Dele Alli to be denied Tottenham exit but others could leave on Deadline Day

Dele Alli is expected to be denied a deadline-day move from Tottenham to Paris Saint-Germain, despite the midfielder's desire to link up with former manager Mauricio Pochettino in the French capital.


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Golden Globes 2021: the winners, the speeches, the controversy – live
An unusual semi-virtual kickoff to the awards season sees Mank, Nomadland, Schitt’s Creek and The Crown leading the way but there’s continued outrage over diversity and alleged corruption 12.04am GMT Often downgraded as the lesser half of the night, it’s easy to forget that the Globes is also a celebration of the small screen, something that’s become a standard joke at this stage (Fey and Poehler will almost certainly reference it at some point).But this year more than ever, we’ve watched a ton more shows than we have movies so perhaps that’s about to change? Here’s Adrian Horton bravely guessing who and what might come out on top: Related: Golden Globes 2021: who will win – and who should win – the TV categories 11.58pm GMT Greetings from the fashion team! Hannah Marriott and Priya Elan here, blowing the dust off our critical faculties, as it has been a while since we had a red carpet to appraise. Let’s start with presenter Margot Robbie, in tiered and belted Chanel - look 3 from the spring/summer 21 catwalk, I believe. She looks great. Personally I am just happy to have an outfit to look at that is not my own sweatpants. Continue reading...
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Home Office looking at tougher penalty of life sentence for people smugglers
Priti Patel understood to be concerned that some offenders are only being given three-year termsPeople smugglers could be handed life sentences under plans to ramp up penalties in an effort to stop migrants crossing the Channel.At present, the maximum sentence for people smuggling is 14 years in prison. The Times reported that Priti Patel wants to push up sentences because of her concerns that the average actual sentence received is three years. Continue reading...
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Golden Globe Awards 2021 red carpet
The global COVID-19 pandemic delayed the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards by almost two months.
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Golden Globe Awards 2021: Josh O'Connor laments being away from his The Crown co-stars
The actor, 30, who posed for a series of smouldering shots prior to the ceremony at the Corinthia hotel, London, took to Instagram to post a collection of BTS videos.
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Perishers - 1st March 2021
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
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Andy Capp - 1st March 2021
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
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Women earning two-thirds less than men in top finance roles – report
Female directors in financial services firms are paid 66% less than males, with many in non-executive rolesFemale directors at the UK’s largest financial services firms earn on average two-thirds less than their male counterparts, new research shows, underlining the pay gap that still exists between men and women at the highest levels in the financial sector.Average pay for female directors at financial services companies stands at £247,100, 66% lower than the average £722,300 paid to male directors, according to research by employment and partnership law firm Fox & Partners. Continue reading...
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Supporters of detained Saudi princess call for UK to help secure release
Exclusive: letters to Dominic Raab and Lady Scotland say Princess Basmah requires urgent medical treatmentSupporters of a prominent Saudi Arabian princess detained with her daughter in Riyadh have appealed to the British government to help secure their release.In two letters to both foreign secretary Dominic Raab and Commonwealth general secretary Patricia Scotland, the princess’s supporters urged them to intervene on behalf of Princess Basmah bint Saud bin Abdulaziz al-Saud and her daughter Souhoud Al Sharif, arrested in Jeddah two years ago. Continue reading...
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Uber accused of using 'loaded questions' in drivers survey
Unions say questions are designed to help get sympathetic changes in employment lawUber has been accused of using “loaded questions” in a consultation with drivers, after a landmark court ruling handed workers rights to improved conditions.The firm may have to pay out over £100m in compensation to 10,000 drivers, after the UK supreme court ruled last week they are entitled to holiday pay, a company pension and the national minimum wage. Uber has previously argued that its 60,000 UK drivers are self-employed independent contractors with limited employment rights. Continue reading...
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Wales bans smoking at hospitals, schools and playgrounds
Anyone breaking the law could face £100 penalty in drive to discourage people from smokingWales has become the first of the UK nations to make it illegal to smoke on hospital and school grounds, public playgrounds and other outdoor day care and childminding settings.A penalty of up to £100 could be given to anyone breaking the law, which is aimed at helping to discourage people from starting smoking and to support those trying to quit. Continue reading...
