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Yob caught on CCTV snapping trees planted in war memorial (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Jordan West, 27, appeared in Leicester Magistrate's Court and pleaded guilty to the offence of criminal damage. The trees have been in place since the First World War.
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Suspect, 23, accused of killing children in house blaze (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Zack Bolland was arrested in the street last night after police dragged him from his car as a crowd screamed abuse and called him a 'dead man walking'.
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Baby born with her heart growing outside of her chest (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Vanellope Hope Wilkins was due to be delivered on Christmas Eve before a rare condition meant she had to be born prematurely by c-section in November at Leicester's Glenfield Hospital.
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UK weather: Britain to be battered by 50mph gales (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Dozens of schools will remain shut for a third day as slightly warmer temperatures bring gale-force winds and heavy rain instead of snow.
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Doug Jones beats Roy Moore to win Alabama Senate race (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The Associated Press called the Alabama Senate race for Democrat Doug Jones, making him the first Democrat to win a Senate seat in the state in 31 years.
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Mariah Carey beats the Pogues for most popular Xmas song (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
A nine-year statistical analysis, taking in charts and streaming, has revealed Mariah Carey is in fact the most popular with her song All I Want for Christmas is You.
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Moment Queen and Reagan discuss Western economics in 1991 (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Reagan had been invited aboard Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia, also known as the Royal Yacht Britannia, for a function with the Queen in 1991.
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Kim vows to make North Korea 'strongest nuclear power' (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
North korea has rattled the international community with a flurry of missile launches and its largest ever nuclear test in recent months in its bid to develop a warhead capable of striking the US.
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Netflix user binge-watched The Office non-stop in a week  (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Redditor King_Salamander has revealed Netflix contacted them to see if they were okay after they binge watched The Office in a week while suffering from depression.
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Spotted Pig restaurateur Ken Friedman had a 'rape room' (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
In a New York Times expose, former employees who worked for Friedman at his hugely successful West Village eatery The Spotted Pig claim that they were groped and even forcefully kissed.
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Uber set to be banned in York (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
It comes just months after the company was stripped of its permit in the capital by Transport for London which claimed the global taxi app was not 'fit and proper'.
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Do you hate cilantro? The answer may be in your DNA (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The new video from ACS Reactions explores the so-called ‘cilantroversy’ that causes people to be so divided on the common herb. Scientists say it may be because of a genetic variation.
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Cecil Parkinson's daughter is found dead at 57 in London (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Mary Parkinson was well-educated, well-groomed, attractive and well connected, writes RICHARD KAY. Friends say her death was being treated as a case of suicide.
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Nearly 10% of planet's wilderness lost since early 1990s (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The maps show that the majority of remaining wilderness is in the deserts of Central Australia, the Amazon rainforest, the Tibetan plateau, and the forests of Canada and Russia.
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Ecuador toddler's prank goes wrong as she falls into pool (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
A little girl can't resist the temptation of propelling her father, who was crouched by the water in Ecuador, face-first into the pool. But the cheeky tot falls in straight after him.
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Quentin Letts sees an Urgent Question from Labour (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Harriet Harman asked Speaker Bercow to permit an Urgent Question on the resignation of Lord Kerslake meaning the parliamentary day was extended by an hour.
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Man says Chloe Ayling kidnap plot was 'fabricated'  (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Lukasz Herba is due to attend court on Wednesday for allegedly taking Miss Ayling, from Coulsdon, south London, and holding her captive in Italy - but claims the kidnap plot was 'fabricated'.
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Why it's so bad to drink 12 Diet Cokes a day like Trump  (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Diet soda - in reasonable amounts - has been linked to elevated risks for dementia, heart disease, diabetes, disrupted gut flora and more, so drinking 12 cans of Diet Coke a day could really wreak havoc.
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Bristol Uni says smokers less attractive to opposite sex (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
A group of 500 people were asked to pick the more attractive twin out of a smoker and a non-smoker by academics from Bristol University.
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Women find height and strength most attractive in men (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
A group of 160 women were asked to rank shirtless men and give them an attractiveness rating by the Griffith University in Queensland, Australia.
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Russian cadets attend the International Kremlin Ball (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Russia's soldiers of tomorrow swapped the parade ground for the ballroom as they attended the opulent International Kremlin Cadet Ball in Moscow's Gostiny Dvor.
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Everence company turns loved ones' DNA into tattoo ink (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Everence is a powdery substance created from cheek swabs, cremated remains and other material that can then be mixed with ink by tattoo artists.
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Stark satellite picture shows blanket of snow in Scotland (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The image was taken from NASA's Terra Satellite Earth Observing System which is the size of a minibus. The system travels north to south on the daylight side of the Earth.
