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Axed Jeremy Kyle could get £3m pay-off 15 May 9:52pm Updated Axed Jeremy Kyle could get £3m pay-off
Jeremy Kyle, pictured, registered Hales Media Limited on Tuesday along with his 35-year-old nanny-turned-fiancee Victoria Burton, who has been given a stake.
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Outrage after school shooting drill involves teacher donning Arab-style keffiyeh 15 May 9:52pm Updated Outrage after school shooting drill involves teacher donning Arab-style keffiyeh
The controversy was stirred when video clips emerged this week of the staff-only training drill that took place in western Pennsylvania's Penn-Trafford School District on January 21.
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Government REJECTS proposals for an official definition of Islamophobia 15 May 8:58pm Updated Government REJECTS proposals for an official definition of Islamophobia
Home Secretary Sajid Javid, pictured, has been warned that tightening the definition of Islamophobia could hit police anti-terror operations while stifling the freedom of the press.
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Police recall chaos of London Bridge terror attacks 15 May 8:49pm Updated Police recall chaos of London Bridge terror attacks
PC Mia Kerr came across two members of the public trying to save a badly wounded victim in a courtyard. The young officer drew her baton and guarded the courtyard’s entrances.
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New dawn in cancer war: Scientists to develop revolutionary drugs to stop resistant tumours 15 May 8:46pm Updated New dawn in cancer war: Scientists to develop revolutionary drugs to stop resistant tumours
Christine O’Connell was nearing five years in remission for breast cancer when she suffered a seizure while cycling in London last February. Now she is being treated with the new generation drugs.
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Home Secretary Sajid Javid calls for tax reforms to cut red tape 15 May 8:40pm Updated Home Secretary Sajid Javid calls for tax reforms to cut red tape
Mr Javid, pictured will tell the Centre for Policy studies the government should slash red tape to support small businesses which he described as 'the engine of the British economy'.
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Devon fish merchant holds aloft his latest beast... an octopus with gigantic 10ft tentacles  15 May 8:37pm Updated Devon fish merchant holds aloft his latest beast... an octopus with gigantic 10ft tentacles 
Josh Perkes, from Brixham, Devon, caught a huge octopus with tentacles that span 10ft. He has previously caught and sold on an 80-year-old Turbot weighing in at 33lb, and a massive Monkfish.
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ALISON BOSHOFF on where Jeremy Kyle has lavished his TV millions  15 May 8:22pm ALISON BOSHOFF on where Jeremy Kyle has lavished his TV millions 
Jeremy Kyle was paid almost £39,000 a week thanks to his £2m a year golden handcuffs deal with ITV which has helped him finance a life of luxury, writes ALISON BOSHOFF.
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Musicians play instruments made out of ICE in concert at -12C to highlight threat of global warming  15 May 8:02pm Musicians play instruments made out of ICE in concert at -12C to highlight threat of global warming 
Other than smashing the remarkable feat of staging an ice gig in the bitter -12C Norwegian chill, the group, who teamed up with Greenpeace, also aimed to send a powerful ecological warning.
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Roger Daltrey, 74, goes potty at fans smoking cannabis at The Who gig in New York  15 May 7:19pm Roger Daltrey, 74, goes potty at fans smoking cannabis at The Who gig in New York 
During a break between songs, the 74-year-old singer Roger Daltrey, pictured, lost his cool with fans puffing away at the band’s Madison Square Gardens gig in New York.
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An obese woman who weighs 40 stone goes through terrible amount of pain to finally leave her bed  15 May 7:03pm An obese woman who weighs 40 stone goes through terrible amount of pain to finally leave her bed 
Denise Eccleston, 58, from the West Midlands, hadn't left the house for seven years and only manage to sit in the living-room with her husband once before she died - after carers hoisted her out of bed.
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English Democrats raise £58,000 for Brexit court battle 15 May 6:48pm English Democrats raise £58,000 for Brexit court battle
English Democrats leader Robin Tilbrook (pictured) said his movement had raised £58,000 to continue the High Court claim and enjoyed an 'upsurge of people joining our party'.
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Brave German Shepherd Bella is given a bionic FACE after her skull was shattered 15 May 6:39pm Brave German Shepherd Bella is given a bionic FACE after her skull was shattered
Adorable puppy Bella (pictured with owner, Maria Williams) was just nine months old when she was hit by the bike, running across the road near her home in Derbyshire, last October.
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EU rejects trademark for a drink called Brexit – saying the word is ‘offensive’  15 May 6:31pm EU rejects trademark for a drink called Brexit – saying the word is ‘offensive’ 
Entrepreneurs Pawel Tumilowicz and Mariusz Majchrzak launched their energy drink in 2016 but have failed to trademark it across Europe with the European Union Intellectual Property Office.
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Marine Le Pen claims to have been tricked into preforming white-power salute 15 May 5:41pm Marine Le Pen claims to have been tricked into preforming white-power salute
Ms Le Pen, the runner-up in France's 2017 presidential race, was pictured making a circle with her left thumb and index finger in a sign which has been used by white supremacists.
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Electrician who lost his passport is stunned after teenager confesses to using it to get into clubs 15 May 2:16pm Updated Electrician who lost his passport is stunned after teenager confesses to using it to get into clubs
Joe Hunter, from West Yorkshire, has gone viral on social media after sharing the playful message from Sam Cole, 18, who confessed the ID had been passed around to his friends.
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UK WEATHER North of England and Scotland get 25C heat while Corsica gets snow 15 May 2:11pm UK WEATHER North of England and Scotland get 25C heat while Corsica gets snow
Scotland has already had its hottest day of the year with the mercury hitting 77F (25.2C) this afternoon, while large parts of northern England enjoy warmer-than-usual temperatures.
