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Jeffrey Epstein watched topless teens in Girls Gone Wild for inspiration

New details of Jeffrey Epstein's life have been exposed in never-seen-before photos of his private island Little St James.

Police officer shot: The rugby-mad man from New Zealand was 'incredibly proud'

Inspirational police officer Matiu Ratana had thrown himself into coaching and was looking forward to being able to focus fully on nurturing future UK rugby stars.
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Police officer shot: The rugby-mad man from New Zealand was 'incredibly proud'

Inspirational police officer Matiu Ratana had thrown himself into coaching and was looking forward to being able to focus fully on nurturing future UK rugby stars.

Cure worse than the disease? Study says UK lockdown linked to thousands of excess deaths

Thousands of Britons who suffer heart attacks and strokes are dying at home instead of seeking medical treatment, a new study has found, as new government figures show 75,000 are projected to die as a result of lockdown measures. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Cure worse than the disease? Study says UK lockdown linked to thousands of excess deaths

Thousands of Britons who suffer heart attacks and strokes are dying at home instead of seeking medical treatment, a new study has found, as new government figures show 75,000 are projected to die as a result of lockdown measures. Read Full Article at RT.com

Coronavirus UK: How experts' offers of tests to NHS were IGNORED

Experts said millions of Britons a day could be getting tested by now instead of a paltry 250,000. A testing lab that was supposed to open in August has yet to process a single test.
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Coronavirus UK: How experts' offers of tests to NHS were IGNORED

Experts said millions of Britons a day could be getting tested by now instead of a paltry 250,000. A testing lab that was supposed to open in August has yet to process a single test.

Who'll bail out Boris? Johnson has taken a vast pay cut to be PM

With something resembling a genial grunt, the Prime Minister urged his guests to tuck into lunch, Oxfordshire beef fillet with crispy shin, baby leeks and a rich gravy.
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Who'll bail out Boris? Johnson has taken a vast pay cut to be PM

With something resembling a genial grunt, the Prime Minister urged his guests to tuck into lunch, Oxfordshire beef fillet with crispy shin, baby leeks and a rich gravy.

Say what? BBC rolls out bizarre story of ‘more than 1,600 police officers’ killed on duty… since 19th century

Following the deadly shooting of an officer inside a police station in Croydon, BBC London rolled out a tribute story to “1,600 police officers” killed in the line of duty, somehow omitting the timeframe in the headline. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Say what? BBC rolls out bizarre story of ‘more than 1,600 police officers’ killed on duty… since 19th century

Following the deadly shooting of an officer inside a police station in Croydon, BBC London rolled out a tribute story to “1,600 police officers” killed in the line of duty, somehow omitting the timeframe in the headline. Read Full Article at RT.com

City Inspectors peer through letter boxes on the hunt for illegal lock-ins after 10pm Covid curfew

Nosy council inspectors have been peering through letterboxes and windows in an effort to track down pubs and clubs holding lock-ins past the coronavirus curfew
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City Inspectors peer through letter boxes on the hunt for illegal lock-ins after 10pm Covid curfew

Nosy council inspectors have been peering through letterboxes and windows in an effort to track down pubs and clubs holding lock-ins past the coronavirus curfew

Princess Eugenie pregnant: Royal and Jack Brooksbank expecting baby

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are expecting their first baby, Buckingham Palace has announced. The couple, who married in October 2018, are expecting the baby in early 2021
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Princess Eugenie pregnant: Royal and Jack Brooksbank expecting baby

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are expecting their first baby, Buckingham Palace has announced. The couple, who married in October 2018, are expecting the baby in early 2021

London is put on lockdown watch-list after a spike in Covid-19 infections and hospital admissions 

Figures show the number of victims succumbing to the disease now stands at 29 - compared to the average of 17 last Friday. But they are still a far-cry from the 1,000 recorded each day in the spring.
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London is put on lockdown watch-list after a spike in Covid-19 infections and hospital admissions 

Figures show the number of victims succumbing to the disease now stands at 29 - compared to the average of 17 last Friday. But they are still a far-cry from the 1,000 recorded each day in the spring.