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Ban foreign investors from snapping up new homes, says MP (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Croydon South MP Chris Philp highlighted a development at Baltimore Wharf (pictured), in London’s Docklands, where 87 per cent of 2,999 apartments were sold abroad.
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Afghan interpreters who helped British troops let in to UK (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Under current rules, Afghan interpreters who risked their lives for UK troops on the frontline can only come to Britain if they were employed on an arbitrary date of 19 December 2012.
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Lottery firm's profits more than double to £71million (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Official auditors found profits at Camelot rose from £39million to £71million from 2009-10 to 2016-17 – up 122 per cent.
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Katie Price thanks fans after breaking down on TV (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The 39-year-old TV personality shared a snap of herself promoting handbags as she thanked fans for their support after she had to be escorted off Loose Women when she broke down in tears.
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Feminist kicked out of Labour Christmas party (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Venice Allan, from Lewisham, south London, has been campaigning for a more detailed debate on Theresa May's plan to allow a person to decide their gender.
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Why you have to pay insurance if your car's written off? (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
When Ray Henry came down from his flat one Sunday morning in May to find a massive dent running along the side of his beloved Volvo, he feared the worst.
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Mark Hamill pays tribute to Carrie Fisher at premiere (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Mark Hamill has paid an emotional tribute to his late co-star Carrie Fisher, almost one year on from her sudden death aged 60.
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Princes William and Harry Star Wars cameo revealed (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The secret part of Prince William and Harry could have already been narrowed down to a short sequence in the Star Wars: Last Jedi film, because of their towering height.
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Jean-Claude Junker’s officials in phone tapping probe (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
A judge has ordered a new investigation into whether Jean-Claude Juncker’s officials misled Luxembourg’s judiciary over phone tapping.
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To stop Trump's UK visit would be an act of self-harm (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Many of Donald Trump’s opinions are objectionable but the fact is that he is President of the country that is Britain’s greatest ally, writes ALEX BRUMMER.
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The winner of the best Christmas advert is revealed (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
British data firm 4C analysed millions of social media posts revealed this year's top 10 most talked-about TV adverts - as well as those most liked by viewers.
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Premier League club ‘bullied director into resigning’  (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Steve Penny, 62, is claiming unfair dismissal on the grounds of ageism from Swansea City after an American consortium launched a £100m takeover.
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Perfect excuse to demand a designer handbag for Christmas (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Women of the world, prepare to swoon! Feast your eyes on some of the 200 most lust-inducing bags in the world — all sold yesterday at the fashion auction of the year.
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Brighton school bans high street-bought coats (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Pupils at Patcham High School in Brighton are walking to school in the freezing cold and rain after being banned from buying high street coats in favor of a range of school-approved jackets.
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Fibre-optic cables could cut traffic on busy motorways (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Fibre optic cables could be laid along England’s busiest motorways to beam live travel information to car dashboards in the future.
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Millions of plastic fibres produced by single clothes wash (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Experts say up to 300 fibres per litre escape in the waste water from washing machines and that synthetic clothing is 16 times more damaging for the environment than microbeads.
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'Chilling' vote on Press freedom to be held today (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Proposals which could let criminals, rogue business leaders and corrupt politicians escape being exposed will be voted on in the House of Lords today in a fresh assault on Press freedom.
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Ceres' bright spots could be sign of geologic activity (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
NASA study found that the bright spots can be divided in four categories, offering evidence that the dwarf planet may not be a ‘dead world’ after all; instead, it could be geologically active.
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Queen cheered by crowds after leaving London's The Goring (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Her Majesty, 91, was spotted leaving The Goring Hotel in London's Belgravia to cries of 'We Love You Ma'am the Queen!' as she greeted passersby with a grin and a wave.
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Goggleboxer Giles's battle over Rothschilds' luxury barn (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Artist Giles has accused the financier and his wife, Serena, of planning to build an ‘inappropriate’ luxury barn conversion down the road from his and Mary’s thatched cottage in Huish, Wiltshire.
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Laws to protect MPs from abuse should be toughened up (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
MPs received such a barrage of abuse and violent threats that some resorted to installing panic alarms in their offices, the Committee on Standards in Public life found.
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Daisy Ridley wows at Star Wars: The Last Jedi UK premiere  (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The Force arrived in London on Tuesday night at the out-of-this world UK premiere of hotly anticipated film Star Wars: The Last Jedi
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Living by a gym makes you more likely to be slim (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Those that live near to a gym and further away from a takeaway are more likely to be slim according to a study. The study which tracked 400,000 people found convenience is key to keeping in shape.
