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Anti-lockdown protesters crowd into London as Tier 2 restrictions hit today

Anti-lockdown protesters crowd into London as Tier 2 restrictions hit today

The demonstrators - led by former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers - carried placards with conspiracy theories blaming the virus on the new 5G network, while others claimed the virus itself was a hoaxVideo UnavailableThousands of anti-lockdown demonstrators gathered in central London in protest against Tier 2 restrictions which came into force in the capital today. Led by former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers, demonstrators chanted conspiracy theories such as "stick your poison vaccine up your arse", "take off your masks" and "we are the 99%" as they walked down...

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Boris Johnson tells Andy Burnham to obey him or 'people will die' in ultimatum

Boris Johnson tells Andy Burnham to obey him or 'people will die' in ultimatum

Andy Burnham supports tougher measures but says they will only work if people are given the financial support they needVideo UnavailableBoris Johnson has delivered an ultimatum to Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham - telling him to drop his demands for more support for the city or face rising deaths. Mr Johnson said that every day Mr Burnham held out on the city entering Tier 3 "means more people will go to hospital, more people will go to intensive care and more people will die". Mr Burnham has not said he does not oppose entering Tier 3, but is demanding furlough support of up to 80%...

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Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev date confirmed as Tyson Fury lies in wait

Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev date confirmed as Tyson Fury lies in wait

Joshua will face his mandatory challenger later this year with victory setting him up for a huge clash with Fury next springVideo UnavailableAnthony Joshua has vowed to swat aside Kubrat Pulev and set up an undisputed showdown with . Joshua will face Pulev in a much-delayed defence of his heavyweight titles at The O2 arena on December 12 - with or without fans. Victory against his mandatory challenger will pave the way for a mouthwatering clash with his fellow world champion next spring. And he said: "December 12 is the date and once again the heavyweight belts go up in the air and it is my...

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Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for coronavirus

Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for coronavirus

Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is feeling well and hasn't been suffering with symptoms, but is now self-isolating and will play no part in Portugal's clash with SwedenVideo UnavailableCristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for coronavirus. The Juventus forward is feeling well and hasn't been suffering with symptoms, but is now self-isolating and will play no part in Portugal's clash with Sweden. The rest of the Portugal team have returned negative tests and are available for selection. Portugal's Football Federation said: " was released from the work of the National Team after a positive...

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Brit kids groomed by sick far-right video games showing Muslims being beheaded

Brit kids groomed by sick far-right video games showing Muslims being beheaded

EXCLUSIVE: Recent games distributed across UK include ones that show Muslims being stabbed and decapitated, Jews being gunned down in a synagogue and black people being shotFar-right groups are recruiting children as young as nine with sick video games, a charity warns. Exit UK, which helps people leave far-right groups, told how one British fascist sent 1,000 USB sticks with 30 neo-Nazi games on to young people. Kids are recruited by extreme groups on forums, then encouraged to join other groups on encrypted messenger sites such as WhatsApp and Telegram, where they are offered the videos....

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Boris Johnson to announce enough wind farms to 'power every home by 2030'

Boris Johnson to announce enough wind farms to 'power every home by 2030'

The Prime Minister will pledge that offshore wind will produce enough electricity to power every home in the country by 2030Video UnavailableBoris Johnson will today announce a green package to support offshore wind farms to help the UK meet its climate targets.  The Prime Minister will pledge that offshore wind will produce enough electricity to power every home in the country by 2030. He will allocate £160 million to upgrade ports and infrastructure in coastal communities like Teesside and Humber in Northern England. This new investment will create 2,000 jobs in the short term and help...

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Tory peers vote down last-minute bid to block 'up to 55,000 evictions'

Tory peers vote down last-minute bid to block 'up to 55,000 evictions'

Since Monday, tenants who were handed eviction notices by landlords from March to August have been at risk of being turfed out of their homesTory peers today voted down a last-minute bid to stop an estimated 55,000 struggling private renters from being evicted. Since Monday, tenants who were handed notices by landlords from March to August have been at risk of being turfed out of their homes. Housing campaigners fear that it will mean a rise in homelessness and more pressure on cash strapped councils just as the UK braces for a second wave. According to housing group Generation Rent, who...

