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Paul Gascoigne’s son Regan, 23, reveals he’s bisexual and admits his famous father has no idea 

Paul Gascoigne’s son Regan has publicly revealed he’s bisexual for the first time. The dancer, 23, told The Sunday Mirror he has dated men in the past without his father’s knowledge, but still thinks the former Spurs star will ‘approve’ of his sexuality. It comes after Paul publicly recalled his ‘year from hell’ earlier this month […]

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General election: Boris Johnson lambasted by doctors over 'unprecedented' NHS crisis

Doctors have accused Boris Johnson of only recognising an “unprecedented” NHS crisis coming this winter because of fears it will hamper the Tories chances in the general election. “Under this government’s watch, patients and staff working in the NHS have endured winter after winter of overcrowded emergency departments, long delays and pitifully low staffing levels,” said British Medical […]

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Doctors criticise Tories over 'unprecedented' NHS crisis ahead of first winter election since 1923

Doctors have accused Boris Johnson of only recognising an “unprecedented” NHS crisis coming this winter because of fears it will hamper the Tories chances in the general election. “Under this government’s watch, patients and staff working in the NHS have endured winter after winter of overcrowded emergency departments, long delays and pitifully low staffing levels,” said British Medical […]

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Will a fanatic whose idea of fun is a trip to Marx’s grave really be our next Prime Minister? 

When I released Dangerous Hero, my biography of Jeremy Corbyn, earlier this year, the hard Left suffered a collective meltdown, writes Tom Bower When I released Dangerous Hero, my biography of Jeremy Corbyn, earlier this year, the hard Left suffered a collective meltdown.  They were particularly wound up by the subtitle, ‘Corbyn’s ruthless plot for […]

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The £50million conundrum: Where IS the ‘fake’ Monet that hung at Prince Charles’s Dumfries House?

The walls of the Picture Gallery in Prince Charles‘s Dumfries House are a vivid emerald, an appropriate colour given the artistic gems it holds. There are Dutch masterpieces from the 17th Century and one of world’s most dazzling collections of Chippendale chairs.  A series of antique clocks bought after the Prince suggested the great Palladian […]

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Is this the proof that infamous picture of Prince Andrew and Epstein WASN’T staged?

It is the picture that has haunted Prince Andrew for nearly a decade.  Strolling through New York’s Central Park with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, it shows the close friendship between the men in 2010 – two years after the US financier pleaded guilty to child sex charges in a controversial deal that saw him serve […]

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IAN BIRRELL: Why do thousands of Germans think things were better in the old communist East? 

Frank Schale was a child of Communism. He can remember clearly the stinking air, the smog-filled streets, the water in his local river turning yellow and the lack of fresh fruit such as bananas and strawberries in the shops. At school he had lessons on the evils of capitalism – then at home watched Hollywood […]

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Tory ministers spend £91m on private school fees for top diplomats and military personnel

Ministers have admitted spending more than £91m of taxpayers’ cash last year to subsidise fees for children of diplomats and military officers at some of the UK’s top private schools. Official figures reveal the Ministry of Defence (MoD) spent £80.2m on independent school fees, including Eton, Harrow and Rugby in 2018-19, while the Foreign Office (FCO) spent £10.9m in […]

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Bus driver fired after driving into flood waters

SHALER, Pa. – A viewer sent Channel 11 a video they recorded of a school bus plowing through floodwaters on Seavey Road in Shaler Thursday after heavy rains and strong winds pounded the region. You can customize your WPXI News App to receive alerts to Allegheny County news. CLICK HERE to find out how. According to ABC Transit, […]

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Musician reunited with £250,000 violin 'stolen' from train

An antique violin worth £250,000 which was stolen from a train luggage rack, has been reunited with its owner. Stephen Morris forgot to pick up the 18th century instrument when he got off at Penge East station in south London last month. British Transport Police said it was taken by another man who left the train […]

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MP Lindsay Hoyle is ridiculed after posting picture of himself ‘watching the rugby’on Twitter

MP Lindsay Hoyle has been ridiculed on Twitter after posting a picture of himself ‘watching the rugby’ in striped pink socks.  The Commons’ deputy speaker posted a photo of himself in his armchair at home in Adlington, Lancashire, with the caption ‘come on England’ despite not even looking at the TV screen.  The Chorley MP, […]

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Border closure: Agric minister reassures farmers of government support

Hon. Mustapha Shehuri, the Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development on Saturday reassured farmers on accessibility of better farming equipment plus government support. Shehuri gave the assurance when he visited the Livestock House associated with the Federal Ministry regarding Agriculture in addition to Rural Advancement in Kaduna. Shehuri said that the visit was […]

