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Coroner slams NHS Trust after TEN cancer patients died following experimental treatment 18 Oct 8:45pm Coroner slams NHS Trust after TEN cancer patients died following experimental treatment
Paul Miller, 62, a consultant urologist, worked at East Surrey Hospital in Redhill treated patients suffering from bladder and prostate cancer.
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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Today we must end this Brexit purgatory  18 Oct 8:34pm Updated DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Today we must end this Brexit purgatory 
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: As they look in the mirror today, MPs must ask themselves this question. Will I fight to free Britain from the constitutional quagmire it has been stuck in for three long years?
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Do the deal today, says former Remain campaign chief STUART ROSE 18 Oct 8:30pm Updated Do the deal today, says former Remain campaign chief STUART ROSE
STUART ROSE It's no secret I was a Remainer. I'm still a Remainer but I respect the democratic process. I am also a pragmatist and a realist.
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Extinction Rebellion occupy Oxford Street in latest stunt 18 Oct 8:25pm Updated Extinction Rebellion occupy Oxford Street in latest stunt
The eco-activists have set up a wooden pyramid at the junction of Oxford Street and Regent's Street, but it was a shadow of the hundreds who occupied the street in April.
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Princess Leonor of Spain, 13, joins by Queen Letizia and King Felipe at awards evening 18 Oct 7:10pm Princess Leonor of Spain, 13, joins by Queen Letizia and King Felipe at awards evening
Queen Letizia of Spain, 46, and King Felipe, 51, appeared every bit the proud parents as Princess Leonor of Spain, 13, handed out awards at an event in Oviedo this evening.
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Two tourists, including 30-year-old British man, killed in Mallorca after being mowed down 18 Oct 6:59pm Two tourists, including 30-year-old British man, killed in Mallorca after being mowed down
The horror crash took place on the Paseo Maritimo in Palma, Spain at around 4pm today and was witnessed by shocked holidaymakers. The victims were a German woman and a British man.
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Party I loved must not betray Brexit, says IAN AUSTIN who quit Labour to become an independent MP 18 Oct 5:44pm Party I loved must not betray Brexit, says IAN AUSTIN who quit Labour to become an independent MP
IAN AUSTIN: The choice facing every Labour MP today is a stark one that should have nothing to do with party politics. It is unlikely that there will be a more important parliamentary vote.
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No more delays! Emmanuel Macron warns Brussels may block any further extension 18 Oct 5:32pm No more delays! Emmanuel Macron warns Brussels may block any further extension
Emmanuel Macron on Friday night led EU leaders in warning that they might block any further Brexit extension, while Merkel is understood to have argued the EU can not push out the UK without a deal.
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Canning Town Extinction Rebellion protester is remanded in custody 18 Oct 4:44pm Updated Canning Town Extinction Rebellion protester is remanded in custody
British Transport Police moved quickly to bring charges against XR activists. Three men and two women have already  been charged over Tube protests.
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The accounts worker who was dragged off roof Tube train by furious commuters 18 Oct 4:10pm Updated The accounts worker who was dragged off roof Tube train by furious commuters
James Mee, 35, was part of a gang including a Buddhist teacher, a grandfather and a vicar who brought chaos to three stations east of the capital: Canning Town, Shadwell and Stratford.
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Teacher did not tell education chiefs her teacher husband was having affair with pupil 18 Oct 1:11pm Teacher did not tell education chiefs her teacher husband was having affair with pupil
Jane and Bryan Schalch, aged 39 and 42, were both teachers at a prestigious independent school in Warwick when Mr Schalch began an affair with the teenager.
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Emmanuel Macron opposes Brexit extension but Angela Merkel open 18 Oct 12:52pm Updated Emmanuel Macron opposes Brexit extension but Angela Merkel open
He insisted that the UK's withdrawal on Halloween 'should be respected' now that a deal has been agreed with the EU. booting Mr Johnson ahead of a vote on the agreement on Saturday.
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Police launch probe after human bones found at site of former care home 18 Oct 11:30am Updated Police launch probe after human bones found at site of former care home
The bones were found at the site of Catherine Dalley House, Melton Mowbray, which was once a home for elderly but is now being torn down to make way for housing.
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Early start for England rugby fans as bars open at 7am 18 Oct 11:23am Early start for England rugby fans as bars open at 7am
Hundreds of bars across the country will be opening early for England's crunch Rugby World Cup quarter final against Australia which kicks off at 8.15am.
