Barcelona 'suspicious' of Man Utd and Liverpool as Ousmane Dembele situation escalates

Barcelona reportedly believe Ousmane Dembele is being offered to Premier League rivals Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea ahead of the January transfer window
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How to hang a Christmas wreath without damaging your door
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Witnesses filmed victim of stabbing as he bled to death on the ground
'My neighbour desperately tried to help him but couldn't get through the crowd.'
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Ramesh Balwani: Who is Elizabeth Holmes’ ex at the heart of the Theranos trial
Former boyfriend and business partner to Elizabeth Holmes on trial for fraud and accused of abuse
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Jack Grealish reveals he was ‘really close’ to joining Manchester United
Manchester United eventually lost out to rivals Manchester City.
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Kaavan the world's loneliest elephant makes new friends in his new Cambodian jungle
Kaavan the elephant, who was kept in captivity for 35 years, is now thriving in the Cambodian jungle a year after he was rescued from a Pakistani Zoo, an animal welfare group has said.
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Johnson insists Christmas parties should happen as booster jab campaign ramps up
The Prime Minister promised that everyone eligible for a booster will be offered one by the end of January.
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Aaron Carter 'devastated' as he splits from fiancée one week after son's birth
Singer Aaron Carter and his fiancée of five-months have 'agreed to go their separate ways' just a week after they welcomed a son together
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Parish priests’ role in real life – and as seen on TV | Letters
Cate Gunn on the integral role the clergy used to play in small communities, George Pattison on what it is to be a ‘real vicar’, and Danny Sullivan on the authentic portrayal of a priest in the TV series BrokenRe your editorial (26 November) on Justin Welby’s complaint about the way Anglican clergy are portrayed on television, maybe the problem with the perception of clergy is in part due to the church itself, which has become more centralised and managerial. The role of the parish priest has been diminished, even to the point of disappearance in some rural parishes.When I was a child in the 1960s, my father was a priest in charge of a large parish in north Derbyshire. On a visit back a few years ago, I found that older members of the Mothers’ Union vividly remembered one story about his time there. When he was visiting a new mother, he found that she was in need of urgent medical attention. He knew all the women in the parish who had recently given birth and dashed round them until he found the midwife, who was out on her rounds. While she was tending to the mother and arranging her admission to hospital, I believe my mother looked after the baby. Continue reading...
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Museums must do more to acknowledge Britain’s colonial past | Letter
Wendy Barnaby praises the Tate Britain curator David Bailey for addressing the legacy of slavery, and says other galleries and institutions must follow suitHurrah for Tate Britain’s David Bailey (Curator of Tate Caribbean-British exhibition says UK museums must face up to past, 29 November). I recently went to the new Humboldt Forum in Berlin, where exhibits are presented as part of the environment in which they were collected. Its Matter(s) of Perspectives exhibition uses school textbooks, sculptures and interviews to examine how German colonisers and the people of Cameroon, Namibia and Oceania saw each other. Continue reading...
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More than a third of world’s population has never used the internet, says UN
Estimated 2.9 billion people, 37% of the population, have never been online despite overall rise in internet use2.9 billion people – 37% of the world’s population – have never used the internet, according to the United Nations, despite the Covid-19 pandemic driving people online.The UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU) estimated that 96% of those 2.9 billion live in developing countries. Continue reading...
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How effective are face coverings at reducing the spread of Covid-19?
New measures to slow the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant came into force in England on Tuesday.
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US football coach's awkward text to players after agreeing £75m deal to join new team
'My love for you is limitless' Brian Kelly told his players – as the news broke he was leaving them to accept a mega-money offer from another team
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Truss urges Nato allies to block Russia’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline
Concern over pipeline system route bypassing Kyiv echoed by Britain’s foreign secretaryBritain’s foreign secretary has joined a last-minute push to urge Nato allies to block the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, warning that Moscow would exploit its position if Europe nations became reliant on it for energy.Liz Truss, at her first Nato foreign ministers meeting in Riga, also warned that Russia would be making a strategic mistake if it invaded Ukraine, promising an economic and diplomatic response by Nato. Continue reading...
