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 'What a ridiculous thing': Boris Johnson hits out at Naga Munchetty' (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Boris Johnson today branded Naga Munchetty's interview questions 'ridiculous' after the BBC Breakfast presenter quizzed him about whether he believes he's 'relatable'.
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Comedian Al Murray urges GMB viewers to sign up to blood stem cell register (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The comedian, 51, said the six-year-old was suffering from juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia, an incredibly rare form of the blood cancer that only 12 British children are diagnosed with each year.
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Scientists use a space based radar to discover the size of nuclear tests (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Using a space-based radar, scientists found that the North Korean tests at Mount Mantap had a yield of 245 to 271 kilotonnes and had managed to shift the mountain by a few metres.
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Countess Bathurst opened curtains at stately home to find a shocked burglar, who is now locked up (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Lady Sara Bathurst, 54, was terrified to find 20-year-old Thomas Trickey inside her Cirencester Park mansion. The burglar was sentenced to 20 months in a young offenders institution.
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More torrential rain causes new flooding, landslides and railway chaos (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The Environment Agency (EA) has posted 147 current flood warnings - in which immediate action is required. Pictured is a flooded car in Birmingham last night.
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Doctor Foster creator gives update on highly-anticipated third series (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Mike Bartlett, 39, from Oxford - creator of the hit BBC drama 'Doctor Foster' - said that he was proud of the ending of series two, but said he would revisit 'the right story at the right time'.
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Horse trainer, 55, hanged herself after son drowned in suicide (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Faith Done, 55, was gripped with grief following the death of Alastair, 26, and had been struggling to cope. She was found dead by her husband in the hallway of her Cheshire home last May.
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Brexit Party rages at Tories for trying to make its candidates stand down (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Alexandra Phillips launched a furious attack on the Conservatives for behaving like 'feudal overlords' after some hopefuls quit at the last moment to avoid splitting the Eurosceptic vote.
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Woman, 57, fraudulently claimed £47,000 in benefits over five years (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Julie Hooper, pictured right, with her partner Patricia Harrison, left, outside Minshull Street Crown Court in Manchester failed to tell authorities of her change in circumstances when she got married.
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Homebuyers sue the owners of a £1m barn conversion after they failed to tell them about nearby hotel (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Philip Ash, 66, and his wife Elisabeth, 62, advertised their property as 'a stunning barn conversion with excellent equestrian facilities' set in the countryside near Buckland village, in Oxfordshire.
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Is this the world's cutest dog? Oliver the puppy is Instagram star for resemblance to a teddy (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Lovable Oliver is an eight-month-old Spitzpoo puppy, bred from German Spitz Klein and Toy Poodle parents, hailing from Oslo, Norway and has attracted more than 60,000 followers on Instagram.
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Hong Kong cleaner, 70, dies after being hit in the head by a brick thrown by 'masked rioters' (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The elderly sanitation worker was on a lunch break on Wednesday when he was hit by 'hard objects hurled by masked rioters', police said. Officers are treating the case as murder.
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I'm A Celebrity: Ian Wright and Jacqueline Jossa balance on a perilous platform for first challenge (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! stars are set to face the show's most terrifying challenge in history, as they balance on a teetering platform at the very top of a 300ft tall skyscraper.
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GMB's Charlotte Hawkins laments having to miss daughter's first nativity play because of election (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The GMB presenter expressed frustration on Twitter about missing her daughter's performance. Celebrities and other Twitter users jumped in with suggestions and comments
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Bride-to-be, 37, wakes up from surgery to find doctors had amputated both of her legs (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Tina McCue, 37, from Staffordshire, says she is determined to walk down the aisle at her wedding after she had both legs amputated from complications during an operation.
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Are restaurants following the trends of coffee shops by releasing festive menus? (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Zizzi, Pizza Express and Bella Italia are all releasing festive menus this year, with burger chains such as Shake Shack, Bills and Giraffe getting in on the action too.
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'We will get the numbers down': Boris Johnson pledges to reduce 'very high' unskilled immigration (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The Prime Minister said he was 'a pro-immigration politician' but said that current levels were putting a 'strain' on public services and held down wages.
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Housekeeper reveals Brit White Helmets founder James Le Mesurier's final days (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
James Le Mesurier visited Buyukada Merkez medical centre on Sunday after his housekeeper found he had high blood pressure and he was feeling stressed, tense and unwell, the housekeeper said.
