Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne kiss after family breakfast as Natalie Nunn’s husband arrives in the UK – The Sun

I'M A Celeb champion Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osborne kissed in London this morning – as Natalie Nunn's husband landed in the UK.

While the pair were having breakfast Jacob Payne was seen striding through Heathrow airport after Chloe Ayling said she and his wife had a threesome with Dan.


The 29-year-old wasn't wearing his wedding ring as he arrived in London, where Celebrity Big Brother star Natalie is also currently staying.

She arrived in the country yesterday – wearing her wedding ring and with a determined look on her face as she prepared to confront Chloe.

Fuming Natalie posted her location as "London, UK" writing: "Y'all woke the bad girl the f**k up now!"

Chloe, 22, Dan, 28, and Natalie, 34, met on Celebrity Big Brother last year.



Model Chloe told The Sun how she had a threesome with former Towie star Dan and Natalie after the trio were pictured partying in central London and the two girls were snapped kissing in the street.

Jac and Dan were today pictured heading off for breakfast with daughters Mia, one, and Ella, four.

The family were seen strolling down the street with Dan defying the icy weather in a pair of shorts and he carried their youngest child.

At one point, Jac looked over sternly as she spoke on her phone.



However, she later broke out into giggles in one shot where she and Dan were seen roaring with laughter.

He later saw her to her car, leaning in and kissing her goodbye before helping Jac close the door.

The pair had a difficult start this morning when they were woken up by their jet-lagged children at 2.30am.

Jac, Dan and the family returned back to the UK yesterday – narrowly avoiding a run-in with Natalie Nunn at the airport.


But the ex-EastEnders star had a treat waiting for her at home as her family and friends threw her a huge victory celebration.

There was a massive spread of food, green balloons everywhere and even a Prosecco bar.

The delighted star was seen charging into the bash, where the words "Queen of the Jungle" and a crown had been stuck to the wall.

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Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne kiss after family breakfast as Natalie Nunn’s husband arrives in the UK – The Sun

I'M A Celeb champion Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osborne kissed in London this morning – as Natalie Nunn's husband landed in the UK.

While the pair were having breakfast Jacob Payne was seen striding through Heathrow airport after Chloe Ayling said she and his wife had a threesome with Dan.


The 29-year-old wasn't wearing his wedding ring as he arrived in London, where Celebrity Big Brother star Natalie is also currently staying.

She arrived in the country yesterday – wearing her wedding ring and with a determined look on her face as she prepared to confront Chloe.

Fuming Natalie posted her location as "London, UK" writing: "Y'all woke the bad girl the f**k up now!"

Chloe, 22, Dan, 28, and Natalie, 34, met on Celebrity Big Brother last year.



The model told how she had a threesome with former Towie star Dan and Natalie after the trio were pictured partying in central London and the two girls were snapped kissing in the street.

Across town Jac and Dan were heading off for breakfast with daughters Mia, one, and Ella, four.

The family were seen strolling down the street with Dan defying the icy weather in a pair of shorts and he carried their youngest child.

At one point, Jac looked over sternly as she spoke on her phone.

However, she later broke out into giggles in one shot where she and Dan were seen roaring with laughter.

He later saw her to her car, leaning in and kissing her goodbye before helping Jac close the door.

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William and Kate Look the Part of Future King and Queen at Reception: Pics

Bow down! Prince William and Duchess Kate radiated regality at a diplomatic reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II.

The royal couple attended the event at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, December 11. Kate, 37, beamed in a black V-neck, long-sleeved gown, accented by a tiara, blue sash and diamond necklace. William, also 37, sported a black tuxedo and matching sash.

“The reception, hosted by Her Majesty The Queen, was attended by members of the Diplomatic Corps based in London — who support the work of @theroyalfamily in representing the UK at home and abroad,” Kensington Palace’s official Instagram account posted on Wednesday. “This work includes the hosting of State Visits and The Queen’s regular audiences with Ambassadors and High Commissioners.”

