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Suki Waterhouse strips down to skimpy lingerie in sultry LOVE magazine video

She sent pulses racing when she stripped off for LOVE magazine's sultry shoot last month.But whilst Suki Waterhouse dazzled in the shots, the starlet had more to give.
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Messi finally wins monthly award

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi is named Spain's player of the month for January - the first time he has won the award.
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Man, 22, admits terror offences

A 22-year-old man pleads guilty midway through his trial to conspiracy to murder and preparation of terrorist acts.
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Economic growth for late 2015 could be revised down from 0.5% after construction data comes in undercooked

The revision increases the risk that economic growth, currently estimated at 0.5 per cent in the fourth quarter, will be revised lower when the ONS publishes its second estimate later this month.
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Ozone hole to reach record levels: Cold air and old pollutants could combine to produce giant gap in Earth's protective layer

Environmental scientists at the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) in Germany are predicting the hole (pictured in red) could grow larger this spring and even extend as far south as Europe.
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Louis van Gaal unsure of Manchester United future: 'That is a question for the board'

Louis van Gaal admits he does not know if he will be Manchester United manager next season should he fail to qualify for the Champions League. United are currently fifth in the Premier League.
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VIDEO: Jailhouse rock: Malawi's prison band success

A band from a prison in Malawi has been nominated for a Grammy award in this year's World Music category.
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Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi finally named La Liga's Player of the Month

Lionel Messi has been named Spain's La Liga player of the month for January - the first time he has won the award. The five-time FIFA Ballon d'Or winner had not won it until now.
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VALENCIA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 12:  Gary Neville manager of Valencia CF faces the media during a press conference ahead La Liga match between Valencia CF and RCD Espanyol at Paterna Training Centre  on February 12, 2016 in Valencia, Spain.  (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images)

Valencia have to win against Espanyol but there's no panicking among the players and I, says under-fire manager Gary Neville 

Gary Neville will be calm in the eye of the storm as his Valencia side again bid to end their winless Primera Division run against struggling Espanyol.
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Amy Revell who had her tongue pierced is hospitalised after blood lump bursts

Amy Revell, 17, from Stirling, developed the lump - 'like a purple ball' - under her tongue. She needed hospital treatment after the incident - but still wants her lip pierced.
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Holly Hagan displays extreme cleavage in a keyhole crop top as she transforms into sexy mermaid for SEVENTH consecutive Geordie Shore night out

The 23-year-old reality star gave her own provocative take on the evening's Cowboys and Indians vs. Pirates and Mermaids theme in a particularly scanty mermaid costume.
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Man charged with actress family murders

The partner of Sian Blake has been charged with murdering the ex-EastEnders actress and their two sons.
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3444047 Zika virus vaccine is at least 18 months away from trials, World Health Organisation warns

Around 15 companies and organisations have begun work on a vaccine for the virus. Tests to confirm the link between the virus and two harmful health conditions will take just week.
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Pilot Rusty Crane manages to safely ground plane after landing gear failed

Incredibly, despite the hard landing of the Cessna 2-10 on the tarmac at Wagga Wagga Airport in Australia, pilot Rusty Crane walked away from the emergency unscathed.
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I'm not panicking, says Neville

Gary Neville says he is remaining calm despite failing to win any of his nine La Liga matches since taking over at Valencia.
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How a Pizza Express meal has THREE times more salt than a Big Mac meal: UK's saltiest dinners are revealed – so how does YOUR favourite dish fare? 

An investigation by the website treated.com found the salt content of meals served at high street restaurant chains was often higher than at some meals at fast food outlets.
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Sepsis baby died after 'care failures'

A baby died of sepsis after failures and inadequate care by midwives, a coroner rules.
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England train in full match kit once again as Eddie Jones makes three changes ahead of Italy encounter in the Six Nations 

England trained in full matchday kit on Friday ahead of their Six Nations clash against Italy - just as they did before last weekend's victory over Scotland.
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Zinedine Zidane rolls back the years as Real Madrid train ahead of Athletic Bilbao clash

Cristiano Ronaldo and his Real Madrid team-mates looked in good spirits as they put the finishing touches on preparation for Saturday's game with Athletic Bilbao.
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Harris faces indecent assault charges

Former entertainer Rolf Harris is to be charged with seven counts of indecent assault, the Crown Prosecution Service says.
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Tottenham's title audition: Spurs fluffed lines in 2012 at Etihad... so can Mauricio Pochettino's hopefuls get it right this time? 

