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Type 2 diabetes: Three unexpected foods that could lower blood sugar
TYPE 2 diabetes can cause a person to lose control of their blood glucose (sugar) levels, making them too high. Left untreated, the condition has severe complications, so making simple changes to your lifestyle, such as what you eat, is very important. Here are three foods you may not eat very often but have been proven to lower and control blood glucose levels.
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Paedo caught with 281,000 child sex pics told cops: 'I hope you've got strong stomachs'
A PAEDOPHILE caught with a “library” of 281,000 child sex abuse images – including videos of children aged two being raped – has walked free from court.
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Chickenpox warning: Avoid using this medication or risk serious skin infection
CHICKENPOX is a common condition that mostly affects babies and children, although adults can get it too. Some parents may consider ibuprofen to reduce symptoms, but doctors warn using the anti-inflammatory drug to treat the condition can have adverse effects.
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European Commission has first ever woman president

On Tuesday (16 July), the majority of MEPs at the Strasbourg plenary agreed to support Ursula von der Leyen, a long-standing German cabinet minister, for the presidency of the European Commission.

With 383 votes in favour, just over the minimum of 374 required, von der Leyen secured a

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Hard water MAPPED UK: Do I live in a hard water area? Which areas have the hardest water?
HARD WATER is the marmite of the water world - depending on where you live, you either love it or hate it. But do you know which areas are known for their hard water?
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BREAKING: Drill rapper Unknown T charged with murdering man, 20, at New Year's party
DRILL music rapper Unknown T, has been charged with the murder of a man, 20, at a house party in a north London flat.
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Hero unarmed police officers take on London Bridge terrorists in shock new footage
THIS is the terrifying moment two unarmed police officers took on the three knife-wielding London Bridge terrorists during their bloody rampage.
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Gina Miller makes shock admission over chances of new Brexit referendum – 'Almost zero'
GINA MILLER has claimed there is now an "almost zero" chance of a new Brexit referendum taking place because of the Labour Party's failure to stick to a clear position.
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UK's Fox eyes 'big prize' of U.S. trade deal, says lots of issues in the way

LONDON (Reuters) - The quicker Britain can reach a post-Brexit trade deal with the United States the better but there are a lot of issues in the way of doing so, British trade minister Liam Fox said on Tuesday.

The close allies were caught in an escalating spat last week after memos from

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Radiation Warning: Levels on Pacific Cold War nuclear test sites higher than Chernobyl
RADIATION levels on Pacific islands used by the US as nuclear test sites in the Cold War are still higher than Chernobyl and Fukushima, studies have found.
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Brexit block: Lib Dems recruiting Barnier and Macron to Remain crusade - REVEALED
PRO-Brussels Liberal Democrats have recruited Michel Barnier and Emmanuel Macron in their effort to stop Brexit, Express.co.uk can today reveal.
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BREAKING: Craig Fallon dead: Tragedy as former world and European judo champ dies aged 36
FORMER world and European judo champion Craig Fallon has tragically died aged 36.
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Avengers Endgame theory: Stan Lee cameos throughout MCU were Old Captain America all along
AVENGERS ENDGAME fans have supported a new fan theory claiming Stan Lee’s cameos were Old Captain America all along.
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BREAKING: Major changes to National Lottery could see millions of Brits banned
THE government is planning to raise the age limit for National Lottery – in a move which could see millions of young Brits banned.
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EU braces for no-deal Brexit or another delay under Boris Johnson

BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union is bracing for either a no-deal Brexit or another delay if Boris Johnson becomes Britain’s prime minister next week with a pledge to renegotiate a deal the bloc says it will not reopen.

The three-year Brexit crisis could be about to

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Miracle twins conjoined by skulls separated after 50 hours of operations in London
CONJOINED twins have been separated at a London hospital following 55 hours of operations to separate their heads after they were born with their skulls and blood vessels joined together.
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Iceland and Co-op food recall: Watch out for dangerous plastic in chicken dippers
ICELAND and Co-op have revealed a number of product recalls. Iceland fans should watch out for 60 Crispy Chicken Dippers after fears they contain hard pieces of plastic.
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Moon landing: NASA’s bizarre Apollo 11 pre-flight ritual still honoured after 50 years
THE Apollo 11 Moon landings occurred 50 years ago this Saturday, yet NASA astronauts still honour the same pre-flight rituals.
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Timeline: Key dates for Britain's Brexit crisis - Choosing a new prime minister

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is due to appoint a new prime minister and attempt to renegotiate the terms of its Brexit deal, all before Oct. 31, when it is scheduled to leave the European Union.

What are the key dates between now and Brexit day?