William and Kate — who are parents of Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 19 months — continue to take on a more public role than Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan as the holidays approach. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who welcomed son Archie in May, opted to skip the queen’s Christmas festivities in favor of a private celebration.

According to Buckingham Palace in November, Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, “are looking forward to extended family time towards the end of this month. Having spent the last two Christmases at Sandringham, [the couple] will spend the holiday this year, as a new family, with the duchess’ mother, Doria [Ragland]. This decision is in line with precedent set previously by other members of the royal family, and has the support of Her Majesty The Queen.”

Harry admitted to bad blood with William in Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, which aired in October. “Stuff happens,” he explained at the time. “But look, we’re brothers, we’ll always be brothers. We’re certainly on different paths at the moment but I’ll always be there for him and as I know he’ll always be there for me.”

A source told Us Weekly exclusively in November that the feud led Harry to forego Christmas with the royals. “Harry and Meghan are having a small Christmas with just immediate family instead of spending it at Sandringham,” the insider said. “The rift between William and Harry is one of the main reasons behind their decision.”

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Woman drugged and raped is called 's**t' by her attacker's girlfriend

Extraordinary scenes in court as woman who was drugged and raped while she was asleep is called ‘s**t’ by her attacker’s girlfriend

  • Man pleaded guilty to drugging and sexually assaulting of flatmate 
  • The man had moved into the woman’s unit two weeks before the 2016 attack 
  • Court heard he spiked the woman’s drink with the drug GHB then assaulted her 
  • He was sentenced on Monday to two years prison, suspended after six months 

A woman who was drugged and sexually assaulted by her flatmate was called a s**t in court by her attacker’s girlfriend on Monday. 

The woman’s flatmate had put the drug GHB, known as fantasy, in her drink when they had shared a bottle of wine and some vodka in August 2016. 

The woman became unconscious and woke up to the 34-year-old flatmate kissing her and her pants had been removed, the court heard according to The Gold Coast Bulletin. 

A woman who was drugged and sexually assaulted by her flatmate was called a s**t in court by her attacker’s girlfriend on Monday 

Toxicology tests showed there was GHB in her urine but she had never knowingly taken the drug 

Toxicology tests showed there was GHB in her urine but she had never knowingly taken the drug. 

The man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim, had moved into the unit just two weeks before the incident. 

The now 37-year-old appeared in Southport District Court on Monday and plead guilty to one count of administering a drug for the purpose of sexual assault and sexual assault. 

He was sentenced to two years prison, suspended after six months. 

At the conclusion of proceedings the man’s girlfriend walked passed the victim, who had been crying, and reportedly said s**t. 

She then followed that up by telling the woman: ‘I am going to get you, you dog’. 

The defence barrister for the man said he was fully clothed during the assault and had undergone counselling since the incident. 

He also said the man’s motivation was to make the woman more easily persuaded rather than to render her unconscious. 

When delivering the sentence, Judge Catherine Muir, however, said the attack was a serious breach of trust by the man who the woman had allowed to live in her unit. 

When delivering the sentence, Judge Catherine Muir, however, said the attack was a serious breach of trust by the man who the woman had allowed to live in her unit 

 

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Mom, 17 and grandmother suspected baby had taken their heroin but he died after they put him to bed anyway, cops say – The Sun

A 17-YEAR-old mom and grandmother have been charged after the teen's baby boy overdosed on heroin and fentanyl.


But they put him to bed anyway, taking a “wait and see” approach and only dialed 911 when they found him unresponsive the following morning, cops say.

Anne Arundel County Police and fire departments responded to the infant's Maryland, US, home on July 27 at around 9.28am – but after taking him to the hospital he was pronounced dead at 10.19am.

About 18 days after Niyear's death, a search warrant of the house revealed that every room had empty capsules with trace powdery substances.

Police said: "Upon completion of the search warrant over one hundred gel caps were recovered from the floor, the infant’s diaper bag, and various other areas within the residence.

"Upon conclusion the capsules recovered from the mother’s bedroom tested positive for both Heroin and Fentanyl."

