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George Floyd protests: Vigilante tries to stop a bank robbery (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
It came as protesters in California, New York and Washington DC have confronted and stopped looters from ransacking stores during protests demanding justice for the killing of George Floyd.
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MEAT and greet! Britain is set for a 77F scorcher today as barbecues resume (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
With beaches and parks again swamped as people take advantage of the sun, Business Secretary Alok Sharma was forced to deny there is a 'dash' to get the country back up and running.
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Looters trash Soho: Smashed windows at Gucci, Chanel and Bloomingdales in NYC (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Soho in New York City was ravaged by looters on Sunday night who smashed the windows of luxury stores like Gucci, Chanel and Bloomingdales .
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George Floyd death: Derek Chauvin moved to secure prison (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Derek Chauvin, 44, was arrested Friday on charges of third-degree murder and manslaughter for the slaying of George Floyd,which has sparked violent protests and will appear in court Monday.
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Cops clash with protesters and cars are set on fire on sixth night of George Floyd protests (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Chaos has continued to unfold in at least 140 cities across America marking the sixth evening of demonstrations decrying the police killing of black man George Floyd.
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British photographer covering rioting in New York is held in custody for 12 hours (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Adam Gray, 33, a New York based photojournalist had been capturing the social unrest. It comes after President Trump tweeted that the press were the 'enemy of the people'.
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The REAL test of IKEA! Flat-pack fans form giant queues at furniture store as it reopens in Wembley (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The car park at Ikea in Wembley, north London, which was until recently a coronavirus test centre, was full of customer cars this morning.
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Coronavirus England: Government gives details on lockdown ease (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Groups of up to six people from different households are allowed to meet socially or to play certain sports under a partial relaxing of previous rules which only allowed two people to meet.
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Coronavirus UK: Contact tracers say the system is 'shambolic' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The NHS Test and Trace system for England went live on Thursday, four days ahead of the billed start date of June 1. Some of the 25,000 employees say they have had no positive cases allocated to them.
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TikTok user goes viral with clever hack which reveals how to tie your shoelace (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Hannah Warling, from LA, racked up over 31,000 viewers with her simple alternative to tying your shoelaces - which takes just three seconds.
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Alexander Armstrong says Dominic Cummings had 'a look of Sharon Stone' at school due to blonde hair (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The comedian, 50, who lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and four sons, attended Durham School and was two years above the Prime Minister's balding aide, 48, reports the Daily Telegraph.
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Coronavirus England: Experts warns end of shielding is 'rushed' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Dr Stephen Griffin, associate professor at the University of Leeds, said the Government allowing the most vulnerable to leave home 'seems to lack any obvious rationale'.
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Serial burglar is jailed for two years after squawking parrot wakes homeowner during house raid  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Jake Fletcher, 24, from Newport, South Wales, who was jailed for three house burglaries on the same street last year, was met by the squawking parrot as he entered the final house.
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Surrey Police mock supercar driver for crashing his McLaren worth £150,000 into wall in 40mph zone (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The motorist left the 204mph McLaren 570S embedded in bricks as he stood next to the wreckage with a woman in Staines, Surrey, late last night (pictured).
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Charlotte Church urges parents to keep their children at home (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The 34-year-old mother of two's extraordinary Twitter outburst came despite the singer living in Wales where schools will remain closed until September.
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Five new drugs to be trialled on NHS Covid-19 patients  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The medicines will each be tested on 60 NHS patients across the UK in the Government-run ACCORD trial. Bemcentinib was the first drug to be selected.
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Moment idiot tombstoner hurls himself 200ft into the sea from Durdle Door (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
This is the shocking moment a tombstoner jumped from a 200ft rock into the sea and was pulled from the water with a broken back.
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Woman reveals how she turned her tiny outdoor space and into a little piece of heaven (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Levi Horton, from Wigan, told the Facebook group We Love Mrs Hinch how she and her partner Levi transformed their outdoor space with fake grass and wooden pallets, to create decking and planters.
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West Yorkshire boy, 7, becomes Britain's youngest drug dealer (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
A boy of seven from West Yorkshire has become Britain's youngest drug dealer after he was questioned over dealing an unnamed drug. The child could not be charged however, due to his age.
