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NYPD hunts for gunman who shot dead a man and injured a woman in broad daylight in Brooklyn 5 Jul 6:25pm Updated NYPD hunts for gunman who shot dead a man and injured a woman in broad daylight in Brooklyn
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Deondraye Moore, 20, was shot in the head on Thursday evening in Brooklyn and Shaquana Fields, 36, was shot in the chest and arm. Moore died in the attack, and NYPD are asking for information.
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NHS chief warns the social care system must be fixed within a year amid the coronavirus crisis 5 Jul 6:18pm NHS chief warns the social care system must be fixed within a year amid the coronavirus crisis
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Sir Simon Stevens (pictured) said the pandemic should be used to 'properly resource and reform' social care - demanding politicians fix the care system within a year.
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Young man, 25, plunges to his death from a high-rise balcony in the heart of Sydney 5 Jul 5:50pm Updated Young man, 25, plunges to his death from a high-rise balcony in the heart of Sydney
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Police and emergency services were called to Liverpool Street in Sydney after reports a man had fallen off a balcony at around 6.15 on Sunday evening.
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Race faker Rachel Dolezal feels vindicated Black Lives Matter supporters energized push for justice 5 Jul 5:28pm Updated Race faker Rachel Dolezal feels vindicated Black Lives Matter supporters energized push for justice
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Rachel Dolezal who lives in Washington State has said she feels 'vindicated' by Black Lives Matter after she was ridiculed five years ago saying she was black despite both parents being white.
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The amazing story of a conscientious objector honoured for his bravery in Second World War 5 Jul 5:11pm Updated The amazing story of a conscientious objector honoured for his bravery in Second World War
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A variety of remarkable documents, including a diary, belonging to a British conscientious objector honoured by the French during the Second World War has been discovered.
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Dashcam footage captures moment state trooper narrowly avoids being struck by lightning 5 Jul 5:03pm Dashcam footage captures moment state trooper narrowly avoids being struck by lightning
Daily Mail
Oklahoma Highway Patrol shared the clip, main, after the trooper stopped to to help a motorist on the Turner Turnpike during a storm Thursday. He is not thought to have been injured.
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Aston Martin rolls out a £3.3million replica of the James Bond DB5 from the 1964 film Goldfinger 5 Jul 5:00pm Aston Martin rolls out a £3.3million replica of the James Bond DB5 from the 1964 film Goldfinger
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A faithful replica of the Aston Martin DB5 made famous by Sean Connery in 1964's Goldfinger is rolling off the production line, complete with an array of working gadgets.
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Black bear named Bruno travels 400 miles in search of mate, becoming an unlikely social media star  5 Jul 4:24pm Updated Black bear named Bruno travels 400 miles in search of mate, becoming an unlikely social media star 
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Bruno the black bear reportedly began his summer odyssey in Wisconsin in June and has since walked down through Iowa and Illinois before arriving in Missouri last week.
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Anti-racism group call for police to be defunded and racial disparity ended in NHS 5 Jul 4:12pm Updated Anti-racism group call for police to be defunded and racial disparity ended in NHS
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Dozens of protesters gathered at Marble Arch on Sunday afternoon as All Black Lives UK (ABLUK) held a demonstration calling for the abolition of 'racial disparity' within the NHS.
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Trump threatens CNN, claims they made it appeared he said Desert Storm took place in VIETNAM 5 Jul 3:09pm Updated Trump threatens CNN, claims they made it appeared he said Desert Storm took place in VIETNAM
Daily Mail
Donald Trump threatened Saturday night that CNN 'watch what happens' after he accused the network of misrepresenting the 'meaning' of his Independence Day speech.
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Widow transformed 19th century Methodist chapel into £450,000 dream home 5 Jul 2:06pm Updated Widow transformed 19th century Methodist chapel into £450,000 dream home
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Jayne Fowler, 59, decided to buy the £155,000 property in Salisbury, Wiltshire, after walking past an estate agents window while housesitting for a friend two years ago.
