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Tropical Storm Beta heads towards Texas and Louisiana with 10million Americans given storm warnings

Tropical Storm Beta traveled through the Gulf Cost on Sunday towards Texas and Louisiana, as weather officials forecast heavy rainfall, storm surges and flooding in the South this week
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Tropical Storm Beta heads towards Texas and Louisiana with 10million Americans given storm warnings

Tropical Storm Beta traveled through the Gulf Cost on Sunday towards Texas and Louisiana, as weather officials forecast heavy rainfall, storm surges and flooding in the South this week

Everton midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson's brother-in-law, 11, dies after accidentally shooting himself

Icelandic footballer Gylfi Sigurdsson, 31, pictured, has lost his brother-in-law after the child accidentally shot himself. Maximilian Helgi Ivarsson, 11, had taken the gun from a locked closet.
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Everton midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson's brother-in-law, 11, dies after accidentally shooting himself

Icelandic footballer Gylfi Sigurdsson, 31, pictured, has lost his brother-in-law after the child accidentally shot himself. Maximilian Helgi Ivarsson, 11, had taken the gun from a locked closet.

Former head of the Supreme Court Baroness Hale says Parliament 'surrendered' its powers

Baroness Brenda Hale criticised the 'sweeping' powers being enforced on the British public without the scrutiny of Parliament and called for a 'properly functioning constitution'.
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Former head of the Supreme Court Baroness Hale says Parliament 'surrendered' its powers

Baroness Brenda Hale criticised the 'sweeping' powers being enforced on the British public without the scrutiny of Parliament and called for a 'properly functioning constitution'.

Model, 26, who lost eight stone to be crowned Miss GB says NOT 'fat-shaming' to call people 'obese'

Jen Atkin, 26, used to weigh in at 18 stone before she decided to heed messages such as 'burn those calories.'
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Model, 26, who lost eight stone to be crowned Miss GB says NOT 'fat-shaming' to call people 'obese'

Jen Atkin, 26, used to weigh in at 18 stone before she decided to heed messages such as 'burn those calories.'

Downing Street forced to deny Italian newspaper's claims Boris Johnson enjoyed jaunt to Perugia

Italian newspaper La Repubblica cites an official statement from the Umbrian airport dated September 17 which says that Mr Johnson travelled through 'in the last few days.'
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Downing Street forced to deny Italian newspaper's claims Boris Johnson enjoyed jaunt to Perugia

Italian newspaper La Repubblica cites an official statement from the Umbrian airport dated September 17 which says that Mr Johnson travelled through 'in the last few days.'

Breast-feeding councillor at the centre of discrimination row after she was 'banned' from a meeting

Louise Rea was allegedly told that she could not bring her eight-month-old daughter Alice to the meeting for the Ivybridge town council in Devon amid fears over confidentiality.
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Breast-feeding councillor at the centre of discrimination row after she was 'banned' from a meeting

Louise Rea was allegedly told that she could not bring her eight-month-old daughter Alice to the meeting for the Ivybridge town council in Devon amid fears over confidentiality.

‘Tinpot dictator’: UK health secretary pilloried for saying he would snitch on neighbors who snub Covid-19 guidelines

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been accused of exhibiting symptoms of totalitarianism after declaring that he would call the cops on people who defy coronavirus rules and refuse to self-isolate. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Tinpot dictator’: UK health secretary pilloried for saying he would snitch on neighbors who snub Covid-19 guidelines

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been accused of exhibiting symptoms of totalitarianism after declaring that he would call the cops on people who defy coronavirus rules and refuse to self-isolate. Read Full Article at RT.com

Parliamentary staff write poems about their privilege after Black Lives Matter protests

Parliamentary staff have reportedly been given an 'inclusivity toolkit' and are urged to admit their 'privilege' and give their 'support' to BAME colleagues through an online platform.
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Parliamentary staff write poems about their privilege after Black Lives Matter protests

Parliamentary staff have reportedly been given an 'inclusivity toolkit' and are urged to admit their 'privilege' and give their 'support' to BAME colleagues through an online platform.

