I'm A Celeb 2019: Who's going into the jungle?

I'm A Celeb 2019: Who's going into the jungle?

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! is returning. Among the celebrities heading into the jungle are TV Personality Caitlyn Jenner and former footballer Ian Wright. Others include soap actress Jacqueline Jossa and DJs Roman Kemp and Adele Roberts.
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Emilia Clarke on storytelling in the current political climate

Emilia Clarke on storytelling in the current political climate

Emilia Clarke has said "we can dream" about her latest film influencing the political world. She spoke at the Last Christmas premiere in London. In the film she plays a refugee and feels as though stories of suffering need to be told.
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'Humble' Second World War veterans receive Legion d'Honneur

'Humble' Second World War veterans receive Legion d'Honneur

Three British Second World War veterans have received France's highest civilian award, the Legion d'Honneur. William Allen, who served as a guardsman in the Guards Armoured Division of the Coldstream Guards, Jean Neal, a code-breaker at Bletchley...
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Emergency crews search rubble after medieval castle wall collapses

Emergency crews search rubble after medieval castle wall collapses

Hundreds of tonnes of rubble have fallen on to a house after a wall at an 11th-century castle collapsed. Emergency services including a hazardous area response team were called to the scene in Lewes, East Sussex. A pub was also evacuated.
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Election 2019: November 11 round-up

Election 2019: November 11 round-up

A look at the Monday highlights from the various General Election campaign trails. Nigel Farage announces that the Brexit Party will not stand in seats won by Tories in 2017 and the Lib Dems launch legal action against ITV.
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Briton who helped found White Helmets organisation found dead in Istanbul

Briton who helped found White Helmets organisation found dead in Istanbul

A former British army officer who helped found the White Helmets volunteer organisation in Syria has been found dead in Istanbul, Turkish officials said. James Le Mesurier's body was found near his home in the Beyoglu district by worshippers on t...
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Boris Johnson welcomes Brexit Party decision not to stand in seats won by Tories in 2017

Boris Johnson welcomes Brexit Party decision not to stand in seats won by Tories in 2017

Boris Johnson has welcomed Nigel Farage's decision not to stand Brexit Party candidates in the 317 seats won by the Conservative Party in the 2017 election. The Prime Minister said the move shows that his is the only party that will ensure the UK...
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Fergie rides through Beijing Airport on scooter-suitcase

Fergie rides through Beijing Airport on scooter-suitcase

Sarah, Duchess of York has posted footage of herself delightedly riding on a scooter-suitcase at Beijing Airport. The Duke of York's ex-wife chuckles with amusement as she sits on the contraption. She can be heard saying: "Hey, hey hey he he. My...
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UK flooding: Woman moved to tears after losing home and business

UK flooding: Woman moved to tears after losing home and business

Fishlake resident Pam Webb speaks about the damage to her home and business following severe flooding in the South Yorkshire village. It was one of many areas badly affected by heavy rainfall in recent days. Ms Webb said she had recently learne...
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Farage says Brexit Party candidates were stood down 'to stop Lib Dems getting in'

Farage says Brexit Party candidates were stood down 'to stop Lib Dems getting in'

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says his party's decision not to field candidates in constituencies with Conservative MPs was motivated by his fear that doing so would help Liberal Democrats get elected. In Hartlepool on Monday he told supporter...
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn observe two-minute silence

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn observe two-minute silence

The Prime Minister took part in an Armistice Day service in Wolverhampton, while Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn observed the two minute silence in his Islington North constituency. Mr Corbyn was joined by Emily Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary.
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Flooded areas in north of England braced for more rainfall

Flooded areas in north of England braced for more rainfall

The Met Office has issued fresh weather warnings for heavy rain in South Yorkshire as people who stayed in a flooded village cut off by river waters were urged to leave by the council. About half the 700 residents of Fishlake, near Doncaster, lef...
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Springboks revel in World Cup glory

Springboks revel in World Cup glory

South Africa's rugby world cup final winning team, including captain Siya Kolisi and fan favourite Faf de Klerk, show off the Webb Ellis Cup as their open top bus parade heads through Cape Town. Thousands of fans lined the streets to greet the ch...
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'Extinct' scimitar-horned oryx born at Marwell Zoo

'Extinct' scimitar-horned oryx born at Marwell Zoo

An 'extinct-in-the-wild' scimitar-horned oryx has been born at Marwell Zoo in Hampshire. Named Belle, the female calf is an example of one of the most threatened antelopes in the world.
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Police appear to shoot protester in Hong Kong