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Sarah Ferguson wants Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson and Julianne Moore to play her in The Crown (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The Duchess of York, 60, is said to be a huge fan of Eleanor Tomlinson 27, who played Demelza in ITV's Poldark, and reportedly loves the idea of the actress portraying her in The Crown.
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High-speed car chase which led to Birmingham gang feud murder (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Keanu Bedward, 25, shot 28-year-old Remal Hunt after a 'chance meeting' when one pulled up next to the other in his car in the Erdington area of Birmingham.
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Gender fluid ex-officer hails the British Army 'one of the best LGBT employers in the UK' (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Married Julie Miller, 61, (pictured) form Dorset, who has two children, revealed her true identity as a transgender woman after being inspired by soldiers injured in battle.
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Businesswoman, drunkenly vandalising her sister-in-law's home after being left out of family will (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Janette Higginson, 56, of Manchester, would harass her sister-in-law Tracey Dunphy and her husband Michael over the inheritance and even falsely accused them of burgling her home.
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Woman's Tinder date bragged about his finances before being forced to ask his dad to pay for date (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Emma Louise Sanders, 30, of Rainham, Essex, recalled how the man, who was not named, ordered rounds of drinks at an upmarket London restaurant - before finding himself short
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Weeping mother holds her unconscious son in the street after a valve plummeted on his head (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
A Chinese mother, Zhong Lingfang, weeps uncontrollably in the streets of Dongyang after a valve, dropped from a building, struck her three-month-old son on the head and sent him to ICU.
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King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain pay tribute to fallen sailors in Cuba (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The couple, who are the first Spanish royals to visit the country in 500 years, cut sombre figures as they stood on a parapet of the San Pedro de la Roca del Morro overlooking the bay in Santiago.
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German 'socket sadist persuaded girls to give themselves 230v electric shocks' (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
David G (pictured) is facing trial in Munich where prosecutors claim he was a foot fetishist who would watch online as women shocked their naked feet.
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Prince Andrew speaks publicly about his relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Andrew has been interviewed by Newsnight's Emily Maitlis and will be broadcast on BBC2 at 9pm on Saturday. Ms Maitlis said it was a 'no holds barred interview - no questions vetted'.
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McDonald's will serve their breakfast until 11am in ALL UK restaurants next week (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The fast-food chain has previously only sold its breakfast menu until 10.30am - but has decided to extend the hours following a successful trial in 122 stores across the south coast of England.
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Lee Holmes: How to eat like a nutritionist (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
An Australian nutrition coach and wholefoods chef has revealed what her typical 'day on a plate' looks like and the pantry staples that she swears by for staying healthy.
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The reasons why you're getting breakouts and how to fix them (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Breakouts are directly linked to certain organs in your body and can be fixed by paying closer attention to your lungs, heart, stomach and digestive issues.
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SAS hero who saved hundreds when he shot dead two terrorists in Kenya is awarded Gallantry Cross (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The SAS soldier (pictured) will be awarded a Conspicuous Gallantry Cross for his response to gun and grenade attack by al-Shabaab terrorists on the DusitD2 hotel in Nairobi on January 15.
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A step back in time! Designer Photoshops throwback snaps of celebrities next to recent images (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Dutch graphic designer Ard Gelinck has Photoshopped throwback snaps of famous faces next to recent images, giving the illusion of them meeting their younger selves.
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Queen's former spokesman: Prince Harry must 'sort himself out' (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Former press secretary to the Queen Dickie Arbiter, spoke out as it was revealed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would not be spending Christmas with the royal family at Sandringham.
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Woman who discovered boyfriend was married with kids torn over telling his wife (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
An anonymous mother, from the UK, has shared her heartbreak on Mumsnet after discovering her boyfriend of eight-months was married with children, and had given her a fake name.
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Raheem Sterling comes to Joe Gomez defence after being booed by some England fans at Wembley (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Joe Gomez was bizarrely booed onto the pitch by some England fans when he came on as a 70th minute substitute in Thursday night's 7-0 win over Montenegro. 
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Outrage after landlord evicts tenants because he wants to use the house for his 50th birthday  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Steffy, from London, branded his landlord the 'dregs of society' on Twitter after receiving an email to say he was being evicted so the man could use the entire house for his 50th birthday party.
