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 Kim Jong-un looks delighted as he rides a tractor 14 Nov 9:49pm Updated Kim Jong-un looks delighted as he rides a tractor
Kim Jong-un paused on his nuclear weapons programme to take a ride on a tractor in one of his agricultural factories. The North Korean dictator appeared delighted as he got behind the wheel.
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 The 455 peers who claim £22,000 in expenses each 14 Nov 9:20pm The 455 peers who claim £22,000 in expenses each
The Electoral Reform Society dubbed 33 of them 'couch potato peers' for taking part in less than a quarter of votes and yet claiming £462,510 in expenses – an average of £14,015 each.
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 Marriage equality supporters gather for same-sex results 14 Nov 9:07pm Marriage equality supporters gather for same-sex results
Same-sex marriage supporters have gathered across Australia for the landmark announcement of the same-sex marriage postal survey results.
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 I am NOT the Downing Street groper, says Cameron aide 14 Nov 9:00pm I am NOT the Downing Street groper, says Cameron aide
Speculation grew yesterday after Daisy Goodwin said a man who had worked under David Cameron had touched her breast. The former prime minister yesterday expressed his 'alarm'.
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 Clothes arrive at prison for Charles Bronson wedding 14 Nov 8:59pm Updated Clothes arrive at prison for Charles Bronson wedding
Clothes have been pictured being brought into HMP Wakefield in dress bags ahead of Charles Bronson's wedding to former soap actress Paula Williamson this afternoon.
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 Biggest diamond ever sold at auction sells for £25m 14 Nov 8:16pm Updated Biggest diamond ever sold at auction sells for £25m
The 163.41-carat diamond (pictured), suspended from an emerald and diamond necklace called The Art of Grisogono, sold tonight at the Christie's autumn jewel auction in Geneva, Switzerland.
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 Tanks and armed soldiers seen heading towards Zimbabwe 14 Nov 8:02pm Updated Tanks and armed soldiers seen heading towards Zimbabwe
Armed soldiers were also seen assaulting passers-by in Harare as they over-ran the national TV broadcaster in an unprecedented challenge to Robert Mugabe's 37-year reign.
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 May faces Tory Remoaner revolt over Brexit Bill 14 Nov 6:42pm Updated May faces Tory Remoaner revolt over Brexit Bill
Ministers defeated a Labour bid to prevent Brexit happening before the end of any transitional deal, and saw off efforts to hand the devolved administrations a veto on any deal.
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 Inflation stays at a five-year high of 3% 14 Nov 5:43pm Inflation stays at a five-year high of 3%
The Office for National Statistics said the rise in food prices is driving inflation with food, drink, alcohol all more expensive this year than last year.
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 Budget is set to pour millions into training for brickies 14 Nov 5:29pm Budget is set to pour millions into training for brickies
Chancellor Philip Hammond plans to put skills training at the heart of a strategy to dramatically increase the number of new homes being built to 300,000 a year.
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 Briton and Canadian friend found dead in Cambodian hostel 14 Nov 5:15pm Updated Briton and Canadian friend found dead in Cambodian hostel
Briton Natalie Jade Seymour, 22 and her 27-year-old Canadian friend, Abbey Gail Amisola, were found dead in the Monkey Republic Guest House in Kampot, southwestern Cambodia.
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 Motor racing expert killed as he cleaned shotgun in Surrey 14 Nov 4:46pm Updated Motor racing expert killed as he cleaned shotgun in Surrey
Robert 'Bobby' Bell died at the farmhouse in Surrey he shared with his wife Aline on Monday afternoon when his shotgun accidentally went off.
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 Jacob Rees-Mogg says UK must honour promise of £350m NHS 14 Nov 4:22pm Updated Jacob Rees-Mogg says UK must honour promise of £350m NHS
Jacob Rees-Mogg will say he believes 'Britain's greatest days lie before it and not behind it' and the economy will get a boost when it is freed from the red tape of Brussels.