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PIERS MORGAN: Trump fiddles in his bunker as America burns with rage over George Floyd's death (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
PIERS MORGAN: Nothing quite prepared me for the undiluted horror of seeing George Floyd being slowly murdered by a white policeman on the streets of Minneapolis.
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Ring camera captures talented coyote playing golf in a backyard putting green  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Ring-camera footage filmed a coyote playing with a golf ball by throwing it into the air and pouncing on it as it landed. The coyote played all over the private putting green in Tarzana, California.
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Chinese employees are forced to eat live worms after failing to hit their sales targets  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Footage uploaded by a self-proclaimed employee shows a staff member holding the wiggling insect in her palms as another worker wolfed it down with water while covering her mouth in disgust.
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Amazon delivery driver says prayer for baby boy whose medical supplies she is delivering  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Delivery driver Monica Salinas, 41, was captured saying a prayer for nine-month-old Lucas Pearson on his parents' porch in Nampa, Idaho, as she left essential medical supplies at their door.
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Police issue urgent appeal to find missing nine-year-old girl who vanished from her home today  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Police have issued an urgent appeal to find a missing nine-year-old girl who vanished from her home today. 
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Siblings who were BOTH abandoned in red tartan bags reveal shock at finally finding each other (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
David McBride and Helen Ward are seen meeting for the first time after the show helped them find one another. Speaking on This Morning today, the siblings explained they were the product of a 40-year affair.
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Iranians are told to 'prepare for the worst' as country faces second wave of coronavirus (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The Islamic Republic, one of the worst-hit countries in the Middle East, started easing its lockdown in April after a drop in deaths.
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Marine species are edging closer to Earth's poles at an average pace of 3.7 miles per year (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Analysis by French researchers have revealed that marine species are migrating northward around six times faster than their land-based counterparts.
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South Africans line up down the street to buy alcohol as country ends two-month drink ban (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Footage and images from outside the stores across South Africa show people lining up in their dozens this morning and emerging from the shops with crates of beer, wine and spirits.
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Chinese state media accuses the UK of waging a technological Cold War on Beijing (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The Global Times blasted Britain's 'Cold War-style' move after Downing Street reportedly sought to form a '5G club' of 10 democratic countries to reduce its reliance on the Chinese telecoms giant.
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Ken Francisco de Dios Apologises after being slammed for 'wearing blackface' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Influencer Ken Francisco de Dios, from the Philippines, has apologised after sharing a Black Lives Matter post, in which he appeared to be wearing blackface.
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Can YOU spot the worm among the birds in this tricky puzzle? (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Players around the world are challenged to find the worm hidden among this feathered flock in a new tricky puzzle created by website Nest Friends, which helps parents teach children about birds.
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Virgin Atlantic A350 captain asks travellers to 'buy airline tickets like you bought toilet paper' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Australian Captain Chris Pohl, 56, who has been flying for 38 years, posted a picture of himself holding up a piece of cardboard carrying the message to his Instagram profile. It's had over 4,100 'likes'.
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is suffering from 'respiratory problems' in Belmarsh prison (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Julian Assange was unable to appear in court via video link from Belmarsh Prison this morning as he has been suffering from 'respiratory problems for some time,' his lawyer said. Assange faces extradition to the US.
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King of Bhutan releases the first photos of his three-month-old son (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, 40, and Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan shared their first photos as a family-of-four on Facebook yesterday to mark the queen's 30th birthday.
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Plans for 14-day quarantine 'will kill travel industry' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The 'blanket' proposals for arrivals to the UK are coming under increasing fire amid claims that are unnecessary and unenforceable.
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Sun unleashes its biggest flare since 2017 - suggesting it might finally be 'waking up' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) spotted the 'strongest flare since October 2017' on May 29, suggesting it may be entering a new solar cycle.
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Britain reopens for business: Huge queues form at IKEA as customers return (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Outdoor markets and car showrooms will reopen from this morning as the Government urged Britons to act 'sensibly' as they enjoy a host of new freedoms. Pictured: Market in Leicester today.
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Horse, greyhound and pigeon racing returns today - but with events held behind-closed-doors (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Jockeys will be wearing face masks today as horse racing returns behind closed doors in light of the government's easing of coronavirus lockdown measures.
