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27634: Royal wedding 2018: US bishop to give address at service

A bishop from Chicago will give the address at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding next week. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KgXa5a
5/12/201810 seconds
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27633: Giro d'Italia: Simon Yates retains overall lead as Ecuador's Richard Carapaz wins stage

Britain's Simon Yates continues to hold the overall lead as Ecuador's Richard Carapaz wins stage eight of the Giro d'Italia. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Iern4d
5/12/201814 seconds
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27632: Poundworld 'put up for sale' after expressions of interest

The chain's US owner postpones restructuring while it considers possible bids, the BBC understands. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rCJ4Em
5/12/201811 seconds
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27631: Lewis Hamilton on Spanish GP pole for Mercedes front row

Lewis Hamilton takes pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IznyKt
5/12/201810 seconds
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27629: North Korea to dismantle nuclear site in May ceremony

Pyongyang invites foreign media to witness the process scheduled for 23-25 May, state media reports. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jRGLsX
5/12/201812 seconds
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27630: Mikel Arteta: Ex-Arsenal midfielder one of options to replace Arsene Wenger

Manchester City assistant coach Mikel Arteta is one of a number of options being considered by Arsenal as their new manager. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wBS0Pr
5/12/201812 seconds
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27628: R Kelly gives defiant performance amid protests in North Carolina

The R&B singer, who denies sexual assault, declines to tone down his act in North Carolina. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KUvwwd
5/12/201811 seconds
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27627: Shanghai Diamond League: Reece Prescod wins 100m with Justin Gatlin seventh

Britain's Reece Prescod beats world champion Justin Gatlin to seal a shock 100m victory at the Shanghai Diamond League. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wwYFKM
5/12/201813 seconds
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27626: Eurovision 2018: 7 things to look out for during the show

Ireland's controversial dancers, a massive dress and chicken impressions - the key things not to miss during tonight's Eurovision. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IBc5da
5/12/201813 seconds
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27625: Rita Ora song accused of exploiting bisexuality by LGBTQ artists

A Rita Ora track featuring Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX is accused of exploiting bisexuality. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jUXDPf
5/12/201813 seconds
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27624: Thousands join TUC march over wages and workers' rights

Thousands of people join a march in London over wages, workers' rights and public services. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Gav0Gt
5/12/201810 seconds
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27623: DR Congo: Search for British tourists kidnapped in Virunga National Park

Soldiers have joined park rangers in the search for the two tourists, an army spokesman says. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jQ6hP6
5/12/201811 seconds
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27622: Harlequins: Paul Gustard and Shaun Edwards in frame for head coach role

Paul Gustard and Shaun Edwards are contenders for the vacant head coach role at Premiership side Harlequins. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rDfzCx
5/12/201812 seconds
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27621: Silvio Berlusconi: Ban on former PM holding office scrapped

The former prime minister had been barred from holding public office after being sentenced for tax fraud. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IcKBYc
5/12/201811 seconds
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27620: Mars exploration: Nasa to send helicopter to red planet

The US space agency says it will be the first test of a heavier-than-air aircraft on another planet. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Ic4OBt
5/12/201810 seconds
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27619: Not now! Police tell offenders best time to hand themselves in

A police poster, since removed, shows problems since custody remand cases were centralised, solicitors say. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KVpJq3
5/12/201812 seconds
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27618: Bono's son hits back in row over name of his band

The Irish rock combo fronted by Eli Hewson are accusing their English namesakes of seeking publicity. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rE5X9N
5/12/201810 seconds
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27617: North Korea: UN gains 'unprecedented access' during visit

After four days in the reclusive country, a top official says he sees a "sense of optimism". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jPAe1J
5/12/201810 seconds
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27615: Margaret River shooting: Relatives 'devastated' by killings

Police confirm they are not looking for anyone else over the killing of seven family members. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wwoudP
5/12/20189 seconds
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27613: Motorised shed to make speed record attempt at Pendine Sands

The Fastest Shed will hope to smash its own 80mph record time at Pendine Sands this weekend. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8zFi4
5/12/201811 seconds
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27611: Eurovision: Rylan Clark-Neal's five acts to look out for

Rylan Clark-Neal takes a look at the acts likely to steal the spotlight in Lisbon. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KWNtKj
5/12/20189 seconds
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27610: Brooklyn Nine-Nine saved after fans' outcry

The decision to cancel the police comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine caused outrage among fans. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KjbmLg
5/12/20189 seconds
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27609: Former Malaysia PM Najib Razak banned from leaving country

Najib Razak is barred from travelling overseas, just days after his party's shock election defeat. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G97ZUC
5/12/201810 seconds
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27607: Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn must change stance, says Lord Kinnock

The ex-Labour leader says not backing staying in the EEA would be "a serious evasion of duty". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IzTUEL
5/12/201810 seconds
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27608: High stakes for fixed-odds betting machines

Ahead of new rules for fixed-odds betting machines, four people outline the pros and cons. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Kc66IY
5/12/20189 seconds
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27606: World Triathlon Series 2018: Non Stanford finishes third in Japan

Britain's Non Stanford finishes third in Japan to claim her first World Triathlon Series podium since 2016. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jPf6sx
5/12/201814 seconds
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27604: Welcome to (medieval) fight club

Journey inside the world of medieval combat with a longsword world champion. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wxvsiP
5/12/20187 seconds
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27605: Iraq votes in first elections since IS defeat

Some 7,000 candidates from rival coalition blocs are vying for seats in the 329-member parliament. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Iej4W9
5/12/201811 seconds
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27603: Players Championship: Webb Simpson leads by five at TPC Sawgrass

American Webb Simpson scores a course record-equalling 63 to establish a five-shot halfway lead at 15-under in the Players Championship in Florida. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G82VzN
5/12/201815 seconds
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27601: 50 Great World Cup moments: Louis van Gaal's inspired goalkeeping substitution

BBC Sport looks back on Louis van Gaal's inspired goalkeeping substitution just before the Netherlands' penalty shootout with Costa Rica in their 2 .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wzzDL3
5/12/201817 seconds
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27599: Stephen Hawking service: Possibility of time travellers 'can't be excluded'

Anyone born in the next 20 years is eligible to apply for a seat at the Westminster Abbey service. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KTH1UF
5/12/201811 seconds
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27598: US offers to help rebuild N Korea economy if it denuclearises

America will help the North if it gives up nuclear arms, the top US diplomat says ahead of a summit. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KUuvUE
5/12/201811 seconds
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27597: Iran nuclear deal: Europe strives to keep agreement

Intense diplomatic efforts are under way after the US dumped the nuclear deal on Wednesday. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KW46Wv
5/12/20189 seconds
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27596: Foreign patient charge 'tears apart families'

Call for fee to be scrapped for nurses as union highlight plight of Kenyan woman who sent children back to Africa. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KSDeqq
5/12/20189 seconds
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27595: Wage squeeze worst in modern history says TUC

The Trades Union Council says wages won't return to pre-crash levels until 2025. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rE3iNa
5/12/201810 seconds
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27594: Student mental health 'failing a generation'

In 2016, 146 students killed themselves; and three have died in Bristol in the past month alone. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wza1hh
5/12/201812 seconds
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27590: Eurovision: Is Chinese censorship on the rise?

Is China's censorship of Eurovision part of a growing trend? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IfCDgI
5/12/20188 seconds
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27589: Eurovision 2018: 10 things you need to know about SuRie

SuRie reveals all: from weightlifting, singing Beyonce in the shower, to Peter Pan as her style icon. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jPZ5mb
5/12/201811 seconds
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27588: What is the rarest language used at Eurovision?

You might think you already know everything about the Eurovision Song Contest, but which is the rarest language? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IeT6Sz
5/12/20189 seconds
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27585: How the plastic in your beauty regime could be harming the environment

Microbeads are banned and wet wipes could be next but the plastic in your skincare routine could still be harming the oceans and environment. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wynVjI
5/12/201812 seconds
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27584: Refugees in Amsterdam giving lifejackets a new life

A group of Syrian refugees in the Netherlands are turning battered lifejackets into bags and flags. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rGI29Q
5/12/201810 seconds
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27583: Trump-Kim summit: Iran deal pull-out casts shadow over talks

Strategic patience will be required by Donald Trump for a solution in North Korea, PJ Crowley writes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KXcKnQ
5/12/201812 seconds
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27582: Toronto van attack: Inside the dark world of 'incels'

Who are the angry young men who describe themselves as "involuntarily celibate"? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rDsoMj
5/12/20189 seconds
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27581: Measuring #MeToo: What's changed outside Hollywood?

The #MeToo movement has shifted Hollywood's power dynamics - but what's changed for the rest of us? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rDrejV
5/12/201811 seconds
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27580: Week in pictures: 5 - 11 May 2018

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rCpSWI
5/12/201811 seconds
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27579: Ghanaian royalty, living in east London

A trip back to Ghana led to the discovery of some documents revealing a family history, with links to royalty. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G9cVsy
5/12/201810 seconds
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27578: Mortician 'passionate' about doing make-up for the dead

Mortician Debbie Homewood is 'passionate' about putting make-up on the dead Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rAUVC4
5/12/20188 seconds
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27577: US hotel's $75,000 royal wedding special

The special relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is also big business in the US. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wI0ncn
5/12/201810 seconds
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27576: Nasa will send helicopter to Mars to test otherworldly flight

The space agency says it will be the first test of a heavier-than-air aircraft on another planet. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wxtgaR
5/11/201810 seconds
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27575: The Papers: Brexit Britain 'more racist' says UN

The Guardian and the Times lead on UN claims that Brexit has led to a rise in UK hate crimes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KfMK65
5/11/201810 seconds
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27574: Asylum seekers 'given inappropriate study bans'

Newsnight speaks to a young asylum seeker who was told by the Home Office that he could not study. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IdXg1a
5/11/20189 seconds
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27573: European Challenge Cup final: Cardiff Blues 31-30 Gloucester

Cardiff Blues stage a stirring comeback to beat Gloucester and win a thrilling Challenge Cup final in Bilbao. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryyJbF
5/11/201812 seconds
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27572: Livingston 1-1 Dundee United (agg 4-3)

Livingston beat Dundee United 4-3 on aggregate to book their place in the Scottish Premiership play-off final. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IA2AeE
5/11/201811 seconds
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27571: Derby County 1-0 Fulham

Cameron Jerome's bullet header gives Derby a one-goal lead against Fulham in their Championship play-off semi-final. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G4m3OV
5/11/20189 seconds
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27570: Austerity and immigration rules concern UN racism official

UK's ethnic minorities are "disproportionately" affected by immigration policies, a UN inspector says. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wCoRUg
5/11/201811 seconds
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27569: US Niger ambush: How raft of failures ended in death

"Individual, organisational and institutional failures" all contributed, a US military report says. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G7eabO
5/11/201811 seconds
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27568: Madrid Open: Kyle Edmund beaten by Denis Shapovalov in quarter-finals

British number one Kyle Edmund is knocked out of the Madrid Open quarter-finals by Canadian Denis Shapovalov. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KfXpgY
5/11/201812 seconds
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27567: Social media Romeo wins free flight after failed campaign

The man fell about 498,000 retweets short before a Canadian skating duo helped him score a free flight. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Ihg635
5/11/201812 seconds
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27566: Is Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei trolling Trump?