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A second salary from a spare room: Airbnb property owners reveal how much they're raking in (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Renting out a room to tourists can equal a second salary if you don't mind being polite to strangers and constant tidying up. Femail speaks to four Airbnb owners who've made it work.
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Here's the perfect trick to make your sweater as smooth as they are warm   (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Kegan Kimball, of London-based dry cleaning service LaundryHeap, revealed the nine steps everyone can take to make their favourite jumpers softer to the touch - without ruining the shape.
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RM Sotheby's Abu Dhabi auction is a petrolhead's idea of a dream garage (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
What would your dream car garage looks like? Given the choice, we're pretty sure any of these 10 modern-era hypercars would make it into your collection. Take your pick from this upcoming sale.
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John Le Carre trashes Jeremy Corbyn's 'long record of embracing anti-Semites' (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
John le Carre and Joanna Lumley are among 24 public figures declaring their refusal to vote for the Labour Party because of its association with anti-Semitism
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New research says cut off age where motorists are reluctant to consider an EV is 55 years (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
KPMG's study found there is a 'massive generational shift taking place' in the market, as younger people appear far more accepting of the concept of using an electric car day-to-day than drivers over 55 years.
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Inside the life royal Flora Ogilvy from glamorous art galleries to walks on the beach with her beau (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Flora Ogilvy, 24, from London, announced her engagement to her hunky Swedish boyfriend Timothy Vesterberg, 26, yesterday. But who is the arty nature-loving granddaughter of Princess Alexandra?
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Who is playing Chris Tarrant in the new ITV drama chronicling the cheating scandal? (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The 50-year-old actor has captured the former Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host Chris Tarrant when the show was hit by a cheating scandal in 2001. The role is for the ITV drama Quiz.
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How yoga became the latest #MeToo battleground: Women fight back against unwanted touching (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
With yoga teachers essentially being given free reign to touch their students in an industry that is largely unregulated, does this pave the way for practitioners across the world to take advantage?
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Had Chuka Umunna sprayed something citrusy around his gills? HENRY DEEDES on Lib Dem fashion parade  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
HENRY DEEDES: Lib Dem pin-up Chuka Umunna hosted an election event in London Bridge. The most devastating testimony came from Luciana Berger (pictured).
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California shooter's Instagram bio changed to sinister message (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Nathaniel Berhow, 16, has been identified as the suspect in the deadly shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, about 40 miles from Los Angeles, on Thursday morning.
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War veteran, 99, was left 'crying out' in agony on an A&E trolley for almost 10 hours (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Former Royal Engineer Brian Fish (pictured) endured the long wait at the Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother Hospital in Margate, Kent, as his family looked on helplessly.
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Mon Laferte goes topless on red carpet to support Chilean rights after winning Latin Grammy Award (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The Chilean-Mexican 36-year-old dropped a black trench coat down around her shoulders exposing her breasts, which bore the message: 'In Chile they torture, kill, and rape'
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Girl, four, is HOSPITALISED with constipation after school removed toilet roll from cubicles (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
A four-year-old girl was hospitalised after her school Kitchener Road Primary in Canton, Cardiff, makes pupils aged four to 11 guess how much toilet roll they need in a public space before going in.
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Taylor Swift claims Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun illegally stopped her from re-recording music (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Taylor Swift said on social media Thursday that her performance at the AMAs, a Netflix documentary and 'any other recorded events I am planning to play until November of 2020 are a question mark'.
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Investing the cost of a weekly ticket since the National Lottery (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Buying one ticket every week over the life of Britain's National Lottery would have cost £1,625. The same amount, used to buy shares, would have generated £4,000, an investment firm found.
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London Underground workers announce 24-hour strike on the Victoria Line (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
London Underground drivers are to stage a 24-hour strike from 10pm on November 27 amid claims from the RMT union of a 'fundamental breakdown' in industrial relations with transport bosses.
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Steven Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton attacks Trump over lion trophy (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Steven Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton took to Instagram on Wednesday to slam the Trump administration after a Florida man was given permission to bring back a lion trophy.
