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Three quarters of people are willing to get a coronavirus vaccine, global survey shows

President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at the White House on August 31 in Washington, DC. Win McNamee/Getty Images As US President Donald Trump was painting a positive picture of the coronavirus pandemic and urging states to reopen the nation’s businesses and schools, data from the White House coronavirus task force released Monday shows he was getting […]

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Ancient breed of singing dog re-emerges in Indonesia after being believed to be extinct for 50 years

The New Guinea singing dog, known for making harmonic sounds with its high-pitched barks and howls, was believed to only exist in captivity – until now. Scientists spotted a pack of these dogs running wild in the hills of Indonesia after the animals were believed to have gone extinct in the wild 50 years ago. […]

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Kanye West denies rumors Trump and GOP are bankrolling his White House bid

Kanye West has denied speculation he is running for president in an effort to help Donald Trump gain re-election and insisted that no one is bankrolling his campaign.   The rapper discussed his unlikely presidential bid in an interview with Nick Cannon’s podcast, Cannon’s Class.   In a preview clip of the interview, West brought up rumors […]

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Four Navy aircrew parachute to safety moments before E-2C Hawkeye plane crashes in Virginia

An $80 million military plane has crashed in Virginia, with four people parachuting to safety shortly before it hit the ground. The crash happened at 3:50pm near Nelsonia, along Mason Road, on Monday afternoon.  A Navy spokesman confirmed to DailyMail.com that all four people on board – two pilots, two crew members – bailed out […]

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Queen suffered OCD as a child and lined up pencils to feel ‘safe’, new book claims

The Queen was crippled by obsessive compulsive disorder as a child and used to line up her pencils in perfectly straight lines to feel ‘safe,’ a new book has claimed. A new book titled The Governess, released last month, has made the extraordinary claim about Britain’s longest reigning monarch, 94. The book, listed as ‘historical […]

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Gavin Williamson: GCSE and A-level exams could be delayed

Next year’s GCSE and A-level exams could be pushed back to give pupils more time to study the syllabus, the Education Secretary has said. Gavin Williamson said England’s exams regulator, Ofqual, was working with the education sector to decide whether there should be a ‘short delay’ to the exam timetable in 2021. He told the […]

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Oatly is facing boycott from UK customers after it sold stake to private equity giant Blackstone

Vegan milk brand Oatly is facing a boycott from UK customers after it sold a £150million stake to a group lead by a private equity firm whose boss is a major Donald Trump donor. The Swedish firm sold its stake to a group of investors – including Oprah Winfrey and Natalie Portman – lead by Blackstone.  […]

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Detained Australian journalist Cheng Lei wrote diary about the COVID-19 pandemic in China

An Australian journalist who kept a diary of the coronavirus pandemic has been arrested in China with no reasons given. Cheng Lei, an English-language presenter with the state-owned China Global Television Network since 2012, wrote withering Facebook posts about the Communist Party. The Beijing-based business journalist, who studied in Brisbane and Melbourne, mocked the earlier lockdown […]

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Jockey Club chief executive lost her job ‘after sharing a meme about Susan Boyle’

The Jockey Club’s group chief executive stepped down after making comments about the Black Lives Matter movement and sharing a meme about Britain’s Got Talent singer Susan Boyle, sources said. Delia Bushell, 48, tendered her resignation on Sunday after independent barrister Jack Mitchell found evidence to support a number of the allegations of misconduct against her – […]

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Children are at a greater risk from MEASLES than Covid says Britain’s most senior paediatrician 

Britain’s most senior paediatrician claims children are at a greater risk of contracting measles than coronavirus. President of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Professor Russell Viner advised parents to send their children back to school, claiming he’s ‘far more worried about the risk to children of measles than of Covid’. Later today, Boris Johnson will tell […]

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The thorny perils of gardening: A pricked thumb, rashes… and even poisoning!

