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Former Grandstand host Frank Bough dies aged 87  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Former Grandstand presenter Frank Bough has died at the age of 87. The TV sports personality died on Wednesday in a care home, a family friend told the BBC.
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Amber Luke shares never-before-seen picture before spending 120k on body modifications and tattoos (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Amber Luke, from Brisbane, has shared a never-before seen picture of what she looked like before spending $120,000 on transforming her look from head to toe.
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Adele faces criticism from Saturday Night Live fans (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The singer, 32, hosted the most recent episode of the sketch show and received praise for her comedic skills.
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Trump and Melania pose with two children dressed as them as they welcome kids for Halloween party  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Donald and Melania Trump skipped passing out the candy at this year's Halloween celebration and waved to the trick-or-treaters instead at a down-sized event due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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10.1 million tune in to watch Strictly's first ever same sex couple, smashing last year's ratings (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The show raked in  1.6million more than 2019, suggesting that format is a comfort to amidst the pandemic. It was the second most-watched entertainment programme of the year.
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Hysterical Cardi B screams at cops to release her 'unarmed' husband Offset (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Cardi B confronted Beverly Hills police on Saturday after Offset was detained following accusations that someone waved a gun at Trump supporters. Offset was released without charge.
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Emilia Fox goes for a stroll after confirming she split from fiancé Luc Chaudhary (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Emilia Fox looked downcast as she strolled through a park in London on Sunday hours after she confirmed her split from fiancé Luc Chaudhary.
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Scotland prepares to strike it rich as its first goldmine opens... with £255m of the precious metal  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The Cononish mine, near Tyndrum in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, is due to start production before the end of November.
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Britain's first confirmed coronavirus case is cleaner from Essex, 51 (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Joanne Rogers, 51, from Colchester, Essex, became ill with flu-like symptoms in late January and spent two weeks in bed at home with the mysterious illness before being rushed to hospital.
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The cruel taunts that turned me into a rebel (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
DAVID WIGG: Two years ago Sir Cliff Richard played a concert at the Royal Albert Hall - a venue where he has performed more than 100 times over his 62-year career.
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ROBERT HARDMAN: Forget loo rolls... now we're talking turkey! (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
ROBERT HARDMAN: In short, two months from now, large parts of the country could be facing a Christmas with all the trimmings - but no turkey.
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DOMINIC LAWSON: Joe Biden is not anti British (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
DOMINIC LAWSON: The relationship between Joseph Robinette Biden and Boris Johnson will almost certainly not be as close as that between the Prime Minister and President Trump.
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EastEnders director sacked after turning up to work ahead of receiving a positive covid-19 diagnosis (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Joe Nugent, a first assistant director at the show, took a test for covid over the weekend of October 10. He then went into work as normal at the BBC's Elstree set in Borehamwood.
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French prosecutors probing Jeffrey Epstein widen probe to include Ghislaine Maxwell (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Investigators are looking into claims that convicted-paedophile Jeffrey Epstein raped and abused minors in the French capital. It has now been revealed that Ghislaine Maxwell is also being probed
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MGM quashes rumors it's seeking to release Bond movie No Time To Die on streaming VOD (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Bloomberg had reported that Netflix, Amazon and Apple had all been approached about the possibility of the movie being offered up for Premium VOD.
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Middle-class jobs bloodbath (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The number on the dole has already tripled in the hardest-hit towns and cities. In the ten worst-affected areas there are 138,000 on out-of-work benefits - 75,000 more than before the pandemic.
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Tampax slammed over tweet celebrating the 'diversity of all people who bleed' amid calls for boycott (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The tampon company tweeted in support of transgender people and insisted that 'not all women have periods', causing a backlash online by women who said they felt 'erased' by the message.
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ANDREW PIERCE: Claudia Webbe casts her net wide with second role (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
ANDREW PIERCE: Elected MP for Leicester East, Claudia Webbe, is working 15 hours a month as a councillor in Islington - where Corbyn is an MP and which is 100 miles from Leicester.
