Jamie Redknapp fears over 'greedy' Mo Salah after Liverpool heroics vs West Ham

Mohamed Salah scored twice for Liverpool as they went on to beat West Ham 3-1 despite having a weakened side, and Jamie Redknapp was full of praise for the Egyptian at full-time
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UK coronavirus LIVE: Hunt for new Brazilian variant case as extra £1.6bn pledged for Covid vaccine rollout
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Government warned of spike in homelessness unless special pandemic measures extended
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34,000 people with dementia thought to have died of Covid in UK
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Set legal target to reverse nature’s rapid decline by 2030, campaigners tell Boris Johnson
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Budget is not time for tax rises, warns cross-party MPs’ report
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Oprah interview: Duke of Sussex opens up about Diana’s death in first trailer
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Piers Morgan compares Meghan and Harry to dictators after Oprah interview
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Democratic voting bill would make biggest changes in decades
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Is Everton vs Southampton on TV tonight? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch Premier League fixture
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The Crown almost sweeps the board at Golden Globes as British stars triumph
The Crown had a huge night at Sunday night's Golden Gobles winning Best Television Series, Drama and landing individual recognitions for Emma Corrin, Gillian Anderson and Josh O'Connor
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Golden Globes 2021: Chloé Zhao makes history and becomes second female ever to win best director
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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta ‘concerned’ by Emile Smith Rowe injury but says midfielder is ‘in a good place’
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta admits he is concerned by the injury suffered by Emile Smith Rowe against Leicester, but says the young midfielder is in good spirits.
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Ice baths are all over your Insta, here’s how to reap the benefits from home
Blasting yourself with freezing cold water for just a few minutes a day can improve focus, increase energy and reduce stress. Rosie Fitzmaurice finds out more
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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold review: a glimpse at the future of folding PCs
Tablet PC screen that folds like book or as dual-screen laptop is incredible piece of technology but not ready for mass marketLenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Fold is an entirely new form – a tablet PC that closes like a book with a foldable screen. It may just be the future of the computer.The £2,500-plus X1 Fold joins a rarefied group of cutting edge folding-screen devices that include the reinvention of the flip phone and a mobile tablet that folds in half to fit in your pocket. Continue reading...
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The Lamplighters by Emma Stonex review – haunting folk tale rebooted
Three lighthouse keepers in 70s Cornwall vanish in an elegant update of an early 20th-century mysteryAnyone who grew up in Scotland in the 70s and early 80s can tell you about the lighthouse keepers of the remote Flannan Isles in the Outer Hebrides in the early 20th century. The story of the three men who settled down to eat only to seemingly vanish into thin air haunted my childhood – and it would appear that of Emma Stonex too. The author’s first novel under her own name transports the location to the close-knit but still remote Cornish coast and updates the action, plausibly, to 1972 – an era when mobile phones don’t exist – before flashing forward to 1992 when an investigative journalist believes he has uncovered the truth but needs the men’s very different widows and girlfriends to prove it.These tweaks apart, events remain unnervingly similar: the stopped clocks; the unfinished meals; the log that records a heavy storm despite clear skies that week; the mysterious visitor. Continue reading...
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Should we buy now or wait for house prices to fall later this year?
A couple with young children want a long-term home in Liverpool and are feeling the strain of living with the in-lawsQ My fiancee and I are looking to buy a home in Liverpool. Our budget is about £160,000, which includes a cash deposit of £22,000. We’re looking for a three-bed house ideally with a bit of garden. We’re not afraid of some work to get a home renovated – and would most likely be doing so whatever we bought, so it would be a good long-term home for us and our two young children.We are living with my in-laws but would like to be in our own place as soon as possible. There’s a lot of unnecessary arguing and shouting in the house which is really affecting the mental health of my children and my partner. However, my in-laws are convinced that because of inflation house prices are artificially high, and are due to drop considerably later this year. Continue reading...