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Ready meal sales slump as shoppers cook food from scratch (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Supermarket sales of frozen food soared by £194 million as families across the UK took the opportunity in lockdown to hone their culinary skills and make dinners from scratch.
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Orphaned gorillas pose for selfies with their carer in the Democratic Republic of Congo  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The snaps were taken by Patrick Sadiki Karabaranga, 39, who is the guardian of orphaned gorillas in Virunga national park in Rumangabo, Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Man's hack reveals how to seal the carton properly to keep food fresh  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
A genius hack for folding a cereal box in a way that will keep the top sealed was shared on social media platform TikTok but the footage has divided opinion.
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Defunct Sussex Royal loses 200k followers as they stop posting updates  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's defunct Instagram account has dropped to 11.1 million followers following their retreat from the limelight in March. 
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Ocean's Eleven-style gang member who stole £4m gems from Mayfair jewellers jailed for four years (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Mickael Jovanovic, 27, was part of a crack team of criminals who tricked staff at the upmarket Mayfair jewellers Boodles into handing over some £4million worth of gems.
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The world demands justice for George Floyd: Thousands of protesters from Berlin to New Zealand (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Thousands rallied outside the US embassies in London, Copenhagen and Berlin, chanting 'I can't breathe,' the words Floyd gasped as a white cop knelt on his neck in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Ariana Grande marches through Beverly Hills as Lizzo and Nina Dobrev join Black Lives Matter protest (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
'All throughout beverly hills and west hollywood we chanted, people beeped and cheered along. we were passionate, we were loud, we were loving. cover this too please. #BLACKLIVESMATTER'
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F1 star Lewis Hamilton hits out at fellow drivers for 'staying silent' in George Floyd racism row (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Six-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has hit out at the Formula One community over a lack of racial diversity amid the George Floyd protests happening this weekend. 
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Terrifying moment girl, 14, risks her life by tip-toeing 30 ft up along the top of Sandsfoot Castle (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The girl walked along the top of a narrow uneven wall, seemingly not worried about the 30ft drop below her, after being egged on by a group of three friends who watched from the ground.
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The Wolseley founder Jeremy King says waiting staff in PPE spoils 'magical experience' for diners (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Jeremy King, 66, who co-founded popular central London celebrity haunt with his business partner Chris Corbin, told The Times he anticipates reopening on July 4.
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Killing Eve fans are 'floored' by season finale that ended on an emotional final scene (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
SPOILER ALERT: The 'will-they-won't-they' storyline that dominated the plot of this series came to a head between Villanelle (Jodie Comer) and Eve (Sandra Oh) in the final episode.
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Bizarre 'asteroid' with a TAIL of gas spotted orbiting the Sun 'a simple comet' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Scientists discovered stellar object 2019 LD2 sharing an orbit with Jupiter earlier this month and thought it was a unique crossover between an asteroid and a comet. It's just a comet.
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Upmarket chip shop owner grabbed partner round the throat 'and called police officer a gorilla' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Rupert Pendered, the owner of upmarket fish and chips restaurant Chipping Forecast, attacked Timothy Haigh in their apartment in Notting Hill, west London.
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How to track down old bank accounts to see if you're due a windfall (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Culture secretary Oliver Dowden said the government would take millions from dormant bank accounts, meaning some may be looking to see if they are due a windfall too. We reveal how.
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Six-year-old boy drowns in faeces after slipping into latrine pit at his home in Moldova (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Beniamin Osipciuc fell into the latrine at his home in the town of Hincesti last Tuesday. His brother and sister could not hear his screams because the latrine's walls were made of concrete.
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Trump bashed Democrat-run cities burned by rioters and demands more National Guard be activated (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with Democratic mayors and governors across the country who he feels are not taking enough action to stop violent rioters.
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Young birds that spend longer with their parents are more intelligent (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Team of scientists spent years following families of Siberian jays, in Sweden, and New Caledonian crows, off the coast of Australia. Fledglings that stayed with their parents for longer were smarter.
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Viewers praise 'inspirational' conjoined twins, 18, who refused to be separated (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Channel 4's Two‌ ‌Sisters,‌ ‌One‌ ‌Body‌ follows Carmen‌ ‌and‌ ‌Lupita, 18, from Connecticut, as they prepare to leave school and navigate adulthood, which includes learning to drive.
