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Simon Cowell 'cut ties with Philip Green to purge toxic people'

Simon Cowell says that he parted ways with Sir Philip Green - who is facing allegations of bullying and harassment - in order to rid his Los Angeles entertainment company of 'toxic' elements.

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Christopher Reeve’s son: My family helped paralysed patients walk

Jered Chinnock, from Wisconsin, recently walked again after being paralysed. Here, Matthew Reeve - the eldest son of late actor Christopher Reeve - insists miracles can happen.

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Four arrested after on suspicion of murdering boy, 16

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of murder following the fatal stabbing of teenager John Ogunjobi, police have said.

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'I will not compromise' on Brexit says Theresa May

Mrs May's comments in an address to the annual Lord Mayor's Banquet in London seemed to extinguish hopes that the Cabinet might sign off a deal when it meets on Tuesday.

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UK pastor offers ‘cure’ for homosexuality

Footage, captured in the Kent branch of Winners' Chapel, shows a pastor telling the reporter that God didn't create him to be gay, but something 'shifted in your life that God can fix.'

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Rail firm plans to hold women only recruitment days for train drivers

Southeastern, which serves London, Kent and East Sussex, aims to raise the number of female train driver applicants to 40 per cent by 2021.

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The milkshakes with 39 teaspoons of sugar

Campaign groups say 'grotesque' milkshakes containing more than 300 calories should be banned. A survey found Toby Carvery's Unicorn Freakshake (pictured) had 156g of sugar.

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Ministers face defeat over delays to curbs on FOBT gambling machines

Iain Duncan Smith is among the Tory MPs who have demanded that Theresa May bring forward plans to slash the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) to April next year.

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Briton dies after contracting rabies while on holiday in Morocco

Omar Zouhri, a 58-year-old kebab shop worker was biten by a cat while holidaying in Morocco two weeks ago.

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Trump glares at Morocco King who seems to ‘nod off’ at Armistice event

King Mohammed VI of Morocco and Trump were at a ceremony in Paris to mark 100 years since the ceasefire of World War One. The royal shuts his eyes and is oblivious to Trump's death stare.

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