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Prince William says he 'learnt so much' on Caribbean tour

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Prince William says he ‘learnt so much’ on Caribbean tour – that was branded ‘tone deaf’ – about ‘how the past weighs heavily on the present’ as he joins Kate Middleton at the unveiling of a national Windrush monumentPrince William has revealed he ‘learnt so much’ on his tour of the Caribbean Duke of Cambridge said he learnt ‘how the past weighs heavily on the present’William was speaking as he and the Duchess of Cambridge attended the unveiling of a national monument at London’s Waterloo Station By Jessica Green For Mailonline Published: 11:59 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:55 EDT, 22 June 2022

Emma Raducanu warms up for Wimbledon with a spikeball session as 10th seed looks to overcome injury

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Emma Raducanu warms up for Wimbledon with a spikeball session as the 10th seed looks to overcome injury ahead of next week’s tournament – and takes a selfie with Gary Lineker!Emma Raducanu has been pictured enjoying a spikeball session on Wednesday The British tennis star is preparing for the upcoming Wimbledon tournament US Open winner Raducanu, 19, is the 10th seed for the competition on home soilThe teenager has been battling injury in the build-up to the SW19 tournamentBy Max Mathews For Mailonline Published: 13:10 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:54 EDT, 22 June 2022

Emma Raducanu warms up for Wimbledon with a spikeball session as 10th seed looks to overcome injury

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Emma Raducanu warms up for Wimbledon with a spikeball session as the 10th seed looks to overcome injury ahead of next week’s tournament – and takes a selfie with Gary Lineker!Emma Raducanu has been pictured enjoying a spikeball session on Wednesday The British tennis star is preparing for the upcoming Wimbledon tournament US Open winner Raducanu, 19, is the 10th seed for the competition on home soilThe teenager has been battling injury in the build-up to the SW19 tournamentBy Max Mathews For Mailonline Published: 13:10 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:54 EDT, 22 June 2022

Giant 20ft wide sinkhole opens up on residential street in south London and swallows MOTORBIKE

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Motorcyclist tried to jump over giant 20ft wide sinkhole ‘like Evel Knievel’ on south London residential street before falling into the void and then clambering out unscathedEmergency services were called to the scene on Martens Avenue in Bexleyheath just before 9pm last night Police and firefighters were met with the 16ft deep void and it has not yet been made clear what caused it Cordons put in place and remain there this morning, and there have not been any injuries, police confirmedBy Claudia Aoraha For Mailonline Published: 05:07 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:53 EDT, 22 June 2022

Giant 20ft wide sinkhole opens up on residential street in south London and swallows MOTORBIKE

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Motorcyclist tried to jump over giant 20ft wide sinkhole ‘like Evel Knievel’ on south London residential street before falling into the void and then clambering out unscathedEmergency services were called to the scene on Martens Avenue in Bexleyheath just before 9pm last night Police and firefighters were met with the 16ft deep void and it has not yet been made clear what caused it Cordons put in place and remain there this morning, and there have not been any injuries, police confirmedBy Claudia Aoraha For Mailonline Published: 05:07 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:53 EDT, 22 June 2022

Paedophile Rochdale grooming gang member argues he shouldn't be deported to Pakistan

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Paedophile Rochdale grooming gang member, 51, who got a 13-year-old girl pregnant argues he shouldn’t be deported to Pakistan because his son needs a role modelAdil Khan and Qari Abdul Rauf have been told they will be deported to PakistanSince release from jail in 2016 they have fought a legal battle to remain in the UKFather-of-five Khan says he must be a ‘father figure’ to teach ‘right from wrong’By Lizzie May For Mailonline Published: 13:43 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:43 EDT, 22 June 2022

Paedophile Rochdale grooming gang member argues he shouldn't be deported to Pakistan

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Paedophile Rochdale grooming gang member, 51, who got a 13-year-old girl pregnant argues he shouldn’t be deported to Pakistan because his son needs a role modelAdil Khan and Qari Abdul Rauf have been told they will be deported to PakistanSince release from jail in 2016 they have fought a legal battle to remain in the UKFather-of-five Khan says he must be a ‘father figure’ to teach ‘right from wrong’By Lizzie May For Mailonline Published: 13:43 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:43 EDT, 22 June 2022

Who are the Glastonbury 2022 Festival headliners? Where can I watch them?

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Who are the Glastonbury festival 2022 headliners? Who else is on the line up? Where can I watch the performances? Here’s EVERYTHING you need to knowBillie Eilish, 20, will be the youngest solo artist in Glastonbury history to headline when she takes to the stage at 10.15pm on Friday Sir Paul McCartney, 80, will be the oldest artist to have ever headlined the festival following Saturday’s 10.30pm performance Sunday night will mark 34-year-old rapper Kendrick Lamar’s first time playing Glastonbury. His slot begins at 9.45pmDiana Ross, 78, is set to play the teatime Legends slot on Sunday at 4pmBy Ellie Phillips For Mailonline Published: 12:31 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:41 EDT, 22 June 2022

Who are the Glastonbury 2022 Festival headliners? Where can I watch them?

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Who are the Glastonbury festival 2022 headliners? Who else is on the line up? Where can I watch the performances? Here’s EVERYTHING you need to knowBillie Eilish, 20, will be the youngest solo artist in Glastonbury history to headline when she takes to the stage at 10.15pm on Friday Sir Paul McCartney, 80, will be the oldest artist to have ever headlined the festival following Saturday’s 10.30pm performance Sunday night will mark 34-year-old rapper Kendrick Lamar’s first time playing Glastonbury. His slot begins at 9.45pmDiana Ross, 78, is set to play the teatime Legends slot on Sunday at 4pmBy Ellie Phillips For Mailonline Published: 12:31 EDT, 22 June 2022 | Updated: 13:41 EDT, 22 June 2022

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