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Paul Burrell says Diana 'didn't regret' Panorama interview (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Princess Diana's butler Paul Burrell, 62, told The Sunday Telegraph he 'struggled to recognise' the picture of a 'naïve princess' in the Channel 4 documentary about her Panorama interview
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Boris Becker says he will clear his name amid allegations he hid more than £1 million (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Boris Becker, a German national, was declared bankrupt in June 2017 but is accused of not complying with obligations to disclose information. He says he 'believes in the British legal system'.
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Will we EVER learn to love the council flat kid who became F1's greatest driver? (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Even if you know nothing of Formula One and care still less for the high testosterone sport of motor racing, you will have almost certainly have heard of Lewis Hamilton.
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Get the soapbox... it's a big vote for cliches in this lame political thriller  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: As Oscar Wilde nearly said, to lose one character in a violent car accident is unfortunate. To do so twice in a single episode looks like careless driving.
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Allies say Boris Johnson 'WILL u-turn and provide more cash to feed poor children' (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Figures at Downing Street now say that work is being done on more support for eligible pupils outside of school term time.
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How to have the best sex of your life - after 50 (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Sex expert Tracey Cox reveals her sex drive disappeared when she hit the menopause, but explains how she learned to revive her libido and how to have the best sex of your life - after 50.
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Oxford vaccine 'will be ready by Christmas' says professor leading the hunt for coronavirus jab (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Medics and high-risk patients are likely to receive Oxford's Covid-19 vaccine before the end of the year, Adrian Hill, the professor leading the project said.
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GUY ADAMS visits stores in Wales to investigate bizarre new coronavirus shopping rules (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
GUY ADAMS: Socks were allowed, but not tights. Baby clothes could be purchased, but the aisle selling toddler gear was blocked off.
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Hospices are 'falling through the cracks' of coronavirus testing (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Staff in hospitals and care homes are offered weekly tests regardless of whether they have symptoms - but those working in hospices have been excluded from this pledge.
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12-minute Covid test expected to be available at Boots within weeks  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The test has proved 97% accurate and should be available within a fortnight. But the chain is also offering a 48-hour service from today and hopes 200 UK branches will have both by Christmas.
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Boom time for auction houses as lockdown Britons turned to online shopping for bargains (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Auction houses are seeing a post-lockdown boom with Zoom encouraging buyers. About 90% of lots at auctions are selling now - a rise of 30 per cent of what was selling before March.
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Brexit trade talks enter a make-or-break week as negotiators race to get outline of a deal in place  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
British and EU teams have agreed to extend 'intensive discussions', which have been taking place in London, until Wednesday. The talks were due to end on Sunday.
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No escape! Police in Wales set up to checkpoints to quiz motorists in essential trips crackdown (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Wales imposed a strict 17-day 'fire-breaker' lockdown on Friday which bars people from leaving their homes except for exercise, buying essential supplies or providing care.
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Hospital patients will be able to order food 24 hours a day following review led by Prue Leith (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
A blueprint for hospital catering has been issued by the UK Government following a year-long review led by Prue Leith. Kitchens will be upgraded so that food and hot drinks are available 24 hours.
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One in six doctors are catching up on their backlog of treatments caused by the coronavirus lockdown (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Just one in six doctors have started catching up on backlog caused by lockdown. More than 4.2m patients are waiting for hospital treatment, with 111,000 people waiting for longer than a year.
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Emmerdale's Johnny Leeze dies aged 78 after testing positive for coronavirus  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The actor's passing was confirmed by his daughter Holly who told the Daily Star her father died following a short illness two weeks ago.
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'They don't know what's going to hit them!' Trump rides through Maine in search of an electoral vote (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
President Donald Trump took his search for a narrow electoral vote path to victory to central Maine, where he toured an apple orchard and attacked the media.
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Countryfile star Kate Humble blasts coronavirus lockdown curbs (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Kate Humble has warned that the Government's 'disproportionate' response to coronavirus will result in a national mental health crisis.
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Woman paedophile convicted of being in child sex ring gets ban on contact with children overturned (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Monica McCanch, formerly of Ash, Kent, was jailed for six years in September 2007 after admitting four offences of sexual activity with a child and one of sexual activity in the presence of a child.
