Hillsborough victim and screenwriter nominated for Freedom of Liverpool

Andrew Devine, 55, died in July, more than 32 years after he suffered serious injuries at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.
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Celine Dion cancels North America tour due to ongoing health issues
‘I was really hoping that I’d be good to go by now, but I suppose I just have to be more patient,’ singer said
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Russell Grant's predictions for today - one star sign gets a blast from the past
One star sign must rectify a mistake they didn't make while it's time for another to start planning a holiday, however others should be aware of being put in an awkward position
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Six things you missed from the Premier League weekend including another Jadon Sancho snub
There were fireworks on and off the pitch in the Premier League this weekend with no shortage of brilliant goals, heroic individual performances and ruthless decisions
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Denzel Washington ‘last to know’ about Tenet star son John David Washington’s acting career
He's the proudest dad for all his children's successes though.
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Hedgelaying is the unexpected way you can help nature – here’s how to do it
Get gardening.
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Rum and reggaeton: What’s it’s like to visit tropical Puerto Rico in January
There's no such thing as January blues on this rum-soaked island.
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Coronation Street spoilers: Tim plans for his own funeral in sad scenes
Tim pays a visit to George.
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Emmerdale spoilers: Meena returns for final revenge?
Beginning of the end?
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Manchester United have four perfect transfer targets for two problem positions
Manchester United have fallen far behind the leaders in the race for the Premier League.
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Man City are already preparing their ideal Ederson replacement
One day Manchester City will have to replace Ederson and they're already preparing for it.
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Piers Morgan slams Prince Harry for 'behaving like a shameless hypocrite'
Piers Morgan has hit out at Prince Harry's behaviour as the US-based Duke of Sussex says he can't return to the UK due to safety worries
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Pacific volcano: Daughter describes ‘helpless’ wait for news of parents after Tonga tsunami
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Texas hostage taker shot dead pictured for first time as family say they were 'liaising with FBI' from North West in new statement
Malik Faisal Akram, from Blackburn, held four hostages at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas
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Scream overtakes Spider-Man: No Way Home at the box office with a £22.3 million debut
No Way Home on the other hand grossed £15.2m in its fifth weekend of release
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Japan's Kishida says virus measures, defense top priorities
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has said fighting the pandemic was a “top priority” for his government in his speech opening this year’s parliamentary session
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Police officer caught choking colleague who tried to stop him attacking suspect
Pullease turned aggressive as the police were arresting a verbally and physically resistive suspect
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Girl, 9, missing in Greenwich found, police say
A missing nine-year-old girl from south-east London who was the subject of a police appeal has been found.
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Former Lloyds boss Horta-Osorio quits Credit Suisse after investigation
Antonio Horta-Osorio received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to the financial sector and mental health.
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Former Lloyds boss Horta-Osorio quits Credit Suisse after investigation
Antonio Horta-Osorio received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to the financial sector and mental health.
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Revealed: many common omega-3 fish oil supplements are ‘rancid’
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Trailblazing Arab lawmaker shakes up Israeli politics
Arab politician Mansour Abbas broke a longstanding taboo when he joined Israel’s governing coalition last year
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Desperate, exhausted and poorly paid: Workers lift the lid on Greater Manchester's crumbling social care
Grandparents begging for carers to stay longer, unqualified workers and a staffing crisis are some of the factors workers are having to deal with
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Struggling Credit Suisse ousts chairman after Covid quarantine probe
Credit Suisse Group AG’s Chairman Antonio Horta-Osorio resigned after just nine months in the role, following a series of missteps including reported breaches of Swiss and UK quarantine rules that eroded confidence in his leadership (Bloomberg).
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Amber Rose backtracks on viral Kanye West tweet: ‘Kim Kardashian nor her sisters deserved that’
A tweet from 2015 recirculated social media amid Kanye and Kim’s drama.
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A thin Uncle Phil? Why the Fresh Prince reboot is a travesty for Big Guys
Will Smith’s Nineties comedy series is being rebooted as a gritty drama that has divided fans. But it’s the reimagination of Uncle Phil as a muscular patriarch that’s bothering Ed Cumming
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Outrage as 'selfish to****s who need to be jailed' target allotments AGAIN
Scrap wood, an old sofa and a bathtub were just some of the items dumped outside Pleasant Street allotments
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Cristiano Ronaldo has an important new role at Manchester United
Man United are struggling on the pitch this season and Cristiano Ronaldo has an important new role at the club.
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Apichatpong Weerasethakul: ‘Exploding Head Syndrome is a really peculiar thing’
As Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s new film ‘Memoria’ arrives, James Mottram talks to the Palme d’Or-winning filmmaker about his unexpected fandom, working with Tilda Swinton and his struggles with a noise-related medical condition
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Monday briefing: PM turns on BBC as ‘Partygate’ pressure mounts
Johnson accused of abolishing licence fee as a distraction … 8 million Britons drinking too much … and Ruth Davidson on mental health and politicsGood Monday morning to you, Graham Russell here with the latest news to start the week. Continue reading...