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Lewis Hamilton kneels to support Black Lives Matter but Charles Leclerc does NOT ahead of F1 opener 5 Jul 2:06pm Lewis Hamilton kneels to support Black Lives Matter but Charles Leclerc does NOT ahead of F1 opener
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Drivers had been divided over whether to take the knee, in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, in the moments leading up to the opening race of the season in Austria.
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Second Spanish region goes back into lockdown after new Covid outbreak 5 Jul 1:30pm Updated Second Spanish region goes back into lockdown after new Covid outbreak
Daily Mail
Entry into and out of La Marina, which lies north of Lugo in Galicia will be banned from midnight tonight.
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Nigel Farage hits back at Lib Dem leader who reported him to the police 5 Jul 1:06pm Nigel Farage hits back at Lib Dem leader who reported him to the police
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Nigel Farage, 56, denied breaking lockdown after he visited a pub on Super Saturday - less than two weeks after he returned from a trip to the US. He was reported to the police by MP Ed Davey.
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Coronavirus: UK announces deaths for Sunday 5 Jul 1:04pm Updated Coronavirus: UK announces deaths for Sunday
Daily Mail
Today's figure - which includes care home deaths - brings the UK's total death toll to 44,220. Today's total is the second-lowest daily death toll figure reported in the UK since lockdown.
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General Michael Flynn leads friends in reciting oath to Constitution and QAnon slogan on July 4th 5 Jul 1:04pm Updated General Michael Flynn leads friends in reciting oath to Constitution and QAnon slogan on July 4th
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Michael Flynn tweeted a video of himself leading friends in the oath to the Constitution on Saturday night. At the end of the oath he added the QAnon slogan: 'Where we go one, we go all.'
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Police declare a riot twice on July 4 amid protests in Portland 5 Jul 12:37pm Updated Police declare a riot twice on July 4 amid protests in Portland
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Police declared a riot twice in Portland, Oregon within 24 hours after protesters set off fireworks and projectiles into the federal court house and towards cops on Saturday.
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Churches across England throw their doors open for public Sunday services 5 Jul 11:56am Churches across England throw their doors open for public Sunday services
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Westminster Abbey, York Minster and Canterbury Cathedral all welcomed back worshippers this morning. Services took place under social distancing guidelines.
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Thrillseekers flock to Thorpe Park as rollercoasters reopen for first time since lockdown  5 Jul 11:49am Thrillseekers flock to Thorpe Park as rollercoasters reopen for first time since lockdown 
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Thorpe Park welcomed visitors back through its doors for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown this weekend after the government gave the greenlight for theme parks to reopen.
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Married British Hollywood actor is quizzed by police over sexual assault claim 5 Jul 11:29am Updated Married British Hollywood actor is quizzed by police over sexual assault claim
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Officers interviewed the actor under caution following claims he groped the massage therapist's bottom and rubbed his private parts against her during an appointment at his London home.
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Ministers hope Prince Andrew will speak to FBI over his links to Ghislaine Maxwell 5 Jul 11:28am Updated Ministers hope Prince Andrew will speak to FBI over his links to Ghislaine Maxwell
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US prosecutors have lodged a request to interview Andrew, made through the filing of a Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) to the Home Office.
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Firefighters rush to save animals as huge blaze breaks out at Scottish zoo 5 Jul 11:26am Updated Firefighters rush to save animals as huge blaze breaks out at Scottish zoo
Daily Mail
Fire crews were called to Fife Zoo near Ladybank shortly after midday as the roof of a building caught fire.
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Drunk learner driver who killed 15-year-old schoolgirl walks free after less than two years in jail 5 Jul 11:22am Drunk learner driver who killed 15-year-old schoolgirl walks free after less than two years in jail
Daily Mail
Jade Jaye Sward's car flipped and smashed into a power pole after he lost control while driving in Old Beach, north of Hobart, Tasmania in July 2017.
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Black Lives Matter protesters return to St. Louis mansion where lawyer couple drew guns 5 Jul 11:11am Updated Black Lives Matter protesters return to St. Louis mansion where lawyer couple drew guns
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Photos of Mark and Patricia McCloskey standing outside their palatial St. Louis property armed with an AR-15 and a handgun were beamed around the world last Sunday.