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Why scientists say Oumuamua could be an alien spaceship (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Scientists led by Stephen Hawking are using scanners to discover if a huge, cigar-shaped space object hurtling through our solar system was sent by an alien civilisation, writes JOHN NAISH.
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Civitas: Soft justice sees just one in three thugs jailed (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
In figures that will raise concerns about ‘soft justice’, almost 25,000 violent thugs in England and Wales were spared prison last year.
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EU could halt Brexit talks over divorce deal in law (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has warned that the bloc would 'not accept any backtracking' on the package that was painstakingly assembled by Theresa May in Brussels last week.
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Transport Focus: tickets sold for trains that won't run (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
An inquiry has been launched into the sale of train tickets after a watchdog warned that passengers may have been 'misled' over festive travel.
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Theresa May faces defeat on her flagship Brexit laws (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Senior Tory Dominic Grieve (pictured) today vowed to force through his amendment writing the need for a 'meaningful vote' into the EU withdrawal laws tomorrow night.
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Warburtons apologises after using fetish hashtag (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The competition, endorsed by McFly band member Tom Fletcher, encouraged customers to post pictures of their teatime snacks on social media with the hashtag #crumpetcreations.
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Grenfell Tower fire expert faces calls to stand down (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Lawyers said Steve McGuirk was ‘compromised’ by his time as a former chief fire officer, when he and others advised the Government on crucial safety issues due to be considered.
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Double fuel disaster to add 3p to a litre of petrol (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The North Sea’s most important oil and gas pipeline – carrying 40 per cent of mainland Britain’s crude oil from the North Sea – had to be shut down after cracks were found.
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Clarke Carlisle celebrates arrival of his fourth child (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Former Burnley defender Carlisle, 38, and his wife Carrie announced the birth of their daughter, three months early, today.
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Student died after walking home in Norfolk (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Ian Tang, 20, was wearing only jeans and a T-shirt when he left Club KA in North Walsham, Norfolk, between 2.30am and 3am and went missing - but police have now said they have found a body.
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Lord Lawson demands PM ends 'demeaning' Brexit talks (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Tory grandee Lord Lawson launched a furious attack on the PM saying she had put the country in an 'humiliating' position by begging the EU for a trade deal.
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Manchester woman left feeling 'like monster' after attack (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Joshua Rossbottom, 30, from Manchester, was drunk when he launched the horrifying attack on his partner which left her needing hospital treatment for bruises and two black eyes (pictured).
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Astronomers name new constellations Harry Potter and Bolt  (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Instead of difficult Latin names like Canis Major and Ursa Minor, a Birmingham team has now drawn up new constellations called Paddington, Bolt and Potter.
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Cases of meningitis W have rocketed by 922% in eight years (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Shirali Patel, who achieved A* grades at Harrow, was forced to restart her medicine degree at Cambridge University after spending three months in hospital with meningitis W.
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Youlgrave master baker creates a 6ft-high nativity scene (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Mother-of-two Lynn Nolan from Derbyshire spent six months and £850 worth of ingredients baking the fruitcake using 50 kg of icing, 50 kg of marzipan, 240 eggs and four litres of whiskey.
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New Chewbacca is unmasked at Star Wars Last Jedi premiere (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The 6ft 9in actor walked the red carpet with gorgeous partner Milla Pohjasvaara on Tuesday night, as his second Star Wars film The Last Jedi premiered in London.
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New tax could cause 40,000 ATMs to close in rural areas (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The taxman is planning a levy on cash machines that could lead to thousands being closed in rural locations.
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Can you pass this 'impossible' Playbuzz spelling test? (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
A tricky new quiz shared by Playbuzz, which was designed for high school students, puts your spelling abilities to the test with 19 sentences - each missing a commonly misspelled word.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the best by a distance (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
As the Star Wars behemoth lumbers on, cynics might be forgiven for raising an eyebrow at the number of sequels, prequels and spin-offs that continue to make their way here.
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Children coaxed into gambling through 'skin betting' (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The UK Gambling Commission, based in Birmingham, has said it is 'alarmed' at the new ways that young peoples and children are finding to gamble.
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World leaders meet bosses to raise funds for green energy (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
There was a bullish mood at the talks, with Arnold Schwarzenegger saying it did not matter that Donald Trump had backed out of the Paris climate accord because it still commands widespread support.
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Watchdog says VC pay should be linked to university size (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Nicola Dandridge, chief executive of the Office for Students (OfS), has told MPs that universities which have ‘less responsibilities’ should be paying their bosses more modestly.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi is lauded by critics (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
However, with an 152-minute running time, other critics were quick to bemoan its length, which they claim caused the plot to become 'muddled' and 'confused'.
