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Robert De Niro, 75, splits with wife Grace Hightower, 63, after more than 20 years of marriage
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Jacob Rees-Mogg admits plot to oust May has gone a bit 'Dad's Army'
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UK and US launch last-ditch bid to stop ex-KGB man being named the new head of Interpol
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Former underwear model Holly Willoughby is turning the I’m A Celebrity jungle into a fashion parade 
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England star Dele Alli is filmed ‘demanding to be upgraded’ – but fans slam ‘pathetic’ bystander
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Mac on... Rees-Mogg's hunt for 48 letters
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Daredevil climber, 18, scales high-rise crane without safety gear dressed as Donald Trump
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‘Foreign man’ is shot dead in upmarket area of Marbella popular with British expats
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Man whose wife tried to have him killed says he 'still loves her despite the murder attempt'
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The Guardian
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Revealed: one in four Europeans vote populist
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How populism swept through Europe over 20 years
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Theresa May heads to Brussels bolstered by failure of Brexiter revolt
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Christian parent threatens legal action over school's 'gay pride parade'
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Trump 'stands with' Saudi Arabia and defends crown prince over Khashoggi
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UK ban on Kellogg's Coco Pops children's TV advert overturned
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Family of World Cup worker waits for answers over death at Qatar stadium
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Number of problem gamblers aged 11-16 rises to 55,000
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Insulin shortage could affect 40 million people with type 2 diabetes
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The Independent
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Labour MP Clive Lewis sparks outrage after being caught on camera pretending to take his own life
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Trump submits answers to Robert Mueller questions in Russia probe
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Trump says Saudi crown prince 'may or may not' have known about Khashoggi killing as he praises 'steadfast' ally
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Father confronted with claims he 'killed daughter after watching her in child sex abuse video'
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'Generational scandal': More than 50,000 under-17s have gambling problems, report reveals
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An independent Scotland should be allowed to rejoin EU, Spanish foreign minister says amid Brexit turmoil
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Almost 85,000 children under five may have starved to death in Yemen, charity warns as fighting flares in Hodeidah
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Dow drops 500 points and wipes out 2018 gains
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South Korea releases video of North Korea blowing up 10 guard posts in DMZ
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Donald Trump 'too afraid' to visit troops in combat zones, report says
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Warning issued over romaine lettuce after another E coli outbreak spreads
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Trump 'will meet with Saudi Crown Prince' amid Khashoggi killing controversy
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