Theresa May slaps down Boris Johnson in front of cabinet members over NHS funding demands
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Theresa May slaps down Boris Johnson in front of cabinet members over NHS funding demands

Theresa May slapped down Boris Johnson in Cabinet today over a string of newspaper stories setting out how the Foreign Secretary is demanding she run the NHS. The Prime Minister and other members of her top team were…

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Game of Thrones final season of six episodes to air in 2019
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Game of Thrones final season of six episodes to air in 2019

Season eight began production in October and is expected to wrap up in mid-2018 before HBO releases it the following year Game of Thrones fans will have to wait until 2019 for the planned final…

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Watch Live: 2018 New Year celebrations around the world
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Watch Live: 2018 New Year celebrations around the world

Watch Live: 2018 New Year celebrations around the world Sydney has welcomed in the New Year with spectacular firework displays, delighting onlookers. There was eight tonnes of fireworks producing 100,000 individual pyrotechnic effects, and for…

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Christmas News: May calls for unity and Corbyn for Britons ‘to show you care’
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Christmas News: May calls for unity and Corbyn for Britons ‘to show you care’

The Prime Minister calls for unity and pride in Christianity while the Labour leader wishes for “the kind of society we want”. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have released their Christmas messages ahead of 25…

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LIVE: Fatal Amtrak Train Derailment – Multiple deaths
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LIVE: Fatal Amtrak Train Derailment – Multiple deaths

Amtrak derailment: Multiple deaths as passenger train falls off track onto busy Washington motorway An Amtrak train on its first journey along a newly opened section of tracks derailed on an overpass in Washington state, killing multiple…

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French rocker Johnny Hallyday dies, aged 74
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French rocker Johnny Hallyday dies, aged 74

France’s best-known rock star Johnny Hallyday has died at the age of 74 after a battle with lung cancer. Johnny, as he was affectionately known by his fans, had a career which spanned nearly six…

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North Korea: What do we know about the new missile
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North Korea: What do we know about the new missile

After two months without a missile test, North Korea has launched its highest-ever intercontinental ballistic missile, which experts say puts the US well within range. It says this is a new missile, known as a…

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What we put into our bodies has a powerful impact on our brains
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What we put into our bodies has a powerful impact on our brains

Yes, you need to drink more water. But you might also want to try some magnesium body salts. What did you eat for breakfast this morning? It matters more than you might think. Anyone whose…

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Louvre Abu Dhabi: Why all eyes are on the Middle East’s new billion dollar museum
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Louvre Abu Dhabi: Why all eyes are on the Middle East’s new billion dollar museum

On Saturday, the Louvre Abu Dhabi  opened its doors to the public, more than 10 years after France agreed to loan the name of the Louvre to the United Arab Emirates as part of a deal…

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Northern Ireland Is Sinking Into a ‘Profound Crisis’
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Northern Ireland Is Sinking Into a ‘Profound Crisis’

BELFAST, Northern Ireland — The Northern Ireland Assembly’s palatial building in Stormont, in the hills that overlook Belfast, is an eerie place these days. This time last year, its grand lobby bustled with lawmakers, lobbyists…

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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Mark 70 Years of Marriage
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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Mark 70 Years of Marriage

LONDON — Queen Elizabeth II, already Britain’s longest–serving monarch, passed a new milestone on Monday, together with Prince Philip, as they became the longest-married couple of the royal family. The family released a series of new portraits taken earlier…

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Theresa May keeps accidentally making the case for Remain
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Theresa May keeps accidentally making the case for Remain

The PM is willing her pre-referendum judgement to be wrong—it wasn’t. Britain really is leaving the diplomatic premier league It would be easy to forget that Theresa May supported Remain in last year’s referendum if…

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20 healthy habits which will avoid diseases
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20 healthy habits which will avoid diseases

One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds…

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New report warns of danger of Brexit security ‘cliff-edge’
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New report warns of danger of Brexit security ‘cliff-edge’

The UK faces serious disruption to security cooperation, and a potential ‘cliff-edge’, if it fails to act quickly to secure a security deal with the EU, a new report by The UK in a Changing…

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Why we shouldn’t pay a PENNY: EU is in debt and wants BRITAIN to pay it off, Hague warns
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Why we shouldn’t pay a PENNY: EU is in debt and wants BRITAIN to pay it off, Hague warns

THE EUROPEAN Union has racked up huge debts and wants the UK to pay for it, William Hague has warned. By JOEY MILLAR The former Tory leader said the reason Brussels was pushing for a…

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Theresa May accuses Russia of launching a ‘fake news’ war against the West
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Theresa May accuses Russia of launching a ‘fake news’ war against the West

Theresa May accuses Putin’s regime of seeking to meddle in Western elections. Prime Minister says the West must resist Russian propaganda war. She accuses Russia of using fake news websites and social media to “sow…

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UK government tensions rise after leak of Johnson-Gove letter to May
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UK government tensions rise after leak of Johnson-Gove letter to May

As Theresa May faces possible defeats on vital Brexit votes, ministers are ‘aghast’ at demands for hard Brexit from Michael Gove and Boris Johnson The tensions in Theresa May’s government intensified on Sunday night ahead…

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Emma Watson dances in the street in unexpectedly playful display during autumnal walk with pals in London
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Emma Watson dances in the street in unexpectedly playful display during autumnal walk with pals in London

She rocketed to fame as a child star in Harry Potter, before going on to complete an array of film and modelling contracts. And Emma Watson, who is known for her reserved appearance, was seen…

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How to get rid of bags under your eyes: 8 ways to make your eyes look younger and more awake
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How to get rid of bags under your eyes: 8 ways to make your eyes look younger and more awake

They’re the windows to your soul, so if you want to be young at heart, you’d better make sure your eyes are looking youthful. Here are our top tips. Your eyes are one of the…

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See Meryl Streep And Tom Hanks In First Trailer For Steven Spielberg’s The Post
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See Meryl Streep And Tom Hanks In First Trailer For Steven Spielberg’s The Post

This week, Entertainment One have finally unveiled the first trailer for upcoming Steven Spielberg-helmed film The Post, including an all-star cast such as Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. You can check out the teaser below:…

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Rail workers to walk out for 48 hours this week
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Rail workers to walk out for 48 hours this week

Rail strikes over the future of guards on trains will disrupt services across the country on Wednesday and Thursday, with one of Britain’s busiest commuter franchises, South Western Railway, affected for the first time. Members…

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5 Beginner Yoga Poses For The Everyday Learner Help You Breathe, Meditate, And Balance
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5 Beginner Yoga Poses For The Everyday Learner Help You Breathe, Meditate, And Balance

Twist yourself into a pretzel while doing a headstand without using your hands for balance, and don’t forget to breathe. Learning how to practice yoga can be intimidating at first for any beginner. But rest easy,…

