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Selma Blair Discloses Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis In Instagram Post

Selma Blair has disclosed that she is living with multiple sclerosis.

'X Factor' Live Show Hit By Technical Blunder As Danny Tetley Is Given Wrong Intro

‘X Factor’ hopeful Danny Tetley was forced to restart his performance on Saturday night, following a technical blunder.

When Do You Think About Having Kids – And Are You Leaving It Too Late?

When Do You Think About Having Kids – And Are You Leaving It Too Late?

'Strictly Come Dancing': Alfonso Ribeiro Is a Guest Judge, But What Qualifies The 'Fresh Prince' Star For The Role?

Everyone remembers Alfonso Riberio as Carlton Banks, the awkward rich cousin from ‘The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air’, but now he’s taking on a completely different role as a guest judge on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.

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Daughter Of Elderly Woman Racially Abused On A Ryanair Flight Says Her Mother Is A Member Of The Windrush Generation

An elderly black woman who was racially abused by a fellow passenger on a Ryanair flight is a Windrush generation migrant who was returning from a holiday to mark the anniversary of her husband’s death, her daughter has told HuffPost UK.

Royal Tour: Meghan Advised To Rest Amid Busy Australasia Trip

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex has cut back on parts of her schedule during the two-week royal tour around Australasia, Kensington Palace said.

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'Strictly Come Dancing': Danny John-Jules And Amy Dowden's Jive Wins Them First 10 Of The Series

‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star Danny John-Jules has become the first of this year’s contestants to get a 10 from the judges.

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60 Years Ago Stella Isaacs Became The First Woman In The House Of Lords – So Who Was She?

It’s been a century since women were first given the vote in the UK and almost as long since the first female MP took her seat in the House of Commons.

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Manchester EDL March Dwarfed By Anti-Racism Protesters As Brother Of Arena Attack Victim Speaks Out

A rally held by far-right group English Defence League was dwarfed by Stand Up To Racism campaigners holding a counter-demonstration in Manchester.

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People's Vote Bus Poster Criticised For 'Shameful' Joke About Suicide

A bus transporting demonstrators to the People’s Vote march has been condemned for displaying an “appallingly shameful” joke about suicide.

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People's Vote March: 700,000 People Take To London's Streets In UK's Biggest Ever Anti-Brexit Protest

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Nearly 700,000 demonstrators descended on central London to demand a second EU referendum - making it the UK’s biggest ever protest against Brexit.

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Steve Bannon Will Still Attend BBC-Hosted Debate Despite Backlash, Organisers Say

Former Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon is still invited to attend a BBC-hosted conference, despite a backlash over his inclusion.

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‘We Still Don’t Have A Place’: Three Generations From A Windrush Family On Their Experiences Of Life In Britain

During the 1970s and 80s in London, Jennifer Pringle was called the n-word and told to “go back on the jam jar” – a racist reference to the golliwog dolls that appeared on Roberton’s jam.

Britain Urged To Halt Saudi Arms Sales After Killing Of Journalist

Theresa May is under mounting pressure to suspend arms sales to Saudi Arabia after the Gulf kingdom admitted that dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed at its Istanbul consulate.

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A People’s Vote Must Transform The Way Things Are – Not Defend The Status Quo

Today over 100,000 people are expected to march through London’s streets in the biggest collective call for democracy for a generation.

‘I’m A Celebrity’: ‘The Chase’ Star Anne Hegerty Is Latest Star Rumoured For The Jungle

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With the new series of ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ just weeks away, rumours of who will be heading to the Australian jungle are heating up.

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The UK And US Are About To Work More Closely To Combat Cyber Threats

Britain and the US will sign an accord to ensure the two nations dominate and out manoeuvre adversaries in the cyber battlefield, the Defence Secretary will announce.

‘Strictly Come Dancing’ Judge Craig Revel Horwood Blasts Tess Daly's ‘Dull Questions’ And Labels Bruno Tonioli An 'Attention Seeker’

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Craig Revel Horwood has never been one to mince his words, but the ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ judge’s barbed comments are usually aimed at the contestants on the show - not his colleagues.

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How Possible Changes To The Gender Recognition Act Prompted A Toxic Debate

It’s been a vitriolic few months since the government launched a consultation around potential changes to the Gender Recognition Act. A fierce, and at times unpleasant, debate has raged both on and offline involving transgender campaigners…

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Men Charged With Murder After Street Brawl Death In London

Two men have been charged with murder after a 46-year-old father died following a mass brawl near his flat.

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Anonymous Pro-Brexit Facebook Ad Campaign Urges 11 Million Users To 'Chuck Chequers'

An anonymous pro-Brexit Facebook ad campaign calling on users to lobby their MP to “chuck Chequers” has reached almost 11 million people in less than a year, it has emerged.

1 In 5 Over-70s Eat Most Meals Alone – Here's How You Can Help

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‘Next Steps’ – a regular feature from our HumanKind project – focuses on how the public can take action to make a difference in society.

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Missing Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Is Dead, Saudi Arabian State Television Claims

The missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Saudi Arabia admitted in a dead-of-night statement from a prosecutor on Friday night.

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I Left Parliament Over Bullying – MPs Must Not Bury The Truth

I worked for the House of Commons for 12 years, and have contributed to the Cox Inquiry and the BBC Newsnight reports about harassment and bullying in Parliament.

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Ex-Commons Staffer Claims Speaker John Bercow Called Her A 'Little Girl'

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A former Commons staffer has revealed how the Speaker of the House of Commons called her a “little girl” because he was unable to find an envelope he was looking for.

Police Force Pleads Guilty To Health And Safety Breaches After Restraint Death

Devon and Cornwall Police have pleaded guilty to health and safety breaches in relation to a belt used on a man before he collapsed in custody, in what is believed to be a landmark case.

People's Vote March: More Than 100,000 People Expected To Attend Protest

More than 100,000 people are expected to descend on central London to march in support of a second referendum on leaving the EU.

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M40 Caravan Crash: Father Pays Tribute To ‘Caring’ Former Soldier Killed In Collision

The father of a former soldier who died in a crash with a caravan says his family are “struggling to come to terms with his death”.

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Eight Ways To Instantly Become Your Most Professional Self At Work

From always saying yes to business travel opportunities to being honest about your workload, here are eight great ways to become a better professional – right here, right now.

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As I Was Grieving My Stillborn Daughter, Facebook Was Targeting Me With Baby Adverts

My daughter, Clara, was stillborn in June this year. No words can do justice to the pain, shock and helplessness that I felt when this happened. My husband and I were lucky enough to receive excellent care and support, but the way you…

Russell Bishop Trial: One-In-A-Billion DNA Match ‘Proves Sex Predator Murdered Schoolgirls In 1986’, Jury Told

A one-in-a-billion DNA match and other “overwhelmingly compelling” evidence shows convicted sex predator Russell Bishop murdered two nine-year-old girls 32 years ago, a jury was told.

Jamal Khashoggi's Disappearance Could Be A Watershed Moment In US-Saudi Relations - If Donald Trump Has The Will

While reports today focused on a grisly search for the remains of Jamal Khashoggi in a Turkish forest, one story slipped by relatively unnoticed.