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Prince Charles' goddaughter India Hicks remembers her tough boarding school days (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
India Hicks, 51, who was a bridesmaid Diana's wedding shared a throwback picture of herself as a little girl, remembering how she was just 10 when she arrived at her first boarding school.
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Girl, four, is raped and murdered before her body is dumped down a well (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The child was raped on Thursday night and her body was discovered in a well on Friday morning in Chhatarpur in the northern state of Madhya Pradesh, police said.
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Girl, 16, is hacked to death with a machete in honour killing 'by her two "outraged" brothers' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Rosmini binti Darwis was killed on the island of Sulawesi last month after she confessed to an affair with a 45-year-old relative. Her brothers, Rahman, 30, and Surianto, 20, have been charged with murder.
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Coronation Street filming to resume NEXT WEEK without older cast members (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Cast will return to set on Tuesday June 9 to produce new episodes, with a plan to make enough shows to continue airing three episodes a week to ensure the soap remains on-screen in July.
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Saudi sheikh 'sent 17 cheques that bounced' as casino pursued him for £2million gambling debt  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Sheikh Salah Hamdan Albluewi, 52, who is accused of failing to settle his £2 million gabling debt with Les Ambassadeurs Club in Mayfair, 'sent 17 cheques that bounced', the casino has claimed.
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Ministers refuse to commit to closing 'blatant' loophole (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Ministers have refused to commit to closing the 'blatant' loophole that allowed a gambling firm to dodge a £3.5million fine after an addict's suicide. 
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Going grey can be REVERSED, study claims (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Researchers from Columbia University found the process of going grey can be reversed in hairs that have only recently turned grey.
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Scots government encourages taxpayer-funded bodies to use 'loophole' to furlough public sector staff (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Historic Environment Scotland, which runs Edinburgh Castle, and Sportscotland are among those which have furloughed workers despite receiving millions in state grants.
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US pro-runner secures new world record for the fastest mile run in blue jeans - 4 mins 6 seconds  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Middle-distance runner Johnny Gregorek, 28, beat the world record yesterday running in a pair of Levis in New York. His efforts raised more than $35,000 for a mental health charity close to his heart.
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Manchester mum shares sick troll's messages to disabled son urging him to 'kill himself' (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Simon Bradley, from Manchester, was born with a condition that has left him with mental and physical disabilities. When he tried to share his experience with the condition online, a vile troll began to abuse him.
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Family of Liverpool fan who died of Covid-19 after 'catching it at final match' demand inquiry (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning beside her son Jamie, Mary Mawson, from Kirkdale, Merseyside, demanded a full inquiry into why the game was allowed to go ahead.
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Mischievous boy, four, is rescued by kind stranger after he gets stuck inside a tree (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Finley Ibrahim, four, was exploring the woods in Eastham Country Park, Merseyside, with his mother and two of his brothers when he slithered into a hole in a tree trunk and couldn't get back out.
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Golden retriever puppy chases her own lead (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Jeeya, a 13-week-old golden retriever, came back from a walk in Alberta, Canada, and chased her lead around her owner's kitchen island while it was still attached to her.
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Looking at your phone while walking will be ILLEGAL under new laws being considered in Japan (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Councillors in the city of Yamato are set to vote on a proposal to ban the activity after research reportedly showed that too many people were looking at their phones while walking.
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the best wine to drink with your favourite pizza (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Ben Revell, founder of Winebuyers.com - an exclusive club which delivers cases to your door - shares his suggestions for the perfect wine and pizza combos with FEMAIL.
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Britons WILL be able to fly to Greece this summer after the UK was initially blacklisted (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Britain has 13 high-risk airports including Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted. But Edinburgh, which before the pandemic had direct flights to Greece, is not considered high-risk.
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Hope the Hainan Gibbon can be saved from extinction  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The Hainan Gibbon is an ape only found on the forested Chinese island of the same name and in the 1970s the worldwide population was less than ten.
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Cornish village store tells residents they will only be served if they meet guidelines (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Downderry Stores, a village shop in Downderry, near Torpoint, in southeast Cornwall, issued a set of guidelines to Facebook, in order to 'keep our community and employees as safe as we can'.
