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  • Lavinia Woodward: Oxford student spared jail after stabbing boyfriend 'may be able to return to her studies'
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    Lavinia Woodward: Oxford student spared jail after stabbing boyfriend 'may be able to return to her studies'

    An Oxford University student who was spared jail after stabbing her ex-boyfriend may be allowed to return to her studies. Lavinia Woodward, a medical student and aspiring heart surgeon, attacked her ex-boyfriend with a bread knife at her university accommodation at Christ Church College. Now it has emerged the 24-year-old will be allowed to suspend her studies for 18 months at one of the university’s richest colleges, thereby delaying any disciplinary hearing against her.

  • Staunch Remainer Ken Clarke says there is now no way to avert Brexit as he slams 'terrified' political class
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    Evening Standard

    Staunch Remainer Ken Clarke says there is now no way to avert Brexit as he slams 'terrified' political class

    Conservative former chancellor Ken Clarke has said he believes there is now no way to prevent the UK leaving the EU. The staunch Remainer said there was "little doubt" that Brexit would take place and that a second referendum on any deal would be "folly". Mr Clarke told an audience at the Scottish Parliament's Festival of Politics that a "no deal" scenario with the UK crashing out of the EU was "very unlikely".

  • Jamie Oliver: School cake and bake sales send the wrong message
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    Jamie Oliver: School cake and bake sales send the wrong message

    Jamie Oliver: School cake and bake sales send the wrong message

  • Everton vs Arsenal: Premier League prediction, team news, line-ups, start time, live, TV, head to head, odds
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    Evening Standard

    Everton vs Arsenal: Premier League prediction, team news, line-ups, start time, live, TV, head to head, odds

    Ronald Koeman spent big on his squad this summer to raise expectations, but the Toffees sit 16th in the table heading into the weekend's action and without a win in four games - losing a bad-tempered Europa League home clash to Lyon on Thursday. The Everton manager arguably needs a result against Arsenal to avoid being sacked, while Arsene Wenger is also under pressure to deliver at Goodison.

  • Briton jailed for three months in Dubai for touching man's hip
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    Briton jailed for three months in Dubai for touching man's hip

    A Scottish man has been sentenced to three months in jail in Dubai for touching a man’s hip as he carried a drink through a crowded bar. Jamie Harron, 27, was arrested for public indecency at the Rock Bottom bar on 15 July. It was thought the case against Harron might have been dropped after reports that the businessman he touched had withdrawn his complaint.

  • All five living former presidents appear together for hurricane relief concert
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    All five living former presidents appear together for hurricane relief concert

    The five living former presidents all appeared together for the first time since 2013 at a concert on Saturday to raise cash for victims of devastating hurricanes in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Democrats Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter and Republicans George H.W. and George W. Bush gathered in College Station, Texas, in a bid to unite the country in compassion.

  • London T-Charge: Everything you need to know about Sadiq Khan's £10 payment to tackle pollution
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    London T-Charge: Everything you need to know about Sadiq Khan's £10 payment to tackle pollution

    Sadiq Khan’s £10 weekday T-Charge will come into play on Monday in a bid to cut levels of toxic air in central London. The YouGov poll published ahead of the launch showed of 1,053 adults found 74 per cent strongly or tended to support the T-Charge. T-Charge is a £10 emissions surcharge paid in addition to the Congestion Charge for vehicles travelling through central London.

  • Mugabe removed as WHO goodwill ambassador
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    Mugabe removed as WHO goodwill ambassador

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been removed as a WHO goodwill ambassador, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday following an outrage among donors and rights groups at his appointment. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who made the appointment at a high-level meeting on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Uruguay on Wednesday, said in a statement that he had listened to those expressing concerns. “Over the last few days, I have reflected on my appointment of H.E. President Robert Mugabe as WHO Goodwill Ambassador for NCDs in Africa. As a result I have decided to rescind the appointment,” Tedros said in a statement posted on his Twitter account @DrTedros.

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    Deadly tiger shark stalks stranded diver four miles back to shore

    A diver who became separated from his boat has said he is lucky to be alive after swimming miles back to shore while being stalked by a large tiger shark. John Craig was fishing underwater between Denham and Cape Peron in Western Australia when his boat experienced engine problems and was swept away in strong currents. After shouting and splashing in an attempt to alert his crew mate, Mr Craig put his head in the water and saw the 4m (13ft) tiger shark "approaching within arm's reach".

  • Titanic letter recovered from First Class passenger's body sells for world record price 
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    Titanic letter recovered from First Class passenger's body sells for world record price 

    Titanic letter recovered from First Class passenger's body sells for world record price 

  • UK's divorce bill figure will come in final Brexit deal - Liam Fox
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    UK's divorce bill figure will come in final Brexit deal - Liam Fox

    Britain can only come up with a figure for a financial settlement with the European Union when Brexit has been agreed, trade minister Liam Fox said on Sunday, warning leaders not to believe London is bluffing over a no deal. Prime Minister Theresa May won a reprieve last week in the talks to unravel more than 40 years of union, when EU leaders offered a signal that the negotiations could move on to a discussion of future ties in December.