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Chaos for London commuters for the second day running as the Jubilee Line is shut down 18 Oct 11:12am Chaos for London commuters for the second day running as the Jubilee Line is shut down
London commuters faced more chaos today as the Jubilee Line was shut down due to 'temporary unavailability of trains' - a day after Extinction Rebellion protesters
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Unborn baby girl who was overdue by three weeks strangled to death by umbilical cord 18 Oct 10:42am Updated Unborn baby girl who was overdue by three weeks strangled to death by umbilical cord
Georgina Hardy, 26, and her boyfriend, Dave Squire, 26, from Clacton-on-Sea, were told their daughter, Rosie Melanie Joyce Squire, grew too big in the womb.
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Police charge five Extinction Rebellion activists including 83-year-old grandfather 18 Oct 10:11am Police charge five Extinction Rebellion activists including 83-year-old grandfather
British Transport Police moved quickly to bring charges against XR activists. Three men and two women have already  been charged over Tube protests.
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Thunderstorms and 50mph winds are set to tear through the UK today with an inch of rain 18 Oct 9:59am Thunderstorms and 50mph winds are set to tear through the UK today with an inch of rain
Thunderstorms and winds of up to 50pmh are making their way across the UK today and tonight. The autumnal weather will see lightning strike right across southern England, before moving across to Wales.
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Police Scotland prank their Met colleagues by plastering STICKERS onto their vans 18 Oct 9:34am Updated Police Scotland prank their Met colleagues by plastering STICKERS onto their vans
Scottish officers have stuck hundreds of 'Keeping London Safe' stickers to Metropolitan Police vehicles that include the phrase 'Lovely Jubbly' - a nod to Del Boy in Only Fools and Horses.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton leave Lahore 18 Oct 8:37am Updated Prince William and Kate Middleton leave Lahore
Kate wore a black flora coat from Beulah London as she and William had a tour around the facility, where British servicemen help their Pakistani counterparts train the animals.
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Exam boards facing huge fines over sloppy marking 18 Oct 8:28am Updated Exam boards facing huge fines over sloppy marking
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson warned exam bosses he is willing to give Ofqual 'more powers' to fine after one of Britain's biggest exam boards ordered to pay £1m in fines and compensation.
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Mother vows to never have children again after her epidural wore off midway through her C-section 18 Oct 8:27am Mother vows to never have children again after her epidural wore off midway through her C-section
Jodie Marsden, 27, from West Yorkshire, had an emergency C-section on after two days of labour, and despite having an epidural, she said she could feel medics 'pulling her stomach apart'.
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James Middleton and his new fiancée Alizee Thevenet make first public appearance since engagement 18 Oct 4:27am Updated James Middleton and his new fiancée Alizee Thevenet make first public appearance since engagement
James Middleton, 32, was seen in public for the first time since announcing his engagement to fiancée Alizee Thevenet, 36, as the loved-up couple stepped out for a date night in London.
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Jeremy Corbyn has behaved like a spiv trying to welch on a bet, says SIR ROBBIE GIBB  18 Oct 3:24am Updated Jeremy Corbyn has behaved like a spiv trying to welch on a bet, says SIR ROBBIE GIBB 
SIR ROBBIE GIBB: Before the Prime Minister's new Brexit deal was published yesterday, the Labour leader definitively declared that he couldn't support it. There are two possible explanations for this.
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Londoners fed up of XR take matters into their own hands 18 Oct 3:09am Updated Londoners fed up of XR take matters into their own hands
Enough is enough. Following a long, hot summer of delays and travel frustrations caused by XR and their protesters, fed-up Londoners yesterday took matters into their own hands.
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Export of Viagra alternative banned as shortage hits UK so alprostadil can be used for cancer 18 Oct 2:34am Updated Export of Viagra alternative banned as shortage hits UK so alprostadil can be used for cancer
Worsening UK shortages mean drugs in short supply will have to be given to NHS patients, rather than shipped abroad for higher profit. Yesterday exporting alprostadil was banned.
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Mother reveals how her son broke out in a rash then suffered SEIZURES 18 Oct 2:32am Updated Mother reveals how her son broke out in a rash then suffered SEIZURES
EXCLUSIVE After reading scare stories online, Sophie Dale was struggling to decide whether to get her baby son Levi vaccinated. In the end, the young mother had no choice.
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PM does deal - now for 36 hours of frenetic phonecalls and promises to get it through the Commons 18 Oct 2:24am Updated PM does deal - now for 36 hours of frenetic phonecalls and promises to get it through the Commons
The Prime Minister faces a knife-edge Commons vote on what has been dubbed 'Super Saturday' as he attempts to get a majority for his agreement without the support of the Democratic Unionist Party.
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A hospital where one shower a MONTH was the norm and carers who could hardly care less 18 Oct 2:02am Updated A hospital where one shower a MONTH was the norm and carers who could hardly care less
Janet Appleyard, 81, suffered a stroke on May 15 after collapsing at the bus stop on her way to dancing. On the ward of Hull Royal Infirmary she withered in distress at her paralysed left side.
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