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Floods Swamp Vietnam as Typhoon Death Toll Reaches 27
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Floods Swamp Vietnam as Typhoon Death Toll Reaches 27

HUE, Vietnam (Reuters) – Floods inundated swathes of central and southern Vietnam on Sunday in the wake of a typhoon that left at least 27 dead just days before the region is due to host…

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I ate exactly like Tom Brady for a week and it made me feel better
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I ate exactly like Tom Brady for a week and it made me feel better

I tried the intense diet and fitness regimens that 40-year-old NFL quarterback Tom Brady touts in his new book “The TB 12 Method.” Along with a diet that’s heavy on vegetables and lean protein, Brady stays away from alcohol, caffeine, dairy,…

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Watch LIVE the full show in honor of Chester Bennington on YouTube
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Watch LIVE the full show in honor of Chester Bennington on YouTube

Linkin Park & Friends Celebrate Life in Honor of Chester Bennington – [LIVE from the Hollywood Bowl] [LIVE] from Los Angeles – Tune in now and watch our show in honor of Chester streaming on…

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Taylor Swift’s New ‘Ready for It’ Music Video Took an Unexpected Game of Thrones Turn
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Taylor Swift’s New ‘Ready for It’ Music Video Took an Unexpected Game of Thrones Turn

With just two weeks to go until the release of Reputation, Taylor Swift sent the Internet into a frenzy yet again on Friday by dropping the video for her song “Ready for It.” Although fans had begun theorizing about the hidden messages in…

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Gina Miller ready for SECOND Brexit legal battle – and legal chiefs say she could WIN
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Gina Miller ready for SECOND Brexit legal battle – and legal chiefs say she could WIN

ANTI-BREXIT campaigners are preparing to launch another legal battle to force Theresa May into offering parliament a binding vote on the final Brexit deal. By WILL KIRBY The group behind the successful Article 50 battle in…

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Fats Domino: Rock and roll legend dies aged 89
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Fats Domino: Rock and roll legend dies aged 89

Fats Domino, one of the most influential rock and roll performers of the 1950s and 60s, has died aged 89. The American rock and roll artist was best known for his songs Ain’t That A…

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How To Become More Ambitious With 7 Easy Tips
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How To Become More Ambitious With 7 Easy Tips

By MARLEN KOMAR Have you ever come to the abrupt and real realization that you’re in a rut? Sometimes it’s hard to know exactly how to become more ambitious because you’re stuck in a set routine that works…

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Pound boosted by stronger-than-expected GDP figures lifting interest rate hike hopes
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Pound boosted by stronger-than-expected GDP figures lifting interest rate hike hopes

Sterling is boosted on currency markets after a preliminary estimate showed that the UK economy grew by 0.4pc in the third quarter, ahead of economists’ expectations  The reading will lift hopes that the Bank of…

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Donald Tusk tells UK: You can still stop Brexit
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Donald Tusk tells UK: You can still stop Brexit

The European Council president says “no Brexit” is still an option and insists it is “up to London” how Brexit talks will end. By Greg Heffer, Political Reporter Top European Union official Donald Tusk has…

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Brexit: What is a Canada-style trade deal?
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Brexit: What is a Canada-style trade deal?

Brussels’ chief negotiator Michel Barnier believes a future UK-EU trade relationship will be modelled on the CETA agreement. By Greg Heffer, Political Reporter The European Union’s lead negotiator has suggested Britain will be forced to…

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Theresa May ‘begged’ Juncker for help on Brexit
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Theresa May ‘begged’ Juncker for help on Brexit

Theresa May ‘begged’ Juncker for help on Brexit at private Brussels dinner, leak claims ‘She has deep rings under her eyes. She looks like someone who can’t sleep a wink,’ European Council president reportedly says…

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Briton jailed for three months in Dubai for touching man’s hip
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Briton jailed for three months in Dubai for touching man’s hip

Jamie Harron, from Stirling, claimed he was simply trying to avoid spilling his drink in a bar when he touched the man A Scottish man has been sentenced to three months in jail in Dubai…

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The Most Influential Celebrities on Social Media
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The Most Influential Celebrities on Social Media

Social media has allowed celebrities to directly communicate with fans over the years. Platforms like Twitter and Instagram have given users a closer look at their favorite celebrities, granting them direct access into their world.…

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Is Tom Cruise Preparing To Marry Gorgeous ‘MI6’ Co-Star Vanessa Kirby, 29?
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Is Tom Cruise Preparing To Marry Gorgeous ‘MI6’ Co-Star Vanessa Kirby, 29?

Whoa! A new report has surfaced that Tom Cruise is ready to ask his ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ co-star Vanessa Kirby to marry him! Here’s what we’re hearing! Tom Cruise, 55, has a habit of keeping…

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Trailer Brings on the Force
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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Trailer Brings on the Force

The new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer has finally arrived. The trailer aired during ESPN’s Monday Night Football and comes nearly six months after the film’s first teaser debuted at April’s Star Wars Celebration. It picks up where…

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Recommended by Kim Cattrall spills on bad blood with Sex and the City co-star Sarah Jessica Parker
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Recommended by Kim Cattrall spills on bad blood with Sex and the City co-star Sarah Jessica Parker

Are we really supposed to believe Samantha Jones smiled through gritted teeth for all those years on Sex And The City whenever she had to share the camera with Carrie Bradshaw? Of course Samantha and Carrie are…

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Watch Live: Animal Adventure Park Giraffe Cam
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Watch Live: Animal Adventure Park Giraffe Cam

GIRAFFE CAM HOURS FOR OCTOBER 2017 Sunday – Friday 9 am – 6 pm EST Animal Adventure Park Harpursville, NY www.TheAnimalAdventurePark.com

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Watch Live: AFRICAN SAFARI
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Watch Live: AFRICAN SAFARI

Jump on the back and join a LIVE African Safari. Twice a day our expert guides invite you to come along and drive through the African bush in search of the Big Five as well…

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Nicola Sturgeon: Brexit chaos will push Scots towards independence
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Nicola Sturgeon: Brexit chaos will push Scots towards independence

The case for Scottish independence is being made “greater and stronger by the day” by Theresa May’s chaotic approach to Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon has claimed. The Scottish First Minister said people in Scotland were increasingly…

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20 Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve
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20 Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

New Year’s comes once a year, so it’s worth it to make the festivities memorable. But where’s the best place to be when the clock strikes midnight on December 31? We’ve scoured the world for the…

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5 Days, Looking Good Diet Plan
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5 Days, Looking Good Diet Plan

Five days of non-bloating foods and fat burning workouts will help you look and feel sexy in whatever you are—or aren’t—wearing Whether you’re having a romantic dinner or getting drinks with your closed,  all women…

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In Catalonia Independence Push, Policing Becomes Politicized
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In Catalonia Independence Push, Policing Becomes Politicized

