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iPhone release date: When is the new iPhone X released - When will the next iPhone be out?
IPHONE fans could grab hold of the new Apple product as early as NEXT MONTH. When is the new iPhone X released?
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Genoa bridge collapse: HORROR CCTV video shows moment bridge crashed down onto city below
THE SHOCKING moment the Genoa bridge collapsed has been caught on CCTV from two different angles and it clearly shows a local running across seconds before the whole structure gave way.
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‘GUNMAN on loose’ in Westminster - SHOTS FIRED as armed police rush to Maida Hill school
A MAJOR police operation is underway in Maida Hill, west London, with witnesses hearing gunfire and unconfirmed reports a suspect has fled into a school.
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'Ministers must halt all privatisation' following HMP Birmingham scandal
Labour warns outsourcing is 'putting the public in danger'
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Siblings sexually abused by notorious care home paedophile sue Church of Scotland over attacks

Three siblings are suing the Church of Scotland after being sexually abused by a notorious care home paedophile .

The two males and one female - who cannot be named for legal reasons - were repeatedly attacked at Lord and Lady Polworth Children's House in Edinburgh.

The girl was

today 18:44
Gangster cleared of ordering shooting of bouncer after his son was thrown out of nightclub

A feared gangster from Newcastle has been cleared of ordering the ride-by shooting of a bouncer because his son had been thrown out of a nightclub.

But John Henry Sayers, 54, is still facing a prison sentence for perverting the course of justice.

Doorman Matthew McCauley was lucky to

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Alien news BOMBSHELL: What would happen if UFOs tried to contact Earth?
THE German Government has officially revealed how the country would react should alien signals be detected one day or a UFO landed in Europe.
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Venezuela’s new currency is ‘SCAM’ and will NOT fix economic chaos – experts warn
A VENEZUELAN currency overhaul with the Government issuing new banknotes has sparked concern that it will worsen hyperinflation in the country as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts that inflation will exceed one million percent this year.
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Bank Holiday travel MAYHEM expected due to 400 rail works, roadworks and airport STRIKES
BRITONS hoping to have a Bank Holiday getaway could be caught up in travel mayhem due to major train stations being closed, airport strikes and roadworks.
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Greece 'normal' again after end of crisis, EU says

EU economic affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici said on Monday (20 August) that Greece will once again be treated as a "normal country" after over eight years of international aid and austerity measures.

Moscovici made his comments on the day that Greece officially exited the last of

today 16:56
Boris Johnson Refuses To Share A Platform With Nigel Farage On Ukip MEP's Brexit Tour
But some Tories are prepared to campaign alongside him.
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Anas Sarwar describes himself as a 'vocal critic' of Israel in our politics podcast and says there is no conflict with this and standing up against anti-Semitism

Anas Sarwar has piled pressure on Jeremy Corbyn by demanding he adopts the international definition of anti-Semitism “without delay and without caveats”.

The former Scottish Labour deputy leader waded into the controversy over the party’s relationship with Jews by insisting there is

today 16:38
'It's a TRAP' Brexiteer BRILLIANTLY dismantles call for a 'people's vote' by ex-BBC host
A BREXIT campaigner hit back at an ex-BBC journalist calling for a so-called ‘people’s vote’ on the final Brexit deal, claiming that allowing another vote would be “a trick” and “people should not be falling for it”.
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Eltham hammer attack: Victim named as city worker
A woman left in a critical condition by a "horrific" hammer attack in south-east London has been identified.
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Cruise ship rescue: Ex-flight attendant used Yoga to survive 10 hours in sea
A BRITISH woman who fell off a cruise ship after spending the night drinking miraculously survived by doing YOGA while waiting to be rescued. When Kay Longstaff, 46, fell overboard the Norwegian Star in Pula, Croatia, on Saturday night she spent a painstaking 10 hours treading water.
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Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: Six signs you’re at risk of anaemia complications
VITAMIN B12 deficiency can lead to anaemia, where the body has fewer red blood cells than normal. Anaemia, no matter what it’s caused by, can lead to heart and lung complications, so what are the signs to recognise if you have a deficiency?
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‘Give them their country back - they’ll mess it up anyway’ CBB's psychic Sally Morgan in bitter Scottish independence rant

Celebrity Big Brother contestant Sally Morgan has angered Scots after a bitter rant about Scottish independence on the show, saying: “Let ‘em have it. I think they will mess it up.”

Scots reacted with fury on social media after the telly psychic shared her views during a heated

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Celtic daft Rod Stewart emails loudmouth Ian Abrahams with staunch defence of Scottish football

Rock legend Sir Rod Stewart has sent a stinging email to 'shock jock' Ian Abrahams after the broadcaster slated Scottish football as a "pub league".