A thorn in the finger is an everyday injury for most gardeners — and for tree surgeon Lindsay MacPherson it’s more routine than most.  So when he snagged his finger on a blackthorn tree he was chopping, he naturally thought little of it. But that little thorn caused an infection that left him in hospital […]

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Late eaters are more likely to gain weight, study finds

People who eat most of their calories after 6pm tend to have unhealthier diets and eat more overall, according to a study. Researchers said that late eaters were more likely to gain weight because they tend to let themselves get extremely hungry during the day. This makes them more prone to binge eating, making bad […]

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Meet the NYC artist chronicling the coronavirus pandemic by sketching people wearing masks on the subway

Written by By Alaa Elassar An artist who used his talent to cope with the coronavirus pandemic is now documenting history with his art for a new series he’s called the “Covid mask subway drawings.” Everyday for almost a month, Devon Rodriguez has spent hours taking random trips on the subway in search of the […]

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Canary Island hit by coronavirus second wave of at least 40 new cases

A holiday island in the Canaries has had to shut down its beaches after being hit with a second wave of coronavirus. El Hierro previously registered only a handful of cases and no deaths.  But a second wave of the virus has left at least 40 people infected – prompting local authorities to take urgent […]

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Rishi’s grants for furloughed employees won’t save jobs, warn bosses 

Business leaders have warned that the Chancellor’s job retention bonuses will not stop them from laying off staff. Rishi Sunak is offering employers a £1,000 grant for every furloughed employee they keep on when the job retention scheme winds down at the end of October. But fewer than one in five business leaders who have […]

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British holidaymakers rush to book early flights home from Portugal

British holidaymakers are rushing to book early flights home from Portugal as the country looks set to go back onto the UK’s quarantine list. Direct flights from Faro to London are selling fast, starting at around £250 for a seat mid-week and rising to more than £300 on Friday. London-based businessman Sergio Dionisio is predicting […]

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Rishi Sunak ‘is considering raising fuel duty by as much as 5p’ to pay nation’s Covid bill

Rishi Sunak is considering raising fuel duty by as much as 5p to pay the nation’s coronavirus bill, a Treasury source has claimed. The Chancellor is looking at axing a ten year freeze on the tax in his autumn Budget, which would see fuel prices rise by 2p immediately in line with inflation. But a […]

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NHS enrolls 5,000 patients in mass trial of its soups and shakes diet to REVERSE diabetes

Thousands of people with type 2 diabetes are being enrolled into an NHS trial of ‘soups and shakes’ diet which has been proven to reverse the illness    A total of 5,000 patients in England have been signed up to trial the radical 12-month diet programme to slim them down and restore their health. Volunteers will […]

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‘He probably would have been killed.’ Donald Trump DEFENDS accused double murderer Kyle Rittenhouse

President Donald Trump defended the actions of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, saying the 17-year-old ‘probably would have been killed’ by an angry mob if he hadn’t fired at them with the illegal gun he was carrying. ‘He was trying to get away from them I guess, it looks like, and he fell on then they […]

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Donald Trump lashes out at Joe Biden’s ‘strange speech’

President Donald Trump lashed out at Joe Biden after the Democratic nominee gave what Trump called a ‘strange speech’ in Pittsburgh where he held the president responsible for escalating violence between cops, Black Lives Matter protesters and Trump supporters.      ‘His strange speech today that he made in Pittsburgh, he didn’t mention the fact – he […]

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Give all our youngsters a chance to study again, writes Professor CARL HENEGHAN

The most powerful tool for better health is education. To get our country off its sickbed and functioning again, it is crucial that we fully reopen both our schools and our universities. But that won’t happen as long as millions are terrified of returning to normal life. The Government urgently needs to send out a […]

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ROY TAYLOR: Our patients felt 10 years younger after losing two stone writes professor

For decades, the scourge of type 2 diabetes has caused untold misery. Almost four million Britons are now living with the condition. Incredibly, one in six NHS beds is occupied by a patient with the condition, which can lead to terrible complications and shortens sufferers’ lives by an average of six years – all while […]

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