SANT BOI DE LLOBREGAT, Spain — Standing in front of his apartment across from barracks occupied by Spain’s national police, Xavi Gomez recounted the dueling protests over Catalonian independence that unfolded on his street the previous night.…

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Julia Roberts: I was a selfish brat
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Julia Roberts: I was a selfish brat

Julia Roberts has admitted she was a ”selfish little brat” when she was younger, as she was only interested in ”making films”. Julia Roberts has admitted she was a ”selfish little brat” when she was younger. The…

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Boris Johnson’s Brexit speech stirs up Conservative conference
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Boris Johnson’s Brexit speech stirs up Conservative conference

A combination of Brexit and Boris Johnson have given a jolt of energy to the Conservative conference in Manchester. Activists queued to fill the hall to listen to a series of speeches from Leave-supporting cabinet ministers.…

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London transport chaos – week of strikes on Tube and train
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London transport chaos – week of strikes on Tube and train

Rail travellers across England are facing a week of disruption with strike action due to take place on the Tube, as well as at four train companies. RMT union members at Southern, Merseyrail, Arriva Rail…

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Stephen Paddock – what we know for Las Vegas gunman suspect
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Stephen Paddock – what we know for Las Vegas gunman suspect

The 64-year-old, of Mesquite, Nevada, sprayed bullets at music-lovers as a gig by country singer Jason Aldean was ending on Sunday night, said officers. The suspect opened fire from a room on the 32nd floor…

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Monarch Airlines collapse: What to do if you’ve booked with the airline
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Monarch Airlines collapse: What to do if you’ve booked with the airline

All Monarch customers who are currently abroad and are due to return to the UK in the next two weeks will be flown home.   Monarch has ceased trading with immediate effect, with around 110,000…

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Why Monarch airline  go under – and more could follow
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Why Monarch airline go under – and more could follow

European carriers face a cut-throat battle to survive with Alitalia and Air Berlin already running into trouble this year. It is tempting to say that the collapse of Monarch Airlines, while likely to result in…

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Las Vegas shooting kills more than 50 in deadliest ever US gun attack
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Las Vegas shooting kills more than 50 in deadliest ever US gun attack

More than 50 people have been killed and at least 200 injured at an open-air country music festival in Las Vegas in the deadliest mass shooting in US history. Terror spread through the city’s famous strip as 64-year-old gunman Stephen…

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London Cocktail Week
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London Cocktail Week

London Cocktail Week is the world’s biggest cocktail festival – a vibrant celebration of our capital’s unrivalled cocktail scene! NEWSFLASH! This year – London Cocktail Week has gone digital… No more wristbands, no more guidebooks…

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Scotland’s Whisky Tourism Enjoys A Big Boost From Brexit
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Scotland’s Whisky Tourism Enjoys A Big Boost From Brexit

Together, the country’s whisky makers registered 1.7 million visits, up 8% compared to 2015 https://t.co/t7PftDj3tr — Chochilino (@ChochilinoRadio) 30 September 2017 Whisky distilleries in Scotland enjoyed a record number of visitors in 2016, according to the industry’s lobbying…

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Brexit: Boris Johnson lays out alternative manifesto for EU withdrawal in fresh challenge to May
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Brexit: Boris Johnson lays out alternative manifesto for EU withdrawal in fresh challenge to May

Foreign Secretary says ‘there can be no monkeying around’ after proposed two year transition period in interview likely to ruffle Tory feathers ahead of party conference Boris Johnson has laid out his vision for Brexit in an…

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Hugh Hefner, iconic founder of Playboy, has died at age 91
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Hugh Hefner, iconic founder of Playboy, has died at age 91

Iconic Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner died surrounded by family at the Playboy Mansion Hugh Hefner, the iconic founder of Playboy magazine, died at his home, the Playboy Mansion, of natural causes at age 91, Playboy…

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Kit Harington and Rose Leslie CONFIRM they are engaged with traditional announcement after five years of dating
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Kit Harington and Rose Leslie CONFIRM they are engaged with traditional announcement after five years of dating

Kit Harington and Rose Leslie have confirmed their engagement after five years of dating. The couple, both 30, opted for a traditional method to announce they are betrothed, following in the footsteps of the likes…

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Sadiq Khan calls for second referendum on Brexit
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Sadiq Khan calls for second referendum on Brexit

Sadiq Khan suggests Labour may back second referendum on Brexit Mayor raises prospect of Labour’s next manifesto offering voters the chance to reverse the Brexit referendum verdict London Mayor Sadiq Khan has suggested Labour may…

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Game of Thrones season 8 directors revealed: Fan favorites return
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Game of Thrones season 8 directors revealed: Fan favorites return

The Battle of the Bastards and The Red Wedding Emmy-winners are back; Showrunners to direct series finale The directors for the final hours of Game of Thrones can now be revealed — and the list includes some…

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What We Must Know About Keratin Hair Treatments
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What We Must Know About Keratin Hair Treatments

As beauty services go, keratin hair treatments might be the most controversial of the last decade, second only to indoor tanning, and maybe fake Kylie lip kits. And yet still two truths remain. Keratin treatments are A.)…

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Bank of England warns – Trillions of pounds at risk without Brexit deal
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Bank of England warns – Trillions of pounds at risk without Brexit deal

The Bank of England has called for special arrangements to be made in order to protect the UK derivatives market when it leaves the European Union.  In today’s statement from the central bank’s Financial Policy Committee (FPC),…

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Nutrition is important for fitness
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Nutrition is important for fitness

Eating the Right Foods for Exercise Starting your day with breakfast can help give you the energy and nutrients you need for exercise. Nutritious workout snacks can help you maintain your energy and nutrient levels.…

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Germany’s democracy faces its hardest test since 1949
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Germany’s democracy faces its hardest test since 1949

By Constanze Stelzenmüller After the election, Germany’s democracy faces its hardest test since 1949 German Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to win another four years in the federal elections taking place on Sept. 24. The Washington…

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New Drug Test Can Detect Cocaine In Fingerprints Within Seconds
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New Drug Test Can Detect Cocaine In Fingerprints Within Seconds

A newly developed test can detect if a person has recently used cocaine in just a matter of seconds. New Drug Test Can Identify Cocaine Molecules The new drug test, which was described in the…

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Stratford ‘acid attack’: Six people injured near shopping centre in east London
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Stratford ‘acid attack’: Six people injured near shopping centre in east London

One person arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm The Metropolitan Police has confirmed its officers were called to an “acid incident” in Stratford, east London. Its officers were called to Stratford Shopping Centre…

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Mexico: Huge earthquake topples buildings, killing more than 200, desperate night search
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Mexico: Huge earthquake topples buildings, killing more than 200, desperate night search

