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Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan wished the reporter a happy birthday, as he celebrated his big day. But the celebrations were short lived, when Ross got a not so good surprise. Ross was talking to the Good Morning Britain hosts about the upcoming Oscars 2017 when suddenly he was approached. He then brought up his friend and today’s guest Vinnie Jones, before making a little dig. Good Morning Britain: Ross King was pied live on air while presenting [ITV] He said: “Talking of ...
Coventry Telegraph
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The storm will bring strong winds and heavy rain to parts of north Wales, the Midlands, and east and north-west England when it arrives on Thursday.
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Britain's leadership will basically mean we will be saving lives, bringing vital assistance to people in desperate need but also putting the call out to the international community to get them to step up, to galvanise their support so that we can have a strong international response to what quite frankly could be a devastating humanitarian crisis.
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Let down by NFC and QR, and faced with connectivity problems in more rural areas, New Delhi company Shuttl turned to Britain's Chirp for help
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MIGRAINES affect around one in five men and one in fifteen men in Britain and experts have estimated more than 190,000 migraine attacks happen every day.
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Do you think it keeps people a bit happier? Yes, yes. The Dutch used to have one of the highest imprisonment rates in Western Europe behind Britain, but jail was expensive and wasn't stopping re-offending, so they looked for alternative punishments. Karen is the governor here. She tells me prisoner numbers have plunged.
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Save our goalie - hundreds of fans have signed a petition calling for Wayne Shaw to be reinstated by Sutton United after he was given the boot for eating a pie during an FA Cup game. And Vinnie Jones knows all about getting into trouble on the football pitch, as Paul Gascoigne can testify. We'll be asking the former hardman of football what he makes Live from ITV Studios in London, this is Good Morning Britain with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.
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Was Britain complicit in that torture and arrest? Secondly, Guantanamo bay, people were held without trial. That was the objection. That is why there was the campaign to release people. Valid points.
Daily Express - Health
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MIGRAINES affect around one in five men and one in fifteen men in Britain and experts have estimated more than 190,000 migraine attacks happen every day.
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But a gun is a gun. If a lot more people are carrying guns in Britain, why is the gun death rate remaining low? I am not painting a huge problem. When we talk about the gun crime problem, if you compare it with Baltimore, they probably get more shootings in a weekend. More people are murdered with guns every day in America than in an entire year here.
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The Iran Project
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Iranian officials have already made it clear that the country’s military program, including the routine exercises and test of new missiles, will not be hampered by anything, including the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), a nuclear agreement between Iran and the Group 5+1 (Russia, China, the US, Britain, France and Germany), which took effect in January 2016.
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I think a few mates and a few of the fans (did)," Shaw told the newspaper. "I thought I would give them a bit of banter and let's do it. All the subs were on and we were 2-0 down. It was just a bit of banter for them. It is something to make the occasion as well and you can look back and say it was part of it and we got our ticket money back." However, The Gambling Commission, which licenses and regulates gambling in Britain, says it is looking into whether there was any "irregularity in the betting market and establishing whether the operator has met its licence requirement to conduct its business with integrity". "Integrity in sport is not a joke and we have opened an investigation to establish exactly what happened," said enforcement and intelligence director Richard Watson. The bookmaker in question – who sponsored the Sutton shirts for the matchtweeted it had paid out a "five-figure sum" to one punter who had bet on Shaw to eat the pie.
Daily Express
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Western Daily Press
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Storm Doris is back with vengeance and will be hitting the UK on Thursday. Britain is expected to be pounded by up to 80mph winds, snow and flash flooding towards the end of the week. Some have dubbed Thursday as 'Doris Day' after the Met Office issued an amber weather warning with alerts for potential damage to buildings, power cuts, travel chaos and even injuries caused by flying debris. Somerset has had its fair share of storms in the past - as our video above shows - though this time we...
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Do you think it keeps people happier? Yes. The Dutch used to have one of the highest imprisonment rates in Europe behind Britain but jail was expensive and wasn't stopping re-offending, so they looked for alternative punishments. Karen is the governor here.
Sky News
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The Times headline quotes Brexit secretary David Davis saying jobs in Britain will need to remain open to EU migrants. The i says less than half of low-to-middle income families are on the property ladder.