Arsenal's reliance on duo shows Mikel Arteta has learned Pep Guardiola trait

The recent emergence of two unlikely players at Arsenal shows just how head coach Mikel Arteta is putting his Pep Guardiola education to use
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Prince Charles left 'very moved' after heartbreaking meeting at Buckingham Palace
PRINCE CHARLES was left "very moved" after speaking with a 98-year-old Holocaust survivor.
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KIN at the Peacock Theatre review: Beckett with a drop of Python, but make it circus
This brilliantly executed absurdist show from the British circus troupe is a strange but stunning delight
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England officially ends Plan B as mask rules and vaccine passes are axed
Covid rules in England have changed once again as further restrictions come to an end.
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Former Coronation Street star Sean Ward says he’s homeless after sharing anti-vax views
‘My whole life was in a storage unit. I lost it all,’ actor revealed
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Changes to menstrual cycle following Covid vaccine could be temporary, says expert
Dr Victoria Male blames fears over infertility on ‘misinformation’
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Police investigating mystery tree massacre after beauty spot hacked to pieces by 'group wielding chainsaws'
Council chiefs have confirmed a probe into 'alleged criminal damage'
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Yale scientists invent wearable Covid detector that can tell you how infectious your workplace is
The Fresh Air Clip can be pinned on a lapel or collar and requires no power source to pick up traces of coronavirus in the air around you
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Prince Andrew branded 'entitled plonker' in scathing attack on embattled Duke
PRINCE Andrew has been branded an "entitled plonker" by a commentator.
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Smashed rackets, middle fingers and furious rows: Nick Kyrgios through to Australian Open final
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Anthony Martial announces he is happy to play anywhere for Sevilla after Manchester United exit
He completed his loan move from Manchester United earlier this week
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Masked Singer bosses forced to make major clue changes as fans rumble tricky answers
Viewers of The Masked Singer UK have been furiously trying to guess the identities of this year's celebrity contestants, and now the show’s creators are trying to make sure they keep them a secret for as long as possible
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From face mask rules to travel - everything you can and can't do as restrictions change in England
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Competition watchdog launches probe into music streaming market
The Competition and Markets Authority will be asking if the market is ‘working well for music lovers’.
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Competition watchdog launches probe into music streaming market
The Competition and Markets Authority will be asking if the market is ‘working well for music lovers’.
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Jose Mourinho presented Scott McTominay with candlestick holder for his made-up award at Manchester United’s ceremony
'We got wind of the fact on the night that Jose wanted to make up his own award.'
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Names could be redacted in ‘partygate’ report as Labour fears a ‘cover-up’
Civil service unions have urged that government employees are not 'hung out to dry'.
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'Fallen hero' nurse died from Covid on same day as alleged Downing Street party
Mother of two and heroic nurse Ana Lisa Labrador Sayson, 53, from Glasgow, died of coronavirus on December 15, 2020, the same day an alleged Christmas quiz is said to have been held in London
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EastEnders' Rita Simons 'wanted to hurt herself' amid depression over marriage split
Rita Simons, best known for playing Roxy Mitchell in EastEnders, says she felt so 'deeply sad' after splitting from her husband of 14 years Theo Silverston that she reached 'crisis point'
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ITV has given EastEnders a dangerous blow but it’s the fans who will suffer
I love EastEnders, Coronation Street and Emmerdale - I don't want to have to pick a side.
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Energy crisis lifeline as £100m deal struck to slash bills and 'ensure independence'
THE UK has been handed a huge boost in its bid to regain control of its own energy supplies as the Government has injected £100million into a nuclear project.
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Property price growth SLOWING, Zoopla says
Average prices increased by 1 per cent in the three months to December, taking the rate of annual growth down slightly from 7.7 per cent to 7.4 per cent, the property portal said.
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Australian Open 2022 semi-finals: Ash Barty v Madison Keys – live!
