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Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: 'Wicked' father and partner guilty of killing six-year-old son | ITV News
Warning: This video contains distressing images Arthur's father Thomas Hughes and partner Emma Tustin forced the six-year-old to endure "systematic, cruel behaviour" of "physical and psychological"
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United Nations headquarters in lockdown as man holds shotgun to chin before surrendering
THE United Nations headquarters was placed on lockdown after a man armed with a shotgun was pacing outside the facility sparking a massive police response.
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US warns of ‘severe costs” if Russia invades Ukraine
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken today warned Russia of the "severe costs" if it attempted to invade neighbouring Ukraine.
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Press Preview: A look inside Friday's newspapers
We take a look inside Friday's newspapers with The Article Columnist, Ali Miraj and the Political Journalist at the Financial Times, Jasmine Cameron-Chileshe.
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Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Father and stepmother guilty of killing six-year-old
Six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes died of an “unsurvivable brain injury”.
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Storm Arwen: Farmer battles to rescue sheep buried in snow
THE army will be sent in to help recovery efforts in the wake of Storm Arwen.
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Covid: Mixed messages from government over Christmas socialising amid Omicron spread | ITV News
Amid the spread of the Omicron variant, there have been mixed messages from government ministers and their advisers on what precautions everyone should be taking against coronavirus.
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Drone flies through eye of La Palma's raging volcano in stunning footage
INCREDIBLE footage is captured by a drone flying through the eye of La Palma's raging volcano, Cumbre Vieja.
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Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: 999 call made by stepmother lies about fatal collapse
Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► bit.ly/3idrdLH A father and step-mother who subjected his six-year-old son to months of abuse, starvation and poisoning have been convicted of
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Meghan wins ruling in Mail on Sunday privacy fight | ITV News
The publisher of the Mail on Sunday has said it is considering an appeal to the Supreme Court after it lost the latest stage of a privacy battle with the Duchess of Sussex over a letter to her
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Meghan Markle beats Mail on Sunday publisher in court battle
The Duchess of Sussex said a "precedent" had been set after the publisher of The Mail on Sunday was denied its request for a trial over claims it breached her copyright and privacy.
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Covid: Unvaccinated banned from pubs and non-essential shops in Germany
In South Africa, cases of the new omicron variant of Covid-19 are continuing to surge, as the world waits to see how seriously it should take this new development.
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Biden launches winter plan to combat Covid-19 amid surge in Omicron cases
Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► bit.ly/3idrdLH US President Joe Biden announced his winter plan on Thursday to combat the coronavirus and its Omicron variant.
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Couple found guilty of killing six-year-old boy
A "wicked" stepmother and a "pitiless" father have been convicted of abusing and killing his six-year-old son.
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Angela Merkel backs compulsory Covid jabs as Germany agrees de facto lockdown for unvaccinated
Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► bit.ly/3idrdLH Angela Merkel has backed compulsory vaccinations as leaders agreed to bring in a de facto lockdown for the unvaccinated.
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Boris Johnson urges 'get jabbed to save Christmas' as PM has COVID booster
BORIS Johnson received his booster jab today - as he urges others to get theirs to save Christmas.
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Mass row breaks out with commuters on a train over face masks and seats
A MASK row broke out between commuters on a train after one passenger refused to let others sit on a seat next to her.
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Omicron variant: Your questions answered
The UK has confirmed 10 new Omicron cases - taking the total to 42.
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Alec Baldwin tears up during first interview since fatal set shooting | ITV News
Alec Baldwin has broken down in tears in his first interview since the accidental fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust, saying "she was someone who was loved by everyone".
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COVID-19: Warrington hospital struggles with waiting times as NHS winter pressure grows
Sky News has been given exclusive access to Warrington Hospital, as staff continue to struggle against the effects of the COVID pandemic.
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Meghan wins privacy legal battle with Mail on Sunday publisher
The Duchess of Sussex has won the latest round of her legal battle with the Mail on Sunday for breaching her privacy.
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Prince Charles opens new Royal College of Music campus
The Prince of Wales has officially opened the Royal College of Music's new campus in Kensington, London.
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Father and girlfriend found guilty over Arthur's death
A father and his partner have been found guilty of the killing of his six-year-old son.
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What's the future of our food?
Daze Aghaji and David Wallace-Wells discuss the impact farming and soil degradation has on the food supply chain.
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Germany to enforce unvaccinated LOCKDOWN & mandatory vaccines as Covid-19 fourth wave rages
GERMANY is set to ban people who are not fully jabbed from shops, pubs and restaurants in what has been dubbed as a "lockdown for the unvaccinated".
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Yann Martel's Life of Pi hits the West End after two-year wait | ITV News
When Canadian author Yann Martel wrote Life of Pi 20 years ago, he thought it might become a cult success at best.
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Meghan Markle vs. The Mail: Court Quashes Appeal Case
'Meghan vs. The Mail: Court Quashes Appeal Case' The UK Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling in favour of Meghan Markle against the Mail On Sunday.
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Farmers to be paid to improve field soil
On the Daily Climate Show, farmers in England are to be paid to improve the quality of field soil in an effort to improve biodiversity. Plus, today’s debate with Daze Aghaji and David Wallace-Wells.
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Are we taking air pollution seriously?
Author David Wallace-Wells and climate justice activist Daze Aghaji discuss whether air pollution is being taken seriously enough by nations around the world.
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