Derby administrators post 'positive and productive' update amid takeover impasse

Derby, who were relegated from the Championship last season, remain without an owner having been in administration since September and having seen a prospective deal collapse
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England v New Zealand: third Test, day four – live!
Updates from the fourth day’s play at HeadingleyThe Spin: sign up for our weekly cricket newsletterGet in touch! You can email Daniel or tweet himFar be it for the OBO to offer guidance of any kind, but before the start of what we know for almost certain is another bazzing day of Test Match CricketTM, it might be worth taking a moment to be very, er, intentional about, um, staying in the moment to be, well, present in enjoying it. We’ve seen some seriously affirming stuff these last few summers, but even in that context this has been a helluva ruckus. May we know many others. Somehow, during the course of it England have become a team, winning the big sessions and refusing to retreat when things have gone against them. If it wasn’t for the comfortable familiarity of some avante-garde slip catching, it’d be quite disconcerting. Continue reading...
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State of Origin 2022 Game 2: NSW Blues v Queensland Maroons – live!
Updates from the second match of the series at Optus StadiumKick-off time in Perth is 5:50pm local/7:50pm AESTAny thoughts? Email Jonathan or tweet @JPHowcroftNick Tedeschi previews tonight clash in what could prove to be a referendum on Brad Fittler the coach.While the pressure is certainly on NSW to keep the series alive, history suggests this is a very good spot for them. Brad Fittler has not lost a Game 2 during his tenure as coach, suggesting he has been able to make the necessary adjustments when required. And teams who lost the opener have won the last six when Game 2 is held at their home ground or on neutral turf. Fittler has taken a big gamble heading into Perth. Whether it pays off or not will decide not only the 2022 series but Fittler’s reputation as a coach. Continue reading...
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Labour MPs urge Keir Starmer to ‘come off the fence’ over rail strikes
Labour MPs Diane Abbott and John McDonnell have spoken out against Sir Keir Starmer’s position on rail strikes, urging him to “get off the fence”.
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Comment on Holly Willoughby risks ugly row with neighbours as she starts controversial renovations at £3million London ‘castle’ by Fay Leyfield
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U2’s Bono talks of discovering his half-brother
The Irish singer spoke about his relationship with his father on Desert Island Discs.
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Ben Foakes tests positive for Covid-19 as England draft in Sam Billings during third New Zealand Test
Ben Foakes has tested positive for Covid-19, though England remain hopeful that he will be fit for the forthcoming Test against India at Edgbaston.
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Destruction everywhere, help scarce after Afghanistan quake
Villagers see destruction everywhere and help in short supply days after an earthquake devastated a remote region of southeast Afghanistan and killed at least 1,150 people
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Sporting Lisbon chief makes admission about Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United future
Speculation about Man United star Cristiano Ronaldo's future has been sparked following a report linking him with a move to Chelsea.
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Urgent search launched for missing 10-year-old -police desperately 'concerned for welfare'
POLICE are appealing for information after a 10-year-old boy from Newport has gone missing.
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'Not on course for victory!' Trevor Phillips shuts down David Lammy's Labour celebrations
LABOUR hopes of a general election victory were dashed as David Lammy was warned that by-election success was not a signal of increasing party support.
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South African nightclub deaths: At least 22 young people found dead in Cape Town
South African authorities are investigating the deaths of at least 22 people found inside a popular tavern in the city of East London.
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That’s entertainment! Musicals lift spirits on London West End’s stages
Shows with a feelgood factor are boosting box-office takings“I simply remember my favourite things and then I don’t feel so bad,” sang Maria among the mountains in The Sound of Music, introducing to the world one of the most memorable musical lines of all time. Uplifting sentiments like these now seem to have set sales of tickets to musicals in the West End of London soaring to new heights, with pundits suggesting two years of misery have left people desperate to lift their spirits.Box-office figures from the Society of London Theatre (Solt) reveal that, since the beginning of the year, West End musicals outperformed their 2019 equivalents in 20 out of 22 weeks for attendance and 19 out of 22 for revenue. There are fewer plays than in 2019, which might partly explain the strong sales, but people in the industry think it’s more than that. Continue reading...
