Facundo Pellistri leaves Manchester United on loan and Teden Mengi latest

The Manchester United morning digest including transfer news involving Facundo Pellistri and Teden Mengi, as well as Ian Wright's demands after the racist abuse suffered by Marcus Rashford.
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Manchester United vs Burnley: Prediction, TV channel, h2h results, team news, live stream, odds
Manchester United are looking to make it five Premier League wins on the spin as they welcome Burnley to Old Trafford.
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Max Verstappen aiming to deliver ‘proper fight’ after Lewis Hamilton’s ‘boring’ dominance
Ahead of the second round of the season in Imola, a bullish Verstappen says he has all the tools to stop Hamilton from winning an unprecedented eighth world championship
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Call Of Duty: Warzone teasing Season 3 as players are turning into zombies
The third season of Call Of Duty: Warzone looks to be starting next week, just as players have begun turning into zombies.
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Heathrow queues ‘disaster’, says former UK Border Force boss
Heathrow airport executive warns: ‘It will become a much bigger problem after 17 May’
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Covid-19 UK: Nearly half of over-50s refuse the coronavirus vaccine in parts of England
EXCLUSIVE: Latest NHS England figures show 4,000 neighbourhoods - home to more than 30million people - have jabbed nine in 10 of residents over 50.
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Children’s iPhone game secretly hid a casino that could only be accessed with special software
US users could only see an endless runner game, but using a VPN revealed the app’s true nature
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How raising the minimum wage to $70k helped one man’s company boom
Dan Price was labelled a socialist by Fox News - but now his company is worth $10 billion. Kate Ng looks at how
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Scottish countryside visitors urged to be mindful of wildlife as lockdown lifts
Local rangers and park authorities say wild creatures have become used to the absence of humans Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage The wild goats that have been nibbling the new grass around the glamping decks at Loch Katrine, in the Trossachs, can expect some dining companions this weekend, as the long-awaited relaxation in travel restrictions accompanied by fine spring weather brings day-trippers flooding into the Scottish countryside.From Friday, Scots can travel freely around the country for outdoor exercise, recreation and socialising, for the first time this year, although overnight stays are still not permitted and non-essential shops, as well as cafes, pubs and restaurants, remain closed until later in the month. Continue reading...
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AP Interview: China to send 'positive message' on climate
A leading Chinese diplomat says the world’s largest carbon emitter plans to to send a “positive message” at a climate change meeting called by U.S. President Joe Biden for next week
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You will back down! Macron ally taunts Boris on fishing – issues Brexit deal ultimatum
EMMANUEL MACRON allies have joined forces to send Brexit Britain an ultimatum on sticking to its commitments on fisheries and Northern Ireland in the deal signed with the EU.
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Harry and William blasted for 'sad, pathetic' feud as 'petty squabble' mires Philip's day
PRINCE HARRY and Prince William have come under furious attack, with a radio presenter raging Prince Philip's funeral is "mired in the Royal Family's extraordinary propensity for petty squabbles".
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Gucci ‘collaborates’ with Balenciaga for 100th anniversary extravaganza
Marking 100 years, Alessandro Michele’s vision for the future? Balenciaga, but make it Gucci
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What is Prince Harry and William’s relationship like now as they walk separately at Philip’s funeral?
Harry has previously said they are ‘on different paths’
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ASOS praised by shoppers for featuring model who wears a cochlear implant
Model Natasha Ghouri was born deaf
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A Sale pensioner holds hands with his wife of 61 years after 10 months apart
A retired police officer from Sale has been reunited with his wife in her care home
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UK military prepares for big role in Prince Philip's funeral
Soldiers, sailors and air force personnel are making final preparations for Prince Philip’s funeral
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Ex-Myanmar ambassador facing eviction as passport made ‘invalid’
Kyaw Zwar Minn said he and his family have packed their belongings after he was told by embassy staff to leave the ambassadorial residence by Friday.
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Towie's Chloe Brockett suspended for breaking lockdown to 'meet Jack Fincham'
Towie star Chloe Brockett was asked to stop filming the show after breaking lockdown rules by reportedly meeting up with her rumoured secret boyfriend Jack Fincham
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NHS worker fired after using spy-cam to film patients and own family in toilet
Dr Mark McClure admitted making the clips for his own sexual gratification and was struck off.
