Striking images of Irish traveller children

Life on the road: Young girls smoke cigarettes while others get glammed-up in striking images of Irish traveller children for new book about the prejudices they face The pictures were taken by professional US-based photographer Jamie Johnson over the course of five years  Johnson was given unprecedented access to photograph the notoriously private Irish traveller community Images show girls no

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Topless David Beckham shows off his tan in Versace swimming shorts on holiday with Romeo, Cruz and Brooklyn in Greece

DAVID Beckham proved he's still worthy of his sex symbol status as he hit the beach in Greece in a pair of tiny Versace swim shorts. The retired footballer, 45, showed off his athletic, tattoo-covered figure as he hung out with sons Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 17, and Cruz, 15. Becks looked trendy in shades and the £360 Le Pop Classique

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NHS paid compensation of more than 1.4billion for negligence last year

NHS paid record compensation of more than 1.4billion for negligence last year – almost double the amount paid five years ago There were a record number of claims cases in which damages were paid out  NHS Resolution chairman Ian Dilks said negligence is the ‘elephant in the room’  John O’Connell, of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said the NHS should ‘get a

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Thousands of Israelis join in renewed anti-Netanyahu protests

Weekly demonstrations call for Netanyahu’s resignation, insisting a PM on trial for alleged corruption must step down. Thousands of demonstrators have once again filled the streets near the official residence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a renewed show of strength as weeks of protests calling for his resignation showed no signs of slowing. The protesters were angry at

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Foreign journalists warn of Hong Kong visa delays

Foreign journalists in Hong Kong are facing “highly unusual” visa delays at a time of high tension between the US and China, a group representing international media has said. The Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) suggested visas were being used “as a weapon in international disputes”. Foreign media face restrictions on the Chinese mainland but Hong Kong has long been an

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Thousands of Covid deaths 'to be removed after counting blunder'

Thousands of coronavirus deaths ‘will be wiped off the government’s official toll’ after urgent review into counting fiasco that included people who had recovered and died of other causes in the toll Public Health England was miscounting coronavirus death, official review found Counted victims if they died from any cause months later after beating disease Could see up to 4,000

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