In an error-strewn rant last week, talkSPORT guest Abrahams slammed the quality of our game and insisted Brendan Rodgers was

today 14:32
EU sent this bizarre message to Greece today as it ends its bailouts
SENIOR European Union officials have sent bizarre messages of praise to Greece after its government finally exited eight years of Brussels-enforced austerity as part of its multibillion euro bailout programme.
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Mum branded 'disgusting' after revealing shower habit - which she thought was completely normal

It can be completely baffling when we discover something we've done for years, something we assumed everyone did, isn't actually 'normal'.

There's always that awkward moment when you drop it into conversation and everyone stares at you as if you've completely lost the plot.

One mum

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Mum branded 'disgusting' after revealing shower habit - which she thought was completely normal

It can be completely baffling when we discover something we've done for years, something we assumed everyone did, isn't actually 'normal'.

There's always that awkward moment when you drop it into conversation and everyone stares at you as if you've completely lost the plot.

One mum

today 13:29
Mosquito bites: Can a G&T keep them at bay? Prof James Logan advises on best repellent
MOSQUITO bites can be extremely frustrating, and tend to be more common during this time of year. What is the best repellent to keep them at bay? A gin and tonic has been advised in the past but Professor James Logan took to this morning to reveal the best way to keep them away.
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Xperia XZ2 Premium UK release CONFIRMED and Sony flagship offers big camera upgrade
SONY has officially announced the launch of its new Xperia XZ2 Premium in the UK with this device packing some top specs and a stunning dual-lens camera.
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Varoufakis EXPLODES at EU: 'They foisted bailout to SAVE German and French banks!'
FORMER Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis exploded at the European Union for forcing a bailout on Greece to save German and French banks embroiled in the 2008 financial crisis
today 12:02
Whiteboards used as Gatwick flight info screens fail
Passengers are left frustrated as they struggle to get up-to-date information and flights are delayed after an IT fault.
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Kirsty Maxwell death mystery to be examined in new TV documentary aired tonight

A new TV documentary to be aired tonight will see a former top detective in a bid to help solve the mystery of newlywed Scot Kirsty Maxwell at a Benidorm hotel.

Killed Abroad will follow ex-DCI David Swindle as he tries to piece together Mrs Maxwell's final moments, before she plunged 100

today 10:20
Greek ambassador warns no deal Brexit could hit vitally important tourism industry
GREEK ambassador Dimitris Caramitsos-Tziras warned there would be serious economic effects to Greek-British relations should the UK fail to secure a Brexit deal with the European Union.
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QUIT THE EURO: Varoufakis tells Greece to return to DRACHMA after EU-enforced austerity
GREECE debt crisis veteran Yanis Varoufakis has urged Athens to quit the euro as the nation leaves a three-year bailout period of enforced austerity by European Union and international creditors.
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Putin strikes blow against Russia's isolation by Europe

Russian leader Vladimir Putin has joined forces with Germany against the US over a new gas pipeline.

His weekend trip, which included a visit to Austria, also struck a symbolic blow against EU diplomatic sanctions over his invasion of Ukraine.

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Deep Sadness And Growing Distrust: Inside The Neighbourhood That's Produced A Tenth Of The UK's Convicted Islamist Terrorists
HuffPost UK spoke to people in Sparkbrook, home of Westminster crash suspect Salih Khater.
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Second mum claims swimming pool chucked her out for breastfeeding

Another mum has come forward claiming she was kicked out of a swimming pool because she was breastfeeding in the water.

Young mum Chloe Hattersley, 19, says a lifeguard at Dimensions Leisure Center, Stoke-on-Trent, shouted at her to leave the pool on June 20.

She said she had

today 19:26
Ex-Lehman Brothers bankers ‘to hold party celebrating anniversary of collapse’

Former bankers at the former investment bank Lehman Brothers have sparked outrage by allegedly organising a reunion in London to mark the 10-year anniversary of its collapse.

The private gathering was reportedly organised via email and is meant to take place around September 15, the date

today 19:26
Boxer confesses killing girlfriend in secretly recorded phone call to dad

An abusive boyfriend who killed his girlfriend in a post-sex row was caught confessing the killing to his dad.

In 2015, James Tobin, an amateur boxer, hit Kellie Gillard so hard she was sent flying into a wall and died from her injuries.

