Guaridola says Bernardo struggled after 'being accused of something he's not'

Bernardo Silva was banned for one game in 2019 for an offensive tweet sent to Manchester City teammate Benjamin Mendy.
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Get tested without delay, health chiefs urge Londoners in areas hit by Covid South African variant
Londoners in areas with surge testing to combat the Covid-19 South African variant were today urged to get a test “as soon as possible”.
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Snooker World Championship draw: Ronnie O’Sullivan to begin Crucible title defence against Mark Joyce
Ronnie O’Sullivan will begin the defence of his latest World Snooker Championship title against debutant Mark Joyce this weekend.
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Deer dies after running into fence while being chased by dog in Bushy Park
The owner had taken the dog off the lead.
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Covid-19 UK: NHS waiting list hits ANOTHER record-high amid pandemic, official figures show
It is the highest number since records began in 2007. The NHS England data also revealed nearly 400,000 people have waited more than a year for treatment, the highest in 14 years.
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Angela Merkel to receive AstraZeneca vaccine: German leader to get Oxford jab THIS WEEK
ANGELA MERKEL will receive the AstraZeneca vaccine tomorrow, in a move set to boost confidence in the Oxford jab across the European Union.
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Charles and Camilla make emotional visit to tributes left for Prince Philip
The Prince of Wales looked close to tears as he viewed tributes to his late father.
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Daryl Powell's power over Warrington Wolves recruitment ahead of new campaign
Powell is contracted to Castleford for the rest of the season but will have 'total control' of Warrington's recruitment
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Oxford Biomedica gets £50m revenue lift from AstraZeneca jab
Oxford Biomedica, the gene and cell therapy specialist spearheading commercial manufacture of the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine in the UK, saw total revenues leap by more than a third in 2020.
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Katie Price tells terminally-ill mum go wild on credit cards before she dies
Katie Price told that she has been telling her terminally-ill mum Amy to spend money on credit cards before she dies during an appearance on Steph's Packed Lunch
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Beachfront wooden cabin with 'best views in Cornwall' on the market for £400,000
But the Carbis Bay retreat can only be used as an occasional holiday home and you need to be a cash buyer if you fancy some stunning Cornish views across St Ives Bay
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Normal People's Sarah Greene shares she's had a baby boy after secret pregnancy
Normal People's Sarah Greene was delighted to share she welcomed a baby boy with her mystery musician partner as she calls the last year 'life changing'
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gives verdict on Man United youngster Will Fish
Teenage defender Will Fish will be in the Man United squad for the first time in Thursday's Europa League match vs Granada.
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Kate Ferdinand shows off post-baby body and shares glimpse of walk-in wardrobe
Kate Ferdinand let fans into her glamorous closet for a peek at her dressing routine - and it's so big she's even got an armchair to rest in
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Rathbones Folio prize paid £30,000 to scammers posing as the winner
‘Sophisticated cyber-criminals’ took Valeria Luiselli’s winnings, though a similar fraud attempt on the Baillie Gifford prize was foiledThe Rathbones Folio prize has revealed that it paid £30,000 prize money to scammers posing as the author Valeria Luiselli, who won the award in 2020.Publishing industry magazine the Bookseller revealed on Wednesday that the Folio, which is awarded to the year’s best work of literature regardless of form, was scammed by “sophisticated cyber-criminals”. The scammers posed as the Mexican author Luiselli, who had won with her novel Lost Children Archive, and requested that the £30,000 payment be made through PayPal. Continue reading...
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Courtney Stodden comes out as non-binary and says their ‘spirit is fluid’
Courtney divorced from Doug Hutchison last year.
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Chelsea join Manchester United and Spurs in transfer battle for Fulham star Joachim Andersen
The centre-back is wanted by a host of the Premier League's biggest clubs.
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Climate change is making it harder to get a good cup of COFFEE
A team from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) created computer simulations to examine the effects of 'climatic' factors on coffee growing areas in Ethiopia.
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Kate Middleton's stylish blue cardigan from Boden is back in stock
Royal fashion fan can get the Duchess of Cambridge's look for £75 - but they'll need to be quick
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Texas pupils set prices for classmates in ‘Slave Trade’ chat
‘We want our students of colour to understand that they are loved and supported in Aledo ISD’
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Pet time and power naps: working from home during the Covid crisis
From getting chores done to missing colleagues, readers reveal the highs and lows of remote workingCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageWorking from home has some well-publicised advantages, such as time and money saved on commutes, but some people have also found innovative ways to use their time. From cat-napping to later-life learning, four readers share their highs and lows of working from home. Continue reading...
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MP seen completely naked on Commons Zoom call 'Tie and jacket obligatory - as are pants!'