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 Illegal Kuwaiti immigrant raped woman on Darlington river 14 Nov 4:07pm Illegal Kuwaiti immigrant raped woman on Darlington river
The video shows the sinister movements of Abdel-Aziz Al-Shamary (pictured) just moments after he launched a brutal attack on a woman in Darlington.
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 Two arrested over missing Gaia Pope in Dorset 14 Nov 3:13pm Updated Two arrested over missing Gaia Pope in Dorset
Rosemary Dinch, 71, sobbed yesterday as she told how a 'very upset' Gaia Pope, 19, had 'pounded' on her door in Swanage a week ago but had left again after they shared a hug.
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 Saudi strike destroys navigation station at Yemen airport 14 Nov 2:01pm Updated Saudi strike destroys navigation station at Yemen airport
Houthi rebel leaders said on Tuesday that the radio navigation system at Sanaa International Airport had been destroyed in a Saudi airstrike, cutting off a vital aid supply line.
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 Sumo champion Harumafuji investigated after assault claim 14 Nov 2:00pm Sumo champion Harumafuji investigated after assault claim
Japanese media reported that Harumafuji hit his fellow Mongolian wrestler Takanoiwa in the head with a beer bottle at a party last month, fracturing his skull base and causing other injuries.
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 Russian cadets vow to grab Alaska in propaganda video  14 Nov 1:59pm Russian cadets vow to grab Alaska in propaganda video 
The children pledge never to surrender Crimea as they sing from a military college against a backdrop of Second World War monuments in Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, in Russia.
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 Man claims land between Egypt and Sudan as his own country 14 Nov 1:57pm Updated Man claims land between Egypt and Sudan as his own country
Suyash Dixit, from Indore, India 'founded' the Kingdom of Dixit on the unclaimed land of Bir Tawil, an 800-square-mile strip south of the Egyptian border, by planting his flag on the land.
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 Antique firearms dealer found guilty of supplying guns 14 Nov 1:57pm Updated Antique firearms dealer found guilty of supplying guns
Paul Edmunds, 65, from Hardwicke, Gloucestershire, was found guilty of supplying guns and ammo to gangsters.
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 Leeds schoolboy who killed teacher showed knife to pupils 14 Nov 1:56pm Updated Leeds schoolboy who killed teacher showed knife to pupils
Pulp Fiction-obsessed Will Cornick, now 19, is serving a minimum 20-year sentence for stabbing Ann Maguire during a Spanish lesson at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds.
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 ISIS teen planned terror attack on Cardiff castle  14 Nov 12:13pm Updated ISIS teen planned terror attack on Cardiff castle 
The teenager, from south Wales, was detained by police at his home after posting a picture of Cardiff Castle on Instagram and allegedly hiding a kitchen knife and a hammer in a rucksack.
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 General Electric will sell lighting firm founded by Edison 14 Nov 12:06pm Updated General Electric will sell lighting firm founded by Edison
General Electric CEO John Flannery has announced plans to sell the company's lighting business 139 years after it was founded by Thomas Edison to fund research on his incandescent bulb.
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 Motor racing expert killed as he cleaned shotgun at home 14 Nov 12:01pm Updated Motor racing expert killed as he cleaned shotgun at home
Robert 'Bobby' Bell died at the farmhouse in Surrey he shared with his wife Aline on Monday afternoon when his shotgun accidentally went off.
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 Schoolboy who killed teacher showed knife to pupils 14 Nov 11:33am Updated Schoolboy who killed teacher showed knife to pupils
Pulp Fiction-obsessed Will Cornick, now 19, is serving a minimum 20-year sentence for stabbing Ann Maguire during a Spanish lesson at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds.
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 Briton, 22, and Canadian friend are found dead in Cambodia 14 Nov 11:31am Updated Briton, 22, and Canadian friend are found dead in Cambodia
Briton Natalie Jade Seymour, 22 and her 27-year-old Canadian friend, Abbey Gail Amisola, were found dead in the Monkey Republic Guest House in Kampot, southwestern Cambodia.
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 Antiques firearms dealer found guilty of supplying guns 14 Nov 11:28am Updated Antiques firearms dealer found guilty of supplying guns
Paul Edmunds, 65, from Hardwicke, Gloucestershire, was found guilty of supplying guns and ammo to gangsters.
