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Woman leaves camera filming empty bedroom – what she captures will haunt you forever
A BONE-CHILLING clip sent shivers through the spines of viewers after accidentally capturing something truly haunting.
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Coca-Cola addict has 12 teeth removed after guzzling soft drink daily

An elderly dog with a sweet tooth including a love of Coca-Cola has had twelve teeth removed.

The ageing pet called Lady fell in love with the fizzy drink after taking a sneaky sip from her owner’s glass.

Despite Coca-Cola being strictly for human consumption, Lady then spent a

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Woman glassed in exclusive nightclub told she’ll be scarred for the rest of her life

A recruitment consultant has been left scarred for life after she was glassed in the face at an exclusive nightclub in Newcastle.

Kirsty Rustman, 30, was out celebrating a friend’s birthday at Livello bar when a woman threw a drink over her fiancé Matthew Hurst on the dance

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Stunned driver films road rage man 'punching' motorist through car window before he's hit with surveyor's measuring wheel
The fight was allegedly sparked when the driver of a silver Vauxhall Astra almost collided with a white van
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Fake news debunkers prepare for French and German votes

The offices of Correctiv, a German journalists' collective, seem a bit crowded already.

Its East Berlin newsroom has a stage area where a photo shoot recently ended. There are piles of books and a British telephone box, amid second-hand furniture and bits of modern graphic design.

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Shocking pictures show young cows crammed into cages at M&S dairy farm

An investigation has revealed how an M&S milk supplier keeps calves locked in small, solitary, pens for up to six months. 

Grange Dairy, in East Chaldon, Dorset houses around 1,000 calves, many of whom are up to six months old, in solitary pens despite animal welfare laws banning

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Boy, 4, must spend 20 hours a day under bright lights to treat rare liver disease

Children struggle to sit still at the best of times.

So imagine having to do so for 20 hours a day.

That’s exactly little Ismail Ali has to do just to keep himself alive.

The four-year-old suffers from a very rare liver disease known as Crigler-Najjar or

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'There is a real problem with the BBC' Brexiteer launches tirade at 'BIASED' broadcaster

The veteran Brexiteer said he often found himself “shouting at the television” in disgust at the broadcaster’s gloom-ridden coverage in the lead up to triggering of Article 50.

Mr Bone claimed the BBC “doesn’t understand” why Project Fear’s

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Internet bride has murder inquiry findings overturned after being linked to death of millionaire husband

A Ukrainian internet bride – who is linked to the killing of her millionaire husband – has won a legal battle to overturn the findings of an inquest into his death.

Ganna Ziuzina, 38, is linked to the death of Barry Pring, 47, from Devon, who was tragically killed in a

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Man goes on breastfeeding rant that mums shouldn’t take kids to the pub

Dozens of mums have hit back after man went on a ‘ridiculous’ rant about someone breastfeeding in the pub.

Sheldon Sparks left a rambling post on a Facebook group for people in Bristol, saying that it wasn’t appropriate for a mother to have two glasses of wine

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Rio Ferdinand opens up about telling kids they will 'never see their mum again' and his regrets after the death of wife Rebecca
The footballer thought showing emotion was a sign of weakness but has now learnt to express his grief
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Rio Ferdinand opens up about telling kids they will 'never see their mum again' and his regrets after the death of wife Rebecca
The footballer thought showing emotion was a sign of weakness but has now learnt to express his grief
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Royal Marine Alexander Blackman gets seven years for Taliban killing
A Royal Marine convicted of killing a wounded Taliban fighter in Afghanistan has been jailed for seven years.
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BREAKING: Royal Marine who killed Taliban fighter to be FREED after three years in jail
THE Royal Marine who shot dead a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan is to be made a free man after more than three years in jail.
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Underdog boxer absolutely DESTROYS unbeaten opponent with relentless pummelling
A BOXER ranked as a 10/1 outsider sent shocks through the sporting world when he broke a title-contender's unbeaten record.
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Lots of sex and looking at boobs proven to help men live longer, says science

Here it is men… the secret on how to live a long, happy, healthy life.

Have lots of sex and stare at boobs.

Well, that is according to Medical Daily – who claim getting married and having children is also up there.