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SBS retake 42,000-ton oil tanker off the Isle of Wight in just SEVEN MINUTES (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The Special Boat Service landed 16 personnel aboard the vessel via air and sea following a ten-hour standoff, with two Royal Navy Merlin helicopters and two Wildcats used.
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Pubs spent £900m to make their venues Covid-safe but still can't let in drinkers (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Furious pubs, bars and restaurants spent spent more than £10,000 each on screens, masks and hand sanitiser before Covid rules changed and many can now only serve customers outside.
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Spain declares new State of Emergency set to last until MAY (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Spain's new state of emergency will initially last for 15 days but the Government plans to ask parliament for a six-month extension, meaning the restrictions could be enforced until May 2021.
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Britain's oldest person Joan Hocquard dies aged 112  (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Joan Hocquard, who was born during the reign of Edward VII in 1908, passed away yesterday at her home in Poole, Dorset at the age of 112, her family have confirmed.
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Post Office to scrap a THIRD of its 2,000 ATMs in new blow to elderly and vulnerable (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The Post Office is retaining 1,400 machines and has promised to invest £16million to equip them with technology. Cash can still be withdrawn over the counter at 11,500 post offices.
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Half of women fail to check for breast cancer (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Half of women fail to regularly check their breasts for signs of cancer, a study has found. One in ten have never looked for changes at all, according to a survey for the charity Breast Cancer Now.
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Britain records 19,790 more Covid cases and 151 deaths - more than DOUBLE last Sunday's total of 67 (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The 151 Covid-19 deaths across all settings - including hospitals, care homes and the wider community - reported today is the Uk's highest Sunday death toll since May 24.
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Twenty people are hurt including 11 taken to hospital after 14-car pile-up on M40 in Buckinghamshire (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
The incident took place on the M40 southbound between junctions 4 and 3, Handy Cross and Loudwater, at 5:44pm this evening. Seven ambulances attended, assisting 20 casualties.
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Would you pay £20,000 to save your pet's life? (Mon, 26 Oct 2020)
Nicki Dyson, 32, from Hull, is considering paying £20,000 to treat her beloved dog Narla who was diagnosed with a deformed elbow and leg joints.
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STEPHEN GLOVER: Do the right thing on free school meals... and see off Labour  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
STEPHEN GLOVER: Are the Tories being wrongly depicted as mean-minded by a devious Labour Party, which said yesterday that it intends to force a second vote on the issue this week?
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Photo reignites Melania Trump body double rumors as conspiracy theorists zero in on her smile (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The latest round of body double speculation was fueled by a photo of Melania and her husband Donald Trump boarding Marine One on Thursday on their way to the final presidential debate.
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Major General JAMES COWAN argues to support Afghanistan peace processes (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Major General JAMES COWAN: 'I am the son of a man who was injured in an IRA attack and yet champions the Good Friday Agreement.'
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Former Taliban fighters hired by UK charity to clear minefields in Afghanistan and paid £230 a month (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A British charity employs around 350 former Taliban insurgents to clear landmines in Afghanistan. The ex-insurgents are being paid £230 a month by The Halo Trust.
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Hunter Biden's alleged sex tapes uploaded on Chinese video site linked to Steve Bannon  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Multiple videos and images claiming to show Hunter Biden in sexually explicit scenes and using drugs were shared on Chinese video platform GTV, which is linked to Steve Bannon, Saturday.
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The one lesson I've learned from life: Jeffrey Archer says women are superior to men (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Sir Jeffrey Archer, 80, is a former politician-turned-author who has sold more than 275million books. He says women are superior to men and that it was a privilege to learn from his wife.
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Why the style set are flocking to buy Diana's woolly (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Princess Diana caused quite a stir when she stepped out in a sheep jumper for a polo match in the 1980s. The vintage garment has been reissued in a collaboration with Rowing Blazers.
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DR MAX PEMBERTON: Beware the picture of perfect motherhood posted by our super rich celebrities  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Dr Max Pemberton provided psychiatric cover to the maternity wing of a London hospital for several years. He explains how celebrities feed the myth that motherhood should come effortlessly.
