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Cazorla's sparkling career continues with another trophy under Barca icon Xavi
The Arsenal icon is still doing his talking on the pitch and has already won three titles since joining Qatari side Al-Sadd
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Chelsea vs Manchester United: Prediction, TV channel, team news, lineups, h2h results, live stream, odds
Thomas Tuchel and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer face off this weekend as Chelsea host Manchester United in a game that could be crucial to both teams’ Premier League top four hopes.
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'I thought I was at a dance audition but I ended up with a job as a model'
The Sunday Mirror, partnered with Storm model agency, is on the hunt for Britain's Most Handsome man and Jack Thorpe has opened up on his awkward beginnings as a model
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Tottenham vs Burnley: Prediction, TV channel, team news, lineups, h2h results, live stream, odds
Tottenham will be desperate to begin replicating their European form on the Premier League stage when they play host to Burnley this weekend.
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Holly Willoughby shares rare photo of her daughter Belle as they bake together
Holly Willoughby was able to squeeze in some quality family time over the weekend as she made ice cream rolls at home with her daughter Belle
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Leicester City vs Arsenal: Prediction, TV channel, team news, lineups, h2h results, live stream, odds
Arsenal will hope to keep confidence high after their thrilling win over Benfica as they face a tough trip to Leicester this weekend.
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Man City boss Pep Guardiola hails his "greatest achievement" after West Ham win
Man City recorded a 20th straight victory over West Ham with Pep Guardiola hailing their run as his "greatest achievement" since arriving on the blue half of Manchester
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The Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown mocked for anti-vaccine tweet
The Stone Roses frontman's latest anti-vaccine comment was ridiculed
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Paris Hilton says Britney Spears is ‘treated like a child’ amid conservatorship drama: ‘It’s not fair’
'I just can't imagine being controlled like that.'
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Three key battles that will decide Chelsea vs Man Utd in Premier League showdown
Chelsea host Manchester United on Sunday as both sides battle it out a potentially huge clash in the top four battle, and the game will be decided by a number of key battles
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Katie Price reignites singing career with festival gig alongside Cheryl
Katie Price will perform at London's Mighty Hoopla festival this summer, which has Cheryl, rapper Eve and La Roux on its line-up
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Friends and family release balloons in memory of 'amazing' mum found dead
There was a sombre mood in the air as tearful mourners released balloons in memory of Kimberley McAssey
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Don’t sneer at TV dinners, they can be the perfect tonic | Rebecca Nicholson
Ignore the MasterChef maestro: eating on the sofa while watching a favourite show can be a great way to switch offJohn Torode, the Australian chef and MasterChef presenter, ruffled the nation’s feathers when he said that he and his wife Lisa Faulkner would not dream of eating in front of the box. “We wouldn’t ever consume food in front of the television,” he said. “I don’t understand why people would want to sit with some food on their lap and dribble down their shirt and all over a clean sofa.”Questionable eating habits aside – I can just about manage not to dribble all over my sofa these days, even if it’s spag bol – it is all right for him to say that. MasterChef is on at either 8pm or 9pm, far later than most people have dinner in this country. What are we, European? But he is throwing Celebrity Antiques Road Trip right under the bus. Continue reading...
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When will Line of Duty series six be on TV?
BBC police drama is returning to our screens following pandemic-related delays
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Line Of Duty Series 6 Start Date Confirmed, And There's Not Long To Wait
Line Of Duty’s long-awaited sixth series finally has a start date, and the countdown is officially on. The BBC have confirmed the hit police drama will return on Sunday 21 March at 9pm on BBC One. Jed Mercurio’s thriller has been eagerly anticipated as it had originally been due to air in 2020, but shooting was halted for six months last March due to the pandemic. Filming eventually resumed in September when the cast and crew formed a bubble on location in Northern Ireland. News of the sixth series’ arrival was confirmed with the release of an exclusive teaser, played out around the Six Nations match on Saturday. It was previously revealed that the new season will also include an additional episode, with seven instalments instead of the usual six. All three lead actors, Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar are back as DS Steve Arnott, DI Kate Flemming and Superintendent Ted Hastings.They will be joined by new addition DC Chloe Bishop, played by Shalom Brune-Franklin. The AC-12 team will face their “most enigmatic adversary” yet in the form of Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson – played by Kelly Macdonald – whose suspicious conduct on an unsolved murder case attracts their attention. The fifth series of Line Of Duty concluded in 2019 and revealed legal counsel Gill Biggeloe had been setting up Hastings as organised crime boss “H”.It was later confirmed from a closer examination of DI Matthew Cottan’s dying declaration that “H” was actually a clue, rather than a person, indicating there are four high ranking officers in league with organised crime.So far, Cottan, ACC Derek Hilton, Biggeloe have already been unmasked, with another still at large, which is likely to explored in the sixth series. During filming of the new episodes, Line Of Duty creator and writer Jed Mercurio sparked a theory among fans, after tweeting a series of behind-the-scenes pictures. Some eagle-eyed fans noticed a tiny detail in the snaps that suggests one character has either been demoted, or is heading undercover.Series 1-5 of Line Of Duty are available to watch as a boxset now on BBC iPlayer.READ MORE:Line Of Duty Series 6 Is 'Coming Soon' – Here's Everything We Can Tell YouThe 8 Questions The Line Of Duty Series 5 Finale Left UnansweredThe Line Of Duty Cast Bust Some Moves On TikTok, And It Goes Exactly How You'd Expect
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Line of Duty series six start date confirmed, and now we’re sucking diesel
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When is Line of Duty back on TV? BBC confirms release date for series 6
Mother of God - AC-12 are returning to our screens very soon indeed...