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Ghislaine Maxwell before the fall: As she sits in a US cell, photos reveal the her society life 5 Jul 11:07am Updated Ghislaine Maxwell before the fall: As she sits in a US cell, photos reveal the her society life
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From graceful Oxford ingenue to New York party queen, Ghislaine Maxwell lived a life of glamour that is hard to reconcile with the charges now facing her following her arrest this week.
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The book that damns Ghislaine Maxwell... and she was even reading it herself as FBI agents closed in 5 Jul 10:59am Updated The book that damns Ghislaine Maxwell... and she was even reading it herself as FBI agents closed in
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The dramatic arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell last week would have been a proud moment for Bradley Edwards, the US lawyer who has devoted his life to securing justice for women abused by Jeffrey Epstein.
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Couple are among first to wed under new post-lockdown rules 5 Jul 10:57am Updated Couple are among first to wed under new post-lockdown rules
Daily Mail
David D'Arcy, 43, and his wife Hayley Collins, 41, from Old Swan, Liverpool, were finally able to get married at St Anne's Church in Aigburth today after months of uncertainty.
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Boy racers gather for first car meet since lockdown as crowds gather and police look on 5 Jul 10:49am Updated Boy racers gather for first car meet since lockdown as crowds gather and police look on
Daily Mail
Car enthusiasts from across the country took part in the all-day 'cruise' beginning at 10am in Barking before motoring up the M25 to meet at a service station and arriving in Harlow, Essex.
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Thousands of Americans gather for Fourth of July protests across the US 5 Jul 10:42am Updated Thousands of Americans gather for Fourth of July protests across the US
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Protesters in Baltimore hauled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into a harbor in defiance of President Trump hours after he compared them to 'Nazis and terrorists''.
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Arizona woman, 59, falls 100 feet to her death while taking photos at Grand Canyon 5 Jul 10:32am Updated Arizona woman, 59, falls 100 feet to her death while taking photos at Grand Canyon
Daily Mail
A 59-year-old woman fell to her death in the Grand Canyon on Friday - the second person this year to die in the park. On average there are 12 fatalities a year, many of them from heat stroke.
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Man snapped fleeing collapsing World Trade Center on 9/11 in famous photo dies from COVID-19 5 Jul 10:29am Man snapped fleeing collapsing World Trade Center on 9/11 in famous photo dies from COVID-19
Daily Mail
Stephen Cooper, who was photographed in a famous photo of terrified New Yorkers fleeing the falling World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, has died of coronavirus.
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How coronavirus, BLM protests and a liberal mayor are doing what Bin Laden never could  5 Jul 10:28am Updated How coronavirus, BLM protests and a liberal mayor are doing what Bin Laden never could 
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According to figures released by the NYPD, for the first six months of this year, there were 176 murders, an increase of 23 per cent on the 143 killed during the same period last year.
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Ex-government adviser: UK risks further 27,000 coronavirus deaths 5 Jul 10:19am Updated Ex-government adviser: UK risks further 27,000 coronavirus deaths
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Sir David King argued such a number of deaths is 'likely' under the Government's current approach to tackling the deadly outbreak.
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Church holds first-ever drive-in worship 5 Jul 10:05am Updated Church holds first-ever drive-in worship
Daily Mail
Reverend Claire Towns, of St Barnabas Church, led the unique drive-in service, which began at 10am in Swanmore, Hampshire, along with lay minister Sally Beazley, 55.
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New poll: Majority of Scots now in favour of independence 5 Jul 9:59am New poll: Majority of Scots now in favour of independence
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A majority of Scots are in favour of independence, according to a new poll, with support for splitting from the UK now having been ahead for six months - the longest period ever recorded.
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Some state school pupils will study just five or six GCSEs 5 Jul 9:58am Some state school pupils will study just five or six GCSEs
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State schools are set to limit the numbers of GCSEs their pupils study to just five or six as plans continue to be drawn up for the education catchup - but private school pupils will be taught nine or 10.