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How we bagged our dream second careers with a 'minternship' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Research suggests 61 per cent of women are dreaming of a complete career change post-Covid. British women who've changed career in midlife reveal how they found success.
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Parents of boy, nine, killed by falling locker have describe 'worst nightmare' of losing son (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Leo Latifi, nine, was killed by a falling locker in Essex, on May 23 last year. His father, Eduart, 39, has described the horrific moment he found Leo pinned to the floor, covered in blood.
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Jobs boom at Royal Mail for Christmas period (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The FTSE250 business will take on two-thirds more posties and sorters in addition to the 20,000 employed in a normal year. Royal Mail is preparing for a flood of parcels.
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Irish police shut down illegal shebeen bar with pool table, 70in flat screen and five kegs of beer (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Irish police have shut down a fully operational unlicensed bar during a raid in Co Kildare. The illegal boozer near Athy was targeted by officers on Friday evening.
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Noel Gallagher 'breaks strict Covid rules to party with friends past 10pm' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The ex-Oasis frontman, 53, was spotted attending a 49th birthday party for his wife Sara at private members' club Laylow in west London at around 12.30pm on Friday.
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Prepare for Tier 4: Fresh plans to add an extra level of Covid restrictions (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Stricter Covid-19 measures could be brought in if the Government's Tier 3 restrictions fail to bring down infection rates. The North East is already living under tighter rules.
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Clarence House denies Prince Charles was a 'vociferous supporter' of Scottish nationalism as a teen (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Prince Charles, 71, was a 'vociferous supporter' of Scottish nationalism as a teen, and once chanted 'freedom for the Scots' during a mock election, royal expert Ingrid Seward claims in a new book.
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2020 election could have highest voter turnout rate since 1908 with 150million ballots (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The 2020 US election could have the highest voter turnout rate since 1908 with an estimated 150million Americans participating, account for about 65 percent of eligible voters.
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Cricketer Sir Ian Botham's granddaughter, 19, hopes to compete in Miss England (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Imani-Jayne Botham, 19, from Richmond, North Yorkshire, told The Mirror that her grandfather does not know 'the full extent' of her participation in the competition but she knows 'he'll back me all the way'.
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PM and Sunak 'at loggerheads over three-year funding package for the military' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced last week that the spending review was being pared back to a single year amid uncertainty about the government's finances due to coronavirus.
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Lawyer who overcame cancer drowned herself in a river after father died from covid-19, inquest hears (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Jane Macgregor-White, 55, died by drowning as a result of suicide in Guildford, Surrey, on July 8, just two months after the death of her father Ian MacGregor-White from covid-19, inquest heard.
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Angry protestors pelt riot police over new coronavirus rules in Rome  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
At least a month of new restrictions have been imposed across Italy to fight rising coronavirus infections, starting on Monday and lasting until November 24.
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Fury as it is revealed over 80s were not given potentially life-saving treatment during first wave (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A 'triage tool', drawn up at the request of England's chief medical officer, was used to prevent elderly Covid-19 patients from receiving ventilation in intensive care, reports the Sunday Times.
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Very chilled! Smiling polar bear lazily floats belly-up in a pool of water (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A polar bear has been pictured lazily floatating belly-up in a pool of water. The bear is just one year old and lives with its mother in a zoo in Hanover, Germany.
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Nazi wives: The bizarre romances of Hitler's henchmen and the women who fell in love with them  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Behind the steady flow of propaganda that filled Nazi Germany, its leaders were involved in debauched affairs and three-way relationships that their wives had no choice but to accept.
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Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner may NEVER be questioned (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Prosecutors investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann fear they do not have enough evidence to arrest Christian Brueckner, who was named as a suspect in June.
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Cardiff's streets lie empty on first weekend after country was put on 17-day 'fire break' lockdown (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Queen Street in Cardiff looked particularly deserted as all non-essential shops were shut down and boarded up with hardly any people were spotted outside.
