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Binmen refusing to remove bags wedged at the bottom of wheelie bins 16 Dec 2018, 8:43pm Binmen refusing to remove bags wedged at the bottom of wheelie bins
Binmen are refusing to get their hands dirty by removing bags wedged at the bottom of wheelie bins – much to the annoyance of residents.
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Low-skilled migrants will still be able to get short-term visas after Brexit 16 Dec 2018, 8:43pm Low-skilled migrants will still be able to get short-term visas after Brexit
There will be no cap on highly-skilled migrants from anywhere in the world, the Home Secretary is set to announce.
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Mind the pay gap! London Tube drivers on £100,000-a-year salaries get more than pilots 16 Dec 2018, 8:27pm Updated Mind the pay gap! London Tube drivers on £100,000-a-year salaries get more than pilots
The eye-watering figures, which include overtime, bonuses and employer pension contributions, show the highest paid London Tube driver in the year to November received £103,374.
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Sports Personality of the Year 2018: Rebecca Adlington and Lauren Steadman lead the glamour 16 Dec 2018, 5:40pm Updated Sports Personality of the Year 2018: Rebecca Adlington and Lauren Steadman lead the glamour
Rebecca, 29, was clearly in high spirits as she attended the BBC 's Sports Personality of the Year at The Vox Conference Centre in Birmingham on Sunday.
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Horrifying story of autistic woman locked up in secure unit for more than a decade 16 Dec 2018, 5:34pm Updated Horrifying story of autistic woman locked up in secure unit for more than a decade
Jade Hutchings (centre), now 27 and living in a secure unit in Farndon, Cheshire, was first admitted to a psychiatric hospital at the age of 14 where she was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome.
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Chester Zoo raises £40,000 in just hours after a devastating fire 16 Dec 2018, 5:12pm Updated Chester Zoo raises £40,000 in just hours after a devastating fire
Insects, frogs, fish and small birds were killed in the blaze which tore through the Monsoon Forest area at the Cheshire zoo on Saturday.
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Heartbroken mother relives devastating moment husband and 7-year-old son were killed 16 Dec 2018, 5:05pm Heartbroken mother relives devastating moment husband and 7-year-old son were killed
Anna Louise Bates, from Cardiff, lost husband Stuart and 7-year-old son Fraser three years ago. Their organs were donated and saved lives that night, but she had to leave her boy at hospital still alive.
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Lewis Hamilton gets viewers talking at Sports Personality of the Year with eye-catching jacket 16 Dec 2018, 4:19pm Lewis Hamilton gets viewers talking at Sports Personality of the Year with eye-catching jacket
The Formula One star, 33, had social media talking when he stepped out on stage wearing a particularly eye-catching jacket.
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Norovirus found in fruit and vegetables in British supermarkets 16 Dec 2018, 3:48pm Norovirus found in fruit and vegetables in British supermarkets
The UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA) researchers discovered that one lettuce in every 20 contained the vomiting virus. Scientists also detected the bug in one in every 27 bags of frozen raspberries.
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Thousands march in Brussels against U.N. migration pact 16 Dec 2018, 3:18pm Updated Thousands march in Brussels against U.N. migration pact
Police said some 5,500 people marched in a protest organised by Flemish right wing parties in the part of the capital where main European Union institutions are located.
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Christmas dinner staple will be closer to pea-size this year 16 Dec 2018, 3:14pm Updated Christmas dinner staple will be closer to pea-size this year
The festive dinner plate may offer a little less than usual this year as supermarkets sell Brussels sprouts closer to the size of a pea and measuring about 15mm.
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History buff who lives in a 1930s-style home gives his property a festive makeover 16 Dec 2018, 1:52pm History buff who lives in a 1930s-style home gives his property a festive makeover
Enthusiast Aaron Whiteside from Blackpool, Lancashire has painstakingly transformed his house into a pre-war era home. And now, it is ready for Christmas - 1930's style.
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Notorious gangsters the Kray twins secretly befriended mother of Moors murder victim 16 Dec 2018, 1:19pm Notorious gangsters the Kray twins secretly befriended mother of Moors murder victim
Ronnie and Reggie Kray sent numerous notes to Ann West from HMP Maidstone. Her daughter Lesley Ann Downey was murdered by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley on Boxing Day 1964.
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MPs demand smart motorway rollout be stopped over safety fears after crashes 16 Dec 2018, 1:17pm Updated MPs demand smart motorway rollout be stopped over safety fears after crashes
Ellie Montgomery was badly injured on the M6 in Cheshire when her family vehicle broke down on an ALR section of the road. Politicians want so-called 'smart motorways' to be stopped.
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Hundreds of sausage dogs and their owners dress up in their festive finery 16 Dec 2018, 1:03pm Hundreds of sausage dogs and their owners dress up in their festive finery
Hundreds of dachshunds and their owners were seen dressed in festive clothing as they met for a Christmas walk in London's Hyde Park this morning.