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Tragedy as woman is killed by her CAT named Minty - as doctors issue a dire warning to pet owners 5 Jul 9:46am Tragedy as woman is killed by her CAT named Minty - as doctors issue a dire warning to pet owners
Daily Mail
The 80-year-old Melbourne woman was scratched by her cat, named Minty, and suffered bacterial meningitis when the animal licked the wounds in May.
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New York reports 918 new coronavirus infections - its highest total since mid-June  5 Jul 9:16am Updated New York reports 918 new coronavirus infections - its highest total since mid-June 
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Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, confirmed on Friday that there had been 918 new infections over the previous 24 hours - the highest number since mid June.
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Tense moment Black Lives Matter hurls a bottle at police as hundreds defy COVID-19 restrictions 5 Jul 9:14am Tense moment Black Lives Matter hurls a bottle at police as hundreds defy COVID-19 restrictions
Daily Mail
A bottle was hurled at police sparking a tense standoff as hundreds of Black Lives Matter protesters refused to leave Hyde Park on Sunday.
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Armed Black Lives Matter activists and right-wing groups unite at gun rights rally 5 Jul 9:12am Updated Armed Black Lives Matter activists and right-wing groups unite at gun rights rally
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At least 200 people, the majority proudly toting rifles, semi-automatic weapons and other firearms, gathered outside Capitol Square in Richmond to protest against gun control.
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White House prepares to tell the nation that COVID-19 will become a part of life 5 Jul 9:03am Updated White House prepares to tell the nation that COVID-19 will become a part of life
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The White House is reportedly planning to offer up that the virus is not going away any time soon and will be continuing well pass the November election.
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Detectives arrest man, 36, and woman, 41, for murder after 55-year-old woman is stabbed to death 5 Jul 8:36am Updated Detectives arrest man, 36, and woman, 41, for murder after 55-year-old woman is stabbed to death
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Police were called to reports of a stabbing in Ravenscroft Place, Sheffield, at 10.30pm last night. The 55-year-old woman was rushed to hospital for treatment but died at 11.30pm.
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Remains of 500 people executed by guillotine may be buried in walls of listed Paris monument 5 Jul 8:18am Remains of 500 people executed by guillotine may be buried in walls of listed Paris monument
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Archeologist Philippe Charlier examined the Chapelle Expiatoire's (pictured) walls and said there was earth mixed with bone fragments.
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Former Nottingham Forest footballer Derrick Otim dies aged just 24 by drowning in US lake  5 Jul 8:13am Updated Former Nottingham Forest footballer Derrick Otim dies aged just 24 by drowning in US lake 
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English-born Derrick Otim drowned in Lake Keowee, South Carolina, according to local reports. Nottingham Forest FC have posted a tribute to the player.
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Quick guide to the latest on the coronavirus crisis in Australia 5 Jul 7:43am Updated Quick guide to the latest on the coronavirus crisis in Australia
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Melbourne is battling a horror second wave after 74 new cases were recorded Sunday forcing Premier Daniel Andrews to shut down nine public housing estates.
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Amber Heard posts carefree snap ahead of face-to-face court battle with Johnny Depp 5 Jul 7:42am Updated Amber Heard posts carefree snap ahead of face-to-face court battle with Johnny Depp
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The actress, 34, looked relaxed and confident as she reclined on a picnic rug holding a book, soaking up the sunshine. Depp, 57, had tried to have her barred from his libel action.
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Johnny Depp fails to have his ex Amber Heard banned from court while he gives evidence 5 Jul 7:24am Updated Johnny Depp fails to have his ex Amber Heard banned from court while he gives evidence
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Johnny Depp's legal team tried to exclude Heard from attending court until she was called by NGN as a witness - meaning she would be prevented from watching her ex-husband give evidence.
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More than 200 revellers ignore police warnings to attend illegal woodland rave 5 Jul 7:10am Updated More than 200 revellers ignore police warnings to attend illegal woodland rave
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Officers cleared the woodland near Eston, Teesside, and scolded revellers for heaping an unnecessary 'burden' onto the NHS. They also asked parents to check the 'whereabouts of children'.
