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Mechanic totals £2.5million Ferrari after smashing into tree stump on test drive

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Footballers are hard-working, don’t call us brats, says Eric Dier

ENGLAND’S Eric Dier has hit back at those who view footballers as thick, spoiled brats. The Spurs ace, 28 today, told a podcast: “Being judged on how I play football I don’t have a problem with too much. 1 Tottenham star Eric Dier says footballers get harshly criticised and make errors like normal peopleCredit: Rex “But I have a bigger…

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Giant 60ft prehistoric sea monster’s head is as long as a full-grown man

A GIANT sea monster’s head is the same size as a full-grown man after being found in one of the driest place on Earth. The prehistoric dinosaur, named Cymbospondylus youngorum, was found with its long snout and pointed teeth in Nevada’s Black Rock desert. 3 A prehistoric dinosaur’s head is as long as Professor Lars Schmitz, the expert who studied…

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As we try now to vaccinate one million Brits a day, your country urgently needs you again

Your call-up BRITAIN cannot get rapidly boostered without a festive force of 30,000 Sun readers. Our Jabs Army was pivotal to the first rollout. 3 Britain cannot get rapidly boostered without a festive force of 30,000 Sun readersCredit: Getty And, as we try now to vaccinate one million Brits a day, your country urgently needs you again. We can question…

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Horoscope today, Sunday December 5: Daily guide to what your star sign has in store for your zodiac dates

♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 As love planet Venus turbo-boosts your passion profile, there’s something about you everyone adores but no one can put into words. You feel the difference on every level. Single? Give a clumsy Capricorn a second chance. The way you calculate your cash chart is Uranus-inspired – and the winning ideas may be unusual.…

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Nine nurses and midwives fired for serious misconduct every month

NINE nurses and midwives a month get the boot for serious misconduct and incompetence. In all, 345 have been kicked out since 2018. 1 345 nurses have been kicked out since 2018Credit: Getty – Contributor And 767 were punished for unacceptable conduct. Those axed include midwife Lesly Puertas who stole a mum’s bank cards during a caesarean. Casualty nurse Helen…

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Boris Johnson isn’t the only man to blame for the Owen Paterson fiasco which has shredded the Tories’ credibility

Now get a grip BORIS Johnson isn’t the only man to blame for the Owen Paterson fiasco which has shredded the Tories’ credibility. It’s true that a PM normally highly attuned to voters’ concerns should have sensed how repulsed they would be by a shabby ruse to save his friend from scandal. But it was a jaw-dropping ­political miscalculation too.…

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Bill Gates told to stop sending flirtatious emails to female employee

MICROSOFT founder Bill Gates was told by two of his top executives to stop sending flirtatious emails to an employee. The billionaire, 65, had propositioned the woman with “inappropriate” messages in 2007 when he was CEO and married to now ex-wife Melinda. 1 Billionaire Bill Gates was told by two of his top executives to stop sending flirtatious emails to…

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Couples fearful of Covid have better and more adventures sex, study finds

FEARS over the Covid-19 pandemic boosted people’s love lives, a study shows. Couples most afraid of dying from the deadly virus saw their libido soar. 1 Couples fearful of Covid have better and more adventures sex, study findsCredit: Getty They had sex more often, experienced greater levels of desire and were more adventurous in the bedroom. The findings, by psychologists…

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Crews wrap world’s biggest tree in aluminium to protect it from California wildfires

CREWS wrap the world’s biggest tree in blaze- resistant aluminium to protect it from wildfires. The 275ft (84m) General Sherman is the largest by volume and about 2,500 years old. 2 Fire crews wrap the world’s largest tree in flame-resistant aluminiumCredit: EPA 2 Sequoias are adapted to fires as they release seeds into the burnt clearings for new treesCredit: Ardea…

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Sticky-glaze chicken wings recipe – cooking ideas from the Batch Lady

THIS week we have more brilliant back-to-school recipes that are so easy to make. They are speedy midweek meals – but my sticky-glaze chicken wings are also the perfect Friday-night treat. 2 My sticky-glaze chicken wings are the perfect Friday-night treatCredit: Shutterstock My top tip is to make sure you plan meals when the children are back at school. It…

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Social care needs ground-up renewal but the PM’s party can’t hammer workers

Folly on tax HOW casual the Tories seem to be about torching their historic reputation for low taxes. Covid has left the finances in disarray. But why does the party under Boris Johnson consider the only answer to be hammering workers? 2 Social care does need ground-up reinvention, but why does the party under Boris Johnson consider the only answer…

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World’s most premature baby born 131 days early defies odds to reach 1st birthday

THE world’s most premature baby has defied the odds to reach his first birthday. Richard Hutchinson was born 131 days premature and weighed only 340g — less than 12oz. 2 Richard Hutchinson was born 131 days premature and weighed only 340g — less than 12ozCredit: SWNS His hand was the size of his mother’s fingertip, his eyes were fused shut,…

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Sun readers edge vital petition calling for better miscarriage care towards 250,000 signature milestone

SUN on Sunday readers have edged a vital petition calling for better miscarriage care to within 25,000 signatures of a 250,000 milestone. Started by baby charity Tommy’s, it wants specialist NHS  help made available to women after EVERY loss. 4 Sun on Sunday readers have edged a vital petition calling for better miscarriage care to within 25,000 signatures of a 250,000 …

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Golfing pals get holes-in-one in consecutive shots on the same hole – beating odds of 17million to one

TWO golfing pals got holes-in-one in consecutive shots on the same hole — beating odds of 17million to one. David Giles, 48, achieved the feat first before Chris Bunce, 51, calmed himself and did the same. 2 David Giles (left), 48, achieved the feat first before Chris Bunce (right), 51, calmed himself and did the sameCredit: SWNS 2 The golfers…

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