Police appear to shoot protester in Hong Kong

Footage appears to show a police officer shooting a protester as a demonstration disrupted morning rush hour in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong hospital authority said the person shot was in a critical condition.
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General Election 2019: Opinion polls over the last seven days

General Election 2019: Opinion polls over the last seven days

A look at the opinion polls over the last seven days as the countdown to the General Election on December 12 continues.
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British Steel set to be saved by Chinese buyer

British Steel set to be saved by Chinese buyer

A Chinese industrial giant is set to come to the rescue of British Steel within days, buying out its embattled Scunthorpe plant and potentially saving 4,000 jobs, it has been reported. After talks with a prospective Turkish buyer collapsed, the J...
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Australian state declares emergency as wildfires continue to rage

Australian state declares emergency as wildfires continue to rage

Australia's most populous state declared a fire emergency on Monday with worsening conditions expected from wildfires that have claimed three lives and more than 150 homes. New South Wales (NSW) state emergency services minister David Elliott sai...
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Transgender teen vows to continue documenting her transition despite receiving death threats

Transgender teen vows to continue documenting her transition despite receiving death threats

Transgender YouTuber Hannah Phillips has bravely vowed to keep helping other people who are considering transitioning, by posting videos documenting her own experience - despite receiving daily death threats from trans-phobic internet trolls.
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Brexit: 81 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Brexit: 81 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Constituency map of the UK before the 2019 general election

Constituency map of the UK before the 2019 general election

A look at which parties hold which constituencies as campaigning for the 2019 General Election continues.
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Keith Vaz will not stand for re-election amid suspension row

Keith Vaz will not stand for re-election amid suspension row

Labour's Keith Vaz has announced his retirement from Parliament after 32 years as an MP for Leicester East. It comes just weeks after the Commons Standards Committee recommended he should be handed a six-month suspension for causing "significant ...
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Pep Guardiola:'Thank you so much' to ref was not sarcastic

Pep Guardiola:'Thank you so much' to ref was not sarcastic

Pep Guardiola insisted he was not being sarcastic when he shook the hand of the referee after Manchester City's 3-1 defeat at Liverpool. The City boss appeared to thank Michael Oliver for his performance in a theatrical way after the final whistl...
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Premier League weekend round-up

Premier League weekend round-up

All the stats and the best quotes from a weekend of football.
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20191110 SOCCER Liverpool

20191110 SOCCER Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp gives his reaction to Liverpool's 3-1 win over Manchester City Premier League match. Dissecting the game, he says his team was worthy of the three points, especially after scoring the second goal, which he claims he's never seen any...
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: it was the best performance of the season

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: it was the best performance of the season

Manchester United head into the international break on a high after beating Brighton with what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer called their "best performance of the season". After the game Solskjaer lauded the ever-improving midfielder Fred and summer signin...
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Premier League top scorer

Premier League top scorer

A round up of the top scorers so far of the Premier League season.
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General Election 2019: November 10 round-up.

General Election 2019: November 10 round-up.

A look at the Saturday highlights from the various General Election campaign trails.
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Fishlake near Doncaster remains under 3ft of water

Fishlake near Doncaster remains under 3ft of water

Many parts of Fishlake, near Doncaster in South Yorkshire, on Sunday remained under 3ft (one metre) of water from the nearby River Don and only tractors were able to get in by road. About half of the 700 residents evacuated as water began to inun...
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Remembrance Sunday across the UK

Remembrance Sunday across the UK

Highlights from Remembrance Sunday services and events from across the UK. Wreaths have been laid by the royal family, military personnel as well as politicians, and 750,000 poppies were dropped over the White Cliffs of Dover in tribute to the f...
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Lorry driver jailed for causing chain crash in Newark

Lorry driver jailed for causing chain crash in Newark

Nottinghamshire Police release dashcam footage after lorry driver David Price, 65, was jailed for causing serious injury by dangerous driving following a crash on the A17 at Newark on June 8 2018. Price was sentenced to 18 months in prison when ...
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750,000 poppies dropped from Dakota over Dover

750,000 poppies dropped from Dakota over Dover

As the nation fell silent to remember the fallen, a gentle shower of poppies drifted over the White Cliffs of Dover. They were carried in a Dakota plane, which released 750,000 poppies as it soared above the English coastline. Down below, hundr...
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The royal family lead tributes on Remembrance Sunday

