Jurgen Klopp doubles down on Liverpool exit plans with latest admission

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp arrived at Anfield in 2015 as replacement for Brendan Rodgers and has a long-term contract at Anfield until 2024
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New witness rule for mail-in ballots could disenfranchise thousands of voters in several states
<p>Lawsuits challenging requirements requirements for witness signatures on absentee envelopes argue hurdles add confusion to unprecedented voting efforts </p>
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Amy Coney Barrett: Meet the judge at the top of Trump’s list to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg
<p>A devout Catholic who is fervently antiabortion, Barrett appeals to Trump's conservative base. </p>
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Tammy Abraham reveals what Frank Lampard said at half-time to inspire Chelsea comeback in thrilling draw against West Brom
'We have to lift each other.'
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Little Mix: The Search reveals first boy band of series
Here come the boys!
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Little Mix – The Search review: A kinder approach to TV talent competitions
<p>The former X Factor winners search for ‘the next big act’ to support them on tour – and in the process, provide us with some Grade A entertainment</p>
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NHS boss who quit trust 'as she didn't want to make cuts' given £240,000 payoff
EXCLUSIVE Chief executive Siobhan McArdle worked for failing South Tees NHS Foundation Trust and has been given a near quarter of a million pounds of tax payers' money
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Former Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre is offered role as chairman of Ofcom by Boris Johnson
Mr Johnson wanted to appoint Mr Dacre  as chairman of media regulator Ofcom, and he has asked Charles Moore, the former editor of the Telegraph, to become the chairman of the BBC.
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Thousands attend anti-lockdown demonstrations in London with 10 arrested
Protesters were seen holding a variety of signs, flags and placards to take part in a "we do not consent" rally
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Maisie Williams 'lost part of her childhood' after joining Game of Thrones at 12
The star revealed she put "immense pressure" on herself when she joined the cast of the hit HBO show, aged only 12
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Frank Lampard reacts to Thiago Silva’s big mistake on Premier League debut vs West Brom
'It is two points lost at the end of the day.'
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Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood suffered a financial 'crisis' during lockdown
Strictly Come Dancing head judge Craig Revel Horwood has revealed he suffered a financial 'crisis' during the coronavirus lockdown as work in the performing arts sector was particularly affected
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Dias to fly to Manchester on Sunday more Man City transfer rumours
Manchester City transfer target Ruben Dias will reportedly travel to England tomorrow ahead of a move and more gossip.
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Rochelle Humes shows off her bump as she says her pregnancy is now full term
Pregnant Rochelle Humes showed off her 'full term' baby bump as she approaches the end of her third pregnancy with her first son
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Mum of teen who died of bowel cancer vows to fulfill daughter's last wish
EXCLUSIVE: Charlotte Simpson was one of the youngest people in the UK to die from bowel cancer at aged 18
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Torreira could derail Arsenal's transfer plans as club confirm deal is off
The Uruguayan midfielder has been linked with numerous clubs this summer as he seeks to leave the Gunners after just two years at the club, but one route to an exit looks blocked
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Supermarket panic buying starts again as shelves stripped of loo roll
Pictures show no toilet rolls on the shelves of some Asda stores in Wales as stores like Tesco and Morrisons reintroduce limits on some foods
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Police call for urgent review of stop and search protocols for arrests
Scrutiny of procedures urged following fatal shooting of officer in Croydon police station Police officers believe there needs to be an urgent review of the stop and search protocols used when arresting suspects, following the fatal shooting of Sgt Matiu Ratana.As the Metropolitan police and the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) launch investigations into the death of the popular 54-year-old custody sergeant, questions remain as to how it happened. Continue reading...
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UK city with 'longest lasting' lovers boast of 15 minute steamy sessions
A mattress company has carried out a survey which claims to tell which lovers have the most impressive stamina across the country - though whether 15 minutes is impressive is another matter
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EastEnders soars to 15 million iPlayer requests after big return
Its popularity has increased.