JACK GAUGHAN: Their best chance of a title was stamped out by Mario Balotelli around this time four years ago and now Tottenham are back at the Etihad Stadium with similar trophy aspirations.
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Sea levels are rising slower than expected: Parched land has soaked up trillions of tons of water from melting glaciers, stopping it from ending up in the oceans

Researchers led by Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California used satellite measurements to show the rate of sea level rise has slowed by 22 per cent.
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Liverpool owners showed they care with ticket price U-turn, claims Jurgen Klopp

Reds fans walked out of the match against Sunderland at Anfield last weekend in the 77th minute in protest at what they saw as an unacceptable hike in ticket prices for next season.
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Manchester United fans must be patient with Anthony Martial... he can't always be the shining light, says Michael Carrick

Manchester United fans must be patient with forward Anthony Martial as the 20-year-old cannot always be the 'shining light' in every match, according to midfielder Michael Carrick.
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Manchester City defender Bacary Sagna insists Premier League unpredictability makes beating Spurs 'essential'

Bacary Sagna says the unpredictable nature of the Premier League this season means it's essential for Manchester City to beat Tottenham Hotspur to keep their title aspirations alive.
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Strictly Ballroom to be staged in Leeds

The musical created by Baz Luhrmann, based on his film of the same name, is to be performed in the UK for the first time.
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Facebook loses in French nudity case

The Paris appeal court rules that Facebook can be sued under French - not Californian - law, in what is seen as a test case.
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Why you CAN'T trust a hotel safe: Locksmith claims he can open any device using just a magnet and a sock (in five seconds)

Terry Whin-Yates from Vancouver, states that any hotel safe in the world can be broken into in just five seconds when using the simple technique that he discovered.
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Joshua Caldwell is jailed for 15 years after police catch him posing with shotgun

Gangster Joshua Caldwell, 24, of Liverpool, thought posing with his t-shirt over his nose would be enough to keep him off the radar of Merseyside police but his bushy brows gave him away.
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Footballer 'abused position in society'

Former Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson "abused his revered position in society" when he had sexual contact with a 15-year-old fan, a jury has heard.
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Clooneys in talks with German leader

Actor George Clooney and his wife Amal, a human rights lawyer, meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss the Syrian war and the migration crisis.
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Uber offers £20m 'safe ride' settlement

Uber wants to settle two lawsuits regarding safety regulation but the sum amounts to around $1 per person.
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UK Weathyer causes commuter misery as arctic blast causes slippery railway tracks

Thousands of commuters continue to be left in the lurch as trains into London and across the south east are running up to an hour late after ice on the tracks made conditions slippery and dangerous.
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Akhtar Javeed murder case detectives arrest man in the hunt for killers

Akhtar Javeed, 56, was gunned down as he tried to fight off two armed raiders who burst into his distribution warehouse in Birmingham on February 3
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Commons Speaker John Bercow charged the taxpayer more than £100,000 for wining and dining his fellow MPs - including a £2,000 leaving do for one of his deputies

Taxpayers' money has been used to lay on a range of dinners, lunches and receptions for colleagues of Mr Bercow. Claims also included £1.954 for dinner with the Australian speaker.
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Independent to cease as print edition

The Independent and Independent on Sunday newspapers are to cease print editions in March, the owner says.
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Father and sons jailed for fire deaths

A man and his two sons are jailed for life for murdering a baby and two teenagers in a flat fire in Derbyshire.
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Thousands expected at Jimmy Hill tribute

A celebration of the life of former Coventry manager and club chairman Jimmy Hill is to be held in the city later.
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LEIGH, GREATER MANCHESTER - DECEMBER 22:  Manager Paul McGuinness of Manchester United U18s watches from the touchline during the FA Youth Cup third round match between Manchester United U18s and Queens Park Rangers U18s at Leigh Sports Village on December 22, 2015 in Leigh, Greater Manchester.  (Photo by John Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

Manchester United Under 18s boss Paul McGuinness' role under threat as club undergoes root and branch academy review

Paul McGuinness' position as manager of Manchester United Under 18s was in doubt on Friday morning as the club prepared to make sweeping changes to their academy system.
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Military lawyers ‘paid £100k to The Outside Organisation'

The Service Prosecuting Authority hired PR firm The Outside Organisation, which represents David Beckham, for £100,000 in 2015 and still uses the agency on an ad hoc basis.
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Adam Johnson's online 'grooming messages that he sent to schoolgirl' revealed

The England football, sacked by Sunderland yesterday, has admitted grooming and sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl but denies two further counts of sexual activity with a child
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Charlton owner Roland Duchatelet accepts he is unpopular as fans plot another protest but insists he is going nowhere

