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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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
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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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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
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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
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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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Boris Johnson Can Win The Next General Election, Cabinet Minister Insists
Brandon LewisUnder fire Boris Johnson can win the next general election, a cabinet minister insisted today.Brandon Lewis said the prime minister can motivate voters to back the Tories at the next election, despite a renewed campaign by his own MPs to topple him. The Northern Ireland secretary said Johnson had proved he was an election winner even when he had been “written him off.”It comes as Tory rebels plot their next move to oust Johnson by pushing for a party rule change to allow a second confidence vote in his leadership.They have been spurred on after the party was wiped out in two key by-elections in Tiverton and Honiton and Wakefield. However, Lewis praised the PM’s “zest and enthusiasm” and insisted he was the “right person” to lead the Tories into the next general election.He told Sky’s Sophy Ridge On Sunday programme: “I think he’ll do that successfully.”Lewis admitted there had been a “difficult backdrop” in both by-election seats and added: “We’ve got to make sure by the next general election we’re motivating those people to come out and vote for us.“I do think Boris Johnson is the person who can do that. He’s proven that time and again, where people have written him off, both before London elections and before in the 2019 election, and then we’ve been able to come back and win, and win successfully. And I think he’s got the ability to do that.” Tory MPs who want to remove Johnson are seeking election to the 18 most senior posts on the backbench 1922 Committee, which dictates how to conduct confidence votes in Tory party leaders.Johnson won a confidence vote earlier this month - despite 41 per cent of Tory MPs voting for his removal. Under current rules, another vote cannot be held for a year. However, rebels want that rule scrapped - which could be possible if 10 out of the 18 senior committee members back it. However, the PM has reportedly brushed off threats to topple him with an astonishing prediction he will lead Britain into the 2030s.According to the Sun on Sunday Johnson stunned MPs plotting his downfall by insisting he is already thinking well beyond the next election and planning for his third term.However, rebel Tory Andrew Bridgen, who is leading the charge for a second no confidence vote, said: “When I heard he plans to stay until 2030, I thought he was talking about the 24-hour clock.“I’m more than happy for him to stay until 20:30. He can even stay until nine o’clock if he wants - so long as he’s gone before parliament breaks up for summer.”Related...Boris Johnson Facing Tory Rebellion Over Plans To Rip Up Northern Ireland ProtocolNorthern Ireland Protocol Legislation Will Not Break International Law, Insists Brandon LewisBoris Johnson Says He Aims To Be Prime Minister Into The 2030sBoris Johnson Insists He Will Not Change Despite Fresh Tory Attempts To Unseat Him
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'Petrified' TUI passengers beg to go home as smoke smell forces flight to turn around
Fumes or smoke could be smelt onboard with passengers told there was a fault with the plane and they would need to turn back to Manchester for a potential 'emergency landing'
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At least 17 young people found dead at night club in South Africa
Tthere is speculation those who died were exposed to some kind of poison or died during a stampede.
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Injured baby blackbird dropped on pavement by magpie recovering after couple gave it life saving tweetment
"If it wasn't for that charity I don't know what would have happened to that little bird. We are so pleased with their support."
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'Perfectly healthy' dad left paralysed after walking dog given second tragic diagnosis
Stephen Collier became unwell after feeling pins and needles all over his body
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UK is failing fostered children with mental health problems, warns charity
Report suggests half of all foster carers are looking after a child with complex needsFoster care in Britain is facing a “mental health crisis” because the government is failing to meet the needs of mentally ill children in care.That is the damning verdict of the latest report from the Fostering Network, a charity representing foster carers. The report, shared with the Observer, suggests half of all foster carers are looking after a child with complex mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression and attachment and eating disorders. Continue reading...
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‘I wouldn’t have the money to pay a lawyer’: tenants left without means to sue rogue landlords
New rules on fixed recoverable legal costs mean solicitors will no longer be able to afford to take on housing casesPoor and vulnerable tenants who are evicted from their homes or living in dangerous conditions will lose the chance to take their landlords to court when new government rules on legal costs come into force next year, experts are warning.The rules, designed to deter “ambulance chaser” personal injury claims, mean claimants awarded damages of less than £100,000 will only be able to seek “fixed recoverable costs” (FRCs) to cover legal expenses. Continue reading...
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Tricks of their trade: meet the UK’s most unusual master crafters
Glass eyes, traditional sieves, sails… Specialist makers are working hard to keeping these unique skills aliveBack in my early 20s I had a car accident and needed lots of treatment, which made it hard for me to hold down a job or pursue the career that I’d intended – I had a degree in drama. Between treatments, I started teaching myself how to work with rush, using a book I’d found. With the help of a business loan, I set up the Rush Matters workshop and spent the next couple of years repairing rush seating. Continue reading...
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‘Miraculously we’re here’: St Vincent, Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish and more meet biggest Glastonbury crowd in years
McCartney sealed an unforgettable Saturday night after a Friday during which female performers called all the shots This is a Glastonbury of round numbers. The youngest ever headliner, Billie Eilish, is 20. The oldest, Paul McCartney, is 80. If not for two years of Covid this festival would have been the 50th anniversary. “We’ve been through some shit,” said St Vincent during her extraordinary Friday sunset performance, “but miraculously we’re here”.McCartney’s delayed return to Glastonbury (he last headlined in 2014) has been stoked even hotter by his birthday celebrations and heroic role in the Get Back documentary. He could have coasted to glory on his reputation and songbook alone, but McCartney doesn’t coast. He is still competitive enough to want to exceed himself. Continue reading...
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Brain damage claim leads to new row over electroshock therapy
Experts divided on effectiveness of ECT and concerned by overuse in women and the elderly It is one of the most dramatic techniques employed in modern psychology. An electric shock is administered directly to the brains of individuals who are suffering from depression.But electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is controversial among some psychologists and is now the focus of a huge row – which erupted last week – over claims that it can trigger brain damage, that guidelines covering its use are weak and that it is used disproportionately on women and the elderly. Continue reading...
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