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Drug dealers using electric scooters to go 'under the radar' and evade police
Police say they are seizing growing numbers of the £300 scooters, which are illegal to ride except on private land
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Thousands of Israelis protest in Jerusalem, despite lockdown
Thousands of Israelis are protesting outside the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to demand his resignation, pressing ahead with weeks of protests against the embattled Israeli leader despite a strict new lockdown order
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BBC warning: Boris Johnson to confront broadcaster's Brexit bias with new TV bosses
THE Government is to step up the pressure on the BBC by appointing two critics of the corporation to key oversight roles.
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Tammy Abraham saves Chelsea’s blushes at West Brom after calamitous start
<p><strong>West Brom 3-3 Chelsea:</strong> The England striker ensured the Blues recovered from a 3-0 deficit at half-time</p>
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Tammy Abraham completes Chelsea comeback to snatch draw at West Brom
Wasteful up front and truly rubbish at the back, Chelsea were in danger of being humiliated until Tammy Abraham scored in stoppage time to crown a recovery from 3-0 down. Until then Frank Lampard’s side looked set to be beaten by the Premier League’s supposed whipping boys, as West Brom, well organised and clinical, offered a perfect contrast to the ramshackle visitors whose first-half wounds were partly self-inflicted.Callum Robinson struck twice before Kyle Bartley scored a well worked third for West Brom before Lampard’s side, who this week took their spending for the season beyond £200m, found a way to save face. It was a trio of homegrown youngsters who yielded the goals, Mason Mount finding the net in the 55th minute before Callum Hudson-Odoi and Abraham completed the scoring. Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson ‘asks former Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre to chair Ofcom’
<p>Former <i>Telegraph </i>editor also tipped to assume chairpersonship of BBC</p>
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Mexico to pursue soldiers, federal police in abduction probe
Mexico has issued 25 arrest warrants for those who carried out and knew about the abduction of 43 students in southern Mexico in 2014, including for the first time members of the military and federal police
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Bolton landlords warned of 'the end of the backstreet boozer'
The mayor of Greater Manchester has branded tighter restrictions on venues in the town 'immoral'.
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Strictly's Clara Amfo shares her lust list because 'women want their kicks too'
EXCLUSIVE: The BBC radio host, who will waltz onto the TV dance floor in Strictly Come Dancing next month, reveals her celebrity crushes
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5 talking points as Chelsea fight back to draw against West Brom
Chelsea managed to turn around a nightmare start into a deserved draw as an empty Stamford Bridge was treated to a 3-3 thriller thanks to a flurry of second half goals
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Man United 'convinced they can find agreement' over Telles and more rumours
Man United are monitoring Porto left-back Alex Telles and are reportedly convinced of signing him plus more transfer gossip.
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Two men are shot and another stabbed by a masked gang near a children's play area
A police manhunt is underway after a masked gang opened fire on three men who were in a car on Denbigh Street, Bordesley Green, shortly before 9pm on September 25.
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Sunak’s jobs plan ‘harks back to worst of Thatcher’, says Dodds
Labour’s alternative policy would encourage companies to keep staff in work, says shadow chancellor The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has treated people in low-paid work in the north and Midlands in a way reminiscent of Margaret Thatcher by failing to devise a replacement for the furlough scheme that will save their jobs, his Labour opposite number has said.In an interview with the Observer, the shadow chancellor, Anneliese Dodds, said the new job support scheme (JSS) announced by Sunak would fail to provide employers with sufficient incentives to keep workers on, and leave them facing invidious decisions over who to lay off. Continue reading...
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Why the coronavirus pandemic revived business for Britain’s local shops
During the 12 weeks from lockdown to 12 July 2020, grocery sales rose by 16.9%, the fastest growth rate since 1994.