The ruling Conservative Party is in

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Brexit news: What would ANOTHER Brexit extension mean for the UK?
URSULA VON DER LEYEN, the likely new president of the European Commission, has said she’d be open to a further Brexit extension. So what would this mean for the UK and for Brexit?
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Tory leadership battle: Boris Johnson vs Jeremy Hunt - the 8 things we learned last night
BORIS JOHNSON and Jeremy Hunt went head-to-head in their final clash last night. Here’s what we learned.
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‘Mystery big cat on the loose’ fears as deer found devoured ‘like lions at the zoo’
A PUMA is feared to be on the loose after the "stripped bare" carcass of a deer was found in British countryside.
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UK pay growth strongest since 2008, but jobs boom slows

LONDON (Reuters) - British wages, excluding bonuses, rose at their fastest pace in nearly 11 years, official data showed on Tuesday, but there were potential signs of future weakness in jobs growth, the economy’s silver lining since the Brexit referendum.

Core earnings rose by an

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Von der Leyen's final appeal to secure top EU post

For some 40 minutes, the European Commission presidential-hopeful Ursula von Der Leyen delivered a speech at the European Parliament in the hope of securing her post.

In a packed plenary chamber in Strasbourg, von der Leyen on Tuesday (16 July) first shook the hands of the group leaders

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Meghan Markle photos: Every time Meghan has been in public since baby Archie was born
MEGHAN MARKLE is currently on maternity leave spending time with her two-month old son Archie Harrison. But she has broken her maternity leave on a number of occasions recently - here are photos from every time she has been seen since she gave birth.
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UK core pay growth strongest in nearly 11 years, but jobs growth slows

LONDON (Reuters) - British wages, excluding bonuses, rose at their fastest pace in more than a decade in the three months to May, official data showed, but there were some signs that the labour market might be weakening.

Core earnings rose by an annual 3.6%, beating the median forecast of

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SHOCK VID: Tribe member drags rival into jungle 'to be killed' in front of Brit filmmaker
A TRIBAL war between rival groups led to one man dragging another into a forest to kill him – in front of a horrified British documentary maker.
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Labour Leaver Mills stunned at Corbyn's 'Remain party' shift – 'It will cost us votes!'
LABOUR Brexit supporter John Mills has claimed he was "dismayed" when he heard the party was shifting to backing another EU referendum as he issued a huge warning to leader Jeremy Corbyn.
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Amazon Echo dropped to new low price but this ultimate deal won't be around for long
AMAZON Echo fans can now get this smart device at its lowest ever price but this ultimate deal really won’t be around for much longer.
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Outrage as council strips widow, 86, of nest egg in benefits row leaving her penniless
A PENSIONER has been left penniless after her local council persecuted her for saving too much of her pension. Mary Morley, 86, who has learning difficulties, saved a little bit of her State Pension every week after retiring aged 65 in 1989. The former chambermaid, who received £149.54 a week, did not want to burden her family.
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Daily News
First look as amazing Circus Sallai comes to Hull's East Park with acrobats, jugglers and cowgirls

Circus Sallai is set to bring a fantastic spectacle to Hull's East Park

A fantastic exhibition is coming to Hull's East Park with Circus Sallai back in the city to wow audiences once again.

The troupe is returning to Holderness Road from Wednesday,  July 17 - and judging by the

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First look as amazing Circus Sallai comes to Hull's East Park with acrobats, jugglers and cowgirls

Circus Sallai is set to bring a fantastic spectacle to Hull's East Park

A fantastic exhibition is coming to Hull's East Park with Circus Sallai back in the city to wow audiences once again.

The troupe is returning to Holderness Road from Wednesday,  July 17 - and judging by the

today 20:35
Mum punched so hard in face by man that her eyeball exploded

Callum Larkin was sentenced at Hull Crown Court

A mother-of-three says her life was "wrecked" when she lost an eye after being attacked for saying a woman's dad had "a squeaky voice".

She still needs surgery a year on, including a skin graft from her stomach,

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Woman gives birth to brother’s baby to avoid adoption costs

A generous sister has given her brother and his partner the gift of life by volunteering to be their baby’s surrogate mother.

Chapelle Cooper, 27, made the life changing decision after discussing how expensive and complicated the adoption process can be.