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William and Harry attend Star Wars premiere in London (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The dapper royals, who have a cameo in the latest instalment, rubbed shoulders with members of the film's cast and crew before the screening, which will take place at the Royal Albert Hall.
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Primary school heads told to 'celebrate' trans issues (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Guidance from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) says ‘trans perspectives’ must be visible in the classroom to combat prejudice among pupils.
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Carol Burnett calls for an end to animal abuse in circuses (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Comedian Carol Burnett made an emotional statement asking for an end to elephant abuse, in a video released by PETA. The 84-year-old tells the story of Nosey, a performing elephant.
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Dementia victims stranded in hospital this Christmas (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Karen Moore, 40, from Hebden Bridge, lost her father, Edward Knowles, who suffered from dementia, after he was stranded in hospital for six months.
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ONS: One of 11 mothers is now a stay-at-home mum (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Here, we speak to 11 mums, from Ely, Cambridgeshire, who all have children at the same primary school. In a reflection of the national picture, only one of them is not working.
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Bake Off judge Prue Leith freezes turkey before Christmas (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Prue Leith unwittingly left fans hotly debating an old chestnut today. For the Great British Bake Off judge advised home cooks to stuff and freeze their turkey in advance
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Baby tortoise hatches from its egg in San Antonio (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The amazing footage shows the baby, also known as a 'hatchling' break enter the world for the first time.The video was shot in San Antonio, and gained 45,000 views on Facebook.
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Why that Christmas voucher might be worthless by June (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The Government says vouchers should never be sold with an expiry date of less than two years — and has urged the entire industry to set this as a new minimum.
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Irish Ryanair pilots threaten travel chaos with strike (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Irish Ryanair pilots have announced they will go on strike on 20 December, potentially causing travel chaos just five days before Christmas. Eighty-four pilots out of 300 based at Dublin airport will strike.
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ASK TONY:  Switching to a new O2 tariff made my bill soar (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
I was paying mobile phone network provider O2 £19 a month for a contract, which included unlimited minutes. I was told I could reduce the cost to £17 a month for 1,000 minutes.
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Warning over £260 fee to find mortgage errors (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
The Advertising Standards Authority said last month that Easeyourmortgage.co.uk 'did not make it sufficiently clear that [its claims] were based on a theoretical possibility only'.
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Fulham FC plugs ultra high-risk investments (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Second-division Fulham this month signed a sponsorship deal with ICM Capital, which offers risky investments called contracts for difference (CFDs).
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DAN HYDE: Banks must start tracking down fraudsters (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Banks have been fobbing off fraud victims with the same old excuse for years. By the time someone realises their account has been raided their bank says it's too late to recover the money.
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No excuse for Banks to fob off fraud victims - minister (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Security minister Ben Wallace says technology already exists to track down stolen cash and return it to victims. The computer program banks need is understood to be going through final tests.
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So which firm drove you up the wall in 2017? (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
If you've been let down by a telecom firm, passed from pillar to post by your power supplier or left brimming with rage by a bank, this is your chance to get your own back.
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Boost monthly income with NS&I Guaranteed Income Bonds (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Its one-year rate at 1.45 per cent is attractive compared with big banks and building societies — although you can do better with newer banks. The NS&I bonds are also only on sale online.
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Small banks trump rivals for Isa rates (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Last week, Virgin Money upped the rate it pays on its one-year fixed-rate cash Isa to 1.41 per cent for new savers. Aldermore quickly followed, pushing its rate up to 1.35 per cent.
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Disney to announce Fox purchase by end of the week (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Disney would acquire 'networks including FX and National Geographic, and international assets including Star India’s TV channels and a 39 percent stake in European satellite provider Sky Plc'.
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Lorry driver accused of watching porn before crash on M69 (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Felix Gillon is alleged to have been watching porn when he smashed into Kerry Pemberton's broken down lorry on the M69 in Leicestershire. A court heard he threw his phone away after the smash.
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Birmingham police officer is stabbed in the neck and chest (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
A 48-year-old man has been arrested after a police officer was stabbed in the neck and chest in Birmingham. The 26-year-old victim had been deployed with a team of officers to raid a house.
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Birmingham jewellery heist gang jailed for 46 years (Wed, 13 Dec 2017)
Dramatic CCTV footage captured the moment the masked robbers stormed into a jewellery store in Birmingham before one of the attacked a staff member with a hammer. They have been jailed.
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How to make it easier to leave your bed in the mornings (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Dr Siobhan Banks and Crystal Grant, a PhD student, who are both based at the University of South Australia, claim that getting a good sleep can be 'tough'.
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Tinder tests feed showing what match posts to social media (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The new 'Feed' tab shows all of their posts on Instagram, recent photos uploaded to Tinder and even what they are listening to on Spotify.