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 Stephen Fry attends service for Paddington Bear author 14 Nov 11:21am Updated Stephen Fry attends service for Paddington Bear author
A celebration of the legendary author's life is taking place at St Paul's Cathedral in central London today, where friends, family and stars of the Paddington films will lead tributes.
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 Deliveroo driver aged 21 stabbed to death in east London 14 Nov 11:20am Updated Deliveroo driver aged 21 stabbed to death in east London
Kaan Aslan was stabbed in the heart just yards from his east London home on his way back from a night shift working as a Deliveroo driver and the Met Police have launched a murder probe.
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 Autistic man claims travellers stole two of his dogs 14 Nov 11:18am Autistic man claims travellers stole two of his dogs
Colin Crofts, 39, from Warlingham in Surrey, had been out to visit a friend last Tuesday afternoon when he returned to find his lurcher Ace and saluki Joker were both gone.
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 Ohio inmate to be given a special pillow during execution 14 Nov 11:16am Ohio inmate to be given a special pillow during execution
Convicted murderer Alva Campbell, 69, is scheduled to die by lethal injection in Ohio on Wednesday for fatally shooting teenager Charles Dials during a 1997 carjacking.
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 When Japanese used British prisoners in target practice 14 Nov 11:12am When Japanese used British prisoners in target practice
These repugnant photographs show the outrageously barbarous treatment of Commonwealth soldiers after they were captured by the Japanese in the Second World War.
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 Victim relives Arthur Collins acid attack on GMB 14 Nov 11:01am Updated Victim relives Arthur Collins acid attack on GMB
In an emotional interview on Good Morning Britain, 21-year-old Sophie Hall recounted the moment the corrosive liquid started burning her face as she partied with friends in Dalston, east London.
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 Couple pay for IVF treatment with help of £5k scratchcard 14 Nov 10:49am Updated Couple pay for IVF treatment with help of £5k scratchcard
Brian Smith, 51, and his wife Sarah, 30, from Barrow, helped pay for IVF treatment with the help of Mrs Smith's grandmother's £5,000 scratchcard winnings.
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 Downing St contacting Daisy Goodwin over grope claim 14 Nov 10:21am Updated Downing St contacting Daisy Goodwin over grope claim
Daisy Goodwin told of her ‘astonishment’ at the inappropriate actions of the unnamed official, who she was meeting to discuss an idea for a new programme.
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 Beggars in India are rounded up for Ivanka Trump visit 14 Nov 9:55am Updated Beggars in India are rounded up for Ivanka Trump visit
Later this month, Ivanka is scheduled to be a featured speaker at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad, which will also be attended by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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 You can win your own £490,000 London flat for just £5 14 Nov 9:41am You can win your own £490,000 London flat for just £5
Jack and Charlotte Smith have been trying to sell their third-storey flat in Greenwich for the past ten months. Despite reducing the price twice, they have had no buyers so have decided to raffle it off.
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 Brazil police throw a horse in jail for kicking a car 14 Nov 9:36am Brazil police throw a horse in jail for kicking a car
Faceiro the horse was put behind bars for nearly 24 hours after being accused of criminal damage in Nossa Senhora Aparecida, north east Brazil.
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 Victoria line commuters face chaos in Tube rush hour 14 Nov 8:32am Victoria line commuters face chaos in Tube rush hour
Thousands of commuters in Brixton faced delays during this morning's rush hour as long queues were reported outside the underground station as a result of a defective train in Victoria.
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 Window cleaner falls from building in Oxford Street 14 Nov 8:16am Updated Window cleaner falls from building in Oxford Street
Horrified commuters described seeing blood on the pavement when the man, in his mid-40s, fell from a building between Oxford Street and Harewood Place.
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 Giant lobster claw found off the Welsh coast 14 Nov 7:14am Giant lobster claw found off the Welsh coast
Oyster farmer Shaun Krijnen found the eight inch long pincer when he pulled in one of his oyster bags last week off the coast of Anglesey, north Wales.