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Non-fatal strangulation to carry five years in prison under reforms
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Supporting children through the pandemic in Hackney – a photo essay
Photographer Grey Hutton has been photographing the impact of the pandemic and the community response in his home borough of Hackney, east London, meeting local families and documenting the support networks, with the support of the National Geographic Society Covid-19 Emergency Fund“The only time I come out of my bedroom is when my mum calls me,” Ava Ogarro quietly confesses to me as we chat on the sofa. She’s eight years old, and the youngest of three living with their mum, Joanne Piggin, in a two-bedroom apartment on the Frampton Park Estate in Hackney, east London. Ava hasn’t left the flat in days, despite Joanne encouraging her to see friends. Over the last year, something has changed and she doesn’t feel comfortable being around other people any more. Continue reading...
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First papal visit to Iraq to go ahead despite Covid and terrorism concerns
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Biden can help end Yemen civil war by backing referendum, say separatists
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Why did our pet insurance rise when we moved just three miles?
Even though we are staying with the same vet, Animal Friends increased our premium by £130Is our pet insurance premium increase justified after we moved three miles across Peterborough?We have four pets insured with Animal Friends – the cat for 14 years and the dogs for seven, six and five years. Our monthly premiums came to £158. We moved from a through-route in the centre of town to a cul-de-sac in the suburbs, but will continue to use the same vet. I notified Animal Friends, and was told our premiums would be increased to almost £169. Continue reading...
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Scottish Labour leader calls for UK to move closer to the single market
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Does Boris Johnson stir up team conflict to help make up his mind?
Analysis: union unit psychodrama looks similar to the rows of Johnson’s mayoral election 13 years agoDowning Street’s union unit disintegrated last week into an all-out factional war among those closest to Boris Johnson. For those who have taken a close interest in his management style, there was a whiff of familiarity about the way the psychodrama played out.Oliver Lewis, a key aide who was appointed to head the No 10 body, quit after just two weeks in the role. His predecessor, Luke Graham, was let go earlier in February, with just weeks to go until the Holyrood elections that some senior Tories fear will result in Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP securing a convincing victory. Continue reading...
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A third of top UK firms emit enough CO2 to push up global warming by 2.7C
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The 7 Conflict Styles Of People You Argue With At Work
Disagreeing with co-workers is inevitable in any job. It’s normal and even encouraged in some situations to clash with colleagues in order to get the best work done. But not all of us have the right tools to do it thoughtfully. Some of us can get aggressive, manipulative or all too silent.How people work through conflict reflects a foundational choice in their priorities, said Lawrese Brown, founder of C-Track Training, a workplace education company. “Our approach to conflict has to also do with whether or not we are looking to protect a relationship, or we’re looking to secure the result,” Brown told HuffPost.No single approach to conflict is inherently best. Your preferred arguing style may have advantages that make you successful at your job, but it could also lead you to alienate the people around you or even undermine your career. See which conflict style fits you best:1) The CompetitorCompetitors have an “assertive and uncooperative” arguing style, according to behavioural scientists Kenneth Thomas and Ralph Kilmann, developers of a well-known conflict resolution assessment tool.For example, competitors may one-up their colleagues and frame others’ ideas as their own to get ahead, even if it hurts personal relationships, Brown said.“They get into conflict, and it’s like ‘This is me or you,’” she said. “What’s helpful is that you’re going to get someone who is forthright. What’s not helpful is that in their assertiveness and often in their aggressiveness, there is a dominance they have over other people.”As a result, co-workers may give in to competitors because they feel there is no room to negotiate. Competitors may think, “I’m getting the results I want, and I’m doing well at my job,” but their conflict style can sacrifice working relationships, which are critical to making ideas happen.“Any way you could avoid working with that person in the future, unless you absolutely have to, you will,” Brown said.If this style describes you, Brown suggests asking yourself, “Is there a better solution here than the one I’m suggesting? Someone may have a better idea to get to the outcome.”2) The CollaboratorCollaborators aim to reach a consensus. “People feel heard, which is great. Everyone’s ideas are taken into account,” Brown said.However, she cautioned against idealising collaboration as the best mode of conflict. At their worst, collaborators can become manipulative. Because they want everyone to feel as if they’ve won, collaborators may not be transparent about the realities of how everyone’s input will be used, or the budget or resource constraints involved.When you are a collaborator, you may make promises you cannot keep, and that ultimately breaks people’s trust.