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Coronavirus patients can suffer from shortness of breath and fatigue for MONTHS (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Boris Johnson raised fears for his health in his first Downing Street briefing after being let home from ICU following his Covid-19 battle, with his opening remarks punctuated by strained inhalations.
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Daughter jailed for attacking her father with Dr Martens boots, sledgehammer and a meat pie (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Widower Keith Hindley from Manchester was stamped on or kicked up to 15 times. Claire Hindley was also made subject of a five year restraining order.
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Kate Middleton, Sophie Wessex and Camilla join voices as they call people across the UK (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Kate Middleton, Camilla and Sophie Wessex took part in the NHS Volunteer Responders programme, which is coordinated by the Royal Voluntary Service (RVS), People magazine reported.
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Tory advantage over Labour stabilises after Dominic Cummings row (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
YouGov research put the Conservatives up one point on last week at 45 per cent, when the furore over the maverick No10 chief's trip to Durham during lockdown was at its height.
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DOMINIC LAWSON: At last, we're showing backbone against thugs in Beijing over people of Hong Kong  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
DOMINIC LAWSON: At last, our Government is displaying a backbone - and a sense of honour - in its dealings with Beijing. Pictured: Dominic Raab on the Andrew Marr Show.
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Couple who won £101m Euromillions jackpot were tied up and attacked by burglary gang (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
David and Angela Dawes, became Britain's seventh biggest winners after landing £101million in 2011. They were tied up with cable ties and subject to an attack at their East Sussex home last April.
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2.4 MILLION patients are caught in coronavirus cancer backlog (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Almost 2.5million patients have missed out on vital cancer tests and treatment because of the pandemic. The NHS faces the shocking backlog of cases as it tries to return to normal.
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The camera DOES lie! Influencers reveal how they really look (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Social media star @Coeyyyy, who uses the Chinese-based social platform Xiaohongshu, or RED, looked startlingly different in the 'before and after' photos shared on Bored Panda.
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How to recreate Millie's Cookies personalised giant biscuit at home (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
The team behind The Big Bakes, a British company that runs baking competitions, have shared a recipe to bake and decorate Millie's Giant Cookie's in twelve simple steps.
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Home cook reveals how she makes an oozing baked Camembert in her budget Aldi air fryer (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
An Australian woman has shared how she baked Camembert cheese in an Aldi air fryer to create a quick and easy meal. On Facebook, others recommended adding honey or almonds.
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Will I lose my deposit if I back out of a new-build home purchase? (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
As property prices are expected to fall as a result of the coronavirus I do not want to complete the transaction and buy the property.
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Extinct plant thought to have died out in the 1980s is found blossoming on Macquarie Island (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
A critically-endangered herb once thought extinct on sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island has been found growing at a new location as the world-heritage site continues its rabbit-free recovery.
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Mother, 33, with Huntington's disease says she doesn't remember the birth of her children (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Charlotte Smith, 33, from Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire, told FEMAIL she was diagnosed with the hereditary disease in August 2018 - after inheriting it from her dad.
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Reporter rolls her eyes after cross about cinemas opening in Adelaide cut short for US riots  (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Sky News Adelaide bureau chief Emily Burley was presenting in front of Adelaide's Palace Nova Cinema on Monday morning when she was cut off by the network's Sydney studio.
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Britons lack sex during lockdown and today it becomes illegal with someone from another household (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Six-in-ten Britons haven't had sex during lockdown a new study reveals today - as new guidelines come into force making the chances of a fling even less likely.
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Semi-truck barrels into George Floyd protesters marching on Minneapolis interstate   (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Video captured the massive rig speeding down the I-35W bridge in Minneapolis at about 6pm local time Sunday as protesters taking up all lanes of traffic fled out of its path.
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Personal trainer, 33, shares the 15-minute at-home workout that will blast your entire body (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
An Australian trainer has shared a 15-minute workout she swears by for toning the entire body, as new research reveals that half of all Australians are working out less than they were before lockdown.
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Mum reveals how she de-cluttered her butler's pantry and turned it into a streamlined space (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
A mum with an eye for interior design revealed how she de-cluttered her butler's pantry and turned it into a streamlined space on a tight budget. The Australian woman shared how.
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ANDREW PIERCE: Boris Johnson is every inch a hero to David Cameron's rich pal (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
ANDREW PIERCE: After refusing to sack Dominic Cummings for allegedly breaking lockdown rules, Boris Johnson appears to have lost the support of a number of disgruntled Tory MPs.