Updates from the women’s semi-finals in MelbourneSwiatek shows steel in seeing off KanepiAnd you can get in touch with John by email or on TwitterBad news for the Australian of the year, whose post-match interviews have been a highlight of the tournament. The home contingent already have something to celebrate. Continue reading...
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Newcastle’s problem in the transfer market? They may have too much money
The Premier League club are desperate for new signings to aid their survival bid - but the rest of Europe are playing hard ball
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Man City transfer news LIVE Erling Haaland to Manchester City latest plus Alvarez and Tielemans updates
Keep up to date with all the latest Manchester City transfer rumours, injury updates and breaking news throughout the day.
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Extremely vulnerable Covid shielders still isolating 2 years on feel 'abandoned'
The Covid shielding programme officially came to an end in September last year, but figures show there are still hundreds of thousands in Britain still unable to go back to normality
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I have lost £40k after falling for an online scam. Can I get it back?
I am 67 and living with terminal liver cancer. I have fallen victim to a scam into which I have put £40,000 of my £47,500 savings account. Is there anyway to get the funds back?
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Minister insists PM did not authorise Afghanistan pet evacuation
A minister has been forced to defend Boris Johnson over claims that he personally authorised the evacuation of almost 200 cats and dogs from Afghanistan when thousands of people were struggling to escape the country before it fell to the Taliban.
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Erling Haaland names three best players in the world with Cristiano Ronaldo missing out
Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland has revealed who he believes are the three best players in the world - but there's no room for Manchester United megastar Cristiano Ronaldo
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Tonga hit by 6.2 magnitude earthquake two weeks after devastating volcanic eruption
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GMB studio erupts into fierce row over Prince Andrew's 'demands for jury trial'
In a discussion on ITV's Good Morning Britain co-hosts Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard watched as ex-Labour advisor Ayesha Hazarika and The Times journalist Quentin Letts clashed over the Prince Andrew allegations
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Pensioner, 72, robbed of stamp collection in north London alleyway
Police have launched an appeal after an elderly man was robbed of his stamp collection in a north London alleyway.
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Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd's controversial Lingard bonus, Liverpool's Gakpo and Diaz boosts plus Chelsea latest
Manchester United have still yet to bring anyone in this month with Jesse Lingard's future still unclear amid interest from Arsenal whilst Liverpool continue to eye Porto star Luis Diaz
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Russia sent dire warning as US swoops in and grabs Putin by scruff of neck: 'We are ready'
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin was sent a dire warning as the US swooped in to deal with the EU energy crisis.
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EasyJet hit by Omicron variant but says demand boosted by move to scrap tests
The low-cost airline said Omicron saw its load factor, a measure of how well it fills its planes, slump to 67% in December.
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EasyJet hit by Omicron variant but says demand boosted by move to scrap tests
The low-cost airline said Omicron saw its load factor, a measure of how well it fills its planes, slump to 67% in December.
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EU ready to sue Britain TODAY as furious Brexit trade row breaks out
BRUSSELS is set to sue the UK as soon as today in a major post-Brexit trade row.
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Care home visitors limit to be lifted from January 31
From the end of the month, there will be no limit on the number of visitors allowed into care homes.
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Bridget Fonda, 58, looks UNRECOGNIZABLE as shy movie star is seen out for the first time in 12 years
Fonda was last photographed publicly in 2009 while attending the premiere of Tarantino's World War II epic Inglorious Basterds in Los Angeles.
