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NTAs 2018: The Most Memorable Dresses In National Television Awards History

In the run up to go the 2018 National Television Awards, airing tonight [Tuesday 23 January]  at 7.30pm on ITV, excitement is bubbling around who is going to wear what on the red carpet. For those who can’t wait to see what’s go

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London Air 'Cleaner Than It Has Been For Nearly Two Decades'

The capital has not yet breached its annual legal pollution limit this month - a first in 18 years.

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London's Air Pollution Is A Shameful Scandal That Has Been Ignored For Too Long

In every major city around the world there is now a growing recognition of the huge dangers posed by air pollution. According to the UN, some 3.3million premature deaths are linked to poor quality air...

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We Have To Start Calling Out Misogyny For What It Is

It is time for stronger sex equality legislation to protect women

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Mothers Losing Out On Earnings Due To Childcare Issues, Charity Warns

Nationally, mums are losing out on £1.2 billion every year.

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Watchdog Group Files Complaint Against Trump Campaign Over Stormy Daniels Payments

The payment "should have been reported" because it was used to influence the election, says Common Cause.

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Trump Reportedly Uses 'Accent' To Imitate Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

The president has previously come under scrutiny for mocking others' accents.

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Democrats Dominate At The Ballot Box In The Age Of Trump

They've flipped far more seats than Republicans have in the past year.

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Former Trump Aide's Fiancee Warns White House: ‘A Lot To Come’

Simona Mangiante is engaged to George Papadopoulos, and they've both cooperated with special counsel Robert Mueller's probe.

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Puerto Rico Moves To Privatize Its Troubled Power Company

Nearly 30 percent of the island's energy customers remain without power.

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Fawcett Society Report: Violence Against Women Is ‘Endemic’

Charity warns laws are failing to tackle a 'deeply misogynistic culture'.

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Dreamers Feel Betrayed After Senate Democrats Break Their Promises

Many politicians said they wouldn't vote for government funding without protections for undocumented young people, then did it anyway.

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Facebook Admits It's Probably Not The Best Thing For Democracy

"If you live in an information cocoon, you will believe many things that are false."

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The Case For The Democratic 'Cave'

It's not really a cave if you're just continuing the fight.

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