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Twitter launches 'tweetstorm' threads feature (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The new feature will allow users to compose a series of separate Tweets using a new 'plus' button. The firm is rolling out these updates to everyone on iOS, Android, and Twitter.com 'in the coming weeks'.
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Keaton Jones mother says Confederate flag photo is ironic  (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
'I feel like anybody who wants to take the time to ask anybody who I am or even troll through some other pictures, I mean I feel like we're not racist,' said Kimberly Jones on Tuesday.
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'Son of Sam' NYC killer hospitalized for heart surgery (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
New York state prison officials say Tuesday that 64-year-old David Berkowitz was transferred to a hospital from the upstate maximum-security prison where he is serving a life sentence.
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Fox Rosie and dog Maddy play together in North Wales snow (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Rosie the fox and Maddy the terrier are old friends who play together daily – so it’s only natural for them to make the most of the frosty weather together.
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Instagram photos of kids who clearly dressed themselves  (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Parents shared photos of their kids' outfits after they dressed themselves and the results are hilarious. From a little boy wearing swim goggles to a little girl wearing vampire fangs, these photos are so funny.
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Femail shares the worst prom dress fails posted online (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
If a deal seams to good to be true, it probably is. Teens have shared pictures of their regretful prom dress purchases, which look nothing like the pictures.
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London Charing Cross station is evacuated after fire alarm (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The incident unfolded shortly before 9pm when a fire alarm was heard through the station, with officials failing to tell passengers why they were ordered to leave.
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Birth control can lower cancer risk as well (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
A recent study found that birth control was linked to an increased risk of breast cancer. But a doctor from Brigham & Women's Hospital explains why the benefits can outweigh the risks.
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Winconsin dad shares pregnancy photos after giving birth (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Kaci Sullivan, 30, from Wisconsin, shared pregnancy photos with DailyMailTV after giving birth to baby Phoenix via C-section November 11. It marks his first pregnancy since his transition.
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South Korea conducts anti-terror drills ahead of Olympics (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Police and firemen were among around 420 personnel participating in the exercise, held in front of the Olympic Stadium at Pyeongchang, just 80km from the heavily fortified border with North Korea.
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British father dies after falling from high rise in Brazil (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The body of the 29-year-old husband was found on Tuesday morning and a friend with him in Brazil told police they had visited brothels and invited prostitutes back to their apartment.
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Corbyn posed with activist who held anti-Semitic views (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The Labour leader attended the launch of the Labour Muslim Network whose executive includes Ali Milani, who has previously said Israel has 'no right to exist'.
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YouTubers try horrific Victoria's Secret model diet  (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Youtubers, Michelle Khare and Candace Lowry, tried the 2017 Victoria's Secret model diet for a week and documented it in a hilarious new video. Salt and dairy weren't allowed.
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Democratic women call Trump a slut-shamer over tweets (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Elizabeth Warren accused Trump of slut-shaming Kirsten Gillibrand after he assailed the Democratic senator as a 'lightweight' and said she 'would do anything' for donations.
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Man shot crossbow at estranged wife's lover in Somerset (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Harley Tavener, 23, let himself into ex-partner Billie Hilsdon's home in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset and discovered her with Jack Merrick.
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RAF veteran wins battle over £100 parking fine in Lincoln (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Ex-RAF man Terence O'Halloran paid £1 to park at St Rumbold's Street but was shocked to discover a penalty notice on his windscreen when he returned within the hour last month.
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Mother is ordered to remove Christmas tree on baby's grave (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Stephanie Browne, 27, was devastated after being told to take down the 6ft plastic tree from the final resting place of her son Oskar, who died in 2010.
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Lies about Santa are good for your child's mental health (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
As a developmental scientist, Kristen Dunfield of Concordia University spends most of her time researching children's trust, how trust develops and what happens when it's broken.
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Winning entries of National Geographic's picture contest (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The National Geographic Nature Photographer of Year contest is run every year and sees awards handed out in four categories - wildlife, landscapes, aerial and underwater.
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Kim Jong-un soldiers toss landmines aiming for South Korea (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
North Korea has been throwing landmines into border waters so that the explosives will land at Dongmak Beach on Ganghwa Island, a popular tourist destination in South Korea.
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Santa rescues woman who slipped on pavement in Watford (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
An unnamed pedestrian slipped on the frosty pavement in Watford, Hertfordshire and takes a painful fall flat on her back, sending her bags flying as she does so.
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The world's most wished-for properties on Airbnb (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The rental website has named the most coveted properties around the world, from treehouses in the States to grand castles in England. So which is your favourite?