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Herd of British wild cattle returns to Blenheim Estate to help new trees in ancient woodland (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
For the first time in a century British White cattle are roaming the 12,000-acre Oxfordshire estate, home to the Dukes of Marlborough and where Sir Winston Churchill was born.
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Fonzie and the Happy Days gang together again! Henry Winkler reunites with co-stars 35 years on (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Ron Howard, Don Most, Anson Williams and Marion Ross joined Winkler to reminisce on the best of days nearly 35 years after the series finale on the ABC network.
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Pig's Nose Pippins has been pushed out by a French invader, says Raymond Blanc (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Celebrity chef Raymond Blanc says the French Golden Delicious apple has 'murdered the British orchard' and people should rediscover the classics like the Peasgood Nonsuch.
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New study reveals that two-thirds of the working class are socially mobile (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Around 65 per cent of those with working class parents have moved up in social class, according to a new report by think tank Civitas. It contradicts claims that social mobility is stagnating.
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Up to 15 people are hurt - several seriously - in a crash involving a minibus in Cambridgeshire  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The crash happened near Bluntisham village in Cambridgeshire at 4.51pm and is thought to have involved two vehicles including a minibus. Ten ambulances and 20 firefighters are at scene.
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Two internet touts bought £4million worth of tickets to sought-after events such as Ed Sheeran gigs (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Internet 'touts' Peter Hunter and David Smith exploited the 'love and passion' of real fans through their fraudulent online business, Leeds Crown Court has heard.
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What folly to build on floodplains like Fishlake (the clue's in the name) writes GEOFFREY LEAN (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
GEOFFREY LEAN: The clue, as they say, is in the name. It's no accident that the Yorkshire village at the epicentre of this week's floods is called Fishlake. For centuries it was just that.
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Donald Trump braces for ANOTHER televised impeachment hearing (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Forced out former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testifies Friday in the second blockbuster televised hearing of the Democratic-run impeachment inquiry.
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Amateur photographer foils gang who stole cars worth £500K (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The group targeted luxury vehicles from homes across the West Midlands. An amateur photographer spotted four men acting suspiciously and handed a picture to police.
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PAUL THOMAS on...floods (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
'On the plus side, I can't see any relatives wanting to visit us this Christmans.'
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Hilary Clinton visited Meghan Markle at Frogmore Cottage on Tuesday (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
EXCLUSIVE: On Tuesday Meghan secretly invited former First Lady Hillary Clinton to visit her at Frogmore Cottage, her Windsor home, the Mail can reveal.
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Germany to fine parents £2,000 if they fail to vaccinate children for measles  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The Bundestag - Germany's parliament - yesterday passed a law that means parents who do not vaccinate school-age children face fines of up to €2,500 (£2,140).
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PETA sells $150 'wool hurts' sweater featuring bloody and bruised 3-D sheep (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Vegan campaigning group PETA has come under fire for its newly-released Holiday sweater, featuring a bloodied and bruised 3-D sheep. It has been branded 'obnoxious' and 'disgusting' on Twitter.
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Hitler's top hat among Nazi memorabilia up for auction in Munich (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Munich-based Hermann Historica will be selling 147 items from the Third Reich on November 20, including Adolf Hitler's top hat, Eva Braun's dresses and a silver-covered edition of Mein Kampf.
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TOM UTLEY: I do wish I had a hobby like Rod Stewart the model rail rocker  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
TOM UTELY: Until this week, the term 'rock-star lifestyle' conjured up in my mind pictures of drug-fuelled orgies with groupies and TV sets hurled out of hotel room windows.
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Four teenagers stabbed outside Oldham leisure centre (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Police were scrambled to Oldham leisure centre at around 4.30pm yesterday to reports of four youths aged between 16 and 19 being stabbed.
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Anxiety level of Britons leapt nearly 5 per cent last spring, happiness study shows (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The Office for National Statistics said levels of anxiety jumped between April and June to reach a rate last recorded six years ago. It followed Theresa May's failure to strike Brexit deal.
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Duke and Duchess of Sussex share Archie photo with Charles (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will start a six-week break from royal duties next week including avoiding going to Sandringham in Norfolk for Christmas Day with the other senior royals.
