Making Headlines: Israel stampede; Noel Clarke allegations, Boris's phone number 'freely available'
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Dozens of people have been killed after a stampede at a religious bonfire festival in Israel, officials have said.
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Bafta has suspended Noel Clarke’s membership following allegations of sexual misconduct.
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All over-40s in England are now being invited to book their first coronavirus vaccine appointment.
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Boris Johnson’s mobile phone number was freely available for anyone who searched for it on the internet for the last 15 years, according to reports.
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Martin Compston has said he does not know if Line Of Duty will return after the current series, but that it will not return “just for the sake of it”.
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