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Little Mix share emotions on return of crowds at the Brit Awards 2021 [Video]

Little Mix share emotions on return of crowds at the Brit Awards 2021

Little Mix, who became the first girl band to win the Brit Award for best British group, admitted to mixed emotions when they arrived on the red carpet.

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UK boy falls into mud after stealing sister's Wellington boots [Video]

UK boy falls into mud after stealing sister's Wellington boots

A little boy called Harvey from the UK got his comeuppance recently when he fell into mud shortly after stealing his sister's Wellington boots.

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Bharat Biotech responds to Delhi's Covaxin plea, says...|  Oneindia News [Video]

Bharat Biotech responds to Delhi's Covaxin plea, says...| Oneindia News

Covaxin's maker Bharat Biotech has refused to supply vaccine doses to Delhi, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said today. Cong MP Rahul Gandhi hit out at the centre's push for positivity aid the..

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Fred West: Drone footage reveals rear of Gloucester cafe where Mary Bastholm is feared buried [Video]

Fred West: Drone footage reveals rear of Gloucester cafe where Mary Bastholm is feared buried

Fred West: Drone footage reveals rear of Gloucester cafe where Mary Bastholm is feared buried

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Mother fined after allowing her children to lean out of sunroof of moving car in China [Video]

Mother fined after allowing her children to lean out of sunroof of moving car in China

A mother was fined after allowing her children to lean out of the sunroof of a moving car in southern China.

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Colin Farrell seeks conservatorship for teenage son [Video]

Colin Farrell seeks conservatorship for teenage son

Colin Farrell and his former girlfriend have filed for conservatorship of their eldest son, who suffers from genetic disorder Angelman Syndrome, ahead of his 18th birthday later this year.

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UK economy contracts in Q1, but rebounds in March [Video]

UK economy contracts in Q1, but rebounds in March

Coronavirus restrictions saw the UK economy contract at the start of 2021 but the hit was smaller than first feared as growth rebounded in March, according to official figures.Predicted growth in 2021..

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Colin Farrell seeks conservatorship for son [Video]

Colin Farrell seeks conservatorship for son

Colin Farrell and his former girlfriend have filed for conservatorship of their eldest son, who suffers from genetic disorder Angelman Syndrome, ahead of his 18th birthday later this year.

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Toddler attempts 'Do Re Mi' singalong with mum after watching 'The Sound of Music' [Video]

Toddler attempts 'Do Re Mi' singalong with mum after watching 'The Sound of Music'

This toddler attempted to join in as her mum sang "Do Re Mi" from "The Sound of Music." The kid is seen attempting to harmonise with her mum as she begins to sing the start of the classic song.

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Royal Marines' Jet Suits [Video]

Royal Marines' Jet Suits

The Royal Marines are flying like Iron Man.

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Heavy rain continues for the Gulf Coast as cool, May temperatures spread south [Video]

Heavy rain continues for the Gulf Coast as cool, May temperatures spread south

Heavy rain continues for the Gulf Coast as cool, May temperatures spread south. Specifically, Atlanta and the rest of Georgia will begin to see temperatures well below average. CNN meteorologist Pedram..

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Pet owner films brilliant game of peekaboo with her excitable cat [Video]

Pet owner films brilliant game of peekaboo with her excitable cat

Laura, a pet owner in Young, Arizona, filmed as she played a brilliant game of peekaboo with her excitable cat.

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Covid-19: India records over 3.48 Lakh cases and 4,205 deaths in 24 hours| Oneindia News [Video]

Covid-19: India records over 3.48 Lakh cases and 4,205 deaths in 24 hours| Oneindia News

India's daily Covid death count hit a new grim record with 4,205 deaths in the last 24 hours; 3,48,421 fresh cases have been added to the active caseload amid the battle against the second wave. Nearly..

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Armie Hammer dating a dental hygienist [Video]

Armie Hammer dating a dental hygienist

Armie Hammer is reportedly dating a dental hygienist on the Cayman Islands after police confirm they are investigating him after allegations of rape from a woman named Effie.

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Armie Hammer finds love with a dental hygienist [Video]

Armie Hammer finds love with a dental hygienist

Armie Hammer is reportedly dating a dental hygienist on the Cayman Islands after police confirm they are investigating him after allegations of rape from a woman named Effie.

