Ferdinand explains why Man United are frustrating him in transfer window

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Human trials of the Oxford coronavirus vaccine are STILL on hold in the US over safety fears
Regulators in the US have yet to resume the experiments over the incident, and are understood to be 'highly concerned' the jab may cause adverse reactions.
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Scientist says huge coronavirus infections spike not down to increased testing
Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance has warned that a recent surge in positive cases is not just down to the number of coronavirus tests being carried out having risen
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France's Culture Minister defends Netflix movie 'Cuties' saying it's being taken 'out of context' 
Roselyne Bachelot, France's Culture Minister, said Cuties, by Cuties, a Netflix movie accused of sexualising young girl, was being taken out of context after its director received abuse online.
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Man City have wildcard striker option while Sergio Aguero is out
Sergio Aguero could be out of action for another two months, with Gabriel Jesus the only other recognised striker.
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EastEnders denies plans for Danniella Westbrook to return as Sam Mitchell
She had said she was in talks for a return.
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Patrick Bamford reveals Marcelo Bielsa’s lengthy analysis meetings after Leeds win
<p>Leeds edged past Fulham to pick up their first points back in the top flight</p>
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Bamford proves he can score in the Premier League with his goals for Leeds
Bamford had failed in the top flight before netting in Leeds' first two Premier League games
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Britain’s best pilgrimage routes, from Saints’ Way to Peak Pilgrimage
<p>Walking can soothe the soul in these troubled times; <strong>Daniel Stables</strong> shares some of the UK’s most beautiful pilgrimage trails</p>
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Two hidden portraits by JMW Turner are discovered underneath one of his landscapes
Joseph Mallord William Turner's 'Mountain Scene with Castle' landscape was being prepared for a touring exhibition as part of the Tate collection when a paintings conservator made the discovery.
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Supreme Court replacement: Barbara Lagoa rises to top of Trump's list as president seeks Florida campaign edge
<p>Lagoa’s has been described as 'very pro-life, reliably pro-life’</p>
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These Are The Coronavirus Rule Breaches You Can Be Fined For
People in England who ignore orders to self-isolate could face fines of up to £10,000, the government has said.Fines will initially start at £1,000 and increase for repeat offenders and for “the most egregious breaches” including stopping others from self-isolating, like an employer who asks a staff member to come into work in violation of an order.The penalties are in line with those for people who fail to quarantine for 14 days after returning to the UK from a country not on the list of low-risk nations.The new regulations will come into force in England on September 28, although ministers are discussing with the devolved administrations for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland about extending them across the UK.The penalty is the latest in a series of financial punishments introduced by authorities aimed at deterring would-be rule-flouters amid a sharp upsurge in coronavirus infections.What other acts can you be fined for?The “rule of six”From Monday September 14, new laws came into force banning groups of more than six in England, whether gathering inside or outside.Find yourself in a group of more than a half-dozen without a work or education exemption, and you could be on the wrong end of a penalty which doubles on each repeat offence up to a maximum number, which depends on the country you are in (see below).Scotland and Wales have different rules on household configurations, with under-12s not counting toward the total.In Scotland, the limit is also six outdoors, but gatherings outdoors of up to 30 people are still allowed in Wales and Northern Ireland.In Northern Ireland, the rule of six currently applies only in Ballymena, Co Antrim, and the Belfast city council area.Face coverings on public transport and in shopsFines for not wearing face coverings where it is mandated such as public transport, shops and supermarkets were also announced by the Home Office in August, with the bare-faced liable to be fined.Scotland already had rules on face masks in shops introduced in July, Northern Ireland in August, and they were made mandatory in Wales in September.Large gatheringsLast month, it was announced organisers of large gatherings of more than 30 people – like unlicensed music events and raves – can be subject to fines of up to £10,000 in England and Wales.There is no similar provision in Scotland or Northern Ireland yet.What are the differences in fines across each UK country?According to the Metropolitan Police section on powers available to the police under coronavirus legislation, those aged 18 and over in England can be fined £100 for the first offence – lowered to £50 if paid within 14 days – doubling on each repeat offence up to a maximum of £3,200.In Scotland, people aged 16 and over can be fined £60 for the first breach – lowered to £30 if paid within 28 days – doubling for each further offence up to a maximum of £960.In Wales, those aged 18 and over can be fined £60 for the first offence – lowered to £30 if paid within 14 days – doubling for each repeat offence up to a £960 maximum, and it is the same in Northern Ireland. Related... Senior Tory Accuses Boris Johnson Of Treating Public Like 'Like Children' With Lockdown Rules You Rental Rights And How To Get Help As Eviction Ban Ends Can Covid-19 Cause Hearing Loss?