After looking into the facts, they revealed that the

today 10:57
Pictured: Two boys, 17, found dead near cliffs in Saltburn

The two boys who were found dead next to cliffs in Saltburn have been named.

Enquiries are ongoing to determine how Harry Watson and Alex Yeoman died, however officers say they are not treating the death as suspicious.

Some reports suggest the boys may have accidentally slipped and

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Marine who shot Taliban fighter could walk from jail within weeks

Royal Marine Alexander Blackman could be freed from prison within weeks.

Blackman, previously referred to as Marine A, fatally shot an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan.

Sergeant Alexander Blackman, 42, from Taunton in Somerset, was sentenced to seven years on Tuesday for

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BREAKING: Marine A Alex Blackman could be released in WEEKS after sentence is reduced

Five judges at the Court Martial Appeal Court are to sentence Sergeant Alexander Blackman, 42, from Taunton in Somerset, following their recent decision to reduce his murder conviction to diminished responsibility manslaughter.

They heard moving mitigation on his behalf at a hearing in

today 10:55
'Marine A' Alexander Blackman who shot dead injured Taliban fighter could be freed within weeks after murder conviction quashed
Alexander Blackman, 42, from Taunton, Somerset, was re-sentenced for manslaughter after he was ruled to have been suffering from an "abnormality of mental functioning"
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'Marine A' Alexander Blackman who shot dead injured Taliban fighter could be freed within weeks after murder conviction quashed
Alexander Blackman, 42, from Taunton, Somerset, was re-sentenced for manslaughter after he was ruled to have been suffering from an "abnormality of mental functioning"
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Mum of Scottish boxer who died in Thailand to fly out and bring son's body home
Members of the boxing community across Scotland have rallied round to raise money to help ease the financial strain on the 20-year-old Falkirk fighter’s family after the tragedy.
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Tesco fined £129 million after fraud investigation

Tesco has been fined £129 million fine by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), but has escaped prosecution over an accounting scandal.

The supermarket giant said its subsidiary – Tesco Stores – has reached a Deferred Prosecution Agreement with the SFO following a two-year fraud

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Woman who tortured neighbour by playing Ed Sheeran on repeat jailed

A woman who tortured her neighbours by playing Ed Sheeran on repeat has ended up behind bars – for the second time.

Mum of three Sonia Bryce taunted neighbours by playing Ed Sheeran song, ‘Shape of You’, at top volume over and over again.

Sonia Bryce blighted Clare

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The extraordinary story of the Welsh LSD ring that supplied 60% of global supply and was worth equivalent of half a billion pounds
Forty years ago this weekend cops descended on Powys and Ceredigion, as part of what remains one of the world's biggest ever counter-drug operations
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The extraordinary story of the Welsh LSD ring that supplied 60% of global supply and was worth equivalent of half a billion pounds
Forty years ago this weekend cops descended on Powys and Ceredigion, as part of what remains one of the world's biggest ever counter-drug operations
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LuxLeaks forces discussion on EU-wide protections

Justice ministers are meeting over lunch in Brussels on Tuesday (28 March) to discuss possible whistleblower protection rules at EU level.

But talks are likely to encounter obstacles given the broader resistance at member state level towards any meaningful rules. "The idea is to generate a

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Khalid Masood’s wife speaks out to ‘totally condemn’ her husband’s actions

The wife of the man who killed four people in a terror attack outside Parliament has spoken out, saying she is ‘shocked and saddened’ by what Khalid Masood did.

Rohey Hydara said: ‘I totally condemn his actions. I express my condolences to the families of the victims that

today 08:45
Scottish Parliament expected to back Sturgeon’s call for second independence referendum

It’s believed members of Scottish parliament will back Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second independence referendum today.

A two-day debate over whether the First Minister should seek permission to hold another ballot between autumn next year and spring 2019 started in the

today 08:45
The new 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation today

A new 12-sided £1 coin will enter circulation – with early teething problems expected at coin-operated machines across the country.

The new coin has been described as the most secure in the world and boasts high-tech features, including a hologram.

