Jamie Carragher pinpoints key to Liverpool's success under Jurgen Klopp

The Anfield legend has highlighted the significant change which has transformed the Reds from hopeful contenders to Champions League and Premier League champions in recent seasons
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Brexit nostalgia about the countryside is based on a past that never existed
Boris Johnson’s agriculture proposals will be dressed up in the notion that the countryside can be ‘returned’ to its pristine state. But to understand the future of farming, we have to appreciate its economics
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Children must prove they understand gender reassignment before taking puberty blockers, High Court rules
Children under 16 who want to undergo gender reassignment must now convince a judge they understand the “immediate and long-term consequences” of the process before taking puberty blockers, a landmark ruling said today.  
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‘A bid for world domination’: South Korea up in arms after China claims to be setting standard for kimchi
China has received ISO certification for pao cai, a pickled vegetable dish that closely resembles South Korea’s kimchi
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Coronavirus: Ministers have not shown that billions of spending on PPE was ‘fair and transparent’, says watchdog
Government ‘indefinitely’ vulnerable to questions until it provides evidence of value for money
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Naughty dog chews up her owner’s things and then poses next to her mess
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Daisy May Cooper brings back This Country’s Kerry Mucklowe to raise £10,000 for charity
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Drake, Juice Wrld and The Weeknd among Spotify UK’s most streamed artists of 2020
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Viewers loved The Undoing...but Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman's glossy thriller divided the critics
While the unveiling of Elena Alves's killer in the final episode of the HBO thriller left many viewers begging for more, the professional critics were much harder to please.
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Matthew Wright's stalker, 54, is given restraining order for harassing TV presenter's family
BREAKING: Michelle Ranicar, 54, has been handed a restraining order at Wood Green Crown Court for stalking the family of television and radio presenter Matthew Wright.
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German far right group ‘who wanted to resurrect Nazi state’ banned and homes raided by police
Weapons including crossbow found during searches 
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Which tier am I in? How to check the Covid alert level in your area
London will be in tier 2, the government has announced
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What time is lockdown tier vote tonight?
THE NATIONAL lockdown will be replaced with a three-tier lockdown system if it is agreed by MPs, so what time is the lockdown tier vote tonight?
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Man spared jail after killing rats by pouring boiling water over them
Gary Doidge, 27, inflicted ‘terrible suffering’ on the animals after they were captured in a plastic bin.
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Kent clubber, 23, was electrocuted on train tracks taking short cut across railway station
William Israel (pictured), 23, was killed trying to cut through Canterbury East station in Kent to get to a friend's house after leaving a nearby nightclub in the city.
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What Arcadia going into administration actually means for retail workers
Arcadia Group, which owns Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Wallis and Burton, has gone into administration.
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Dua Lipa’s ‘Studio 2054’ livestream concert breaks records as more than five million tune in
Dua Lipa’s “Studio 2054” livestream concert was watched by more than five million viewers, smashing global livestream records.
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Dean Henderson played his own part in Manchester United's comeback win
Edinson Cavani deserved the headlines but Dean Henderson's presence helped underpin Man United's comeback at Southampton.
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Children who want puberty blockers must understand effects, high court rules
Bid against NHS trust brought by woman who took hormone blockers at 16 before ‘detransitioning’Children under 16 who wish to undergo gender reassignment can only consent to having puberty blockers if they are able to understand the nature of the treatment, the high court has said in a landmark ruling.Keira Bell, a 23-year-old woman who began taking puberty blockers when she was 16 before “detransitioning”, brought legal action against the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, which runs the UK’s only gender identity development service for children. Continue reading...
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Prince Harry appears to make rare mention of aunt Sarah Ferguson during poignant interview
PRINCE HARRY appears to have quoted one of his aunt Sarah Ferguson's tweets during an interview.
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Olympic boxing qualifier set to return to London in April behind closed doors
The Olympic boxing qualifier in London, which was axed at the start of the coronavirus outbreak, will return to the capital in April next year.
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Mum walks out of hospital having survived coronavirus coma after giving birth
Heartwarming footage shows Eva Ahmed , 28, walking out of hospital as staff line up against the corridors to give her a guard of honour
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Many migrants are struggling to access remote HIV tests – but we can work together to help them
The way we access healthcare and other services has changed for everyone in the UK, but even more so for marginalised groups such as migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and sex workers
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Elon Musk says first proper flight of Mars-bound Starship will be live streamed ‘real soon’, likely tomorrow
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Boy, 7, rushed to hospital in 'serious condition' following collision
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Paul Lambert battles for Ipswich future at a ghost club in rapid decline
Ipswich have lost five of their past eight League One games and alarm bells are ringing loudly in a season crucial to their futureLast month the Ipswich goalkeeping coach Jimmy Walker tweeted his views on this season’s third tier. “Massive few weeks ahead,” he wrote. “League One is bonkers … and dare I say it … very average. If we don’t finish top four minimum we might as well wrap up.”Using Walker’s logic, Ipswich may be returning Portman Road’s keys to the local council in May. They sit sixth, although three sides below them have games in hand, and have lost five of their past eight matches. The decline of the last decade, which culminated in relegation from the Championship in 2019, is on the verge of spiralling into something far more serious. Ipswich feel like a ghost of a club: an institution that fell asleep on the job and has been outstripped by a long line of smarter, brighter rivals. Continue reading...