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Warwick University recalls all its exchange students from Hong Kong (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Warwick University has recalled all its exchange students from Hong Kong, telling them to leave as soon as possible from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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Eurostar to plant a tree for every train service it operates (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The scheme will see up to 62 saplings planted every day from January 1 in woodlands across Britain, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
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Le Mans engineer Ken Miles and his role in 1966 race victory (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Ken Miles, from Sutton Coldfield, in Birmingham, emigrated to the US in 1951. He co-designed the GT40 with Carroll Shelby, and drove it during the epic showdown - but was cheated out of first place.
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Fraud victims let down by banking giants after plans to introduce a central compensation fund (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Proposals in January suggested major banks would pay into a shared fund used to refund customers tricked into handing cash to fraudsters. But banks have rejected the idea.
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Jeremy Corbyn condemned by his own candidates (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
A dozen would-be Labour MPs savaged Jeremy Corbyn's character and his chances of becoming Britain's PM. The embarrassing remarks were made in social media posts and articles.
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Universities including Oxford, Cambridge and Manchester see their credit ratings hit (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Credit rating agency Moody's dealt a blow yesterday to the financial reputations of several British universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.
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Kombucha can trigger bloating, headaches and migraines (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Most people aren't aware they can trigger allergy-like symptoms and serious infections such as pneumonia, according to Manal Mohammed, a lecturer in microbiology at Westminster University.
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Father, 30, caught on CCTV setting his lurcher on a pet cat it mauled to death is jailed (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Amos Price, 30, was caught on CCTV encouraging his snarling hound to savage terrified cat Cleo (pictured), which belonged to 60-year-old Garry Truefitt, from Walsall. GRAPHIC CONTENT.
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Dame Vera Lynn's battle to stop global drinks company using her name to sell gin  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: The Liverpool-based Halewood International has applied to trademark 'Vera Lynn' after the singer, who found fame during World War II.
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Fear, hatred and racism in Labour makes idea of Corbyn as PM truly frightening, writes JOAN RYAN  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
JOAN RYAN says her Irish immigrants parents, living in Lancashire, often faced discrimination, but she learned from them two crucial lessons: the dignity of work, and the evils of racism and prejudice.
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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: So that's why they call it a Trigger warning (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: BritBox streaming service will ban It Ain't Half Hot Mum and Till Death Us Do Part as they have been deemed too racist. Fawlty Towers will contain advance warnings.
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The 'return culture' is damaging the environment with CO2 emissions and adding to landfills (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Experts say the new 'return culture' is hurting the environment. People are ordering more of the same item in order to find the right fit and returning the rest, which creates tons of CO2 emissions.
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Wales Labour Party withdraws NHS election broadcast because fake nurse was an actress (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The 30-second Labour Party election clip was broadcast on the BBC, ITV and S4C in Wales on Tuesday featuring a nurse wearing a NHS-issue blue tunic.
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BRIAN VINER reviews Frozen 2 (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
With the box-office tills still ringing in Disney's ears from 2013's Frozen, it was only ever a matter of time before we got Frozen 2. That time has now come.
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Boy 15 charged with murder of Dom Ansah and Ben Gillham-Rice in Milton Keynes  (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with murder over the deaths of teenagers Dom Ansah (pictured) and Ben Gillham-Rice at a house party in Milton Keynes.
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Fireworks and lasers light up the skies of Baghdad as Iraqis celebrate 2-1 football win over Iran (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The highly-anticipated match, which ended in a 2-1 victory for Iraq, was an uplifting end to a day that began with four demonstrators being killed as they were hit by tear gas canisters in Baghdad.
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Thief tries to steal Rembrandt paintings from Dulwich gallery (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The intruder struck just before midnight on Wednesday at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in south-east London. As he grabbed the two works from a major exhibition he set off an alarm.
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Is Harry and Meghan's decision to spend the festive season away from the Queen hurtful? (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Prince Harry has spent every Christmas at the Royal Family's Norfolk retreat since the age of six, except for the year when he was serving in Afghanistan. But he has now decided to stay away.
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Amazing video shows protesters in Chile using dozens of pocket lasers to crash a police drone   (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
This week, amazing video showed protesters on the streets of Chile teaming up to bring down a police drone with what appear to be simple pocket lasers. The are several likely explanations.
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U.S. senator dubs Boeing's new 737 MAX a 'flying coffin' (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
In front of a Senate committee in Washington DC two weeks ago, a delegation of highly paid executives from Boeing faced some of the families of those who died in two recent plane crashes.
