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BREAKING: Tiger on the LOOSE on streets of Paris after escaping zoo
A TIGER is on the loose on the streets of Paris after escaping from a local zoo.
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Oxford Circus terror: Shots heard on Oxford St police warn Black Friday shoppers STAY AWAY
OXFORD Circus Tube station is being evacuated with armed police on the scene as people reportedly ran screaming from the scene after "shots were fired".
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Tusk: Poland and US risk harming appeal of West

EU Council president Donald Tusk has said anti-democratic "interventions" in countries such as Poland and the US could harm Western soft power.

Speaking in Brussels on Friday (24 November) after a summit with six former Soviet states, he said: "If you [EU countries] want to be as

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Serial rapist targeted schoolgirl during a seven-year campaign of terror

A twisted sex fiend has been found guilty of raping and assaulting three victims during a seven-year campaign of terror.

Martin Daniel, 35, preyed on the females, who cannot be named for legal reasons, at various addresses in the Aberdeen area between October 2007 and February

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I’m a Celebrity 2017: Kezia Dugdale WON'T promote 'Labour values' says new leader
NEW Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard dismissed Kezia Dugdale’s claim appearing on I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! will promote “Labour values”.
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Men charged with attempted murder after man seriously injured in west Hull

A man was found with serious injuries in Cadogan Street on November 14

Two men have appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a man was found with serious injuries in a west Hull street.

Forensic officers in white suits were seen entering a property in Cadogan Street, off

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Do flies spread germs? The insects could carry MORE disease than thought
FLIES really do spread germs and they carry more diseases than previously thought, a new study has confirmed.
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There's a chance of snow in Hull this weekend

Some very wintry weather is coming our way

Hull could see some snow flurries this weekend as polar air brings freezing temperatures to the city.

The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for most of the UK this weekend as ice, snow and a bitter wind are forecast.

Met

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Black Friday 2017: Here are some of the WORST deals and disappointing discounts in the UK
BLACK FRIDAY 2017 has finally arrived, and while some of the online discounts available will save you a pretty penny ahead of Christmas, there are exceptions to any rule.
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EU backs Ireland on Brexit as government faces defeat

5 Min Read

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union threw its weight behind Ireland in Brexit negotiations on Friday as a looming parliamentary defeat for the Irish government threatened to disrupt Britain’s timetable for a deal with Brussels.

A standoff between Dublin and

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Islamic State terrorists kill at least 155 people in attack on Egyptian mosque

Suspected Islamic State militants have killed at least 115 people after a mosque in Egypt was targeted with bombs and gunfire.

Another 120 people have been wounded in the horrific attack on Al Rawdah mosque in North Sinai.

Officials say militants in four off-road vehicles bombed the

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'Don’t dictate to ME!' DUP deputy and Adam Boulton SQUABLE in furious Brexit spat
THE deputy leader of the DUP Nigel Dodds scolded Sky News host Adam Boulton in a live interview clash over Brexit.
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Zimbabwe in DIRE need of economic reform: Nation MUST act quickly post-Mugabe, say IMF
ZIMBABWE troubles are far from over as the International Monetary Fund has warned that the country must act quickly to solve its deep financial woes.
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EU still giving gas projects 'fast-track' status

The European Union will continue to provide fast-track procedures for gas projects, despite that energy source's negative consequences on climate change.

The European Commission published on Friday (24 November) an updated list of so-called 'projects of common interest' (PCIs).

If a

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Katie Rough death: Teen detained for life for killing
A 16-year-old girl has been detained for life for killing seven-year-old Katie Rough.
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16-year-old girl gets life sentence for killing Katie Rough, 7

A teenage girl who killed seven-year-old Katie Rough in a York park has been given a life sentence for manslaughter.

More follows...

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Royal Navy officer 'humped odd-job man like a dog' in garden pump house

A senior Royal Navy officer on trial for sexually assaulting nine young men 'humped an odd-job man like a dog' at his house, a court heard.