Her brother Scott

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Overwatch Summer Games UPDATE: New skins, Challenges and patch notes LIVE
THE Overwatch Summer Games update has arrived today, bringing with it new skins and challenges to play on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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Lewis Hamilton used to mock Sebastian Vettel after latest F1 blunder at Silverstone
LEWIS HAMILTON further extended his lead at the top of the F1 championship with his sixth British Grand Prix win while Sebastian Vettel hit the headlines for yet another racing mistake.
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The best place to live in the British Isles revealed - but it’s likely not what you think
THE BEST place to live in the British Isles has been revealed in a new survey. The number one location might come as a surprise to many Britons - and it was also named 12th best place to live in the world. So which destination came out top?
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Typewriter Netflix release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is Typewriter out?
TYPEWRITER is the new Netflix Original series from India coming to the streaming platform worldwide this week. Here’s all fans need to know about Typewriter, from the cast and trailer to plot and release date.
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Moon landing quotes: ‘One small step’ and other memorable Apollo 11 Moon landing speeches
NASA astronauts took off for their historic mission to the moon 50 years ago today. Neil Armstrong’s resulting “One small step” speech has been indelibly etched in our collective consciousness ever sense. So what other memorable speeches were made by the Apollo 11 astronauts?
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Lunar eclipse in pictures: Breathtaking photos of partial eclipse stun astronomers
A PARTIAL eclipse of the Moon is rising over horizons tonight, much to the delight of photographers around the world. Here are the most incredible images from the final lunar eclipse of the year.
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‘Get on with it!’ Next PM told post-Brexit US trade deal is No1 priority – poll
THE UK’s next prime minister has been told overwhelming to make a trade deal with the US the number one priority when they enter No10 as Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt go head-to head for the top job.
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Charley Webb health: Emmerdale star diagnosed with ‘agonising’ pregnancy condition
CHARLEY WEBB, best known for playing Debbie Dingle in ITV soap opera Emmerdale, is currently on maternity leave and taking a break from the role as she prepares to welcome her third child with husband and co-star Matthew Wolfenden. The star’s pregnancy has encountered some problems along the way, as the star revealed she’d been diagnosed with a painful condition.
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Prince Harry reveals royal baby Archie’s new milestone as Meghan Markle proudly watches on
RINCE HARRY has revealed his son Archie Harrison Mountbatten is now stretching his neck as he and Meghan Markle revealed the historic milestone to Beyonce and Jay-Z.
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‘Mystery big cat on the loose’ fears as deer found devoured ‘like lions at the zoo’
A PUMA is feared to be on the loose after the "stripped bare" carcass of a deer was found in British countryside.
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Craig Fallon dead: Tragedy as former world and European judo champ dies aged 36
FORMER world and European judo champion Craig Fallon has tragically died aged 36.
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Hero unarmed police officers take on London Bridge terrorists in shock new footage
THIS is the terrifying moment two unarmed police officers took on the three knife-wielding London Bridge terrorists during their bloody rampage.
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The Bransholme lorry driver who transitioned to Janet aged 67

Janet Croft is featured in a new exhibition marking Pride in Hull

A transgender lorry driver has told how she decided to transition at the age of 67 after years of feeling "trapped" in her body.

Now 71, Janet Croft, from Bransholme, said she was aware at her feelings at

today 19:32
Woman 'covered in blood' as gangs fight in Queens Gardens

A woman was left with a 'swollen eye' and 'bloodied makeup' and is alleged to have shouted 'I'll stab everyone right up'

A woman in handcuffs was left covered in blood after an attack which saw police cordon off part of Queens Gardens.