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Dogs are the secret weapon for dealing with the menopause, say four women (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Four women have revealed how investing in a dog has helped them cope with the menopause - they have brought back their 'old self', reminded them 'what love feels like' and restored hope.
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Sussex Royal shares an unseen picture of a smiling Meghan joining the Smart Works photoshoot (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The Sussex Royal Instagram account has shared a previously unseen picture of Meghan Markle taking part in a charity photoshoot as they mark their 200th client this week.
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Compulsive online shopping should be recognised as a mental disorder, psychologists say  (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Buying-shopping disorder affects five per cent of people and can cause 'dysfunctional family life and over-indulged children', say psychologists. It is time it is 'recognised'.
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Earl of Sandwich's touching memoirs as he chronicles his father's decline into Alzheimer's disease (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
A touching diary of John Montagu (now the 11th Earl of Sandwich), chronicling his father's slow decline into Alzheimer's disease and death over eight years.
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Owl be back! Birdwatchers left stunned after much-loved tawny owl Mabel returns (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Fans of Mabel the tawny owl assumed she had died after her disappearance in 2017. A bird that bears a striking resemblance has now taken up residence in Mabel's old home in the same nook in Ipswich.
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Dick Mallaby transmitted vital messages between the Allies and Italians (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Cecil Richard Dallimore-Mallaby was born in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) in 1919. During the Second World War, in early 1942, he joined the Special Operations Executive.
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Incredible moment a young gray whale sneaks up on a group of unsuspecting surfers in California (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The incredible moment a young gray whale sneaks up on a group of two dozen surfers at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California, was captured by 18-year-old Payton Landaas
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Hilarious gallery showcases wacky couples in cringeworthy photoshoots (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
People often have different tastes when it comes to love - as demonstrated by these wacky and wild portraits, collated from across the world.
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Black-and-white images in new book show rock legends from Jimi Hendrix to Johnny Cash in the 1960s (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Jim Marshall, who died at 74 in 2010, had unprecedented access to the rock 'n' roll, folk and jazz greats of the decade. A new book, Jim Marshall: Show Me the Picture, looks at his work.
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A new smartphone app will let people identify mysterious drones flying overhead  (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The world's largest drone manufacturer this week announced plans for a new smartphone app that will let users identify mysterious drones flying around their neighborhoods.
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Woman's body found in park wheelie bin had been there 'weeks' (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The woman was found in a bin at a recreation ground in Lewes, East Sussex on Wednesday at around 12.30pm, having lain there for several weeks after she was killed.
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Inside the Beckham family's £20m Beverly Hills rental home (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
An inside glimpse at the Beckham family's £20m hilltop home in Beverly Hills has been given, complete with indoor cinema, zen garden and infinity pool.
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Man, 18, becomes the first person in Belgium to die from vaping (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Raphael, a Brussels resident, died on November 6 after using an e-cigarette with a cannabis derivative and Health Minister Maggie De Block linked his death to vaping.
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Stunning image captures rare moment 'upward lightning' shoots out of a volcano in Guatemala  (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Astrophotographer Sergio Montúfar took the photo when bolts struck the top of Volcán de Agua in Guatemala, which shot out of two communication antennas atop the 12,000-foot high volcano.
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Car owner reveals spill-free way to top up your oil without a funnel (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The car owner uses the grooves in the dipstick to perfectly guide the oil into the engine at their parents' ranch in Kenna, New Mexico. They said the nearest store was only an hour away.
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Council spends £30,000 on metal gates to stop homeless people camping outside (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Wrexham County Borough Council (WCBC) was criticised after erecting the black metal gates at a cost of £30,000 at its Guildhall HQ and offices on Lambpit Street in recent weeks.
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The new $1.7million McLaren Elva uses air over glass to protect the driver from the wind (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The system channels air through the nose of the Elva to come out of the front at high velocity before being directed up over the cockpit to create a 'bubble of calm', says the automaker.
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Instagram goes global with controversial test that hides like counts (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Instagram says it will be rolling out in groups, and users who are selected in the test will no longer be able to see how many likes a given post has. Like counts will still be available on their own posts.
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The Points Guy UK reviews FOUR classes on a Singapore Airlines A380 at the same time (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Singapore Airlines is one of the most lauded carriers in the world, with more awards than you can shake a designer amenity kit at. But the scores from these experts are far from perfect...
