebook
Ryan Kirk, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, admitted three counts of sexual activity with a child, but only after changing his plea four days into a five-day trial.
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 More than 20,000 evacuated across Moscow after bomb threat 13 Sep 2:41pm More than 20,000 evacuated across Moscow after bomb threat
Some 30 sites are being cleared across the Russian capital Moscow, including universities, shopping centres and train stations on Wednesday afternoon.
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 Six dead at a Florida nursing home after faulty AC 13 Sep 2:35pm Updated Six dead at a Florida nursing home after faulty AC
More than 100 people were evacuated from the Rehabilitation Center, in Hollywood, on Wednesday morning where residents were suffering from intense heat after the deadly hurricane.
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 Leeds couple who scammed NHS ordered to pay back £600k 13 Sep 2:20pm Leeds couple who scammed NHS ordered to pay back £600k
Neil Wood abused his position as a manager at the Leeds and York NHS Trust to gets kickbacks from a company controlled by his wife Lisa.
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 Boris Johnson arrives in hurricane-hit Caribbean 13 Sep 1:53pm Updated Boris Johnson arrives in hurricane-hit Caribbean
Britain is sending an extra £25million to help the Caribbean recover from Hurricane Irma, Theresa May announced today. The new money is on top of £32million announced last week.
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 Altrincham mother was found drunk next to her crashed Audi 13 Sep 1:53pm Altrincham mother was found drunk next to her crashed Audi
Paris Hall, 28, was breathalysed next to her Audi A1 in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, and was twice over the drink drive limit but later begged magistrates to not ban her from the roads.
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 Theresa May slams unions over illegal strikes threat 13 Sep 1:51pm Theresa May slams unions over illegal strikes threat
The Prime Minister laid into Unite chief Len McCluskey for saying he was ready to break the law and cripple public services to force big wage rises.
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 West Yorkshire man kills unborn child by kicking fiancee 13 Sep 1:47pm West Yorkshire man kills unborn child by kicking fiancee
Stuart Samson, 37, attacked his partner Jessy Jonhson, 19, during a row in a bar before telling her not to call an ambulance, Leeds Crown Court heard.
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 Thug killed his unborn child when he kicked fiancee 13 Sep 1:40pm Thug killed his unborn child when he kicked fiancee
Stuart Samson, 37, attacked his partner Jessy Jonhson, 19, during a row in a bar before telling her not to call an ambulance, Leeds Crown Court heard.
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 Londoners are charged for £225k pensioner scam 13 Sep 1:35pm Londoners are charged for £225k pensioner scam
The suspects allegedly told victims across Britain they were investigating fraudulent activity on their bank accounts before instructing them to withdraw large amounts of money.
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 Jeremy McConnell faces painting and charity work 13 Sep 1:18pm Jeremy McConnell faces painting and charity work
The 27-year-old (pictured), from Dublin, was handed a 20-week sentence, suspended for 12 months at Liverpool Magistrates' Court.
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 Juncker dismisses Brexit and demands closer EU ties 13 Sep 1:15pm Updated Juncker dismisses Brexit and demands closer EU ties
In his state of the EU address, the commission president warned Britain that it would 'regret' leaving the bloc.
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 Family of Holocaust survivor in new appeal over her murder 13 Sep 12:55pm Family of Holocaust survivor in new appeal over her murder
Emmy Werner was found dead in a hotel in London 27 years after she had been liberated from a concentration camp in her native Czechoslovakia and her family continue to seek justice.
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 Hardened London commuters upset over green Tube markings 13 Sep 11:28am Hardened London commuters upset over green Tube markings
Commuters on the London Underground say green markings at Kings Cross station show 'the best places to stand to board trains' meaning their years of experience count for nothing.
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 Police officer investigated over death of Rashan Charles 13 Sep 11:24am Updated Police officer investigated over death of Rashan Charles
A police officer is being investigated for gross misconduct over the death of Rashan Charles who was restrained after a police chase in north east London.
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 Lincolnshire traveller gang jailed for keeping slaves 13 Sep 11:01am Updated Lincolnshire traveller gang jailed for keeping slaves
The Rooneys made more than £1.5m from the exploitation in Lincolnshire to fund a lavish lifestyle flush with cash spent on homes, holidays and cars.
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 Fancy dress site selling bomber outfit for Halloween 13 Sep 10:59am Updated Fancy dress site selling bomber outfit for Halloween
The Taliban 'terrorist' costume was available to purchase for £32.99 just days after the Manchester Arena reopened following a suicide attack which killed 22 innocent music fans - including children.
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 Storm Aileen blasts Britain with 75mph winds 13 Sep 10:25am Updated Storm Aileen blasts Britain with 75mph winds
The first named storm of the year lashed the UK overnight bringing gale force winds of up to 83mph, flying debris and overflowing rivers leading to dozens of flood alerts.
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 Financial crisis robbed pensioners of half their income 13 Sep 4:20am Updated Financial crisis robbed pensioners of half their income
On this day in 2007, it transpired that Northern Rock had sought emergency funding from the Bank of England, sparking the first run on a bank for more than a century.
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 Second woman claims Mel B has harassed her 13 Sep 3:45am Updated Second woman claims Mel B has harassed her
A second woman has come forward to claim that she has been harassed by Mel B in her bitter divorce battle with Stephen Belafonte.
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 iPhone X: New Apple phone has FaceID and wireless charging 13 Sep 3:40am iPhone X: New Apple phone has FaceID and wireless charging
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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 Aurora and Finn among worst baby names for grandparents 13 Sep 3:37am Updated Aurora and Finn among worst baby names for grandparents
One in five grandparents hates their grandchildren's names such as Tabitha, Aurora and Elijah, according to research published by the UK's biggest parent site, Mumsnet, today.
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 Devon open-top bus service is forced off the road 13 Sep 3:10am Updated Devon 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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 Drone footage shows how Hurricane Irma destroyed St Martin 13 Sep 3:04am Drone footage shows how Hurricane Irma destroyed St Martin
The video released by the French Interior Ministry shows roofs blown off of houses, debris covering the ground and flattened structures in the neighborhood of Grand Case.
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 Parents and son die in Solfatara volcanic crater in Naples 13 Sep 2:34am Updated Parents and son die in Solfatara volcanic crater in Naples
A couple and their 11-year-old son have fallen to their deaths in a volcanic crater in Italy. Tiziana Zaramella, pictured, died along with her husband Massimiliano Carrer and their son Lorenzo.
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 Tories threaten to team up with Labour to ruin Brexit bill 13 Sep 12:00am Updated Tories threaten to team up with Labour to ruin Brexit bill
Conservative Remainers yesterday threatened to team up with Labour to force ministers to give MPs a veto on the final Brexit deal as 59 pages of amendments are tabled for the EU Withdrawal Bill.
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