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"Hearing the screams was really satisfying"

Philippe Morin - Red Barrels
"Hearing the screams was really satisfying"

Outlast 2: the horror game inspired by cults and religious extremism

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yesterday at 21:34. Facebook
Wondering what Labour's take on Brexit will be?

They're about to announce it - and it will focus on getting a good trade deal rather than on reducing immigration.
Wondering what Labour's take on Brexit will be

Labour ready to rip up Great Repeal Bill and seek single market deal

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Kate Leatherbarrow
Phil Minns
Richard Cook
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yesterday at 21:00. Facebook
Did you catch Little Boy Blue tonight on ITV? We spoke to Stephen Graham about his personal connections to the story at its heart
Did you catch Little Boy Blue tonight on ITV We spoke to

Stephen Graham on Rhys Jones drama Little Boy Blue

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Elizabeth Perrella
Denis Hendrick
Colin Mcneillie
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yesterday at 20:15. Facebook
Komodo dragons, in addition to being terrifying, have germ-killing blood.
Komodo dragons in addition to being terrifying have germkilling blood

Dragon's blood could be a powerful weapon against killer superbugs

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Richard Cook
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yesterday at 19:30. Facebook
Manchester and Edinburgh especially have seen an influx of London chains in recent years.
Manchester and Edinburgh especially have seen an influx of London chains in recent years

London's big restaurant brands are moving north - here's why

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Dave Clark
Janet Logan
John Buckley
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yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
The euro is back as investors reckon Emmanuel Macron is the man to hold France (and the EU) together.
The euro is back as investors reckon Emmanuel Macron is the man

Pound drops against the euro as Macron looks set for victory in French election

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Mark Sheehan
Yessie Nessie
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yesterday at 18:30. Facebook
It seems there are exceptions to the rule of TV comebacks.
It seems there are exceptions to the rule of TV comebacks

Prison Break season five: back on form after a lengthy stretch away

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Richard Cook
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yesterday at 17:58. Facebook
In Vauxhall, Labour's Kate Hoey is a strong Brexiteer in a constituency where 78 per cent of people went Remain.

In Walsall, David Winnick warned Brexit would be disastrous - but 68 per cent of his constituents disagreed.
In Vauxhall Labours Kate Hoey is a strong Brexiteer in a constituency

Ten seats where Brexit could make all the difference on election day

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James Alexander
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yesterday at 17:30. Facebook
In one corner, the Tory MP who filibustered a bill against domestic violence because it focused on women too much.

In the other, the leader of a new feminist political party who wants his seat.
In one corner the Tory MP who filibustered a bill against domestic

Sophie Walker and Philip Davies' first debate: how they fared

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Paula Lucas
F FS Johnson
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yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
Left-wing French voters won't go for Marine Le Pen's ethnonationalism.

But they'll vote for former investment banker Emmanuel Macron because they have to, not because they want to.
Leftwing French voters won't go for Marine Le Pen's ethnonationalism

Don't blame France's left for having to hold its nose to vote for the establishment

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yesterday at 16:30. Facebook
The charge sheet for Nastase included racism, sexism, sexual harassment and verbal abuse. Bear in mind, also, that he was the Romanian team captain.
The charge sheet for Nastase included racism sexism sexual harassment and verbal

Simon Kelner: I distrust anyone who is thought of as a “character”. Ilie Nastase has proved me right

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158,000 more overseas citizens have registered to vote since the 2015 general election
158000 more overseas citizens have registered to vote since the 2015 general election

Nearly 160,000 more overseas citizens registered to vote since 2015 GE

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Naomi Elizabeth
Daz Ostler
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yesterday at 15:30. Facebook
The Communist Party has announced it will not field any candidates in the General Election, and is encouraging voters to support Labour
The Communist Party has announced it will not field any candidates in

Communist Party will not field candidates, urges voters to back Labour

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Ben Symak
Harrison Bott
James Walsh
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yesterday at 14:45. Facebook
The popularity of tactical voting in the run up to the 2017 General Election is because politicians have turned into “toddlers” who cannot compromise, says academic Ben Goldacre
The popularity of tactical voting in the run up to the 2017

Ben Goldacre on tactical voting: Help the people grow up

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Richard J. Foster
Mohamed Javed Asghar
Caroline Woods
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yesterday at 14:00. Facebook
The SNP needs and wants a Tory victory in this General election.

Because what the SNP really wants is the destruction of the Labour Party.
The SNP needs and wants a Tory victory in this General election

The SNP needs and wants a Tory election victory

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Tony Martin
Robert Mac
Russell David McLean
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yesterday at 13:15. Facebook
Philip Davies declared himself a feminist 'by definition' on the Victoria Derbyshire show today.

It comes 24 hours after the leader of the Women’s Equality Party, Sophie Walker, said she would be running against the Conservative MP in Shipley.

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Rose Lemin
John Crute
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yesterday at 12:29. Facebook
The Prime Minister’s authoritarian stance in ruling out her participation in a televised verbal joust with other party leaders is a clear snub to broadcast media.
The Prime Ministers authoritarian stance in ruling out her participation in a

Unelected Theresa May's TV debate rejection will not help voter complacency

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Michael JR Gray
Alex Boyle
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yesterday at 11:45. Facebook
Everything you need to know about Asma al-Assad: Syria’s British-born first lady
Everything you need to know about Asma alAssad: Syria’s Britishborn first lady

Asma al-Assad: Syria's British-born first lady

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yesterday at 11:00. Facebook
Labour MP Andrew Gwynne says given the chance he would kill Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Brian Thompson
David Taylor
Emmaline McCullough