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Amber Heard arrives at High Court for second day of hearings
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Depp arrives for day two of libel trial
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Anthony Joshua doppelganger gets job as his lookalike
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Frank Lampard praises Kepa Arrizabalaga as Chelsea beat Crystal Palace
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Actor Johnny Depp departs UK High Court
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Johnny Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard arrive at London's High Court for legal showdown
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London mayor and Met chief remember victims on 15th anniversary of July 7 blasts
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Johnny Depp arrives at High Court as libel trial against The Sun set to begin
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Johnny Depp's ex-wife Amber Heard arrives at UK High Court
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Chris Evans and Lily James spend night out in London
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Actor Johnny Depp arrives at UK High Court
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Brexit briefing: 177 days until the end of the transition period
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Premier League match preview: Crystal Palace v Chelsea
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Eight people rescued after burst water main flooded London road
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PM: "This factory will be building the trains of the future"
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'We want to be your friend': Chinese ambassador
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Starmer visits BrewDog pub and brewery in London
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