Further investigations revealed Laurie had driven baby Nuyear and her two daughters to Baltimore City to buy heroin the day before.

Both Alexus and Laurie have been charged with first-degree child abuse resulting in death, second-degree child abuse, manslaughter, and reckless endangerment.

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner performed an autopsy and confirmed: "Fentanyl and Morphine were present in the infant’s blood, liver, and stomach contents."

According the police department's Wednesday press release: "The Anne Arundel County Police and State’s Attorney’s Office is aware of the opioid epidemic facing this county and our nation.

"Since April 20, 2017, a new pilot program, “Safe Stations”, was implemented in response to the growing opioid epidemic and the Governor’s declared State of Emergency."

Despite arrests being made, police are still investigating and urge anyone with information to call the Anne Arundel County Homicide Unit at 410-222-4731.

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I'm proud Beyonce and Miley are in my Spotify Wrapped list

It’s that time of year again.

We’re on the final straight to Christmas via the annual office party shmooze, and just as we approach the time when everyone starts telling us what to listen to in 2020, out comes streaming giant Spotify with Spotify Wrapped, a handy infographic that floods the world’s social media feeds on what music you’ve been hammering over the past 12 months.

As we’re also at the end of another decade it’s thrown in the bonus treat of illuminating your favourite artist of the last 10 years – and this is where you see if you’ve been bingeing on the cool or the cringe-worthy.

While you might be umming and ahhing about whether to share with the world that you exclusively listened to Craig David’s 7 Days in 2013 or played Thank U, Next on repeat after a tough break up last year, I urge you to own your guilty pleasures.

We should wear these songs like a badge of honour because music is all about making connections, and having these artists on your Wrapped means their work has struck a chord.

My Spotify Wrapped showed that my most listened to artist this year was Rival Consoles, who makes expansive, ambient and atmospheric electronic music (which occasionally enters the territory of a techno banger).

As a DJ and music journalist who very much champions left-field alternative and electronic music, the main result was not surprising.

What was slightly more so was that it highlighted my love for the catalogues of pop princesses Beyonce, Dua Lipa and Mabel and the heavy rotation of Miley Cyrus’s Slide Away. And I’m not ashamed to say it.

With access to the world’s music online on these small devices we carry around and look at far too much, there’s no place for shaming others for the music they love.

Peoples’ tastes are more diverse than ever. The snobby garden walls of music subcultures have, in some ways, crumbled into dust since we stopped being able to boast about our CD collection.

Whether you’ve been in heartbreak hotel or riding high on the wings of love, spending your time in the house of fun or the house of pain will no doubt discern what’s been played in your ears.

And this is a glorious development.

Music is such a personal thing, often impacted by your year’s life events and circumstances, too. Whether you’ve been in heartbreak hotel or riding high on the wings of love, spending your time in the house of fun or the house of pain will no doubt discern what’s been played in your ears.

My tastes from the past year include everything from Lana Del Rey to Foals, Little Simz to Nick Cave, Floating Points and James Blake.

While my Apple Music playlists is a collection of the music I’m being sent, playing on the radio, writing about, putting in DJ sets, my Spotify account is purely for pleasures, sometimes of the guilty kind.

In case you want to start measuring up, Post Malone and Billie Eilish were the top streamed artists of the year – and by and large, 2019 has gifted us some top quality music.

While in the main Ed Sheeran and Drake might be the most streamed artists of the decade (in which streaming also became the prominent way of listening) it hasn’t changed the fact that people by nature tend to revisit the artists they love.

This is why Rihanna is in the top streamed females of the decade and we haven’t had an album from her since Anti in 2016.

As much as people want the new music beast fed constantly, the artists that endure are those that make the most timeless music that we want to go back to because it’s comforting and makes us feel something.

And if that feeling manifests itself in us singing Taylor Swift’s classic Shake It Off into a hairbrush, there shouldn’t be any shame in that.

With music being so communal it’s a lovely thing that you can get an insight into your own habits with Spotify Wrapped and share your music discoveries with others, even if there’s a slightly unhealthy amount of Celine Dion lurking in the midst.