Ayatollah Khamenei has been pictured at a Tehran book fair reading Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KWKyS2
5/11/201810 seconds
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27565: Cheetahs chase family at safari park

The general manager of Beekse Bergen park in the Netherlands said they had a lucky escape. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IBT4rq
5/11/20188 seconds
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27564: Eurovision street style: What fans are wearing in Lisbon

What to wear when you're going to the world's biggest song contest? Eurovision fans in Lisbon show off their... choices. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Kgjkoh
5/11/201811 seconds
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27563: Carwyn Jones to leave Welsh assembly in 2021

He says it is right to "move on", having announced he will step down as first minister this autumn. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KQu5i5
5/11/201810 seconds
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27562: 50 Cent: Spotify 'wrong' to remove R Kelly from playlists

The rapper says R Kelly hasn't been convicted of a crime and the decision is "wrong". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rAL685
5/11/201810 seconds
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27560: Florida police officer races to rescue unresponsive baby

Doctors say deputy Jeremie Nix's quick-thinking and swift actions kept baby Kingston alive. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jPknAn
5/11/201810 seconds
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27561: Gran left 'very shocked' after unwanted horse delivered

The horse was left in her "very shocked" grandmother's back garden in Stoke-on-Trent. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IBHNaA
5/11/20189 seconds
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27559: Dover cliffs rescue as boy, 13, 'found clinging'

A teenager tries to scale a sheer cliff but gets stuck and ends up clinging on by his fingernails. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G7uCsA
5/11/201811 seconds
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27558: Madrid Open: Rafael Nadal beaten by Dominic Thiem as unbeaten run ends

Rafael Nadal's 21-match unbeaten run on clay ends as he is knocked out of the Madrid Open in the quarter-finals by Dominic Thiem. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IgzCNc
5/11/201813 seconds
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27557: Shipping container dumped in Warmington garden

Jane Sollis believes the container was taken off a lorry and winched into her back garden. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Kd7c7m
5/11/20188 seconds
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27556: Luton Airport strike: May Bank Holiday delay warning

Delays are forecast as Luton Airport workers vote to walk out in a row over pay and contracts. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KhuIjU
5/11/201810 seconds
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27555: Grammar schools: Do they encourage social mobility?

Former pupils and current parents on the differences selective schools make. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IeML9N
5/11/20189 seconds
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27554: Trent Alexander Arnold: Liverpool’s local boy on family values & shining on world stage

Trent Alexander-Arnold tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan about his hopes of emulating his heroes and still living at the family home. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IAFBA2
5/11/201815 seconds
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27553: UVF 'supergrass' Gary Haggarty released from prison

Ex-UVF leader was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in January but has now been put into witness protection. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KSWmVi
5/11/201811 seconds
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27552: A14 dashcam captures 'sleeping' driver crash

The driver suffered minor injuries in the crash on a dual carriageway. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jPNFin
5/11/20188 seconds
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27550: Arsenal suspend Under-23 coaches Steve Gatting and Carl Laraman after complaints

Arsenal suspend Under-23s coaches Steve Gatting and Carl Laraman following complaints of bullying from some players. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rCTLG6
5/11/201814 seconds
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27551: Harry and Meghan life-sized cake is sweet wedding surprise

It took 300 eggs and an awful lot of flour, sugar and chocolate to recreate the royal couple. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G77dYg
5/11/201810 seconds
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27549: School Choir hopes to hit perfect pitch

Strathearn chamber choir reaches the final of the Songs of Praise Young Choir of the Year. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wwxEa5
5/11/20188 seconds
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27547: Giro d'Italia: Ireland's Sam Bennett wins stage seven as Simon Yates retains lead

Britain's Simon Yates holds on to the overall lead as Ireland's Sam Bennett wins stage seven of the Giro d'Italia. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G8eXJh
5/11/201813 seconds
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27548: Cheeki Rafiki yacht boss given suspended sentence over unsafe vessel

James Male, Andrew Bridge, Steve Warren and Paul Goslin died when the Cheeki Rafiki capsized in 2014. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KfcC1S
5/11/201813 seconds
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27546: Royal wedding couple: You may now eat the bride

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are represented in a life-size celebration cake. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IaRhpA
5/11/20188 seconds
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27545: Eurovision 2018: Meet Benjamin, the Swedish Justin Bieber

People say Sweden's Benjamin Ingrosso looks similar to Canadian singer Justin Bieber. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Id7DxQ
5/11/201811 seconds
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27544: MPs back legal right to paid leave for bereaved parents

The entitlement to time off work after the loss of a child is expected to come into force in 2020. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rCIupg
5/11/201811 seconds
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27543: Lewis Hamilton top in Spain as Raikkonen breaks down

Lewis Hamilton heads Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen in a difficult-to-read second practice at the Spanish Grand Prix. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KfsSzT
5/11/201811 seconds
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27542: Grammar schools: Is selection good for social mobility?

Government is spending £50m on expanding existing grammar schools. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IAetAY
5/11/20189 seconds
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27541: Scott Hutchison tributes: 'His music meant so much to people'

Fellow musicians say the Frightened Rabbit singer's music will resonate with audiences for years to come. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KVffXS
5/11/201810 seconds
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27540: M1 diversion: Drivers warned to expect delays over weekend

Drivers including football fans and people catching flights are being warned to expect disruption. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KOSOn7
5/11/201810 seconds
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27539: Grenfell Tower inquiry panel enhanced in apparent U-turn

Theresa May agrees to appoint a panel to help oversee the Grenfell fire inquiry, after victims' families said they feared a whitewash. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8N0Hq
5/11/201812 seconds
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27538: 'It's just going to be renting until I die'

As the number of middle-aged people renting their homes has almost doubled over the past 10 years, two tenants in their 40s share with us their tho .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I7J75q
5/11/201813 seconds
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27537: DR Congo: Foreign Office probes reports Britons kidnapped

A female wildlife ranger is said to have been killed in the incident in the Virunga National Park. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G4F97O
5/11/201810 seconds
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27536: Champions League: Ukrainians offer fans free accommodation

Sky-high hotel prices in Kiev for the Champions League final have led to residents offering free rooms. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G71ilR
5/11/201811 seconds
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27535: School pencil cases banned to stop 'stigma'

The head teacher of the primary school says it has taken steps to get rid of any "designer goods". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KPcBCJ
5/11/20189 seconds
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27534: Brooklyn Nine-Nine's been cancelled and fans are not pleased

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is ending after five seasons and fans are not pleased. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G4kzEA
5/11/20189 seconds
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27533: Revealed: Advice to Tory MPs on how to be 'real' on Instagram

Tory MPs were advised to be "playful" and "human" on photo sharing app, in a document leaked to the BBC. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Kc9ZxB
5/11/201812 seconds
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27532: Solo: A Star Wars Story praised by first to see it

Solo: A Star Wars Story has been widely praised by the first people to see the film. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KVMKcu
5/11/20189 seconds
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27531: Spanish GP: Valtteri Bottas top as Daniel Ricciardo crashes

Valtteri Bottas fastest in Spanish GP first practice, in which several frontrunners spin and Daniel Ricciardo crashes Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G78QVM
5/11/201813 seconds
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27529: Barclays boss Jes Staley fined £642,000 for 'conduct breach'

Regulators fine the boss of Barclays for breaching rules in trying to identify a whistleblower. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wu1HPW
5/11/201812 seconds
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27530: Old bra helps cow with calf to avoid mastitis

A farming couple in the Highlands came up with the idea in the interests of the animal's welfare. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rvyb7p
5/11/20189 seconds
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27527: Wayne Rooney not asked to leave Everton for DC United - Sam Allardyce

Wayne Rooney has not asked to leave Everton, says Sam Allardyce - despite the former England captain agreeing a deal to move to the MLS. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KUOW44
5/11/201814 seconds
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27528: Iran condemns wave of Israeli air strikes in Syria

In its first comments since Thursday's strikes, Iran backs Syria's "right to defend itself". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KeJ3x8
5/11/201810 seconds
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27526: Massive wave is southern hemisphere record, scientists believe

The 23.8m (78ft) swell is the largest ever recorded below the equator, New Zealand scientists say. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wt5r3S
5/11/201811 seconds
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27525: Npower to raise energy prices by 5.3%

One million customers will see their annual dual fuel bills rise by an average of £64. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jMuMge
5/11/20189 seconds
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27524: Champions Cup final: Stuart Lancaster - from England failure to Leinster redemption

How former England head coach Stuart Lancaster has rebuilt his reputation as Leinster number two by going back to what he does best. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KUvhRt
5/11/201814 seconds
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27523: Players Championship: Dustin Johnson, Matt Kuchar among leaders at Sawgrass

Dustin Johnson is part of a six-way tie for the Players Championship lead as he looks to hang on to the world number one spot. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I7Cxf5
5/11/201813 seconds
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27522: Student loans boss Steve Lamey hired 'against advice'

From appointment to being fired for gross misconduct, the inside story on Student Loans Company chief. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jLGOGG
5/11/201810 seconds
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27521: Iran nuclear deal: France condemns US move to re-impose sanctions

It says European firms should not have to pay for the US decision to abandon a key nuclear deal. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rAIRAJ
5/11/201811 seconds
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27520: London's moped crime hotspots revealed: Check your area

Offences have increased nearly 30-fold in five years, with two boroughs accounting for 42% of crimes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryDIt9
5/11/201811 seconds
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27519: Brexit: Leave.EU fined £70,000 for breaking electoral law during referendum

The campaign group is fined £70,000 for breaches of electoral law during the 2016 referendum. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rCxbgK
5/11/201813 seconds
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27518: Body found in search for missing singer Scott Hutchison

Police say formal identification is yet to take place but the family of Scott Hutchison have been informed. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IfxOUD
5/11/201810 seconds
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27517: Arsene Wenger: Dermot O'Leary's open letter to departing Arsenal manager

Tears of pride and sadness - BBC Radio 2 presenter and Arsenal fan Dermot O'Leary writes an open letter to departing Gunners boss Arsene Wenger. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I6bdOk
5/11/201815 seconds
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27516: News Daily: Grammar schools to grow and middle-aged renting rise

Your morning briefing for Friday 11 May 2018. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rAG2jk
5/11/20189 seconds
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27515: Seven people found dead in Western Australia, police say

The bodies of four children and three adults were discovered at a rural property, police say. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IzHk8R
5/11/201810 seconds
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27514: 50 great World Cup moments: Gheorghe Hagi's famous strike from USA 94

With 34 days left until the 2018 World Cup, BBC Sport remembers Gheorghe Hagi's famous strike for Romania in their 3-1 win over Colombia at USA 94. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jOGqar
5/11/201817 seconds
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27513: London Mayor Sadiq Khan plans TfL 'junk food' advert ban