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Line of Duty: BBC reveals season 6 launch date
Police drama returns to screens at the end of March
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Emily Atack rumoured for Strictly Come Dancing as odds drop to 3/1
Could the actress be headed to the dance floor this year?
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Emergency services scramble to reports of body in the River Thames
Police rushed to the banks of the River Thames after reports of a body floating in the water on Saturday.
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Inside the Saturday Night Takeaway house that Ant and Dec built one year on
TV duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly surprised couple Petra and Simon Williams with a brand new home on the ITV show in February 2020
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Keane tipped to become new Celtic boss as Man Utd legend labelled "perfect fit"
After Neil Lennon resigned from his post on Wednesday the speculation is growing over who may be the next man in the hot-seat at Celtic Park
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Mum thanks 'incredible NHS staff' for saving husband's life after Covid battle
Hassan Ali Asif, 32, was put on a ventilator for three weeks at North Manchester General Hospital
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Biden insists controversial migrant shelter for children won’t stay open long
Border Patrol intercepted more than 2,000 unaccompanied children last week
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Bolton Wanderers player ratings vs Barrow: Santos, Baptiste and Miller good
Here's how we rated the Wanderers players in the League Two clash against the Bluebirds
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Refereeing controversy and two missed penalties see West Brom snatch victory against Brighton
West Brom 1-0 Brighton: Sam Allardyce’s side breathed life into their survival hopes in a chaotic game
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Mason prepares for Liverpool duty with howler having already felt Klopp's wrath
Lee Mason will be on fourth official duty for Liverpool's game at Sheffield United having made a howler on Saturday afternoon and previously got on Jurgen Klopp's wrong side
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Chelsea striker Timo Werner needs ‘a lot of work’ and ‘doesn’t look like a goalscorer’, says Paul Merson
'There’s a lot of work to be done.'
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Archeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii
Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site in Italy have announced the discovery of an intact ceremonial chariot, one of several important discoveries made outside the park following an investigation into an illegal dig
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Man threatened to blow up NHS hospital in £10,000,000 blackmail plot
Emil Apreda couldn't be extradited to the UK from Germany due to changes in the rules after Brexit.
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West Ham take heart in defeat despite being undone by Man City’s clinical touch
Vladimir Coufal’s reaction to the full-time whistle at Manchester City showed just how close West Ham had come to upsetting the odds, here.
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Nicola Sturgeon must resign 'if even half' of Alex Salmond claims are true, Tory MSP warns
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Piers Corbyn is led away by police as he is arrested AGAIN after attending anti-lockdown march
The coronavirus conspiracy theorist, 73, was pictured in handcuffs being led away by Metropolitan Police officers in Bishops Park, Fulham, West London, on Saturday.
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Timo Werner explains how he has ‘changed’ since Thomas Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard
He is enjoying life under the new boss.
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Protester launches firework at police officer's FACE in Dublin city centre in anti-lockdown march 
Footage showed the protesters massing on Grafton Street leading to St Stephen's Green before a man walked towards the police line aiming a stick of fireworks which blew into the face of an officer.
