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Emma Raducanu Turned An American Crowd British | The Russell Howard Hour
From this week's episode of Russell Howard's Good News, Russell talks about Emma Raducanu's amazing win at the US Open, and how she managed to turn an American crowd British. . .
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M25 protests: On the frontline with Insulate Britain as police finally take swift action
Climate protesters have blocked a junction in Leatherhead on the M25 on Friday morning for the third time in one week.
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Covid-19 UK will be plunged into ‘another FULL lockdown’ if vaccine-busting variant arrives
Coronavirus latest: BRITAIN will be plunged back into "another full lockdown" if a vaccine-busting variant arrives from abroad, a Cabinet minister warned today.
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Border crisis explodes as 9,000 migrants crowd under Del Rio bridge, Texas
A SPRAWLING camp of at least 9,000 mainly Haitian migrants has sprung up over a matter of days under a border bridge in Texas amid an unprecedented surge of attempted crossings from Mexico to the US.
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Boris Johnson chairs first meeting of top team in Downing Street since the cabinet reshuffle
BORIS Johnson's new Cabinet met in Downing Street today for the first time since the brutal reshuffle saw four of them axed.
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Prince Philip's Will to Remain Secret for 90 Years
'Prince Philip's Will to Remain Secret for 90 Years' Prince Philip's will is to remain under seal for 90 years after a court ruled in favour of the Royal Family.
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COVID-19: Wales makes vaccine passports mandatory for nightclubs & large events
Wales will make NHS Covid passes mandatory for 'high-risk' venues from next month.
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US Open Champion Emma Raducanu Reveals Her Prize Money Plans & Tennis Court Obstacle | GMB
US Open champion Emma Raducanu is the first British woman to win a Grand Slam singles titles since 1977.
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Aukus pact: Reaction from France and China
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has admitted at a defence fair in London that if he were French he would be disappointed over the Australian decision to axe diesel electric-submarines with a French
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Boris Johnson gives reshuffled Cabinet 'half-time pep talk'
Boris Johnson has given his overhauled Cabinet a "half-time pep talk", and called on them to work together in delivering key manifesto pledges.
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Driving Ms Margolyes: Miriam Margolyes' road trip through Europe in lockdown
At the height of Europe’s spring Covid wave in 2021, the filmmaker Lucy Darwin offered to drive the actor and national treasure Miriam Margolyes from her home in Italy to London so that she could
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Prince William Earthshot Prize could go to 14-year-old girl who invented solar-powered ironing cart
A 14-year-old schoolgirl is in the running to win a £1 million prize from Prince William, after inventing a solar-powered iron cart to drastically cut pollution.
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Nick Ferrari takes on 'anarchist' Insulate Britain member | LBC
'This is a bunch of anarchists verging on criminality, isn't it?': Nick Ferrari's takes on Insulate Britain member.
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Irregular migrants: Afghan man lost in UK's asylum system
Sky News has analysed figures on irregular migrants and found those who overstay their visas make up the highest proportion, many more than people arriving on boats.
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Prince William Pens Intro to Earthshot Book
'Prince William Pens Intro to Earthshot Book' Prince William has flexed his writing muscles in the introduction to a new book to coincide with the Earthshot Prize 2021.
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M25 traffic stopped as eco-warriors block motorway for third time in week as motorists rage
ECO-WARRIORS have blocked the M25 for the third time this week.
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Raducanu talks about life after her US Open win
Emma Raducanu has told Sky News that 'fame won't distract her from achieving her potential', as she reflected on life after returning back home to Bromley in Kent.
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Emma Raducanu 'really proud' rewatching US Open victory
Britain's newest sporting idol, US Open winner Emma Raducanu, reflects on rewatching her US Open victory.
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Sky News Breakfast: Major changes to international travel expected
On Sky News Breakfast on Friday September 17: - Stopping violence against women should be as much of a priority as countering terrorism, says a report commissioned by the Home Secretary.
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Nigel Farage: I will not obey any more lockdowns
The government's Covid policies are appalling and increasingly communist.
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'If they can ban a president, why not a rapper?' | Journalist talks Niki Minaj anti-vax tweet
"If they can get rid of the President of the US, why can't they get rid of this rap singer and her dangerous trash talk?" Journalist Jon Gaunt weighs into the spat that saw Chris Whity and Boris
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ANTI-CHINA POISON in the media from the West. But why do the West hate China so much?
"ANTI-CHINA POISON in the media from the West. But why do the West hate China so much? Political commentator Daniel Dumbrill evaluates.
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Is Calling Female Colleagues "Love" or "Honey" Demeaning? Pet Names At Work Sparks Debate | GMB
Calling female colleagues "love" or "honey" is demeaning and not the same as calling men "mate", a tribunal has ruled.
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Domestic Abuse Survivor Responds to 'Inconsistencies' In Dealing With Violence Against Women | GMB
Preventing violence against women and girls should be considered as much of a priority as counter-terrorism, a report has said.
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Coughing Biden slammed for ‘hacking & gagging’ in tax speech as Psaki dodges questions on his health
PRESIDENT Joe Biden was slammed on Thursday for "hacking and gagging" in his tax speech as White House press secretary Jen Psaki dodged questions over his health.
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Violence against women needs 'prioritising'
A report from the police watchdog has said that preventing violence against women and girls should be given the same priority as counter terrorism.
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Hackathon21 | Defence Security Equipment International | British Army
Our own soldiers and leading industry data wizards from Adarga will be brainstorming the digital military solutions of the future at #Hackathon21, livestreaming at DSEI.
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Police warning ahead of largest Orange march since Covid lockdown
Thousands of marchers will take part in Orange Lodge processions through Glasgow on Saturday in the largest gathering of Order members since the coronavirus pandemic.
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On This Day: Prince Philip's Carriage Mishap, 1983
'On This Day: Prince Philip's Carriage Mishap, 1983' On 17 September, 1983, Prince Philip's carriage race came to an abrupt stop in the middle of a river.
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St Andrews ousts Cambridge and Oxford in Times university rankings
The University of St Andrews has been ranked the top university in the United Kingdom for the first time.
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