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Wegen Corona: Zahl der Minijobs sinkt auf Rekordtief [Video]

Wegen Corona: Zahl der Minijobs sinkt auf Rekordtief

Corona hat erhebliche Auswirkungen auf Minijobs. Das ergab jetzt ein Quartalsbericht der Minijob-Zentrale in Essen. Demnach ist die Zahl der Minijobber in gewerblichen Berufen in Deutschland auf ein..

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Chinese firefighters rescue 2-year-old with head stuck in window grill [Video]

Chinese firefighters rescue 2-year-old with head stuck in window grill

A girl was rescued after her head got stuck in a window grill in central China.

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Singaporean restaurant pours bowls of burning fire into their ramen dishes [Video]

Singaporean restaurant pours bowls of burning fire into their ramen dishes

This restaurant in Cathay Cineplex, Singapore, adds something special to their ramen dishes by pouring bowls of fire into them.

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Man Arrested For "Weekend Crime Spree" [Video]

Man Arrested For "Weekend Crime Spree"

Derek Brown is being held in the Allegheny County Jail on 28 charges after he stole at least two cars, an iPhone and caused several crashes over the weekend. KDKA's Andy Sheehan has the story.

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Drake to be named artist of the decade at 2021 'Billboard' Music Awards [Video]

Drake to be named artist of the decade at 2021 'Billboard' Music Awards

According to 'Billboard' chart activity, the 34-year-old rapper has been the best-performing artist of the last 10 years.

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Pet Bird Flies Outside on Street After Owner Answers Main Door [Video]

Pet Bird Flies Outside on Street After Owner Answers Main Door

This owner answered the door when a visitor dropped by at her place. Suddenly, their pet bird flew outside on the street. However, she didn't panic and believed that they would return.

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BRIT Awards to have thousands-strong audience and no social distancing as part of UK government test [Video]

BRIT Awards to have thousands-strong audience and no social distancing as part of UK government test

A number of gatherings have been given the go-ahead for spectators to attend as part of the UK government’s research into safely restarting large events.

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VIDEO: Surveillance Video Shows Man Defacing SF Mural Dedicated To Asian Culture [Video]

VIDEO: Surveillance Video Shows Man Defacing SF Mural Dedicated To Asian Culture

Murals dedicated to celebrating Asian culture in San Francisco's Chinatown have been vandalized. Betty Yu shows us surveillance video that could lead to the culprit.

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Adorable scene as warthog piglets challenge each other to mini wrestling match [Video]

Adorable scene as warthog piglets challenge each other to mini wrestling match

Several warthog piglets were seen challenging each other to miniature wrestling matches in Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park, South Africa.

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COVID: Youth Nights At Levi's Stadium Aim To Bring In More Teens For Vaccines [Video]

COVID: Youth Nights At Levi's Stadium Aim To Bring In More Teens For Vaccines

There is a push in Santa Clara County to get teenagers vaccinated. Marina Medina tells us more about the county's creative approach.

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'we can't rule anything out': minister on potential for restrictions in covid hotspots
A cabinet minister has told Sky News the government "can't rule anything out" when it comes to the possibility of local coronavirus restrictions in areas that have seen cases rise sharply.
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Gov says new online safety bill will keep people safe but not everyone is convinced

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The government says its new internet laws will help keep children safe and combat racism and other abuse.
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Government 'set to fail' workers after COVID crisis, claims Labour

government 'set to fail' workers after covid crisis, claims labour
Labour's new shadow chancellor, Rachel Reeves, will use her first House of Commons appearance in her new role to claim the government is "set to fail" workers after the COVID pandemic.
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'Are you a fraudster?': Financier at centre of Cameron lobbying row grilled by MPs

'are you a fraudster?': financier at centre of cameron lobbying row grilled by mps
The founder of Greensill Capital - the firm which ex-prime minister David Cameron lobbied for - has denied his previous government role allowed him to win contracts for his business.
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If Johnson thinks families in Northern Ireland will accept 'amnesty for murders' - he is mistaken

if johnson thinks families in northern ireland will accept 'amnesty for murders' - he is mistaken
The prime minister has achieved the almost impossible - uniting unionist and nationalist parties in Northern Ireland in opposition to his plan to end historical prosecutions.
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The questions at the heart of Lex Greensill's interrogation by MPs

