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British pilot, 66, died when his plane plunged into the sea off Spanish coast in thick fog
Paul Lowry, 66, died instantly when his plane crashed into the sea off the west coast of Spain after he hit a 'freak' bank of thick marine fog that caused him to lose control of the aircraft.
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Social care reforms heading for statue books by end of the year, says minister
The Prime Minister said upon entering Downing Street in 2019 that he had ready a plan for the sector.
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Could Sturgeon join forces with Macron? SNP's new plot to 'humiliate' Boris exposed
NICOLA STURGEON looks set to strike key alliances with EU countries in the coming months as the SNP steps up its campaign to "humiliate and embarrass" Boris Johnson into holding a second independence referendum.
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Solskjaer explains Manchester United team selection vs Aston Villa
Man Utd face Aston Villa in the Premier League in what is their second game in a run of four matches in just eight days,
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Alan Shearer tells Harry Kane to leave Tottenham amid Man Utd transfer speculation
He's valued at £150m.
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Can the B Corp movement really drive change?
Zlata Rodionova speaks to businesses that value purpose as much as profit
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Grandmother claims she's been abducted by aliens more than 52 times in her life
Paula, 50, from Bradford, who has 'kept quiet' about the encounters for most of her life, has now shared images of the bruises left on her body by 'aliens' following different encounters.
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'Boris did it so why can't we' Blackford says Scots have more right to IndyRef than Brexit
IAN BLACKFORD said Scotland now has a greater mandate for a second independence referendum than Boris did to deliver Brexit in a desperate defence of the SNP's master plan.
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Royal Navy patrol vessel returns to base from Jersey after fishing dispute
HMS Severn sailed into its home base of Portsmouth Naval Base on Sunday morning.
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Muslim community in Manchester is seeing out Ramadan by feeding vulnerable
Volunteers are cooking, packing and delivering 500 to 600 meals a night for the vulnerable
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Winners and losers in the English, Scottish and Welsh elections
Votes are still being counted for the English council and mayoral elections.
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Scottish referendum battle begins as Sturgeon says blocking it would be ‘absurd’
Nicola Sturgeon claims there is a mandate for a second referendum
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Katie Price to ban three ex-husbands and celeb guests from wedding to Carl Woods
EXCLUSIVE: Model-turned-TV star Katie Price has decided she wants a more intimate and family-focused wedding this time around. She's decided to ditch invitations for celebrity guests and insisted her three ex-husbands also won't make the cut
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Aston Villa star Ollie Watkins could thrive under Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, says Robbie Fowler
'You can definitely see someone with his pressing ability doing well under that sort of manager.'
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Boy, 9, left with life-changing injuries after being stabbed in 'random attack'
A 24-year-old man has been arrested following the incident in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, on Saturday. The boy was walking down the street with his brother when he was attacked, police said
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UEFA 'sets requirements' to move Man City vs Chelsea Champions League final
The Champions League final could reportedly be moved to England due to Turkey's COVID-19 outbreak
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Model scarred for life after woman stabs her in face in screwdriver attack
WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES Stacy Dolan, who was knifed three times with a screwdriver by Sharon Mather near Wigan, Greater Manchester, suffered a puncture wound to her face in the 'nasty and unpleasant incident'
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Pep Guardiola says 'exceptional' Oleksandr Zinchenko snubbed Man City transfer
Zinchenko was offered deals at multiple clubs but chose to remain at Premier League side City and he has found form in this season's campaign
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Seven in 10 women see government action to stop sexual assault as inadequate, poll finds
Exclusive: ‘The government have dragged their heels on action against violence against women and girls,’ says shadow women and equalities minister
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Why I’m fighting for gender equality and representation in dance and electronic music
There’s certainly a double standard when it comes to how men and women are treated behind the decks, and I am here to eradicate that
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Woman dies and girl seriously hurt after fire rips through home in Birmingham
Police in the West Midlands are investigating a tragic blaze
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Germany commemorates icon of resistance to Nazism
Germany  is commemorating the 100th birthday of Sophie Scholl, a young woman who became an icon for her role in the anti-fascist ‘White Rose’ resistance group
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Michael Jordan’s game-worn North Carolina jersey sells for record £1m
The North Carolina Tar Heels jersey sold for almost three times the previous record
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Alan Shearer gives Harry Kane transfer advice amid Man United interest
Spurs suffered a 3-1 defeat to Leeds on Saturday in a huge blow to their top-four hopes.
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Labour POLL: Should Keir Starmer resign after party's election humiliation? VOTE
LABOUR is reeling from the party's dismal election performance and its leadership is scrambling to reshuffle the shadow cabinet in a bid to make amends. But rather than making changes, should Sir Keir Starmer just resign? Vote in our poll below.