But consumers craving a

today 08:45
Daily News
'Humans' Drama Starring Gemma Chan, Commissioned For Series 3
The robot revolution continues.
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Study Finds Cats Love Humans More Than Food (And All Is Well In The World)

For years, cats have been perceived as a bit cold and anti-social. But, actually, they’re pretty loveable and really quite nice. 

That’s according to a new study which discovered that - contrary to popular belief - domestic cats prefer human interaction (basically cuddles, having a

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Ruth Langsford Sets The Record Straight After *That* Mother's Day Social Media Faux Pas

Ruth Langsford has opened up about a rather embarrassing incident that took place over the weekend, when she accidentally shared an explicit picture on Twitter.

The TV star meant to share a snap of herself with her mum and her sister, as a Mother’s Day tribute, but was unaware that her

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Kent Landlord Fergus Wilson Provokes Fury With 'No Coloureds' Diktat
'We’re getting overloaded with coloured people.'
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Boris Johnson Tells MPs Not To Call Donald Trump A Fascist
Foreign secretary tells people not to be 'pessimistic' about the US President.
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Pro-Brexit MPs Walk Out Of Meeting In Protest At A 'Gloomy' Report On Theresa May's Plans
The Brexit Commitee is chaired by Remain campaigner Hilary Benn
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Hero builders turn into action stars to stop thief stealing from site in CCTV video
A SNEAKY thief got the shock of life when he attempted to steal from a construction site and was confronted by a gang of burly builders.
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Mum faces vile insult from posh cafe after making simple change to menu item
A POSH cafe has been slammed for leaving an outrageous message on a customer's receipt after she ordered a smaller portion.
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Russian invasion: Putin 'planning for war' in THESE two countries next
VLADIMIR Putin is planning on invading two countries as part of his plans to assert Russia's global dominance, it's been claimed.
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Girlfriend forced to watch as man cheats on her – discovers other woman is PREGNANT
A DISTRAUGHT girlfriend burst into tears when a cheating test she set up on her boyfriend went horribly wrong.
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Rembrandt's The Shipbuilder and his Wife to be shown in Ferens Art Gallery in Hull

Hull's Ferens Gallery will soon boast a masterpiece from one of the world's most famous artists.

Rembrandt van Rign's painting The Shipbuilder and his Wife will be displayed in the city's art gallery from April 1 to August 28.

It will be the first Rembrandt painting will be on

today 14:19
Uber: It is not necessarily a farewell to Denmark

Ride-sharing service Uber has announced that it will shut down activities in Denmark in protest over a new law introducing the same requirements for Uber as for other taxi services.

The Uber app will be defunct from 18 April, Uber's spokesman in Denmark, Kristian Agerbo, said at a press

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Elderly dog with a love of Coca Cola has 12 TEETH removed

The ageing pooch called 'Lady' fell in love with the fizzy drink after taking a sneaky sip from her owner's glass.

Lady then spent a year having a drink of diet Coke every day which made her hyper "just like a kid".

Owner Kate Snook, 46, eventually took steps to wean the Jack Russell

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‘The phoney war is over!’ Remainer MPs make ten DEMANDS for Brexit - and issue May warning

With the Prime Minister due to trigger Article 50 tomorrow, the cross-party Open Britain campaign group today vowed to represent Remainer interests. 

They put forward ten “pledges” to Mrs May, describing the list as a “Brexit contract between the UK Government and

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‘It’ll be VERY costly’ German MEP warns Britain it faces huge bill IMMEDIATELY over Brexit

Powerful MEP Manfred Weber said leaving the EU would create “a lot of damage” for the UK and that the Leave camp had “lied” when they said it would save the country cash. 

He told reporters that the British government had not only agreed to Brussels’

