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The first time we laid eyes on JLS - when they auditioned for The X Factor all the way back in 2008. Copyright [Rex]

JLS split, we remember their best moments in photos

JLS have split - here are their best moments in photos.

  • Emmerdale's Harriet makes sad exit plan next week
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    Emmerdale's Harriet makes sad exit plan next week

    Can Cain Dingle change her mind?

  • Sean Hughes dead: Never Mind the Buzzcocks share moving tribute to late Irish comedian
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    The Independent

    Sean Hughes dead: Never Mind the Buzzcocks share moving tribute to late Irish comedian

    Never Mind The Buzzcocks have shared a touching tribute to former team captain Sean Hughes who passed away yesterday (16 October) at the age of 51. Tributes to the Irish stand-up poured in from across the world of comedy with the music quiz show publishing a compilation of some of Hughes' funniest moments. Hughes, born in London and raised in Dublin, first performed at the Comedy Store in 1987.

  • Game of Thrones star Lena Headey claims Harvey Weinstein was 'furious' after she rejected his advances
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    Game of Thrones star Lena Headey claims Harvey Weinstein was 'furious' after she rejected his advances

    Game of Thrones star Lena Headey has claimed Harvey Weinstein angrily marched her out of a hotel after she rejected his advances. The British actress posted a series of tweets in which she detailed meetings between the two where the Hollywood mogul allegedly made "suggestive" comments towards her and became enraged after she rejected his advances. It comes as Weinstein has resigned from the board of The Weinstein Company - the film studio he co-founded in 2005.

  • ‘She completely changed my life’: Daisy Lowe praises new best friend Louise Redknapp for renewing her confidence
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    Evening Standard

    ‘She completely changed my life’: Daisy Lowe praises new best friend Louise Redknapp for renewing her confidence

    Daisy Lowe has said that new “best friend” Louise Redknapp has “completely changed” her life and given her the confidence to pursue her goals. The British model gushed about her new friend in her Femme podcast, crediting her with helping her turn her life around after they appeared together on last year’s Strictly Come Dancing. “I don’t use best friend often especially with someone I’ve only known for a year but Louise Redknapp completely changed my life and the two of us became these kind of wonderful confidence boosters for one another,” Lowe said.

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    Sainsbury's plans to cut 2,000 UK jobs in payroll and HR

    Sainsbury's has unveiled plans to cut up to 2,000 UK jobs as part of its programme to save hundreds of millions of pounds in costs. The UK's second-largest supermarket chain said it was consulting on a series of measures that would mainly affect human resources and payroll staff - freeing up cash for the continuing price war with rivals. It said 600 further roles were under threat from a restructuring that would consolidate HR and other support roles across its grocery chain, Argos and Sainsbury's Bank.

  • Pound coin chaos as parking machines and shops fail to meet Royal Mint deadline 
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    The Telegraph

    Pound coin chaos as parking machines and shops fail to meet Royal Mint deadline 

    Pound coin chaos as parking machines and shops fail to meet Royal Mint deadline 

  • British MEPs who voted to delay trade talks 'facing witch-hunt'
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    The Guardian

    British MEPs who voted to delay trade talks 'facing witch-hunt'

    Guy Verhofstadt was said to be astonished by the demands in the Brexit secretary’s letter to Labour and Lib Dem leaders. Guy Verhofstadt, the European parliament’s Brexit coordinator, has condemned David Davis for running a “witch-hunt” against British MEPs who recently voted in favour of delaying trade talks because of insufficient progress in the negotiations. Davis, the UK’s Brexit secretary, has called – with the support of Theresa May – for 18 Labour MEPs and one Liberal Democrat who supported a recent European parliament resolution critical of the British government to be sacked for acting contrary to the national interest.

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    BBC axes Crimewatch after 33-year run

    After 33 years of reconstructions and police appeals, the BBC has announced that Crimewatch is being axed. The long-running show was only relaunched last September with Jeremy Vine at the helm, but it has struggled to attract primetime viewers. It will live on through its daytime spin-off Crimewatch Roadshow, with the BBC planning to produce two series per year.

  • Catalonia crisis delays Liga TV rights talks - Tebas
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    Reuters

    Catalonia crisis delays Liga TV rights talks - Tebas

    The political upheaval from Catalonia's proposed split from Spain has held up negotiations to renew the Spanish soccer league's international television rights deals, La Liga president Javier Tebas said on Tuesday. "When you are selling something you need to know it's the right moment and we decided now is not the moment to sell our television rights," Tebas told reporters at the World Football Summit in Madrid on Tuesday.

