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Visit Barbados and enjoy a Caribbean party at hip resort Port Ferdinand for less than you think

FOUNTAINS of pure white sand fly through the air, accompanied by excited oohs and ahs. This is not kids burying their dad on the beach, however, but a sea turtle laying her eggs while onlookers watch from the neighbouring restaurant. Welcome to another dreamy night in Barbados… This Caribbean gem...

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Jadon Sancho becomes England’s first post-2000 born debutant and comes close to tragic Duncan Edwards’ record

JADON SANCHO came on for Raheem Sterling to make his England debut at the age of 18 and become the first post-millennium Three Lions player. He is the 10th-youngest international and not since Duncan Edwards made his first appearance in white has a player played for the first time in a competitive...

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Strictly’s Susannah Constantine reveals antibiotics her mum took while pregnant left telly star with grey teeth for life

SUSANNAH Constantine has made a public plea for help with her teeth after describing them as “tombstones”. The fashionista, who appeared on Strictly Come Dancing this year but was voted out in the second week, has teeth that appear grey in colour due to a medicine her mother took whilst...

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British weapons systems ‘at risk of cyberattackers who could send missiles to wrong target’

BRITISH weapons systems are at risk of cyberattackers who could send missiles to the wrong target, according to reports. Experts have warned of the vulnerability of satellites, particularly navigation and weather devices. A recent study in America stated: “In recent cybersecurity tests of major...

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Brits ‘need insurance for Eurostar tickets’ as trains could be halted by No Deal Brexit chaos

BRITS booking Eurostar trips were warned yesterday to take out insurance in case No Deal chaos halts trains. Ministers admitted the Chunnel could be among services hit after Brexit if EU talks fail. They urged: “Passengers using cross-border services are responsible for ensuring insurance and...

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Princess Eugenie’s wedding day failed to wow fans or match Prince Harry’s special occasion — despite being held on a windy October day

IT MAY have been windy — but compared with Harry and Meghan’s wedding, the sparse crowd of onlookers were hardly blown away. As the ceremony started, long sections of the roadside security barriers in the shadow of Windsor Castle remained devoid of royal fans. In May, they were in danger of...

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Five koalas have been flown 10,000 miles from Australia to start a British colony and protect the threatened species

FIVE koalas have been flown 10,000 miles to the UK to start a back-up population of the threatened species. The marsupials’ numbers have fallen by 80 per cent in parts of their native Australia, with as few as 43,000 left in the wild. They are not yet endangered but are threatened by disease,...

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Discover art, beer and German festive cheer on a weekend trip to Cologne’s Christmas market

YOU will have heard of the famous scent, yet there’s much more to do in Cologne than just shopping for bottles of eau de. But while we’re on the subject, a ­bottle of the 4711 scent made in the city only costs around £19, with the whole range suitable for men and women. You can […]

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Hackney shooting – man, aged in his 20s, gunned down by ‘two people on moped’ in east London as violence continues

A MAN, aged in his 20s, has been gunned down by “two people on moped” in east London as violence on the capital’s streets continues. Police say they were called to reports of a shooting on Amhurst Road, in Hackney, at about 9.30pm last night. Officers found the victim with gunshot wounds and...

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TOWIE’s Pete Wicks and Clelia Theodorou have a furious row in the street over Shelby Tribble split

THE ONLY Way Is Essex stars Pete Wicks and Clelia Theodorou have had an angry bust up over Clelia’s friend Shelby Tribble. The pair were dating and went public with their romance on the reality show but Shelby caught Pete sexting 10 other women behind her back – two years after he did the same...

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Daily horoscope for Saturday October 13 – here’s what the stars have in store for you today

ARIES March 21 to April 20 You won’t want to waste a moment of this productive day and are a real force to be reckoned with. You can get great deals done, put together winning teams and be your true self. It is just what a partner has been waiting for. Single? You first notice […]

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Thousands of homeowners overpaying mortgage by £4,000 a year – here’s how to cut bills

THOUSANDS of homeowners are overpaying on their mortgage by more than £4,000 a year because they don’t know what deal they’re on. Consumer group Which? found that a third of homeowners are unaware how much interest they pay on their mortgage repayments. Out of the 3,500 homeowners surveyed, a...

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Coronation Street’s Nick Tilsley will be rejected by his own family when he returns to win Leanne Battersby back

NICK Tilsley is going to be rejected by his own family after returning to Coronation Street tonight to win back Leanne Battersby. Soap viewers saw Nick Tilsley by the hospital bedside of ex-wife Leanne Battersby at the end of Friday’s episode, after she was seriously injured when she was hit by...

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Strictly’s Seann Walsh ‘hoping fans forgive him’ for Katya Jones snog as he’s ‘desperate to stay on the show’

SHAMED Strictly star Seann Walsh is reportedly hoping fans forgive him for snogging Katya Jones as he’s “desperate” to stay on the show. The comic, 32, has been working extra hard in rehearsals to impress viewers when he takes to the dance floor tomorrow night. All eyes will be on Seann and...

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Mohamed Salah injury update: Liverpool star to undergo medical scans after leaving pitch with strain

MO SALAH is to undergo medical scans after limping off the pitch while on international duty with Egypt. Salah scored direct from a corner in Egypt’s 4-1 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier win over Swaziland. But last year’s Premier League Player of the Season gave Kop boss Jurgen Klopp a huge...

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Mel B ‘jetting back from Los Angeles’ to ‘push through Spice Girls reunion for 2019’

Mel B is jetting back to the UK to finalise plans for the upcoming Spice Girls reunion. The group is going on a 13-date tour in 2019 but without Victoria Beckham after she pulled out. And, after her recent court appearance in which she met up once again with her abusive ex-husband Stephen Belafonte,...

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Look after your hard-earned cash and save money while you sleep with these top tips — plus grab two FREE tickets to The Bear Grylls Adventure

WANT to save some money in your sleep? From managing your spending to switching your energy provider, there are companies that can take the hassle out of saving by doing it all for you. Try these out for size. ENERGY. If you find shopping around for new energy providers a chore, Switchcraft is the...

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Facebook reveals 30 MILLION profiles were hacked in security breach – here’s how to check if you were one of them

HACKERS stole the names and contact details of 29 MILLION Facebook users, the tech giant has admitted. The breach – thought to be the worst in Facebook’s history – comes amid mounting pressure on Mark Zuckerberg over his company’s failure to properly safeguard user data. On Friday, the...

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Seann Walsh to exploit Strictly snog shame with Katya Jones by ‘using it in a comedy routine’ for his new stand-up tour

Disgraced comedian Seann Walsh could use his experience of kissing his Strictly Come Dancing partner Katya Jones as material for his upcoming show. The ballroom dance series contestant was spotted kissing Katya on the street outside a London pub last weekend despite her being married and him having...

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Cyber sleuth who exposed Novichok assassins’ real identities ‘targeted by Russian blackmailers and hackers’

THE cyber sleuth who exposed the Salisbury assassins’ real identities has revealed how Russia tried to scare him into halting his probes with threats and blackmail. Investigative website Bellingcat’s Christo Grozev said Moscow’s officials attempted to blackmail him about his parents’ past....

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