Sadiq Khan says the ban can tackle the "ticking time bomb" of child obesity. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G667vR
5/11/201810 seconds
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27512: Theresa May splits cabinet to consider customs options

One group will look at the "customs partnership", the other will consider the "max-fac" proposal. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KbAeEq
5/11/201810 seconds
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27511: Jockey Victoria Smith to ride first race as a woman

Transgender jockey Victoria Smith won 250 races when she was Vince Smith. Now she's riding her first race as a woman. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G4utWS
5/11/201812 seconds
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27510: 'Build all Navy ships in UK', says Corbyn ahead of Govan visit

There has been speculation a £1bn contract for three new Royal Fleet Auxiliary support ships could go abroad. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jLPTPE
5/11/201812 seconds
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27508: Soccer Aid: Eric Cantona to play in Old Trafford match

Manchester United legend Eric Cantona will return to Old Trafford in a charity match for Unicef in June. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Iw7kBD
5/11/201811 seconds
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27509: Royal wedding: Household Cavalry prepare for big day

Soldiers who served with Prince Harry in Afghanistan prepare for their role in his wedding. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KUR4ZA
5/11/20189 seconds
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27507: 'You need time off work to grieve a child'

When a family tragedy struck, this MP campaigned for change Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rBxM3h
5/11/20187 seconds
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27506: Grammar and faith schools get green light to expand

Grammar schools in England are promised an extra £50m - angering some cash-strapped teachers. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8r2nE
5/11/201810 seconds
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27505: England's pioneering black head teachers

Fifty years after England's first black head teachers took up their roles, BBC News Online assesses their impact. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KcX0vA
5/11/201811 seconds
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27504: Hugh Grant, politics and a murdered dog in Jeremy Thorpe drama

The makers of a drama about shamed politician Jeremy Thorpe explain why his story is still relevant. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryZ6z4
5/11/201810 seconds
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27503: Viewpoint: Trump knew Iran deal wasn't working

No-one should have been surprised when President Trump walked away from the Iran deal, says Adam Gingrich. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rxNX0w
5/11/201810 seconds
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27500: Quiz: What's been banned in Cannes?

7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IvTGOV
5/11/201811 seconds
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27499: The North Korean YouTuber pushing for peace

Thousands of people watch this YouTuber talk about life in North Korea. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Ibf1y8
5/11/20187 seconds
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27498: The feminist squat in Brazil run by women

Occupation Hope in Sao Paulo has a zero tolerance policy towards domestic violence. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I9EpQB
5/11/20189 seconds
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27502: Iraq elections: Could Iran be the real winner?

Iraqis vote in the first polls since the defeat of IS, but Iran's influence looms large, writes Jeremy Bowen. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KekQap
5/11/201811 seconds
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27497: Putting the brakes on China's bike mountain

Bike-sharing businesses are sweeping China but that's brought a problem - huge piles of abandoned bikes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G4hOTQ
5/11/20189 seconds
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27501: What makes a Eurovision song contest winner?

Is there a secret recipe for a winning Eurovision song? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rAX3JV
5/11/20186 seconds
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27496: Third Charlton brother to wear England shirt aged 72

Tommy Charlton, brother to Jack and Sir Bobby, finally gets to play football for England, at the age of 72. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wBRlO2
5/11/201812 seconds
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27495: Alzheimer's: How much should you reveal?

Should you tell others when a loved one is diagnosed with the condition? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rzmRXZ
5/11/20187 seconds
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27494: MPs criticise 'unrealistic' MoD plans

Ministry of Defence's 10-year spending plan faces a shortfall of between £4.9bn and £20.8bn, say MPs. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryTYed
5/11/201810 seconds
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27493: 'Nightmare' rental shortage for the disabled, EHRC finds

Just 7% of private rental properties are suitable for a disabled person, new report finds. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rxNqM4
5/11/201811 seconds
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27492: Your six pros and cons of renting a home

Is renting a home a positive or negative experience. Here are your views about life as a tenant. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KToPKz
5/11/20189 seconds
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27491: Tenant rights: Can a landlord kick me out?

What are the rights of millions of people in the UK who rent a room or a home privately from a landlord? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rymVWY
5/11/201810 seconds
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27490: Reality Check: Are we spending more money on rent?

Home ownership in the UK has declined – but how much more are we spending on rent? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KcMzIq
5/11/201810 seconds
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27489: Sex and dating when you live with your parents

With more young adults living with their parents than ever before, how do you cope if you're single? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KS2qxn
5/11/20188 seconds
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27488: US pressures Iran with new sanctions over 'malign activity'

Six people and three companies are sanctioned over alleged ties to Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G76Pc2
5/11/201810 seconds
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27487: Student loan rates absurd, say MPs

The inflation measure used to set loans on tuition fees is "grossly unfair", says a committee of MPs. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wxv5op
5/11/201810 seconds
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27486: Pothole 'epidemic' costs £1m a month in motoring claims, says AA

The AA says the number of claims for damage caused by potholes has soared this year. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KPkjwK
5/11/201811 seconds
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27485: MPs to examine Dangerous Dogs Act

A Commons committee is to consider whether the 1991 law is effective, as figures suggest a rise in attacks. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IrWqNo
5/10/201810 seconds
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27484: Number of middle-aged renters doubles in a decade

Forty-somethings are almost twice as likely to be renting their home from a landlord than 10 years ago. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wqWbgK
5/10/20189 seconds
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27483: The papers: 'Green light' and 'new dawn' for grammars

News that grammar schools will be given extra funds to expand places leads many of today's papers. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rzMoAh
5/10/201810 seconds
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27482: Red tide: Electric blue waves wash California shore

Glowing blue algae have transformed California's coast. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G3HDU5
5/10/20188 seconds
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27481: Ireland v Pakistan: Porterfield excited for Test bow at Malahide

Ireland captain William Porterfield says there will be a "few emotions knocking around" in the inaugural Test against Pakistan. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I5BNHF
5/10/201812 seconds
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27480: Taekwondo: Britain's Jordyn Smith claims first senior bronze medal at European Championships

Teenage British taekwondo fighter Jordyn Smith claimed bronze on the opening day of the European Championships in Kazan. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rz47aT
5/10/201813 seconds
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27479: European super league inevitable, says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger says a European super league is "inevitable" and could see Premier League matches moved to midweek. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wtYQ9v
5/10/201811 seconds
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27478: West Ham United 0-0 Manchester United

Manchester United seal runners-up spot in the Premier League, despite being denied victory by the inspired form of West Ham goalkeeper Adrian. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G03wn3
5/10/201813 seconds
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27477: Challenge Cup: Featherstone Rovers 20-38 Hull FC

Challenge Cup holders Hull FC reach the last eight of the 2018 competition with victory at Championship side Featherstone. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G1XJxr
5/10/201813 seconds
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27476: Madrid Open: Rafael Nadal breaks John McEnroe's 34-year-old set record

Rafael Nadal breaks John McEnroe's 34-year-old record for successive set wins on a single surface with his 50th in a row on clay. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryacnl
5/10/201815 seconds
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27475: Cannes 2018: Black Panther director says female-led sequel would be 'amazing'

Ryan Coogler welcomes the idea of a Black Panther sequel built around its strong female characters. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IvqSWP
5/10/201812 seconds
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27474: Monica Lewinsky gets apology after event snub over Bill Clinton

A US magazine has apologised after rescinding her event invite when Bill Clinton decided to attend. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rAnQWX
5/10/201811 seconds
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27473: England coach Eddie Jones warns Danny Cipriani over conduct

England coach Eddie Jones warns Danny Cipriani that 'there is always a plane back' if he misbehaves on tour to South Africa. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rzB7z4
5/10/201812 seconds
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27472: Inquiry into recall of 2,500 neurology patients

The inquiry panel will be review the recall of more than 2,500 neurology patients by the Belfast Trust. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KSn0h6
5/10/201812 seconds
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27471: Undercover police inquiry: Report will take at least eight years

The public inquiry was due to report this year but will now not be ready until at least 2023. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KcjblQ
5/10/201811 seconds
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27469: Your questions answered on Iran and Israel relations

As tensions rise between Israel and Iran over the Golan Heights, the question is, what happens next. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G2Z3A3
5/10/201811 seconds
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27468: Harvey Weinstein's wife Georgina Chapman says she 'never' suspected

Georgina Chapman opens up in her first interview since allegations against her husband emerged. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryuI7Z
5/10/201810 seconds
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27470: Bill and Ted: A bodacious return or bogus idea?

All you need to know about the cult "dudes" set for a third adventure - after 27 years apart. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Ic6wP6
5/10/201811 seconds
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27467: Katie Chapman: Chelsea Ladies captain & England midfielder to retire this summer

England midfielder and Chelsea Ladies captain Katie Chapman will retire from professional football at the end of the season. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8Dzb3
5/10/201813 seconds
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27466: Stuart Broad leads Premier League's Fantasy Football standings

England cricketer Stuart Broad leads the Fantasy Premier League's table for the week, ahead of almost six million other players. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G30Kxv
5/10/201812 seconds
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27465: R Kelly: Spotify removes singer from playlists

Spotify has removed the artist's music from its playlists and will no longer promote his work as part of a new policy. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jLKDLS
5/10/201811 seconds
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27464: Royal wedding 2018: Harry's comrades 'nervous' about role

Prince Harry has invited 25 Army comrades to perform duties at his wedding to Meghan Markle. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K9Szlf
5/10/201811 seconds
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27463: North Korea: How many political prisoners are there?