UK to crack down on Covid-19 rule breakers, impose fines up to £10,000 for defying self-isolation orders

The British government is making self-isolation a legal requirement in England for those who have tested positive for Covid-19 or who have been traced to an outbreak, and violators will be fined as much as £10,000 ($12,920). Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK to crack down on Covid-19 rule breakers, impose fines up to £10,000 for defying self-isolation orders

The British government is making self-isolation a legal requirement in England for those who have tested positive for Covid-19 or who have been traced to an outbreak, and violators will be fined as much as £10,000 ($12,920). Read Full Article at RT.com

Too 'UNFASHIONABLE' to help? Poor white children fall behind in UK schools and may suffer biggest Covid-19 hit, experts warn MPs

White children from poor or working-class backgrounds are falling behind their peers from other ethnic groups in educational achievement, and they face the worst prospects for economic advancement, experts told UK lawmakers. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Too 'UNFASHIONABLE' to help? Poor white children fall behind in UK schools and may suffer biggest Covid-19 hit, experts warn MPs

White children from poor or working-class backgrounds are falling behind their peers from other ethnic groups in educational achievement, and they face the worst prospects for economic advancement, experts told UK lawmakers. Read Full Article at RT.com

Four people rushed to hospital with serious injuries after 'multiple stabbing' attack in Plymouth

Officers attended the scene on Albert Road, Plymouth, at 10pm on Saturday with reports of multiple stabbings.
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Four people rushed to hospital with serious injuries after 'multiple stabbing' attack in Plymouth

Officers attended the scene on Albert Road, Plymouth, at 10pm on Saturday with reports of multiple stabbings.

Britain faces on-off lockdowns for next SIX MONTHS as scientists recommend strict new measures 

The PM is looking at ditching his Rule of Six, which outlawed social gatherings of seven or more people in England, and introducing fortnight-long 'circuit breakers'.
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Britain faces on-off lockdowns for next SIX MONTHS as scientists recommend strict new measures 

The PM is looking at ditching his Rule of Six, which outlawed social gatherings of seven or more people in England, and introducing fortnight-long 'circuit breakers'.

Lockdown-defying Professor Neil Ferguson says UK needs… a SECOND LOCKDOWN

Prof. Neil Ferguson, the former UK government adviser who was caught defying his own draconian lockdown in May, has warned that nationwide restrictions will be needed again “sooner rather than later.” Read Full Article at RT.com
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Lockdown-defying Professor Neil Ferguson says UK needs… a SECOND LOCKDOWN

Prof. Neil Ferguson, the former UK government adviser who was caught defying his own draconian lockdown in May, has warned that nationwide restrictions will be needed again “sooner rather than later.” Read Full Article at RT.com

Scientists warn Covid cases in UK will soon mirror those in Spain

The Joint Biosecurity Centre warned that Britain is now six weeks behind Spain, which reported 239 deaths on Wednesday and an average of more than 10,000 new cases per day in the last week.
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Scientists warn Covid cases in UK will soon mirror those in Spain

The Joint Biosecurity Centre warned that Britain is now six weeks behind Spain, which reported 239 deaths on Wednesday and an average of more than 10,000 new cases per day in the last week.

Prince Frederik and Princess Mary met 20 years ago at the Slip Inn during the 2000 Sydney Olympics

In a packed city pub where hundreds stood transfixed by Australia's historic victory in the men's freestyle relay at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, two strangers only had eyes for each other.
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Prince Frederik and Princess Mary met 20 years ago at the Slip Inn during the 2000 Sydney Olympics

In a packed city pub where hundreds stood transfixed by Australia's historic victory in the men's freestyle relay at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, two strangers only had eyes for each other.

Police probe Land Rover driver who ploughed through park duck pond in front of members of public 

The Land Rover drives through the duck pond at The Green in Norton, County Durham as the person taking the video says they are 'going to chase some ducks'.
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Police probe Land Rover driver who ploughed through park duck pond in front of members of public 

The Land Rover drives through the duck pond at The Green in Norton, County Durham as the person taking the video says they are 'going to chase some ducks'.

Scientists claim third of UK covid-19 victims in July and August died from other causes

Scientists at Oxford University claim that one third of UK's Covid-19 deaths in July and August may have being due to other factors such as cancer or being hit by a car.
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Scientists claim third of UK covid-19 victims in July and August died from other causes

Scientists at Oxford University claim that one third of UK's Covid-19 deaths in July and August may have being due to other factors such as cancer or being hit by a car.