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British WWE superstar Paige reveals she considered suicide (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The British WWE star, 25, from Norwich in England, spoke of her horror at having her privacy intruded upon in such a devastating fashion. She had a sex tape leaked online and was suspended over drugs.
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Aylesbury school closed while secondary next door opens (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The headteacher of Waddesdon Village School in Buckinghamshire blamed black ice for the closure - but pupils at the neighbouring senior school managed to make their way in on the same road.
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Boy 'killed man outside McDonald's' in Maidstone (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Wayne Chester, 50, is said to have been killed with a single punch outside a McDonald’s in Maidstone town centre on 29 September at around 10.30pm.
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'Luke Skywalker' AI hand lets amputee play the piano (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Jason Barnes, who lost part of his arm in a work accident five years ago, has been fitted with a prosthetic designed by Georgia Tech researchers to give him individual control of each finger.
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Marine flare goes off in refuse worker's hand in Cambridge (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
A refuse worker (pictured) was hit by a marine flare that ricocheted around the room at a recycling in Waterbeach, three miles north of Cambridge, after it was carelessly placed in the trash.
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Christmas stocking filler perfumes can cost 3 times more (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Researchers from the website Style Compare analysed prices of 100 top scents and found that smaller sizes are on average 70 per cent more expensive per 100ml than bigger bottles.
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UK Weather: Britain shivers on coldest night of the year (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Parents slammed a school in Brighton after they were told pupils could not wear their own winter coats - despite sub-zero temperatures following the coldest night of the year so far in Britain.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton visit the Blue Peter set (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were awarded a badge during a visit to the BBC studios in Salford last week in capacity with their work around mental health and mental health issues affecting children.
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'Snoozeliners' set to transform late-night travel in UK (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
It is hoped that the 'snoozeliners', created by mattress firm Simba, will begin operating next year and will run eight routes in cities including London, Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham.
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London woman who claimed £250k is jailed for four years (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Mother-of-three Tania Amisi, who lived in Chelsea Harbour in London, used fake names and different passports to trick 22 councils over a six-year period.
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Britain's biggest ever fatberg to go on display in London (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
One part of UK's biggest fatberg is going on display in the Museum of London next year. The 250-yard Whitechapel fatberg made headlines in September
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Rough Guides names Newcastle as world's top destination (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Newcastle upon Tyne, the UK's famous north-eastern city, won the accolade after triumphing over global competition, this week - in part for its 'Geordie geniality'.
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Lorry in high winds loses contents in footage near Hull (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Dramatic footage shows timber packs falling off a HGV during high winds from Storm Caroline on the A62 near Hull. Antony Rhodes, from Bradford, filmed the footage and posted it on Facebook.
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Kate Middleton sets up charity Christmas party in London (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The Duchess of Cambridge is joining children and families to celebrate the work of a London charity supporting its local community, including those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
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BBC's Male Rape: Breaking the Silence reveals the stigma (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Rape victim Alex Morgan (seen left and right, on the right) has launched a charity, Stay Brave UK, in a bid to give all victims a voice. He features in BBC Three's Male Rape: Breaking the Silence.
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Instagram now lets you follow hashtags in your main feed (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The Facebook owned app, based in Menlo Park, has released the new feature in an effort to make posts on the site more easy to discover by bringing up popular posts with a similar theme in your feed.
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Cheetah keeper in South Africa shows bond in cute videos (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
In extremely sweet videos, Linda Rosenlöf shows off her incredible bond with the animals, rolling around on the grass and playing with them.
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EU criminals could be allowed to stay in Brexit Britain (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Brandon Lewis said the application for 'settled status' for eligible EU citizens who want to stay would have a 'presumption' in favour of granting them.
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Dramatic Brighton rescue as owner jumps in sea to save dog (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Dramatic footage shows a woman being swept off her feet after jumping into the sea at Brighton beach, East Sussex, to save her dog. Coastguards have said she is lucky to be alive after the feat.
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Edinburgh restaurant receipt says 'pain in the a** woman' (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Anna Warrender has slammed Brewhemia in Edinburgh after staff typed 'pain in the a** woman' on her £160 receipt following her meal with two friends on Saturday night.
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Dame Joan Collins purchases stunning £1.6M LA apartment (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The 84-year-old star, who is best known for playing Alexis Carrington Colby on Dynasty in the 80s, has purchased the home with her beloved film producer husband Percy Gibson, 52
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Assad is stopped from following Putin on Syrian soil (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The Russian President was in Syria yesterday to declare that his alliance with Bashar al-Assad had been a success and that Moscow will start to withdraw troops from the war-torn country.