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Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara have baby son and name him after his brother

Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara have baby son and name him after his brother

Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara have become a baby boy, who they have name after his late brother RiverVideo UnavailableJoaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara have welcomed their first child, a baby boy. The couple have named their son after Joaquin's brother River, who tragically died in 1993 from a drug overdose. Rooney, 35, had previously not confirmed her pregnancy but had been seen with a baby bump over the summer. The happy news was announced by Victor Kossakovsky at a Q&A session at the 2020 Zurich Film Festival following a screening of Gunda, a film which Joaquin, 45, worked on as...

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Tesco, Sainsbury's and Lidl chickens die deformed in 'chronic pain'

Tesco, Sainsbury's and Lidl chickens die deformed in 'chronic pain'

EXCLUSIVE: The misery of our 'Franken-chickens' has been exposed in an undercover investigation by Open Cages - as birds reared by supermarket firms end their days deformed and in painVideo UnavailableChickens reared by firms supplying major supermarkets spend their final days in “chronic pain”, an undercover investigation has found. Dubbed “Franken-chickens” by animal welfare campaigners, these birds grow at an unnatural rate to satisfy Britain’s billion-a-year appetite for chicken. Today, most UK factory farm chickens are from breeds developed to gain 95 grams a day. They are slaughtered...

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Sep 21
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UK coronavirus alert level raised to 4 after infections soar

UK coronavirus alert level raised to 4 after infections soar

The recommendation was announced by the UK's four chief medical officers after new infections surged to an estimated 6,000 per dayVideo UnavailableThe UK's coronavirus alert level is to be raised from 3 to 4 in the first change since June after infections soared. The four Chief Medical Officers recommended the change tonight and it was confirmed by Health Secretary Matt Hancock. The change was announced after - and as Boris Johnson prepares to announce new restrictions tomorrow. It's understood No10 is considering a national 10pm curfew for pubs and restaurants, and a ban on any two...

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Sep 21
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Nightclubs in Wuhan packed as coronavirus epicentre reports no new cases

Nightclubs in Wuhan packed as coronavirus epicentre reports no new cases

The city, where the global pandemic is believed to have started, is returning to normal as authorities claim there has not been a case of community transmission since MayClubbers have been pictured enjoying a night out as life returns to normal in Wuhan. Young people are shown packed close together on the dancefloor in the Chinese city, where the Covid-19 pandemic is believed to have originated. Revellers were pictured getting up close and personal with each other in a manner which is banned across large parts of the globe. The Chinese government claims is has virtually wiped out the deadly...

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Sep 20
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Water companies pumped raw sewage into UK rivers nearly 300,000 times last year

Water companies pumped raw sewage into UK rivers nearly 300,000 times last year

EXCLUSIVE Discharge of untreated waste – which includes excrement, condoms and toilet paper – is permitted in “exceptional circumstances” such as torrential rainWater companies pumped raw sewage into our rivers nearly 300,000 times last year. Data from the Environment Agency, which is responsible for English rivers, reveals the “spills” have soared by more than 2,200 per cent in four years. Discharge of untreated waste – which includes excrement, condoms and toilet paper – is permitted in “exceptional circumstances” such as torrential rain. But river watchdogs say the scale of sewage...

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Sep 19
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Coronavirus carriers who don't self-isolate face £10,000 fines from police

Coronavirus carriers who don't self-isolate face £10,000 fines from police

New plans, aimed at containing a second wave of Covid-19, will see up to four million low-paid offered grants of up to £500 to cover the cost of staying homeVideo UnavailableCovid carriers who refuse to self-isolate face £10,000 fines. Those who test positive and even suspected carriers who ignore the two-week quarantine rule will be fined £1,000. And the low-paid will get £500 so they can isolate at home. That will rise to £10,000 for repeat offenders and cases of blatant non-compliance. The plans – a legal requirement – are aimed at containing a second wave sweeping menacingly across the...

