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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Australia tour schedule has a 3-day MYSTERY GAP

A MYSTERY three-day gap has appeared in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Australia tour itinerary, sparking debate about where they will be and whether it will be a secret hideaway for escaping their Royal duties.

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Nine injured in M25 HORROR CRASH - anti-clockwise lanes remains SHUT

NINE people have been injured, with two airlifted to hospital in a serious condition, after a crash on the M25 motorway which took place during the early hours of this morning.

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Hammond says Johnson will NEVER be PM in 'grown up politics' jibe - and he MOCKS his voice

BORIS JOHNSON is not capable of “grown-up” politics and will never be the next Prime Minister because of his failure to grasp detail, Chancellor Philip Hammond has claimed in a blistering attack.

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Rees-Mogg's FURY: Brexiteer MP brands Theresa May's Chequers plan a 'DEAD DUCK'

JACOB Rees-Mogg has urged Theresa May to ditch her Chequers plan for Brexit, branding the proposal a "dead duck in a thunderstorm".

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Japan threatened by SECOND TYPHOON as storm Kong-Rey is UPGRADED off the Philippines

JAPAN could be hit by a second mega storm later this week after already having been hit by Typhoon Tremi following storm Kong-Rey officially being upgraded to a typhoon.

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Royal plea: Meghan Markle's sister in DESPERATE bid to see Duchess about father's health

MEGHAN MARKLE’s half-sister has launched her latest social media rant saying her father Thomas “might be a bit shy but has a huge heart,” as she pleads for a meeting with Meghan.

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UK weather forecast: Temperatures PLUNGE to NEAR ZERO as morning chill covers the nation

TEMPERATURES will plunge to near zero this morning, "below par" for this time of year, but the UK will also see some winter sun in England and Wales, according to the Met Office.

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BREAKING: Police scramble to Walmart in Indiana at 'ACTIVE SHOOTER' reported at scene

POLICE are on the scene of a US supermarket following reports of an active shooter, with at least 12 shots believed to have been fired.

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Typhoon Trami latest: Crisis AVOIDED as Okinawa election completes despite storm's threat

A SUCCESSFUL gubernatorial election was held on Okinawa island on Sunday despite the destruction caused by Typhoon Trami threatening to derail it as the storm hurtled across Japan over the weekend.

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BREAKING: US and Canada narrowly beat deadline to ‘save NAFTA’ after LAST-MINUTE talks

THE United States and Canada have narrowly beaten a midnight deadline to reach a new deal saving the North American Free Trade Agreement .

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BREAKING: China CANCELS planned security meeting with US as tensions continue to rise

CHINA has cancelled a security meeting with US Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis planned for October due to unknown reasons, amid growing tensions between the countries, a senior US official said on Sunday.

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BREAKING: Horror as BOMB THREAT at University in Philippines causes mass-scale evacuation

A BOMB threat on the main campus of the Bulacan State University is being attended to by authorities, while students have been ordered to evacuate.

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UK set fair for a warm December

BRITAIN could enjoy a long Indian summer with warm weather lasting even into December, according to forecasters.

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At least two people have DIED and over 120 injured in Typhoon Trami CHAOS in Japan

AT LEAST two people have died and more than 120 people were injured in Typhoon Trami, which slammed into Japan yesterday and caused widespread chaos and damage to infrastructure.

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Tesla chief gets £15m fine and power cut for misleading investors

CONTROVERSIAL billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has been fined more than £15million and forced to quit as chairman of electric car giant Tesla for misleading investors. The action was taken by the US Securities and Exchange Commission following the South Africanborn inventor’s claim on Twitter in August that he was considering taking Tesla private at $420 a share and had secured funding.

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Indonesia earthquake: HEROIC air traffic controller dies saving ‘hundreds’ of lives

A TERRIFYING earthquake did not deter a courageous Indonesian air traffic controller from staying on duty to guide a final aircraft to safety on Friday before he died escaping the deadly disaster.

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‘Parents outdrink students’

MORE than half of university students say their parents go on more boozy nights out than they do, a study shows.

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‘Spend foreign aid on BRITISH priorities’ - Boris Johnson DEMANDS major system shake-up

BORIS JOHNSON has demanded the Government spend UK overseas aid money on the “objectives of the British people” as he claims the UK is showing “magnificent disdain” for the “national priority” compared to other countries.

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Neighbour charged after women stabbed to death in driveway row

A NEIGHBOUR was charged with murder yesterday after two women were stabbed to death in their quiet village house. The women were named locally as warehouse worker Sharon Harris, 55, and her mother Margaret, 78.

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Horror in Indonesia as ground 'TURNS TO LIQUID' after devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake

THE GROUND has entered a strange liquid-like state in some areas of Indonesia due to the intense stress and shaking from an earthquake on Friday that caused the death of at least 832 people.

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Rescuers in race against time as tsunami death toll rises to 1,200

THE death toll from the earthquake and tsunami that struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi rose beyond 1,000 yesterday. Rescuers faced a race against time to find trapped “survivors still screaming for help”.

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Leaving EU will release cash for threatened species

BREXIT was hailed yesterday as a “wonderful” chance to save wildlife. Tory MP Zac Goldsmith and International Rhino Foundation Director Peter Hall said quitting the bloc could free up money which is currently being sent to the EU’s overseas aid programme.

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How British military is at war with illegal trade worth £17bn

UNDER the searing African sun a baby elephant has been given the chance to cheat the poachers – thanks to British troops training African rangers.

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£80,000 payout for banker who lost his job to a younger woman

A VETERAN bank executive who claimed he was forced out of his job in favour of a younger woman has won a case of unfair dismissal. John Marshall, 61, worked more than 27 years at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia London office and was head of finance and operations.

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Soldiers’ pride in saving wildlife from poachers

BRITISH soldiers training African rangers to protect the world’s endangered wildlife yesterday told of their pride in taking on the poachers.

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