Freshers are caught throwing illegal party at university halls

Students at the University of Manchester have been filmed throwing an illegal party at 1am this morning outside of Owens Park halls in Fallowfield, south Manchester.
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Freshers are caught throwing illegal party at university halls

Students at the University of Manchester have been filmed throwing an illegal party at 1am this morning outside of Owens Park halls in Fallowfield, south Manchester.

UK national debt hits ANOTHER record high of more than £2 TRILLION

The bruising economic fallout of the pandemic was laid bare by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) as the UK's national debt surpassed £2trillion.
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UK national debt hits ANOTHER record high of more than £2 TRILLION

The bruising economic fallout of the pandemic was laid bare by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) as the UK's national debt surpassed £2trillion.

Taxi driver, 37, charged with murdering his 'amazing' mother-of-seven wife, 39

Taxi driver,Sajid Pervez, 37, charged with murdering his wife. Abida Karim was found dead by police in Leeds, West Yorkshire yesterday morning
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Taxi driver, 37, charged with murdering his 'amazing' mother-of-seven wife, 39

Taxi driver,Sajid Pervez, 37, charged with murdering his wife. Abida Karim was found dead by police in Leeds, West Yorkshire yesterday morning

Is Britain's coronavirus outbreak taking off again? Infections are up 48% in a week

EXCLUSIVE: Today saw another 6,874 Covid-19 cases recorded, meaning the seven-day rolling average (5,329) is 54 per cent higher than it was a week ago, when it stood at 3,466.
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Is Britain's coronavirus outbreak taking off again? Infections are up 48% in a week

EXCLUSIVE: Today saw another 6,874 Covid-19 cases recorded, meaning the seven-day rolling average (5,329) is 54 per cent higher than it was a week ago, when it stood at 3,466.

Britain’s biggest supermarkets block bulk-buying key products as new coronavirus restrictions spark fears of shortages

The UK’s biggest supermarket chains Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons have set limits on bulk-buying of staples such as flour, pasta and toilet roll amid new government measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Britain’s biggest supermarkets block bulk-buying key products as new coronavirus restrictions spark fears of shortages

The UK’s biggest supermarket chains Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons have set limits on bulk-buying of staples such as flour, pasta and toilet roll amid new government measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Read Full Article at RT.com

UK cancer charities warn of almost 50% Covid-induced drop in funding, but scientists worry virus itself may cause more tumors

Cancer research charities in the UK are sounding the alarm about a potential drop of 46 percent in funding due to coronavirus. This comes as more evidence emerges that Covid-19 itself could lead to a spike in brain cancer. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK cancer charities warn of almost 50% Covid-induced drop in funding, but scientists worry virus itself may cause more tumors

Cancer research charities in the UK are sounding the alarm about a potential drop of 46 percent in funding due to coronavirus. This comes as more evidence emerges that Covid-19 itself could lead to a spike in brain cancer. Read Full Article at RT.com

The REAL victims of the economic shutdown! Queen Elizabeth & co. forced to rein in royal spending as Covid-19 pandemic bites

Britain’s royal family has been forced to cut back on luxuries due to the Covid-19 economic shutdown, which has left them short tens of millions of pounds, placing a major renovation project in jeopardy. Read Full Article at RT.com
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The REAL victims of the economic shutdown! Queen Elizabeth & co. forced to rein in royal spending as Covid-19 pandemic bites

Britain’s royal family has been forced to cut back on luxuries due to the Covid-19 economic shutdown, which has left them short tens of millions of pounds, placing a major renovation project in jeopardy. Read Full Article at RT.com

Coronavirus Hong Kong: Hazmat-suited officials detain BA cabin crew in Hong Kong

Ellie Freeman, a stewardess from High Wycombe, posted a series of Snapchats as she and her colleagues were given just 30 minutes to pack up before being shuttled to austere portacabins.
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Coronavirus Hong Kong: Hazmat-suited officials detain BA cabin crew in Hong Kong

Ellie Freeman, a stewardess from High Wycombe, posted a series of Snapchats as she and her colleagues were given just 30 minutes to pack up before being shuttled to austere portacabins.