A CANADIAN MP was accidentally caught completely naked on a parliamentary Zoom call.
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Ivanka Trump causes MAGA meltdown after sharing photograph getting vaccine
Trump supporters called Ivanka a ‘disappointment’ for getting the jab
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London’s best rooftop bars and restaurants for outdoor dining
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Eurozone collapse: Spain's debt reaches record €83bn in 2020 as EU's recovery fund stalls
EUROZONE countries continue to struggle to cope with the financial effects of the pandemic, with Spain reaching a record €83billion in debt.
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Man charged with ‘carrying axe’ near Buckingham Palace
Vladyslav Dryhval, 46, was arrested on Tuesday after being seen by a member of the publicA man has been charged after allegedly wielding an axe near Buckingham Palace.Private security guards working on the Mall were alerted by a member of the public to a man apparently carrying an axe at about 6.30pm on Tuesday. They challenged and detained the man, who was then arrested by armed Metropolitan police officers on patrol nearby. Continue reading...
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Desperate for a cigarette? Try these two-minute stress busters instead
Stay smoke-free with these relaxation techniques, says Liz Connor.
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Parents share 'genius' way they trick son, 2, into taking medicine
Yazmin Alexa Vargas, of Bogotá, Colombia, took to the Facebook page Family Lockdown Tips and Ideas to reveal her partner David's very clever way to persuade their son Diego to take Nurofen.
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The Duchess of Cornwall has launched season two of her book club: These are the titles to add to your list
Camilla is known for being a voracious reader, so you can trust her recommendations
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3 Guys Created A Pink Glove For Disposing Tampons. Give Us Strength
Disposing of tampons isn’t rocket science. You pull the string, wrap it in tissue and stick it in the bin. Job done. But a group of guys from Germany think we’re doing it all wrong.The three men created a product called Pinky – a bright pink glove you’re encouraged to wear while removing a tampon or pad, which then forms its own bag. Yep, it’s essentially a dog poo bag for people who have periods. The invention has gone down like a lead balloon with women on social media, who’ve accused the men of “mansplaining” periods, as well as contributing to the discourse that periods are dirty, shameful and must be hidden.  View this post on InstagramA post shared by Pinky Gloves® (@pinky_gloves)The Pinky glove gained global attention after it was shared by Dr Jen Gunter,  dubbed “Twitter’s resident gynaecologist”. “So these dudes designed pink gloves so tampons and pads can be disposed of properly and discretely. I shit you not,” she tweeted, alongside translated screenshots from the brand’s Instagram. In the screenshots, the men claim they created the product after speaking to female housemates about the challenges of disposing tampons – but people on Twitter are having none of it. You know what the world doesn't need? More men making a fuss about periods and earning a shitload of money by selling products no one really needs. #pinkygloves#HoehlederLoewenhttps://t.co/qbXwdtI8u7— Gabriela Madeleine Greilinger (@ggreilinger) April 14, 20211. Men use a hand urinating, and are constantly adjusting or otherwise handling their junk2. Studies show few men wash their hands after using public restroomsBut sure, men, make and shame women into using female genital gloves because our bodies freak you out. Grow TF up.— Lisa Senecal (@lcsenecal) April 14, 2021One of the absolute dumbest things I have ever come across. And to look so incredibly proud of inventing a "problem" to "solve".
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Care homes ‘failed’ by lateral flow test rollout, says study author
Analysis of a pilot in Liverpool found ‘poor’ adherence from care home staff and no impact on Covid-19 outbreaks.
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Woman legally changes name in battle with LinkedIn only for company to backtrack
A woman who legally changed her name after LinkedIn told her she had to use her real name on the social media site, has been left with the new moniker after the company reversed their decision
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Too Close viewers furious as ITV freezes 'during the last ten minutes of the finale'
Taking to Twitter, British viewers complained that the psychological thriller stopped playing during an advertisement for home furnishings retailer ScS.