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Sep 19
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Coronavirus immunity may last only 6 months and could reinfect people every year

Coronavirus immunity may last only 6 months and could reinfect people every year

A study found that four patients with similar coronaviruses were reinfected frequently, with one struck down 17 times - around once every two years, as scientists claim the UK could face 'multiple waves' of Covid-19People who have recovered from coronavirus may lose their immunity to the disease within six months, according to new research. It could reinfect people year after year - just like the common cold, warn scientists. An analysis of patients with four similar coronaviruses found re-infection occurred frequently. On average this started about a year after the initial bout - but...

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Sep 15
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Killer whales 'rip open' great white sharks to eat their hearts and testicles

Killer whales 'rip open' great white sharks to eat their hearts and testicles

Autopsies carried out on six sharks that had washed up on the shores of Gansbaai in South Africa said they had been 'physically ripped open' by the whales in a 'precise and refined' wayVideo UnavailableKiller whales are ripping open great white sharks off the coast of South Africa, eating their livers, hearts and testicles, scientists say. Autopsies carried out on six sharks washed up on the shores of Gansbaai - about two hours from Cape Town - found they had been "physically ripped open" by the whales in a "precise and refined" way. Marine biologist Alison Towner said the orcas tore the...

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Four men sentenced to have 'four fingers amputated for theft' in Iran

Four men sentenced to have 'four fingers amputated for theft' in Iran

The men - identified by Iran media as Hadi Rostami, Mehdi Sharafian, Mehdi Shahivand and Kasra Karami - were reportedly ordered to have four fingers on their right hands amputatedFour men accused of stealing in Iran will have their fingers amputated, it has been reported. The men - identified by Iranian media as Hadi Rostami, Mehdi Sharafian, Mehdi Shahivand and Kasra Karami - were reportedly ordered to have four fingers on their right hands severed. Under Sharia law, amputation, whipping, and even death by stoning are all legal forms of punishment. The men were originally tried on November...

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Brit student chained and drugged in UAE says he heard other inmates being raped

Brit student chained and drugged in UAE says he heard other inmates being raped

EXCLUSIVE: Matthew Hedges, who was detained in the UAE for seven months has spoken about the horrific treatment he endured, and said the government could be on the verge of giving a 'green light' to tortureA British student who was chained and drugged after being accused of spying says the government is on the verge of giving the "green light" to torture. Matthew Hedges spent seven months in a detention centre in the United Arab Emirates after being arrested during a research trip in 2018. During his ordeal, he was mercilessly interrogated, tried to take his own life and heard other inmates...

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Bev Callard battling to walk again after hip op disaster forced her off screen

Bev Callard battling to walk again after hip op disaster forced her off screen

EXCLUSIVE: Bev went into a hospital in the North West for what she thought would be a routine keyhole surgery op on March 12, but it went wrong. She is now suing the hospitalVideo UnavailableCoronation Street legend Beverley Callard is battling to walk again after a routine hip operation left her fearing she would be in a wheelchair for life. The 63-year-old star today reveals the secret agony she has been through after her sudden disappearance from the soap left millions of fans confused. And Bev – whose character Liz McDonald had been due to make a big cobbles exit this summer after 30...

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Aug 29
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iPhone 12 launch - what time is Apple's event today and what will be announced?

iPhone 12 launch - what time is Apple's event today and what will be announced?

While Apple usually launches its iPhones at its September event, questions have been raised over whether that will be the case this year is hosting a huge event today, where it's expected to reveal a number of exciting hardware products, including the iPad Air 4 and Apple Watch 6. This year’s event is called ‘Time Flies’, and will take place at 18:00 BST. While Apple usually also launches its iPhones at its September event, questions have been raised over whether that will be the case this year. Apple has already confirmed that this year’s iPhones will go on sale later than previous years,...

