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FIRST Dates viewers were appalled after a woman gave her date a fake scratchcard, allowing them to think they had won a life-changing sum of £100,000. Both women named Georgia – one a former Arsenal footballer, the other a former reality TV star – made a big impression on audiences at home....

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WHEN last at Notre Dame in Paris, I lit a small candle to the memory of a loved one and quietly offered prayers under its flickering light. On Monday evening, most terribly, flames on an impossibly larger, more savage scale licked through that ancient cathedral, destroying its roof timbers, toppling...

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DEADLY danger and nerve-shredding action are all part of everyday life for the armed forces. Their incredible daily scenes have been breathtakingly captured in the first ever Military Visual Awards, celebrating photography of the brave men and women in uniform. The winner of the Photographer of the...

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ANTI-vaxxers have been banned from GoFundMe in an attempt to stop the growing tide of dangerous conspiracy theories helping to spread deadly measles.  The crowdfunding site announced it was conducting a “thorough review” to remove campaigns that “promote misinformation about vaccines.” It...

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MEGHAN Markle plans to hire an American nanny to care for her baby and has not ruled out drafting a male MANNY into the Royal household, it has been reported. The 37-year-old actress, who is eight-months pregnant, has instructed a posh Kensington-based recruitment firm to find her a suitable...

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CHIEF Eurocrat Donald Tusk calls a second referendum an achievable “dream”. For Britain it would be a nightmare. He has a habit of letting the Brussels cat out of the bag. By suggesting every delay to Brexit makes a second referendum more likely, he’s done it again. It’s something for MPs to...

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Let’s hope ‘Baby Sussex’ convinces Meghan Markle a family is vital in raising kids

CHARMING new photographs have emerged this week of Meghan as a child. They show her looking deeply contented alongside her mother, father, grandmother, uncle, cousins and friends. But most of all, just like the snapshots from most family albums, they show her surrounded by love. Quite the opposite...

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Extinction Rebellion plan to stop the Tube TODAY after 290 arrests in the capital

CLIMATE change eco-warriors are planning to disrupt Tube services today after 290 people were arrested in the capital this week. Extinction Rebellion demonstrators caused travel chaos at Parliament Square, Waterloo Bridge, Oxford Circus and Marble Arch this week to protest climate change. Chaos will...

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Fifty Shades writer EL James’s new book The Mister: Five readers give their verdict

HAVE you been aching to fill the void following the final Fifty Shades instalment? Well, EL James’ latest book was published yesterday – and it’s full of sex scenes but heavier on romance this time. The Mister centres around aristocrat Maxim Trevelyan, who fills his days bedding as many women...

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Funniest Game of Thrones season 8 memes – from Bran and Jaime’s showdown to Cersei and those elephants

GAME of Thrones fans had a field day on Twitter after witnessing a staring contest between Bran Stark and Jaime Lannister and hearing Cersei Lanister muttering the words: “I want those elephants.” As the season premiere tied up loose ends and teased ahead to bloodshed and battles, viewers were...

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Olivia Attwood’s boyfriend Bradley Dack gets tattoo tribute to on-off girlfriend after their split

OLIVIA Attwood and boyfriend Bradley Dack are back together – and what’s more, he’s had a tribute to her inked on his arm. The 27-year-old Love Islander and Blackburn Rovers footballer Bradley are spending some quality time together at the Pennyhill Park spa in Surrey. While they were there,...

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Some of Notre Dame’s priceless relics are saved but fate of countless treasures still unknown

NOTRE Dame was home to countless masterpieces and priceless relics collected over nine centuries that helped cement the landmark as a true symbol of France. Rescuers were able to save some of the cathedral’s most revered treasures from the blaze, including Jesus Christ’s Crown of Thorns, but...

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Danny Dyer is set to buy a caravan on a Sun Holidays seaside campsite after being spotted looking around

DANNY Dyer is set to buy a caravan at a Sun Holidays camp. The EastEnders star was spotted looking round the family complex where readers can often stay for as little as £9.50. Buying a caravan at the Bunn Leisure park, in Selsey, West Sussex, costs from £17,395 to £239,999. Danny, 41, was...

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Poundland brings back retro sweets including Caramac and Flying Saucers – and they cost £1 each

SWEETIE fans might want to head on down to Poundland as the discounter is bringing back an array of retro sweets. From Caramac bars to Flying Saucers to Mint Crumbles there’s something for everyone in Poundland’s selection of tuck shop treats. The classic sweets will be sold in Poundland stores...

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Wednesday’s UK weather forecast — a dry, bright day, warmer than lately but with a cooler east coast

MIST in the south melts away and patchy rain in the north eases to give way to a sunny morning. In the afternoon cloud comes in mainly in the east with the odd shower here and there. Overall a dry, bright day, warmer than lately with temperatures reaching into the high teens in the southeast, […]

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Millionaire trader, 22, is nearly stabbed and has to bathe in McDonalds as he swaps his lavish lifestyle for sleeping on the streets in Rich Kids Go Homeless

SELF-made millionaire Kieren Hamilton swapped designer clothes, exotic holidays and flashy cars to sleeping on the streets – where he was nearly stabbed, forced to beg and wash with wet wipes in McDonald’s toilets. Trader Kieren, 22, who is worth “nearly £2million” and loves to live the...

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Wednesday’s London weather forecast — sunny skies on a dry, very warm day of 18C although cooler at the coast

EARLY mist or fog clears to sunny skies. It will get slightly cloudy in the afternoon perhaps with the odd shower later. Otherwise, dry, and very warm, although southern coastal parts will be cooler. Maximum Temperature 18 °C. Fine and often sunny from Thursday through to Easter Saturday, with any...

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Pack of bacon a week increases risk of bowel cancer by a fifth, study suggests

BACON and sausages fuel cancer twice as much as previously thought, a study suggests. Just 25g of processed meat daily – equal to one rasher or 2/3 of a banger – raises the risk of bowel tumours by a fifth. The World Health Organisation ranked the meat alongside fags in 2015 when it classified...

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Holiday firms must refund customers fairly if they cancel due to illness or a death in the family, watchdog urges

TRAVEL firms will have to refund customers fairly if they have to cancel their holiday due to an illness or death in the family, a consumer watchdog has warned. Holiday companies are allowed to charge customers a cancellation fee to cover their losses but they amount must be proportionate. So, for...

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Daily horoscope for Wednesday April 17 – here’s what the stars have in store for you today

♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 YOU are brighter and smarter than ever as Mercury arrives in your sign for a 20-day stay. You have promising ideas – the difference is you turn them into action instead of waiting for a lucky break. Later, a partnership moon makes you trust in love again without...

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