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Holly Willoughby's fans spot her reflection in a tap as shares bubble bath pic
The This Morning presenter posted a seemingly innocent picture of her preparing to have a bubble bath at home but some fans claimed the extra shiny taps revealed a bit too much
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Boy, 14, bailed after 14-year-old was stabbed in Wilmslow
Police were called to Dean Row Road at around 9.35pm and found the 14-year-old boy with a 'serious' stab wound
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Aston Villa v Manchester United: Premier League – live!
Live updates as United need a win to keep title race aliveExclusive: Man Utd lose £200m kit deal over fans’ campaignClub reviews security plan with further protests expectedGet in touch! Email Niall or tweet him 1.09pm BST Aston Villa (4-2-3-1): Martinez; Cash, Konsa, Mings, Targett; Douglas Luiz, McGinn; Traoré, Barkley, El Ghazi; Watkins.Subs: Heaton, Wesley, Nakamba, Elmohamady, Hause, Davis, Ramsey, Philogene-Bidace, Chukwuemeka.Man Utd (4-2-3-1): Henderson; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelöf, Maguire, Shaw; McTominay, Fred; Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Pogba; Rashford.Subs: De Gea, Bailly, Cavani, Mata, Alex Telles, Matic, Williams, van de Beek, Tuanzebe. 1.00pm BST Manchester United like playing at Villa Park. The last game they lost in B6 was in the 1999 Worthington Cup, when Ole Gunnar Solskjær was in the United team. You have to travel back another four years for their last league defeat in here, an opening-day embarrassment that led Alan Hansen to opine “you can’t win anything with kids”. Solskjær might be tempted to test that theory today as United begin a run of three league games in five days. The manager is expected to at least rotate his team with home games against Leicester and Liverpool looming. Villa’s win at Goodison Park has arrested their end-of-season drift, and the hosts might fancy their chances of ending what is now a historic top-flight drought in a single fixture.Defeat for United this afternoon would secure the title for Manchester City, while even a draw will leave the Reds needing snookers. In reality, United’s primary concerns are securing second place and keeping assorted hamstrings operational with a European final on the horizon. Another victory here would open a 12-point gap on fifth place, and make Champions League qualification a formality.Of course, had you told Fergie back in 1995 that one day, almost 26 years in the future, United would field even a slightly weakened team at the risk of letting City win the title, he’d have fired up the hairdryer quicker than you can say European Super League. Modern football, bloody hell. Kick-off: 2.05pm, BST. Continue reading...
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Spanish Grand Prix at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya: F1 – live!
Live updates as Hamilton looks to repeat triumph in PortugalHamilton makes history by claiming 100th F1 poleWolff nonplussed at ESL ignominy as F1 takes different pathGetin touch! Email Alex or tweet him 1.09pm BST Before it all kicks off, a bit of pre-race reading. Our report from yesterday’s historic qualifying run: Related: Lewis Hamilton makes history by claiming 100th F1 pole at Spanish GP 12.12pm BST Lewis Hamilton made history in style yesterday and will be looking to cap the perfect weekend with a victory today. But the margin of his 100th pole in F1 – just 0.036secs ahead of Max Verstappen – is proof that doing so will be no easy task.No driver has won from pole position yet in the 2021 season, a fact that will not be lost on a man whose rare blunder from pole at Imola handed victory to Verstappen only three weeks ago. He reaffirmed his authority with a thrillingly audacious win in the Algarve last week though, a bold display that dispelled any early doubts about his hunger to retain the championship. Continue reading...
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Queen's cousin Olga Romanoff says she's always admired Prince Philip, who didn't take 'b*******'
Princess Olga, 71, is the daughter of Prince Andrew, Tsar Nicholas II's eldest nephew, who escaped Russia on a British warship in 1919, and the Queen's cousin.
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Afghans bury their dead after dozens of girls killed in school blasts
Taliban deny responsibility after secondary school targeted in bloody attack in KabulDozens of young girls were buried on Sunday at a desolate hilltop cemetery in Kabul, a day after a secondary school was targeted in the bloodiest attack in Afghanistan in over a year.A series of blasts outside the school during a peak holiday shopping period killed more than 50 people, mostly female students, and wounded more than 100 in Dasht-e-Barchi, a west Kabul suburb populated mostly by Hazara Shiites. Continue reading...
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Moment two migrants appear feet-first from hole cut in side of lorry in west London
The stowaways jumped out of the opening they made just five minutes after the truck arrived in a freight company yard in Hounslow, west London last week.
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Police given more time to question man arrested in Julia James murder probe
Ms James, a popular community support officer, was found dead in Akholt Wood near her home in Snowdown, Kent, on April 27.