Controversial Charlton owner Roland Duchatelet has broken his silence amid more plans from Addicks fans to protest his ownership - but his message is that he is here to stay.
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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 09:  (THE SUN OUT, THE SUN ON SUNDAY OUT) Christian Benteke of Liverpool shoots during The Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Replay match between West Ham United and Liverpool at Boleyn Ground on February 9, 2016 in London, England.  (Photo by Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reveals he's tried to talk Christian Benteke out of goal drought but admits it's the Belgian's responsibility to improve  

Benteke returns to Villa Park on Sunday for the first time since his departure last summer but he faces a fight to prove he deserves to start after failing to score in his last 11 matches.
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Umpire Asad Rauf receives five-year ban for involvement in 2013 IPL betting scandal

Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf was handed a five-year ban by the Indian cricket board on Friday over his involvement in an illegal betting scandal that blighted the 2013 Indian Premier League season.
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PETERBOROUGH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 10:  Tony Pulis, manager of West Bromwich Albion issues instructions to his players during the Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay match between Peterborough United and West Bromwich Albion at ABAX Stadium on February 10, 2016 in Peterborough, England.  (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Premier League away tickets should be £10 - clubs are getting enough money, we have to give something back, says Tony Pulis

Tony Pulis wants the price of Premier League away tickets to be fixed at £10 as a measure to combat rising matchday costs for fans that he believes could kill the atmosphere within top flight stadiums.
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Don't protest during game - Wenger

Arsene Wenger asks fans of Arsenal and visiting club Leicester to cancel planned in-game protests during Sunday's match.
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Yannick Bolasie will bring fear factor back to Crystal Palace, says boss Alan Pardew

Yannick Bolasie has missed the last two months of the season that have coincided with a significant dip in Crystal Palace’s form but the winger is set to return for the FA Cup clash with Tottenham.
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THERE'S ONLY ONE SHOLA AMEOBI: @ftfc delighted to confirm the signing of former @NUFC striker Shola Ameobi! #codarmy

Shola Ameobi joins League One side Fleetwood Town until the end of the season

The former England U21 and Nigerian international was a free agent after leaving Championship strugglers Bolton Wanderers in January due to their financial difficulties.
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Victor Wanyama not disciplined by Ronald Koeman for third red card of the season as Southampton boss says he was 'unlucky'

The 24-year-old will miss Saturday's trip to Swansea after being shown a straight red card for a challenge on West Ham's Dimitri Payet and Ronald Koeman said he must learn from his mistakes.
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Irish police armed to surround murdered David Byrne's wake amid rival mob fears

Irish police say 'no chances will be taken' at the Dublin wake of David Byrne, pictured as 'emotions run high' among members of the Kinahan crime cartel and their rivals, the Hutch gang.
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Glaxo fined £37m for paying rivals to delay release of cheap alternative drugs in move that denied NHS 'significant' cost savings

The Competition Markets Authority said Glaxo broke the UK competition law as it paid about £50million between 2001 and 2004 to companies including Generics UK and Alpharma.
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Film producer Ross Putnam lifts the lid on script sexism for female characters

Hollywood film producer Ross Putnam has been posting the intros for female leads he reads in scripts on Twitter to show how he says women are 'often treated as objects rather than people.'
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Premier League's sensational Sunday: Leicester, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City go head-to-head

ADAM SHERGOLD: It has been a captivating Premier League season, full of twists, turns and unexpected title challengers. And this Sunday sees the top four go head-to-head.
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Syria aid could start in 24 hours - UN

The UN hopes to start delivering aid to some besieged areas in Syria shortly, after world powers agree to push for a halt to hostilities in a week's time.
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Francesco Guidolin keen to see Italian influence on his side with Swansea manager determined to improve defensive set-pieces 

Swansea must learn the Italian art of defending to continue their climb up the Barclays Premier League table, says head coach Francesco Guidolin. The Swans are unbeaten in Guidolin's three games.
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Foods that will get you in the mood this Valentines Day weekend

While many associate garlic with bad breath, it has actually been considered an aphrodisiac since ancient Egyptian times. And red berries, figs and honey have been linked with sexual arousal.
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Instagrammer Megan Crabbe who was 'ashamed' of her face shares before and after selfies

Megan Crabbe, 22, from Colchester, Essex, posted a selfie before and after she used editing app Perfect 365. She wanted to show selfies posted online are often edited.
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Revealed: How phone line rental costs have surged while wholesale prices have fallen - and it's vulnerable customers who are the most short-changed

Elderly and vulnerable customers who rely on using their landline phone are being targeted by continued price rises, a new report shows.
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Saga becomes the latest to launch a retirement income fund

Saga Investment Services has partnered with Tilney Bestinvest to launch the British Enhanced Income fund, targeting a 4% yield. It is the latest provider to throw its hat into the retirement income ring.
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My gym won't let me cancel even though I told them I wanted to leave within 14 days. What are my options?