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Desperate rescue workers scrabbled through rubble in a floodlit search on Wednesday for dozens of children feared buried under a Mexico City school, one of hundreds of buildings wrecked by the…

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Emmy Awards 2017: The winners list
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Emmy Awards 2017: The winners list

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Stephen Colbert, aired Sunday on CBS. The following is a list with the winners noted with an asterisk (*) and WINNER. Outstanding drama series “Better Call Saul” “The…

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Live Tracking 24/7 : Hurricane Maria – WARNING 3 hurricane tropical now: Hurricane jose, maria and lee
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Live Tracking 24/7 : Hurricane Maria – WARNING 3 hurricane tropical now: Hurricane jose, maria and lee

Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Puerto Rico; Expected To Become Major Storm Hurricane Maria, a Category 1 storm, will hit the Leeward Islands on the edge of the Caribbean Sea Monday night, forecasters say, threatening areas…

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Parsons Green: Two arrests over Tube bombing
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Parsons Green: Two arrests over Tube bombing

A second man has been arrested in connection with Friday’s attack on a London Tube train, police said. The 21-year-old man was arrested in Hounslow, west London, on Saturday night on suspicion of a terror…

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LIVE UPDATES: PARSONS GREEN BOMB EXPLOSION WAS TERRORIST ATTACK
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LIVE UPDATES: PARSONS GREEN BOMB EXPLOSION WAS TERRORIST ATTACK

BREAKING NEWS British authorities have confirmed an explosion at Parsons Green underground station was an act of terrorism and that several people have been injured. Improvised explosive device caused Parsons Green explosion; police term it…

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LIVE: Parsons Green explosion was terrorist attack – London police
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LIVE: Parsons Green explosion was terrorist attack – London police

BREAKING NEWS British authorities have confirmed an explosion at Parsons Green underground station was an act of terrorism and that several people have been injured. Improvised explosive device caused Parsons Green explosion; police term it…

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Yoga can help to treat depression, studies show
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Yoga can help to treat depression, studies show

A series of new studies brings yoga one step closer to becoming a recommended treatment for depression, after finding that the practice can help to reduce symptoms of the condition. It is estimated that around…

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London’s New Subway Symbolized the Future. Then Came Brexit.
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London’s New Subway Symbolized the Future. Then Came Brexit.

Crossrail is a mega project meant to bind London together. But in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave theEuropean Union, it may signal the end of an ambitious era. LONDON — Up an alley, beyond…

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Brexit: Juncker gives ‘state of union’ speech – live video
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Brexit: Juncker gives ‘state of union’ speech – live video

The UK will “soon regret” leaving the EU, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said. Mr Juncker told the European Parliament that Brexit would be a “sad, tragic” moment for the EU but that the…

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Five foods to prevent  kidney stone
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Five foods to prevent kidney stone

Passing a kidney stone is often described as one of the most painful things a person will ever experience. As many as 1 in 10 people will develop kidney stones in their lifetime. Kidney stones…

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Apple’s New FaceID Might Make It Easier For Police To Access Your iPhone X
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Apple’s New FaceID Might Make It Easier For Police To Access Your iPhone X

John Koetsier, Contributor Apple revealed its new FaceID today in the Steve Jobs theater on its campus in Cupertino, California. Law enforcement officials who have had trouble unlocking Apple phones in the past must be…

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The new Apple Watch has its own cellular connection — here’s howit works
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The new Apple Watch has its own cellular connection — here’s howit works

The newest Apple Watch has just been announced, and it finally has a cellular connection to make calls and transmit data. Here’s what you need to know.

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LIVE TRACKING OF HURRICANE IRMA
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LIVE TRACKING OF HURRICANE IRMA

Irma – live updates: Hurricane moves up Florida coast towards Tampa amid warnings of life-threatening storm surges   Category 4 Hurricane Irma is bringing intense winds and rain into Tampa Bay. Hurricane Warnings and Tornado…

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World Trade Center: Ground Zero on September 11, 2001
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World Trade Center: Ground Zero on September 11, 2001

Large enough to require its own ZIP code, the iconic World Trade Center contained the world’s tallest buildings when it was dedicated in 1973. More than 50,000 people worked in the buildings, with another 200,000…

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9/11/2001 terror attacks: Saudi Arabian govt funded ‘dry run’ for plane hijacking, alleges lawsuit in US court
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9/11/2001 terror attacks: Saudi Arabian govt funded ‘dry run’ for plane hijacking, alleges lawsuit in US court

Evidence submitted in a major 9/11 lawsuit against the Saudi Arabian government alleges that the Saudi Arabian embassy in Washington may have funded a ‘dry run’ for the hijacking of planes by two of its Saudi employees.…

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Jeremy Corbyn under pressure to sack Labour MPs who refuse to vote against Brexit bill
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Jeremy Corbyn under pressure to sack Labour MPs who refuse to vote against Brexit bill

Some Labour MPs fear being tarred as anti-Brexit – on a crunch night when some Conservatives may stage their own rebellion Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure to sack any colleagues who refuse to vote against the EU Withdrawal Bill on…

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Live Update: Hurricane Irma: Florida braced for ‘most catastrophic storm ever’ in coming hours – latest news
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Live Update: Hurricane Irma: Florida braced for ‘most catastrophic storm ever’ in coming hours – latest news

Florida is set to be hit by the ‘most catastrophic storm’ it has ever seen in the coming hours, with  Hurricane Irma bringing tornadoes, a 15ft sea surge, flooding and 130mph winds. In the last…

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WAYS TO BRING POSITIVE ENERGY INTO YOUR LIFE
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WAYS TO BRING POSITIVE ENERGY INTO YOUR LIFE

“The worst times can be the best if you think with positive energy.” – Domenico Dolce Have you wondered what exactly is positive energy? According to Annie’s Hallmark, “Positive energy is the natural energy that…

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11 amazing houses with a lot of glass
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11 amazing houses with a lot of glass

Contemporary buildings are amazing showcases of the talents and imaginations of modern architects but nothing seems to garner quite as much attention as a house made of glass. We are seeing some absolutely incredible properties spring up…

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GEORGE CLOONEY TELLS HIS AND AMAL’S COMPLETE 14-MONTH LOVE STORY
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GEORGE CLOONEY TELLS HIS AND AMAL’S COMPLETE 14-MONTH LOVE STORY

Allow George Clooney to tell you the full love story of him and Amal Clooney, as he did in great detail to The Hollywood Reporter this week. In the course of one year and two months, they…

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Live updates: Hurricane Irma
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Live updates: Hurricane Irma

The strength: Irma is back up to a Category 5 storm, with sustained winds at 160 mph. The path: Irma made landfall in Cuba Friday evening. Southern Florida is bracing for a direct hit early Sunday. The…

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8.2 earthquake strikes coast of Mexico, tsunami warning triggered
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8.2 earthquake strikes coast of Mexico, tsunami warning triggered