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China asks Japan deputy PM to drink Fukushima water he said was safe
Chinese foreign ministry spokeperson says ‘Japan should not forget the historical tragedy’
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Laura Whitmore shares thoughtful secret detail in Iain Stirling's wedding outfit
Laura Whitmore, 35, and Iain Stirling, 33, tied the knot in a private wedding on New Year's Eve a year ago and have recently welcomed their first child - a baby girl - last month
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Man Utd star Amad shows off battle scar as he laments treatment in Granada win
Manchester United wonderkid Amad vented his fury about a physical Granada side after the Red Devils progressed to the Europa League semi-finals on Thursday night
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After the Snyder Cut, all bets are off for a new Ben Affleck Batman movie
Fans are calling for a new solo outing for Batfleck, but how will that mesh with the Robert Pattinson trilogy now in production? And what about Cyborg?Zack Snyder certainly pulled off a shock with his completely transformed, outlandishly extended cut of Justice League, a genuine lockdown treat that managed to prove DC ensemble movies can be easily as beguiling as those made by Marvel – provided film-makers are given the time and space. The problem is, Warner Bros-owned DC has already moved on from the “Snyderverse”, and Snyder’s plans for further crossover movies are dead in the water.On the other hand, DC’s introduction of the multiverse concept in the upcoming Flash movie means all bets are off. Sure, Robert Pattinson is now the “official” Batman in a proposed Matt Reeves-directed trilogy of films. But both Batfleck and the Michael Keaton version of the dark knight have been tipped to return in next year’s Andy Muschietti-led The Flash, which will see the scarlet speedster entering at least one alternate dimension. Perhaps inevitably, some DC fans are now calling for a revival of plans for a solo Batfleck movie, from which Affleck stepped down after the failure of the Joss Whedon-led version of Justice League to wow critics or triumph at the box office. Continue reading...
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Rob Rinder: Dear Sadiq... four steps for a safer city that London’s Mayor can cut out and keep
I wanted to drop you a friendly “hello” — and not just because I got mugged recently — but because I like to write to all the mayoral candidates. Look, it’s true you’ve done some good as Mayor. But when it comes to safety and policing, there’s a lot of work to do… you’ve only got to look at the appalling explosion in knife crime to see that something has gone fundamentally wrong.
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Clement Beaune promises Brexit bust-up as French fishermen locked out of UK waters
FRANCE has promised a dust-up with Downing Street because large swathes of its fishing fleet still do not have permission to operate in Britain's coastal waters.
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The actors who were in line to play Jack in Lost before Matthew Fox
Several stars turned down the lead role in one of the defining network dramas of the 21st century
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Coronavirus: Just half of carers vaccinated in London borough with South Africa variant outbreak
NHS England data show that Lambeth, where 23 people, of whom seven had been vaccinated, were infected with the South African Covid variant, has England's lowest vaccine uptake among carers.
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Amazon opens third store in the UK where you just walk out with your shopping
The third Amazon Fresh store is located in White City, London, and uses the same 'just walk out' technology as its other shops that automatically tracks what shoppers have picked up
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Covid testing could add 160% to the price of a holiday, finds study
Iata pushes to swap PCR for antigen tests
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Gordon Ramsay: On the day restaurants reopen London is sunny and I’m up early, buzzing with nervous energy
It’s been a long four months since we once again closed our restaurants’ doors and headed into another lockdown. We’ve spent over a year navigating the fears and tears, hopes raised then lowered, a hospitality industry battered and bruised in the storm of a global pandemic. We have had a rare moment in time to reimagine our guest experience, to rewrite menus and do some excellent wine tasting and bread making! I feel a deep appreciation like never before for the loyalty, for the passion in our industry across our whole team. We will come out of this stronger, braver and kinder.
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Linda and Anne Nolan to open up on all things Nolan Sisters in live Mirror chat
The two Nolan sisters will be sitting down a special Jess Saying Facebook Live chat with Mirror's Jess Boulton
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You can now book a Highlands cottage so remote it can only be reached by boat
The remote cottage in the Scottish Highlands has no electricity, wi-fi or hot water and can only be accessed by boat - but the views are spectacular
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Mum told to pay huge legal bill to help disabled child access her £2,400 savings
EXCLUSIVE Libby South has £2,400 in her child trust fund account, however, to access it safely on her behalf, her mum has been told to pay hundreds in legal fees
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Jose Mourinho appeals to Tottenham players’ ‘professional pride’ ahead of huge week
Jose Mourinho has appealed to his Tottenham players' "professional pride" to keep fighting until the final minute of the season, even if Champions League qualification is no longer possible.