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SNP offers Scots up to £50,000 to move to the islands
Nicola Sturgeon’s party plans bond scheme to stop rural depopulation
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Casemiro's moment with Klopp and Real Madrid message after seeing off Liverpool
Real Madrid booked their place in the Champions League semi-finals at Liverpool's expense, with no-one personifying the pragmatic display from Zinedine Zidane's men quite as much as their Brazilian anchorman
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Anger and violence is the understandable reaction when racism rarely faces consequence
The ‘right kind’ of justice for racism is rarely forthcoming, writes Vithushan Ehantharajah, as Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara would have known only too well when he reacted to abuse in a Europa League game
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What got me through lockdown? Sharing pork belly with the next-door neighbours | Jay Rayner
Swapping missing ingredients and spare custard tarts over the garden wall made difficult times a little easier to live withTrue neighbourliness is a single onion sitting on a garden wall. It’s a nub end of ginger or a roll of greaseproof paper. Over the past year, all of these things and more besides have loitered on the old brick wall that separates our garden from that of our lovely neighbours, Marc and Elvira. The pandemic has written many narratives around food: there have been community projects to make meals for those in need, and schemes to keep frontline healthcare workers fed during long shifts. But alongside the big arching themes are the more intimate stories of people simply finding ways to bring moments of joy into the flatline of lockdown. When I eventually look back at it all I know it will be the story of our garden wall, and the part it played in how we ate, that will make me smile the most.Before Covid-19 we would, of course, knock occasionally on each other’s doors and ask to borrow a missing ingredient. We discovered shortly after they moved in a few years ago that our new neighbours were as up for a cooking project as we were. Marc once showed me a picture of a suckling pig on his phone, like he’d been offered a hot motor, and asked me if I fancied going halves. He’s that sort of man. (His name suggests he might be French, doesn’t it? He isn’t. He’s from Torquay.) Marc and Elvira could always be relied upon to have what we did not and vice vera. Plus, we were all impeccable neighbours. We replaced whatever we had borrowed. Have a couple of onions back. Here’s your lemon. Continue reading...
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While She Sleeps: Sleeps Society review | Ben Beaumont-Thomas's album of the week
(Search & Destroy/Spinefarm Records)The noisy Sheffield band fully realise their pop potential on their fifth album, as they vent thrillingly about society’s manifold illsThe UK album chart is weighted heavily in favour of musicians whose fans actually buy their albums – rightly so, you could argue, given how hard it is for artists to make money these days. One sale of an LP, CD or download is equivalent to 1,000 streams, meaning that if an artist gets their ducks in a row – pre-order campaign, enticing vinyl editions, merchandise bundles – they can gatecrash the Top 5 off the back of fan purchases, as the cult likes of Dry Cleaning, Thunder and RJ Thompson have found in recent weeks. Continue reading...
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In the Thick of It by Alan Duncan review – Johnson is a ‘buffoon’, Gove a ‘freak’
The diaries of the former Tory minister dismiss the PM’s Brexit arguments as ‘puerile junk’, but Britain’s stagnant politics is the real targetSerious times call for serious people. If living through a global pandemic had somehow failed to underline that, then the sight of violence returning to the streets of Northern Ireland in recent weeks should. The argument for grownups in the room could hardy seem clearer. But until recently you might have got good odds against Alan Duncan emerging at its standard bearer.Still, cometh the hour, cometh the diarist. In the Thick of It, this former Tory minister’s account of the four years running up to Boris Johnson’s landslide election victory in 2019, initially grabbed the headlines thanks to the sheer gleeful bitchiness of the insults littered throughout. But there’s a more serious message at the heart of this book, reeking as it does of decline and despair. Continue reading...
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Note helped rescuers find two missing campers in Death Valley
The note read: ‘Two flat tires, headed to Mormon Point, have three days’ worth of water’
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From kangaroo salad to garlic ‘bugs’: Exploring Australia’s 50,000-year-old culinary history
As an island with both Indigenous people and a global array of immigrants, Australia’s food culture is ripe for exploration. A new book does just that, writes Hannah Twiggs
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Monica Jones, Philip Larkin and Me by John Sutherland review
She was a vile racist, a depressed companion to a constitutionally unfaithful man, but Monica Jones was also the woman who cultivated the aesthetic sensibility of one of the greatest poets of the last century, says Tomiwa Owolade
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Mohamed Salah's Real Madrid transfer audition - and what it means for his agent
Liverpool's leading goalscorer is eyeing up a new contract at Anfield as he looks to secure his future, but the club are in no rush to make a decision with the ball very much in their court
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Rio Ferdinand sends classy message to Liverpool fans on 32nd anniversary of Hillsborough disaster
32 years ago today...
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Climate crisis pushing polar bears to mate with grizzlies, producing hybrid ‘pizzly’ bears
Scientists say warming Arctic is expanding range of grizzlies, bringing species into greater contact
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8 best tie dye kits to add a pop of colour to your wardrobe
Go bold or go home with the grooviest DIY sets for all the family
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M&S sues Aldi ‘because Cuthbert the Caterpillar is too similar to Colin’
Marks & Spencer wants its rival to remove the cake from its shelves.
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How to watch Prince Philip’s funeral on TV: What time does it start?
Members of public have been advised not to travel to Windsor to pay their respects
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Manchester United know how to save millions on Declan Rice transfer
Declan Rice has been linked with a move to Old Trafford but Man United have another option.
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