A massive 8.2-magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of southern Mexico, toppling buildings and homes in various states and killing at least five people, including two children. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake struck…

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Live: HURRICANE IRMA Tracking, FLORIDA, LANDFALL, Orlando Hurricane
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Live: HURRICANE IRMA Tracking, FLORIDA, LANDFALL, Orlando Hurricane

Live: HURRICANE IRMA Tracking, CAT 5 185 MPH to SLAM FLORIDA, LANDFALL, Orlando Hurricane URGENT! MONSTER Hurricane Swipes Puerto Rico, leaves 1M without power, to hit Haiti after made landfall Barbuda Caribbean now heading to…

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Brexit: UK plans to keep visa-free travel for EU nationals
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Brexit: UK plans to keep visa-free travel for EU nationals

Brexit: UK plans to keep visa-free travel for EU nationals Rather than border control, the UK Government believes restricting the availability of jobs to EU nationals and access to social security bring down immigration numbers European…

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Brangelina allegedly ‘back together’ after intense spiritual counselling
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Brangelina allegedly ‘back together’ after intense spiritual counselling

THE couple shocked the world when they split in September last year but it has now been claimed they are giving their relationship another go. BRAD Pitt and Angelina Jolie are “back together” after intense…

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Samsung’s ‘a ship without a captain,’ says co-CEO
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Samsung’s ‘a ship without a captain,’ says co-CEO

Yoon Boo-Keun looks to the company’s future and says the Bixby voice assistant will work differently on Samsung’s electronics than on its phones. Samsung is a ship without a captain, a co-CEO of the company…

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Britain’s Brexit position papers are not good enough, EU president Jean-Claude Juncker says
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Britain’s Brexit position papers are not good enough, EU president Jean-Claude Juncker says

The EU has continued to ratchet up its rhetoric against Britain’s negotiation team by Jon Stone, Brussels The position papers produced by the British government to set out of its stances on different Brexit issues are not…

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PRINCE CHARLES IN DEEP PAIN AS DETAILS ON HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH DIANA AND CAMILLA PARKER-BOWLES ARE RELEASED
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PRINCE CHARLES IN DEEP PAIN AS DETAILS ON HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH DIANA AND CAMILLA PARKER-BOWLES ARE RELEASED

The commemoration of the 20th death anniversary of Princess Diana is in a few days and this partly explains why additional footage and interviews are being released to the public. As these videos and transcripts…

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Brexit Is Beginning to Look Like No Brexit
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Brexit Is Beginning to Look Like No Brexit

by Leonid Bershidsky The debate over transition periods reveals a deeper truth: The 2016 vote may have been pointless. “Brexit means Brexit,” British politicians have been saying for months. Now it seems like it may…

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Labour sets out its stall as party of ‘soft Brexit’ in single market policy shift
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Labour sets out its stall as party of ‘soft Brexit’ in single market policy shift

‘Remaining in a form of customs union with the EU is a possible end destination for Labour, but that must be subject to negotiations’ Labour is to announce it supports continued membership of the single market…

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Simulated terror attack on Parliament ‘exposes security flaws’
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Simulated terror attack on Parliament ‘exposes security flaws’

MPs have been described as “sitting ducks”. A dramatic night-time operation featuring police posing as terrorists has exposed security weaknesses at the Palace of Westminster, according to reports. The Sunday Telegraph said a simulated attack…

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Mamma Monkey & Stray Chick Become Besties At Tel Aviv Zoo
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Mamma Monkey & Stray Chick Become Besties At Tel Aviv Zoo

A mamma monkey adopted a chick who wandered into her enclosure and the duo might be the unlikeliest pair you’ve ever seen! The macaque was spotted by zoo staff in Tel Aviv, Israel holding the chick.…

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Theresa May attacks ‘unacceptable face of capitalism’
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Theresa May attacks ‘unacceptable face of capitalism’

Businesses who pay excessive salaries to senior executives represent the “unacceptable face of capitalism”, Prime Minister Theresa May has said. The “excesses” of some bosses was undermining confidence and “damaging the social fabric of our…

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Apple Loop: iPhone 8 To Launch September 12 With Astonishing Price, Disappointing MacBook Problems
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Apple Loop: iPhone 8 To Launch September 12 With Astonishing Price, Disappointing MacBook Problems

Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes design issues with the iPhone 8 camera, launch dates for Apple’s flagship smartphone, the incredibly high cost of the…

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Collagen: What is it and what are its uses?
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Collagen: What is it and what are its uses?

By James McIntosh Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, found in the bones, muscles, skin, and tendons. It is the substance that holds the body together. Collagen forms a scaffold to provide…

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‘I don’t recognise my country anymore’: British citizens leaving UK because of Brexit amid exodus of Europeans
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‘I don’t recognise my country anymore’: British citizens leaving UK because of Brexit amid exodus of Europeans

More than 100,000 Brits have already emigrated for a variety of reasons since the EU referendum British citizens devastated by the EU referendum result are leaving the UK to seek a new life abroad as statistics reveal rising emigration.…

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Watch Live the Solar Eclipse Live Across the US and UK | Solar Eclipse 2017
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Watch Live the Solar Eclipse Live Across the US and UK | Solar Eclipse 2017

United Kingdom    United States Whether it’s reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable…

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May urges EU not to place new restrictions on British goods after Brexit
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May urges EU not to place new restrictions on British goods after Brexit

LONDON — Theresa May’s government has urged the European Union to allow British businesses to continue to enjoy the benefits of the free trade of goods into Europe after Britain has left the EU. In…

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Manchester Arena attack: families of 22 people killed to get £250,000 each
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Manchester Arena attack: families of 22 people killed to get £250,000 each

Money from We Love Manchester fund donated by members of public to go to families of those killed in 22 May attack The families of the 22 people killed in the Manchester Arena bombing will…

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5 Healthy Ways to Take Control of Women’s Periods
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5 Healthy Ways to Take Control of Women’s Periods

Whether you sob through a rom-com or head to a boxing class to let off steam, your period (and the days before and after it) can affect your mood and body in different ways. The…

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UK parliament’s “Big Ben” bell to fall silent for four years
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UK parliament’s “Big Ben” bell to fall silent for four years

LONDON  – The “Big Ben” bell in the British parliament’s famous clock tower will cease its regular bongs at noon on Aug. 21, falling silent for most of the next four years while renovation works…

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‘Game of Thrones,’ Season 7, Episode 5 review: ‘Eastwatch’
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‘Game of Thrones,’ Season 7, Episode 5 review: ‘Eastwatch’

By Alyssa Rosenberg Note: I’m reviewing “Game of Thrones” from the perspective of someone who has read all of George R.R. Martin’s novels, while my colleague David Malitz, who hasn’t read the books, will be writing…