If I’m to practice what I’m preaching here, the more that’s said about that the better!

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350 convicted and suspected terrorists have been freed in seven years

Jihadis on our streets: 350 convicted and suspected terrorists have been freed in the past seven years, latest figures reveal

  • Public furious that London Bridge terrorist had been granted freedom
  • His attack has sparked debate about the release of extremists in the UK
  • It emerged today that 353 convicted or suspected jihadis have been freed 

Usman Khan was released from prison before unleashing the London Bridge terror attack last week. Figures show hundreds of others suspected or convicted of terror offences have also been freed in the last seven years

More than 350 convicted and suspected terrorists have been freed from prison over the last seven years, shocking figures show.

There were 41 convicted terrorists released from jail in the year to June as well as 12 suspects who had been held in custody but not sentenced, according to the Home Office.

Overall, 353 terror criminals and suspects have been released from prison between June 2012 and June 2019, of which 245 were convicted of offences.

It is not known how many more have been released in the last six months. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) said it was unable to provide the latest figures.

The figures emerged less than a week after the London Bridge terror attack which claimed the lives of Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt.

Convicted terrorist Usman Khan embarked on a killing spree while attending a prisoner rehabilitation programme at Fishmongers’ Hall last Friday afternoon.

The 28-year-old, armed with two knives and wearing a fake suicide vest, was tackled by members of the public, including ex-offenders from the conference, before he was shot dead by police.

Pictured: The extremists jailed with Khan in 2012 over a plot to blow up the London Stock Exchange, three of whom are now free

Khan, a British national from Staffordshire, was released from prison on licence in December 2018, halfway through a 16-year prison sentence after he was convicted of terror offences in February 2012.

He was part of an al Qaida-inspired terror group – linked to radical preacher Anjem Choudary – that plotted to bomb the London Stock Exchange and build a terrorist training camp on land in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir owned by his family.

A list of other potential targets included the names and addresses of the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral in London, then London mayor Boris Johnson, two rabbis, and the American Embassy in London.

He was one of around 3,000 live subjects of interest being monitored by MI5 since his release, but all freed convicted offenders are the focus of lower level investigations.

It is understood a risk assessment was carried out by police and probation officers on Khan’s latest trip to London and attendance at the event, as would be standard practice with all prisoners and offenders on licence in such circumstances. Police and probation staff would have been at the event.

The MoJ – which was involved in the event organised by the University of Cambridge and the Learning Together programme – said it could not comment on the risk assessment while the police investigation into the incident continued.

The latest attack – which took place just weeks after the terror threat level was lowered from severe to substantial – prompted concerns over the length of sentences terrorists faced in prisons and the conditions they were subjected to on release.

As a result, the Government has launched an urgent review of currently serving prisoners at risk of radicalisation as well as convicted offenders who have since been released from jail is ongoing.

Police, security services and probation teams are examining the files of around 200 known extremists with some reportedly facing bans from large towns and cities.

About 70 of the cases relate to convicted terrorists freed on licence before the end of their sentences.

Anjem Choudary was jailed for five and a half years for inviting support for a terrorist organisation when he swore an oath of allegiance to Islamic State. He was released automatically on licence in October. He is pictured earlier this month

The files of another 150 are said to also be on the list as part of the review – including inmates approaching release and suspects who were arrested under terrorism laws but later convicted of lesser offences and are now free.

MI5 has around 600 live investigations at any one time and since the Westminster terror attack in March 2017, 25 plots have been thwarted by police and security services.

Mohammed Chowdhury was jailed along with Khan in 2012. He has since been freed and recalled to prison twice

Since the September 11 2001 terror attack, 3,769 people were arrested for terrorist-related activity and 525 were convicted under terror laws, according to the latest figures.

Some 61% of those arrested (2,781) said they were British or had a dual nationality.

The number of arrests has dropped 20% in the last year, from 259 people detained for terrorism-related activity in the year ending September 30 compared with the 325 arrests in the same period in 2018.