Tobin tried to claim her death at their home

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Battlefield 5 beta: DICE confirm open beta release dates for PS4 and Xbox One
THE BATTLEFIELD 5 open beta is being held in September, and we now know what dates it will be hosted on PS4 and Xbox One.
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Heart attack warning - how to tell if you’re at risk by looking at your FEET
HEART attack symptoms can include chest pain, feeling sick, and extreme fatigue. But you could also be at risk of a deadly myocardial infarction if you have this “big” sign on your feet.
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Turkey lira crisis: Will economic crisis in Turkey stop EU membership bid?
EXCLUSIVE: The Turkish lira suffered a dramatic fall last week and the recent decline has rattled markets worldwide, including big European banks. Will the economic crisis in Turkey stop its European Union membership bid?
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Crystal Palace vs Liverpool LIVE: Team news confirmed; Premier League latest build-up
LIVERPOOL and Crystal Palace go head-to-head at Selhurst Park having both won their opening day fixtures. Follow the Premier League action LIVE with Express Sport.
today 19:23
Hawaii Hurricane Lane WARNING: Forecasters say Category 3 storm could hit Hawaii THIS week
HURRICANE lane is currently moving its way across the Pacific Ocean towards Hawaii, threatening to batter the islands with the category 3 storm's 120 mph winds.
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Crohn’s disease - 12 food and drinks that could be triggering painful diarrhoea
CROHN’S disease is a type of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), and symptoms include diarrhoea, stomach pains weight loss. Signs of the tummy ache condition could be triggered by eating certain foods - these are the best diet swaps to avoid Crohn’s disease symptoms.
today 19:23
Brexit REVEALED: Bombshell graph shows FIVE SCENARIOS for UK quitting EU
A NEW graphic has outlined five possible scenarios for the UK as it prepares to quit the EU. The Institute for Government think tank has published a paper setting out what it calls ‘Autumn Surprises’ detailing the different possible ways Brexit could unfold.
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Jamie Carragher wife: Who is Nicola Carragher? When did she marry the Sky Sports pundit?
JAMIE CARRAGHER hit the headlines for winning his bet against fellow Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville recently, but who is his wife Nicola Carragher?
today 19:23
PayPal fee calculator: Does PayPal charge you a fee for each transaction?
PAYPAL is a quick way to send funds securely online, with many businesses and eBay sellers using PayPal to manage funds with customers. Does PayPal charge you a fee for each transaction?
today 19:23
'People are going to DIE’ Fury as EpiPen shortage across UK risks allergy sufferers lives
AN EpiPen shortage is putting thousands of lives at risk with the Government urged to act before “people start dying”, one worried grandmother has warned.
today 19:23
Christianity crackdown: Mob BEATS worshippers protecting church from attack
A GROUP of Christians were attacked by an angry mob as they attempted to protect their church from being demolished by a tractor in a major row over the land - with the assault leaving a child with a broken arm.
today 19:23
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 line-up: Lauren Steadman confirmed to compete on BBC show
STRICTLY COME DANCING 2018 announced the thirteenth celebrity added to their all-star BBC line-up during tonight’s episode of The One Show. Lauren Steadman has now been confirmed as a contestant.
today 19:23
Lombok earthquake: Why has Indonesia been hit by so many earthquakes?
MASSIVE earthquakes have devastated the Indonesian island of Lombok in recent days, killing hundreds of people and forcing thousands more from their homes - but why has the region been hit by so many earthquakes?
today 19:23
Autism - five signs of autism spectrum disorder to look out for in children
AUTISM signs are described as problems with social communication and interaction. These are just some of the symptoms of autism spectrum disorder, and signs you should see a doctor.
today 19:23
North Korea CRACKS DOWN on ‘non-socialist behaviour’ in lead-up to HUGE celebration
NORTH Korean authorities have ordered a widespread crackdown on what has been classed as "non-socialist behaviour" by people "who oppose North Korean" as Kim Jong-un's regime prepares to celebrate the national Day of the Foundation of the Republic holiday.
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Latest news from Great Britain
today 19:26 Second mum claims swimming pool chucked her out for breastfeeding
today 19:26 Ex-Lehman Brothers bankers ‘to hold party celebrating anniversary of collapse’
today 19:26 Boxer confesses killing girlfriend in secretly recorded phone call to dad
today 19:23 Battlefield 5 beta: DICE confirm open beta release dates for PS4 and Xbox One
today 19:23 Heart attack warning - how to tell if you’re at risk by looking at your FEET
today 19:23 Turkey lira crisis: Will economic crisis in Turkey stop EU membership bid?
today 19:23 Crystal Palace vs Liverpool LIVE: Team news confirmed; Premier League latest build-up