Three Americans have been released after being detained for months. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Ie8uyE
5/10/20188 seconds
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27462: Eurovision 2018: Meet the Israeli singing about empowerment

Netta Barzilai is one of the big favourites to win this year's song contest. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KRRCPO
5/10/20189 seconds
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27461: Teenage girl 'plotted British Museum grenade terror attack'

A court heard the 17-year-old planned to attack the British Museum after the death of her IS fiancé. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wtGmpI
5/10/201810 seconds
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27460: Giro d'Italia: Simon Yates takes overall lead as Esteban Chaves wins stage six

Britain's Simon Yates takes the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia as team-mate Esteban Chaves wins stage six. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KbLLUq
5/10/201814 seconds
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27459: Five ways to spot if someone has Alzheimer’s

What are the symptoms of dementia? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rz86nT
5/10/20186 seconds
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27458: Ian Holloway: QPR manager leaves after 18 months in charge

Ian Holloway leaves his post as manager at Championship side Queens Park Rangers after 18 months in charge. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IbQqoE
5/10/201812 seconds
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27457: Fox killing inquiry: 'Smear campaign' against PC stalled investigation

The police officer has been cleared of having improper relationships with anti-hunting activists. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K8OX2T
5/10/201811 seconds
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27455: N Korea-US summit set for Singapore

First ever summit between sitting North Korean and US leaders will take place in Singapore on 12 June, Trump says Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IssvEJ
5/10/201811 seconds
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27456: Carey Mulligan 'felt too lucky' to question pay

Carey Mulligan on why she was now more mindful about "being treated fairly". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K8G2hV
5/10/20188 seconds
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27454: Coronation Street writer on being 'honest' in suicide storyline

The man behind Wednesday's powerful episode of Coronation Street talks about how it came together. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G2MEMC
5/10/201811 seconds
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27453: Ireland v Pakistan: Ireland's route to Test match status

BBC World Service's Stumped programme charts Ireland rise to Test status through three memorable and, at times, incredible victories. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryHUKd
5/10/201813 seconds
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27452: Chinese broadcaster censors LGBT symbols at Eurovision

Hunan TV allegedly censored LGBT symbols and tattoos during a broadcast of the song contest semi-final. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KcLxvZ
5/10/201812 seconds
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27451: Stoke-on-Trent house '30in too tall' risks demolition

The family home will be torn down unless a further £200k is spent on a replacement roof. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IvnyLi
5/10/201811 seconds
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27449: BMW recall: What owners need to do

If you're worried about the implications for you and your car, here's everything you need to know. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IagEYu
5/10/20189 seconds
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27450: Man rebuilds life and becomes dad after stroke, aged 28

Dan Mole and his fiancee said they "struggled" with a lack of support for younger stroke patients. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryVj3V
5/10/201810 seconds
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27448: Soldier jailed for seven-and-a-half years for baby killing

Gordon McKay admitted shaking Hayley Davidson who suffered a serious brain injury and died in hospital. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I2YITD
5/10/201810 seconds
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27447: Chris Brown sued after victim claims she was raped at his home

The singer is named in a lawsuit which alleges a woman was raped at his home in February last year. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IAauV0
5/10/201810 seconds
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27446: Severn Trent boss is businesswoman of the year

Severn Trent boss Liv Garfield is among those honoured at the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Awards. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IsrNaJ
5/10/20189 seconds
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27445: Wayne Rooney: Everton forward agrees 'deal in principle' to join MLS side DC United

Wayne Rooney has agreed a deal in principle that could see him leave Everton for MLS side DC United this summer. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G31liz
5/10/201813 seconds
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27444: Cancer delays 'leave patients at risk'

UK struggling to hit cancer targets as number of cancelled operations hit record high in England. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wp1CwG
5/10/20189 seconds
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27443: Madrid Open: Kyle Edmund beats David Goffin in last 16

British number one Kyle Edmund backs up his win over Novak Djokovic by beating David Goffin at the Madrid Open to reach the world's top 20 for the .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Iorgqn
5/10/201814 seconds
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27442: David Goodall: Scientist, 104, ends his life in Switzerland

The ecologist and botanist had travelled from Australia to Switzerland to voluntarily end his life. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IaBpUb
5/10/201812 seconds
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27441: UK apologises over Belhaj's rendition

UK government apologises to Libyan Abdul Hakim Belhaj who said an MI6 tip-off led to his torture by Gaddafi's forces Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KczBKZ
5/10/201811 seconds
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27440: Interest rates on hold as Bank cuts growth outlook

The Bank of England says the economy is going through a "temporary soft patch" as it keeps rates on hold. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K8KwFm
5/10/201810 seconds
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27439: Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal to leave at end of season

Swansea City boss Carlos Carvalhal will leave at the end of the season with the club set to be relegated to the Championship. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ItE7at
5/10/201812 seconds
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27438: App technology allows medics to view 999 patients

The emergency services can assess how seriously ill a person is before setting off to the scene. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rAq8Fk
5/10/201811 seconds
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27437: Wimbledon: Andy Murray doing 'everything he can' to be fit - Judy Murray

Andy Murray is doing "everything he can" to come back from injury in time for Wimbledon, says mother Judy. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wtCdC3
5/10/201811 seconds
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27436: The moment Max gets his new heart

Max Johnson waited seven months for a heart transplant. Now he could change the law. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KbMMvz
5/10/20189 seconds
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27435: The verdict on West Ham’s stadium move from Upton Park to London Stadium

Two years after West Ham's final match at Upton Park, BBC Sport visits the Hammers' new London Stadium home to get the verdict on the controversial .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IdidoU
5/10/201815 seconds
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27434: Fining parents 'has no effect on school absence in Wales'

The number of unauthorised family holidays in Wales has increased since fines were introduced, a review finds. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wsHwS7
5/10/201811 seconds
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27433: Jojo Moyes steps in to save Quick Reads literacy scheme from closure

Jojo Moyes stumps up £360,000 to keep the under-threat Quick Reads adult literacy scheme going. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rwH1St
5/10/201812 seconds
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27432: The official briefing Tony Blair got on his first day in No 10

From not emulating Belgium's system of devolution... to the need to spend more on his and Cherie's clothes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wz6hMS
5/10/20189 seconds
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27431: Coronation Street's suicide storyline has 'helped' others

Actor Shayne Ward says many people considering taking their own life say they've been helped. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jNIcIX
5/10/201810 seconds
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27430: Danny Cipriani named in England squad to tour South Africa in June

Wasps fly-half Danny Cipriani is named in the 34-man England squad for the tour of South Africa in June, with Owen Farrell captain. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G0ThPm
5/10/201813 seconds
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27429: Women's Rugby World Cup: Format changes announced for 2021 tournament

Quarter-finals will be introduced and classification matches scrapped at the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup, World Rugby reveal. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I9qiL5
5/10/201815 seconds
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27428: Brad Shields: England set to call up New Zealand-born flanker

England look set to call up Hurricanes captain Brad Shields after New Zealand Rugby release him from his contract. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rwvVwv
5/10/201812 seconds
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27426: Backstreet Boys dress up as the Spice Girls in tribute

The boy band is back - and had an unusual tribute to the Spice Girls. It's like the 90s never ended. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wsWRCj
5/10/201811 seconds
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27425: Slough trading estate given protected status

Seventeen buildings ranging from schools to blocks of flats get protected status from Historic England. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KRwZ6m
5/10/201810 seconds
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27423: Kenya dam burst 'causes huge destruction'

A number of people are feared dead after a dam bursts in Kenya, officials say. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I2SP93
5/10/20188 seconds
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27424: Donald Trump meets North Korea detainees

The president will meet the three Americans at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IacPTo
5/10/20188 seconds
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27421: BT announces 13,000 job cuts

BT to axe about 13,000 jobs, most of which will be back office and middle management roles, company says Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I3d1aW
5/10/201811 seconds
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27420: News Daily: US detainees come home and Barbara Windsor illness

Your morning briefing for Thursday 10 May 2018. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wCsUjx
5/10/20189 seconds
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27419: 50 great World Cup moments: Frank Lampard's ghost goal against Germany - 2010

With 35 days to go until the 2018 World Cup, BBC sport remembers Frank Lampard's disallowed goal for England against Germany in the 2010 World Cup. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K57dKs
5/10/201818 seconds
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27418: Volcano erupts at end of man's garden

This Hawaii resident had a surprise when he returned home after fleeing the Kilauea eruption. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KQYuwD
5/10/20188 seconds
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27417: Bank of England to decide on whether to raise rates

A slowdown in economic growth seems set to delay any interest rate rise until at least August. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wssEDA
5/10/201810 seconds
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27416: Five to be charged with animal cruelty offences over fox cubs

Activists who installed hidden cameras say fox cubs were used to give hounds a taste for killing. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IoRCIC
5/10/201810 seconds
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27415: US detainees thank Trump and God for release from North Korea

The three men, freed from jail in North Korea, are flying home to be greeted by President Trump. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G1eBEw
5/10/201810 seconds
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27414: Malaysia's Mahathir Mohamad to become world's oldest elected leader

Mahathir Mohamad, age 92, will make a shock return to the leadership after winning the election. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K88fW8
5/10/201811 seconds
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27413: Gun crime: How do weapons appear on England's streets?

Offences are rising, having fallen for the past decade. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IuMvXw
5/10/20188 seconds
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27412: The adopted children confused by love

Children who have suffered abuse can often become distressed at the thought of being loved Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G0AXpH
5/10/20188 seconds
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27411: Why is there stigma around male baldness?

Scientists say an existing drug could one day treat baldness, but why do men try to "cure" themselves of it? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wsSfMp
5/10/201810 seconds
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27410: When Burnley was Britain's theatre capital

London's famous Old Vic theatre is 200 years old - but its company wasn't always based in the capital. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I7miuB
5/10/201810 seconds
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27409: Eurovision 2018: What these six UK entrants know now

With hindsight, would these six entrants still have entered Eurovision? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rx4e6N
5/10/20189 seconds
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27407: Meet the only female broker on New York's stock exchange

There's only one full-time female broker on New York's iconic stock exchange floor. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KQQ3l5
5/10/20189 seconds
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27408: 'I'm sad that I didn't have sex until I was 37'

Joseph didn't have sex until quite late in life - but he says his involuntary celibacy didn't make him angry towards women. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I6xhoc
5/10/201812 seconds
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27406: FGM: Dorset survivor says it shouldn’t be a taboo

Salimata was subjected to FGM in Senegal when she was five years old. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rzunRw
5/10/20189 seconds
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27405: Will Iran maintain its influence over Iraq?

Iraq is facing a pivotal election which could define how close its relationship with Iran is. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I7mfyJ
5/10/20189 seconds
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27404: Watch the other Harry and Megan walk down the aisle

You're cordially invited to the wedding of Harry and Megan. OK, it's not the royal couple. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IbUzsC
5/10/20189 seconds
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27403: What exactly is the Bank of England interest rate?