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Britain’s Inexcusable Dithering Over Brexit
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Britain’s Inexcusable Dithering Over Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May needs a plan. Now. The Brexit deadline of March 2019 creeps ever closer, and exit talks are under way — but Britain’s government still doesn’t know what it wants. This failure…

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Queen Elizabeth II ‘to abdicate throne’ and make Prince Charles the King of England
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Queen Elizabeth II ‘to abdicate throne’ and make Prince Charles the King of England

The Queen is preparing to make Prince Charles King of England The Queen is preparing to make Prince Charles King of England and abdicated the throne, according to reports. Queen Elizabeth, 91, intends to step…

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Massive Perseid meteor shower thrills stargazers
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Massive Perseid meteor shower thrills stargazers

Astronomers and night owls are treated to a dazzling display of celestial fireworks as Perseid meteors stage their annual show. By Sharon Marris, News Reporter Stargazers were given a treat on Saturday night and in…

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Britain must ask for more time to negotiate Brexit
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Britain must ask for more time to negotiate Brexit

by Gina Miller A transitional arrangement for getting out of the European Union is not the answer for this country. We need to extend the exit timetable As our government navigates the complexity of taking Britain…

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Saw palmetto: Uses, dosage, and side effects
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Saw palmetto: Uses, dosage, and side effects

Saw palmetto grows in warm climates Saw palmetto is an extract used in herbal remedies that is thought to affect testosterone levels. But what conditions can it be safely used to treat and does it…

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Brexit: Older generation with nostalgia for Empire has ‘shafted’ Britain’s youth, says Vince Cable
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Brexit: Older generation with nostalgia for Empire has ‘shafted’ Britain’s youth, says Vince Cable

‘The old have had the last word about Brexit, imposing a world view coloured by nostalgia for an imperial past on a younger generation much more comfortable with modern Europe’ Older Brexit voters with views “coloured by…

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Rescue Efforts Suspended for 3 Marines Missing After Osprey Crash Near Australia
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Rescue Efforts Suspended for 3 Marines Missing After Osprey Crash Near Australia

by PHIL HELSEL and COURTNEY KUBE Search-and-rescue efforts have been suspended for three U.S. Marines missing after the tilt-rotor aircraft they were in crashed into the sea off of Australia Saturday, the U.S. military said. The search was…

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THE DOUBLE ECLIPSE GATEWAY IS ON ITS WAY & THERE IS A GLOBAL SYNCHRONIZED MEDITATION
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THE DOUBLE ECLIPSE GATEWAY IS ON ITS WAY & THERE IS A GLOBAL SYNCHRONIZED MEDITATION

THE DOUBLE ECLIPSE GATEWAY IS ON ITS WAY & THERE IS A GLOBAL SYNCHRONIZED MEDITATION   This August 2017 represents an opportunity for you to realize more of your unique essence that you have come with…

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Find Happiness
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Find Happiness

Find Happiness   Happiness is a state of mind, therefore the real source of happiness lies in the mind, not in external circumstances. If our mind is pure and peaceful we shall be happy, regardless…

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Theresa May must prepare ‘credible’ plan for no Brexit deal, says former Bank of England governor Lord King
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Theresa May must prepare ‘credible’ plan for no Brexit deal, says former Bank of England governor Lord King

Britain needs to be better prepared for a “no deal” Brexit to show Brussels there is a “credible” alternative should the negotiations fail, a former Bank of England governor has said. Lord King of Lothbury said failing to…

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Seattle Art Fair displays paintings by Kurt Cobain
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Seattle Art Fair displays paintings by Kurt Cobain

SEATTLE – Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain experimented with painting and drawing throughout his short life. Now two of his paintings are on display at the Seattle Art Fair. This is the first time they’ve been exhibited.…

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British model kidnapped in Milan as captor ‘tried to auction her online for €300,000
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British model kidnapped in Milan as captor ‘tried to auction her online for €300,000

A British model was drugged and kidnapped in Milan for a week in July while her captor sought to “auction” her on the internet for €300,000, Italian police confirmed Saturday. The model, who has not been…

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Neymar Signs With PSG, Set To Become World’s Highest-Paid Soccer Player Ahead Of Messi And Ronaldo
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Neymar Signs With PSG, Set To Become World’s Highest-Paid Soccer Player Ahead Of Messi And Ronaldo

Paris Saint-Germain has officially signed Neymar to a 5-year playing contract, ending a saga that had consumed the summer transfer market. The club will present the 25-year-old superstar at the Parc des Princes on Friday at 1:30…

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What Are The Best Smartphone Camera Lenses?
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What Are The Best Smartphone Camera Lenses?

It can be said that the best camera is the camera you have with you. In this fast-paced world, the chance of someone carrying a smartphone camera over a bulky DSLR camera is much greater. Today’s smartphones…

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British ticket holder wins £51m Euromillions jackpot
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British ticket holder wins £51m Euromillions jackpot

A lottery jackpot worth £51.7m has been won by a player in the UK – but remains unclaimed almost a week after the draw. The National Lottery has launched an appeal to find the mystery…

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Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner Won an Acting Job ‘Because I Had More Followers’
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Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner Won an Acting Job ‘Because I Had More Followers’

There are a lot of dirty little secrets slithering their way through HBO’s Game of Thrones. But Sophie Turner, the actor who plays Sansa Stark on the popular show, may have just pulled back the curtain…

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Friday night dinner recipes
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Friday night dinner recipes

Friday night dinner recipes After a long work week, Friday night dinners are all about taking it easy. Whether it’s pizza, omelettes, fish and chips or speedy salads, these recipes will make your night. Pork skewers…

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BA passengers at Gatwick and Heathrow hit by check-in delays
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BA passengers at Gatwick and Heathrow hit by check-in delays

Disruption comes two months after more than 670 flights cancelled due to power failure over spring bank holiday weekend British Airways travellers faced delays at Heathrow and Gatwick on Wednesday after a temporary check-in problem. The…

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The eternal battle between the heart and mind
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The eternal battle between the heart and mind

The eternal battle between the heart and mind by: Arwal Dhar The most extraordinary thing about love, I believe, is that you’ll find it in the most unexpected places and in the most unexpected people. You’ll…

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HBO hacked: Upcoming episodes, Game of Thrones data leaked online
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HBO hacked: Upcoming episodes, Game of Thrones data leaked online

HBO has joined the ranks of Hollywood entertainment companies to suffer a major cyber attack. Game Of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 Trailer Breakdown   EW has learned that upcoming episodes of a couple series…

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Game of Thrones, season 7 episode 3, The Queen’s Justice – talking points
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Game of Thrones, season 7 episode 3, The Queen’s Justice – talking points

  Have you scraped yourself off the floor yet? Who’d have imagined Jon Snow meeting Daenerys Targayren for the first time would be the third or fourth most interesting thing (at best) in the episode…