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Law firm Joseph Hage Aaronson offers £30,000 for dog walker in job ad (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Joseph Hage Aaronson law firm, in Holborn, London, is offering £30k for the right candidate to walk a staff member's dog and work as a private assistant.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton looking for a new housekeeper who can 'exercise discretion' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Prince William and Kate Middleton posted the advert on the royal vacancies website, stating the couple are looking for a housekeeper who can 'maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion'.
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Princess Margaret's heirlooms that were sold for £14million by her son are up for sale again (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A collector who bought 50 items belonging to Princess Margaret at son David Linley's controversial 2006 auction is now offering them for sale again with altogether heftier price tags.
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Guy Mowbray DELETES his Twitter page after being 'hounded' for Marcus Rashford comments (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The 48-year-old has worked for the BBC programme since 2004 but his choice of wording when introducing the Manchester United forward led to him believing he has been 'hounded'.
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Thousands of protestors take to Bangkok streets after Thai Prime Minister ignored deadline to resign (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The rally took place on Sunday at the busy Rajprasong intersection, in the heart of Bangkok's shopping district with protester numbers swelling to several thousand after a few hours.
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Princess Estelle wears coat like her mother Crown Princess Victoria's (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Three generations of the Swedish royal family gathered to open a new road bridge in Slussbron, Stockholm, with Princess Estelle, eight, looking like a mini-me of her mother Crown Princess Victoria.
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I'm A Celebrity's rumoured stars arrive at West London studios for photoshoot (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The reported stars of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! 2020 were seen arriving one by one at a west London studio over the weekend.
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Over-65s were the only age group to become MORE active during coronavirus pandemic, says study  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Researchers from University College London (UCL) analysed data from people aged between 14 and 93, and found the pandemic has had an effect on exercise habits.
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Paedophile Fred Talbot pictured drinking alone in pub one mile from school where he abused boys (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Convicted paedophile Fred Talbot, 70, was seen drinking alone in a pub in Cheshire yesterday, less than a year after he was released from prison early. Talbot abused schoolboys in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Brits are spending THOUSANDS on 'wall fires' adapting to Tier 2 rules (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
According to The Sunday Times, retailers are reporting sales of £3,000 outdoor 'wall fires' are booming as Brits adapt to outdoor entertaining after Tier 2 restrictions were introduced.
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Hay Literary festival co-founder suspended over claims he bullied staff (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Festival head Peter Florence was suspended on October 1 when a formal complaint of bullying was upheld against him after grievance proceedings had taken place.
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Lewis Hamilton breaks Michael Schumacher's record for race wins at Portuguese Grand Prix (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
JONATHAN McEVOY: Lewis Hamilton broke the record of the most ever Grand Prix wins on Sunday, overtaking Michael Schumacher as he claimed his 92nd victory in Portugal.
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Saira Khan reveals Amazon hackers directed her skincare customers to German sex toy site (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Saira Khan, 50, wrote in her column for The Sunday Mirror that she was left feeling 'cheated, embarrassed and angry' after Amazon hackers directed her skincare fans to the sex toy site.
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Mayfair jewellery designerJessica McCormack 'still gets buzz' when celebs wear brand (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Mayfair jewellery designer Jessica McCormack has gathered a host of A-list fans including Meghan Markle and Victoria Beckham and told FEMAIL she 'still gets a buzz' when celebs don her pieces.
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Boris Johnson warned Sadiq Khan is making ministers look like 'clowns' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Boris Johnson has been warned that the mayor is being given free run to blame them for deeply unpopular ideas like extending the congestion charge.
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Ed Sheeran donates a whopping £200k to the school he met his wife Cherry Seaborn (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Ed Sheeran has donated £200k to the school he met his now-wife Cherry Seaborn.
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'Safe and effective' Covid-19 vaccine could be ready by the end of November (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Senior Trump adviser Dr Anthony Fauci says the UK and US will know if a vaccine is 'safe and effective,' by the beginning of December at the latest. Both countries have ordered millions of doses.