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Employees claim they suffered sexual harassment at Amazon warehouse 5 Jul 6:23am Updated Employees claim they suffered sexual harassment at Amazon warehouse
Daily Mail
The whistleblowers say they were constantly targeted by male colleagues - who would touch them inappropriately and make lewd comments.
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Teen killer jailed for life for the brutal stabbing murder of a 40-year-old man ESCAPES custody 5 Jul 6:14am Teen killer jailed for life for the brutal stabbing murder of a 40-year-old man ESCAPES custody
Daily Mail
Haami Hanara was found guilty of murdering homeless man Kelly Donner in March 2018 and sentenced to jail for life.
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State school pupils will study just five or six GCSEs as teachers cram to make up for lost learning 5 Jul 6:12am Updated State school pupils will study just five or six GCSEs as teachers cram to make up for lost learning
Daily Mail
State schools are set to limit the numbers of GCSEs their pupils study to just five or six as plans continue to be drawn up for the education catchup - but private school pupils will be taught nine or 10.
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WWII diary written in 1943 and found in a Sydney shop is returned to owners 400 kilometres away 5 Jul 6:10am WWII diary written in 1943 and found in a Sydney shop is returned to owners 400 kilometres away
Daily Mail
The 77-year-old diary of Margo Cooper was found at a Woolworths in Gordon, in Sydney's Upper North Shore, and was handed in to police on May 20.
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Fears grow for missing schoolgirls, 14 and 15, who have not been seen for four days 5 Jul 6:00am Fears grow for missing schoolgirls, 14 and 15, who have not been seen for four days
Daily Mail
Thames Valley Police are appealing for information as fears continue to grow for Charlotte Phillips and Mirela Toros from Slough who have not been seen since Wednesday July 1.
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Teenage reveller, 18, dies after falling from a fence while trying to climb into a nightclub  5 Jul 6:00am Teenage reveller, 18, dies after falling from a fence while trying to climb into a nightclub 
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The 18-year-old was found dead behind Birdees nightclub in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley about midday on Sunday.
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Victorians donated $250K in 24 hours to public housing residents locked down in Melbourne towers 5 Jul 5:43am Updated Victorians donated $250K in 24 hours to public housing residents locked down in Melbourne towers
Daily Mail
The 'hard lockdown' has forced residents in the towers across Flemington, Kensington and North Melbourne to stay inside under the eye of armed police on every floor of every block.
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Coronavirus scare in Western Australia as six travellers returning from Dubai test positive 5 Jul 5:35am Updated Coronavirus scare in Western Australia as six travellers returning from Dubai test positive
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Six people who returned to Western Australia on a flight from Dubai have tested positive to coronavirus, with authorities examining their contact with other passengers.
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Victoria records 74 new COVID-19 cases hit Daniel Andrews announces 5 Jul 5:23am Updated Victoria records 74 new COVID-19 cases hit Daniel Andrews announces
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A second wave of COVID-19 is continuing to ravage Victoria, with 74 new cases recorded and 3,000 of the state's most vulnerable people placed in total lockdown.
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Police find cocaine, jewellery and watches hidden in secret Transit van compartments in mass raids 5 Jul 5:14am Police find cocaine, jewellery and watches hidden in secret Transit van compartments in mass raids
Daily Mail
The secret compartments were found as part of one of the Metropolitan Police's largest operations to tackle serious and organised crime.
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First black Miss Universe GB... now Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers becomes a Cabinet Minister in Anguilla 5 Jul 5:02am Updated First black Miss Universe GB... now Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers becomes a Cabinet Minister in Anguilla
Daily Mail
Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers has become a government minister on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. She defeated Victor Banks, 72, in the election, who had held an assembly seat for more than 40 years.
