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Man convicted after 100mph motorway race killed his three-year-old son Muhammed had been racing a fellow Honda Civic driver when a blowout caused him to lose control.

A man has been convicted of causing death by dangerous driving after his car crashed in a 100mph motorway race, killing his toddler son.

Israr Muhammed's three-year-old son died when his Honda Civic went down an embankment into trees on the M62 in July 2018.

Muhammed, 41, from ...

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Boris Johnson’s dad won’t be fined for shopping without face mask

Boris Johnson’s father will not be fined after being caught shopping without a face covering, police have announced.

Stanley Johnson said he was ‘extremely sorry’ after he was pictured defying coronavirus restrictions while buying a newspaper in a shop in Maida Vale, west London on ...

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Camilla heartbreak: Why Kate Middleton will be Queen but Camilla won’t

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, married into the Royal Family in 2005. Upon her marriage to Prince Charles, Camilla became known as Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cornwall. She will one day sit beside Charles when he becomes king. But why will Kate, Duchess of Cambridge be Queen when ...

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Apple Maps update is coming to your iPhone today with Google Maps-rivalling features

There's a big update coming to Apple Maps later today, which aims to bring a better experience on your iPhone, iPad and Mac. Apple has been hard at work improving its maps service, which replaced Google Maps as the preinstalled navigation app on iPhones back in 2012, and brings some of its ...

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UK coronavirus cases: New areas added to watchlist - are cases on the rise in your area?

Coronavirus cases in the UK were recorded to hit 6,914 on Thursday, October 1. Stricter measures were imposed across the north of England following a spike in COVID-19 cases meaning it is now illegal to meet different households indoors in some regions. Now new areas have been added to the ...

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Liverpool player ratings vs Arsenal: Three stars struggle as Adrian, Jota, Grujic get 7s

Liverpool lost to Arsenal in the Carabao Cup fourth round on penalties on Thursday night. Having beaten Mikel Arteta's men in the Premier League on Monday, a much-changed side missed out on the Carabao Cup quarter-finals via spot-kicks.

Liverpool were largely disappointing in the ...

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TUI cancels cruises for 2021 as major change announced for TUI ships next year

Marella Cruises is waving goodbye to cruise ship Marella Dream after a decade of sailing. The axing of the vessel from the fleet leaves the TUI cruise brand with just four ships. The change has resulted in multiple cruises being cancelled in 2021.

All sailings on the Marella Dream due to ...

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Parkinson’s disease: Constant sound in ear could be an early warning sign

Parkinson's disease is a progressive condition whereby the signals communicated between the brain and nervous system are disrupted. This causes a number of impairments, many of which relate to movement. The symptoms are often subtle at first but become quite pronounced as the condition ...

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Royal wedding news: Another royal duo marry in secret just months after Princess Beatrice

Royal weddings are usually lavish affairs but the pandemic has sparked a trend in low key nuptials. Queen Elizabeth II's cousin Princess Alexandria celebrated the marriage of her granddaughter Flora Alexandra Ogilvy, 25, and financier Timothy Vesterberg last ...

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Full Moon horoscope tonight: What will Thursday’s Harvest Full Moon in Aries mean for you?

The Full Moon falling closest to the autumnal equinox is called the Harvest Moon. This is because this Moon marks the transition of seasons and the harvest season.

This luminary aligns with rogue ancient asteroid Chiron, which is retrograde in Aries.

This space rock is known in ...

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How to sleep: The different sleep stages and experts’ top tips for better sleep

A good night’s sleep is vital for health. Examples of the consequences of sleep deprivation are impaired memory, lower school grades, depression, slowed reaction time, decreased immune function, adrenal fatigue, impaired sexual function, and an increased risk of uncontrolled ...

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Martin Lewis shares update on £10,000 voucher scheme to spend on property - expert tip

Martin Lewis has offered advice on the government's Green Homes Grant. Speaking on ITV's Martin Lewis Money Show: Live, he revealed what the scheme is and if it's worth it.

The expert explained details on the Green Homes Grant scheme which launched yesterday.

In July, Chancellor ...

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Brexit must have 'consequences': Eurocrat's punishment pledge if UK deviates from EU rules

Mairead McGuiness, candidate to become the EU’s next financial services boss, said the UK should expect “consequences” after Brexit if the Government decides to diverge from the bloc’s methods in industry. Ireland’s commissioner-designate told members of the ...

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Melania Trump humiliated: FLOTUS confuses public in bizarre video 'The **** is happening!'

Melania Trump, 50, has set Twitter alight as social media users compared her greeting with Donald Trump to Jill Biden and Joe Biden’s hug following a live presidential debate. Footage shows the First Lady walk towards Mr Trump and stand alongside him while Jill kisses and hugs her husband, ...

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Anti-EU sentiment growing? Poll shows dramatic shift in Italy’s view of Brexit

Italy felt badly let down by Brussels when it became the worst-hit country on the continent and some EU supporters may be starting to question the benefits of being a member state. And the animosity towards EU leaders over the bloc's failure to offer the Italians assistance in their hour of need ...

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Fears 69 new homes would be 'step too far' for East Yorkshire village

Councillors fear the development poses 'terrible' flood risks

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Plans for 69 homes in an East Yorkshire village have stalled amid concerns the development is a "step too far".

Councillors on East ...

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Fears 69 new homes would be 'step too far' for East Yorkshire village

Councillors fear the development poses 'terrible' flood risks

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Plans for 69 homes in an East Yorkshire village have stalled amid concerns the development is a "step too far".

Councillors on East ...

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First look inside revamped city centre bar re-opening this Friday

Savile Row Bar has undergone a transformation

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A city centre bar is to reopen after a huge renovation.

Savile Row Bar on Savile Street is welcoming customers from Friday after being closed for most of the ...

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First look inside revamped city centre bar re-opening this Friday

Savile Row Bar has undergone a transformation

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A city centre bar is to reopen after a huge renovation.

Savile Row Bar on Savile Street is welcoming customers from Friday after being closed for most of the ...

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Men’s Football In-form Dominic Calvert-Lewin represents Everton’s best chance of silverware in the League Cup

There was a moment in the first half of Everton’s 4-1 League Cup win against West Ham United that drew gasps from the handful of people in attendance.

The reaction was brought about simply by a through-ball from James Rodriguez to Richarlison. It was inconsequential as far as the game ...

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Hatton Garden heist member ordered to repay almost £6m or have sentence extended 'Basil' was responsible for disabling the building's security system and climbing into the vault to loot the safety deposit boxes.

A member of the Hatton Garden heist gang has been ordered to pay back almost £6m from the raid, or face an extra seven years in prison.

Alarm specialist Michael Seed, known as "Basil", was the last member of the Hatton Garden group to be put behind bars in March last year, in a conviction ...

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