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British holidaymaker arrives in Amsterdam to find Airbnb home is a shipping container 15 May 1:37pm Updated British holidaymaker arrives in Amsterdam to find Airbnb home is a shipping container
Ben Speller, from London, received quite the shock after arriving for his one-night stay in Amsterdam to find a shipping container set up on the roadside (pictured), with just three mattresses inside.
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Church warden allegedly gaslit elderly lecturer 15 May 1:15pm Updated Church warden allegedly gaslit elderly lecturer
Benjamin Field, 28, is accused of murdering Peter Farquhar, 69, and planning to kill his elderly neighbour Ann Moore-Martin, 83, following a sustained campaign of 'gaslighting'.
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The Jeremy Kyle Show is AXED PERMANENTLY after death of Steven Dymond 15 May 12:10pm Updated The Jeremy Kyle Show is AXED PERMANENTLY after death of Steven Dymond
MPs have today launched a probe into reality television following the death of Jeremy Kyle Show guest Steve Dymond, 63, whose body was found at his flat in Portsmouth on May 9.
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Meghan Markle sent a  touching apology for not being at her 20-year high school reunion 15 May 11:13am Meghan Markle sent a  touching apology for not being at her 20-year high school reunion
Markle, 37, sent a letter in a Kensington Palace letter to her fellow alumnae of Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles as other members of the class of 1999 celebrated 20 years since graduating.
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Scots accuse Aldi of cultural appropriation 15 May 10:59am Updated Scots accuse Aldi of cultural appropriation
The supermarket giant has sparked outrage after launching its new 'sausedge' - which looks remarkably similar to the popular Scots Lorne sausage.
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Shocking dashcam footage shows motorist running over policewoman 15 May 10:40am Updated Shocking dashcam footage shows motorist running over policewoman
James Turner was jailed for two years at Ipswich Crown Court after he reversed over PC Amy Macaulay when she pulled him over while he was driving a stolen Nissan Juke Acenta.
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Norwegian tourist, 24, dies of rabies after rescuing a street puppy on a Philippine holiday 15 May 10:39am Updated Norwegian tourist, 24, dies of rabies after rescuing a street puppy on a Philippine holiday
Birgitte Kallestad died on Monday, two months after rescuing a street dog while travelling in the Philippines. She sustained minor bites while playing with the dog but was not vaccinated for rabies.
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Man 80 arrested on suspicion of murder after death of elderly wife 78 Pennant West Wales 15 May 10:16am Updated Man 80 arrested on suspicion of murder after death of elderly wife 78 Pennant West Wales
Frank Long, 80, was arrested after the body of his wife Mavis, 78, was discovered at their bungalow (pictured) in Pennant, West Wales last Friday.
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Perverted GP who molested 15 female patients over 24 years faces jail 15 May 9:37am Updated Perverted GP who molested 15 female patients over 24 years faces jail
Alan Tutin, 71, groped 15 women and girls as young as 12 at the Merrow Park Practice in Guildford, Surrey, between 1980 and late 2004 and will be sentenced on Friday at the Old Bailey.
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Eating together is ‘as vital as sex’ for a relationship, report finds  15 May 9:28am Updated Eating together is ‘as vital as sex’ for a relationship, report finds 
The report by the UK-based Marriage Foundation found more couples who eat together say they are happy with each other than those who routinely eat apart.
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Mother reveals heartbreak of carrying triplets knowing one has died 15 May 9:13am Mother reveals heartbreak of carrying triplets knowing one has died
Kirsty Alexander, 33, and her husband John, 39, both from Kent, were devastated when they found out one of their triplets had died while Kirsty was pregnant. She called the baby Dotty
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Shocking moment delivery driver spits at pedestrian who then punches him through window 15 May 8:21am Shocking moment delivery driver spits at pedestrian who then punches him through window
In alarming footage taken at the weekend, the pedestrian and van driver argue as the vehicle moves slowly through a street in Ealing, west London. But just moments later, violence ensues.
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Online retailers tighten returns policies for serial returners who wear clothes and send back 15 May 8:09am Online retailers tighten returns policies for serial returners who wear clothes and send back
A survey by Barclaycard found that 20 per cent of online stores based in the UK have tightened their returns policy in the past 12 months and another 19 per cent plan to do so.
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A40 plane crash heroes tell of dramatic moment they saved three passengers with just MINUTES 15 May 7:37am A40 plane crash heroes tell of dramatic moment they saved three passengers with just MINUTES
Daniel Nicholson and Joel Snarr (pictured) had been driving in separate vehicles on the A40 in Abergavenny when they saw a plane crashing into a busy road.
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Elderly driver reverses car smashes through railings and onto beach in Colwyn Bay Beach 15 May 7:14am Elderly driver reverses car smashes through railings and onto beach in Colwyn Bay Beach
Emergency services were scrambled to Colwyn Bay Beach in north Wales at 5pm yesterday after the silver Toyota shot through the Rhos-on-Sea promenade.
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Extremist who left terror propaganda in shoes of Muslim worshippers is jailed 15 May 4:31am Extremist who left terror propaganda in shoes of Muslim worshippers is jailed
During Ramadan in May and June last year Omar Ashfaq, 24, travelled to mosques in Luton, Derby, Loughborough, Coventry and Birmingham to leave extremist and violent material.
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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Melvyn Bragg marries for the third time aged 80 15 May 4:24am Updated SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Melvyn Bragg marries for the third time aged 80
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: The ceremony will take place in his native Cumbria this autumn to coincide with his 80th birthday.
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Wildlife guide suffers cuts to his face after yobs on a speedboat 15 May 2:59am Wildlife guide suffers cuts to his face after yobs on a speedboat
The incident was filmed by the victim, Daniel Petrescu, on Lake Trei Lezere on the Danube Delta in eastern Romania.
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