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 Ferne McCann’s ex Arthur Collins armed himself for attack 14 Nov 6:37am Ferne McCann’s ex Arthur Collins armed himself for attack
Collins is said to have fallen out with the notorious London gang, also known as the Clerkenwell Crime Syndicate, over an expensive watch one of his friends tried to steal.
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 Two arrested on suspicion of murdering missing teenager 14 Nov 6:24am Updated Two arrested on suspicion of murdering missing teenager
Gaia Pope, 19, was last seen at an address in Manor Gardens, Swanage, at around 4pm on November 7.
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 Fitbit-style wristbands on the NHS for the obese 14 Nov 5:59am Updated Fitbit-style wristbands on the NHS for the obese
Thousands of obese people will be given Fitbit-style wristbands as part of an NHS drive to prevent diabetes in a pilot covering regions including Salford and North Yorkshire.
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 Parents plea for new heart for Newcastle baby Charlie 14 Nov 5:52am Parents plea for new heart for Newcastle baby Charlie
Five-week-old Charlie Douthwaite, from Newcastle, is on life support after open heart surgery and a cardiac arrest as his desperate parents urge people to become organ donors.
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 Sussex police force gives up solving minor crimes 14 Nov 5:51am Sussex police force gives up solving minor crimes
Sussex Police has provoked fury after announcing that it will seek to ‘resolve’ crimes over the phone and online as the force plans to focus only on the offences that have ‘the biggest impact’.
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 Killer student who stabbed Ann Maguire had boasted online 14 Nov 5:44am Updated Killer student who stabbed Ann Maguire had boasted online
Pulp Fiction obsessed Will Cornick, now 19, is serving a minimum 20-year sentence for stabbing Mrs Maguire during a Spanish lesson at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds, West Yorkshire in 2014.
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 Sussex Health Care trust being investigated after 12 died 14 Nov 5:41am Sussex Health Care trust being investigated after 12 died
A major crime team is looking into incidents dating back two years at nine of the firm’s homes, in one of the biggest investigations Sussex Police has undertaken.
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 Actor at court charged with stalking Christine Lampard 14 Nov 5:20am Updated Actor at court charged with stalking Christine Lampard
Christof King, 39, allegedly hounded Mrs Lampard with online messages, a letter and visits to the £10million Chelsea home she shares with her ex-footballer husband, Frank Lampard.
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 QUENTIN LETTS sees Remainers chase their tails 14 Nov 4:46am QUENTIN LETTS sees Remainers chase their tails
Yet more Baldrickian cunning plans on Brexit: just what our political class needs to connect with the electorate! (pictured: Commons select committee on Brext chairman, Hillary Benn).
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 Tory rebels put Government at risk with new Brexit demands 14 Nov 4:43am Updated Tory rebels put Government at risk with new Brexit demands
David Davis said the final Brexit deal would be enshrined in a dedicated Act of Parliament – meaning it could be voted down by MPs just weeks before the UK leaves in March 2019.
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 Queen was livid with Prince Edward for quitting Marines 14 Nov 3:30am Updated Queen was livid with Prince Edward for quitting Marines
The boy closest to the Duke's heart is his youngest; the one who chose to work in the world of TV and - much to the dismay of the Queen - dropped out of the Marines after four months.
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 North Korean troops shoot fellow soldier as he flees South 14 Nov 3:13am North Korean troops shoot fellow soldier as he flees South
The victim crossed to the South Korea side of the Joint Security Area at Panmunjom, the only portion of the Demilitarised Zone where forces from the two sides come face-to-face.
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 Theresa May accuses Russia of spreading fake news 14 Nov 2:21am Updated Theresa May accuses Russia of spreading fake news
Embattled Theresa May used her speech tonight at the Lord Mayor's Banquet to launch a scathing attack on Moscow - accusing it of trying to 'undermine Western Values'.
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 Mystery surrounds man found dead in a Kent field 14 Nov 2:02am Updated Mystery surrounds man found dead in a Kent field
The unnamed man was discovered half naked in the middle of a field near Canterbury, Kent, lying on his back next to a decanter, Oyster card and a black suitcase.
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