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Teen found dead in Malaysia jungle 'couldn't walk 20ft on her own', inquest told

Teen found dead in Malaysia jungle 'couldn't walk 20ft on her own', inquest told

London schoolgirl Nora Quoirin, 15, was found dead ten days after vanishing from the Dusun Resort in Malaysia, with police saying she was not kidnapped but her parents reject the theory she wandered off on her ownVideo UnavailableThe parents of a London teenager found dead in a Malaysian jungle claimed she could not walk 20ft on her own, an inquest has heard. A police boss involved in the massive search for 15-year-old Nora Quoirin told a coroner how her mum and dad insisted she could not go far without them. Mohamad Nor Marzukee Besar, the police superintendent who covers the Dusun Resort...

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Aug 25
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Transfer news live - Latest updates from Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool and Chelsea

Transfer news live - Latest updates from Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool and Chelsea

The Premier League returned to action on the pitch on Saturday, and time is off the essence for clubs wishing to strike deals to improve their squadsVideo UnavailableThe Premier League roared back into action on Saturday - and it may have given some clubs a reminder there is still business to be done. Champions Liverpool were given an almighty scare by newly-promoted Leeds before prevailing 4-3 thanks to a Mohamed Salah hat-trick. The Reds continue to be linked with a swoop for Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara - will Jurgen Klopp put his foot down and get the deal done? Manchester...

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Brits warned against party weekend as UK 'on edge of losing control' of Covid-19

Brits warned against party weekend as UK 'on edge of losing control' of Covid-19

With "rule of six" Covid-19 restrictions coming into force and Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull the latest to have local lockdown curbs imposed, there are fears Britons will have one last hurrah and ignore social distancing rulesVideo UnavailableBritons have been warned against having a "party weekend" as a former chief scientific adviser said the UK is "on the edge of losing control" of . The public has been urged to act "in tune" with Covid-19 guidelines before the "rule of six" restrictions come into force in England, Wales and Scotland from Monday with some exceptions. On Saturday,...

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Indigenous expert killed with arrow to the heart fired by Amazonian tribe

Indigenous expert killed with arrow to the heart fired by Amazonian tribe

Rieli Franciscato was killed when an arrow hit him in the chest as he was approaching an indigenous tribe in the remote region of Rondônia state in north-western BrazilAn indigenous rights expert was fatally shot in the chest by an arrow as he approached a tribe. Rieli Franciscato attempted in vain to shelter behind a vehicle as he and police officers came under fire. According to a police officer who witnessed the killing the 56-year-old pulled out the arrow, which had hit him in the heart. The Brazilian man ran 50m before collapsing and dying. Mr Franciscato had been working in the remote...

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RAF Typhoon jets intercept two Russian aircraft off the Scottish coast

RAF Typhoon jets intercept two Russian aircraft off the Scottish coast

The Ministry of Defence said the RAF Typhoons, which are based at RAF Lossiemouth, were scrambled after the Russian aircraft entered 'the UK's controlled zone of international airspace'UK fighter jets have intercepted two Russian aircraft off the Scottish Coast after they entered a 'controlled zone'. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) said that the RAF Typhoons, which are based at RAF Lossiemouth, were scrambled earlier today after the Russian aircraft entered 'the UK's controlled zone of international airspace'. The Russian planes were identified as TU-142 Bear F maritime reconnaissance and...

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Conor McGregor arrested for alleged attempted sexual assault in Corsica

Conor McGregor arrested for alleged attempted sexual assault in Corsica

The former two-weight UFC champion was spoken to by police before being released following the alleged incidents in a barVideo UnavailableConor McGregor has been arrested for alleged attempted sexual assault and alleged indecent exposure in Corsica. The former two-weight UFC champion has been in the region preparing for a 180km voyage which was to raise awareness of water safety. He was due to start the trip from Corsica to Monaco today alongside Princess Charlene of Monaco but was forced to withdraw. According to the AFP news agency, the 32-year-old was arrested and taken into custody...

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