Charles Howeson, 67, allegedly assaulted victims while serving with the Navy including groping a junior rating during a man overboard

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Watch as England footie legend Michael Owen completes first ever race as JOCKEY
FORMER England striker Michael Owen made his debut as a jockey today.
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'Pay more? Of course you should!' Austrian leader laughs about extracting HUGE Brexit bill
BRITAIN should “of course” be forced to pay more than it is currently offering in the form of a Brexit bill in order to unlock trade talks, Austria’s outgoing chancellor said today.
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Nick Ferrari issues STARK warning over handing 'frightening' John McDonnell economic power
LBC HOST Nick Ferrari issued a stark warning to Labour party voters voicing his concern about John McDonnell being handed power to Britain's economy.
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Who is the new President of Zimbabwe? The Crocodile takes over from Robert Mugabe
EMMERSON Mnangagwa has been sworn in as Zimbabwe’s new president, just days after Robert Mugabe resigned. But who is the man known as The Crocodile?
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Top brands pull YouTube ads over paedophilia fears
Mars and Adidas have complained that advertisements featured on inappropriate and exploitative content featuring children.
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Prosecutors rule out criminal action over Clutha helicopter crash unless new evidence emerges

A Fatal Accident Inquiry will be held into the Clutha tragedy but there will be no criminal proceedings, prosecutors have said.

The inquiry, which is expected to begin in autumn 2018, will come nearly five years after a police helicopter crashed into the Glasgow pub, killing 10 people.

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I didn’t murder boy, I just shook him at bedtime says stepfather
A TODDLER was “given a shaking” by his stepfather minutes before he was found fatally injured 50 years ago, a court heard.
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ISIS 2.0 WARNING: New Islamist terror cult could emerge once Daesh caliphate is crushed
AN ISLAMIC State 2.0 could emerge once the original terror organisation is defeated, according to experts.
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Ireland on verge of government COLLAPSE: Brexit impact imminent
AS IRELAND faces its most crucial weeks in decades, with the Brexit deadline on the nation’s border fast approaching, a shock government collapse in Dublin appears to have given Theresa May an unexpected boost.
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One in hospital as two-car crash closes part of Spring Bank

Police had to shut the busy stretch of road for around 45 minutes

A man has been taken to hospital after a crash in Spring Bank.

Police had to shut a busy stretch of the road around Peel Street after two cars collided on the junction just after 9am.

The road was closed to

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One in hospital as two-car crash closes part of Spring Bank

Police had to shut the busy stretch of road for around 45 minutes

A man has been taken to hospital after a crash in Spring Bank.

Police had to shut a busy stretch of the road around Peel Street after two cars collided on the junction just after 9am.