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Man, 37, arrested on suspicion of extreme right-wing terrorism by police
The 37-year-old, who was arrested in the early hours of Tuesday, is being held on suspicion of the preparation or instigation of terrorist acts, the Metropolitan Police have said
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FTSE falls back below 7,000 mark as global virus fears rumble on
The FTSE 100 closed the day down 0.7%.
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Paralysed jockey sues fellow racer for £6million over fall that left him in a wheelchair
Former Flat jockey Freddy Tylicki is suing fellow rider Graham Gibbons for £6m, with the negligence claim having begun in High Court
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Zara owner Inditex names founder’s daughter as chair
Marta Ortega, 37, daughter of Amancio Ortega, to be installed as head of board in AprilThe daughter of the founder of the Spanish retail giant Inditex, which owns the high street chains Zara, Bershka and Massimo Dutti, has been named as the company’s next chair in the culmination of a “generational handover process”.Marta Ortega, 37, the daughter of Amancio Ortega, 85, the majority shareholder of the world’s largest fashion retailer and Spain’s richest man with an estimated £53bn fortune, will be installed as head of the board from 1 April. Continue reading...
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Sajid Javid gives Christmas warning as Boris Johnson insists lockdown is 'unlikely'
The Government is 'throwing everything' at the booster programme to battle the Omicron variant - with boosters to be offered to all adults by January 31
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Omicron variant was in Netherlands days before South Africa first sounded alarm, officials reveal
Focus had been on two flights from Johannesburg and Capetown which landed at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport on 26 November
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Manchester United star Edinson Cavani hails Jadon Sancho’s attitude after overcoming ‘tough period’
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Who is eligible for the Covid booster vaccine and how can you book it?
The booster programme is being ramped up.
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Paedophile ex-coach Barry Bennell denies Man City connection as men sue club
Barry Bennell has given evidence at a High Court trial after eight men made damages claims against Manchester City Football Club - the club deny the mens' claim that the relationship between Bennell and City was 'one of employment or one akin to employment'
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OPINION - Keep Calm and Have Another Press Conference
Ever mindful of this newsletter’s publication time, Boris Johnson is set to host a press conference at four o’clock this afternoon alongside NHS chief executive Amanda Pritchard and Health Secretary Sajid Javid.
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Woman shares eye trick that makes people fall instantly fall in love with you
A woman has gone viral on TikTok after she shared a psychology trick that she claims can make someone instantly fall in love with you - and people are rushing to try it out
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Strictly week 11 song and dance list announced as AJ and John go head-to-head with Salsa
Strictly Come Dancings AJ Odudu and John Whaite will both perform the latin routine on Saturday night as the couples compete in the quarter final
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Lionel Messi's historic Ballon d'Or triumph turns Johan Cruyff prophecy into reality
Paris Saint-Germain superstar Lionel Messi has won the Ballon d'Or a record seven times... nearly a decade after Johan Cruyff predicted he would make history
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Alec Baldwin cleans out family car after child’s mishap as he steps out in New York City
He shares six children with his wife Hilaria.
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Russia: Covid-denying rebel monk jailed for encouraging suicides
Father Sergiy, who claims Vladimir Putin works for Satan, urged believers to ‘die for Russia’Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA rebel Russian monk who castigated the Kremlin and denied that the coronavirus existed has been convicted on accusations of encouraging suicides and given a 3½-year prison sentence.The monk, Father Sergiy, was arrested in December 2020 on charges of inciting suicidal actions through sermons in which he urged believers to “die for Russia”, breaching the freedom of conscience and making arbitrary moves. He rejected the accusations and his lawyers said they would appeal Tuesday’s ruling by Moscow’s Izmailovo district court. Continue reading...
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What happened to Emma Fillipoff? Search continues nine years after her disappearance
Emma Fillipoff was 26 years old when she disappeared from the Empress Hotel in Vancouver, Canada, on 28 November 2012
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Tiger Woods ‘lucky to be alive’ after car crash and has ‘long way to go’ in recovery
The 15-time major winner said he was in pain throughout as he addressed his first press conference since February’s crash
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Hillsborough victim and screenwriter nominated for Freedom of Liverpool
Andrew Devine, 55, died in July, more than 32 years after he suffered serious injuries at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.