I recently decided to switch gyms, but then realised the pool was more crowded and the showers less pleasant. I'm not allowed to leave because I cancelled on day 14 - what are my options?
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Conor McGregor looks mean after gruelling training session as he prepares for UFC 196 fight with Rafael dos Anjos

The Irishman posted a sweat-drenched photo after a training session on Thursday with the look of a man determined to add another UFC title to his already impressive resume.
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EU gives Greece deadline on borders

The European Union gives Greece three months to fix border controls in a move that could allow other Schengen states to maintain internal controls.
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Optical lens ten times thinner than a human hair will lead to 'invisible glasses'

Researchers from the University of Utah developed a new method of creating optics that are flat and thin, yet can still perform the function of bending light to a single point.
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Walsall girl writes letter to the thieves who ransacked family home

Thieves took £3,000 worth of goods from the home in Willenhall, near Walsall, West Midlands, and Holly Crabtree (pictured) said she didn't 'feel safe' afterwards.
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CF8 superyacht has a pool in a 'hole' and an eight-car showroom

Designed by a team in the Netherlands, the CF8 concept yacht has a 950 square foot pool in a gap in its body, plus eight VIP cabins and a showroom with nearly 1,100 square feet of space.
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NHS could save £8.2m in dental treatments if youngsters chewed sugar-free gum

Research published in the British Dental Journal estimates the savings - equivalent of 354,000 dental check-ups - would be made if 12-year-olds chewed three pieces a day.
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Kagiso Rabada of South Africa sends down a delivery during the Fourth Momentum ODI Match between South Africa and England played at Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa on February 12th 2016

South Africa vs England SCORECARD LIVE: Follow the fourth ODI in Johannesburg as Eoin Morgan's men aim to wrap up series 

England have the chance to become the first team since Australia 14 years ago to complete wins in both the Test and one-day series against South Africa in the same winter.
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Harry Potter: Cursed Child tops charts

The script from the forthcoming Harry Potter play leaps to the top of the book bestseller list, a day after its July release was announced.
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Nina Paunova found hanged after boyfriend Sam Scott dumped her by text

Nina Paunova, a fashion student known as the 'Beauty of Beverley' - her home town in East Yorkshire - had also cut her wrists at a secluded spot before she died on September 8 last year.
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John Humphrys launched a freestyle GRIME rap at the end of BBC Radio 4 Today

The seemingly-impromptu rap by John Humphrys, shown, came during this morning's Today show on BBC Radio 4, following a chat about the lack of Black-inspired music nominated at the BRITS.
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Facebook delete account of ex-biker who claims to be King Arthur reincarnated

Johnny Rothwell, 61, of Salisbury, changed his name to King Arthur Uther Pendragon in 1986 but says rival druids are complaining to Facebook to get his account blocked.
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Charlotte Roche faked ovarian cancer to con Matthew Pilgrim out of £14,000

Fraudster Charlotte Roche, 31, from Chatham in Kent, avoided jail despite defrauding Matthew Pilgrim out of a small fortune to go towards fake cancer treatment at a private hospital in London.
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Romelu Lukaku reveals he employs French company to make clips of himself, opposing defenders and top strikers

Romelu Lukaku has been in superb form this season with 20 goals in all competitions, but the Everton striker is still working hard on and off the pitch to fulfil his huge potential.
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Newlyweds awarded £12,000 payout after Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh honeymoon horror

Guy Chapman, 37, and wife Denise, 50, travelled to the four-star Sierra Resort in Sharm El Sheikh in June 2013 for what should have been a fortnight of sun, sea and relaxation.
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EU probes cheap Chinese steel imports

The European Commission is opening three investigations into steel products made in China as cheap imports add to the woes of the UK steel industry.
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Zero-carb cloud bread with half the calories of a normal loaf ends up soggy

Cloud Bread is a high-protein alternative, made with eggs. Alice Johnston, 23, from London, tests the popular recipe to see if it tastes any good - and finds that its soggy, flat and unpleasant.
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Google's driverless revolution can't come soon enough for ADRIAN LOWERY

In its current filthy, dangerous, resource-hungry incarnation the car's days would surely be numbered: if it is cleaned up and made less dangerous then it could be here to stay.
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Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal ticket prices are fair despite clubs queuing up to freeze or cancel hikes: 'We don't have a problem'

Arsene Wenger has risked a PR own goal after defending sky high ticket prices. The Arsenal manager was asked about his views on the issue during Friday morning's press briefing.
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From Olympic athlete to escort

One-time US athlete Suzy Favor Hamilton on how her mental health battle led her from the Olympics to life as an escort.
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Poor reviews for Matthew Perry play

The play written by and starring the former Friends actor receives lukewarm reviews from critics.
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Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane lead the line in Sportsmail's Manchester City and Tottenham composite XI... but who else makes the cut?

