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Star Wars actor Daisy Ridley: social media is bad for mental health

Star Wars actor Daisy Ridley: social media is bad for mental health

The actor Daisy Ridley, who will soon be seen on the big screen when she reprises her role as Rey in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, has said social media is ...

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Late-night hosts on Trump’s ‘morally degenerate’ support of Roy Moore

Late-night hosts, Trump, 'morally degenerate', Roy Moore

Late-night hosts discussed the increased Republican support of Roy Moore, including from the president himself. On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert brought up Donald Trump’s vocal support of Moore. The president has ...

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Johnny Hallyday, the ‘French Elvis’, dies at 74

Johnny Hallyday, the 'French Elvis', dies at 74

France’s biggest rock star, Johnny Hallyday, the leather-trousered “French Elvis” who sold more than 110m albums over a career spanning more than half a century, has died aged 74. His wife, ...

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Mobo awards 2017: Stormzy dominates and Jeremy Corbyn salutes grime’s influence

Mobo awards 2017: Stormzy dominates and Jeremy Corbyn salutes grime's influence

Stormzy, the charismatic grime MC who won the approval of Jeremy Corbyn as well as millions of fans, was the big winner at the 2017 Mobo awards. He scooped three prizes: best ...

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White House library lowers the tones with its Christmas book tree

White House library lowers the tones with its Christmas book tree

What do these books have in common? Esquire’s World of Golf, Robert Daley’s thriller Tainted Evidence, Simon Stow’s political analysis American Mourning, Dianne E Gray’s coming-of-age story Holding Up the ...

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Geoffrey Rush denies allegations of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ in play

Geoffrey Rush denies allegations of 'inappropriate behaviour' in play

The Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has denied allegations of “inappropriate behaviour” during a Sydney Theatre Company production of King Lear, after the company said it had received a complaint against him. Rush’s ...

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Poem of the week: Sonnet to Vauxhall by Thomas Hood

Poem of the week, Sonnet to Vauxhall, Thomas Hood, poem

Sonnet to Vauxhall “The English Garden.” – Mason The cold transparent ham is on my fork – It hardly rains – and hark the bell! – ding-dingle – Away! Three thousand ...

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Rita Ora: I had my eggs frozen in my early 20s

Rita Ora, eggs, frozen, 20s, Australian breakfast TV show

Rita Ora has revealed that she had her eggs frozen in her early 20s. Appearing on the Australian breakfast TV show Sunrise, the British singer said her family doctor recommended undergoing ...

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Weinstein inquiry: police departments likely to join forces, experts say

Weinstein inquiry: police departments likely to join forces, experts say

Detectives in several cities investigating Harvey Weinstein for sex crimes are likely to be collaborating as they build evidence and assess whether the film producer can be arrested and charged, experts believe. ...

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The rise of the robots brings threats and opportunities

The rise of the robots brings threats and opportunities

The difference between the robots of today and all previous forms of automation is that they are so flexible (Editorial, 25 November). Intelligent robots will be utilised in any new ...

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