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Senior officer at nuclear police force faces the sack (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Supt Glenn McAleavey, Force Firearms Officer for the Civil Nuclear Constabulary allegedly wore the ribbons on his tunic, despite never having served in either war zone.
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Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays of art dies at the age of 84 (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Christo, an artist best known for his temporary installations based on wrapping the exteriors of landmark buildings, bridges and outdoor spaces, died on Sunday in New York.
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Play Your Cards Right with no dolly dealers? What would Brucie say! (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Host Alan Carr stumbled over this difficulty straight away in a faithful but plodding take on Play Your Cards Right, the first in his revival series Epic Gameshow (ITV).
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Rick Stein takes an axe to his restaurant empire with plan to close several eateries (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Rick Stein and his ex-wife Jill have drawn up plans to close several of his 14 restaurants, including two at the heart of his Cornish operation.
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Help your immune system to pack a punch (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
As many of us venture out into the world once more after so many weeks of lockdown, it can be tough to balance that heady mix of excitement to get back to some kind of normal.
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GUY ADAMS examines the life and times of Elon Musk (Mon, 01 Jun 2020)
Yesterday, a 19-hour flight followed by a flawless piece of zero-orbit parking saw the Space X capsule reach its destination some 262 miles above Earth at the International Space Station.
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How to dress like a grown up with Shane Watson: Your perfect staycation dress? Think 70s maxis!  (Sun, 31 May 2020)
Shane Watson took inspiration from the Luisa Beccaria show for embracing this seasons's 70s maxis trend. British fashion expert suggests opting for styles with a V-neckline.
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The one lesson I've learned from life: Chris Packham says shout above the noise   (Sun, 31 May 2020)
Chris Packham CBE, 59, who lives in the New Forest, is best known for hosting Springwatch. He says he's had to shout louder and more frequently about climate change and conservation.
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UK announces official daily Covid-19 death toll of 113 - the lowest since lockdown (Sun, 31 May 2020)
Today the Department of Health reported the lowest figure in almost ten weeks. However, the weekends always see a significant drop in deaths due to a lag in reporting.
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Quiz to guess the price of these log cabins (Mon, 20 May 2019)
How many of the half a dozen log cabins in our quiz can you get right, with values ranging from £25,000 to an impressive £1million.
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Fashion: YOU will love...  (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Florals can flourish in all areas of your life - from bags, dress and bikinis... to perfume and even vodka tipples
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Travel: Skipping along the boardwalk at the new Faarufushi Resort, Maldives (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Hidden away on a remote coral island in the Raa Atoll region, Faarufushi started welcoming guests in March this year
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Fashion: In full bloom  (Sun, 19 May 2019)
From ditsy sprigs to hothouse head-turners, florals have never looked fresher  
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LIZ JONES’S DIARY: In which I end up in A&E (Sun, 19 May 2019)
I ask you. Is this scenario normal? Every morning, when I put my knickers on, I think to myself: ‘Would these be OK if I end up in A&E?’
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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum is a massively overlong film where an awful lot of people die (Sat, 18 May 2019)
By now, a resourceful teenager – probably living in his parents’ basement in the United States – knows exactly how many people are killed in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum .
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From Aladdin in cinemas to Matthew Bourne's Romeo & Juliet and Al Murray's tour, 7 Unmissable Events (Sat, 18 May 2019)
Get ready for A Whole New World as Disney’s latest live-action remake finally arrives in cinemas. Guy Ritchie directs a cast led by Will Smith as the Genie.
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Death Of A Salesman at the Young Vic has a great cast but it's an evening of groaning length   (Sat, 18 May 2019)
Arthur Miller and Americans are over here. At The Old Vic there is Bill Pullman and Sally Field in All My Sons.
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The eccentrically compelling burlesque La Grand Macabre is a milestone in modern music theatre (Sat, 18 May 2019)
György Ligeti’s eccentrically compelling burlesque Le Grand Macabre , with an overture played by 12 car horns, and here sung in English, is a milestone in modern music theatre.
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Rod Stewart can still dish up disco hits to order, but his heart seems to be in Celtic soul (Sat, 18 May 2019)
Some rock stars, as they get older, turn into the embarrassing parent at a teenage party. Sir Rod Stewart, now 74, is the embarrassing grandad.
