Two climate activists arrested at Heathrow Airport as police bust plot to fly drones over the UK’s busiest travel hub

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TWO climate change activists have been arrested at Heathrow Airport this morning as police bust a plot to fly drones over the travel hub. Both men, who were caught within the perimeter of the UK’s busiest airport, were detained “on suspicion of conspiracy to commit a public nuisance&#...

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Jeffrey Epstein namesakes reveal hellish ordeal of death threats and online abuse from people confusing them for the dead paedo

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MEN who share their name with Jeffrey Epstein have revealed their agonising ordeal of being sent death threats from people mistaking them for the dead paedophile. When the 66-year-old was arrested for sex trafficking charges this year, men who hav...

National Lottery Set For Life results: Winning numbers for Monday September 23, £10,000 a month for 30 years jackpot

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Tearful Greta Thunberg slams world leaders for ‘stealing her dreams and childhood’ in furious UN Climate Summit speech

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A TEARFUL Greta Thunberg has slammed world leaders for what she claims is a lack of action on climate change. In impassioned speech at the UN climate action summit, the 16-year-old said they had “stolen my dreams” with their “empty words”. She tol...

Boris Johnson brands Jeremy Corbyn’s bid to abolish private schools ‘unbelievable hypocrisy’ that will cost taxpayers £7billion

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BORIS Johnson has branded Jeremy Corbyn’s bid to abolish private schools as “unbelievable hypocrisy” that would cost taxpayers £7billion. The PM lashed out at the plan – decided on by a vote at a Labour conference on Sunday – as a relic of “...