First coronavirus vaccine will not be a 'silver bullet', scientists warn government

Experts advising the UK government said it may only reduce people's symptoms and be partially effective as they stress the need for caution when it is rolled out.
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First coronavirus vaccine will not be a 'silver bullet', scientists warn government

Experts advising the UK government said it may only reduce people's symptoms and be partially effective as they stress the need for caution when it is rolled out.

Over 80% defy Covid-19 self-isolation rules, more than half display poor knowledge of symptoms – UK study

Fewer than one in five people in the UK displaying Covid-19 symptoms decide to self-isolate, a fresh study has revealed, and over 50 percent of Britons only have a very vague idea of how the disease manifests itself. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Over 80% defy Covid-19 self-isolation rules, more than half display poor knowledge of symptoms – UK study

Fewer than one in five people in the UK displaying Covid-19 symptoms decide to self-isolate, a fresh study has revealed, and over 50 percent of Britons only have a very vague idea of how the disease manifests itself. Read Full Article at RT.com

London police officer shot dead by man being detained at station, attacker then turned gun on himself

An officer has been shot dead inside a police station in Croydon after their colleagues failed to find a gun hidden on a recently-arrested suspect, who then attempted to take their own life. Read Full Article at RT.com
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London police officer shot dead by man being detained at station, attacker then turned gun on himself

An officer has been shot dead inside a police station in Croydon after their colleagues failed to find a gun hidden on a recently-arrested suspect, who then attempted to take their own life. Read Full Article at RT.com

UK gives £67.9m in foreign aid to China in the last year

Schemes funded by UK taxpayers included a photography project to understand the country's past, syphilis tests for gay men and improving cancer screening in rural areas of China.
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UK gives £67.9m in foreign aid to China in the last year

Schemes funded by UK taxpayers included a photography project to understand the country's past, syphilis tests for gay men and improving cancer screening in rural areas of China.

BAME: Genetic variation 'unlikely to influence Covid-19 mortality'

Scientists found no differences in seven genes associated with viral entry of SARS-CoV-2 - the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 - across ethnic groups.
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BAME: Genetic variation 'unlikely to influence Covid-19 mortality'

Scientists found no differences in seven genes associated with viral entry of SARS-CoV-2 - the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 - across ethnic groups.

Boris Becker faces 7 years' jail if found guilty of hiding assets

Boris Becker looked anguished at Scott's in Mayfair, London after he was told he faces seven years in jail if found guilty of hiding assets when he filed for bankruptcy.
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Boris Becker faces 7 years' jail if found guilty of hiding assets

Boris Becker looked anguished at Scott's in Mayfair, London after he was told he faces seven years in jail if found guilty of hiding assets when he filed for bankruptcy.

Socialite, 53, who was bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding admits stealing £680 Max Mara coat

India Hicks, who was a bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding in 1981, stole the Max Mara ladies' coat from one of Harrods' luxury branches at Heathrow in January.
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Socialite, 53, who was bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding admits stealing £680 Max Mara coat

India Hicks, who was a bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding in 1981, stole the Max Mara ladies' coat from one of Harrods' luxury branches at Heathrow in January.

Socialite, 53, who was bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding admits shoplifting £680 Max Mara coat

India Hicks, who was a bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding in 1981, stole the Max Mara ladies' coat from one of Harrods' luxury branches at Heathrow in January.
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Socialite, 53, who was bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding admits shoplifting £680 Max Mara coat

India Hicks, who was a bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding in 1981, stole the Max Mara ladies' coat from one of Harrods' luxury branches at Heathrow in January.