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London: CCTV footage shows unarmed hero tackling gunman at a bank robbery in Teddington
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London: CCTV footage shows unarmed hero tackling gunman at a bank robbery in Teddington

An armed robbery in west London was interrupted by a member of the public. Police have released CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an armed robbery at…

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British Gas raises electricity prices by 12.5%
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British Gas raises electricity prices by 12.5%

Experts fear rise will prompt another round of increases after Centrica sanctions average annual dual fuel bill rise of 7.3% to £1,120 British Gas has raised electricity prices by 12.5% in a move consumer experts…

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Driving Tesla’s model 3 changes everything
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Driving Tesla’s model 3 changes everything

Nimble, comfortable, and quick, Tesla’s Model 3 is the Model S on a diet, making up in practicality what it loses in extravagance Sure, driving a fully loaded electric beast is as thrilling as the…

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7 steps to help maintain weight loss for life
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7 steps to help maintain weight loss for life

by Kristin Kirkpatrick As a registered dietitian, many of my appointments with patients begin with harrowing tales of weight-loss programs from the past. Patients discuss details about why one worked over another and how much weight was lost…

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WikiLeaks publishes 20,000 ‘verified’ emails allegedly hacked from Emmanuel Macron’s campaign team
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WikiLeaks publishes 20,000 ‘verified’ emails allegedly hacked from Emmanuel Macron’s campaign team

WikiLeaks claims to have published more than 20,000 verified emails allegedly hacked from French President Emmanuel Macron’s campaign team. The emails were originally published two days before France’s presidential run-off in May. It was a…

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METALLICA Pays Homage To ‘Pasadena Boys’ VAN HALEN With ‘Runnin’ With The Devil’ Cover
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METALLICA Pays Homage To ‘Pasadena Boys’ VAN HALEN With ‘Runnin’ With The Devil’ Cover

METALLICA performed an abbreviated cover version of VAN HALEN‘s classic song “Runnin’ With The Devil” Saturday night (July 29) at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The one-minute nod to the hometown band saw METALLICA…

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How to green up workplaces, by the RHS Young Designer 2017
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How to green up workplaces, by the RHS Young Designer 2017

Depending on how fancy your workplace is, you might be lucky enough to share those gainfully employed hours of the day around plants. The Telegraph offices are fairly well-greened; there’s a pot of neatly lined-up…

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Brexit: No deal on free movement of Labour, insists Liam Fox
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Brexit: No deal on free movement of Labour, insists Liam Fox

Brexit: No deal on free movement of Labour, insists Liam Fox Dr Fox said the Cabinet has not agreed a deal on immigration after withdrawal from the EU Unregulated free movement of labour after Brexit…

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Chester Bennington’s widow heartbroken over rocker’s death
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Chester Bennington’s widow heartbroken over rocker’s death

Chester Bennington’s widow has poured her heart out to the late rocker in an emotional statement a week after he committed suicide. The Linkin Park frontman took his own life on 20 July (17) and…

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Apple axes iPod nano and shuffle
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Apple axes iPod nano and shuffle

Touch became the last iPod standing on Thursday as Apple removed nano and shuffle stand-alone digital music players from its lineup. Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs introduced the devices some 12 years ago with his…

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Watch Live: 2017: Worlds Challenge – 20inch Medium ages
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Watch Live: 2017: Worlds Challenge – 20inch Medium ages

The medium aged categories are racing on the 3rd day of competition in Rock Hill, SC.

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HBO reveals final season of Game Of Thrones may be the longest of all with two hour long episodes
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HBO reveals final season of Game Of Thrones may be the longest of all with two hour long episodes

Game Of Thrones fans at still sore at the fact the final season will only be six episodes long. But HBO revealed on Wednesday season eight may in fact be the longest season yet, with…

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ANGELINA JOLIE OPENS UP ON SPLIT FROM BRAD PITT
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ANGELINA JOLIE OPENS UP ON SPLIT FROM BRAD PITT

ANGELINA JOLIE OPENS UP ON SPLIT FROM BRAD PITT The actress separated from Brad Pitt in September 2016 and says that her family is only just beginning to heal. LOS ANGELES – Angelina Jolie says…

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Theresa May Is Hit by Another Resignation as Strategy Chief Quits
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Theresa May Is Hit by Another Resignation as Strategy Chief Quits

By Tim Ross Theresa May’s director of strategy has become the latest member of her senior team to quit, leaving the premier without the authors of her Brexit vision at a critical time in negotiations with…

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2: Theon Greyjoy’s big leap — and what it might mean
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Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2: Theon Greyjoy’s big leap — and what it might mean

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2: Theon Greyjoy’s big leap — and what it might mean Game of Thrones season 7 episode 2 — ‘Stormborn’ — had several moments that stood out, for a…

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THE WEEK OF THE NEW MOON: IT’S NOT JUST ONE THING, IT’S EVERYTHING.
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THE WEEK OF THE NEW MOON: IT’S NOT JUST ONE THING, IT’S EVERYTHING.

THE WEEK OF THE NEW MOON: IT’S NOT JUST ONE THING, IT’S EVERYTHING. by: Becky Hernandez The weight has been so great this week, especially with the heart. A culmination of last year, really breaking open…

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Dunkirk reveals the spirit that has driven Brexit: humiliation
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Dunkirk reveals the spirit that has driven Brexit: humiliation

Dunkirk reveals the spirit that has driven Brexit: humiliation by: Rafael Behr It would be consistent with a certain kind of Britishness for the nation to ruin itself through sheer embarrassment. Having gone to the…

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Britain to ban all new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040, government expected to announce
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Britain to ban all new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040, government expected to announce

Britain to ban all new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040, government expected to announce £255m fund to be unveiled to help councils deal with pollution New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from…

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How to Exercise for Brain Health
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How to Exercise for Brain Health

Design a workout that can build your brainpower as well as your muscles You have many good reasons to become more physically active: Doing so can boost mood, help maintain a healthy weight, and keep…

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Chester Bennington’s cause of death has been revealed
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Chester Bennington’s cause of death has been revealed

Chester Bennington’s cause of death has been revealed   Linkin Park‘s frontman Chester Bennington was found dead last week and now the cause of death has been confirmed. The 41-year-old singer reportedly committed suicide last week and…

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Dior’s new leading woman on uniting feminism and high fashion
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Dior’s new leading woman on uniting feminism and high fashion

Dior’s new leading woman on uniting feminism and high fashion On February 12, 1947, fashion designer Christian Dior showcased his first collection The full skirts and nipped in waists prompted Harper’s Bazaar’s editor at the time Carmel Snow to…

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BOIL LEMONS AND DRINK THE LIQUID AS SOON AS YOU WAKE UP… YOU WILL BE SHOCKED BY THE EFFECTS!
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BOIL LEMONS AND DRINK THE LIQUID AS SOON AS YOU WAKE UP… YOU WILL BE SHOCKED BY THE EFFECTS!