The road was closed to

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POUND LIVE: Pound back to business against Euro as Dollar begins long Thanksgiving weekend
THE POUND got back to work against the Euro and Dollar this morning as Chancellor Philip Hammond's Budget takes first few steps along Britain's post-Brexit path.
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Black Friday CHAOS: Amazon workers in Italy and Germany WALK OUT - ‘we want a bonus’
WORKERS at the Amazon’s distribution hub in Italy and six warehouses in Germany are striking on Black Friday - sparking chaos on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
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Daily News
Forget PS4 Black Friday deals, these are the PS Plus December 2017 free games players want
THERE ARE some top PS4 Black Friday deals currently available but fans are hoping that Sony’s next big announcement will be the PS Plus December 2017 free games.
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Germany CRISIS: Martin Schulz under pressure to RESIGN amid humiliating party rebellion
THE leader of Germany’s socialist party and former President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz is under increasing pressure to resign over his refusal to engage in coalition talks as political chaos engulfs Berlin.
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PUTIN’S FEAR: Trump is using North Korea as guise to line up troops near RUSSIA
RUSSIA fears the United States is trying to provoke North Korea so Washington has an excuse to flood the region with troops.
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Black Friday 2017: Best 4K TV deals from Argos, Amazon, Currys and John Lewis
BLACK Friday 2017 is now in full swing and, if you’re after a new 4K TV, here’s all the best deals and offers from Argos, Amazon, Currys and John Lewis.
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Cambridge is on the right track to become a global city
AFTER decades of town centre traffic jams and commuter hell on roads leading into Cambridge, the city hoping to rival California’s Silicon Valley is getting serious about public transport.
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Oxford Circus tube terror: Olly Murs caught in horror London attack ‘Heart is pounding’
POPSTAR Olly Murs has been tweeting live from the Oxford Circus attack currently terrifying London.
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Keep calm and DON'T carry on! EU guards try to STOP PM aide as May heads to Brexit talks
BREXIT talks almost took a physical turn as EU security guards tried to stop one of the Prime Minister's aide from following Theresa May as she arrived in Brussels.
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Tusk slaps Britain with 10 day Brexit deadline as he says progress IS possible next month
BRUSSELS boss Donald Tusk tonight said that triggering trade talks next month is now “possible” but slapped Britain with a 10 day deadline to come up with new concessions.
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UFO sightings: Have aliens visited your area? SHOCK map reveals ET visits from outer space
UFO sightings across the globe are on the rise, according to a shocking map charting alien visitors spotted in the sky.
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North Korea latest: Britain sends warship to Far East to join force facing Kim Jong-un
BRITAIN is sending a Royal Navy warship to join the international force facing North Korea, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson announced.
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Passport renewal: Do you need a new photo when you re-apply for UK travel documents? 
PASSPORT photos are subject to a number of guidelines – but many question whether you need to change yours every time you get a new travel document.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 v Galaxy S9 - New Android phone set to have one BIG advantage
SAMSUNG fans are gearing up for the launch of the Galaxy S9, and the latest offering from the South Korea tech giant looks set to have one big advantage over the Galaxy S8.
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REVEALED: Women in UK having fewest children on record with some not having kids at all
WOMEN in the UK are having the fewest children on record, according to official figures.
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Avengers Infinity War: Two DEAD female characters return? One is Thanos' GIRLFRIEND
AVENGERS INFINITY WAR could bring back two incredibly powerful but dead female characters according to comments Mark Ruffalo let slip in a new interview.
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Oxford Circus terror: Video shows shoppers run away SCREAMING after 'shots fired'
Oxford Circus Tube station has been evacuated following reports of an incident as videos emerge of panicked commuters and shoppers running from the scene.
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London terror: Tottenham Court Road and Bond Street Tube closed after Oxford Circus attack
TOTTENHAM Court Road and Bond Street Tube stations have been closed after gun shots were heard at Oxford Circus and Oxford Street sparking a terror response.
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London terror: Selfridges on LOCKDOWN as gun shots heard from Oxford Street store
ARMED anti-terror police have stormed Selfridges flagship department store on London's Oxford Street amid reports of a gunman opening fire.
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London terror: Oxford St shoppers told STAY INSIDE as police 'respond like terror attack'
THE Met Police is treating the incident at Oxford Circus tube station at being “terror related" as officers swoop on London's iconic street.
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today 17:55 Forget PS4 Black Friday deals, these are the PS Plus December 2017 free games players want
today 17:55 Germany CRISIS: Martin Schulz under pressure to RESIGN amid humiliating party rebellion
today 17:55 PUTIN’S FEAR: Trump is using North Korea as guise to line up troops near RUSSIA
today 17:55 Black Friday 2017: Best 4K TV deals from Argos, Amazon, Currys and John Lewis
