Thousands of adoring Mugabe fans queue to see Zimbabwe tyrant’s body at stadium amid bitter family row over where he will be buried

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THOUSANDS of mourners have being queuing to catch a final glimpse of the face of former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. With scores of adoring fans keen to see the tyrant they regard as their “father” and “hero”, a stampede resulted in injuries after they surged past a...

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Thomas Cook collapse – exhausted Brits arrive back in UK as first repatriation flights land at Gatwick and Manchester

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EXHAUSTED Brits have touched down as the first Thomas Cook repatriation flights landed in the UK today. Hundreds of holidaymakers have now landed at Gatwick and Manchester Airports from Croatia, Turkey and New York – still just a fraction of...

Gary Neville blasts Man Utd’s lack of options for Solskjaer after transfer shambles and says ‘he needs more experience in depleted squad’

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GARY NEVILLE claimed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs more experience in his “depleted squad” after Manchester United’s summer transfer shambles. United slipped to eighth in the league after a 2-0 away loss to West Ham on Sunday, but Solskjaer was witho...

Thomas Cook were selling holidays and flights HOURS before they collapsed

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THOMAS Cook were still selling flights and holiday packages as late as last night – despite collapsing just hours later. Mum-of-one Nathalie Aspey-Kent, 37, found the provider was offering holidays abroad as well as Christmas flights yesterd...

Hope for millions with acne as prescription treatments are now available over-the-counter

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MILLIONS of acne sufferers are in luck – as two highly effective prescription treatments are now available over-the-counter. Acnecide face gel and Acnecide face wash, which were previously only available from the pharmacy, have been reclassi...

Can I still get an Uber in London? Is the firm being banned by TfL and has it lost its licence in the capital?

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UBER still has a licence to operate in London as black cab drivers lost a High Court challenge to strike the company. The minicab firm insists it had changed its aggressive corporate tactics and is now more responsible. Can I still get an Uber in ...