“Usually, agreeing but then not committing means you still aren’t really getting your way. You are just causing a delay in whatever this thing is that you are either railing against, or the thing you really want to see happen,” said Lara Hogan, author of “Resilient Management” and co-founder of the management consulting company Wherewithall.Collaborators should ask themselves if they are really setting an appropriate expectation or if they just want to see others accept the outcome the collaborator wants but hasn’t shared, Brown said.3) The AccommodatorAccommodators are willing to sacrifice or minimise their own needs to get through conflicts. As a result, colleagues feel supported by them, even when arguing. But accommodators can become pushovers if they become too obliging, as Brown talks about in her e-book “A Guide To Self-Advocacy,” in which she outlines this conflict style.“Accommodating relies on continuously yielding to others, but others’ appreciation of you for carrying more than your fair share can transform into an expectation that you always do more than required,” she writes.If you find yourself accommodating too much to get through conflict, try saying, “That doesn’t work for me,” Brown advises in her e-book, writing, “This phrase prevents you from saying an outright no, and allows others to consider how you’re being slighted in the solution.”4) The DealmakerDealmakers will bargain to get results. They concentrate less on amplifying what’s possible and more focused on using transactions to get through conflicts. At heart, they are compromisers who think along the lines of, “Here’s what I have. Here’s what I know you have. Neither of us can get exactly what we want, so where can we meet in the middle? This needs to get done,” Brown said.At their worst, dealmakers’ drive to reach a conclusion may prompt them to be less than honest about what any concessions mean in the long term, such as “30 days from now, we’re going to double your workload,” Brown said.If you’re arguing with a dealmaker, make sure to read the fine print on their offers.5) The Up-And-Over ArguerPeople with this personality type do not address conflicts directly with a colleague. Instead, they go above them to someone with more power, Hogan said. Hogan said up-and-over arguers may be motivated by the belief that raising problems to superiors will gain them clout and power. Sometimes, they’re motivated by urgency.“They just want to get this problem solved right away,” Hogan said. “They think that getting a person with more power involved will get them a speedier resolution.“No one enjoys finding out that a co-worker has gone behind their back, though. This tactic breaks down trust between colleagues and often backfires. There are obviously instances in which escalation is warranted, such as a toxic office environment, “but usually, the up-and-over does not get you your desired outcome,” Hogan said. “It just drags it out and involves people with much more power that shouldn’t be spending time on your disagreement.”6) The Conflict-Avoidant ArguerAt best, a conflict-avoidant arguer protects working relationships through their ability to let conflicts go. “On one hand, you can say that they minimise, but these are also people who will say, ‘OK that’s not a big deal.’ Sometimes in work environments, that’s a helpful attitude to take,” Brown said.But their unwillingness to engage also means their valuable input is never heard.“I often see people avoid conflict in the workplace either because they believe it will cause more problems ― which, to be honest, it can ― [or] due to a lack of investment in the situation,“ Cicely Horsham-Brathwaite, a psychologist and executive coach, told HuffPost. “However, there are times where your contribution and your voice need to be heard to help shift the thinking or enhance the perspective.”There is no assertiveness in avoidance. “You ever heard of someone who are like, ‘I was thinking something, but I didn’t say it’? These are those people,” Brown said. Sometimes, avoidance may look like silence when a work conflict arises. “They are looking for an escape route. They are just shutting down entirely,” Hogan said.If you find yourself in conflict with someone who is disengaging from the argument, ask questions to identify what they need so you can start to move forward.7) The Devil’s AdvocateColleagues who play devil’s advocate usually argue against a position merely for the sake of argument and not in good faith.“They might come up with fake examples, lots of hypotheticals, lots of what-if statements that really aren’t related to what you’re talking about or don’t have any applications in the real world,” Hogan said. “Sometimes it’s a time-waster, but often it’s just this person hasn’t figured out why they don’t agree with what’s happening.”If you find yourself talking in circles with a devil’s advocate, ask them something like, “It’s clear that our current agreement doesn’t feel satisfactory, or you’re not on board with it yet. What’s going on underneath that?” Hogan said.That way, you give them the time and space to reflect on barriers they may have but have yet to articulate.Related...These New 'Second Class Citizen' Stamps Send A Powerful MessageNasal Sprays Are Part Of The Fight Against Covid-19. Here's HowIs It Better To Have Sex In The Morning Or At Night?