today 19:23 Hawaii Hurricane Lane WARNING: Forecasters say Category 3 storm could hit Hawaii THIS week
today 19:23 Crohn’s disease - 12 food and drinks that could be triggering painful diarrhoea
today 19:23 Brexit REVEALED: Bombshell graph shows FIVE SCENARIOS for UK quitting EU
today 19:23 Jamie Carragher wife: Who is Nicola Carragher? When did she marry the Sky Sports pundit?
today 19:23 PayPal fee calculator: Does PayPal charge you a fee for each transaction?
today 19:23 'People are going to DIE’ Fury as EpiPen shortage across UK risks allergy sufferers lives
today 19:23 Christianity crackdown: Mob BEATS worshippers protecting church from attack
today 19:23 Strictly Come Dancing 2018 line-up: Lauren Steadman confirmed to compete on BBC show
today 19:23 Lombok earthquake: Why has Indonesia been hit by so many earthquakes?
today 19:23 Autism - five signs of autism spectrum disorder to look out for in children
today 19:23 North Korea CRACKS DOWN on ‘non-socialist behaviour’ in lead-up to HUGE celebration
today 19:23 Jeremy Kyle defends Nigel Farage and makes BRILLIANT point about lily-livered Remainers
today 19:23 iPhone release date: When is the new iPhone X released - When will the next iPhone be out?
today 19:23 Genoa bridge collapse: HORROR CCTV video shows moment bridge crashed down onto city below
today 19:23 ‘GUNMAN on loose’ in Westminster - SHOTS FIRED as armed police rush to Maida Hill school
today 19:11 House of Fraser warehouse jobs at risk, union says
today 19:02 The selfish reason this 'callous' thug tried to rip stroke victim from hospital machinery
today 19:02 The selfish reason this 'callous' thug tried to rip stroke victim from hospital machinery
today 18:59 Poorest children in England '9 times likelier to be educated worse'
today 18:59 Imran Khan swears in new cabinet and pledges 'Islamic welfare state'
today 18:59 Australian PM Turnbull caves in to pressure not to cut emissions
today 18:59 Greece's 'bailout' period ends – but years of pain lie ahead
today 18:59 Boris Johnson 'behind spike in hate crime,' trade unionists charge
today 18:59 Some of the shocking HMP Birmingham findings
today 18:59 Medics and eco-activists blockade Volkswagen over diesel emissions
today 18:59 'Ministers must halt all privatisation' following HMP Birmingham scandal
today 18:53 Life inside Birmingham prison: 'I was stabbed four times in 11 months'
today 18:53 Cash-strapped Northamptonshire County Council bought rugby hospitality box
today 18:44 Woman, 92, meets son for first time in 70 years as border between north and south Koreas is opened
today 18:44 Award-winning Hamilton make-up artist to the stars is living her dream
today 18:44 Vaping may damage your DNA and increase risk of getting cancer
today 18:44 Major mortgage benefit axed by the Tories - and 60,000 people have been left in the lurch
today 18:44 Major mortgage benefit axed by the Tories - and 60,000 people have been left in the lurch
today 18:44 Siblings sexually abused by notorious care home paedophile sue Church of Scotland over attacks
today 18:23 Urgent appeal for girl, 14, who hasn’t been seen for nearly two weeks
today 18:23 Nike accused of cashing in on London gang culture with £70 balaclava
today 18:23 Woman pretended to be hostage victim to help drug addict boyfriend rob bookies
today 18:20 P&O cruises to END daily service charge which costs passengers hundreds of pounds extra
today 18:20 High blood pressure symptoms: The common condition that could be hypertension warning sign
today 18:20 Full Moon: When is the next Full Moon? Is there another eclipse this year?
today 18:20 Face of Eve: Technology puts a face on 13,600-year-old woman found in Americas
today 18:20 Yellowstone volcano: What would happen if Yellowstone erupted? When was the last tremor?
today 18:20 Brexit ANXIETY DISORDER: Obsessed Remainers suffering from extreme psychological disorder
Editorials
The number of EU nationals working in the UK is falling, leaving a skills shortage. And the government is doing too little to stop it. 
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Scottish voters are more likely to see Raytheon as a major employer than a moral quandary. 
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Wahed Invest allows British Muslims to ethically invest in a global portfolio, closely monitored by an Ethical Review Board.
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Subtitled media was once for pretentious film nerds obsessed with Amelie. Netflix has changed this. 
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If it weren’t for the foodie revolution ten years ago, we’d still be eating tough sheep and wet oats.
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Junior ministers promising to resign makes good headlines, but doesn’t really tackle the problem.
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With a dwindling membership and near-dormant local parties, the likes of Anna Soubry are right to fear a putsch by Brexiteers. 
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The state takeover of Birmingham prison adds to a catalogue of private sector chaos: Carillion, East Coast, Northern Rail and bankrupt Northamptonshire council. 
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The entrepreneur talks debating Michael Gove, staying in the EU, and Margaret Thatcher. 
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