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‘Substandard care’ for over-70s with ovarian cancer as 1 in 5 patients ‘gets no treatment’
‘I sincerely hope I have a lot more living to do,’ says patient
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Government complacency ‘betraying a generation of unemployed’, says Gordon Brown
Comments come in report which recommends Rishi Sunak extend the furlough scheme until lockdown ends and then introduce a long-term, part-time wage support scheme to give businesses a boost
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Another vaccine rollout milestone being successfully passed is a cheering thought
Each time such an announcement is made, we move closer to a sense of normality, writes Chris Stevenson
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Promises to stop the decline of nature mean nothing unless action is taken
A ‘state of nature’ target enshrined in law would go a long way to showing the government is committed to saving our planet
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Rail fares rise 2.6% today - season tickets now cost £950 more than a decade ago
Labour analysis has found the average commuter is now paying £3,144 for their season ticket as commuters prepare to return to offices this summer
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Smoking in school grounds, playgrounds or hospital site made illegal in Wales
Wales is the first part of the UK to ban smoking in playgrounds and school grounds and there will be a £100 fine for breaking the rules from today
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Top scientist says 'blood ran cold' when he heard Novichok had been used in UK
Traces of the Russian-made nerve agent - which killed Dawn Sturgess - were found in Salisbury, Wilts, with Professor Tim Atkins on call that day
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BBC backlash: Angry cross-bench Lords demand Beeb end hounding of over-75s
FURIOUS cross-party peers have written to BBC director-general Tim Davie pleading that he end the licence fee legal threat facing over-75s. Their right to a free TV licence, which currently costs £157.50, ended last year except for those who receive pension credit.
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Green Britain: Stanley Johnson demands Boris introduces legal safeguards to protect nature
Boris Johnson's father yesterday joined an alliance of green groups urging the premier to give proper legal teeth to his pledge to safeguard nature.
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End tax madness: Rishi urged to scrap or overhaul 20 levies in huge Budget move
RISHI Sunak should go for growth by scrapping or overhauling 20 taxes in his Budget, a leading free-market think tank has said.
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Your daily horoscope for March 1, 2021
What does the first day of the new month hold?
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Best tea brands in the world to make the perfect cuppa
The best tea brands will ensure every cuppa is tip-top - here are our top picks of the nation's best loved hot drinks
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Thomasina Miers’ recipe for mussels with coconut, turmeric and jasmine rice | The simple fix
Mussels are relatively cheap, but they scrub up very well: this dish oozes opulence with its rich Asian aromasThis is a star of a dish: rich and aromatic, sophisticated, yet entirely doable; it is also cheap, which is an added bonus. Depending on where you buy them, mussels can take a bit of scrubbing and some tugging to remove the beards, but I find the task rather pleasing and it makes the resulting feast all the more satisfying. Do this in advance, and the curry sauce, too, if you want, so you can have a glass of wine and produce the dish as if by magic. Continue reading...
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Rail fares to rise by 2.6% in England and Wales
Ticket costs to go up by more than RPI inflation for first time since 2013 amid concerns about high pricesRail fares in England and Wales will increase by 2.6% on Monday, the first time the government has chosen to put up prices above RPI inflation since 2013, in a move that has been criticised for further pricing middle income earners out of rail travel and undermining the government’s green credentials.The price rise comes despite calls for freezes or even discounts to help attract passengers back to the railways. Continue reading...
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Monet, Renoir and Degas paintings to travel to Melbourne for NGV impressionist exhibition
More than 100 French artworks – on loan from Museum of Fine Arts in Boston – to appear alongside paintings by Australian impressionists More than 100 impressionist masterworks, including 19 Monet paintings, will travel to Melbourne from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston this year as part of the National Gallery of Victoria’s Winter Masterpieces exhibition.NGV director Tony Ellwood announced the blockbuster exhibition on Monday as part of the gallery’s unveiling of its 2021 program – an announcement delayed by two weeks due to Melbourne’s snap five-day lockdown in February. Continue reading...
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Turning 50: how the ambitious Highland fling became a Zoom quiz
Johnson’s roadmap to nowhere put an end to any chances of Trudy celebrating her friend’s 50th birthday in person, and so once again she logged on to her computer. By Christine Manby
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Alex Jones: It’s impossible to stay on top of everything right now
The One Show’s Alex Jones talks to Abi Jackson about kitchen discos, carving out ‘me time’ as a busy mum and letting some of the balls drop
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Horrifying reality of hospital workers in the pandemic exposed in TV show
Emergency Medicine Doctor, Saleyha Ahsan, has made a film for Dispatches on Channel 4 to show what it's like to be a medic during the second wave of Coronavirus
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Coronation Street spoilers: Simon Barlow to die in horrifically violent end?