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Nurse who was tackled on remote walking track sprinted for 10 minutes to get signal to call police 5 Jul 4:42am Nurse who was tackled on remote walking track sprinted for 10 minutes to get signal to call police
Daily Mail
Jessica was grabbed by a man on the Yellowtail Loop in Anstey Hill Recreation Park in Adelaide's northeast on Friday morning.
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Catering supplier has to turn down dozens of suspicious orders for nitrous oxide 5 Jul 4:36am Catering supplier has to turn down dozens of suspicious orders for nitrous oxide
Daily Mail
Chris Palmers, whose Manchester-based company Carrick sells nitrous oxide to catering businesses across the UK, has been adding an increasing number of suppliers to his banned list.
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Treasury resists NHS call for £10bn to clear surgery backlog 5 Jul 4:23am Treasury resists NHS call for £10bn to clear surgery backlog
Daily Mail
NHS chiefs say the relationship between the health service and the UK Government is now being strained as the Chancellor's department is reluctant to continue to hire out private hospitals.
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White woman, 54, who carried out multiple racist attacks is arrested for battery 5 Jul 4:21am Updated White woman, 54, who carried out multiple racist attacks is arrested for battery
Daily Mail
Lena Hernandez, 54, was arrested Friday and charged with battery over an October incident where she allegedly pushed a woman to the ground and hit her in Del Amo Mall in Torrance, California.
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After 212 days, my hair was going the full Mary Beard, says ALEXANDRA SHULMAN 5 Jul 4:21am Updated After 212 days, my hair was going the full Mary Beard, says ALEXANDRA SHULMAN
Daily Mail
ALEXANDRA SHULMAN had waited 212 days without a haircut because of lockdown, but was able to score the very first appointment with George Northwood as salons reopened on Saturday.
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Rishi Sunak urged to give EVERY Briton a £500 voucher to be used in shops, hospitality and tourism 5 Jul 4:14am Updated Rishi Sunak urged to give EVERY Briton a £500 voucher to be used in shops, hospitality and tourism
Daily Mail
The vouchers proposed by the think tank 'The Resolution Foundation' would be valid for a year in areas including face-to-face retail, tourism and hospitality to help boost the UK high street.
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UK records 44 new Covid deaths - the lowest Saturday tally since lockdown began 5 Jul 4:11am Updated UK records 44 new Covid deaths - the lowest Saturday tally since lockdown began
Daily Mail
Britain has announced a further 67 new coronavirus deaths today, bringing the UK's total deaths from Covid-19 to 44,198. Today marks the first time Saturday's death toll has dropped below 100.
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Mysterious banker with links to Vietnamese billionaire plans to turn Sydney Sirius Tower into units 5 Jul 4:07am Mysterious banker with links to Vietnamese billionaire plans to turn Sydney Sirius Tower into units
Daily Mail
Little was known about the buyer who snapped up Sirius, the iconic public tower in The Rocks overlooking Sydney Harbour for $150 million a year ago.
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I can tell you exactly why Leicester had to go back into lockdown 5 Jul 3:58am Updated I can tell you exactly why Leicester had to go back into lockdown
Daily Mail
MANZOOR MOGHAL: My only surprise when the Government announced a local lockdown in Leicester last week was that it had taken so long.
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Tradie who almost died after falling 10metres down an old mine shaft while trail biking plans to sue 5 Jul 3:35am Updated Tradie who almost died after falling 10metres down an old mine shaft while trail biking plans to sue
Daily Mail
NSW Central Coast tradie Brad Osborne wont work again after he plummeted 10 metres down the hole while on a trail bike ride with his son in the Sunny Corner State Forest, west of Sydney in May.
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Kiwi woman, 43, returning from Australia is arrested after escaping her hotel quarantine 5 Jul 3:31am Kiwi woman, 43, returning from Australia is arrested after escaping her hotel quarantine
Daily Mail
The 43-year-old woman ran away from the Pullman Hotel in Auckland on foot at about 6.20pm on Saturday night.