What exactly is the Bank of England interest rate? Well, for one thing, it could make your mortgage more expensive. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KLTNUS
5/10/201811 seconds
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27402: Brexit: Warning of rising food bills and disruption to supplies

Peers say it is "inconceivable" there will no be impact on supplies even with a trade deal with EU. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Kb8AaN
5/10/201811 seconds
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27401: Iranian forces 'fire rockets' at Israeli positions in Golan Heights

Israel's military says 20 rockets were fired at its positions in the occupied Golan Heights. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wpathO
5/10/201810 seconds
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27400: Call for new Oxbridge colleges for disadvantaged students

Call to expand Oxford and Cambridge universities to boost social mobility. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wC0vtV
5/10/20189 seconds
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27399: Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora and Calvin Harris jump up Sunday Times Rich List

Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora and Calvin Harris all rise up the Sunday Times Rich List. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8UENL
5/10/201810 seconds
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27398: EastEnders star Barbara Windsor diagnosed with Alzheimer's

The actress's symptoms of memory loss and confusion have grown worse in recent weeks, her husband says. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8IhS1
5/10/201810 seconds
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27397: RBS bank agrees $4.9bn civil penalty to end US probe

Royal Bank of Scotland settles in principle with US Justice Department for actions during financial crisis. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rDd827
5/10/201811 seconds
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27396: Digital revolution signals faster trains

Network Rail says a five-year scheme to replace ageing signalling marks a turning point for the UK. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KaKBIT
5/9/20189 seconds
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27395: Malaysia election: Opposition scores historic victory

In a dramatic comeback, former PM Mahathir Mohamad, 92, ends the ruling coalition's 60 years in power. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I9rEp1
5/9/201812 seconds
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27394: Rooney Rule: ECB to implement BAME policy after South Asian study

The England and Wales Cricket Board is to implement a 'Rooney Rule' for all coaching roles in the national men's, women's and disabled teams. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ws0I2z
5/9/201813 seconds
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27392: The Papers: Data 'U-turn' and 999 by video

Video 999 calls and a pause on the NHS sharing data with the Home Office make the front pages. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8Cbkp
5/9/201812 seconds
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27393: How this girl escaped from a carjacker

The thief ignored the girl's father banging on the window, so the 11-year-old took action herself. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryTsfo
5/9/20188 seconds
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27391: Hearts 2-1 Hibs: Neil Lennon to 'consider his future' at Easter Road

Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon says he will consider his future at the club after losing to Hearts and missing out on finishing second. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G0K9dG
5/9/201814 seconds
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27390: Asda scraps £99 petrol station deposit charge after complaints

The supermarket says it wants "to do the right thing for customers" after backlash. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I3YStZ
5/9/201810 seconds
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27389: Manchester City 3-1 Brighton & Hove Albion

Manchester City delivered another masterclass as they established a new top-flight points record with a comprehensive 3-1 victory over Brighton at .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ru8JOT
5/9/201814 seconds
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27388: Heart of Midlothian 2-1 Hibernian

Hearts beat Hibs to end their Edinburgh rivals' hopes of finishing second in a fiery affair at Tynecastle. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KaAp35
5/9/201810 seconds
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27387: Paul Pogba: French midfielder will be at Man Utd next season, says Jose Mourinho

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says he has "a feeling" Paul Pogba will still be at Old Trafford next season. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wuxmk0
5/9/201813 seconds
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27386: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Newcastle United

Tottenham secure a top-four finish and qualification for next season's Champions League with victory over Newcastle at Wembley. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rqrtzE
5/9/201811 seconds
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27385: Chelsea 1-1 Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town ensure Premier League survival with a draw at Chelsea - a result which damages the Blues' Champions League hopes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jH6jJi
5/9/201811 seconds
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27384: Crocodile attack bride: 'Every day I wake up happy'

Zanele got married to her partner Jamie days after losing her arm in a crocodile attack in Zimbabwe. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I2iChU
5/9/201810 seconds
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27383: World Cup 2018: Russia gives hooliganism assurances

About 10,000 England fans are due in Russia with authorities keen to avoid Euro 2016-style violence. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G1GAUn
5/9/201813 seconds
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27382: Beating baldness: How men came to terms with hair loss

Men who lost their hair early explain how they came to terms with their baldness in different ways. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rxiFaY
5/9/20189 seconds
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27381: Outrage over death of young French mother after ambulance call mocked

An audio of the operator ignoring the woman's plea hours before her death sparks outrage in France. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I6TO4h
5/9/201810 seconds
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27379: Baby dubbed 'little superhero' due to Batman-like birthmark

Four-month-old Natalie Jackson was born with a distinctive black birthmark covering a third of her face. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I3alu7
5/9/201810 seconds
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27378: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's waxworks visit BBC

This is what happened when the 'royals' turned up at London's New Broadcasting House. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jI8dJs
5/9/20189 seconds
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27377: Sir Alex Ferguson: Former Manchester United boss 'no longer needs intensive care'

Sir Alex Ferguson no longer needs intensive care after undergoing emergency surgery on Saturday for a brain haemorrhage, Manchester United announce Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K8vz6e
5/9/201815 seconds
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27376: Cinema fizzy drinks contain 'concerning' bacteria levels

A BBC Watchdog investigation tested hygiene standards at Odeon, Vue and Cineworld chains. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G0zZcW
5/9/201811 seconds
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27375: David Goodall: 'I no longer want to continue life'

The Australian scientist, 104, sets out his reasons for travelling to Switzerland to voluntarily end his life. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KMUlde
5/9/201812 seconds
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27374: Iran warns Trump: 'You've made a mistake' over nuclear deal

Leader Ali Khamenei also tells his government not to trust European leaders on the nuclear deal. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FYSWNe
5/9/201810 seconds
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27373: Angry Ed Miliband demands press inquiry

Ed Miliband says the government should implement part two of the Leveson inquiry into press standards. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K42x7R
5/9/20189 seconds
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27372: Sophie Lionnet: French nanny murder trial 'stranger than fiction'

The prosecution has begun its closing statement in the Sophie Lionnet murder trial. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FY0qzP
5/9/20189 seconds
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27371: Zimbabwe crocodile attack bride tells of renewed hope

Zanele Ndlovu reveals to the BBC the full horror of the attack - and how she found the strength for her wedding just days later. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jIvhHZ
5/9/201811 seconds
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27370: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry waxworks on BBC News Channel

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wax lookalikes paid the BBC Afternoon Live presenter a visit on set. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K5KLRt
5/9/201811 seconds
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27369: Ask The Host: How much help is Jeremy Clarkson's new Millionaire lifeline?

The show's reboot sees contestants able to ask Jeremy Clarkson for help. With mixed results. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Iph4hc
5/9/201812 seconds
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27368: Five controversial music videos

Childish Gambino's This is America has got people talking - which other videos have caused a stir? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rwIcjJ
5/9/20189 seconds
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27367: FKA twigs: Uterus tumours knocked my confidence as a woman

The singer says she was told the extra weight was like being six months pregnant. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rwlSHT
5/9/20189 seconds
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27366: Cliff Richard case: Helicopter shots 'used sparingly'

Footage of the police raid on the singer's home showed nothing that was private, BBC lawyers say. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KOVP6Q
5/9/201810 seconds
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27365: Visa clampdown 'hits cancer patients'

Cancer patients are being put at risk by tougher rules on immigration, say specialist doctors. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I1OS4B
5/9/20189 seconds
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27363: Giro d'Italia: Enrico Battaglin wins stage five as Simon Yates remains third

Enrico Battaglin produces a perfectly timed sprint to win stage five of the Giro d'Italia, with Britain's Simon Yates fifth. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rwNlIx
5/9/201814 seconds
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27364: Fake 'Islamic State' mall prank outrages Iranians

Actors dressed as militants caused both panic and bemusement at a Tehran shopping centre. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2G14S0L
5/9/20189 seconds
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27362: UK broadband speeds leap ahead, according to Ofcom study

Communications watchdog Ofcom says average download speeds rose 28% since its last yearly survey. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wu9lcW
5/9/201812 seconds
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27361: Government sees off press enquiry bid

The government heads off a Commons defeat on re-launching the Leveson inquiry into press standards. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I82Lu6
5/9/20188 seconds
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27360: Iranian politicians set fire to US flag in parliament

The public show of anger came after President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rwJw6a
5/9/20189 seconds
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27359: Asda petrol: Questions over pay at the pump charges

Consumer fury over a new holding 'charge' has been fuelled by confusion on social media. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wlzbjc
5/9/201810 seconds
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27358: Gina Haspel hearing: 9/11 'mastermind' asks to share information

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed asks to submit information to Gina Haspel's Senate confirmation hearing. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rw3nCG
5/9/201812 seconds
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27357: UK 'settles rendition case' with former Libyan dissident

Abdul Hakim Belhaj claims MI6 helped the US kidnap him in Thailand in 2004 to return him to Tripoli. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K7bkpt
5/9/201812 seconds
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27356: Brexit to 'force Airbus sat-nav work on Galileo out of UK'

An Airbus executive says future UK work on the Galileo sat-nav system would have to be moved to the continent because of Brexit. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I977kK
5/9/201811 seconds
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27355: Google bans abortion poll ads in Ireland

The search giant has blocked all ads relating to the Irish Republic's forthcoming referendum on abortion. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jJk0al
5/9/20189 seconds
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27354: Madrid Open: Britain's Kyle Edmund beats Novak Djokovic

British number one Kyle Edmund beats Novak Djokovic in three sets to reach the third round of the Madrid Open. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K75uEz
5/9/201811 seconds
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27353: Prince Charles and Camilla surprise newly-weds in Nice

Charles and Camilla met the newly-weds while touring a flower market in Nice. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KOQhJp
5/9/20188 seconds
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27352: Two guilty over girl's bouncy castle death

Two fairground workers guilty of manslaughter over death of girl, 7, on bouncy castle in Essex in 2016 Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rB39Lx
5/9/201812 seconds
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27351: Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict

Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit and the customs union - here are the key bits. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Ibazvf
5/9/201810 seconds
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27350: North Korea frees US detainees

Three Americans released by North Korea ahead of Trump-Kim talks, US president announces Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rsS9zM
5/9/20189 seconds
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27349: The Open Championship: Tiger Woods to play at Carnoustie

Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods will play at The Open Championship at Carnoustie in July. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IazRJB
5/9/201810 seconds
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27348: Sichuan earthquake: The ghost town visited by millions

The devastating Sichuan earthquake which struck 10 years ago left around 87,000 people dead. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FZIbdm
5/9/201810 seconds
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27347: Facebook and Twitter-inspired street signs in Oxford

The new signs include Snapchat End, Instagram Ave, Google Walk, Selfie Passage and WTF Lane. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K5pesa
5/9/201811 seconds
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27346: 'I was told I wouldn't see my 22nd birthday'

More UK Punjabis are reportedly seeking alcohol support after a survey found 27% had a family member with a problem. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ruYwSS
5/9/201812 seconds
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27345: Players Championship: Fitzpatrick 'just can't afford to miss the greens'

Matthew Fitzpatrick shares his diary with BBC Sport for the first time as the world number 38 prepares for this week's Players Championship at Sawg .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rxyVbd
5/9/201814 seconds
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27344: Concern for missing Indie band member

Scott Hutchison, 36, has not been seen since leaving a hotel in South Queensferry in the early hours. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rvlhW5
5/9/201810 seconds
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27343: BMW recalls 300,000 cars that risk stalling completely

The BBC's Watchdog discovers a fault that that cause some vehicles to shut down while being driven. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wqRKCL
5/9/201810 seconds
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27342: Penistone hammer attack: Dad's life sentence increased

Owen Scott tried to kill his children and step-daughter with a hammer then crashed his car at 92mph. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IqMgg0
5/9/201811 seconds
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27341: Brexit deals: How many will there be?

