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    HuffPost UK

    Simon Cowell Breaks His Back In Cycling Accident, Leaving Him In Need Of Surgery

    The Britain's Got Talent and X Factor judge is said to be "doing fine" and is "in the best possible hands" following the incident.

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    The Independent

    Jeffrey Epstein: From murder claims to ‘targeting’ Paris Hilton, what we know one year on after his death

    The advertisement for the $88m property on the Upper East Side could not have been accused of underplaying its grandeur.“This mansion presents a once in a life-time opportunity to own the largest single-family home in New York City,” it read. “This historic landmark could easily present itself as a palatial consulate, embassy, foundation, or a museum to once again house some of the world’s greatest works of art.”

  • News

    A woman claiming to be from the 'Freedom To Breathe Agency' filmed telling a grocery employee that she could face legal action for making people wear face masks

    The mask-less woman gave the employee a piece of paper claiming she could go to prison for up to five years for telling customers to wear a face mask.

  • Style
    Yahoo Style UK

    Kelly Osbourne looks unrecognisable in selfie following 6st weight loss

    The star shared a slimmed-down snap with her fans on Instagram.

  • HuffPost

    Trump Ignores Reporter's Challenge On False Claim He Passed Vet Choice Health Law

    President Trump refused to respond to a question about his "false statement" and instead abruptly ended his press conference and walked out.

  • Sports

    Insults fly as F1 bosses speak out over Racing Point case

    Racing Point Formula 1 boss Otmar Szafnauer has slammed McLaren team principal Zak Brown as the FIA’s ruling on the brake duct controversy continues to stir emotions in the paddock.

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    PA Media: UK News

    Prosecutor ‘completely confounded’ by 16-year-old who raped and killed Alesha

    Iain McSporran QC led the case against Aaron Campbell, who was locked up for at least 27 years at the High Court in Glasgow last March.