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Pensioners collapsed and died on daily lockdown walk after bust-up over parking
Kenneth Hawker collapsed and died of a heart attack shortly after walking away from a physical fight with a man over a car parked on the pavement in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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Dr Hilary Jones slams second lockdown as 'pointless' as we will see same result
Dr Hilary Jones told Lorraine Kelly a second lockdown would leave us in exactly the same position as before, and suggested other alternative measures to minimise the virus spreading
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Man dies celebrating birthday at Britannia Hotel in city centre
Tributes have been paid to Thomas Rowe after his tragic death on Friday night
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Winter is coming: How worried should we be about coronavirus?
<p>On 21 September, Chris Witty and Patrick Vallance said we could reach 50,000 Covid-19 cases a day if action is not taken ahead of winter. Sophie Gallagher asks - what is on the horizon? </p>
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Jason Derulo knocked out by Evander Holyfield as they spar in the boxing ring
He was seeing stars and not the celebrity kind.
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NS&I to slash interest rates and cut Premium Bonds prizes for 21million savers
The Treasury-backed bank has announced that from December, the odds of winning anything in the Premium Bonds draw will go from 24,500 to one to 34,500 to one, with the estimated number of total prizes reduced by 1million
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Gemma Collins shows off shrinking frame during mammoth bike ride in London
Gemma Collins took to her Instagram on Sunday to show off her shrinking frame during a day full of exercise as she cycled to different hotspots around the capital
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"He shouldn’t play, he should see a shrink!" Chelsea legend in Kepa blast
However, despite the outburst from Frank Leboeuf, Blues midfielder Mason Mount insists that the side will continue to rally around their under-fire Spanish goalkeeper
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British Airways and Heathrow warn ‘action needed immediately’ to limit damage caused by transatlantic travel restrictions
<p>‘The closure of the US border and the UK’s 14-day quarantine policy cuts us off from our most important economic partner,’ said Virgin Atlantic CEO Shai Weiss</p>
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Chris Whitty warns of 6 month virus battle and hints at ban on meeting mates
The Chief Medical Officer has said the priority has to be on breaking the spread of the virus - and it might mean reducing the number of social contacts you make
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House prices stall - unless you have a home with three bedrooms or more
Asking prices for new homes are down on their July peak, that is unless you're selling a larger home where demand is still soaring, according property portal Rightmove
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Thiago signing has led to "many unhappy faces" at Liverpool
Danny Murphy is convinced the £26million signing from Bayern Munich will be a first team regular in Jurgen Klopp's team after his brilliant debut against Chelsea
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Can I receive financial support for self-isolating?
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Touchline footage emerges of Klopp flare up at Liverpool bench in Chelsea win
The Reds boss was left furious after one of his backroom staff reacted with glee to Andreas Christensen's sending off in the first-half
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Meghan's lawyers deny she cooperated with royal book authors
Lawyers for a British newspaper publisher being sued by the Duchess of Sussex are alleging that she made personal information public by cooperating with the authors of a book about her and Prince Harry
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Supermarkets urge customers not to stockpile amid panic buying fears
Major supermarkets say they have plenty of stock and have asked customers to shop normally.
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DJ Jax Jones shares first snaps of his baby daughter and her unusual name
Jax Jones took fans by surprise with the announcement that he and his wife had welcomed
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Emmys 2020: Jason Sudeikis gets Covid test while presenting live
Yeah, that's not fun.
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Caribbean island Anguilla wants you to come and work remotely from its beaches
Anguilla has launched a new visa for remote workers so they can do their job from the Caribbean island
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Hit-and-run driver mowed down man - and later learnt it was her father-in-law
WARNING - DISTRESSING VIDEO: Fathetha Begun Abedin ploughed into the 61-year-old relative at a zebra crossing in February 2018 in Leicester when she was texting at the wheel, only to find out the victim was her father-in-law
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Kamala Harris' mum's heartbreaking final question before tragic cancer death
Kamala Harris is standing as the Democratic Party Vice President as Joe Biden's running mate in this year's US election
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This Morning viewers fear for vaccine as Chris Whitty addresses the nation over rise in coronavirus cases
Mr Whitty laid out four ways in which we can reduce the transmission of Covid-19.