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The Painted Hall fails to inspire anything like the awe that Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel does (Sat, 18 May 2019)
Well, there can be no faulting the PR campaign.
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Greenhouses, bedding plants, mowers – they were all born in the Victorian era (Fri, 17 May 2019)
British gardening expert Monty Don grew up in a home with a Victorian garden which had circular borders filled with bedding plants and a coke-fired greenhouse.
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HEALTH: Don’t let hay fever get up your nose  (Fri, 17 May 2019)
Hay fever can turn calm, usually robust people into runny-eyed, blotchy-faced, antisocial wrecks who stay inside on sunny days then sneeze themselves awake at night
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Beauty KnowHow: Summer’s most seductive spritz (Fri, 17 May 2019)
Legendary French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld has named her new fragrance line after former lovers. Spicy? You bet…
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Corrections & clarifications  (Thu, 16 May 2019)
Articles dated 2 and 15 August claimed that Interpal, a charity supporting Palestinians, funded a 'hate festival' in which children acted out the murder of Jews.
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BEAUTY CLINIC: Restoring brow zing! (Thu, 16 May 2019)
My brows used to be dark which matched my hair but that’s gone grey and when I use a dark brow colour it looks a bit dark to me
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Corrections & clarifications (Tue, 14 May 2019)
On 13 January 2017 an article headed 'Lawyer at top firm Linklaters is accused of subjecting a fellow train passenger to 90-minute 'torrent of abuse'
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Clarifications and corrections  (Mon, 13 May 2019)
An article of 12 April reported on claims carried by the Sun newspaper that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had ‘banned’ employees from using a car park adjacent to Frogmore Cottage.
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Lee Majors on Farrah Fawcett and working at 80 (Sun, 12 May 2019)
JIM WHITE: It is hard to exaggerate what a figure Lee Majors, now 80, cut in his Seventies heyday. As Colonel Steve Austin, the Six Million Dollar Man, he was every teenage boy’s fantasy hero
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'My brain froze and I felt my innards start to self-combust with terror' (Sun, 12 May 2019)
The Chase is filmed at the same studios as GMB, so we opted to hang around and tape it a few hours after coming off air. That, it transpired, was a big mistake
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Some juicy summer beauties, and all for under a tenner! (Sun, 12 May 2019)
The coals have already fired up at Smith Towers and the hunt for summery reds is upon us. I’ve tasted some real beauties under a tenner this week
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DEBORAH ROSS: Hokum? Yes. Was I hooked? Definately (Sun, 12 May 2019)
Line Of Duty, you have let me down, and have let all of us down. Line Of Duty, we have sat through so much. What is it now? Five series and 30 episodes and 762 ways of prefacing ‘fella’?
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Cleaning up? Not this robot (Sun, 12 May 2019)
The price of robot vacuums has remained eye-wateringly high. The Deebot 710 offers ‘proper’ cleaning on a slightly more reasonable budget
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Liz Jones's Diary: In which I find a kindred spirit (Sun, 12 May 2019)
I decided to write this column about the TV series Fleabag. I hadn’t been watching it as I was worried it would be too funny and make me feel even more of a failure
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Elizabeth Day: 'My life in jeans – it’s complicated'  (Sun, 12 May 2019)
J Alfred Prufrock famously measured out his life in coffee spoons – I have a different metric. I can measure out my life in pairs of jeans
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HOROSCOPE: You can set an example, Taurus (Sun, 12 May 2019)
You can’t change the world but you can change yourself and, if you are in the right place at the right time this week, your efforts will have a positive effect on the lives of many.