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California's latest megaquake ruptured 24 fault lines and could increase the risk of future temblors (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Many Californians live in fear of the 'big one,' but the 'small ones' might be an even bigger problem. Researchers found the Ridgecrest quake was caused by 24 small fault lines.
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PIERS MORGAN: Harry and Meghan should stop behaving like spoiled brats (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Barely a week goes by now without them filing lawsuits attacking press freedom, weeping TV tears about the dreadful intrusion they have to endure, or firing off angry directives to newspapers.
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The Queen and horse race manager Lord Porchester were 'just good friends, nothing more' (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Appearing on Sky News this morning, British expert Kate Williams said the Queen and her long-time friend Lord Porchester shared 'nothing more than a friendship'.
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Facebook fixes 'bug' in iOS app that gave it access to users' cameras (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Facebook has rolled out an updated version of the iOS app following claims it was activating users' cameras without permission. However, many users believe this was intentional.
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What was YOUR favourite Christmas advert? Take a look and vote on our poll (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
MailOnline has pulled 14 of the best Christmas adverts this year from retailers in Britain so you can vote on your favourite.
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Talented baker creates cakes that look like everyday objects - including bananas, onions and pickles (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Cake artist Luke Vincentini, 23, from New Jersey, takes inspiration from everyday life by creating delicious cakes that look like ordinary objects such as acorns and celery.
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The Apprentice viewers spot a man lying on the floor of the boardroom (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The man's head was briefly seen in the background as candidate Pamela Laird led the rest of her team out of the room after losing the task on last night's episode of The Apprentice.
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Bring me sunshine - fashion for dazzling summer days (Thu, 06 Jun 2019)
An upbeat palette for dazzling summer days
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What kind of shopper are you? From boozy buyers to sleep-deprived spenders (Wed, 05 Jun 2019)
Everybody loves to shop. It's fun, and if you didn't do it your house would fall apart and you'd look like a relic from the 70s - not in a good way. But not everyone shops the same
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She has a poker face and model’s poise, but rarely speaks publicly. So who is Melania Trump? (Sun, 02 Jun 2019)
She is no Michelle Obama, emitting charisma like light. And though Melania speaks six languages yet is one of the most silent First Ladies in history
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Taste the zest of summer in one glass with these quality rosé wines (Sat, 01 Jun 2019)
Rosé wine is liquid summer. But not all of it has the relaxing holiday vibe. Some is made as an off-cut of red, bleeding off the juice to concentrate the main even
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Ahh... the joy of a six-napkin taco! (Sat, 01 Jun 2019)
Araceli’s started, as so many places do, with a local food truck. But such was its popularity that it moved into this bricks-and-mortar site, open all day from 11 until nine
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Sir Michael Caine on why he's never done a nude scene (Sat, 01 Jun 2019)
'I was never Alfie,’ says Sir Michael Caine, despite having made his name playing the Swinging Sixties lover boy on screen. ‘I was always after girls, but I was a romantic'
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DEBORAH ROSS: Classy Keeley can't save this stilted saga (Sat, 01 Jun 2019)
Summer Of Rockets, is its own worst enemy. Just when you are feeling seduced and immersed it does something so absurdly stilted and artificial it snaps you right out of it
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The new Naim Mu-So is BOOMING marvelous (Sat, 01 Jun 2019)
Wireless speakers used to be the weedy runts of the hi-fi family. Then Naim’s Mu-So came along
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D-Day, by the men who really DID fight them on the beaches (Sat, 01 Jun 2019)
It was the largest seaborne invasion in the history of warfare – a battle fought on such an epic scale that it has spawned thousands of books, TV series and Hollywood movies
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Corrections and clarifications (Sun, 26 May 2019)
On November 4, 2018, we said the TV detective Mark Williams-Thomas was first to publicly identify the comedian Jim Davidson when he was arrested on suspicion (later cleared) of sex crimes.
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A plot that grips, moves and intrigues... could YOU write a bestseller and win £20,000? (Fri, 24 May 2019)
Your entry can be a contemporary story about families or relationships, a thriller or a historical adventure; it can be funny or sad, as long as it is aimed at adults.