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Nick Tompkins to make first Saracens appearance in a year as Owen Farrell returns for Doncaster Knights clash
Nick Tompkins will make his first appearance for Saracens in over a year after being picked to start against Doncaster Knights on Sunday.
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Harlequins recall big guns for Premiership clash with Worcester Warriors
Harlequins have made 13 changes to the side that lost to Ulster in the Challenge Cup for this weekend’s clash with Worcester Warriors.
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Jeff VanderMeer: ‘Success changes who I can reach with an environmental message’
The author of the bestselling Southern Reach trilogy talks about taking notes on leaves, the adaptation of Annihilation and his new ecological thrillerIn Jeff VanderMeer’s new novel, Hummingbird Salamander, the unnamed protagonist is presented in the opening pages with the key to a safety deposit box. Inside, she finds a taxidermied hummingbird and a note with just three words (and six dots) on it:Hummingbird...... Continue reading...
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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode five recap: truth, consequences and a famous face
Amid the fallout of Walker’s brutal actions, Sam learns more about the history of the shield, while Bucky puts things right with Wakanda Spoiler alert: This blog is for people watching The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on Disney+. Do not read on unless you have watched episodes one to five. Continue reading...
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The best recent crime and thrillers – review roundup
The Khan by Saima Mir; Tall Bones by Anna Bailey; Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner; The Girls Are All So Nice Here by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn; and Bullet Train by Kotaro IsakaSet in an unnamed city in northern England, journalist Saima Mir’s debut novel, The Khan (Point Blank, £14.99), is a south Asian reworking of The Godfather. Successful lawyer Jia returns to the childhood home she fled as a young woman and takes over the family’s organised crime business when her father, Akbar Khan, is murdered. Jia’s life is one of permanent cognitive dissonance: a second-generation British Pakistani, she knows that she must be not only “twice as good as men” but “four times as good as white men” in order to combat misogyny and racism. She must also negotiate clashing cultural expectations of how a woman should behave, the contradictions inherent in faith and criminal activity, and generational conflict as the old order gives way to the new. As if all this were not enough, the delicate balance of power in the city is threatened when a more recent set of immigrants, this time from eastern Europe, tries to muscle in. Mir offers us a fascinating glimpse into a world rarely portrayed in fiction, as Jia’s opponents, both inside and outside the family, start to learn that they underestimate her at their peril. Continue reading...
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This week’s home entertainment: from Catfish UK to Mare of Easttown
The hit US dating series heads over here, while Kate Winslet breaks the mould to play a grizzled detectiveJessie Mei Li stars as magical orphan Alina Starkov in this fantasy series based on Leigh Bardugo’s debut novel. With the threat of the evil Shadow Fold looming, Alina must train as part of an elite group of soldiers known as Grisha, but soon discovers the lines between friend and foe are often blurred. Supernatural fun for fans of Game of Thrones.Friday 23 April, Netflix Continue reading...
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Buying plants by mail order: what are your tips?
Share your experiences of the retailers that have served you best – or let you downYou choose the plants online but before you’ve even decided where to plant them, a second email arrives: “Unfortunately, there has been a delay with the dispatch of your order. I am very sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.”It’s been a familiar story over the past few years from keen gardeners ordering plants and seeds – and a source of great frustration for those eager to get on with their planting. Continue reading...
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Save money on takeaways and make this sourdough pizza at home
This sourdough pizza recipe creates the perfect thin and crispy base, says Katie Wright
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The Duchess Countess: The Woman who Scandalised a Nation by Catherine Ostler review
If you liked Bridgerton, you’ll love this rip-roaring romp of bisexual royal affairs, scheming politicians and endless parties, the main difference being that this story is all true, says Marcus Field
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Why now is a great time to start playing Magic: The Gathering
GameCentral examines the ever increasing success of card game Magic: The Gathering and looks at new expansion Strixhaven: School Of Mages.
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AlUla’s transformation: Behind the scenes of designing the Journey Through Time Masterplan
‘Journey Through Time is really a journey through space’ explains design director Waleed Shalaan
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Gardens 'linked to better mental health' during pandemic, study shows
Those in the UK with a garden or park nearby were more likely to say they were feeling calm, peaceful and had a lot of energy as compared to those with no green space.
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More than 200 jobs could be axed at car parts firm ‘due to Brexit and Covid’
Kautex Textron said Brexit and the pandemic were ‘key contributors’ to its South Wales plant facing closure.
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Welsh Government takes Westminster to court over Internal Market Act
Counsel General for Wales Jeremy Miles is asking the High Court to give the go-ahead for a full challenge to the Interal Market Act.
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