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Officer, 31, received a $70,000 severance payment after he shot dead a teenage boy  5 Jul 3:29am Updated Officer, 31, received a $70,000 severance payment after he shot dead a teenage boy 
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Former Officer Clayton Jenison, 31, was given a $70,000 severance payment after he shot dead 17-year-old John Albers when responding to a welfare check in Overland Park, Kansas
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Touching story behind photographs of starving dog named Delilah 5 Jul 3:28am Updated Touching story behind photographs of starving dog named Delilah
Daily Mail
Delilah the Staffordshire bull terrier had to be rescued from a Brisbane property in 2019 after being found so malnourished her ribs, spine and hip bones were exposed.
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Linford Christie asks why the Met stopped two of his athletes driving a car 5 Jul 3:25am Updated Linford Christie asks why the Met stopped two of his athletes driving a car
Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Olympic champion Linford Christie has accused the Metropolitan Police of 'institutional racism' after two of his athletes were stopped driving a car in London and handcuffed.
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One of the first couples to marry after lockdown enjoy their big day 5 Jul 3:23am Updated One of the first couples to marry after lockdown enjoy their big day
Daily Mail
Among the first couples to get married after restrictions were relaxed, Heather and Tom had been due to celebrate their wedding just days after lockdown was imposed.
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Police releases CCTV after shocking video emerges of hammer-wielding Pacific Islander gang members 5 Jul 3:20am Police releases CCTV after shocking video emerges of hammer-wielding Pacific Islander gang members
Daily Mail
NSW Police has released CCTV images of the incident at Mount Druitt train station on June 13 after shocking footage emerged on social media.
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Security guards try to detain man outside a Melbourne Woolworths at Pakenham Centre Marketplace 5 Jul 3:08am Security guards try to detain man outside a Melbourne Woolworths at Pakenham Centre Marketplace
Daily Mail
Shocked bystanders captured the incident outside the supermarket at Pakenham Central Marketplace, south east of Melbourne, on Friday.
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Tory MPs tell Liz Truss to beef up post-Brexit plans to safeguard British farmers from US imports 5 Jul 3:07am Updated Tory MPs tell Liz Truss to beef up post-Brexit plans to safeguard British farmers from US imports
Daily Mail
Tory MPs insisted the new 'trade and agriculture' commission, announced last week by International Trade Secretary Liz Truss (pictured), must have real teeth and not just be a 'talking shop'.
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Jeremy Corbyn tried to get peerages for ex-Speaker John Bercow and his former deputy Tom Watson  5 Jul 3:06am Updated Jeremy Corbyn tried to get peerages for ex-Speaker John Bercow and his former deputy Tom Watson 
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Mr Corbyn had previously put both controversial figures forward for elevation to the Upper House, alongside his key aide Karie Murphy - but all three are understood to have been rejected.
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How are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filling their days in a 12-bathroom Hollywood mansion? 5 Jul 3:04am Updated How are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filling their days in a 12-bathroom Hollywood mansion?
Daily Mail
Trapped in their vast Los Angeles mansion by coronavirus, their new lives on pause, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle issue regular reminders to the British people of their charitable concerns.
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National Trust urges Boris Johnson to spend £5.5billion on open spaces to make Britain greener 5 Jul 2:59am Updated National Trust urges Boris Johnson to spend £5.5billion on open spaces to make Britain greener
Daily Mail
Boris Johnson is being urged to plough £5.5billion into creating a 'green economy' of parks and open spaces to turbo-charge Britain's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Heartbroken widow shares tribute after her husband was killed in shark attack on Fraser Island 5 Jul 2:26am Heartbroken widow shares tribute after her husband was killed in shark attack on Fraser Island
Daily Mail
Matthew Tratt, 36, was attacked by a by a suspected great white shark off Indian Head at about 2pm on Saturday while spear fishing with his brother.
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Wests Tigers Joey Leilua is slammed for cheap shot on Penrith Panthers Dylan Edwards 5 Jul 2:23am Wests Tigers Joey Leilua is slammed for cheap shot on Penrith Panthers Dylan Edwards
Daily Mail
Wests Tigers enforcer Joey Leilua was charged with grade three dangerous contact to the head and neck after a high shot on Penrith Panthers fullback Dylan Edwards on Saturday.