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Latest news from Great Britain
today 14:35 'Humans' Drama Starring Gemma Chan, Commissioned For Series 3
today 14:35 Paris Jackson Has No Time For Armpit Hair Haters: 'It’s Natural. Get Over It'
today 14:35 Study Finds Cats Love Humans More Than Food (And All Is Well In The World)
today 14:35 16 People Who Have Really Strong Feelings About Pulp In Orange Juice
today 14:35 Ruth Langsford Sets The Record Straight After *That* Mother's Day Social Media Faux Pas
today 14:35 Kent Landlord Fergus Wilson Provokes Fury With 'No Coloureds' Diktat
today 14:35 New £1 Coin Has 'Hidden' Security Feature To Help Make It The 'Most Secure Coin In The World'
today 14:35 Boris Johnson Tells MPs Not To Call Donald Trump A Fascist
today 14:35 Pro-Brexit MPs Walk Out Of Meeting In Protest At A 'Gloomy' Report On Theresa May's Plans
today 14:27 Hero builders turn into action stars to stop thief stealing from site in CCTV video
today 14:27 Mum faces vile insult from posh cafe after making simple change to menu item
today 14:27 Russian invasion: Putin 'planning for war' in THESE two countries next
today 14:27 Girlfriend forced to watch as man cheats on her – discovers other woman is PREGNANT
today 14:27 Woman leaves camera filming empty bedroom – what she captures will haunt you forever
today 14:19 Rembrandt's The Shipbuilder and his Wife to be shown in Ferens Art Gallery in Hull
today 14:17 Uber: It is not necessarily a farewell to Denmark
today 14:15 Coca-Cola addict has 12 teeth removed after guzzling soft drink daily
today 14:15 Woman glassed in exclusive nightclub told she’ll be scarred for the rest of her life
today 14:13 Elderly dog with a love of Coca Cola has 12 TEETH removed
today 14:13 ‘The phoney war is over!’ Remainer MPs make ten DEMANDS for Brexit - and issue May warning
today 14:13 ‘It’ll be VERY costly’ German MEP warns Britain it faces huge bill IMMEDIATELY over Brexit
today 14:13 Youngest Ukip councillor in Britain elected in Cullompton at the age of 18
today 14:13 'How many forecasts were right? NONE!' David Davis FUMES over Labour's 'project fear'
today 14:13 'Biggest mission since Afghanistan' British troops mass in Poland to 'deter Russia'
today 14:13 Foreign firms make 'killing at taxpayer expense' as UK only controlling QUARTER of railway
today 14:13 Judge criticised 'for saying intelligent domestic abuse victim not vulnerable'
today 14:13 When seagulls go rogue: Bird puts boy, 7, in hospital
today 14:13 World’s first shipping TUNNEL to be built to avoid perilous Scandinavian sea
today 14:13 Corrie cast reveal they don't know who attacked Ken Barlow as they discuss their characters' motives
today 14:13 Video games to look out for in April 2017 - including Mario Kart, Yooka-Laylee and Outlast
today 14:13 Mum had NINE heart attacks as organs shut down after 'doctor misdiagnosed swine flu as a cold'
today 14:13 A vast range of consumer rights, safety and quality standards at risk - the forgotten costs of triggering Brexit
today 14:13 A vast range of consumer rights, safety and quality standards at risk - the forgotten costs of triggering Brexit
today 14:13 WWE star Paige to marry Alberto Del Rio on Wednesday after defiant message following sex tape leak
today 14:13 WWE star Paige to marry Alberto Del Rio on Wednesday after defiant message following sex tape leak
today 14:13 25 bargain buys for Liverpool: The world stars that Jurgen Klopp could target on the cheap this summer
today 14:13 25 bargain buys for Liverpool: The world stars that Jurgen Klopp could target on the cheap this summer
today 14:13 Everything you need to know about Claire Blackman, Marine A's 'lioness' wife, NHS worker and tireless legal campaigner
today 14:13 Everything you need to know about Claire Blackman, Marine A's 'lioness' wife, NHS worker and tireless legal campaigner
today 14:13 G4S recalls more than 100 prisoners' faulty electronic tags as probation staff morale 'lower than ever'
today 14:13 G4S recalls more than 100 prisoners' faulty electronic tags as probation staff morale 'lower than ever'
today 14:13 Ex-science teacher struck off after he admitted touching girl's bottom and drinking booze with other pupils
today 14:13 Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo beats Barcelona rival Lionel Messi by almost £10m to top yearly earnings table
today 14:13 Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo beats Barcelona rival Lionel Messi by almost £10m to top yearly earnings table
today 14:13 'I was one of many': Hero MP Tobias Ellwood praised for his bid to save PC Keith Palmer
today 14:13 'I was one of many': Hero MP Tobias Ellwood praised for his bid to save PC Keith Palmer
today 14:13 Cristiano Ronaldo was nicknamed 'cry baby' by childhood teammates due to tantrums when he didn't get the ball
today 14:13 Cristiano Ronaldo was nicknamed 'cry baby' by childhood teammates due to tantrums when he didn't get the ball
today 14:13 'Carlos the Jackal' jailed for third life sentence over grenade attack that left two dead at Paris shop
today 14:13 'Carlos the Jackal' jailed for third life sentence over grenade attack that left two dead at Paris shop
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Editorials
OK, let's do this: who REALLY won Legs-It? An exclusive investigation
Look, some of you just aren't treating this question with the seriousness it deserves. 
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Nick Clegg: Theresa May should free "the inner Remainer struggling within her soul"
Former Conservative minister Nicky Morgan argued Cabinet members were onside for a better deal. 
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"Yes, Bulgaria!": A new party brings hope after elections