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Corrections & clarifications (Fri, 24 May 2019)
An article published from 12 April 2017 reported allegations made in The Times that the barrister, Barbara Hewson, was responsible for sending anonymous threats to a law student.
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Clarifications and corrections (Thu, 23 May 2019)
An article on 17 January wrongly stated that Dr Daud Abdullah had told the BBC that he was 'prepared to blow himself up in a suicide attack' in support of the Palestinian cause.
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BEAUTY CLINIC: What's the score for daily use SPF? (Thu, 23 May 2019)
I am really confused about what SPF I need to wear on my face. I work in an office so not outdoors that much during the day (sadly) but weekends I like to be out most of the time
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Don’t tell me to be positive... when I’ve got cancer (Wed, 22 May 2019)
I wanted to scream every time positivity was prescribed. I’d been warned I might not see my daughter's fifth birthday. I was shell-shocked and denied the right to feel fear or sorrow
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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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Action plan: Nigel Colborn’s essential jobs for your garden this week  (Mon, 20 May 2019)
British gardening expert Nigel Colborn shared advice for protecting plants from late frost. He suggests investing in fleece to protect tender plants outside overnight.
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Did Elton John’s mother poison him against the father he loathed? (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Rock stars and unhappy childhoods go together like cocaine and rolled-up £50 notes. It’s something most of my biographical subjects have had in common
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Historian Ben Macintyre reveals the gripping story of the KGB agent who saved us from Armageddon (Sun, 19 May 2019)
‘Most people have no idea how close we were to nuclear war at that time,’ says Ben Macintyre, author of The Spy And The Traitor, which tells the extraordinary true story of Oleg Gordievsky
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Chow Mein (Sun, 19 May 2019)
I love this noodle dish, especially the Singapore version with curry spices and chilli. Here I’ve tried to add as many textures and flavours as possible, while cutting down on the overall protein, salt and fat
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Vegetable Shepherd's Pie (Sun, 19 May 2019)
The recipe title may sound like an oxymoron, but you know what I mean. This is quite a nice alternative to a meat version, and it’s always good to bring some changes to the potato topping
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HEALTH: The symptoms never to ignore -- cancer of the womb (uterus) (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Most of us are now aware of the importance of cervical screening but there is less talk about cancer of the womb
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Canned cherry pie (Sun, 19 May 2019)
When I was little, we pretty much lived on canned fruit such as pears, peaches and fruit cocktail with evaporated milk
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Game of tones: Neon at 90? The Queen has never shied away from colour (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Sali Hughes salutes the rainbow royal and looks at how Elizabeth II often makes a statement through her clothes
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Feta, mint & courgette frittata (Sun, 19 May 2019)
A great breakfast or brunch dish, this can be made the day before and gently reheated in a moderate oven or microwave
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Gooey chocolate meringue (Sun, 19 May 2019)
A nice easy chocolate recipe here: I use 70 per cent cocoa chocolate but 90 per cent can be used if you want a darker, richer taste. I have reduced the sugar content to only 100 grams in total
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Elizabeth Day: 'A bitchy boss taught me a valuable lesson' (Sun, 19 May 2019)
A strange thing happened to me last week. I was sitting at my laptop in a café when a man came up and introduced himself...
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Roasted chicken traybake (Sun, 19 May 2019)
I love simplicity and this dish is a perfect example of how simple cooking can be a real winner
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Sweet potato & refried bean tortilla (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Having just returned from Mexico, I had to have a recipe for refried beans in here somewhere. I just love the texture and flavour they add to a dish
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Lasagne (Sun, 19 May 2019)
A true classic, but with reduced calories and salt, plus a smaller portion size. Removing half the meat protein and adding cooked lentils is a great trick and really works well
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Juicy turkey burgers  (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Leg or brown meat on turkey makes better burgers because the meat is juicier. Breast meat is fine, and is extremely good for you, but needs more attention and can cook dry
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BEAUTY KNOWHOW: These really are the tops (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Turbans – yes, turbans – are back in all their retro glory 
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TV CHEF PHIL VICKERY'S FAMILY FEASTS: Spaghetti Bolognese (Sun, 19 May 2019)
A little sauce goes a long way here, so I’ve halved the meat content but added more vegetables to compensate for the bulk loss. The sauce will coat the spaghetti perfectly, saving you money
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