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Turkey may bring death penalty back for people who start forest fires
It comes after a forest fire destroyed 11,119 acres this week.
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Glastonbury: Fans react to Paul McCartney's epic headline performance
Sir Paul McCartney made history as Glastonbury’s oldest solo headliner on Saturday night (25 June).
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Ian Evatt's Bolton Wanderers squad admission as transfer window approach outlined for summer
Wanderers have signed three players so far this summer
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Scientists use tadpoles to discover new children’s genetic disease
The disease can cause a child's brain to develop abnormally.
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Stranger Things spin-off is going to be totally different from what anyone is expecting
There's hopefully more Stranger Things to come.
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Woman shares ‘genius’ hack to get around 100ml liquid rule at airport
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Health Secretary speaks about brother's suicide and says: 'Could I have made a difference?' 
Health Secretary Sajid Javid has opened up about his eldest brother's suicide four years ago, saying he still struggles with survivor's guilt.
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Boris set for brutal showdown with Scholz and Macron as he lays down the gauntlet at G7
BORIS Johnson will be taking on Scholz and Macron as he heads to G7 and Nato summits to urge the West to provide more military support to Ukraine.
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At least 17 people found dead in South African nightclub
The cause of the deaths is not yet known, authorities say
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Sporting Lisbon 'contact' Cristiano Ronaldo as they offer fresh Man Utd exit route
Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United future has been the subject of speculation all summer and Sporting Lisbon are confident they can lure him back to Portugal
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Vaccinologist Sarah Gilbert: ‘We need to be better prepared for a new pandemic’
The woman who co-developed the AstraZeneca vaccine on reassuring doubters, her new book and having a baby penguin named after herDame Sarah Gilbert, 60, is a professor of vaccinology at Oxford’s Jenner Institute and author, with Catherine Green, head of Oxford University’s clinical biomanufacturing facility, of Vaxxers – a gripping narrative about developing the AstraZeneca vaccine that is wonderfully accessible and illuminating without dumbing down the science. She lives in Oxford with her husband and grownup triplets.Another wave of Covid-19 is reported to be on its way. To what extent are you able to anticipate what the virus will do next and prepare?Anticipating what the virus will do next is the job of those who do surveillance in epidemiology. But if a new sequence is thought to be becoming dominant, our problem is that making a new version of the vaccine takes time and has to be tested and approved. What’s been happening, as we go through one wave after another, is that the virus has been too quick. Regulators cannot approve a vaccine unless they can see the clinical data, then you have to scale up manufacturing to produce the vaccine in quantity. Developers are still using the original vaccines, which are supplying good protection against the disease. Continue reading...
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The week in TV: Suspect; The Whistleblowers: Inside the UN; Lenny Henry’s Caribbean Britain; Ellie and Natasia
James Nesbitt’s latest troubled detective got lost in neo-noir gloom, an excellent documentary exposed the UN’s seedy side, Lenny Henry celebrated cultural diversity, and a new sketch show sparkledSuspect (Channel 4) | channel4.comThe Whistleblowers: Inside the UN (BBC Two) | iPlayerLenny Henry’s Caribbean Britain (BBC Two) | iPlayerEllie and Natasia (BBC Three) | iPlayerIt’s late, a sigh past midnight, and I’m five whiskies and a pack of smokes down, when I decide to eyeball Channel 4’s new eight-part thriller, Suspect, starring some acting heavy called James Nesbitt… Continue reading...
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Vladimir Putin 'to be overthrown by three rivals in hammer to head' says CIA insider
Former CIA Moscow station chief Daniel Hoffman says defence minister Sergei Shoigu may be central to a mutiny to overthrow the president
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Bono's painful health condition is why he has to wear coloured glasses in public
Fans have often wondered why U2 singer Bono wears coloured glasses, but it's due to a sometimes painful eye condition. Bono is sharing some of his secrets on Desert Island Discs
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Steve McClaren backed to solve Manchester United's big dressing room problem
Steve McClaren has returned to Old Trafford as one of two assistants to Erik ten Hag.
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Kid-friendly recipes: Don’t know what to have for dinner? Try this easy peasy Boursin gnocchi
So simple, so comforting.