Of these, 96 (37%) were released on bail or released under investigation – meaning they were not subjected to any restrictions while inquiries into the offences continued.

There were 88 (34%) charged and 62 of these were for terrorism-related offences.

A further 14 (5%) received a caution, were recalled to prison or handed over to immigration authorities and 60 suspects (23%) were released without charge.

Overall there were 224 people held in custody for terrorism-related offences in the country in the year to the end of September.

Members of the public tackled Khan during the London Bridge terror attack on Friday

The ‘vast majority’, 77% (173), were branded as holding Islamist-extremist views, the data report said.

A further 17% were categorised as holding far right-wing ideologies.

Commonly, sentences are consistently less than four years.

Just one offender in the last year was handed a life sentence, down from seven in the previous year, and the number of long-term sentences of more than 10 years also fell.

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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom Are Postponing Their Wedding

It’s easy to flip through winter wedding color schemes on Pinterest and plan your dream wedding regardless of whether you’re even dating anyone (hi, it me), but tons of people actually pull the trigger and tie the knot in December. Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom were in that same boat and allegedly planned a whole ~winter wedding~ of their own, but new reports say they’ve chosen to postpone it.

Before you get ahead of yourself with speculating, though, it doesn’t actually sound that dramatic.

Us Weekly’s insiders say in order to get the venue they wanted, Katy and Orlando had to tweak their wedding plans.

“They changed the timing due to the location they want,” said the source. “They’re beyond in love.”

Apparently, they’re planning not one but two events, so a lot is going into it. “They’re going to have one local wedding party and the other will be a destination wedding party,” the source added.

Orlando proposed to Katy on Valentine’s Day this year with a $5 million pink ring after they started dating in 2016, but they’re in no rush down the aisle. Katy said part of the reason they’re fine with taking a more leisurely approach is because they’ve both been married before. (Katy was married to Russell Brand from 2010 to 2012 and Orlando to Miranda Kerr from 2010 to 2013.)

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“I think we’re doing really great, and we’re really doing the hard work laying a beautiful foundation before we start to build a massive house,” she said during an interview with the KIIS Kyle and Jackie O Show earlier this year.

“It’s important for us to do the work before we go and take this really big next step. We were both married before and it’s not the same in your 30s.”


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Feeding babies peanuts and eggs from three months slashes risk of allergies, study claims – The Sun

FEEDING babies peanuts and eggs from three months slashes the risk of developing allergies, a study suggests.

British researchers found tots who were breastfed and given high-risk foods were up to half as likely to suffer.

The King's College London scientists analysed data on 1,303 English and Welsh kids who were tracked for three years.

Half were introduced to six foods that can trigger allergic reactions while being breastfed from three to six months.The others were exclusively breastfed to six months.

All were tested at the start of the trial to see if they were sensitive to peanutspeanutspeanuts, eggs, milk, sesame, fish and wheat.

They made regular visits to a clinic and parents were quizzed about their youngster’s diet and allergic reactions.

Among those with any sensitivity at the start, some 34.2 per cent developed an allergy in the exclusively breastfed group.

But the figure was just 19.2 per cent in the early introduction group.

Among those with an initial sensitivity to peanut, 33.3 per cent and 14.3 per cent developed a peanut allergy. And for egg, the figures were 48.7 per cent and 20 per cent.

'SIGNIFICANT IMPLICATIONS'

There was no difference in allergy rates between the groups in children with no sensitivities at the start of the trial.

Parents in the early introduction group were given strict instructions about the quantity and timing for each food.

But many struggled to follow them properly, due to fussy kids, their own concerns or practical lifestyle constraints.

Study leader Prof Gideon Lack said: “These results have significant implications and are informative when it comes to infant feeding recommendations concerning allergies and the development of new guidelines."

“If early introduction to certain allergenic foods became a part of these recommendations, we also have data that tells us what populations may need extra support when it comes to implementing the recommendations."

“As more research about early introduction of specific food allergens continues, we will get closer to new early introduction recommendations that will hopefully help to prevent food allergies in the future.”