A horrific warning is made?
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George Ford says ill-disciplined England must own Wales defeat and not blame ref
“It’s something we’re going to have to grab hold of as players. It’s not the first time it’s potentially cost us. We’re going to have to front that one up”
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Trump teases a 2024 run and commands GOP loyalty to his holy name in first signature post-presidency speech
‘I may even decide to beat them for a third time,’ president says, perpetuating his lie about a ‘stolen election’
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Scottish Tories will force no-confidence vote in SNP's Deputy First Minister John Swinney
John Swinney and the Scottish Government have failed to hand over the advice given to them over their botched probe into harassment complaints against Alex Salmond.
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Golden Globes: Controversial host Ricky Gervais shares message for Hollywood stars ahead of 2021 ceremony
It was probably aimed at Tom Hanks
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Golden Globes 2021 - live: Film and TV stars get ready for awards ceremony mired in controversy
Netflix’s rom-com series Emily in Paris is one of the most controversial nominees of the year
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Best gadgets to help you de-stress and relax at home
Unwind and chill out with these mood-boosting gadgets, from massagers to sound machines...
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Chrissy Teigen laughs at iconic Golden Globes crying face: 'Happy anniversary to this drunk dumba**'
The newly-sober celeb was the first person to admit her reaction to husband John Legend's win was a bit over-the-top.
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Johnny Briggs was the Coronation Street star whose life was like a soap opera
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Johnny Briggs was the Casanova of Coronation Street who made a play for every woman he fancied. His life was an extraordinary case of life imitating soap opera.
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Coronavirus live news: vaccine acceptance rising in UK, US and France; South Africa eases restrictions
Covid vaccine acceptance also rising in Japan, Germany and Sweden; South Africa lowers alert level; cases of Brazil variant found in UKCovid has connected UK communities and spurred volunteeringNHS hospital bosses urge ministers to increase ICU beds in EnglandAlarm over delays in border measures as Brazil Covid variant hits UKTop UK universities ‘use secret waiting lists’ due to Covid uncertaintySee all our coronavirus coverage 11.37pm GMT Hello and welcome to today’s live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic with me, Helen Sullivan. Willingness to get a Covid-19 vaccine is on the rise compared to last year, a survey of six industrialised countries published on Monday showed. Continue reading...
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Iran rejects informal talks with US on restoring nuclear deal
‘The time isn’t ripe,’ says foreign ministry as it calls for end to US sanctions
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Governor Andrew Cuomo apologises if his ‘banter’ was misinterpreted after harassment allegations
Two women have come forward with allegations of harassment
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England silent over blunder ref but call out trolls after social media abuse
Eddie Jones will not complain to rugby chiefs over ref Pascal Gauzere. Vows to dig England out of slump
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Mum falls pregnant while using the coil and finds it lodged in her placenta
Claire Cowen, 34, went through her whole pregnancy unsure if her baby would make it.
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Dancing on Ice 2021: Phillip Schofield in hysterics after Holly Willoughby is ‘attacked’ by dinosaur
Holly definitely didn't see the funny side.
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'I'll beat them for a third time' Trump teases 2024 run at CPAC and vows NOT to start a new party
Trump assured in his grand comeback at CPAC Sunday that he won't form a new party because it would further divide the GOP - and the former president previewed another WH run in 2024.
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Ellis Genge receives death threats after not clapping Wales into tunnel
Online video shows aftermath of England’s Six Nations defeat RFU condemns abuse after prop hits out at ‘keyboard warriors’The England prop Ellis Genge has said he has received death threats after a video emerged online of him not clapping Wales into the tunnel after their Six Nations victory over Eddie Jones’ side on Saturday, which promptly led to the Rugby Football Union issuing a statement condemning the online abuse and hitting out at the lack of respect shown towards England players.Genge, who came off the bench during England’s 40-24 defeat, posted on Twitter on Sunday night to explain why he stood motionless as his teammates applauded Wales back into the dressing rooms. Continue reading...
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Shaughna Phillips admits her ‘heart breaks’ watching Love Island scenes before liposuction
The TV star suffers from a condition called lipoedema.
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Jurgen Klopp provides update on Alisson, Fabinho and Diogo Jota availability for Liverpool’s clash with Chelsea
Could the trio feature at Anfield?
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England Rugby condemns online abuse directed towards its players after Wales Six Nations loss
England Rugby has called for "true rugby fans to stand with us" after players were abused online in the wake of Saturday's Six Nations defeat to Wales in Cardiff.
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