Foster: DUP would not support Jeremy Corbyn-led government

Foster: DUP would not support Jeremy Corbyn-led government

The DUP leader has made clear her party would not support a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour government in a hung parliament. At the launch of a policy document in Belfast, Arlene Foster claimed Mr Corbyn would be bad for the future of the Union. She insi...
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Closest images ever taken of the Sun show 'campfires' dotted across its surface

Closest images ever taken of the Sun show 'campfires' dotted across its surface

Scientists have revealed the closest images ever taken of the Sun, which show mini solar flares, called "campfires", dotted across its surface. The images were captured last month by the Solar Orbiter, a European Space Agency probe designed and b...
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98-year-old care home resident completes 100-day piano marathon

98-year-old care home resident completes 100-day piano marathon

One of the oldest residents of a Lanarkshire care home has almost completed a feat of musical endurance. Despite living with arthritis, 98-years-young Mrs Rebecca Parker has embarked on a 100-day piano marathon for charity.
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Starmer meets 'desperate and frustrated' care workers

Starmer meets 'desperate and frustrated' care workers

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says care home workers are "frustrated and desperate" at the lack of coronavirus tests sent to them, despite Government promises.
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Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to UK to pursue appeal, court rules

Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to UK to pursue appeal, court rules

Shamima Begum - one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State group (IS) - should be allowed to return to the UK to challenge the deprivation of her British citizenship, senior judges have ruled. ...
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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard arrive at the High Court as libel hearing continues

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard arrive at the High Court as libel hearing continues

Actor Johnny Depp arrives at the High Court in London ahead of the latest day in his libel case against the publishers of The Sun and its executive editor Dan Wootton.
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Bronze bust commissioned for Captain Sir Tom Moore

Bronze bust commissioned for Captain Sir Tom Moore

Garry McBride, of Monumental Icons, with his bronze bust of Captain Sir Tom Moore, which has been commissioned by the Derbyshire firm and sculpted by Andrew Edwards in the hope it can be displayed at the headquarters of NHS Charities Together, the...
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Jofra Archer 'extremely sorry' as England drop bowler for bio-secure breach

Jofra Archer 'extremely sorry' as England drop bowler for bio-secure breach

England bowler Jofra Archer has been sent into self-isolation and ruled out of this today's second Test against the West Indies after "a breach of the team's bio-secure protocols". Both teams have been living, training and sleeping in two 'bubble...
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Brexit briefing: 168 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 168 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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US election: Trump trailing Biden by 10 points

US election: Trump trailing Biden by 10 points

A look at the seven-day rolling average of the approval rating of US Presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump, courtesy of RealClearPolitics.
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Lockdown has claimed nearly 650,000 jobs since March

Lockdown has claimed nearly 650,000 jobs since March

UK workers on company payrolls have fallen by 649,000 during lockdown as the coronavirus crisis claimed another 74,000 jobs last month, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said early estimates showed the number...
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Sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester removed from Colston plinth

Sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester removed from Colston plinth

The sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester which replaced the statue of slave trader Edward Colston has been removed. Pictures from the scene appeared to show workers at the site at around 5.20am on Thursday. Bristol City Council said it wa...
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Ikea to launch plant-based alternative to famous Swedish meatballs

Ikea to launch plant-based alternative to famous Swedish meatballs

IKEA announces that, from the 3rd August, it will offer a new, more sustainable alternative to the iconic IKEA meatball. Developed with one main purpose - to recreate a meatball without the meat - plant balls have just 4% of the climate footprint...
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Food artist creates gruesome treats out of cake

Food artist creates gruesome treats out of cake

From succulent chocolate slugs to fancy severed feet and brains brimming with sugary delight, a sculptor with a taste for the absurd is adding her macabre touch to cake-making. Food artist Sarah Hardy's gourmet gore has earned her a place in the ...
Barack Obama and Bill Gates accounts hacked in Bitcoin Twitter scam

Barack Obama and Bill Gates accounts hacked in Bitcoin Twitter scam

High-profile Twitter accounts, including those of Barack Obama, Elon Musk and Kanye West, have been hacked as part of a widespread cryptocurrency scam. The accounts, which have large Twitter followings, were simultaneously hacked on Wednesday eve...
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Klopp not concerned by Liverpool's fading 100-point hopes

Klopp not concerned by Liverpool's fading 100-point hopes

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he is not concerned as Liverpool's hopes of making 100 points in the Premier League looked lost after a 2-1 defeat by Arsenal.
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Pep Guardiola admits little chance of David Silva staying at Man City

Pep Guardiola admits little chance of David Silva staying at Man City

Manchester City's Pep Guardiola admits there is little chance the club can persuade David Silva to stay. The Spaniard is leaving the club at the end of the season and appears determined to end on a high.
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Rory McIlroy: It's been difficult to focus without fans during PGA Tour

Rory McIlroy: It's been difficult to focus without fans during PGA Tour

Rory McIlroy admits it is difficult to focus without a crowd during the PGA Tour. He feels his opponents including Tiger Woods may also struggle to adapt to the strange circumstances. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament is t...
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Bars, hairdressers and churches among venues open again in Scotland as lockdown eases

Bars, hairdressers and churches among venues open again in Scotland as lockdown eases

Bars, churches, hairdressers and other venues have opened in Scotland as the country eases its Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. As Scotland marked its first full week with no Covid-19 related deaths since March, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon sai...
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Do face coverings help reduce coronavirus transmission?

Do face coverings help reduce coronavirus transmission?

It will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England. But do they actually help reduce coronavirus transmission?
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Jason Isaacs to help Scottish charity with online performance of Greek tragedies

Jason Isaacs to help Scottish charity with online performance of Greek tragedies

Jason Isaacs is to help bring to life scenes from two Greek tragedies in an online production staged on behalf of a veterans charity in Scotland The actor, known for his work in the Harry Potter and Star Trek franchises, will remotely perform sce...
Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 45,053

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 45,053

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said 45,053 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Tuesday - up by 85 from 44,968 the previous day.
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Premier League match preview: Crystal Palace v Man United

Premier League match preview: Crystal Palace v Man United

An in-depth look at Crystal Palace's Premier League clash with Manchester United.
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Joe Denly left out of England's second Test against West Indies

Joe Denly left out of England's second Test against West Indies

England have dropped batsman Joe Denly for the second Test against the West Indies. Captain Joe Root returns at Emirates Old Trafford following the arrival of his second child, while 34-year-old Denly will not be involved. An average of 29.53 af...
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Priti Patel quizzed on number of Covid-19 cases arriving in the UK

Priti Patel quizzed on number of Covid-19 cases arriving in the UK

Home Secretary Priti Patel is questioned during a Commons Home Affairs Committee hearing on the number people are coming to the UK with Covid-19 by Yvette Cooper.
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