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Drag queen embraces disability
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Brentford v Fulham: Championship play-off final match preview
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‘Irv The Swerve’ the 80-year-old water skier
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HSBC profits drop 65% due to coronavirus
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Uber teams with Thames Clippers for boat service
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Boris Johnson ‘orders preparations to avoid second national lockdown’
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Hundreds attend march for Afrikan Emancipation Day
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FA Cup final preview: Arsenal v Chelsea
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Giant blob of cream unveiled in Trafalgar Square
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Museum reopens with electronic music exhibition
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China says UK has 'poisoned' relations
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Sadiq Khan worried 'mixed messages' will lead to second wave
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Chinese ambassador: Disputes between UK and China have seriously poisoned relations
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Jessica Swale faced challenges shooting key Summerland scene in single take
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Stars line the streets outside London's Madame Tussauds ahead of reopening
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Weather forecast: Is there a heatwave on the way?
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Johnny Depp trial was painful for Amber Heard
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Johnny Depp's Trial Wraps Up
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Depp was the victim of Heard, court told
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Amber Heard gives statement outside High Court
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Police shut down illegal London house party attended by more than 150 peopleNeighbours call police after AirBnb property used to host 'gigantic party that quickly got out of hand'
Tory failure to suspend MP over alleged rape is 'shocking', says Jess PhillipsFomer minister was questioned by police in London on Saturday and released on bail
London violence: Shootings leave five injured in one nightPolice were called to four incidents, including three shootings overnight in the capital.
British Airways pilots back job loss dealLONDON: British Airways pilots have overwhelmingly voted to accept a deal cutting wages by 20 per cent with 270 jobs lost, according to aviation union BALPA. The deal, announced Friday, comes as the..
Alan Parker, director of ’Bugsy Malone’ and ’Mississippi Burning’, dead at 76London - British filmmaker Alan Parker, director of movies ranging from "Bugsy Malone", a gangster comedy featuring children armed with cream-shooting guns, to tense prison drama "Midnight Express",..
Hail, high water and lockdown: Europe's fruit growers prepare for tough harvestPARIS/LONDON — Europe’s been eating more fruit under lockdown, by all accounts. The problem is, it could struggle to find people to pick it. The region’s growers are preparing for upcoming summer..
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China says U.S. fueling new Cold War due to presidential electionLONDON — China on Thursday accused the United States of stoking a new Cold War because certain politicians were searching for a scapegoat to bolster support ahead of the U.S. presidential election in..
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Camden boy's toy gun arrest leaves mother 'petrified'Armed police raided Mina Agyepong's house late at night to arrest her son, 12, at her London home.
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