For many observers, the outcome of Bulgaria’s elections this weekend only confirmed the status quo. However, there was a new phenomenon on the political scene: Yes, Bulgaria - led by a former minister - which won 2.88% of the vote. A tiny number, perhaps, but some see it as a promise for

today 12:05
How debt is eating away at the foundations of the equity market

Every financial crisis in history has been caused by leverage (borrowed money) and moral hazard.

An asset goes up in value. People chase its value higher. People start using borrowed money to invest in the asset, and as a result, they make a lot more money, faster.

They borrow more.

today 11:51
Theresa May's Brexit stance could come at a political cost
The Prime Minister risks raising unrealistic expectations among Leave backers.
today 10:41
In praise of the late developer
The success of late developers proves that our obsession with early achievement is wrong.
today 09:35
The prophets of Trumpism
How the ideas of two pre-war intellectual refugees – the radical Herbert Marcuse and the reactionary Eric Voegelin – are influencing the new culture wars among Trump and his acolytes.
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Poland is silently drifting towards authoritarianism

VO

The Polish government is limiting the power of the Constitutional Court and the informational capacity of public media. However, these measures are going unnoticed among the international community, which is currently preoccupied with Donald Trump and Brexit. [OPINION]

Turn on the

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How Marine Le Pen and François Fillon are channelling Donald Trump
The French Presidential candidates are sounding more and more like the President across the pond. 
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I'd only given a literary talk, but someone still told me to leave the country
“So if you don’t like it so much,” he says, “why don’t you leave?” And his tone suggests that there is a good train leaving from St Pancras in half an hour.
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Blogs
Mandatory Sex And Relationships Education Is A Victory For Campaigners And Young Women Everywhere

This week something revolutionary happened. After years of effort from young people, students, parents, teachers and campaigners the Government announced its intentions to make sex and relationships education (SRE) statutory in an amendment to the Children and Social Work Bill while also

2017-03-03 19:41
People With A Learning Disability Like My Niece Should Never Have Had To Call An Institution Their Home

My niece, Fauzia, is now 19 years old. She has a learning disability and autism and spent two and a half years in an assessment and treatment unit called St. Andrew's hospital. You may have seen her in Channel 4's Dispatches programme saying she is "never going back, never going back" to that

2017-03-03 19:41
Americanisms In The UK: No Way Or No Biggie?

I recently listened to a great talk on BBC Radio 4 about the Americanisation of English (in the UK). British writer Matthew Engel and American-in-the-UK linguist, Dr. Lynne Murphy, discussed the impact and importance of the American influence on British English. (Dr. Murphy expanded on the

2017-03-03 18:35
How To Teach A Six-Year-Old Girl About Money

My eldest was six years old the other day and she had a pretty good day: gifts, games, cards, candles, chocolate caterpillar cake. The usual. By the end of the day, she was pretty tired, but insisted playing "one more game".

How could I refuse?

She darted off and two seconds later

2017-03-03 18:35
There's Growing Anger Among Parents At School Cuts

It terrifies me to say this, but in 10 year's time, my son will be leaving school.

Over this period, the UK will set sail for the economic unknown and leave its European Union membership behind; technology too will bring further, seismic changes to the world of work.

In this

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