The European Parliament's Brexit co-ordinator believes there could be up to 20. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wpdTBj
5/9/20188 seconds
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27340: World Cup 2018: England to review penalty shootout plans in Russia

England manager Gareth Southgate is considering new approaches to penalty shootouts at the World Cup, including whether players practise them at al Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wqn0ld
5/9/201814 seconds
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27339: Beast from East bites into Greggs sales

The bakery chain's shares plunge after it warns that its profits could flatline in 2018. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KOdQSD
5/9/20189 seconds
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27338: University of Warwick suspends 11 students over rape jokes

The University of Warwick is investigating after screen shots of the group conversation emerged. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rv0aEl
5/9/201810 seconds
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27337: Italian Open: Serena Williams withdraws from clay-court tournament

Serena Williams withdraws from the Italian Open, five days after opting out of the WTA event in Madrid. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I5lLcB
5/9/201811 seconds
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27336: Mauricio Pochettino: Tottenham will 'die trying' to reach Champions League

Tottenham will "die trying" to qualify for the Champions League, says manager Mauricio Pochettino. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I25Kbt
5/9/201811 seconds
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27335: Meghan Markle waxwork revealed by Tussauds

The display will open to the public on 19 May - the day of the royal wedding. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K4CY6w
5/9/20188 seconds
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27334: HPV jab safe and effective, study finds

Trials show the vaccine is low risk and protects girls and young women against a virus linked to cervical cancer. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FWRKKg
5/9/201811 seconds
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27333: Belfast Marathon death: Stephen Heaney named

Mr Heaney collapsed at the Sydenham bypass, five miles into the race on Monday. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rvk3uS
5/9/20189 seconds
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27330: Katy Perry ends Taylor Swift feud with actual olive branch

The two singers have been feuding since a reported row over backing dancers. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rtxhHC
5/9/20189 seconds
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27328: Care homes firm Sunrise to refund 'up-front fees' to residents

Sunrise Senior Living will pay more than £2m after the Competition and Markets Authority stepped in. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KMzuH9
5/9/201811 seconds
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27329: Iran nuclear deal: What's next after US pulls out

With the US out, and Europe scrambling to keep Iran in, what's next for the nuclear pact? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rtjh0w
5/9/201810 seconds
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27327: Vodafone to buy Liberty Global European assets for €19bn

The UK telecoms group will acquire businesses in Germany, Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IauHh3
5/9/201811 seconds
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27325: News Daily: Iran nuclear deal and child mental health care criticised

Your morning briefing for Wednesday 9 May 2018. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KPqqku
5/9/20189 seconds
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27326: 50 great World Cup moments: Ronaldo's redemption at 2002 final

BBC Sport looks back on the 2002 World Cup final, where Ronaldo banished his demons from the 1998 final and scored two goals as Brazil beat Germany Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FYzWye
5/9/201816 seconds
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27324: Sepp Blatter opposed to joint World Cup bids amid 2026 proposals

Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter reiterates his view that World Cups should be staged in one country rather than co-hosted. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I8a1pU
5/9/201813 seconds
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27323: Iran nuclear deal: Powers seek to save agreement after US exit

Western leaders stress their support for the agreement after the US announced it would withdraw. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I0UbkX
5/9/201810 seconds
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27322: Pet shop bird thief tackled by 68-year-old

Lloyd Bremseth prevented someone from stealing a macaw from his pet shop in Los Angeles. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HZiWxD
5/9/20189 seconds
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27320: Trump lawyer Michael Cohen 'paid by Russia-linked firm'

Michael Cohen is reported to have received $500,000 from a firm with ties to a Russian oligarch. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KKUDkI
5/9/201810 seconds
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27319: Mental health plans 'failing a generation', say MPs

Government's child mental health plan leaves hundreds of thousands without proper care, says report. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IlIEfc
5/9/201810 seconds
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27317: London ranked top city for students

London has overtaken Paris and Montreal for the title of best student city, despite being so expensive. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FVUDuV
5/9/201810 seconds
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27316: Conchita Wurst: 'I want to be clear this is not a joke'

Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst says she still feels the need to prove she's more than a drag act. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Iq0BZW
5/9/20189 seconds
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27315: How many UK pensioners are working - and what are they doing?

A think tank is urging the government to collect National Insurance from workers over pension age. But how many actually have jobs? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IpLWOp
5/9/201812 seconds
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27314: England v immigration: A millennium of fears condensed

The issue of immigration to Britain is a fraught one. Was this always the case? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K5si7A
5/9/20189 seconds
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27313: The Ocado robot swarms that pack your shopping

A rare behind-the-scenes tour of Ocado's robot-run grocery-delivery operation. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jJCN5F
5/9/20188 seconds
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27312: The last king of Bulgaria

In 2001 Bulgaria’s former King Simeon II made a comeback by winning the country's parliamentary election. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I5R5I8
5/9/20189 seconds
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27311: Eurovision: Singer Jessica Mauboy explains why Australia is competing

So why is Australia in the Eurovision song contest? Jessica Mauboy explains. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IpLhwE
5/9/201810 seconds
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27310: Indonesian ecobricks: A new approach in its plastics 'war'

The boss of an Indonesian food factory is encouraging his community to creatively reuse plastic waste. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I6d6GG
5/9/201811 seconds
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27309: Fashion's lucrative love affair with Meghan Markle

From jewellery to bags, coats and dresses, the fashion industry is following Meghan Markle's every move Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I3EsNW
5/9/201810 seconds
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27308: Grenfell fire: Italian couple transformed into fairy tale heroes

An Italian couple who died in the Grenfell Tower fire become heroes in a new story book. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rtSukN
5/9/201810 seconds
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27307: Stephen Hawking: Ballot opens for Westminster Abbey service

Members of the public are being offered the chance to attend the event at Westminster Abbey. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2In9NhL
5/9/20189 seconds
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27306: Drug users in Scotland 'consume most cocaine' in one session

A survey finds Scots use more of the drug per session - and in Glasgow can order it "quicker than pizza'". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I6dbtY
5/9/201810 seconds
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27304: UK Punjabi alcohol support services 'see rise in users'

The reports follow a BBC survey suggesting 27% of UK Punjabis have a family member with a problem. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K7t1Wb
5/9/201811 seconds
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27303: Met Police 'gangs matrix' under investigation following report

Scotland Yard's Gang Violence Matrix is being investigated by the data watchdog. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I1rEvt
5/9/201810 seconds
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27305: Violence at Feltham prison drops after sweet rewards

Boys at Feltham young offenders institution in London are rewarded for good behaviour with confectionery. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FXaAAP
5/9/201810 seconds
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27302: Measures to tackle low pay exploitation published

Firms which exploit staff could face higher financial penalties and increased risk of prosecution. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KIQWfo
5/9/201810 seconds
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27301: Argentina seeks IMF aid financial aid 'to avoid crisis'

Talks to start on Wednesday, 17 years after Argentina's debt default and 12 years after the country cut IMF ties. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I2V9J9
5/8/201813 seconds
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27300: Northern Ireland: UK cabinet 'spat' over unsolved killings inquiry

Ministers raise concerns over plans to introduce a new body to look into unsolved Troubles crimes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FV7iyb
5/8/201811 seconds
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27299: The Papers: 'Bitter defeat' over Iran nuclear deal

President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal leads many of the front pages Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KKoA4o
5/8/201810 seconds
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27298: Madrid Open: Johanna Konta knocked out by qualifier Bernarda Pera

British number one Johanna Konta suffers another early tournament exit, losing to qualifier Bernarda Pera at the Madrid Open. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KMWoOC
5/8/201812 seconds
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27297: Brexit: Peers call for UK to remain in European Economic Area

Peers defeat the government as they support the UK remaining in the European Economic Area. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Inr2iX
5/8/201810 seconds
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27296: Iran nuclear deal: What now after Trump's decision to pull out?

The US president has put America's diplomacy on a collision course with some of its closest allies. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I6GRHB
5/8/201811 seconds
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27295: Iran nuclear deal: UK says it remains committed despite US exit

Theresa May, along with French and German counterparts, says she regrets the US decision to pull out. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jGFdll
5/8/201812 seconds
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27294: Andy Murray injury comeback likely to be delayed

Andy Murray's recovery from hip surgery has run into difficulty and it seems unlikely he will be able to make his comeback this month, says Russell .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jGfg5i
5/8/201813 seconds
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27293: Madrid Open: Kyle Edmund beats Daniil Medvedev to set up Novak Djokovic tie

British number one Kyle Edmund eases to victory over Russia's Daniil Medvedev to set up a second-round tie with Novak Djokovic at the Madrid Open. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HYExXb
5/8/201814 seconds
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27292: Eurovision 2018: Ireland through to final

The UK are automatically in Saturday's final as one of the "Big Five" countries. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KKfcxG
5/8/20189 seconds
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27291: Ryan Giggs: Sir Alex Ferguson has been the biggest influence on my career

Wales manager Ryan Giggs says it is now about "positive thinking" for his former club boss Sir Alex Ferguson. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wodcbj
5/8/201812 seconds
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27290: Boy wakes up just before his life support was to end

A 13-year-old boy regains consciousness just after his parents signed paperwork to donate his organs. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I1x7lM
5/8/201810 seconds
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27289: West Brom relegated from Premier League

West Bromwich Albion are relegated from the Premier League after Southampton won 1-0 at Swansea City on Tuesday night. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jFxVOS
5/8/201811 seconds
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27288: Ladies European Tour: Melissa Reid says players need part-time jobs to make living

Ladies European Tour players are having to take part-time jobs because "it's pretty much impossible" to otherwise make a living, says Melissa Reid. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IpCfzu
5/8/201814 seconds
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27287: Abrahams axed from shadow cabinet over bullying claims

Debbie Abrahams is "relieved" of her shadow cabinet post following a "thorough investigation". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rtJE6I
5/8/201810 seconds
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27286: Childish Gambino's new music video has sparked debate

His new music video has sparked debate because of graphic scenes of gun violence. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rtdh8O
5/8/20189 seconds
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27285: Cardiff council's Rolls Royce is driven once a year - to its MOT

Cardiff Council's 1963 Rolls Royce Phantom has only been driven to have its annual MOT. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ryDVwu
5/8/201811 seconds
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27284: Google AI to make phone calls for users

The search giant unveils an experimental tool that can make appointments by calling businesses. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HY5g61
5/8/20188 seconds
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27283: Trump pulls US out of Iran deal

"A decaying and rotten deal" - Trump says he will withdraw the US from Obama-era nuclear agreement with Iran Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KKZT8f
5/8/20189 seconds
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27282: How to explain Yankees-Red Sox rivalry to foreigners

The most intense rivalry in Major League Baseball will come to London in 2019. Here's what you need to know. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FYU5V6
5/8/201812 seconds
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27281: Ditch cranberry juice for urine infections

There is no overwhelming evidence that it will help, says the health body NICE in new draft guidelines. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I5foWF
5/8/20189 seconds
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27278: PM's portrait taken down after Oxford student protests

A picture of Theresa May has been taken down at the University of Oxford to protect it from protests by students. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jEM92m
5/8/201811 seconds
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27280: Tom Daley: World and Commonwealth champion to take a break for the remainder of 2018

World and Commonwealth Champion Tom Daley will take a break from competition for the rest of 2018. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Ip7j2k
5/8/201813 seconds
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27277: Dad shaves his head to look like his daughter with alopecia

When someone commented on the way that his daughter looked on a trip to the park, this dad had an idea. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KG4Fnr
5/8/20189 seconds
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27279: Players have 'concerns' about the ECB's proposed 100-ball format

Players have concerns but remain open-minded about the ECB's plans for a 100-ball competition, the Professional Cricketers' Association has said. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ImX5jf
5/8/201814 seconds
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27276: Zambia university apologises for 'half-naked' poster

A university library in Zambia has removed a notice telling female students to dress "modestly". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wqOlDU
5/8/201810 seconds
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27275: Giro d'Italia: Simon Yates up to third as Tim Wellens wins stage four

Britain's Simon Yates makes up ground on overall leader Rohan Dennis as Tim Wellens wins a tough uphill sprint on stage four of the Giro d'Italia. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rs0QJC
5/8/201815 seconds
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27274: Gwyn Williams and Graham Rix: Ex-Chelsea coaches face new racism claims

Ex-Chelsea coaches Gwyn Williams and Graham Rix face new allegations of racially abusing young players in the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FTwEwg
5/8/201814 seconds
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27272: 'Big hugs' note left for 'fantastic' ambulance service

Paramedics in Staffordshire returned to their vehicle to find a note saying they do a "fantastic job". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FVHuSu
5/8/201810 seconds
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27273: Dr Dre loses trademark battle with a gynaecologist called Dr Drai

The hip-hop star is told he can't stop a gynaecologist from using the name Dr Drai. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FUBw4p
5/8/201810 seconds
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27271: NHS: How much does it spend on the private sector?