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Conservative majority put in doubt by new poll showing slight lead over Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour 

A Conservative majority in the general election has been put in doubt after new polling suggested Boris Johnson only holds a ‘slight lead’ over Labour. The Tories are believed to only be eight points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn with just under six weeks to go, according to new data. The survey, conducted by ORB International, puts […]

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'I'd rather stay home than risk my safety': Winter election could prevent women from participating

Women’s issues could be pushed off the national agenda by a potential death of female participation in the imminent general election, campaigners and politicians have warned. Concerns have been raised that women may not feel comfortable taking part in political canvassing or answering the door to political activists after dark, with street harassment last year ruled to be […]

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Asylum seekers left with no heating in rat-infested homes due to 'failing' new Home Office contract, charities warn

Vulnerable people are being forced to live with no heating in rat-infested properties because a new government contract for the delivery of asylum support is beset with “severe failures”, charities have said. Ministers are being urged to act after it emerged asylum seekers, including single mothers with babies, have been living in “appalling” conditions for […]

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Oba of Lagos, Obaseki, Edo Varsity Chancellor, others attacked at Oshiomhole’s house

Cars damaged as Gov Godwin Obaseki, Oba of Lagos, others visit Oshiomhole The Oba associated with Lagos, Oba Rilwan Akiolu, Edo State Governor, Mr Godwin Obaseki and Chancellor of the Edo University, Iyahmo, Dr Aderemi Makanjuola, escaped injuries by whiskers on Saturday, as they were attacked by thugs at the residence regarding former Governor of […]

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Obaseki, others escape lynching at Oshiomhole’s residence

Gov Godwin Obaseki The crisis between Edo state governor and the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress degenerated yesterday as angry youths from Iyamho Oshiomhole’s village in Etsako West local government area attacked the convoy of Governor Godwin Obaseki from Entering Oshiomhole’s compound after the maiden convocation of Edo University. Vanguard gathered that the […]

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Kano govt to intensify efforts on security across 44 local councils

Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State Kano State Government says it will intensify protection measures in all the 44 local government areas in the state. Deputy Governor Nasiru Gawuna of the state announced this on Saturday in Daura in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). Gawuna said that the state government would achieve […]

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Indigenous ‘forest guardian’ is shot in the face and killed by illegal loggers in Brazil’s Amazon 

An indigenous forest guard has been killed and another has been injured after a group of illegal loggers ambushed them in the Amazon in Brazil.   Paulo Paulino Guajajara, who died after being shot in the face, was a leader in a group seeking to protect the Arariboia indigenous reserve from incursions. Federal police will investigate […]

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Iranian ringleader regrets 1979 US Embassy takeover

One of the leaders of the student movement that stormed the US Embassy in Iran in 1979 has said that he regrets the seizure of the diplomatic compound and the subsequent 444-day hostage crisis.     Ahead of Monday’s 40th anniversary of the attack, Ebrahim Asgharzadeh acknowledged that the repercussions of the crisis still reverberate as tensions […]

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Facebook takes down 17 Government adverts after they ran without a political disclaimer

The Government has been accused of misusing taxpayers’ money to target voters in key swing constituencies with Facebook ads. At least 17 adverts promising up to £25million investment in various towns across the UK went live on Tuesday – the day the General Election was announced. They are part of My Town, a Government-backed campaign […]

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Emir of Daura commends Osinbajo for loyalty, honesty to Buhari

The Emir of Daura, Alhaji Faruk Umar, has commended Vice President Yemi Osinbajo for his loyalty and commitment to the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. News Agency associated with Nigeria reports that Osinbajo was in Daura for the turbanning ceremony regarding Buhari’s nephew, Alhaji Musa Haro. Haro was bestowed with one of the Daura emirate’s […]

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Family of Vietnamese woman, 26, confirm she is one of the 39 victims found dead 

A Vietnamese woman who sent her mother a series of messages telling her she ‘couldn’t breathe’ has been confirmed as one of the 39 migrants found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex. Pham Thi Tra My, 26, sent her mother harrowing texts telling her she ‘loved her’ and was ‘dying because she couldn’t […]

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Strictly Come Dancing: Shirley Ballas returns to the show FOUR DAYS after having implants removed

Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas has defied her doctor’s orders and put on a brave face as she returned to the judging panel just four days after having her DD breast implants removed. The TV judge, 59, went under the knife on Tuesday for the four-and-a-half hour operation to her breast reduced back to […]

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