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Golden Globes 2021: Chadwick Boseman's widow makes emotional speech as he wins posthumous award
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Guantánamo, torture and friendship: how we made My Brother's Keeper
The film-maker behind the Bafta-longlisted Guardian documentary on how it came together and transcended stereotypesWatch My Brother’s KeeperHow did you first discover Mohamedou and Steve?I first heard about Mohamedou Ould Slahi in December 2014, when my then-Guardian editor, Mustafa Khalili, commissioned me to make a short animated film about [Slahi’s] bestselling memoir, Guantánamo Diary. It was through that project that I met Mohamedou’s attorney, Nancy Hollander, and we later began discussing the possibility of making a longer-term documentary together. Continue reading...
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Danny Murphy turns Man Utd's poor Big Six record on its head after Chelsea draw
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Golden Globes 2021: All The Key Moments You Might Have Missed From This Year's Ceremony
We get it – staying up till four in the morning in the middle of a pandemic so you can watch a load of extremely wealthy film stars patting themselves on the back isn’t for everyone, is it?Fortunately for anyone curious about what went down at this year’s Golden Globes, that’s exactly how we spent our Sunday night, so we can fill you in on all the key moments that went down during the ceremony.Normally, we watch ceremonies like the Golden Globes with a strong hint of FOMO, but this year even the celeb nominees weren’t invited to the bash, so we felt like one of them as we watched along (even if we were doing it in pyjamas while guzzling Lucozade to make sure we stayed awake long enough to catch the whole thing).From the biggest speeches and red carpet moments to the more subtle details you might have missed, here are 19 things you might have missed from this year’s Golden Globes...1. He wasn’t even in the same continent as the awards show, let alone the same room, but The Crown’s Josh O’Connor still stole the show with these “red carpet” picsCan we please just talk about this photo-shoot for a second? Because we are extremely here for it.2. But Josh wasn't the only Brit whose fashion caught our eyeWe are very into this eye-catching Cynthia Erivo number, too.3. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler got things going with this eight-minute comedy routine We think they did a pretty great job given they weren’t actually in the same room as each other. Read more of our thoughts on Tina and Amy’s hosting here.4. Sadly, it didn’t take long for a technical hitch to create a bit of an awkward momentmy heart stopped seven times watching this pic.twitter.com/3jKcA4muT2— David Mack (@davidmackau) March 1, 2021In fact, the first award of the night saw Daniel Kaluuya unfortunately muted while trying to give his acceptance speech. We’ve all been there during those early days of Zoom meetings, haven’t we?5. John Boyega had no qualms in letting everyone know just how comfortable he was making himselfJohn Boyega, #GoldenGlobes winner pic.twitter.com/C5juS21gaV— Vulture (@vulture) March 1, 2021After winning his first ever Golden Globe for his performance in Small Axe, John Boyega proceeded to show the millions of people watching at home that he was not changing out of his “trackies”, awards show or not. A mood, frankly.6. Catherine O’Hara provides her own special effects, courtesy of her husbandCongratulations to the winner of Best Actress in A TV Series - Musical or Comedy, Catherine O'Hara! #GoldenGlobespic.twitter.com/VnwU5TEDbL— Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) March 1, 2021In case you were wondering what was going on here, the Schitt’s Creek star’s husband was playing canned applause on his phone to make Catherine feel more like it was a more regular awards show.Adding to the authenticity, he then played some generic music as her speech continued, just as producers have been known to do when celebrities “go on a bit”.7. Maya Rudolph and Kenan Thompson provided an obligatory “messy speech” at this year’s Golden GlobesBeverly Jackfruit (Maya Rudolph) and François Jean-Rudy (Kenan Thompson) win the Totally Real Award for Least Original Song at The #GoldenGlobes.
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EastEnders and Holby City actress Belinda Owusu pregnant as she shows off bump
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