NHS spending on the private sector was just over £9bn last year. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KNdOdY
5/8/20189 seconds
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27270: Review over forensic failures at Met Police

A review finds 33 criminal cases were wrongly investigated including sex attacks and violent crimes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2InuPNn
5/8/201810 seconds
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27269: Spider trained to jump on demand

This is a regal jumping spider, and there are no prizes for guessing what it's good at. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jJanbQ
5/8/20188 seconds
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27268: Audi admits more diesel emission problems

The German carmaker says another 60,000 diesel engine A6 and A7 models have emission software issues. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Io8iQn
5/8/201811 seconds
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27267: Chronic fatigue: I was 'held hostage by ME'

Six years after being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, Lizzie tells Newsbeat what it's like living with ME. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jFZtna
5/8/201811 seconds
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27266: Mark Dry: Hammer thrower in limbo awaiting hip surgery funding

Scottish hammer thrower Mark Dry is hoping to receive funding for a hip operation "as soon as possible". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IlAN19
5/8/201811 seconds
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27265: How is England's team taking shape for first Test against Pakistan?

Are England's players in form? Are they even playing? And who on the county circuit is pushing to feature in the first Test of the summer? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rtm362
5/8/201813 seconds
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27264: Russia: World Cup hosts fined for France game racism

The Russian Football Union is fined £22,000 for racist chants by fans in their friendly with France. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KKhaOE
5/8/201811 seconds
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27263: Ireland abortion poll: Facebook to block foreign ads

The social media site cracks down on foreign ads relating to Ireland's referendum on abortion laws. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KHspr4
5/8/201810 seconds
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27262: Joe Gomez: Liverpool defender to miss Champions League final and World Cup after ankle surgery

Liverpool and England defender Joe Gomez will miss the Champions League final against Real Madrid and the World Cup finals after having ankle surge Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KKqwtH
5/8/201815 seconds
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27261: Major League Baseball: London Stadium to host two fixtures in 2019

The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox will play two Major League Baseball regular season games at the London Stadium in June 2019. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FTLTW5
5/8/201815 seconds
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27260: Matthew Moseley: Oswaldtwistle shooting killer jailed

Matthew Moseley, 50, handed a shotgun to his son and urged him to "tell them you've done it". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wpqzIk
5/8/201811 seconds
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27258: Met Gala: The stories behind six of the most captivating outfits

Deconstructing six of the most captivating costumes at the annual fashion extravaganza in New York. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rqN1fk
5/8/201811 seconds
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27259: 'People stared and laughed and I don't want others to go through that'

Taunting someone facially different is a hate crime and campaigner Rory McGuire wants everyone to know that. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wjPI7a
5/8/201810 seconds
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27257: Soldier watches baby's birth on FaceTime after flight delay

A popular post about a solider FaceTiming his daughter's birth prompts others to share their stories Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KLX6eP
5/8/201810 seconds
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27256: What can millennials get for £10,000?

Millennials should be given £10,000 each, according to a report. But would it help? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2robOQm
5/8/201810 seconds
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27255: Met Gala: Cardi B, Elon Musk and all the bits you missed

Some of the highlights from the red carpet at the Met Gala 2018. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wnkrjJ
5/8/20189 seconds
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27254: Labour MP Heidi Alexander to swap Commons for City Hall

Heidi Alexander's move means there will be a by-election in her Lewisham East seat. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rssmH6
5/8/20189 seconds
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27253: Insurers pledge fairer premiums for long-term customers

Firms pledge a crackdown on "excessive" differences between premiums for new and existing customers. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KKQiOP
5/8/201811 seconds
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27252: Iran nuclear deal: Trump to reveal US decision ahead of deadline

The president is set to announce whether the US will walk away from the international nuclear deal. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wmRp3V
5/8/201810 seconds
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27251: Scotland call up six uncapped players for summer tour

Stuart McInally will captain Scotland for the June Tests with Canada, USA and Argentina, with six uncapped players in the touring squad. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K2UZlT
5/8/201812 seconds
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27250: Melania Trump faces new plagiarism row over cyber safety booklet

A cyber safety booklet released by the First Lady bears an uncanny resemblance to an Obama-era edition. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HVCUcC
5/8/201811 seconds
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27249: Anthony Yarde: From troubled beginnings to sporting excellence and boxing dreams

His athletic prowess has caught the eye in various sports, but European light-heavyweight champion Anthony Yarde has found his path. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FUL13o
5/8/201813 seconds
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27248: Lava swallows car in Hawaii

The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii started erupting on May 3 and has so far destroyed 26 homes and forced almost 2,000 people from their homes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ru7MWN
5/8/201812 seconds
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27247: Swansea City v Southampton

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Premier League game between Swansea City and Southampton. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jDGQAi
5/8/20189 seconds
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27246: How a spider jumps on its prey - science has the answer

Scientists hope to learn how to build tiny jumping robots - by studying an extraordinary spider. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K3KazT
5/8/201810 seconds
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27245: Belgian singer Maurane dies days after comeback aged 57

The artist was found dead at her home days after she returned following a two-year hiatus. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jF3Mz5
5/8/201810 seconds
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27244: World Championship: Mark Williams says third title is unbelievable

World champion Mark Williams says he "thought I was finished five years ago" and did not expect to win the title for a third time. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KGtwaC
5/8/201812 seconds
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27243: Laurent Koscielny: Arsenal defender set for six months out after Achilles surgery

Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny will be out for six months after surgery on a ruptured Achilles, says Gunners manager Arsene Wenger. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I3MWV9
5/8/201813 seconds
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27241: England v Australia: Tim Paine named ODI captain for five-match series

Test captain Tim Paine will lead Australia's one-day side during their limited-overs tour of England in June. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FUUE1W
5/8/201812 seconds
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27240: Oxford shooting: Stand-off between police and gunman ends

Shots were fired from a property in Paradise Square on Monday afternoon and officers returned fire. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wkUHEG
5/8/201810 seconds
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27239: News Daily: Rail fares reform promised and 'crazy' customs plan

Your morning briefing for Tuesday 8 May 2018. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jDHJbU
5/8/20189 seconds
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27238: 50 great World Cup moments: Mexico's Miguel Herrera steals the show - 2014

BBC Sport remembers Mexico's passionate manager Miguel Herrera, who stole the show during their 3-1 win over Croatia at the 2014 World Cup, with 37 .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I1AhC6
5/8/201821 seconds
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27237: England v South Africa: Eddie Jones to add attack coach for upcoming tour

England head coach Eddie Jones will respond to his side's poor Six Nations showing by bringing in an attack coach for the upcoming tour of South Af .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rs5et7
5/8/201814 seconds
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27236: Rise in children being 'farmed out' to care homes, MP says

Labour MP Ann Coffey says some children are being sent as far as 100 miles from where they live. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IjTsdQ
5/8/201810 seconds
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27235: Boris Johnson: No 10's post-Brexit customs plans 'crazy'

The foreign secretary criticises Theresa May's preferred option for a customs partnership. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FTU7xh
5/8/201810 seconds
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27234: Met Gala 2018: Celebrities share divine looks on red carpet

Stars gather for the highlight of New York's social calendar in outfits inspired by Catholicism. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rrTPZb
5/8/201811 seconds
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27233: Reality Check: Do UK supermarkets vary prices by area?

Can supermarkets compete with each other on price in local areas? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rucMue
5/8/20189 seconds
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27230: World Hacks: Volunteers with speed guns strike back

A growing movement in the UK is shifting the power of catching speeding motorists from the police to the people. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2JYO50T
5/8/201810 seconds
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27226: The asylum ‘lottery’ – an insider’s view

The Home Office denies taking "arbitrary" decisions on asylum cases to meet deportation targets, but one caseworker says staff are forced to rush t .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I0WgZR
5/8/201813 seconds
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27232: 'Not just for naughty boys': The rise in adult ADHD pills

More than 1.6 million prescriptions for ADHD medication were dispensed last year - double 10 years ago. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2JYj3pR
5/8/201811 seconds
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27231: Top brass: Defying budget cuts to save the school band

A Yorkshire primary fights to save its award-winning brass band. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rrolCF
5/8/20188 seconds
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27229: 'I sat across the dinner table from my mum's killer'

How a mother of six came to be killed by a convicted murderer who was released from prison. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FSpsjW
5/8/20188 seconds
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27228: Cannes Film Festival 2018: 10 films to watch

Spike Lee, Whitney, Star Wars and the Pope. All these and six more festival titles to look out for. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KGjwOu
5/8/201812 seconds
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27225: Cannes Film Festival rings in the changes

A selfie ban and a harassment hotline are among new measures to be introduced at the festival. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rqMIku
5/8/20188 seconds
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27224: A lazy person's guide to cutting plastic from your life

Psychology teacher Eleanor says she has saved money with minimal effort to change her buying habits. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2ImvC0R
5/8/201810 seconds
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27227: The battle of the gas-sucking mega giants is set to begin

As demand for natural gas continues to surge, huge extraction vessels are about to go into action. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jIE0K9
5/8/201810 seconds
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27223: Zimbabwe's women's anti-poaching group protecting elephants

Zimbabwe's armed female anti-poaching unit protect one of the biggest elephant populations in Africa. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rrIMQP
5/8/201810 seconds
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27222: New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman quits amid abuse reports

Eric Schneiderman quits after four women tell a magazine that he assaulted them. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jGlaDH
5/8/20189 seconds
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27221: Train tickets: Rail industry plans fares shake-up

Rail firms admit "anomalies" in the system mean passengers are not always offered the cheapest fare. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HWCoLA
5/8/201810 seconds
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27220: Barry Hearn questions mentality of 'soft' younger players

World Snooker supremo Barry Hearn asks if young snooker players are "settling for second best." Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HUOWmt
5/7/201810 seconds
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27219: The Papers: Rail fares 'overhaul' and cash for 25-year-olds?