Two police cars and one ambulance were sent to

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Latest news from Great Britain
today 20:35 First look as amazing Circus Sallai comes to Hull's East Park with acrobats, jugglers and cowgirls
today 20:35 First look as amazing Circus Sallai comes to Hull's East Park with acrobats, jugglers and cowgirls
today 20:35 Mum punched so hard in face by man that her eyeball exploded
today 20:29 Woman gives birth to brother’s baby to avoid adoption costs
today 20:29 Overwatch Summer Games UPDATE: New skins, Challenges and patch notes LIVE
today 20:29 Lewis Hamilton used to mock Sebastian Vettel after latest F1 blunder at Silverstone
today 20:29 The best place to live in the British Isles revealed - but it’s likely not what you think
today 20:29 Typewriter Netflix release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is Typewriter out?
today 20:29 Moon landing quotes: ‘One small step’ and other memorable Apollo 11 Moon landing speeches
today 20:29 Lunar eclipse in pictures: Breathtaking photos of partial eclipse stun astronomers
today 20:29 ‘Get on with it!’ Next PM told post-Brexit US trade deal is No1 priority – poll
today 20:29 Charley Webb health: Emmerdale star diagnosed with ‘agonising’ pregnancy condition
today 20:29 Prince Harry reveals royal baby Archie’s new milestone as Meghan Markle proudly watches on
today 20:29 Type 2 diabetes: Three unexpected foods that could lower blood sugar
today 20:17 ‘Mystery big cat on the loose’ fears as deer found devoured ‘like lions at the zoo’
today 20:17 Craig Fallon dead: Tragedy as former world and European judo champ dies aged 36
today 20:17 Hero unarmed police officers take on London Bridge terrorists in shock new footage
today 20:17 Paedo caught with 281,000 child sex pics told cops: 'I hope you've got strong stomachs'
today 19:32 The Bransholme lorry driver who transitioned to Janet aged 67
today 19:32 Woman 'covered in blood' as gangs fight in Queens Gardens
today 19:32 Woman 'covered in blood' as gangs fight in Queens Gardens
today 19:26 Accountant caught with 1,700 upskirt images after filming up woman’s dress in Topshop
today 19:26 Disabled grandfather attacked with hammers by masked men who mistake him for someone else
today 19:26 What are the cheaper alternatives to rising childcare costs?
today 19:26 Apex Legends update notes: New Legends patch notes for PS4 and Xbox One revealed
today 19:26 Tiger Woods reveals how Brooks Koepka snubbed his request before The Open
today 19:26 Cruise: Never book these cruise ship cabins - you risk an unpleasant problem
today 19:26 Weight loss: Eating one cup of THIS food a day could help shed pounds and lose weight fast
today 19:26 Eclipse 2019 LIVE stream: How to watch tonight’s lunar eclipse of the Moon live online
today 19:26 The Witcher on Netflix: Geralt of Rivia's silver sword revealed in new Henry Cavill image
today 19:26 End of the world conspiracy: Blood Moon at MIDNIGHT sparks fears of biblical APOCALYPSE
today 19:26 Gemma Atkinson reveals baby name as she shares FIRST pic of daughter with Gorka Marquez
today 19:26 Meghan Markle breaks silence on public attention - ‘They don’t make it easy!’
today 19:26 Iran tensions surge as UK sends THIRD warship to Persian Gulf - 'Tehran sees escalation'
today 19:26 Moment Nigel Farage reacts to ‘fanatical’ Ursula von der Leyen's EU win – ‘Unbelievable!’
today 19:26 MEPs hand EU presidency to Ursula von der Leyen despite backroom deal stitch-up
today 19:26 Chickenpox warning: Avoid using this medication or risk serious skin infection
today 19:23 Theatre Review Europe ahead of its time
today 19:14 Momo Challenge is back – as not one but TWO Hollywood movies
today 19:14 Man Utd target Bruno Fernandes’ hot wife posts video with pals as ‘£50m offer made’
today 19:14 Gay man attacked by thugs in vicious homophobic attack outside McDonald's
today 19:14 13 Reasons Why suicide scene to be removed from Netflix show on advice of doctors
today 19:14 BREAKING: Man killed after being crushed by rocks on beach in Cornwall
today 19:14 Meghan Markle ‘moans about life in public eye’ – saying ‘they don’t make it easy’
today 19:14 Albinos 'hunted like animals' by witchdoctors who believe their body parts bring luck
today 19:14 NASA lining up breakthrough robot Moon landings with AI mission
today 18:32 The far right and feminism: a hollow and exploitative brand of “identity politics”
today 18:29 European Commission has first ever woman president
today 18:29 Euromillions results tonight live: Winning numbers for Tuesday July 16 draw
today 18:29 Aldi's plans for 6am deliveries in Cottingham get knocked back after angry residents object
Editorials
Written 25 years ago, there's an unnerving prescience to this brilliant play in the era of Brexit, says JAN WOOLF
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Men’s rights and anti-feminism have increasingly become a slip road to the far right, according to new polling.   
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Why aren’t those living in cities, or who die in preventable fires also “left behind”?
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New guidelines could impel the sector to start greening finance and financing green infrastructure. 
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This surge in the bitcoin price seems no more likely to endure than the last one, says Matthew Partridge.

Early this year investors thought that bitcoin, the digital currency, was on life support. After peaking at $20,000 at the end of 2017, bitcoin had slumped to $4,000 by April 2019.

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We don’t need new fund structures to tackle liquidity concerns with open ended funds– the ideal vehicle already exists – investment trusts.

The fallout from the gating of Neil Woodford’s open-ended equity income fund, as he tries to sell illiquid assets to pay back disillusioned

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Anyone who has suffered bemused looks when trying to pay with cash in a shop or pub will be aware how rapidly we are moving towards a cashless society. Increasing financial resilience remains a key theme across our Sustainable Future portfolios and as part of this, we believe the

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Recent events in the asset management industry have reminded everyone that there are more issues than headline performance numbers to consider when managing or investing in funds. For a UK equity income fund like ours yield, how returns are being generated (stock selection and

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Environment minister François de Rugy's lavish taxpayer-funded lifestyle exemplifies the gap between the elite and the French people. 
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Having voted against a negotiated Brexit three times, Sarah Champion now says that leaving is so important as to make no-deal preferable to no Brexit.
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