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Australian Open 2022 semi finals live: Ashleigh Barty vs Madison Keys score and latest updates
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Liverpool ‘make move for Paulo Dybala’ amid Juventus move for Dusan Vlahovic
It is one of the first whispers of significant incoming transfer possibilities for the Reds this window
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In this debate over 'missing words', it's marginalised people who are most at risk | Finn Mackay
There is no campaign to remove terms like ‘breastfeeding’. Same-sex parents never had our own words to start withSome of our words are missing. Have you noticed? The Labour shadow health secretary, Wes Streeting, has, and he’s angry about it. Earlier this month he gave an impassioned interview for the BBC on Radio 4’s Political Thinking, raising the alarm about missing terms such as “breastfeeding” and “mother”, despite the fact that there is no campaign to remove these terms. Pope Francis has joined the chorus of discontent, warning of attacks on freedom of expression in the name of “cancel culture” and ideological colonisation. Of course, some of us never had our own words to start with. We’ve had to create our own or reclaim terms that have been used against us; we’ve had to find alternatives to the dehumanising language of state and medical institutions. Those of us who are lesbian or gay parents, mothers or fathers, have found new words to help others understand us and make our lives visible and valid: othermothers, gaybies, co-parents, daddy and pappa, MaPa, mummies and mummas. Not bad, considering we weren’t even allowed to exist a few years ago.Finn Mackay is the author of Female Masculinities and the Gender Wars and is a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of the West of England in Bristol Continue reading...
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Energy crisis: where could Europe’s gas come from if Russia cuts exports?
Threat of war with Ukraine has led to fears of gas shortages in Europe, but there are alternative suppliesRising tensions on the Russia-Ukraine border have raised fears that Europe’s gas supply crisis could become far more serious. Gas market prices have already surpassed record highs and threaten to saddle European households with a cost of living crisis.Russia is Europe’s largest supplier of gas, of which a third flows through Ukraine’s gas pipelines to countries across the continent. Russian gas flows have been a quarter lower than usual over the past year, but European leaders now fear that a Russian invasion of Ukraine could spell an energy catastrophe if gas exports are cut. Continue reading...
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Just in time: why we keep running out of everything – video
The global supply chain seems to be in a perpetual state of crisis. Whether it's groceries, petrol or microchips for electric vehicles, everything keeps running out. But why is it happening? The crux of the matter lies in the way our global supply chain works, and how companies have come to rely on a unique system of efficiency called 'just in time', developed in Japan in the late 1960s and early 70s. Josh Toussaint-Strauss explores how the prevalence of 'just in time' supply systems are contributing to a global supply chain crisis Continue reading...
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Tom Harrison can’t even talk a good game any more, so why is he still in charge? | Andy Bull
Cricket’s executives are unrepresentative of the sport and hopelessly ill-equipped to tackle the problems it facesAnd it all started so well. The England and Wales Cricket Board’s chief executive, Tom Harrison, began his appearance in front of the DCMS select committee with earnest thanks, to the MPs for the opportunity, and to Azeem Rafiq for his testimony, then eased into a well-rehearsed spiel about everything the ECB has been doing.He spoke about Inspiring Generations, the South-Asian Action Plan, the transformed women and girls pathway, his 12-point plan, £25m of new investment, how he had matched funding with broadcast partners, built a burgeoning link with Kick It Out, launched a new anti-discrimination unit, a dressing-room culture review, a game-wide census, and sweeping governance reform. Continue reading...
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On Holocaust Memorial Day let’s commit to ridding football of antisemitism
Hate in the stadium does not stay in the stadium and we all have a responsibility to remember and actIf you have visited Stamford Bridge over the past years, you may well have spotted a 12-metre-tall mural, hanging high on the West Stand wall. Painted by the British-Israeli street artist Solomon Souza, it depicts three footballers: Julius Hirsch and Árpád Weisz, Jewish players murdered at Auschwitz, and Ron Jones, an English POW and Auschwitz survivor.Today, on the 77th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, the world commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance Day. We honour Hirsch, Weisz and the millions of people who were brutally murdered, alongside the millions of others targeted and killed by the Nazis and their collaborators. Continue reading...
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Southern Brave to launch men’s Hundred defence against Welsh Fire in August
Reigning women’s champions Oval Invincibles will take on Northern Superchargers in their opening match.
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