  • Gunman takes staff hostage at Nuneaton bowling alley
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    Gunman takes staff hostage at Nuneaton bowling alley

    A man armed with a shotgun has taken two members of staff hostage at a bowling alley. Mehdi Amshar, chief executive of MFA Bowl, told Sky News it is believed the gunman is an ex-husband or ex-boyfriend of one of the employees who is being held in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Bangs and flashes have been reported at the scene, with Sky's Joe Tidy saying around 15 armed officers have been seen running towards the bowling alley.

  • World Health Organisation rescinds Robert Mugabe ambassador appointment after outcry
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    World Health Organisation rescinds Robert Mugabe ambassador appointment after outcry

    The World Health Organisation has reversed its decision to make Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe a goodwill ambassador. The appointment was described as "laughable" and an "insult" as critics claimed Mr Mugabe's policies and alleged human rights abuses have run Zimbabwe's health system into the ground. WHO director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he had "listened carefully" to the criticism, consulted with the Zimbabwean government and concluded that Mr Mugabe's removal "is in the best interests" of WHO.

  • A Room With A View actress Rosemary Leach dies aged 81
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    A Room With A View actress Rosemary Leach dies aged 81

    The 81-year-old actress forged a long career on stage and screen, once winning an Olivier Award.

  • Abe eyes big win as Japan votes under N. Korea threats
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    Abe eyes big win as Japan votes under N. Korea threats

    Millions of Japanese braved typhoon conditions Sunday for a snap election likely to hand Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a fresh mandate to revive the world's third-largest economy and press his hardline stance on North Korea.

  • Harvey Weinstein's former driver reveals shocking sordid details of disgraced star's personal life
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    Harvey Weinstein's former driver reveals shocking sordid details of disgraced star's personal life

    The movie mogul is said to have 'almost died' at Naomi Campbell's birthday party.

  • Einstein's theory of happy living emerges in Tokyo note
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    Einstein's theory of happy living emerges in Tokyo note

    A note that Albert Einstein gave to a courier in Tokyo, briefly describing his theory on happy living, has surfaced after 95 years and is up for auction in Jerusalem.

  • Élysée puddle: Macron's dog Nemo filmed urinating in president's office
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    Élysée puddle: Macron's dog Nemo filmed urinating in president's office

    Like other French presidents before him, Emmanuel Macron knows the value of a photogenic dog at the Élysée Palace. In the footage for the channel TF1, three junior ministers are in Macron’s ornate office talking to the president about inner-city investment when Nemo relieves himself behind them. “I wondered what that noise was,” says the junior minister for ecology, Brune Poirson, who had been talking when the dog began relieving itself.

  • Artist spends hours capturing photos of people admiring art that matches their clothing
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    Artist spends hours capturing photos of people admiring art that matches their clothing

    Austrian artist Stefan Draschan has spent hours secretly snapping museum-goers to capture images of people whose hair, jacket or dress matches the exhibits they're admiring for his project 'People Matching Artworks'.

  • U.S.-backed militias seize key oil field in east Syria - SDF
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    U.S.-backed militias seize key oil field in east Syria - SDF

    U.S.-backed militias said they captured Syria's largest oil field on Sunday, pressing their assault against Islamic State in the east of the country. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said they took al-Omar field on the eastern bank of the Euphrates river in the early hours. "Our forces managed to liberate the fields without notable damages," said Lilwa al-Abdallah, spokeswoman for the offensive in Deir al-Zor province.

  • Liam Payne is returning to The X Factor very soon
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    Digital Spy

    Liam Payne is returning to The X Factor very soon

    He's set to perform his latest single live.

  • Federal Reserve policy and four other things to look out for in economics this week
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    The Independent

    Federal Reserve policy and four other things to look out for in economics this week

    Writing out of Washington DC, the temptation is to focus on the US – and there are certainly two huge issues affecting US economic policy that will move forward in the next few weeks. One is taxes, the other is the chairperson of the Federal Reserve. What will a tax cut do to the US economy?

  • TOWIE first-look photos preview Megan and Pete fallout
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    Digital Spy

    TOWIE first-look photos preview Megan and Pete fallout

    And Gemma and Bobby aren't on the best of terms either.

  • How to earn respect and deal with big egos in a team that you're managing
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    Business Insider UK

    How to earn respect and deal with big egos in a team that you're managing

    Business Insider UK spoke with Anthony Middleton, former Special Forces Operator and co-author of "SAS: Who Dares Wins" about how to earn the respect of others and to deal with big egos within a group. On handling people with big egos, the Former SBS Operator says: "I play to their egos, sometimes the best thing to do is let them learn from their mistakes. Anthony Middleton was a point man/lead scout and also a primary fires operator and sniper.

  • Circuses banned from using elephants in New York
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    Circuses banned from using elephants in New York

    Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Elephant Protection Act into law after it was passed by the state legislature in June. Animal rights campaigners argue elephants used in performances are subjected to cruel treatment at the hands of circus trainers. Today I signed legislation banning the use of elephants in entertainment acts.

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