The royal family lead tributes on Remembrance Sunday

The royal family have led solemn tributes to the nation's war dead at the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in central London. A uniformed Prince of Wales was the first to place a wreath of poppies at the foot of the memorial on behalf o...
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General Election 2019: Opinion polls over the last seven days

General Election 2019: Opinion polls over the last seven days

A look at the opinion polls over the last seven days as the countdown to the country's General Election on December 12 continues.
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Chancellor claims Labour would plunge Britain into economic crisis

Chancellor claims Labour would plunge Britain into economic crisis

Labour would plunge Britain into an economic crisis "within months", Sajid Javid has warned, as he defended the Conservative's claim that Jeremy Corbyn's policies would cost GBP1.2 trillion. The Chancellor said the opposition would spend an extra...
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What was the Armistice?

What was the Armistice?

A look at what the Armistice is and why poppies are the symbol of Remembrance Sunday.
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Wildfires burn on Australia's east coast at prime minister comforts victims

Wildfires burn on Australia's east coast at prime minister comforts victims

At least three people are dead, several remain missing and dozens have been injured as wildfires continue to raze Australia's drought-stricken east coast. Officials also said more than 150 homes have been destroyed. Prime Minister Scott Morrison...
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Brexit: 82 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Brexit: 82 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Queen and Royal Family pay tribute to fallen at Festival of Remembrance

Queen and Royal Family pay tribute to fallen at Festival of Remembrance

The Queen and Royal Family joined a crowd of thousands to pay tribute to all those who lost in their lives in conflicts at the annual Festival of Remembrance. Alongside the Queen in the royal box at the Royal Albert Hall were senior royals includ...
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Leicester celebrate 2:0 win, and Emery defends his position

Leicester celebrate 2:0 win, and Emery defends his position

Jamie Vardy piled the pressure on Arsenal boss Unai Emery as the Leicester striker continued to haunt the Gunners. The forward scored his ninth goal in nine starts against the Gunners to inspire the Foxes to a 2-0 win and move them up to secon...
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New report from Save the Children highlights the 'Forgotten epidemic' of pneumonia hospitalising s

New report from Save the Children highlights the 'Forgotten epidemic' of pneumonia hospitalising s

Hospitals in England recorded 56,000 child emergency admissions for pneumonia last year, a jump of more than 50% compared to the number a decade ago, a new report from Save the Children and Unicef says. Catherine Sage's eight-year-old son, Edwa...
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Jo Swinson: Lib Dems to provide free childcare from nine months for working parents

Jo Swinson: Lib Dems to provide free childcare from nine months for working parents

Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson makes a speech at a rally at the Battersea Arts Centre in Lavender Hill, while on the General Election campaign trail in London. The Lib Dems will provide free childcare from the age of nine months to when chil...
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General Election 2019: November 9 round-up.

General Election 2019: November 9 round-up.

A look at the Saturday highlights from the various General Election campaign trails. Jo Swinson pledges to provide free childcare from nine months for working parents, whilst the UUP say they are up to the challenge against the DUP, and Jeremy Cor...
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Corbyn calls for better flood management as deluged areas get sunny respite

Corbyn calls for better flood management as deluged areas get sunny respite

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for better flood management. He visited flood-hit areas of South Yorkshire on Saturday.
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Mercury to pass the Sun - what you need to know

Mercury to pass the Sun - what you need to know

Mercury, the closest and innermost planet, will transit the Sun on Monday in a rare spectacle. Here is what you need to know.
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Flood victim named by police as former high sheriff of Derbyshire, Annie Hall

Flood victim named by police as former high sheriff of Derbyshire, Annie Hall

The woman who died after being swept away by floodwater has been named as the former High Sheriff of Derbyshire, Annie Hall. Derbyshire Police said Mrs Hall's body was found in the early hours of Friday after she was swept away by water in Darle...
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Germany marks 30 years since fall of Berlin Wall

Germany marks 30 years since fall of Berlin Wall

Germany is marking 30 years since the Berlin Wall fell, a pivotal moment in the events that brought down Communism in eastern Europe. Leaders from Germany, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic attended a ceremony at Bernauer Strasse -...
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New Lord Mayor of London appointed at annual parade

New Lord Mayor of London appointed at annual parade

The Lord Mayor's Show takes place in the City of London to celebrate the appointment of the 692nd Lord Mayor of London Alderman William Russell of the Bread Street ward.
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