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Lottery winners Steve and Lenka Thomson use some of their £105million jackpot to buy van and car 4 Jul 11:08pm Updated Lottery winners Steve and Lenka Thomson use some of their £105million jackpot to buy van and car
Daily Mail
Steve Thomson, 42, and his wife Lenka, 41, from Selsey, West Sussex, said they didn't want becoming overnight multi-millionaires to change them, and have refused to buy anything 'too flash'.
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Investigation reveals Leicester clothes workers supplying Boohoo are paid as little as £3.50 an hour 4 Jul 9:53pm Updated Investigation reveals Leicester clothes workers supplying Boohoo are paid as little as £3.50 an hour
Daily Mail
An undercover report found that Jaswal Fashions in Leicester was paying workers as little as £3.50 an hour to produce items for some of the UK's biggest fashion brands including Boohoo.
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Man in his 20s is shot dead at point-blank range on London street 4 Jul 9:32pm Updated Man in his 20s is shot dead at point-blank range on London street
Daily Mail
The victim was shot and killed on Roman Way, Islington at 3.20pm according to the Metropolitan Police, The victim, who is in his 20s, died at the scene, pictured.
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New Zealand Mum battling cancer for a second time loses 11-year-old daughter to leukaemia  4 Jul 9:28pm New Zealand Mum battling cancer for a second time loses 11-year-old daughter to leukaemia 
Daily Mail
Frances Thompson, from Southland in New Zealand, was recovering from bowel cancer last year when another tumour was found in her liver.
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Holidays still in chaos as flights face being axed due to continuing confusion over air corridors 4 Jul 8:49pm Holidays still in chaos as flights face being axed due to continuing confusion over air corridors
Daily Mail
Sunseekers who rejoiced yesterday when the Government gave the green light to foreign holidays have been warned that flights could be cancelled because of the continued travel chaos.
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Woman, 32, dies after falling from Formula 1 rollercoaster at Parc Saint-Paul theme park in France 4 Jul 8:22pm Updated Woman, 32, dies after falling from Formula 1 rollercoaster at Parc Saint-Paul theme park in France
Daily Mail
The woman's husband desperately tried to grab her foot after she slipped over the safety bar on the Formula 1 ride in Saint-Paul amusement park, near Beauvais, France, witnesses claim.
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Frockdown! Happy couples tie the knot as weddings are allowed for first time in three months 4 Jul 8:17pm Updated Frockdown! Happy couples tie the knot as weddings are allowed for first time in three months
Daily Mail
The new relaxed rules on social distancing mean some couples are finally able to say 'I do', as weddings are once again permitted in England with safety measures in place and a cap of 30 guests.
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Mathias Cormann to quit politics as finance minister chooses not to recontest next election 4 Jul 7:57pm Updated Mathias Cormann to quit politics as finance minister chooses not to recontest next election
Daily Mail
One of Scott Morrison's most senior ministers, Matthias Cormann, won't recontest the next election and will step down from cabinet at the end of the year.
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GPs face calls to reopen amid concerns they prefer working from home 4 Jul 7:23pm GPs face calls to reopen amid concerns they prefer working from home
Daily Mail
The British Medical Association and the Royal College of GPs appear keen to continue with what they call 'new ways of working', including working from home, after the pandemic.
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Female zookeeper, 55, is killed by Siberian tiger at Swiss zoo 4 Jul 7:15pm Updated Female zookeeper, 55, is killed by Siberian tiger at Swiss zoo
Daily Mail
Zoo Zurich said horrified visitors witnessed the attack on Saturday afternoon in which a 55-year-old zookeeper was killed by the tiger. Witnesses will reportedly receive counseling.
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Police negotiate with a man who threatened an emergency worker with a large power tool 4 Jul 7:02pm Police negotiate with a man who threatened an emergency worker with a large power tool
Daily Mail
Officers were called to the scene shortly before 9.30am today after an emergency worker was threatened by the man in Plymouth. Armed police raced to the scene where the incident continues.
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