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Hillsborough victim and screenwriter nominated for Freedom of Liverpool
Andrew Devine, 55, died in July, more than 32 years after he suffered serious injuries at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.
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Thousands suffer ‘almost intolerable’ power cut after Storm Arwen
Nearly 17,000 properties across Scotland were still without power on Tuesday morning.
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Prince William praises brave Afghan refugees who risked their lives to work for UK Government
The Duke of Cambridge praised the bravery of Afghan refugees who risked their lives to work for the British Government and military as they embark on the “traumatic” process of starting new lives in the UK.
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‘Head of propaganda’ for UK neo-Nazi group faces jail after conviction
Ben Raymond was found guilty of membership of far-right group NS131, which promoted racial hatredA man has been convicted of acting as “head of propaganda” for a banned neo-Nazi terror group set up to wage a race war in Britain.Ben Raymond, 32, co-founded the “unapologetically racist” organisation National Action in 2013, which promoted ethnic cleansing, as well as attacks on LGBTQ+ people and liberals. Continue reading...
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Children engage more with stories if they're read from a real book, study claims
Parents talked more to their children when reading them a real book, while youngsters also responded more than if a tablet was used, according to researchers at the University of Michigan.
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Dr Oz expected to launch GOP campaign for Pennsylvania Senate
TV star’s name recognition could make him a top contender for GOP nomination
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Nintendo Switch OLED back in stock at Box – white variant coming tomorrow
fter being out of stock since launch, the Nintendo Switch OLED is now available at Box, so act fast.
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Man Utd fans slammed for "celebrating mediocrity" amid Ole Gunnar Solskjaer banner plans
Solskjaer was sacked as Manchester United manager just over a week ago, but Red Devils supporters intend to pay tribute to the Norwegian at their Premier League clash with Arsenal
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Man, 27, who raped woman, 29, at knifepoint in 'appalling, unprovoked attack' is jailed for 14 years
Bodor Ahmed (pictured), 27, stalked his victim as she walked away from Canning Town Underground Station on July 19 last year and then ambushed her in a secluded street.
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Former Liverpool and Arsenal player Ray Kennedy dies aged 70
Kennedy won three European Cups and five league titles with the Reds, whom he joined from Arsenal in 1974
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When will I get my Covid booster jab? Age priority list for third vaccine
Tens of millions of Brits have become eligible for a Covid booster vaccine to tackle to Omicrom variant - so when will you get yours? Here's everything we know now Boris Johnson has set a January 31 target
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Oldham child sex exploitation investigation pushed back to New Year by 'unforeseen delay'
The allegations chiefly concern ‘shisha bars, taxi companies and children’s homes’, according to the terms of reference
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Latest airline refund rights for BA, Ryanair, easyJet and more amid new travel rules
Knowing your refund rights has never been more crucial when booking a holiday - we explore the latest policies from British Airways, Ryanair, easyJet, TUI, Jet2 and Virgin Atlantic
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Far-right TV pundit Éric Zemmour to run for French presidency
It’s time to save France, controversial figure says as he reads video speech posted on social mediaÉric Zemmour, the controversial French far-right TV pundit with convictions for inciting racial hatred, has declared he will run for president next spring, claiming he wanted to “save” traditional France from “disappearing”.In a 10-minute video posted on social media, Zemmour sat at a desk reading a speech in front of an old-fashioned microphone designed to look like Charles de Gaulle’s famous June 1940 broadcast to Nazi-occupied France – sparking anger from the traditional Gaullist right. Continue reading...
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Belarus ‘ready’ to receive nuclear weapons from Russia, Lukashenko says in warning to Nato
Relations between Belarus and EU at all-time low due to ongoing migrant crisis
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New Omicron coronavirus variant causes confusion over its correct pronunciation in English
Historian Mary Beard took to Twitter to say that she found it 'a bit odd' that the BBC were 'saying omicron with the stress on the first syllable', but language experts said it was correct.
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Star Wars: The Old Republic interview: ‘I’ve been on this project forever and I want to keep working on it forever’
GameCentral speaks to BioWare about the 10th anniversary of The Old Republic and why the new Legacy Of The Sith won’t be the last expansion.
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