Heartbroken family of disabled man, 18, turned up to hospital to be told he had died

EXCLUSIVE: Devastated father Darren Hudson says he is desperately seeking answers after his son Ollie, 18, died alone mysteriously during the coronavirus lockdown in April.
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Heartbroken family of disabled man, 18, turned up to hospital to be told he had died

EXCLUSIVE: Devastated father Darren Hudson says he is desperately seeking answers after his son Ollie, 18, died alone mysteriously during the coronavirus lockdown in April.

Shocked cleaner finds loaded gun that was accidentally left on Heathrow jet by bodyguard for UK Foreign Secretary Raab

Police scrambled to the scene after a shocked cleaner found a loaded gun on a plane at Heathrow Airport. Astonishingly it emerged that the pistol had been accidentally left behind by UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s bodyguard. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Shocked cleaner finds loaded gun that was accidentally left on Heathrow jet by bodyguard for UK Foreign Secretary Raab

Police scrambled to the scene after a shocked cleaner found a loaded gun on a plane at Heathrow Airport. Astonishingly it emerged that the pistol had been accidentally left behind by UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s bodyguard. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Utter shambles’: UK court told escaped prisoner tried to turn himself in SEVEN TIMES but police refused

A British inmate who fled an open prison subsequently tried to hand himself in over the course of a month, but the Metropolitan Police refused to arrest him on seven occasions, his lawyer said. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Utter shambles’: UK court told escaped prisoner tried to turn himself in SEVEN TIMES but police refused

A British inmate who fled an open prison subsequently tried to hand himself in over the course of a month, but the Metropolitan Police refused to arrest him on seven occasions, his lawyer said. Read Full Article at RT.com

PM Johnson warns 2nd wave of coronavirus is coming to UK, says new restrictions may be needed

A second wave of Covid-19 is coming to the UK and the government may be forced to impose new restrictions to stem the spread of the virus, PM Boris Johnson has said, adding that he does not want a new national lockdown. Read Full Article at RT.com
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PM Johnson warns 2nd wave of coronavirus is coming to UK, says new restrictions may be needed

A second wave of Covid-19 is coming to the UK and the government may be forced to impose new restrictions to stem the spread of the virus, PM Boris Johnson has said, adding that he does not want a new national lockdown. Read Full Article at RT.com

A Question Of Sport: Alex Scott breaks her silence in message to her fans

Alex Scott said that her A Question Of Sport hosting job was not a done deal on Instagram on Friday as she thanked her fans for their 'love and support.'  
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A Question Of Sport: Alex Scott breaks her silence in message to her fans

Alex Scott said that her A Question Of Sport hosting job was not a done deal on Instagram on Friday as she thanked her fans for their 'love and support.'  

Amal Clooney QUITS as UK envoy over Boris Johnson's Brexit plan to break international law

The top human rights expert announced she was quitting the high profile post over Mr Johnson's intention to bring in new legislation  that would over-ride part of the Withdrawal Agreement.
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Amal Clooney QUITS as UK envoy over Boris Johnson's Brexit plan to break international law

The top human rights expert announced she was quitting the high profile post over Mr Johnson's intention to bring in new legislation  that would over-ride part of the Withdrawal Agreement.

Is England heading for a HALF-TERM lockdown?

Health bosses have revealed the temporary hospital in Birmingham's NEC arena has been placed on standby so it can start treating patients within two to three days.
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Is England heading for a HALF-TERM lockdown?

Health bosses have revealed the temporary hospital in Birmingham's NEC arena has been placed on standby so it can start treating patients within two to three days.

JK Rowling is accused of Islamophobia after passage of book is shared online

The Edinburgh-based author, 55, who writes under the male pseudonym Robert Galbraith, has been criticised on Twitter over a passage in her book The Silkworm.
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JK Rowling is accused of Islamophobia after passage of book is shared online

The Edinburgh-based author, 55, who writes under the male pseudonym Robert Galbraith, has been criticised on Twitter over a passage in her book The Silkworm.

England's coronavirus outbreak has DOUBLED in a week, official estimates show

The Office for National Statistics estimates that a total of 59,800 people are infected with Covid-19 at any one time in England, a projection that has soared from its 39,700 calculation last week.
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England's coronavirus outbreak has DOUBLED in a week, official estimates show

The Office for National Statistics estimates that a total of 59,800 people are infected with Covid-19 at any one time in England, a projection that has soared from its 39,700 calculation last week.