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Police confirm bar's 22'' pizza slices DO count as substantial meal after PCs said staff broke rules (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Staff at Common, in Manchester, said police initially told them the large slices of pizza which measure 11 inches in length were not substantial before they did a U turn on the decision
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Wealthy ex-pat 'stabbed wife to death shortly after having sex with her in frenzied knife attack' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Retired company boss Geoffrey Elton shut down the power, kicked his 15-year-old son out of the house and got rid of phones to slow the arrival of help, according to Spanish officials.
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One of Britain top restaurants ordered to tear down pergola after complaint it 'looks like a Jewson' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The wooden structure appeared outside the Dough and Brew and allowed diners to eat outdoors, but furious locals said it looked like a builders merchants.
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Mansion where Hollywood star Fred Astaire entertained guests including Churchill on sale for £9.5m  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The five-storey townhouse in Mayfair, which features five bedrooms, a games room and a home cinema, saw the Astaires host their high society friends including royalty, celebrities and aristocrats.
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Girl, six, who wouldn't look in the mirror due to a birthmark on her face now inspiring others (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Vitória Vasconcelos Esteves, six, from Rio de Janeiro, was born with a haemangioma tumour on her face and had low self-esteem until she started posing for photos, says her mother Rose.
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Covid-secure eating and drinking: The top restaurants and bars with heated terraces and blankets (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
From a pub in Sussex with corrugated pods to a hotel in Reading with a secret garden, and from rooftop bars in London to sea-view terraces in Dorset, Covid quaffing and dining can be done in style...
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Prince Charles nearly dropped Queen's crown on her coronation day (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Lady Anne Glenconner, 88, recalled on the My Life in Seven Charms podcast how a young Prince Charles nearly dropped the Queen's crown after it was placed on a table ahead of the Coronation.
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Mick Philpott 'flirted with women in mortuary' as he identified the bodies of five of his children (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Retired detective superintendent Paul Callum, who helped to lead investigations into the fire in Osmaston, Derby, said Philpott 'chatted up the mortuary technicians'.
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Australian women strip searched at Doha Airport after a baby's body was found in the bathroom  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The Australian Government has formally registered 'serious concerns' after the group were hauled off their flight to Sydney and strip searched at Hamad International Airport.
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Father protests in his PANTS at Tesco over Wales 'non-essential' items rule  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Chris Noden, 38, was stopped by security staff as he tried to push his trolley into the Tesco store in Newport, south Wales wearing just his boxers and a face mask.
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The crash diet: How I went from almost being killed in a car accident to riding a 100mile bike race (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A car crash last year left Jake Wallis Simons, from Hampshire, with multiple serious injuries and it took him four months to recover. A year later, he's ridden a 100-mile cycle race, coming in the top 40.
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A dash of Autumn colour: Red, pink and gold - bulbs to brighten up the dullest of spaces  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Nigel Colborn shares his advice for brightening up dull areas of the garden with bright Autumnal colours. He advises using small trees and shrubs for their reds, pinks and golds.
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Now that's a bright idea! (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
From a glass ceiling that lightens up a narrow kitchen to a powder room under the stairs, interior designer Beata Heuman's home is full of clever tricks that make the most of every inch of space
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Rene Macdonald: The designer making happy clothes cool again (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
With a roll call of celebrity fans, upbeat label Lisou is a cheery antidote to our times. Designer Rene Macdonald tells Laura Craik why her clothes have the ultimate feelgood factor
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Fashion: Yes YOU can... (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
...embrace the preppy trend. Fashion Director Shelly Vella goes back to school
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'When Brooke laughs, it's as if her dad is still alive' (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A widow at just 28 when her soldier husband was killed in action, Nikki Scott was blindsided by grief and loss. But she knew she had to carry on living for her baby daughter Brooke
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BANANARAMA: Peeling back the years. From number-one hits and that shock split to naked bodyguards (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward tell Kathryn Flett what it was really like to be the ultimate 80s girl group
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Horoscopes: Put your own needs first this week, Scorpio (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Scorpio 24 Oct-22 Nov Put your own needs first this week, even if it means losing a few friends. The Sun in your sign makes all things possible but other aspects warn that if you do too much...