The way you start the day is exceptionally important for the way you live your life. Drinking warm water with lemon in the mornings is a popular trend. However, it doesn’t “squeeze” all the potential…

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Chester Bennington dead: Linkin Park singer ‘dies aged 41’
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Chester Bennington dead: Linkin Park singer ‘dies aged 41’

Chester Bennington dead: Linkin Park singer ‘dies aged 41’ Chester Bennington the lead singer of Linkin Park has reportedly been found dead. Linkin Park singer and father-of-six Chester Bennington commits suicide aged 41 on the birthday…

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Having lots of sex is good for your brain (especially if you’re older)
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Having lots of sex is good for your brain (especially if you’re older)

There are a whole host of reasons why having a tonne of sex is good for you. But did you realise that regularly getting your raunch-on could actually give your brain a boost? Researchers from…

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What does the SPF number on your sun cream actually mean?
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What does the SPF number on your sun cream actually mean?

You probably assumed that the SPF number on sun cream means one thing: the higher the number, the more protection you have from the sun. Well, you’re not wrong. But the sun protection factor (SPF)…

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Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to make indyref2 statement
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Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to make indyref2 statement

Nicola Sturgeon is to make an announcement later today on the “way forward for Scotland” following the general election result. Ms Sturgeon had called for an independence referendum to be held in the autumn of…

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UK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surges
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UK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surges

by: Jill Treanor, The Guardian The Bank of England is to force banks to hold more capital in the face of rapid growth in lending on credit cards, car finance and personal loans. The intervention by Threadneedle…

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Happy 20th birthday, Harry Potter; here’s to the boy who took us to Hogwarts
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Happy 20th birthday, Harry Potter; here’s to the boy who took us to Hogwarts

by Ashley Zlatopolsky When Harry Potter entered the world on June 26, 1997, as the shy, orphaned teen stuck in an unfair existence with an aunt and uncle who never wanted him, and a cousin to…

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How Harry Potter changed the world
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How Harry Potter changed the world

Twenty years ago, on June 26, 1997, a small children’s press in the UK took a chance on a work of children’s fiction by a debut author — an unknown single mom who’d first gotten…

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Meditation, Yoga And Tai Chi – The Deep Benefits
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Meditation, Yoga And Tai Chi – The Deep Benefits

Provided by: Coventry University Mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation, yoga and Tai Chi don’t simply relax us; they can ‘reverse’ the molecular reactions in our DNA which cause ill-health and depression, according to a…

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Katy Perry focuses on the music and plays all of her biggest hits during her colourful Glastonbury set
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Katy Perry focuses on the music and plays all of her biggest hits during her colourful Glastonbury set

“I’m just one of you – I love the music so much.” BY MEGAN DAVIES Katy Perry made her Glastonbury Festival debut today (June 24) in a burst of colours, feathers and, er, eyeballs, but…

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EU citizens in the shadow of Brexit
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EU citizens in the shadow of Brexit

Theresa May did at least get to stay for the dinner of vegetable tart, monkfish and macerated cherries before leaving the room as the other leaders digested her proposals for the future of EU citizens…

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Parliament hit by cyber attack as hackers attempt to access MPs’ email accounts
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Parliament hit by cyber attack as hackers attempt to access MPs’ email accounts

Hackers have targeted Parliament’s email system in an attempt to access the accounts of hundreds of MPs, Lords, aides and staff. Security services are to shut down access for anyone not in Westminster as part…

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What Brexit has cost us – one year on from the historic vote to leave the EU
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What Brexit has cost us – one year on from the historic vote to leave the EU

On June 23, 2016, the British public voted to leave the EU by a margin of 52%-48%. A year later we ask what the decision has cost us and if anyone is better off as…

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This student journalist documented the Florida school shooting
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This student journalist documented the Florida school shooting

(CNN)David Hogg found himself living a nightmare on Wednesday, hiding in a closet with classmates as a crazed gunman roamed the campus of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, unleashing a torrent of…

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Florida student Emma Gonzalez to lawmakers and gun advocates: ‘We call BS’
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Florida student Emma Gonzalez to lawmakers and gun advocates: ‘We call BS’

(CNN)Emma Gonzalez, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, addressed a gun control rally on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, days after a gunman entered her school in nearby Parkland and killed 17 people.…

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Florida survivors demand gun control
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Florida survivors demand gun control

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionStudent to lawmakers: “Shame on you.” Young survivors of Wednesday’s school shooting in Florida have taken part in an emotionally charged rally demanding tighter gun controls. Protesters…

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Student who survived school shooting to lawmakers: ‘Shame on you’
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Student who survived school shooting to lawmakers: ‘Shame on you’

(CNN)In an emotional rally Saturday in Fort Lauderdale, politicians and Marjory Stoneman Douglas students called for a ban on weapons like the one used to kill 17 people at the Florida high school, and urged…

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The importance of rethinking religious education
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The importance of rethinking religious education

ErasmusFeb 17th 2018by ERASMUStwitter iconfacebook iconlinkedin iconmail iconprint iconNOT ENOUGH people want to teach the subject, and there are plenty of pupils, tax-payers and even head teachers who are highly sceptical about its benefits. And…

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Ethereum Founder Buterin: ‘Traditional Assets Are Safest Bet’ for Life Savings
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Ethereum Founder Buterin: ‘Traditional Assets Are Safest Bet’ for Life Savings

Advertisement Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Blockchain veteran Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of the Ethereum network behind No. 2 cryptocurrency by market cap ETH, is a realist. While…

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George Groves v Chris Eubank Jr
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George Groves v Chris Eubank Jr

World Boxing Super Series semi-final: George Groves v Chris Eubank Jr - BBC Sport ]]> ]]> Summary Groves holds the WBA world super-middleweight title Winner of this moves into the World Boxing Super Series final…

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Blast hits Israeli troops on Gaza border
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Blast hits Israeli troops on Gaza border

Four Israeli soldiers have been hurt, two of them seriously, in an explosion near the Israeli-Gaza border. The army said a Palestinian flag was flying in the area, and when the troops approached they were…

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What do the gun violence debate and 2016 election have in common?
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What do the gun violence debate and 2016 election have in common?

Frida Ghitis, a former CNN producer and correspondent, is a world affairs columnist. She is a frequent opinion contributor to CNN and The Washington Post and a columnist for World Politics Review. The opinions expressed…

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Putin’s chef cooks up a storm
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Putin’s chef cooks up a storm

EuropeFeb 17th 2018 | MOSCOWtwitter iconfacebook iconlinkedin iconmail iconprint iconTHE business empire of Yevgeny Prigozhin had humble roots: a hot-dog stand on the streets of St Petersburg in 1990. “We mixed the mustard at home…

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