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Posthumous sperm donation should be allowed, say UK experts

LONDON (Reuters) - Men in Britain should be allowed to donate sperm after they die to meet growing demand from couples seeking fertility treatment, medical experts say.

Posthumous sperm donation is technically feasible and morally acceptable, the specialists said in a review published in ...

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Hull Chamber boss opposes Stephen Parnaby as new Humber LEP chair

The former East Riding Council leader is in the running to replace Lord Haskins as chair at the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership

Former East Riding Council leader Stephen Parnaby should not be appointed as the new chair at the Humber LEP, Hull’s Chamber of Commerce has ...

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Hull Chamber boss opposes Stephen Parnaby as new Humber LEP chair

The former East Riding Council leader is in the running to replace Lord Haskins as chair at the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership

Former East Riding Council leader Stephen Parnaby should not be appointed as the new chair at the Humber LEP, Hull’s Chamber of Commerce has ...

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Terrorists could be forced to take Jeremy Kyle-style lie detector tests

It's part of new bill that aims to guard against terrorism

The government wants to introduce Jeremy Kyle-style lie detector tests for convicted terrorists.

It is part of a package of measures ministers hope to introduce in the next few weeks.

The proposals would see polygraph ...

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Terrorists could be forced to take Jeremy Kyle-style lie detector tests

It's part of new bill that aims to guard against terrorism

The government wants to introduce Jeremy Kyle-style lie detector tests for convicted terrorists.

It is part of a package of measures ministers hope to introduce in the next few weeks.

The proposals would see polygraph ...

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'Typical Hull lad', 95, saw D-Day and concentration camp horrors

George Moody has been awarded the Legion D’Honneur for his wartime heroics

A hero from Hull who saw the horrors of the Second World War has been awarded with one of France’s highest honours.

95-year-old George Moody has received a Legion D’Honneur over 75 years since he landed ...

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'Typical Hull lad', 95, saw D-Day and concentration camp horrors

George Moody has been awarded the Legion D’Honneur for his wartime heroics

A hero from Hull who saw the horrors of the Second World War has been awarded with one of France’s highest honours.

95-year-old George Moody has received a Legion D’Honneur over 75 years since he landed ...

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From Joshua King to Martin Samuelsen - Hull City's five Norwegians of past and present

Samuelsen became the latest player from Norway to represent Hull City on Saturday

Martin Samuelsen became the fifth Norwegian to play for Hull City after making his debut during Saturday’s defeat to Derby County.

The 22-year-old forward became the second of Grant McCann’s three ...

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From Joshua King to Martin Samuelsen - Hull City's five Norwegians of past and present

Samuelsen became the latest player from Norway to represent Hull City on Saturday

Martin Samuelsen became the fifth Norwegian to play for Hull City after making his debut during Saturday’s defeat to Derby County.

The 22-year-old forward became the second of Grant McCann’s three ...

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Businesses say they are still in the dark about post-Brexit trade with the EU More than half of businesses say they cannot plan until they know more about the UK's future relationship with the EU.

British businesses say a lack information about the UK's post-Brexit relationship with the EU is still preventing them from planning for the future.

The Institute of Directors (IoD) found that 55% agreed they "will only be able to make planning and investment decisions with certainty when ...

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Harry and Meghan: The duke has landed but the Sussexes' future is still up in the air Where Harry and Meghan go from here is the subject of much speculation, but for now their small family is reunited.

Thirteen hours after taking off from London, the Duke of Sussex bounced down the steps of a small passenger plane and into his new life in Canada.

The short hop from Vancouver to Vancouver Island was the latest step on what is a monumental journey.

It was a short five-minute drive ...

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Men should be allowed to donate their sperm after death, experts suggest

Doctors should be able to take sperm from dead men as well as accepting it from living donors, academics have said.

They argue that doing so would help plug a UK-wide gap in supply.

Experts concluded it is not only technically feasible, but ‘ethically permissible’ due to its ...

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Social media contributed to my daughter’s death – now I’m fighting for accountability

Two years ago, my family lost our beloved youngest daughter. In the early hours of Tuesday November 21, 2017, Molly took her own life, just days before her 15th birthday.

Adored as a friend, sister, daughter and granddaughter, Molly had showed no obvious signs of mental anguish. ...

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Asteroid approach: NASA tracks a large rock heading past Earth at 37,000MPH - Will it hit?

The asteroid, dubbed by NASA Asteroid 2020 BP, is expected to approach the planet later this afternoon (January 21). NASA estimates the rock is hurling through space at about 37,356mph (60,120km/h).

At this rate, the US space agency said Asteroid BP will close in on the planet around ...

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Rafael Nadal struggles to pinpoint Australian Open issue after 11-year title drought

Rafael Nadal is not sure why he has not been able to win the Australian Open since 2009. Only one of the Spaniard's 19 Grand Slam titles have been secured in Melbourne.

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have dominated the first Grand Slam of the season over recent years.

And world No ...

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Tory MP calls for new Iran nuclear deal: 'We don't want Iran to have nuclear weapons!'

Mr Carter praised the work Boris Johnson has done in reducing the tension between all parties. However, the MP for Warrington South did state that the situation in the Middle East is "particularly volatile". Mr Carter told Express.co.uk that a new nuclear deal with Iran is something "we have to ...

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Type 2 diabetes: Feeling a ‘burning sensation’ here may signal the condition
TYPE 2 diabetes doesn’t tend to reveal itself in the initial stages, but as the condition progresses, symptoms may become more acute. This acuteness is due to consistently high blood sugar levels and one sign of high blood sugar levels is a burning sensation in certain parts of the body. ...
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Billie Eilish gives update on NEXT album after huge James Bond news: 'It's coming'
BILLIE EILISH, Bad Guy hitmaker and alt pop rock prodigy, has spoken out about the release of her next album following the recent news she will be writing and performing the theme song for the upcoming James Bond movie, No Time To Die. ...
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Jennifer Aniston shares behind-the-scenes pictures of ‘night I will never forget’

Jennifer Aniston, 50, enjoyed an unforgettable night in Hollywood on Sunday.

The actress wowed on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in a gorgeous Dior gown and won her first SAG award in 24 years.

Following her big win, the TV and movie star took to Instagram to share ...

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Winds of Winter: George RR Martin says Game of Thrones had 'an end, not THE end' of ASOIAF

It’s now been almost a decade since the last book in A Song of Ice and Fire was published. While there’s still no news on when The Winds of Winter will be released, author George RR Martin has now teased that Game of Thrones’ ending was different to his planned conclusion in A ...

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NASA news: Astronauts complete critical battery upgrade on the International Space Station

The NASA astronauts left the safety of the space station on Monday, January 20, for the second of three spacewalks planned for this month. Dr Meir and Mrs Koch ventured to the ISS’ Port 6 truss structure where the station's batteries are housed.

The ISS batteries draw and store power ...

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