Queen strips Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of CBE after rape conviction

Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who is serving 23 years in prison in the US for rape and sexual assault, has been stripped of his honorary Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by the ruling of the Queen. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Queen strips Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of CBE after rape conviction

Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who is serving 23 years in prison in the US for rape and sexual assault, has been stripped of his honorary Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by the ruling of the Queen. Read Full Article at RT.com

Sadiq Khan nixes fireworks & says ‘nothing happening’ in Covid-panicked London on New Year’s Eve

Central London will be quiet on New Year’s Eve, Mayor Sadiq Khan has decreed, claiming fireworks and other merrymaking would be too dangerous to public health amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Sadiq Khan nixes fireworks & says ‘nothing happening’ in Covid-panicked London on New Year’s Eve

Central London will be quiet on New Year’s Eve, Mayor Sadiq Khan has decreed, claiming fireworks and other merrymaking would be too dangerous to public health amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read Full Article at RT.com

The 90-minute coronavirus test that's 94% accurate

The CovidNudge test, a machine the size of a shoebox, delivers results in 90 minutes and is 94% accurate.The NHS has already ordered 5,000 machines and 5.8 million testing cartridges
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The 90-minute coronavirus test that's 94% accurate

The CovidNudge test, a machine the size of a shoebox, delivers results in 90 minutes and is 94% accurate.The NHS has already ordered 5,000 machines and 5.8 million testing cartridges

Hospitals are warned to clear beds and brace for a rise in coronavirus patients in TWO weeks

MPs in London have been informed of plans to set up Isolation units for patients to recover by freeing space on wards for those needing the most care as they battle Covid-19.
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Hospitals are warned to clear beds and brace for a rise in coronavirus patients in TWO weeks

MPs in London have been informed of plans to set up Isolation units for patients to recover by freeing space on wards for those needing the most care as they battle Covid-19.

UK Health Secretary refuses to rule out 2nd national lockdown, but it would be ‘last line of defense’

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock says another national lockdown isn’t something “that we ever take off the table,” but he did not clarified whether or not it would be imposed next month. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK Health Secretary refuses to rule out 2nd national lockdown, but it would be ‘last line of defense’

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock says another national lockdown isn’t something “that we ever take off the table,” but he did not clarified whether or not it would be imposed next month. Read Full Article at RT.com

NHS worker brutally beaten in face mask confrontation in DISTURBING VIDEO from London police

A disturbing video was released by Scotland Yard, showing an unruly passenger attacking and leaving unconscious an NHS test-and-trace worker after an argument over wearing the mandatory face mask erupted on a bus in north London. Read Full Article at RT.com
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NHS worker brutally beaten in face mask confrontation in DISTURBING VIDEO from London police

A disturbing video was released by Scotland Yard, showing an unruly passenger attacking and leaving unconscious an NHS test-and-trace worker after an argument over wearing the mandatory face mask erupted on a bus in north London. Read Full Article at RT.com

Vocal protest: Van Morrison rebels against ‘taking our freedom’ in new anti-lockdown songs

Sir Van Morrison, the latest high-profile UK musician to take a stand against Covid-19 restrictions, is set to put out three songs, unloading on those “taking our freedom” and questioning the gravity of the pandemic. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Vocal protest: Van Morrison rebels against ‘taking our freedom’ in new anti-lockdown songs

Sir Van Morrison, the latest high-profile UK musician to take a stand against Covid-19 restrictions, is set to put out three songs, unloading on those “taking our freedom” and questioning the gravity of the pandemic. Read Full Article at RT.com

UK health Secretary refuses to rule out 2nd national lockdown, but it would be ‘last line of defense’

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock says another national lockdown isn’t something “that we ever take off the table,” but he did not clarified whether or not it would be imposed next month. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK health Secretary refuses to rule out 2nd national lockdown, but it would be ‘last line of defense’

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock says another national lockdown isn’t something “that we ever take off the table,” but he did not clarified whether or not it would be imposed next month. Read Full Article at RT.com

Boss of Next slams 'joyless' working from home and says employees miss everyday office conversations

Lord Wolfson, the boss of high street retailer Next, warned about the damaging and 'joyless' effects of the new work environment on businesses.
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Boss of Next slams 'joyless' working from home and says employees miss everyday office conversations

Lord Wolfson, the boss of high street retailer Next, warned about the damaging and 'joyless' effects of the new work environment on businesses.

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