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Catford homeowner stabbed drunken burglar to death (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Errol Hanson knifed Mohammed Savare over 50 times in his garden after finding him clutching his TV in the lounge of his south east London home on 19 June, Southwark Crown Court heard.
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MP suspended for using n-word let back IN to Tory party (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Anne Marie Morris made a new apology for the remark today, which was first exposed in July this year. She said she had returned to the party fold and that she was 'proud and privileged' to be a Tory MP.
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Strangest things people have tried to impress someone (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
People from around the world shared their awkward experiences of others trying to impress them on Reddit. From trying to show off hunting skills to creepy creativity, here's what not to do.
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City trader ‘raped a drunk university student' in Brighton (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Livio Dinaj (pictured), 24, is accused of attacking the young woman within hours of meeting her during a night out at Casablanca’s in Brighton, East Sussex.
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Nazanin's life in Iranian prison dramatically improves (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Life in an Iranian prison has dramatically improved for British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe following Boris Johnson's trip to Iran as she is now allowed to speak to her husband Richard every day.
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Man arrested after mother is found dead in Thatcham (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The victim, named locally as 25-year-old mother-of-three Janine Bowater, was discovered dead in Thatcham, Berkshire in the early hours of this morning.
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Artificially intelligent robots could gain consciousness (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
In an article for The Conversation, Professor Subhash Kak from Oklahoma State University explains the possible consequences if artificial intelligence gains consciousness.
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Mushroom cloud dwarfs Sicily's famous volcano Etna (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
An ominous ash cloud rising above the Etna volcano on Sicily, lighting strikes over a flock of cranes in Nebraska, US and were some of the winners of the 2017 Siena Awards.
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Amber Rudd reveals her late father was conned in scam (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said her father Tony, a well-connected former stockbroker, was left feeling 'humiliated' after he was conned into parting with his money.
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Theresa May to attend Grenfell service despite Tory ban (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The Prime Minister was booed and heckled by some residents when she visited the scene of the disaster as locals in west London lashed out at authorities over the fire.
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UK is the best country in the world for the AI revolution (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The AI Readiness Index, by the Oxford Insights Team, put the UK in the top spot out of the world's 35 most advanced countries - beating the US into second place.
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Firefighters took 90 minutes to get to Plymouth house fire (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Molly Wigmore, 76, died of smoke inhalation at her home in Plymouth, Devon, and an inquest heard firefighters took 90 minutes to arrive from a station little more than a mile away.
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Conservative MP's chief of staff 'raped woman' (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Samuel Armstrong, 24, allegedly attacked a woman aged in her 20s after having drinks with her at the Palace of Westminster and taking her to his MP boss' office.
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Cat Person New Yorker story goes viral (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Cat Person by writer Kristen Roupenian was published in the December 11 issue of the New Yorker. Thousands of women are sharing the piece and expressing awe over how relatable it is.
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The quick work out to fit in between Christmas splurges (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Max Lowery – a 27-year-old former competitive sprinter from London – gives his tips. He has shared a video of exercises that you can fit in over the festive period to stay in shape.
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Most hipster moments ever caught on camera (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
From a penny farthing parked outside an Apple store to a deconstructed £25 spaghetti bolognese, these are the weirdest, most hipster endeavours ever caught on camera worldwide.
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Stunned passers by share the worst construction fails (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Photos from all over the world reveal some of the funniest construction fails, including a balcony with no door or window and a bathroom that has a very interesting and slightly psychedelic feel to it.
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Trump and Netanyahu kneel before jihadist in ISIS poster (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
US President Donald Trump and Israel's leader Benjamin Netanyahu are shown as prisoners, kneeling before a jihadist executioner in front of the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
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Trump and Netanyahu kneel before jihadist in ISIS poster (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
US President Donald Trump and Israel's leader Benjamin Netanyahu are shown as prisoners, kneeling before a jihadist executioner in front of the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
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Photos show festive spirit is lost on some families (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Nothing says Christmas more than posing for photos with loved ones and yuletide decorations. But as this gallery demonstrates, the seasonal snap can go very, very wrong.
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Dog starving in Birmingham hopes for new home by Christmas (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Four-year-old Dogue de Bordeaux Elsa (pictured) was found shivering and heavily malnourished by a passer-by at a Birmingham nature reserve on Saturday.
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US ambassador says Trump will visit the UK next year (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Woody Johnson admitted that the public spat with Theresa May meant 'some feathers were ruffled'. But he said the leaders still had a 'very good relationship' and he believed the visit would still happen.
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North Korean defector says she was forced to have abortion (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
North Korean defector Ji Hyeon-A has described how she was forced to have an abortion following her repatriation from China and how starved dead prisoners were fed to dogs.