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There were two questions at the heart of the Treasury Select Committee's interrogation of Australian financier Lex Greensill.
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'Rishi, David Cameron here': Former PM's Greensill lobbying texts to ministers revealed

'rishi, david cameron here': former pm's greensill lobbying texts to ministers revealed
David Cameron told the Treasury's top civil servant it was "bonkers" that a financial services firm he was lobbying for had been denied access to government-backed COVID loans.
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Labour will struggle to weaponise Greensill row after 'Major Sleaze' misfire left voters unmoved

labour will struggle to weaponise greensill row after 'major sleaze' misfire left voters unmoved
The Greensill affair is back - and of all the various sleaze stories that have been floating around in recent months, it is arguably the most important.
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Ban on 'abhorrent' conversion therapy to be introduced

The government has committed to introducing legislation to ban conversion therapy, the practice of trying to change someone's sexuality or gender identity.
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Queen's Speech: Action on obesity and mental health support - but no social care legislation

The government has promised to tackle obesity and improve mental health support, but there is no sign of long-promised legislation to reform adult social care.
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Rules on face masks could be changed next month - health secretary

rules on face masks could be changed next month - health secretary
The government could change the rules around mask wearing next month, the health secretary has told Sky News.
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From house building to voter ID - what's in the Queen's Speech

The government has set out its legislative agenda for the new parliamentary session in the Queen's Speech today.
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What to expect in the Queen's Speech

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PM's skills promise among new laws to be unveiled in Queen's Speech

pm's skills promise among new laws to be unveiled in queen's speech
New laws to fulfil Boris Johnson's promise of helping to give people the skills they need throughout their lives will form a central part of the government's legislative agenda for the next year.
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Westminster lobbying scandal: What questions are Greensill and Cameron likely to face?

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This week, MPs on the treasury select committee will get the opportunity to question Lex Greensill and David Cameron live.
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Lex Greensill prepares for questions from MPs over lobbying scandal

lex greensill prepares for questions from mps over lobbying scandal
Lex Greensill, the billionaire founder of the now bankrupt finance firm Greensill Capital, is to be questioned by MPs later in relation to the ongoing Westminster lobbying scandal.
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No more face masks in schools from next week - while all university students will return

no more face masks in schools from next week - while all university students will return
Pupils will no longer have to wear face masks in secondary schools and colleges in England, while all university students will return to in-person teaching from next week.
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PM says 'one-metre plus' rule could be ditched from 21 June - and hints at no 'papers for pub'

pm says 'one-metre plus' rule could be ditched from 21 june - and hints at no 'papers for pub'
A key social distancing measure could be ditched from 21 June, the prime minister has said - while he hinted the government may not proceed with the introduction of COVID "passports" domestically.
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What can you do from 17 May when COVID restrictions are relaxed?

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Boris Johnson has revealed which COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted on 17 May in England.
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Indoor pints and hugs with family - but still no dancing at weddings - from next week

indoor pints and hugs with family - but still no dancing at weddings - from next week
People in England will be able to enjoy a pint or a meal indoors, hug their loved ones and return to cinemas - but not dance at weddings - in a week's time as Boris Johnson confirmed the latest easing..
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'We're staking the claim to become England's third party', say Greens

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The Green Party are aiming to replace the Liberal Democrats as England's third party after significant gains in the local elections.
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Labour hits out at 'cynical and ugly' voter ID plans

labour hits out at 'cynical and ugly' voter id plans
Labour has hit out at "cynical and ugly" plans to require voters to provide proof of identity when casting a ballot.
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'Give him a chance': Former PM Brown backs Starmer as Labour leader

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Former prime minister Gordon Brown has backed Sir Keir Starmer, telling Sky News Labour has got to give him a chance.
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Starmer: Defeats show 'size of the journey we have to go'

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Sir Keir Starmer has told his shadow cabinet that Labour's defeats in last week's elections show "the size of the journey we have to go".
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PM under investigation over £15,000 Mustique holiday