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Celtics’ singular goal: Stop Heat 3’s to force Game 7
The Miami Heat are still one win from the NBA Finals
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More firearms finding way on to UK streets, Police Federation warns
Concerns frontline officers face increasing threats to welfare with ‘devastating consequences’More firearms are finding their way on to Britain’s streets with devastating consequences, the head of the body representing rank-and-file police officers has warned.John Apter, chair of the Police Federation, which speaks for more than 120,000 officers in England and Wales, spoke out amid growing concerns about the welfare of frontline officers. He said the death of Sgt Matiu Ratana at Croydon custody centre in south London was a “poignant reminder of how dangerous the job is”. Continue reading...
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Matt Lucas pretended to be Marjorie Dawes in prank call to Paul Hollywood's mum
EXCLUSIVE: The Great British Bake Off host reprised the Little Britain character to prank Paul's mum Gill, after being asked to wind her up
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Animal abuse fears as breeders exploit demand for imported dogs during lockdown
EXCLUSIVE: Hundreds of thousands of pups may have been imported to UK from eastern Europe, including dogs as young as 15 weeks travelling thousands of miles in back of vans and lorries
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Easy changes to comfort food favourites that your waist line will thank you for
A few simple tweaks and ­everything from rice pudding and custard to cottage pie can be given a healthy makeover
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Dave Johns on filming his first sex scene at 64-years-old with Alison Steadman
EXCLUSIVE: The actor says he was nervous to strip off and climb into bed for a scene with the Gavin & Stacey actress
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Somerset vs Essex: Tom Lammonby’s superb century sets up gripping last day of Bob Willis Trophy final
<p>Jamie Porter (4-51) led the fightback for Esssex with Somerset leading by 191 </p>
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WHO says 2,000,000 coronavirus deaths are ‘not impossible’
'Are we prepared to do what it takes to avoid that number?'
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Tammy Abraham calls on Chelsea to cut out mistakes after late leveller salvages draw at West Brom
Tammy Abraham says Chelsea are still a "work in progress" but warned they must cut out the errors now, after they needed a second-half fightback to steal a point from newly-promoted West Brom.
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Amy Coney Barrett, likely high court pick, is Scalia's heir
President Donald Trump is widely expected announce the nomination of the Amy Coney Barrett, 48-year-old Catholic who would be among the youngest justices to assume a high-court seat and hence potentially one of the longest-serving
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Kit Harington and Rose Leslie announce she's pregnant with first child
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie have confirmed they are expecting their first child
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Welcome to libertarian Covid fantasy land – that’s Sweden to you and me | Nick Cohen
The right fails to recognise that the Swedes’ real virtue in this pandemic is their social cohesionSweden is to the 21st-century right what the Soviet Union was to the 20th-century left. Conservatives have transformed it into a Tory Disneyland where every dream comes true. On the shores of the Baltic lies a country that has no need to curtail civil liberties and wreck the economy to curb Covid-19. “I have a dream, a fantasy,” sang Abba. “To help me through reality.” For much of the right, that fantasy is called Sweden.Let the leader of the Conservative backbenchers stand for the Tory press and innumerable ideologues inside and outside Westminster. Sir Graham Brady ruined a perfectly good argument that parliament must have the power to scrutinise Johnson’s emergency decrees by announcing that there was no emergency. We could look to a country that merely had a ban on gatherings of more than 50, restrictions on visiting care homes, a shift to table-only service in bars and see that “Sweden today is in a better place than the United Kingdom”. Or as the Sun explained on Thursday as Boris Johnson met Anders Tegnell, the Swedish public health “mastermind”, a do-little strategy has spared Sweden a second wave of Covid-19 infections. Continue reading...
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Is Casualty back and why was tonight’s episode originally skipped?
Another day, another lockdown. This one is fictional, though.
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George Sampson's heartbreaking confession about injury that almost ended career
George Sampson stormed to victory in the 2008 series of Britain's Got Talent but just a year later he suffered a devastating injury and was told he would never dance again
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Mum hails £10 product for banishing spiders from her home
A so called Spider Season began earlier this month
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