Potential changes to rail ticket pricing and a possible windfall for millennials lead the front pages. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FToUdI
5/7/201812 seconds
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27218: Wet wipes could face wipe-out in plastic clean-up

The government says its plan to eliminate all avoidable plastic waste includes wet wipes. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FSrQr4
5/7/20189 seconds
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27217: World Snooker Championship: Mark Williams strips off in news conference

Watch as Mark Williams delivers on his promise of appearing naked in his news conference if he won the World Snooker Championship title. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FRdRS5
5/7/201813 seconds
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27216: World Snooker Championship: Mark Williams says he watched 2017 final in caravan

Newly-crowned world snooker champion Mark Williams reveals he watched last year's final in a caravan after missing out on the 2017 tournament. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wlM39c
5/7/201816 seconds
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27215: Charlie Adam: Stoke players 'getting away with murder for a long time'

Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam says "four or five" players at the relegated club have been "getting away with murder for a long time". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rsCj75
5/7/201812 seconds
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27214: Paris St-Germain v Les Herbiers: The biggest mismatch in history?

Paris St-Germain take on third division Les Herbiers in Tuesday's French Cup final - one of the biggest mismatches in football history. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wj0w5I
5/7/201813 seconds
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27213: Alabama 'miracle' boy awakes before doctors pull plug

The 13-year-old believes he was in heaven while unconscious, walking straight across an open field. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2roBL3g
5/7/201810 seconds
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27211: Italy faces fresh elections as coalition talks fail

Party leaders fail to reach agreement on a coalition government, paving the way for fresh elections. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I5tDe2
5/7/201810 seconds
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27210: Melania: 'Too often social media is used negatively'

First Lady Melania Trump unveiled a new programme aimed to tackle cyber-bullying among children. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K1BMRg
5/7/201810 seconds
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27209: Snooker World Championship: Best shots of 2018

BBC Sport looks back at the best shots of the 2018 World Snooker Championship at the Crucible, including a sensational semi-final effort from Mark .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rqdNDL
5/7/201815 seconds
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27208: Woman wins $1.2m on $18 Kentucky Derby bet

Margaret Reid correctly picks the winners on five horse races to rack up a stunning payout. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KI0mry
5/7/20189 seconds
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27207: Lebanon election: Hezbollah leader declares 'victory'

The militant Shia group and its allies are reported to have made significant gains in parliament. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jC4IUL
5/7/201810 seconds
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27206: Oxford shooting: Police and gunman in standoff

Police and the gunman exchanged fire after a shooting in Oxford left one person injured. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wkHtI7
5/7/20189 seconds
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27205: County Championship: Notts beat Hampshire to stay top of Division One

Division One leaders Nottinghamshire clinch a third win in four Championship games, despite Hashim Amla's century for Hampshire. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rqnvWQ
5/7/201813 seconds
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27204: World Championship final: Mark Williams closing in on third world title

Wales' Mark Williams leads John Higgins 15-10 and needs three more frames to claim his third World Championship title. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rspRVb
5/7/201813 seconds
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27202: Wealdstone shooting: Boy, 13, was 'innocent bystander'

The wounded boy was one of five people shot in London over a 24-hour period. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FQsEwv
5/7/201810 seconds
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27203: Man dies after collapsing at Belfast marathon

A man in his 50s has died after he collapsed at the Belfast marathon on Monday. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jE3WXo
5/7/20189 seconds
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27201: Prince Charles meets Nice terror attack victims' families

A man who attempted to stop the 2016 attack said the Prince of Wales called him "remarkable". Read more >> https://ift.tt/2roQzPe
5/7/201810 seconds
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27200: Tourism's carbon impact three times larger than estimated

A new study says global tourism accounts for 8% of carbon emissions, far larger than previously thought. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KDRUtn
5/7/201811 seconds
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27199: Bank Holiday Monday: 'It feels like we're living in Spain'

What do the people out in the record-breaking sunshine think of the weather? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KDHwSp
5/7/20188 seconds
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27198: Jay-Z's mum: ‘I was not free’ until I told son I was gay

The rapper's mum has said how supportive her son was when she told him she was gay. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KHPzxN
5/7/20189 seconds
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27197: Trump backs CIA nominee Gina Haspel after she offered to quit

The president defends Gina Haspel after she came under fire over controversial interrogations. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wqc72G
5/7/201811 seconds
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27196: Real Madrid 2-2 Barcelona: What can Liverpool learn from El Clasico?

Real Madrid showed their strengths and vulnerabilities in El Clasico - but what will Champions League finalists Liverpool have learned? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I0kiEq
5/7/201813 seconds
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27195: Putin's long, lonely Kremlin walk to Russian inauguration

Russia's Vladimir Putin walks down long Kremlin corridors to get to his swearing-in ceremony. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2rnqZu4
5/7/201810 seconds
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27194: Australia pledges cash to save declining koala population

New South Wales sets aside thousands of hectares of forest to secure the future of an Australian icon. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jzx565
5/7/201811 seconds
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27193: Tour de Yorkshire marshal: 'How did car miss me?'

Phillip Sullivan leapt to the side as a support car hit a traffic island where he was standing. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2JXZTjP
5/7/20189 seconds
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27192: Gogglebox dog dies leaving Malone family 'heartbroken'

Shaun has posted on Instagram that they have had to put down their pet dog Frank at the age of eleven. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2JWU6Lw
5/7/201810 seconds
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27191: Call for 'rights for grandparents' law

MPs want a change to the Children's Act to ensure extended family can see children after divorce. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FPvlhZ
5/7/20189 seconds
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27190: Sir Alex Ferguson: Manchester United's Phil Jones sends support to 'father figure' after brain ha ..

Manchester United and England defender Phil Jones sends his support to his former club manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who he describes as being like a .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2roGtxB
5/7/201817 seconds
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27189: Jack Butland: Stoke City keeper blames 'farcical' signings for relegation

Relegated Stoke's "farcical" signings of "players you cannot rely on" cost the club its place in the Premier League, says Jack Butland. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jBKZ7W
5/7/201814 seconds
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27188: Second raped teenager set alight in India

The girl is fighting for her life after the second such incident in Jharkhand state in recent days. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jC4SeS
5/7/20189 seconds
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27187: Air France shares drop sharply as strikes continue

The airline's shares drop 14% after the boss resigns and the government voices doubts over its future. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2jBmkjB
5/7/201810 seconds
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27186: Vuelta a Espana: Yorkshire cycling chiefs in talks to host start of event

Yorkshire cycling chiefs are in talks to host the start of the Vuelta a Espana after the success of the Tour de Yorkshire. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FRu8Xe
5/7/201812 seconds
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27185: Woman with Down's contributes to Alzheimer's research

Amy is part of a Cambridge University study to find a treatment for Alzheimer's. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wjn8mp
5/7/20188 seconds
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27184: Nestle pays Starbucks $7.1bn to sell its coffee

The Swiss consumer goods group has bought the rights to market the Seattle chain's products. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HXQ193
5/7/20188 seconds
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27183: Kilauea: Hawaii volcano destroys dozens of homes

New fissures open overnight as Kilauea volcano spews lava into residential neighbourhoods. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2JZhlV0
5/7/201810 seconds
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27182: UK parks boost quality of life by £34bn

It is also estimated green spaces save the NHS about £111m a year in prevented GP visits. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FPe8VK
5/7/201812 seconds
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27181: Beach lifeguards train volunteer lifesavers in The Gambia

The RNLI says it has trained hundreds of lifesavers from developing countries in Africa. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HVjip9
5/7/20189 seconds
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27180: Liverpool: Why Reds risk playing themselves into bad form - Jenas

Liverpool losing to Chelsea is not a problem, says MOTD2 pundit Jermaine Jenas - but the Reds performance must be a concern. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2JWgC78
5/7/201813 seconds
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27179: Garth Crooks' Team of the Week: Hegazi, Noble, Kante, Zaha, Aubameyang

Which player would Garth personally chauffeur to Spurs? Who leaves him almost speechless? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week and pick your .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HT8Q1e
5/7/201815 seconds
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27178: 50 great World Cup moments: Diego Maradona's great goal against Belgium - 1986

BBC Sport remembers Diego Maradona's superb second goal against Belgium in the Mexico '86 semi-finals, as we reach 38 days to go until the 2018 Wor .. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2IfKhev
5/7/201820 seconds
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27177: Gun violence on London's streets 'must stop'

The mother of a dead teenager pleads for an end to the violence after a spate of shootings in London. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FPNyMi
5/7/20188 seconds
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27176: Iran nuclear deal: Johnson tells Trump 'don't walk away'

The foreign secretary warns "only Iran would gain" if the "handcuffs" on its nuclear programme are taken off. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2robIJ9
5/7/201811 seconds
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27175: Vanilla price rise proves chilling for ice-cream makers

The higher cost of vanilla is proving chilling for an industry that relies on the exotic spice. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KIPs54
5/7/20189 seconds
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27174: Putin set to be inaugurated for fourth term as president of Russia

Vladimir Putin is due to be sworn in again as Russia's leader after 18 years in power. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2Im5hQA
5/7/201810 seconds
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27172: 'I've seen people hugging sculptures'

Why are people flocking to sculpture parks to see huge artworks in stunning outdoor settings? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FO6r1S
5/7/20188 seconds
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27171: Record-breaking temperatures forecast to end bank holiday weekend

The final day of the bank holiday weekend could see temperatures reach 28C in some parts of the UK. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FO9tU3
5/7/201811 seconds
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27170: May Bank Holiday: How does sunscreen work?

The early May Bank Holiday is predicted to be the hottest on record. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2KHKwNB
5/7/20188 seconds
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27169: Revealed: The most-streamed songs of the 70s, 80s, 90s and more

Ed Sheeran and Drake might dominate the charts - but what are the most popular songs of years gone by? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2FOmrRT
5/7/201812 seconds
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27168: Afrofuturism: Why black science fiction 'can't be ignored'

With the continuing success of Black Panther, "afrofuturism" is now more important than ever. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2HX3Lkp
5/7/201810 seconds
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27167: I sold all I had to go to Europe - now I'm home, and broke

More than 3,000 Nigerian migrants who failed to reach Europe have been flown home by the UN - leaving many unsure how to face their families. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2wjYfXN
5/7/201813 seconds
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27166: Could Trump's 'Space Force' become a reality?

"We're getting very big in space," says the US president. What would a new branch of the military do? Read more >> https://ift.tt/2I1grHf
5/7/20189 seconds
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27165: Can you make a community healthier?

Life expectancy in Fleetwood, Lancashire, is among the worst in the UK, with diseases linked to diet and drugs claiming lives. Read more >> https://ift.tt/2K0eOtJ
5/7/201811 seconds
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27164: How #HotPersonInAWheelchair is fighting hate on Twitter

A wheelchair user angered