Boris Johnson is under investigation by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards over his £15,000 trip to Mustique.
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Promoted, demoted, sacked: Who's who in Labour's new top team

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has completed a reshuffle of his shadow cabinet, after what he described as 'bitterly disappointing' results for the party in the elections held on 6 May.
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Police commissioner candidate disbarred over 30-year-old drink-driving conviction

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A Tory candidate for police and crime commissioner has said he is "bitterly disappointed" after being disbarred over a 30-year-old drink-driving conviction.
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Second Scottish independence referendum is 'when, not if', Sturgeon tells PM

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SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has told the prime minister it is a "matter of when, not if" there will be another vote on Scottish independence.
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Sturgeon's future depends on both the 'when' and the 'if' of indyref2

sturgeon's future depends on both the 'when' and the 'if' of indyref2
Nicola Sturgeon told Boris Johnson on a Sunday phone call that a second independence referendum was question of "when, not if."
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Raise a pint! Indoor hospitality and household mixing is a week away

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Boris Johnson has confirmed a major easing of COVID-19 restrictions in England will go ahead from next week.
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Polls serve up Boris Johnson a defining victory and threat of historic loss

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This was a week of thousands of elections, from local councils to regional mayors and national parliaments.
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Who could be on their way up and who could be on their way out in Labour reshuffle?

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The big Labour reshuffle of 2021 is finally under way.
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Starmer reshuffles Labour frontbench amid election recriminations

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has revamped his frontbench team in the wake of dismal election results.
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Starmer to hold Labour reshuffle amid backlash over Rayner sacking

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PM set to confirm lockdown rules will ease from 17 May as govt in 'delicate' talks on hosting Champions League final

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Gove rejects Indyref2 as 'massive distraction' - but refuses to say if govt will seek to block vote in court

Michael Gove has dismissed a second referendum on Scottish independence as a "massive distraction" as he repeatedly refused to say whether the government will seek to block a possible vote in court.
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PM 'will promise to end brain drain in red wall regions' in Queen's Speech

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Khan's London mayoral victory should not be seen as a storming triumph

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PM invites devolved leaders to Union summit - as he hails 'Team UK'

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The prime minister has called a summit with the leaders of the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, saying the UK is "best served when we work together".
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Starmer has sacked his deputy - and there's more to come

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On Friday a shell-shocked Keir Starmer promised the nation he took full responsibility for the disastrous panoply of local, mayoral and by-election results.
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PM has a profound dilemma as Union threatens to drift away

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Scotland's Choice: that was the slogan emblazoned across the podium Nicola Sturgeon stood at as she gave her victory speech.
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Khan re-elected for second term as London mayor

Sadiq Khan has been re-elected for a second term as London mayor.
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Rayner sacked as Labour Party chair by Starmer, Sky News understands

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Identity and values - five takeaways from Vote 2021 data that reveal UK's political dividing lines

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Data from Thursday's election result is ever more clearly revealing Britain's political dividing lines.
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Sturgeon warns PM not to block indyref2 - as SNP hopes for majority fade

sturgeon warns pm not to block indyref2 - as snp hopes for majority fade
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Salmond admits he may not lead Alba much longer after disappointing election results

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Alex Salmond has admitted he may not lead Alba much longer after the new independence party failed to make a breakthrough in the Scottish elections.
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Tories' majority would be cut if local election results were translated nationally

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The Conservatives would have a reduced majority at Westminster if voting patterns in the local elections were replicated nationally, Sky News analysis suggests.
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More election joy for Tories as Street wins West Midlands mayoral race

The Conservatives have won the West Midlands mayoral election, securing incumbent Andy Street another four years in power.
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'Party should get in touch if they need me': Labour's Burnham does not dismiss leadership bid in 'distant future'

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Andy Burnham has not dismissed suggestions he could mount a bid for the Labour leadership in the future, telling Sky News the party should "get in touch" if it were "ever to feel it needed me".
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Rare bright spot for Labour as Rotheram re-elected Liverpool City Region mayor

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Steve Rotheram has provided some relief for Labour by being re-elected as Liverpool City Region mayor.
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