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Chilling new photos show grinning French serial killer 'Dr Satan' on trial after murdering 60 people
Marcel Petiot was a respected doctor in France until his horrific murders were uncovered during World War II, and rare photos of his trial are now up for auction.
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Betty Bobbitt, Prisoner Cell Block H And Crocodile Dundee Star, Dies Aged 81
Actor Betty Bobbitt has died at the age of 81, it has been confirmed. She was best known for her role in Australian drama Prisoner Cell Block H. Betty’s son Christopher Hill confirmed she died in hospital on Monday, after suffering a “massive stroke” last week.Writing on his mother’s official Facebook page, he said: “Sadly, mum passed away this morning at 10:20am after five nights in hospital.“She was peaceful and in no pain. Thank you for your support and apologies if I can’t respond to everyone but I will try. I will post more later.”At the weekend, Chris revealed Betty was receiving palliative care after being admitted to hospital on Wednesday. “We are hugely devastated and struggling to come to terms with such a sudden event,” he said at the time. “My mum has been a legend, an inspiration, a mentor and icon for so many.”Betty, who was born in the US and based in Australia, was known to millions as Judy Bryant in Prisoner Cell Block H, which she appeared in from 1980 and 1985.She also made cameo appearances in several of the Crocodile Dundee films between 1988 and 2020. Among her final roles was also a guest appearance in an episode of Neighbours in 2019. 
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Eight last-minute 2020 advent calendars you can still buy
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The Undoing: TEN questions it left unanswered 
While The Undoing finale revealed Elena Alves's there are plenty of other unanswered questions that have left social media users infuriated. Here, FEMAIL delves into 10 of the biggest...
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An effective response to Europe’s fiscal paralysis | George Soros
With Hungary and Poland vetoing the EU budget and Covid recovery fund, the case for issuing perpetual bonds has never been strongerI have written a lot in the past about the desirability of the EU issuing perpetual bonds. But today I am proposing that individual member states should do so.Right now, it would be impossible for the EU to issue perpetual bonds, because the member states are too divided. Poland and Hungary have vetoed the next EU budget and the Covid-19 recovery fund, and the so-called Frugal Five (Austria, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden) are more interested in saving money than in contributing to the common good. Investors will buy perpetual bonds only from an entity that they believe will continue to exist for the foreseeable future. That was true of Britain in the 18th century (when it issued consols) and of the US in the 19th century (when it consolidated individual states’ debt). Sadly, it is not true of the EU today. Continue reading...
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EFL call on drinking ban in stands to end as fans return to football matches
The EFL are urging the Government to suspend the 35-year-old ban on fans being allowed to drink alcohol in their seats at stadia.
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Phillip Schofield’s face says it all after Michael Gove suggests two Scotch eggs and pickle is a ‘substantial meal’
The Scotch egg debate has reached new heights.
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Trial starts to see if popular £5.99 Boots nasal spray can stop coronavirus
Around 480 frontline NHS workers are taking the cold and flu spray - which contains seaweed - in a bid to see if it can prevent and reduce the severity of coronavirus
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MPs need to be taught not to meddle in the courts, says the country’s top judge.
The Lord Chief Justice hits out over political interference in the courts, saying “there’s been nothing quite like it in my experience”.
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‘Heathrow Grinch CEO is stealing workers’ wages’ says airport staff striking over salary cuts
‘These cuts are all about greed and not need,’ says union
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Aldi sell Meghan Markle’s favourite wine for £125 less than you’d usually pay
The Duchess's favourite type of red wine is now being stocked at supermarket Aldi for just £9.99 - a snip as to what it’s usually sold at
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The Undoing finale divides fans as Elena’s killer is revealed at last
The show’s denouement wasn’t quite what we were expecting (Warning: major spoilers ahead)
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It is time for Boris Johnson to ditch those who took him to the ball
This will be Boris’s first big rebellion where the rebels look suspiciously like the gang that got him into office
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Jake Paul fought Nate Robinson with gruesome injury as he challenges Conor McGregor
He shared grim photos of his injury.
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All you need to know on Debenhams Christmas orders amid collapse fears
Debenhams is set to be wound down after JD Sports pulled out rescue talks, placing 12,000 jobs at risk. Here's what it means for Black Friday orders, gift cards and refunds
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Christmas gifts for a taste of hotel heaven at home from Connaught martini glasses to dinner hampers
Every week our Holiday Hero Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at a brilliant holiday topic, doing all the legwork so you don't have to. This week: Christmas gifts from hotels we've missed in 2020.
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Mother shares a genius hack that helps her make TWO bottles of her own Baileys-like drink at home
Civil servant Kristi Carver, 41, from Carlisle, Cumbria, took to Facebook's Extreme Couponing and Bargains to share her recipe for homemade Baileys that she makes every Christmas.
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BBC football pundit accused of homophobic rant about male-model defender 'appearing in gay monthly'
Steve Thompson, 65, who was laid off by BBC Radio Lincolnshire until the end of the year for describing a clash between players as 'handbags', accused of a homophobic comment about Lewis Montsma, 22.
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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Ruthie Henshall apologises for ‘s******g Prince Andrew’ comments
The musical theatre star regrets telling the racy story in camp.
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