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Setback for Leeds' transfer hopes as Josko Gvardiol snubs them
Leeds agreed a £19.6m fee for Gvardiol with Dinamo Zagreb, but the defender has opted to join RB Leipzig
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John Cena embraces ‘visceral’ abuse from WWE fans
The Hollywood star was always a divisive figure with wrestling fans.
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Teacher of the Year contestants left humiliated in Russia
The Teacher of the Year ceremony on energy-rich Sakhalin island raised eyebrows for its unusually-shaped crystal prize.
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'She won't be the last': why not enough has changed since the murder of Banaz Mahmod
In 2006, the 20-year-old was killed on the orders of family members. Ahead of an ITV drama on the case, her sister reflects on the police responseAs a television drama of the real-life investigation into the murder of a young woman by her family airs this month, her sister told the Guardian little had changed since Banaz Mahmod was killed in 2006.“Lessons have not been learned. Banaz is not the first ‘honour’ killing and she won’t be the last,” says Payzee Mahmod, a British Kurd, who was a teenager when her sister disappeared from her south London home. Banaz had gone to the police five times for help. Continue reading...
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Neighbours spoilers: Mackenzie dies in horror hostage situation?
Can Susan save Mackenzie?
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Manchester United losing is what they needed in the transfer window
Man United got off to an awful start in the Premier League and whether they like it or not have no choice but to react in the transfer window.
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Man City Premier League season predicted
We've picked out the key stats that will tell the story of Manchester City's 2020/21 Premier League season, and asked MEN writers to predict how they'll end up
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Iran: nuclear deal with world powers worth preserving
The head of Iran’s nuclear agency says the landmark 2015 deal between Tehran and world powers on his country’s atomic program is struggling since the unilateral American withdrawal, but is still worth preserving
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Martin Lewis' devastating warning to Brits with savings accounts
The Money Saving Expert has called the latest development 'a devastating blow for savers'
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Strictly's AJ Pritchard says he wanted to be in show's first same sex-pairing
The pro dancer, 25, announced he was leaving the hit BBC One dance show this year, meaning that he won't be able to make history of dancing in a same-sex couple
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The next act: how the pandemic is shaping online theatre's future
The explosion of digital productions of all sizes has shown great creativity and made hit shows more accessible – but is it all financially sustainable?In the past six months, theatre has offered us comfort, provocation and entertainment. Not always live theatre, of course, but a virtual subgenre emerging out of pandemic darkness in the form of online dramas. These productions have ranged from splashy, multi-camera films of existing shows to quick-response plays made on a shoestring and beamed into our living rooms as dramatised video calls, aural dramas, interactive Zoom plays and monologues about lockdown life. Where is the place of such drama now that live theatre is whirring back into motion? Will we continue to sit in front of our screens rather than making our way back to auditoriums or has this virtual substitute served its purpose?There is compelling evidence to suggest that the archive arm of online theatre – films of the plays – has secured an expanded place in the industry. The National Theatre’s NT at Home scheme was one of the biggest virtual successes of lockdown; it screened 17 productions and garnered more than 15m views from audiences in more than 170 countries. Here was entertainment for the masses, creating the same event-theatre moment as a live show but on a global scale, and free of charge (with an option to donate). It brought some redress to an art form often deemed too expensive and stuck in an elite bubble. The filmed version of Hamilton had a similar effect. For the price of a subscription to the Disney+ channel, we could watch a musical whose ticket prices would have been beyond the reach of many in its live incarnation. Continue reading...
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EU caves: UK secures huge victory over London finances - Brussels give in after threat
BRUSSELS has granted permission to European banks to trade trillions of pounds through the City of London until 2022 amid fears of an acrimonious split with Britain.
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Dr Patrick Vallance: 'Epidemic is doubling every seven days'
Chief Scientific Officer Sir Patrick Vallance says measures must be taken to stop the spread of Covid-19.
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Manchester United will never win the Premier League with Lindelof-Maguire partnership, says Gary Neville
<p>United's season got underway with a shock 3-1 defeat by Crystal Palace on Saturday</p>
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