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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Juno star Ellen Page stars in the remake of Flatliners It’s not usually a good sign when critics aren’t allowed to see a film before its release. Often, it’s a way to hush up bad reviews to make sure the public haven’t read any…

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPhilip Hammond says he “always operates on the idea that everybody is sackable” on Radio 4’s Today Philip Hammond has said he operates on the basis “everyone is sackable”, amid continued Brexit cabinet tensions. All ministers serve at the discretion of the…

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Image copyright Ikea Tired of having to build your Ikea Billy bookshelves yourself? The Swedish furniture giant’s latest purchase means it will be easier to get someone else to do it for you, as long as you are willing to pay. The firm is buying US start-up firm TaskRabbit, which…

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Image copyright GoPro Image caption The Fusion uses two lenses to create a 360-degree view of the world around it Action camera specialist GoPro has announced its first model to take 360-degree videos and photos. The Fusion also features built-in image stabilisation, spatial audio capture and can be used underwater….

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Image copyright PA Image caption Debbie McGee and her dance partner Giovanni Pernice topped the Strictly leaderboard Strictly Come Dancing continues to outpace ITV rival The X Factor in the competition for Saturday night views. An average of 9.3 million people saw Saturday’s episode, making it the day’s most watched…

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Image copyright PA Conservatives arriving at their conference in Manchester faced “up to 30,000” people taking part in various protests, according to police. Anti-austerity protesters calling for the Tories to be kicked out of power took part in a large march and rally. There was also an anti-Brexit march. Three…

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Image copyright 9 News / 60 Minutes Image caption Belle Gibson falsely claimed alternative therapies helped her beat cancer after conventional medicine failed An Australian wellness blogger who falsely claimed to have cancer has been fined A$410,000 (£240,000, $322,000) for misleading her readers. Belle Gibson, 25, gained fame in Australia…

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Image copyright PA HSBC UK is testing a new smartphone app that will help people track what they spend money on, and will “nudge” them if they exceed their spending limits. Customers will also be able to add accounts from 21 rivals including Lloyds and NatWest, to keep track of…

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Image copyright EPA Theresa May is set to announce that tuition fees will be frozen at £9,250 in an overhaul of student funding. On the day the Conservative Party conference gets under way, the PM said the repayment threshold would also rise, so graduates only start paying back loans once…

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Image caption L-R: Chris Evans, Clara Amfo, Annie Nightingale, Terry Wogan On 30 September, 1967, the BBC’s Light Programme split in two. Younger listeners were given Radio 1, while the Light Programme itself morphed into Radio 2, continuing with its mix of big bands, record requests, sport and comedy. But…

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