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UFC star Paddy Pimblett has moved on from controversial £9,500 contract
Headlines were made when it emerged that Pimblett, one of the hottest prospects in the UFC and a massive ticket seller, was receiving just a $12,000 guarantee for his first two fights
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Labour on course to win next election ‘with comfortable majority’, David Lammy says
Foreign secretary dismisses idea of electoral pacts and says Labour will win outright
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Lily Allen ‘overwhelmed’ after performing with Olivia Rodrigo at Glastonbury after ‘three years sobriety’
The pair duetted on a rendition of Lily’s ‘F**k You’ in relation to Roe vs Wade.
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Sir Paul McCartney furiously defended by Piers Morgan over Glastonbury set complaints
Music legend Paul McCartney, who made history as the oldest solo headliner to take on Glastonbury, has come under fire for 'not playing enough' Beatles songs
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The Handmaid’s Tale producer says show is ‘even more relevant’ after Supreme Court’s Roe vs Wade ruling
The series explores a society ruled by a fundamentalist regime that treats women as property.
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British CEO hails 'excellent' Brexit move as UK's first gigafactory ready to supply Tesla
BREXIT significantly helped in building the UK's first gigafactory, Britishvolt CEO Orral Nadjari has exclusively told Express.co.uk.
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Christian Eriksen ‘attracted’ by prospect of playing with Frenkie de Jong at Manchester United
It could sway his decision.
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Paul McCartney brings out Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen in Glastonbury surprise
Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen joined Paul McCartney on stage at Glastonbury as part of an epic headline set on Saturday night (25 June).
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Biden anounces G7 will ban Russian gold in response to Ukraine war
President Joe Biden announced on Sunday that the United States and its G7 allies will ban imports of Russian gold in another attempt to cut off Vladimir Putin's funding for his war in th Ukraine. 
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Transfer news LIVE! Raphinha to Arsenal boost; Chelsea offered Ronaldo; Tottenham want Gvardiol; rumours
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Live updates | Ukraine war looms large at annual G-7 summit
U.S. President Joe Biden has arrived in Germany’s Bavarian Alps for the annual meeting of the leading democratic economies, with the war in Ukraine and its consequences taking center stage
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Wimbledon 2022 order of play: Day 1 schedule including Emma Raducanu, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic
Everything you need to know ahead of the opening day of the tournament
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UK weather forecast: Temperatures to halve to 15C as UK battered by 'unseasonal' winds
Wimbledon is set for a chilly start but London could avoid the worst of the in-coming cold and wet weather following the recent heatwave that has seen the mercury soar to 30C in parts of England
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Go wild in these countries: five exciting rewilding projects to visit
From Montana’s prairies to Kazakhstan’s steppes, vast tracts of land are being enriched. Here’s how to witness those changesRead more in our Wild world seriesMozambique’s civil war (1977-1992) and the poaching connected to it decimated wildlife in Gorongosa national park. Since 2006, the Gorongosa restoration project has set out to bring back nature, starting with buffalo, wildebeest, eland, zebra and other animals being trucked in. Continue reading...
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Sir Paul McCartney emotional reunion with John Lennon 42 years after his death
Sir Paul McCartney shares stage for 'digital duet' with John Lennon 42 years after Beetles bandmates death in emotional reunion. Fans welcomed the legendary singer on stage with rapturous applause for an epic three long hour set
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The Beatles albums ranked in order of greatness
From ‘Please Please Me’ to ‘Let It Be’, Graeme Ross assesses the Fab Four’s 12 studio albums
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Backlash after Republican congresswoman calls Roe v Wade repeal a ‘victory for white life’
Mary Miller calls Supreme Court verdict a ‘historic victory for white life‘ and thanks Trump at rally
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Tongue-eating parasites discovered in container of fish imported to UK
Cymothoa exigua parasites cut off and pose as the tongues of fish
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'Russia has already lost' Blinken slaps down Putin as Ukraine 'will outlast' president
UKRAINE will outlast Putin's regime, Antony Blinken says, as the West's weapon deliveries will beef up Ukrainian forces against Russia.
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Boris Johnson claims voters ‘absolutely fed up of hearing about things I stuffed up’
Boris Johnson has said that a double by-election defeat was a result of voters being “fed up of hearing about things I stuffed up.”
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