  • UK inflation hits five-year high of 3% as food prices rise
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    UK inflation hits five-year high of 3% as food prices rise

    Inflation rose to 3% in September, its highest level in more than five years, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said. The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) measure of inflation rose from 2.9% in August thanks partly to higher food prices - adding to the squeeze on households as pay growth lags behind. It is the first time CPI inflation has reached 3% since April 2012.

  • Emmerdale spoiler: Frank gives Vanessa some advice
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    Emmerdale spoiler: Frank gives Vanessa some advice

    Here's what's coming up in Emmerdale this week:

  • Portugal and Spain wildfires: Newborn among dozens dead in hundreds of blazes
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    Portugal and Spain wildfires: Newborn among dozens dead in hundreds of blazes

    A one-month-old baby is among at least 36 people confirmed dead in Portugal, along with three others in Spain, after parts of both countries were ravaged by hundreds of wildfires. The newborn had been missing after a wildfire near Tabua, around 120 miles (200km) north of the Portuguese capital, Lisbon. At least 36 people have been killed in Portugal, where flames have been fanned by strong winds from Storm Ophelia in the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Netflix adds 5 mn subscribers, doubles profit
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    AFP

    Netflix adds 5 mn subscribers, doubles profit

    Shares in Netflix rallied after a better-than-expected quarterly update from the streaming television giant, which now has 104 million paid subscribers worldwide

  • #MeToo named the victims. Now, let's list the perpetrators | Jessica Valenti
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    The Guardian

    #MeToo named the victims. Now, let's list the perpetrators | Jessica Valenti

    ‘Why have a list of victims when a list of perpetrators could be so much more useful?’ Photograph: Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images

  • North Korea's 'princess' now one of the secretive state's top policy makers
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    Reuters

    North Korea's 'princess' now one of the secretive state's top policy makers

    The promotion of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's 28-year-old sister to the country's top decision-making body is a sign he is strengthening his position by drawing his most important people closer to the centre of power, experts and officials say. Kim Yo Jong was named as an alternate member of the politburo within the ruling Workers' Party of Korea - the opaque, all-powerful party organ where top state affairs are decided, the North's official media said on Sunday. It makes her only the second woman in patriarchal North Korea to join the exclusive club after Kim Kyong Hui, who held powerful roles when her brother Kim Jong Il ruled the country.

  • Two-thirds of Afghan girls missing out on school: HRW
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    AFP

    Two-thirds of Afghan girls missing out on school: HRW

    Two-thirds of Afghan girls do not attend school due to growing insecurity and poverty, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday, underlining the challenges of educating women in the patriarchal country 16 years after the Taliban were ousted.

  • 'No deal' Brexit will cost millions of families £500 a year, report claims
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    'No deal' Brexit will cost millions of families £500 a year, report claims

    More than three million families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year if Brexit happens without the UK reaching a deal with the EU, a study claims. The poorest households would feel the biggest impact as they spend a greater proportion of their income on items such as food and essential clothing that would be affected by trade tariffs. This is according to a joint report by the Resolution Foundation and the UK Trade Policy Observatory, which examines the fallout of a "no deal" Brexit in which the UK imposes the same tariffs on the EU as it does for other World Trade Organisation countries.

  • Concern grows over Moira's struggles
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    Digital Spy

    Concern grows over Moira's struggles

    Will Cain be able to help?

  • Jai and Megan's daughter suffers a health scare
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    Digital Spy

    Jai and Megan's daughter suffers a health scare

    Will Eliza be okay?

  • Why you need to get into the tech sector (and how to do it)
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    The Guardian

    Why you need to get into the tech sector (and how to do it)

    “We are employing in just about every segment across our business – everything from marketers to product developers, as well as technical roles,” says Alan Laing, managing director UK and Ireland at Sage, a British software company that employs about 13,000 people worldwide.

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    Business Insider UK

    Thousands more Rohingya Muslims cross border into Bangladesh

    COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (AP) — Thousands more Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar and crossed into Bangladesh where more than half a million others are already living in squalid and overcrowded camps to escape large-scale violence.

  • Nicola is shocked as she delves into Phelan's past
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    Digital Spy

    Nicola is shocked as she delves into Phelan's past

    How much will she discover?

  • Letter To The Other
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    HuffPost UK

    Letter To The Other

    Dear Other I have always wanted a world that is devoid of injustice and exclusion. It's an aspiration that I share with many of my friends and I'm often frustrated that we have collectively failed to bring this about. However, what frustrates me most is not our collective failure, but my own inability to live up to my aspirations.The day we met, I had the opportunity to reach out and make a connection but I initially faltered. I found myself intimidated and began to make the usual stereotypical assumptions based on your appearance before we had even spoken. ...

  • Debbie and Chrissie's battle takes an unexpected twist
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    Digital Spy

    Debbie and Chrissie's battle takes an unexpected twist

    Who'll get the house?

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