Dr Michael Perkin, who worked on the trial at St George’s Hospital, South London, said: “We have shown that the early introduction of foods that causes allergies can significantly reduce the chances of high-risk infants developing peanut and egg allergy."

“Our research adds to the body of evidence that early introduction of allergenic foods may play a significant role in curbing the allergy epidemic.”

Around 7 per cent of British children are thought to suffer from food allergies, which can be life-threatening. Natasha Ednan-Laperouse died aged 15 in 2016 after suffering a reaction to sesame in a Pret a Manger baguette.

Guidance from the UK Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition says: “The available evidence indicates that the deliberate exclusion or delayed introduction of peanut or hen’s egg beyond 6 to 12 months of age may increase the risk of allergy to the same foods.”

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Smart curtains, and why I’m banned from testing gadgets at mum’s house

At their best, smart home gadgets either make your home more accessible or help you with those little things you forget to do before sitting down with a hot meal. At their worst, they break stuff that was already perfectly fine.

I don’t need smart lights, but my dream is to have good quality smart blinds. A bit more than a year ago I moved into one of those inner-city apartments where all the external walls are windows, which seemed like a great idea until summer came and I realised we couldn’t have air conditioning.

At 2.30pm every day, the west-facing windows turn from being a TV tuned to today’s episode of Nobody Knows How to do a Hook Turn into one of those experiments your sociopathic neighbour did with magnifying glasses and ants.

While I’m usually pretty good at closing the curtains in time, it’s easy to get caught up in work or forget to do it before a meeting, and find the living room unable to serve its primary purpose. So, automating the blinds to close as it starts to get too hot is The Dream.

There are a few different ways to achieve this goal. The most straightforward, of course, is to just replace the old dumb blinds with new smart blinds, where the wiring is all integrated and the motor is in the shaft.

After you get the quote for doing that, followed by the doctor’s bill for treating your heart attack, you realise that it isn’t actually a good option unless you’re renovating or need to replace the blinds anyway.

Beyond that there aren’t many local options to sell you a ready-made device to get the job done, but online retailer Oz Smart Things does sell two different small motors you can attach to the chain that drives your blinds.

The Oz Smart Blinds option for retrofitting your curtains is affordable, but don’t use it with heavy blinds or metal chains.

The Oz Smart Blinds branded option is the more affordable at $170. If you buy a separate hub you can set schedules or control it via voice using Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Or you can just press the button on the unit or included remote.

Unfortunately my blinds are too heavy for this unit, despite being in the recommended size range. So I went and tested the unit on the blinds in my mother’s apartment, and that’s how I learned that it’s not compatible with a metal chain. The turn is too tight and the motor will bend and snap the chain. I am now banned from testing things at my mother’s apartment.

However, this story has a happy ending. The other motor, the Soma Smart Blinds Shades ( $230) has enough grunt to open and close my blinds. The unit is small and surprisingly quiet. It manages to be quiet because the blinds move at a glacial pace, but speed is unlikely to be a priority.

The Soma unit is more heavy duty and has a rechargeable battery.

The unit’s battery claims to last up to three months, and doesn’t take long to recharge, or you can use it plugged either into the wall or a small solar panel which sticks to your window. The solar panel sounds nice in theory, but does block more of the window than I'd like.

It helps if you can install it on a wall with a stud, because the act of opening the blinds requires some tension, particularly if your blinds are inconveniently heavy. But using multiple 3M adhesive strips has so far been reasonably effective on the metal uprights between each of my windows.

You need to buy the separate Soma Connect for $130 if you want to connect your blinds to your network and control them with Siri, Google, Alexa or other apps. If you don't, the only way to control them is through Soma's app, so if you can't find your phone you can't move the blinds. Although the app knows what the temperature is outside, you can’t set the blinds to close automatically at, say, 25 degrees, or sunrise. You can only set it by time.

There are definitely some kinks to work out when it comes to retrofitting smart blinds, but if you don’t mind a lack of buttons, the Soma is your best local choice.

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