As Tottenham travel to Manchester City in the final game of a pivotal Premier League weekend, OLIVER TODD selects a composite XI as the title rivals go head-to-head at the Etihad.
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Manchester United fans urge Glazers to follow Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group in addressing ticket prices

Manchester United fans have urged the Glazers to follow Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group’s lead and take a fairer approach to their ticket prices, after plans for a £77 ticket were scrapped.
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ASDA's Wonky Veg Box sees FEMAIL writer get creative making 31 meals for £3.50

Joanne Gould, 30, from London, put Asda's new family-sized Wonky Veg box to the test - containing items too misshapen for supermarkets. She managed to make 31 portions from £3.50.
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Arjen Robben unconcerned about Pep Guardiola taking Bayern Munich stars with him to Manchester City next season 

Pep Guardiola will take the reins at Manchester City at the end of June, the next phase in their bid to become the biggest club in Europe. The Spaniard is set to be given a healthy amount to spend.
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VIDEO: 'Brainwave orchestra' in first performance

Four members of a Paramusical Ensemble, who are unable to talk or move, are using ground-breaking technology to create music with the power of their minds.
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Karim Benzema tells judge he lied about seeing Mathieu Valbuena's sex-tape

Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema has admitted to lying to fellow France international Mathieu Valbuena over a sex-tape at the centre of an alleged blackmailing attempt.
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Rolls-Royce slashes its dividend for the first time in 24 years as engineer's profits slump

The world's second largest maker of aircraft engines, which issued three profit warnings last year, has cut its dividend to 7.1p a share from 14.1p, a bigger cut than analysts had expected.
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BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 07:  Arsene Wenger manager of Arsenal looks on prior to the Barclays Premier League match between A.F.C. Bournemouth and Arsenal at the Vitality Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Bournemouth, England.  (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger hoping to nullify Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez with defensive master plan

Sportsmail revealed this week that Wenger is considering playing Gabriel instead of Per Mertesacker alongside Laurent Koscielny in central defence against the Foxes.
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Umpire Rauf handed five-year ban

Former Test umpire Asad Rauf has been banned for five years after being found guilty of corruption charges.
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West Ham boss Slaven Bilic looking forward to next season at the Olympic Stadium as he helps fans pick their seats

The Hammers move into the stadium, which hosted athletics during the London 2012 Olympic Games, this summer and they expect to sell all 54,000 seats at their new home.
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Premier League team news, odds and stats from every match between February 13-14

Ahead of another weekend in the Barclays Premier League, Sportsmail brings you the latest squad news, odds and stats on every top flight fixture as it breaks.
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Ground control gives up on Philae

The Rosetta mission team says it is time to give up hope of ever hearing again from the comet lander Philae.
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Ricky Rayment puts his best moves on former TOWIE co-star Abi Clarke

The 25-year-old hunk appeared to become mesmerised by the stunning reality star-turned-fitness guru, who was putting on an extremely busty display
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VIDEO: 'A tumble dryer destroyed our home'

Thousands of owners are waiting for their tumble dryers to be repaired following a major product alert by Whirlpool.
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Tony Martin who shot dead a teenage burglar Fred Barras will NOT face new charges

Tony Martin, now 71, served three years in prison for shooting dead Fred Barras at his home in Norfolk in 1999. He will face no further action over a weapon found at his home last month
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Jeremy Hunt faces backlash as contracts to be imposed on junior doctors

A petition against Jeremy Hunt's decision to impose a new contract on junior doctors soared to more than 40,000 signatures today. Medics staged a noisy protest outside the Department of Health.
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Kendall Jenner keeps the party going in some very wild thigh high footwear 

The 20-year-old star was spotted grabbing a bite to eat with model pals Hailey Baldwin and Bella Hadid before stopping in at ASAP Rocky's Guess event in New York on Thursday.
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The most gruesome inventions in history from the breaking wheel to the guilletine

A metal bull designed to boil victims alive inside it was devised in ancient Greece by Perillus, a bronze worker in Athens and is among other horrifying inventions designed to cause pain.
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Cure a headache by holding a pencil between your teeth to relaxe jaw muscles

London aesthetic specialist Doctor Jane Leonard said tension headaches are often related to the jaw muscles as well as spasms of muscles in the face, neck and scalp.