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Elizabeth Day: This is the trashiest show on TV - and I love it! (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Few things have caused as much untrammelled fury than new Netflix show Emily in Paris
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ASK ZELDA: Our relationships expert Zelda West-Meads answers your questions (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
He still hasn't left his wife for me
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Great British Bake Off special: Pina Colada roulade  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Recipe from 2018 finalist Ruby Bhogal
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Susannah Taylor: How to be kind to your mind (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
The new unknowns mean more people than ever are feeling stressed. So what can we do to navigate potentially risky waters ahead?
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BARBARA AMIEL: Confessions of a High Society reject (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Ostracised by the Manhattan elite whose approval she craved - her revenge? A tell-all book that's got the super-wealthy clutching their pearls
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So you think you'd be good at knitting? (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Taking up a hobby always seems like such a great idea - until reality sets in, says Flic Everett
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Great British Bake Off special: Sticky gingerbread loaf  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A recipe from 2019 contestant Michael Chakraverty
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Great British Bake Off special: Triple-layer berry Victoria sponge cake  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A recipe from 2016 winner Candice Brown
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Great British Bake Off special: Wagon wheel biscuits  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A recipe from Paul Hollywood
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Great British Bake Off special: Salted peanut millionaire shortbread  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A recipe from 2017 contestant Liam Charles
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Beauty: Why I'm just wild about this bunch  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
All contain foraged plants that work wonders on stressed-out complexions
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Great British Bake Off special: Puits d'Amour ('Wells of Love')  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
A recipe from Prue Leith
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Great British Bake Off special: How's this for a showstopper!  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
As this year's Bake Off really hots up, why not test your skills with these favourite recipes from the judges and star bakers?
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Fashion: YOU will love... (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
...Joanne Toolan's pick of black and midnight blue hues
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Liz Jones's Diary: In which I can't stop worrying (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
I was browsing the internet, trying to find out if the Antipodean Hunk is married or with someone
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Welcome to the neighbourhood snitch, twitch & bitch club (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Neighbourhood social networks have been a great way to stay connected during the pandemic. But they're also the perfect place to rant and complain...
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Fashion: Wanted... (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
...the most stylish wardrobe in the West
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Tom Parker Bowles & Olly Smith: Eating out and drinks  (Sun, 25 Oct 2020)
Tom heads west for fine autumn ingredients served swellegantly straight from the farm while Olly picks the best spooky sparklers
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Maiden Voyages review: A watery in-between world where the usual rules didn't quite apply (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
During the 25 years between the sinking of the Titanic and the outbreak of the Second World War, thousands of women criss-crossed the Atlantic on the great ocean liners of the day.
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DEBORAH ROSS: Helen McCrory's a marvel in Roadkill on BBC1... but did David Hare do any research?  (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
Roadkill , the latest political thriller from David Hare, stars Hugh Laurie as shady Tory Minister Peter Laurence and Helen McCrory as the Prime Minister.
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From The Witches to The Mandalorian and His House: The best on demand TV to watch this week  (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
When Roald Dahl wrote his wonderfully scary children's novel about a coven of child-hating witches planning to turn all kids into mice, it was set mainly in England. Bournemouth, in fact.
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'It's not the jump that hurts,' Eddie Van Halen told me, 'it's the landing'  (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
I was very sad to hear that Eddie Van Halen, the world's greatest rock guitarist, has died aged 65 after a lengthy battle with various cancers.
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Donovan review: He is a likeable presence... but for half an hour his show is underwhelming (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
No man is an island, unless he's a singer at a socially distanced gig. Donovan is playing the Cadogan Hall, alone with his acoustic guitar.
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CRAIG BROWN: The Wilde confessions of 'an old freak on the Hollywood dust heap' (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
Actors' memoirs are invariably tales of triumph. There may be a few ups and downs, but when the curtain falls, the audience rises to its feet and delivers thunderous applause.
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From Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi to Peter Ackroyd, Phil Klay and Ian Rankin: This week's best fiction (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
Growing up with her extended family in 1970s Uganda, Kirabo wonders why she was abandoned by her mother. She seeks answers from the local 'witch'.