today 17:55 Cambridge is on the right track to become a global city
today 17:55 Oxford Circus tube terror: Olly Murs caught in horror London attack ‘Heart is pounding’
today 17:55 Keep calm and DON'T carry on! EU guards try to STOP PM aide as May heads to Brexit talks
today 17:55 Tusk slaps Britain with 10 day Brexit deadline as he says progress IS possible next month
today 17:55 UFO sightings: Have aliens visited your area? SHOCK map reveals ET visits from outer space
today 17:55 North Korea latest: Britain sends warship to Far East to join force facing Kim Jong-un
today 17:55 Passport renewal: Do you need a new photo when you re-apply for UK travel documents? 
today 17:55 Samsung Galaxy S8 v Galaxy S9 - New Android phone set to have one BIG advantage
today 17:55 REVEALED: Women in UK having fewest children on record with some not having kids at all
today 17:55 Avengers Infinity War: Two DEAD female characters return? One is Thanos' GIRLFRIEND
today 17:55 Oxford Circus terror: Video shows shoppers run away SCREAMING after 'shots fired'
today 17:55 London terror: Tottenham Court Road and Bond Street Tube closed after Oxford Circus attack
today 17:55 London terror: Selfridges on LOCKDOWN as gun shots heard from Oxford Street store
today 17:55 London terror: Oxford St shoppers told STAY INSIDE as police 'respond like terror attack'
today 17:55 BREAKING: Tiger on the LOOSE on streets of Paris after escaping zoo
today 17:55 Oxford Circus terror: Shots heard on Oxford St police warn Black Friday shoppers STAY AWAY
today 17:55 Armed police race to London's Oxford Street after reports of shots fired
today 17:55 Brexit talks progressing, but issues remain - May
today 17:37 Animal Sentience Debate: What Is Really Going On With The Amendment To The EU Withdrawal Bill?
today 17:37 Oxford Circus Incident: Tube Station Evacuated Amid Scenes Of Panic
today 17:27 Africa and EU summit This WEEK
today 17:27 Trade talks could only start post-Brexit
today 17:27 Tusk: Poland and US risk harming appeal of West
today 17:27 Children’s TV star Ben Shires goes back to his Beverley school to help wheelchair skills charity
today 17:27 Children’s TV star Ben Shires goes back to his Beverley school to help wheelchair skills charity
today 17:27 Pupils given glimpse behind the scenes at Hull Royal Infirmary
today 17:27 Pupils given glimpse behind the scenes at Hull Royal Infirmary
today 17:27 62 mice dumped after owners couldn't cope with mating frenzy
today 17:27 62 mice dumped after owners couldn't cope with mating frenzy
today 17:27 Severe delays in Hull city centre as roads are gridlocked - updates
today 17:25 The Vanity Fair Diaries: how the dazzling and relentless Tina Brown conquered New York
today 17:25 Bad Sex in Fiction: Sir Vince Cable 'too good' to be considered for award
today 17:17 Theresa May's Irish border stance 'not solely based' on DUP deal, says Arlene Foster
today 17:17 Anger over PM's 'failure' to commit to Manchester Arena attack costs
today 17:17 Oxford Circus: British Transport Police respond to incident at Tube station
today 17:13 Teenager locked in room by parents for so long she had to wear nappies
today 17:13 Woman reckons she could be Madeleine McCann because of her eye
today 17:13 Prisoner eats cockroaches in ‘I’m a Celebrity’ style Bushtucker trial behind bars
today 17:13 Son saves dad’s life after being turned away from cinema for being too young
today 17:13 Pensioner had chunk bitten out of her arm by dog
today 17:13 Oxford Circus in lockdown as police close street after ‘customer incident’
today 17:09 Kris Boyd refuses to back down after attack on Kenny McLean and Graeme Shinnie
today 17:09 Attempted murder probe launched after shots fired at car in Robroyston
today 17:09 Attempted murder probe launched after shots fired at car in Robroyston
today 17:09 Rapist who murdered teen model Sally Anne Bowman given life sentences for two other sex attacks
today 17:09 Serial rapist targeted schoolgirl during a seven-year campaign of terror
Editorials
The Vanity Fair Diaries: how the dazzling and relentless Tina Brown conquered New York
The magazine mogul is a diamond of a woman – but also an industrial tool, drilling her way up.
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After my mum died, she started leaving me messages
A lot of people have stories of bird-related phenomena right after a loved one dies. For me, it's parakeets.
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Gordon Brown, Richard Leonard and the centre’s authenticity problem
How can Jeremy Corbyn succeed for the same reasons Gordon Brown failed?
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How to delete your old tweets and Facebook posts
Many celebrities have recently come under fire for old social media posts. 
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What Daddy’s Home 2 tells us about career-ruining Hollywood scandals
In Mark Wahlberg and Mel Gibson, the festive romp offers two case studies with different outcomes.
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A day in the life of an aid worker under the blockade in Yemen
What is it like for humanitarian organisations such as CARE on the ground in the war-ravaged country?
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David France’s Diary: Celebrating the good that came from Aids
The author of How to Survive a Plague, winner of the Baillie Gifford prize, on an emotional week.
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Gender-based violence: Nobody puts women in the corner

[SPECIAL] Tomorrow is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. But it's also the first time that a huge number of women from all over the world are speaking out against sexual harassment and violence. #MeToo and #Balancetonporc are just the tip of the iceberg. There's

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The Great Depression: How the Wall Street Crash of 1929 unfolded

In last week’s episode of our series on the Great Depression, we looked at how the UK experienced the Crash of 1929 just a month or so ahead of Wall Street.

At the end of September that year, the British stockmarket toppled over, as already-fragile confidence was hammered by

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