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Stan Kroenke decision could see Arsenal with reduced transfer funds this summer
Arsenal have been hit in the pocket by UEFA following their attempts to join the Super League with Stan Kroenke paying the fines himself despite potentially hindering the club's transfer activity
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Leicester give James Maddison injury update ahead of Manchester United clash
Man United play top-four contenders Leicester in the Premier League on Tuesday.
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Down to earth: how escaping to the country isn’t always what it seems
When Rebecca Schiller swapped the city for a rural dream life seemed idyllic. But however far you go, you can’t escape your self… Winter has hung around this year as though even the seasons are waiting for government permission to unlock. Despite spring’s late arrival on the smallholding, Amber has gone into labour early. It’s just me and her in the kidding pen; me muttering soft, nonsensical words of encouragement, her bleating through contractions and resting against my hand. She pushes again but nothing happens. The hooves of the emerging kid have been static for too long and the out-of-hours emergency vet is on the way. I give into a two-minute power cry because I don’t know if this day will end with life or death, and then the vet arrives and I snap out of it. “I’ll give her an epidural first,” he says, getting to work matter-of-factly. A goat epidural – of course.Five years ago I lived in town, had just two cats and barely knew the difference between hay and straw. Now, somehow, I’m a person with an overdue account at the agricultural merchants and I know how to organise a spinal block for a goat. Continue reading...
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Eileen Agar: the reluctant surrealist
Exhibited in the 1930s alongside the work of friends Nash, Picasso, Breton and co, Eileen Agar’s singular collages, sculptures and paintings tell their own lyrical story in an eagerly awaited show opening later this monthBy a quirk of fate, and museum tastes, the British artist Eileen Agar is still best known for a single sculpture in the Tate collection: a magnetically outlandish male head titled Angel of Anarchy (c1936). Constructed from diamante, osprey feathers, cowrie shells and piratical black satin, it resembles a sort of 3D Arcimboldo. But it has a mate called The Angel of Mercy, which is equally stunning, yet practically never seen outside a private collection.This monumental head, with its whiskered seashell eyes, stone chin and hair like an outcrop of molluscs, looks like an ancient object dragged from the bottom of the Aegean, sea-bleached and crusted. Yet it also appears startlingly modern. Both sculptures will appear together in a forthcoming survey of Agar’s art at the Whitechapel Gallery, which includes more than a hundred works, from early drawings to late constructions. The revelation of this much-anticipated exhibition will be Agar’s gift for making the past feel as new as today, with an art of evergreen imagination and vitality. Continue reading...
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Squid: Bright Green Field review – exhilarating punk-funk-krautrock debut
(Warp Records)Boldly flaunting their influences, the Brighton five-piece hurtle along with huge shifts in style and paceThe multifarious music of Brighton five-piece Squid strives hard to escape definition, their tentacles tangled in krautrock, post-rock, math rock, re-revived post-punk and full-on sax-vamping jazz. Their debut album, produced by Dan Carey, has a lot going on: the influence of Douglas Coupland, field recordings of bells and bees, oblique lyrical reflections on everything from big pharma to Easter eggs. Paddling is typical, a nervy gallop from low-key motorik through spidery goth guitars to a ghostly spoken breakdown, opening at last into an exhilarating punk-funk-kraut expanse.Though nothing here is truly experimental or innovative – it’s more the kind of music that gets labelled as such because of the influences it shows – Bright Green Field has a hurtling energy, each song shifting restlessly, repeatedly in style and pace. It’s a shame, then, that the vocals of drummer and lyricist Ollie Judge so often pull it back to earth; his detuned, declamatory yelp, part David Byrne, part Mark E Smith, is straight off the post-punk shelf. When he adopts a more restrained style on the Radiohead-esque 2010, or a full-on grunge scream on the menacing, juddering stomp of Peel St, the music is more free to run clear of the past. Continue reading...
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Ederson pinpoints what's behind Man City's success this season
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson has explained where the club have improved this season.
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Laurence Fox loses £10,000 deposit after getting less than 2% of London mayoral votes
‘Anti-woke’ candidate secured 47,634 votes to finish in sixth place
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Everything we know about Queen's favourite grandson - from milk ads to divorce
Princess Anne's son Peter Phillips is less known compared to his cousins Prince William and Prince Harry. He is said to be the Queen's 'favourite' grandson. Here is all we know about him, his life and career
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After court nixes eviction ban, race is on for federal help
A court ruling striking down a national eviction moratorium has placed additional pressure on the federal and state governments to deliver tens of billions of dollars in promised rental aid
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Piers Morgan hits out at Susanna Reid over description of GMB replacement Alastair Campbell
‘This seems extremely unwise advice,’ he said
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