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China unveils Minority Report-style AI security system (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The company behind the technology, Shanghai-based Yitu Technology, said Dragonfly Eye scans images from the country's national database. It is currently being used in Shanghai.
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Oscar Pistorius is injured in prison brawl in South Africa (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Pistorius, who had his murder sentence doubled last month, was waiting for the phone at Atteridgeville Correctional Centre, near Pretoria, when he started a fight with an inmate ‘he knows well’.
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Holocaust survivor: North Korean camps as bad as Auschwitz (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Thomas Buergenthal, who survived two Nazi concentration camps, branded Kim Jong-Un's prisons 'as terrible or worse' after hearing more than 35 years worth of evidence from defectors.
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Cafe owners spark debate over the best way to cut toast (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Sheffiled Hallam University, which serves toast to revellers after nights out, has prompted a furious debate after asking people to comment on whether how they should slice the snack.
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Grenfell fire was 'national atrocity' says victims' lawyer (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
At the first day of a public inquiry into the west London fire which killed 71, Michael Mansfield QC said families want accountability and a clear identification of what went wrong.
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Porn star Allie Haze's boyfriend talks their relationship (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Mike Adkins, 32, from Las Vegas, Nevada, has opened up about what it is like to date one of the world's biggest porn stars. He was introduced to Allie Haze four years ago through a mutual friend.
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Bolton hospital turned away pregnant mum before baby death (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Elise Flitcroft (pictured with partner McCauley) had travelled to Royal Bolton Hospital in an ambulance, where a midwife slammed her for wasting NHS cash.
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Barnsley paedophile went on holiday with teen girl aged 15 (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Clinton Stothard, from Barnsley, described as 'every parent's worst nightmare' groomed his teenage victim online before tricking her and her parents into thinking he was a teen.
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How long sex lasts around the world (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
A global survey has found that men and women want sex to last for just over 25 minutes. But the reality is rather different. Houston sex therapist Mary Jo Rapini explains why sex drive can take a dip.
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Alt-right accuses Amazon's Alexa of liberal political bias (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The furore emerged after a thread was posted on Twitter showing an Alexa user asking the Seattle based firm's female voiced assistant about her thoughts on a range of divisive topics.
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Wobbling Willy sex toy has model of your partner's face (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
A Swedish website called wobblingwilly.com has unveiled a new sex toy that can be personalised with a 3D silicone model of a face, using photographs submitted by customers.
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Reading woman who was raped discovers husband was attacker (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The 35-year-old man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, picked up his wife after a night out in Reading, Berkshire, and then raped her at their home as their children slept upstairs.
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Green 'set to be cleared to keep his job' after inquiry  (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
The First Secretary of State has been investigated over allegations he made an inappropriate pass at a Tory activist and watched pornography on a Commons computer.
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Tories take the lead first time since General Election (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Theresa May's Brexit deal appears to have led to a small bounce for her party with YouGov putting them on 42 per cent - a single point ahead of Labour on 41 per cent.
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Drama student 'raped woman then threatened suicide' (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Jack Green, a student at Arden School of Theatre in Manchester, is accused of raping a woman and sending her a text message afterwards warning: 'If you say anything I’ll kill myself.'
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Shocking video shows couple having sex at Adelaide beach (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
A shocking video has emerged online showing a couple having sex in broad daylight at one of Australia's popular beaches as they were caught in the risky act surrounded by bottles and bags.
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Labour clears MP Clive Lewis of groping woman in Brighton (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Clive Lewis (pictured) was accused of squeezing a woman's backside during an event in Brighton. However a Labour investigation found no evidence to substantiate the accusations
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Wigan mother ran over man with his car in drunken rampage (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Jessica Marron, from Wigan, got behind the wheel of Joe Fishwick's Vauxhall Zafira despite being way the over the limit and reversed over him as he tried to stop her.
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Woman records 'alien' sounds from Siberian lake (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
Photographer Svetlana Kuzina has recorded extraordinary haunting 'alien like' sounds while walking on the frozen surface of a Siberian lake, she says are reminiscent of whales 'singing'.
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Twitter slammed for failing to block paedophiles' accounts (Tue, 12 Dec 2017)
A number of perverts from around the world have written on Twitter that they are 'non-offending' and 'non-contact' paedophiles and have openly discussed their attraction to young children.
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Russian fighter jet almost wipes out another plane (Mon, 11 Dec 2017)
The Su-35 nearly hits the Su-30 both which are heavily armed and are believed to be stationed in Syria. This is the jaw dropping moment when one nearly hits the other.
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The most extraordinary trees in the world revealed (Mon, 11 Dec 2017)
The stunning collection of pictures come from Wise Trees, a book that charts the world's oldest and most historically significant trees.
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