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British backpacker, 24, stranded in a Thai hospital and may never walk again after breaking her neck 16 Dec 2018, 12:31pm British backpacker, 24, stranded in a Thai hospital and may never walk again after breaking her neck
Sophie Wilson, 24, from Leicestershire misjudged the depth of a swimming pool a week into her dream six month trip to the Southeast Asian country.
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British children are facing Christmas without their mother after Home Office blunder 16 Dec 2018, 12:09pm British children are facing Christmas without their mother after Home Office blunder
A Home Office blunder left mother-of-three Patcharee Peacock, 35, from New Forest, Hampshire, stunned after she was refused a visa to return to Britain.
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Activists pile more pressure on Corbyn to back a second referendum on Brexit 16 Dec 2018, 11:39am Updated Activists pile more pressure on Corbyn to back a second referendum on Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn has been reluctant to back a new referendum - insisting a general election is a better option, in line with official Labour policy.
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The Queen is set to hand the Duchess of Sussex her first royal patronages 16 Dec 2018, 11:35am Updated The Queen is set to hand the Duchess of Sussex her first royal patronages
The Duchess of Sussex will receive her first royal patronages in the new year after having recent discussions with the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
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British pump MILLIONS into cannabis products branded Mr Nice 16 Dec 2018, 11:06am Updated British pump MILLIONS into cannabis products branded Mr Nice
The Mail on Sunday can reveal that KCP is launching a range of slickly packaged products , which trade on the reputation of infamous drugs smuggler Howard Marks.
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Ice warnings in place as rain and wind subside to bring hope for the High Street  16 Dec 2018, 11:03am Updated Ice warnings in place as rain and wind subside to bring hope for the High Street 
A series of UK weather warnings expired as the morning progressed, with improved conditions expected as Sunday goes on, providing a welcome boost to high street retailers.
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£18-a-pot caviar is farmed at an old mushroom plant in deepest Yorkshire 16 Dec 2018, 10:15am £18-a-pot caviar is farmed at an old mushroom plant in deepest Yorkshire
KC Caviar, based in Garforth, Yorkshire, is producing caviar in a former mushroom farm just outside Leeds – with the £18-a-pot going on sale in Aldi this week.
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Thames Valley Police will not punish those caught with heroin and cocaine under controversial scheme 16 Dec 2018, 5:54am Thames Valley Police will not punish those caught with heroin and cocaine under controversial scheme
Instead of arresting those found carrying drugs, officers will recommend that they speak to an addiction service – but they will not face any sanction if they ignore the advice.
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Simon Thomas shares his heartache in first newspaper interview since his wife died of cancer 16 Dec 2018, 5:48am Updated Simon Thomas shares his heartache in first newspaper interview since his wife died of cancer
Simon Thomas wishes he could avoid Christmas altogether – and who could blame him? Just over a year ago, he was sat at his wife’s bedside as she lay fighting for her life with a ferocious form of cancer.
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Celebrities like Joanna Lumley sign letter demanding ban on trophy hunters importing horns and furs 16 Dec 2018, 5:44am Celebrities like Joanna Lumley sign letter demanding ban on trophy hunters importing horns and furs
Celebrities have signed an open letter urging Environment Secretary Michael Gove to halt the import of tusks, skins and fur from ‘cruel, immoral, archaic and unjustifiable’ hunting.
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Drivers face £5.50 charge to enter Europe in the event of a No Deal Brexit, new plans reveal  16 Dec 2018, 5:38am Updated Drivers face £5.50 charge to enter Europe in the event of a No Deal Brexit, new plans reveal 
British motorists could face paying £5.50 to drive in France, Spain and elsewhere in Europe under plans being drawn up for a No Deal Brexit.
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Leader of the campaign to legalise cannabis in the UK made shocking anti-Semitic remarks online 16 Dec 2018, 5:27am Updated Leader of the campaign to legalise cannabis in the UK made shocking anti-Semitic remarks online
Peter Reynolds, who heads pressure group CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform, he posted online ‘I curse the evil Jews’.
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Yulia Skripal owes her life to a passing doctor, say first police on the scene 16 Dec 2018, 3:31am Yulia Skripal owes her life to a passing doctor, say first police on the scene
Miss Skripal, who had just arrived on a visit from Russia, and her father were targeted by a Kremlin hit squad who smeared the deadly nerve agent on the door of his home on March 4.
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Prince Harry will snub traditional Royal Family Boxing Day shoot to avoid upsetting Meghan   16 Dec 2018, 3:16am Updated Prince Harry will snub traditional Royal Family Boxing Day shoot to avoid upsetting Meghan  
Meghan’s aversion to hunting is believed to have first caused issues last year, when Harry reportedly took part in a wild boar hunt in Germany.
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