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Paul Cockerton

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Deputy Online Editor — Daily Mirror

@DailyMirror deputy online editor. Likes the North, politics, football culture, Hull City AFC & Clapton FC. paul.cockerton@mirror.co.uk. DMs open

Watch Jeremy Corbyn's victory speech in full: Video and transcript of his address re-election as Labour leader

mirror.co.uk — I want to thank the more than 300,000 members and supporters who have given me their support and trust in this Labour leadership election. I am honoured to have won the votes of a majority of members, of affiliated supporters and of registered supporters, who have given me the second mandate in a year to lead our party.

Who will win Strictly Come Dancing? Kristina Rihanoff’s insider predictions

mirror.co.uk — The Sunday Mirror's new Strictly Come Dancing columnist Kristina Rihanoff runs the rule over the new crop. Giving her verdicts on each of this year's pairings, Kristina says she's looking forward to seeing how they all get on. "It's exciting to have such a broad range of characters," she said.

Colin Murray signs off from talkSPORT for final time - here's his farewell speech

mirror.co.uk — Colin Murray yesterday signed off from his talkSPORT show for the final time. The Northern Irishman announced he would quit his weekday daytime show on the sports radio station in July. His final show yesterday ended with Colin and some of his talkSPORT colleagues singing a version of 1980s hit Words Don't Come Easy To Me.

Is Massive Attack member really Banksy? Researcher spends five months investigating spooky parallels with band

mirror.co.uk — A researcher spent five months investigating mystery artist Banksy - and claims it's really a TEAM led by a Massive Attack member. The graffiti star was unmasked in July 2008 as the ex-Bristol Cathedral pupil and public schoolboy Robin Gunningham.

Most popular baby names revealed: Amelia and Oliver top charts - see the top 100 boys and girls

mirror.co.uk — Amelia and Oliver were the most popular first names given to babies born in England and Wales in 2015. The annual list of the UK's most popular baby names has been released by the Office for National Statistics today. Amelia has been in the top spot since 2011 while Oliver has been in the top spot since 2013.

British men 'spend equivalent of eight days a year perfecting their look'

mirror.co.uk — British men spend an equivalent of eight days a year perfecting their look, according to a new survey. And grooming routines are now such a part of the typical man's life he has up to EIGHT items in his washbag. One in four cram eight products including lip balm, anti-ageing and skin exfoliating creams into their bags.

Parents desperate for kids to get better grades at school are 'bribing them with mobile phones and laptops'

mirror.co.uk — Parents desperate for their kids to get better school grades are bribing them with pricey mobile phones and laptops. Two out of three parents has splashed out on expensive tech gadgets to reward children for good school reports, a new report reveals.

Brits 'swapping partying for pilates on their sunshine breaks'

mirror.co.uk — Brits are swapping partying for pilates on their sunshine breaks, a new survey reveals. Busy work schedules and hectic social lives are leaving people with little time to keep fit. And 55% of Brits are now using their summer holiday to catch up on sleep and exercise, researchers have found.

Rio Olympics gold medals are made from SILVER and recycled from mirrors and X-ray plates

mirror.co.uk — We're half-way through the Rio Olympics and Team GB's gold medal haul is well into double figures. Winning gold represents the pinnacle of sporting success and is the dream of top athletes across the globe. But what is in a gold medal and what is it worth to the lucky few who get to take one home?

England manager Sam Allardyce quits as brand ambassador for football betting firm

mirror.co.uk — New England manager Sam Allardyce has quit as brand ambassador for a football betting firm. It comes after a newspaper investigation revealed the company was run by a businessman who ran a similar scheme which went into liquidation. Investors in Worldlink, run by 57-year-old Neil Riches, lost £4m when the site crashed in 2012.
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Sep 19, 2016

Couple more chances here for #hcafc as they finish the game strongly. Still 1-3 though https://t.co/7UXnnihk5j

Sep 19, 2016

GOAL: #hcafc pull one back, Ter Horst scoring after a goalkeeper error. He's been lively today. 1-3 now.

Sep 19, 2016

Best chance so far for #hcafc u21s. Lovely flick header from Ter Horst but Edwards screws it wide. Then he's subbed https://t.co/IKpAeRH4ju

Sep 19, 2016

GOALS: @CPFC 3-0 up within minutes of the restart. Wan-Bissaka after a good solo run then Benteke gets on end of cross. #hcafc

Sep 19, 2016

@AndreThomas_ he's playing well, everything going through his wing

Sep 19, 2016

HALF-TIME: #cpfc U21s 1 #hcafc 0. Like the look of City's very young left-back Brandon Fleming. https://t.co/eCgsUUipm9


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