Fur sales will be BANNED in Britain once the country leaves the EU

The Government is considering plans to ban the import of wild animal fur into the UK that would essentially forbid the sale of clothes containing fur in shops after Brexit.
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Fur sales will be BANNED in Britain once the country leaves the EU

The Government is considering plans to ban the import of wild animal fur into the UK that would essentially forbid the sale of clothes containing fur in shops after Brexit.

Boom crown rat: Magawa the bomb disposal rodent is awarded animal George Cross

Magawa, a giant African pouched rat, has discovered 39 landmines and 28 items of unexploded ordnance since he was trained. He has cleared the equivalent of 20 football pitches.
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Boom crown rat: Magawa the bomb disposal rodent is awarded animal George Cross

Magawa, a giant African pouched rat, has discovered 39 landmines and 28 items of unexploded ordnance since he was trained. He has cleared the equivalent of 20 football pitches.

Pub-goers head home after being turfed out across England as 10pm curfew begins

The new rules, which also ban customers in England from ordering from the bar, come as the government aims to avoid a second national lockdown in the face of rising infection figures.
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Pub-goers head home after being turfed out across England as 10pm curfew begins

The new rules, which also ban customers in England from ordering from the bar, come as the government aims to avoid a second national lockdown in the face of rising infection figures.

The sky-high cost of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big tour of Africa that tore the Royals apart

Royal accounts published today show £245,643 was spent on scheduled flights and a private jet for the couple and their entourage to Africa, making it the most expensive royal trip of the year.
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The sky-high cost of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big tour of Africa that tore the Royals apart

Royal accounts published today show £245,643 was spent on scheduled flights and a private jet for the couple and their entourage to Africa, making it the most expensive royal trip of the year.

Coronavirus UK: Rishi Sunak announces Winter Economy Plan bailout

Chancellor Rishi Sunak today unveiled his new Winter Economy Plan with a wage subsidy scheme to replace furlough as its centrepiece as he moved to try to stave off massive job losses over the winter.
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Coronavirus UK: Rishi Sunak announces Winter Economy Plan bailout

Chancellor Rishi Sunak today unveiled his new Winter Economy Plan with a wage subsidy scheme to replace furlough as its centrepiece as he moved to try to stave off massive job losses over the winter.

Morrison's becomes first supermarket to put limit on number of items customers can buy

Bosses at Morrisons have introduced curbs on toilet roll and hand gel with shortages already being reported in stores up and down the country as Britain braces itself for a second wave of coronavirus .
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Morrison's becomes first supermarket to put limit on number of items customers can buy

Bosses at Morrisons have introduced curbs on toilet roll and hand gel with shortages already being reported in stores up and down the country as Britain braces itself for a second wave of coronavirus .

Small firms say Rishi Sunak's job-saving plan doesn't go far enough

Chancellor Rishi Sunak's plans were criticised for leaving self-employed people to 'fend for themselves' and not considering small firms renting office space on a casual basis.
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Small firms say Rishi Sunak's job-saving plan doesn't go far enough

Chancellor Rishi Sunak's plans were criticised for leaving self-employed people to 'fend for themselves' and not considering small firms renting office space on a casual basis.

Boris Johnson faces growing backbench rebellion as up to 50 Tory MPs and a MINISTER oppose lockdown

Ex-ministers, hardcore Brexiteers, party moderates and new Red Wall MPs are among those who are supporting a push to make ministers accountable to the Commons.
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Boris Johnson faces growing backbench rebellion as up to 50 Tory MPs and a MINISTER oppose lockdown

Ex-ministers, hardcore Brexiteers, party moderates and new Red Wall MPs are among those who are supporting a push to make ministers accountable to the Commons.

Rishi Sunak poses for moody photos as Winter Economy Plan announced

Thoughtful, poised, and ready to rescue Britain from economic doom... welcome to a behind-the-scenes (and totally unscripted) insight into Rishi Sunak's preparations for his big speech.
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Rishi Sunak poses for moody photos as Winter Economy Plan announced

Thoughtful, poised, and ready to rescue Britain from economic doom... welcome to a behind-the-scenes (and totally unscripted) insight into Rishi Sunak's preparations for his big speech.

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