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Brighton miss two penalties in West Brom defeat after VAR chaos
Brighton are in relegation trouble and after this match it would be follyto say that West Brom cannot escape relegation. Because this preposterous encounter proved that many strange things happen in football. Sam Allardyce’s side remain far adrift of safety but will take great hope from a match in which Kyle Bartley scored the winning goal and Brighton missed two penalties either side of having a goal ruled out amid scenes of rank farce.Brighton were already trailing to Bartley’s close-range header when the match lapsed into absurdity just before the half hour, when Lewis Dunk thought he had struck an equaliser for Brighton, only for his supposed goal to be disallowed, then allowed, then disallowed again. The referee, Lee Mason, appeared to be as confused as the players during a three-minute period in which the teams took turns to argue their case with the official, who ultimately needed assistance from VAR to explain what he had done. Continue reading...
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Crowds hit beaches and parks to enjoy 13°C weather despite stay at home warning
It comes after Professor Jonathan Van-Tam warned people against 'taking their foot off the brake'.
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Government under pressure to reopen grounds on same date as shopping centres and pub gardens
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Woman loses both her parents to Covid who died from virus just two weeks apart
Ray Scovell, 76, from Sandown, Isle of Wight, was admitted to hospital after becoming ill on January 8 and passed away over a week before his wife Rosemary, 73, also ended up in hospital.
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Six neighbours win £210k lotto windfall and say they'll celebrate with takeaways
The five neighbours from Trafford, Greater Manchester, scooped £30,000 each in the People's Postcode Lottery prize draw, with the sixth winning £60,000 after buying two tickets
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Anas Sarwar becomes UK's first Muslim to lead a political party
He has been elected to lead Scottish Labour after beating rival MSP Monica Lennon by 57.6% to 42.4% of the votesAnas Sarwar has continued a family tradition by becoming the UK’s first Muslim to lead a political party.Sarwar’s father, Mohammed, was the first Muslim MP, elected to Glasgow Central in 1997, before going on to be governor of the Punjab region in his native Pakistan. Continue reading...
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Olivia Attwood admits she feels ‘guilty’ for getting hair dyed for work amid lockdown
'I don't make the rules'.
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Forget the headache excuse, sex can actually help a headache
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2 skiers defy death in descent of Yosemite's Half Dome
Two men have navigated down the precipitous shoulder of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park and alternately skied and rappelled back to the valley floor in an unusually daring feat
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Revealed: Priti Patel U-turn on end to detention for refugee women
Home Office accused of betrayal over network of new asylum-seeker centresA new network of immigration detention units for women is being quietly planned by the Home Office, contrary to previous pledges to reform the system and reduce the number of vulnerable people held.An initial detention centre, based in County Durham on the site of a former youth prison, will open for female asylum seekers this autumn. Continue reading...
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Austerity is alive and well, and giving public services a kicking | Phillip Inman
Rishi Sunak rejects comparisons between himself and George Osborne. But the view from local government is very differentThere are plenty of ways to measure austerity. Before, during and after the budget this week, voters will hear Rishi Sunak herald the end of tight spending as the government builds a bridge from the pandemic to a glorious recovery.What economists do when they want to kick the tyres on such claims is look at the Treasury’s books. They want to see whether public spending is contracting or expanding. And if there is a squeeze, we can be said to be living in a period of austerity. Continue reading...
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The week in audio: Today in Focus; Cold Case Cuts; Renegades: Born in the USA; Between the Ears
Two podcasts offer very different takes on true crime, while Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen get chattingToday in Focus: Freshwater | The GuardianCold Case Crime Cuts | Apple podcastsRenegades: Born in the USA | SpotifyBetween the Ears: Concrete Paris | Radio 3/ BBC SoundsThis is a strange one: a true-crime cold case set among lobster fishers in the Channel. In 2011, the so-called Freshwater Five were convicted of conspiracy to smuggle drugs. A gobsmacking amount of drugs: 250kg of cocaine, with a street value of £53m. Continue reading...
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Sweet treats: confectionery paintings – in pictures
Reed Wilson has a theory: that these days women start to paint when they are older, and carry on. Men hit their peak earlier and give up. She studied at Camberwell and Brighton in the 1980s, but it was considered ‘a bit lowbrow’ to paint still lifes, and she stopped. Until 18 months ago, when someone gave her some sweets. Watching light glint off their wrappers, she saw that each twist was slightly different, that these uniform objects had ‘their own little characters’ . Wilson also became fascinated by confectioners’ compulsion to turn sweets into cartoon creatures – prawns or snakes. Her other paintings – a ball of twine, an egg cup, a tea towel transfigured by light – make familiar objects look extraordinary and utterly themselves. Mostly acrylic on board, they are all small, and all marvels. Continue reading...
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