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The beautiful pictures of three pregnant sisters that tell a magical story for troubled times
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Cameron Norrie knocked out in Australian Open first round by Sebastian Korda
Hopes that Cameron Norrie would begin 2022 where he left out last season were dashed as the British No1 suffered a 6-3 6-0 6-4 defeat to Sebastian Korda in the opening round of the Australian Open.
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TV tonight: Euphoria is the house party that just won’t end
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Transfer news LIVE: Arsenal in Vlahovic and Tielemans boost as Man Utd linked with Dybala
Arsenal are still trying to push for Fiorentina star Vlahovic and Juventus's Arthur, Chelsea are keeping tabs on Sergino Dest and Man Utd have set their asking price for Phil Jones
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ITV Loose Women: Judi Love's real life journey from struggling single mum to stardom and off-screen battles
The comedian's TV career is reaching new heights
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‘She chopped her hair off’: Pakistani women’s struggle to play cricket
In such a conservative country, young women often have to fight their own families first just to play the sport they loveBisma Amjad plays cricket. She aspires to play internationally and was picked for Pakistan’s under-19 World Cup squad.But when the pandemic came, because she was a woman, there was nowhere for her to practise, so she dressed as a man to play alongside male cricketers at “gully cricket” – the street game. Continue reading...
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Fund to preserve, assist Black churches gets $20M donation
A new effort to preserve historic Black churches in the United States has received a $20 million donation that will go to help congregations
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China’s birthrate falls to 61-year low despite moves to stave off demographic crisis
Beijing has announced major reforms to address the decline, including raising the retirement age and implementing a three-child policyChina’s birthrate has fallen to its lowest level in six decades, barely outnumbering deaths in 2021 despite major government efforts to increase population growth and stave off a demographic crisis.Across China, 10.62 million babies were born in 2021, a rate of 7.52 per thousand people, the national bureau of statistics said on Monday. In the same period 10.14 million deaths were recorded, a mortality rate of 7.18 per thousand, producing a population growth rate of just 0.34 per thousand head of population. Continue reading...
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Nurse caught 'injecting' vaccine into a tissue before issuing Covid pass in scam
According to investigators in Italy there was a network of dozens of scammers who brought people from across Italy to a vaccination centre in Ancona
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FBI under fire for claiming Texas synagogue attack wasn’t related to anti-Semitism
FBI claims attacker was focused on issue not directly connected to the Jewish community
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Support flows to 'changed' Texas synagogue after standoff
The tight-knit congregation at a Texas synagogue where four people were held hostage by an armed captor during a 10-hour standoff over the weekend traces its roots back to a gathering organized over 20 years ago by a handful of families who were new to the area
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US weather: 150,000 left without power as ‘bad storm’ hits 80million in States and Canada
ALMOST 150,000 people have been left without power after a "pretty bad storm" put more than 80million people under weather warnings in the USA and Canada.
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More than 1m UK women could quit their jobs through lack of menopause support
In a survey of 2,000 women with menopause symptoms, 63% said their workplace had no policy in placeMore than 1 million women in the UK could be forced out of their jobs this year because their employers are failing to support them as they go through the menopause, researchers have said.A survey of 2,000 women aged 45 to 67 across the UK experiencing menopause symptoms found that this lack of support is having a direct impact on their decisions to leave the workplace. The women said it was the second most devastating impact on their career to date, only just behind having children. Continue reading...
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Robert Burns letters reveal poet was advised not to write in Scots dialect
Burns warned use of dialect would alienate London readers in letter that forms part of major project by University of GlasgowScotland’s beloved son and national bard Robert Burns has done more than any other poet to export the 18th-century Scottish dialect around the world, through the new year classic Auld Lang Syne and his other famous works.His lyrics, such as “we twa hae run about the braes/and pou’d the gowans fine”, may be incomprehensible to many, but the fame and influence of a man annually celebrated on 25 January has endured over more than two centuries. Continue reading...
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What next for England after Ashes embarrassment?
Captain Joe Root may survive the fall-out but changes elsewhere are likely.
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‘How lucky was I?’: The Good Fight’s Christine Baranski on Sondheim, stardom and snobbery
As she prepares to star in the new ‘American Downton’, the 69-year-old actor talks about her blue-collar roots, her friendship with Stephen Sondheim — and the pleasures of late-career fameChristine Baranski is an “Oh, her …” kind of actor. Casual observers might not recognise her name, but they always, instantly, know her face. “Oh, her,” they say, when they see her starring in The Good Fight, the successful spin-off to the TV drama The Good Wife, in which she also co-starred. “It’s the woman who played Leonard’s mother on The Big Bang Theory and Meryl Streep’s high-kicking friend in Mamma Mia!” “Oh, her,” they say, when they spot her in comedy classic Bowfinger. “It’s the woman who brings sass and class to whatever she’s in.” Exactly. That’s her.With her high-toned enunciation and elegant bearing that verges on regal, Baranski seems like the human embodiment of Manhattan’s Upper East Side circa 1955, and when we connect via video call she initially fulfils all preconceptions. “Now, tell me about London, how are things going there? Oh, I’m so sorry,” she says. Continue reading...
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