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Betrayal review: Directed with admirable clarity (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
Bath's exquisite Regency theatre is back in business. Hooray!
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How to prime your home for a sale: House prices are at a record high (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
Average house prices this week reached record highs, fuelled by the stamp duty holiday and a so-called 'race for space' as increasing numbers of us consider a change of lifestyle.
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Ooh la la! The French have raised the bar for interiors (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
From the high-waisted black culottes and white shirt combo effortlessly carried off by Emily's boss Sylvie, to flattering mid-century furniture, Emily In Paris's style encapsulates Parisian chic.
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Falling leaves aren't the only things that add glorious autumn colour to your garden, says Monty Don (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
British gardening expert Monty Don, shares his advice for adding colour to your garden with berries this autumn and advises cleaning slugs and soil off dahalias.
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Chili-shaped device reveals how hot a pepper is (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
The bright red Chilica-Pod device detects capsaicin, the active chemical compound in chilli peppers that gives them their palate-burning kick.
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Scientists use light-sensing protein to restore vision (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
Key to the process is a light sensing protein called MCO1 opsin, which restores vision when attached to retina bipolar cells at the back of the eye.
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Dog joins tug-of-war contest: Golden retriever helps its side to win (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
The pet abandoned its regular stroll as soon as it saw the tense game on a street of Chongqing, China, on Monday. It grabbed the rope with its mouth and helped its teammates to win.
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Chinese pensioners crawl 'like turtles' every day 'to live longer' (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
The elderly residents in southern Chinese metropolis Guangzhou claim the unusual moves, by crawling like turtles in the park every day, can help them stay fit and even live longer.
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Naughty puppy gets his head stuck inside a Halloween pumpkin (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
Australian shepherd dog Luke got stuck in a Halloween pumpkin at his owner's home in London, Ontario, when Rebecca Bowman went outside for a quarter of an hour.
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POPULAR  (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
Fans of The Island will love this Fifties-set sequel which follows some characters in the original blockbuster. This dramatic and absorbing novel abounds with Greek island atmosphere.
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Biography claims to understand Boris you need to know the secret of his father's bullying past (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
While unable to uncover any scandal - financial or sexual - relating to Boris Johnson, biographer Tom Bower did discover claims from his mother that his father Stanley hit her many times and broke her nose.
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PICTURE THIS  (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
During lockdown, Getty Images challenged people to recreate great artwork at home, with results such as this replication of Alonso Sanchez Coello's 16th-century painting,
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DEBUTS  (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
Three-fifths is the powerful story of a friendship between two young men comes garlanded with justified plaudits from the U.S.
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CLASSIC CRIME  (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
The bestselling of all bestselling crime writers, Agatha Christie is critic-proof. What then can usefully be said of the reissue of Death On The Nile, one of her best known titles?
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LITERARY FICTION  (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
Don DeLillo's latest book conjures up a global catastrophe, albeit in the form of a devastating power cut in Manhattan two years from now.
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MUST READS  (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
The Crown's historical consultant, royal historian Robert Lacey untangles fact from fiction, showing how imagined scenes can help bring emotional truths to life on the screen.
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WHAT BOOK would novelist Heather Morris take to a desert island? (Fri, 23 Oct 2020)
Heather Morris is half way through reading The Exiles by Christina Baker Kilne. The novelist revealed she would take Sole Survivor by Derek Hansen to a desert island.
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One woman, 23 lovers, no regrets: Author NELL DUNN reveals all about her muse and best friend Josie (Thu, 22 Oct 2020)
In her latest book, Nell Dunn reveals the fascinating life of the muse for her stories - her best friend Josie. After meeting her at Princess Margaret's wedding, Nell said she had found her voice.
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How the 'slackest generation' became our Second World War heroes (Thu, 22 Oct 2020)
Historian Gavin Mortimer spent his whole life interviewing survivors of the war and identified 12 key characteristics he believes saw them through the war, including stoicism, fellowship and ingenuity.
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