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Where were you when... Bucks Fizz won Eurovision? 4 April 1981 (Sun, 12 May 2019)
Michael Hogan recalls the quick costume change that popped the judges’ corks 
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Beauty Knowhow: Six new tool kit picks (Sun, 12 May 2019)
These are my latest favourites – they all play a part in my routine 
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Small space… big ideas - interiors guru Lynda Gardener shares clever design tricks (Sun, 12 May 2019)
'White is my go-to,’ says Lynda. ‘It has become my trademark. When I bought this studio in my early 20s, it had dark wood floors and colourful walls
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Fashion: Why don't YOU try (Sun, 12 May 2019)
Understated elegance in tailored navy and cream
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There’s the right red for every one of us, says YOU’s beauty director Edwina Ings-Chambers (Sun, 12 May 2019)
For me, and surely most women, there are no two words more possessed with the promise of glamour than ‘red lipstick’. Perhaps it’s all the Saturdays I spent watching old movies
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Event reveals 2019’s most fabulous festivals (Sun, 12 May 2019)
From the Isle Of White Festival and Glastonbury to the Hampton Court Palace Festival, 2019 has incredible choices for the country's festival-lovers
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Fashion: You will love (Sun, 12 May 2019)
From sellout sandals to delicate lingerie
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Fashion: Travel Light (Sun, 12 May 2019)
Easy, breezy, stylish and sustainable...meet Marks and Spencer's summer holiday heroes
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Trevor Eve reveals the midlife mental collapse that left him needing decades of therapy (Sun, 12 May 2019)
In his early 40s – Trevor Eve is now 67 – his life ‘stopped, literally stopped’ with a collapse so catastrophic he had to have daily psychotherapy
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Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer on how emergency illnesses drew them to fishing (Sun, 12 May 2019)
Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer reveal how their life-threatening heart operations inspired the quirkiest show on TV...
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The Hustle starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson is unambitious and disappointing (Sun, 12 May 2019)
In this new era of gender equality in the film industry, it is of course quite right that there should be a female remake of the popular 1988 comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
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Five former Laureates reveal their favourite children's book (Sat, 11 May 2019)
It’s 20 years since War Horse author Sir Michael Morpurgo and the poet Ted Hughes dreamed up the idea of a Children’s Laureate to inspire and entertain young readers
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From The Lehman Trilogy to Emma Thompson on TV and a Henry Moore show, 7 Unmissable Events (Sat, 11 May 2019)
Tickets are selling fast to catch Simon Russell Beale, Ben Miles and Adam Godley in this Sam Mendes-directed epic, now in the West End.
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Hugh Bonneville looks the part as Lewis in Shadowlands, but he exudes a bland Lord Grantham (Sat, 11 May 2019)
Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville is the latest to play the tweedy academic C S Lewis, author of the Narnia chronicles.
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Culture in Milton Keynes is no longer a laughing matter with the newly expanded MK Gallery (Sat, 11 May 2019)
There were a few chuckles 18 months ago when Milton Keynes launched a bid to become 2023’s European Capital of Culture.
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Lip-smacking Mekong magic... in a Soho pub (Sat, 11 May 2019)
I’m not sure why I’m quite so mad about the Mekong. It’s not the longest river on Earth, nor the widest. But this south-east Asian waterway had a hold on me way before I ever actually saw it
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The Romeo reverend who conned his way round the world (Sat, 11 May 2019)
We still take an interest in the juxtaposition of virtue and vice, and, in the public imagination, vicars still represent old-fashioned rectitude in a way that, say, bank managers no longer do
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Michael Fabiano's debut album Verdi Donizetti is a first-class visiting card (Sat, 11 May 2019)
It is often said that the worst advice you can give anyone is to be yourself. But on the evidence of this fine debut album, it’s not true for the young American tenor Michael Fabiano.
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Hugh Jackman may not be the greatest showman, but he proves a consummate entertainer (Sat, 11 May 2019)
'I’m shameless,’ says Hugh Jackman, and who are we to argue. The opening night of his world tour is yet young, and already his manly Antipodean chest is busting out from his shirt.
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Event’s Olly Smith on his corking time with the stars (Wed, 08 May 2019)
didn’t really know what a podcast was when my producer Richard Hemming first suggested ‘A Glass With…’ as a way of interviewing celebrities
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Frank Skinner reveals he will be joking about his son in his new stand-up show (Tue, 07 May 2019)
For Frank Skinner, stand-up’s coming home. After half a life on television and a decade on the radio, the British comedian is returning to his natural habitat.
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Elizabeth McGovern on why she quit predatory Hollywood for the stage & her role in the Downton movie (Tue, 07 May 2019)
Elizabeth McGovern is the Hollywood ingénue who threw away a glittering career and superstar fiancé in Tinseltown. But she got a second shot at fame after taking on a role in Downton Abbey.
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