Man United fans notice Gary Neville and Martin Tyler chat in Arsenal game

Neville and Tyler were on commentary together on Sky Sports as Man Utd were held to a 0-0 draw at the Emirates Stadium.
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Furs class: Three lions sleep as they are transported across South Africa
The three Kalahari lions - each weighing 440lbs - were being moved by air to a different part of the continent to stop inbreeding.
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Twenty-metre escape tunnel found under Australian immigration detention centre
Unfinished route beneath Yongah Hill detention facility took ‘several months’ to dig
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PS5 UK restock starts today with Argos, Amazon, GAME, Very, and John Lewis
Almost all major UK shops will be getting new stock of the PS5 in this week and next, with Amazon receiving its biggest restock ever. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Phillip Schofield shares details on boozy lunch with Holly and more celeb pals
The This Morning host headed from the ITV studio straight to lunch - or brunch, whatever you like to call it - with Holly Willoughby and her husband Dan
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Dogecoin price soars as Elon Musk hints Tesla could accept crypto
More than a million people voted in a Twitter poll asking if the electric car maker should accept the cryptocurrency
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Fans spot Jesy Nelson liked Perrie's baby announcement but not Leigh-Anne's
Little Mix fans noticed that Jesy Nelson, who quit the band last year, liked Perrie Edwards' baby announcement on Instagram but didn't like Leigh-Anne Pinnock's post
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Cancer patient Archie enjoys first day at school after beating Covid-19
Five-year-old Archie Wilks was diagnosed with the rare childhood cancer neuroblastoma two-and-a-half years ago.
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Miquita Oliver: My Sustainable Life - ‘Buying preloved clothing is a far more exciting shopping experience’
The TV presenter tells Olivia Petter how sustainability influences her daily life
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Doug Beattie vows to challenge DUP if he becomes new UUP leader
Leadership candidate Doug Beattie has said there will not be a single unionist party.
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Mexico: Russia's Sputnik V shortages mean limited 2nd doses
Mexican authorities say Russia has been having so many problems producing second doses of its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine that there won't be enough to give people who got the first dose a second shot
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Man Utd erect 10ft fence around Old Trafford in fear of further Glazer protests
Manchester United have ramped up security at Old Trafford ahead of their Premier League clashes with Leicester and Liverpool.
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IPL 2021 cannot be completed in India due to coronavirus, says BCCI chief Sourav Ganguly
The most popular T20 tournament in the world was postponed last week. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
What time is the Queen’s Speech today and what will she say?
The monarch will lay out government’s legislative priorities for coming year in 67th State Opening of Parliament of her long reign, focusing on economic recovery from pandemic
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Holly Willoughby reveals she rented her pink mini dress – these are the similar styles to buy
The ‘This Morning’ presenter’s outfit today is a nod to sustainable fashion
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Man charged with PCSO Julia James murder is remanded into custody
Ms James died of serious head injuries while out walking with her dog in Snowdown, Kent, on April 27. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Postnatal depression was TWICE as common among mothers caring for new babies during lockdown
University College London researchers surveyed 162 London-based women with babies less than six months old between May and June. They found 47 per cent suffered from post-natal depression.
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Beauty technician, 42, reveals her nose has DOUBLED in size
Laudiane Fernandes, 42, from Alagoas, Brazil, was born with haemangiomas, collections of small blood vessels that form lumps under the skin, in her nose, scalp and around her eyes.
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Balcony full of partygoers collapses leaving 9 injured and two fighting for life
Dramatic footage captures the terrifying moment the balcony gives out at a property in California during a birthday celebration, sending guests plummeting to the rocky beach below
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Police find machine guns and bullets hidden behind false wall in raid on drug dealer's house
Terence O'Connor was jailed after admitting a string of drugs and weapons offences. Police raided his home in Edgeware, London, where they found the weapons, drugs and cash last year.
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Julia James murder suspect, 21, appears in court for first time
A Kent man has appeared in court charged with the murder of PCSO Julia James.
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Footballfish From The Deep Washes Up, And It's Really Freaky
This football isn’t for playing.A beach visitor made the exceedingly rare find of a Pacific footballfish that had washed up on shore at Crystal Cove State Park in Orange County, California, on Friday.It’s a type of anglerfish that dwells thousands of feet below the surface, Davey’s Locker Sportfishing noted in a post.The fish isn’t uncommon in the ocean’s dark depths, but it’s highly unusual to see it perfectly preserved on a Southern California beach, the fishing company said.The first spine of its dorsal fins, the illicium, serves as a funky overhead lamp with a phosphorescent bulb on the end to attract its prey.The California Department of Fish & Wildlife now reportedly has the 18-inch carcass.Fun fact about the Pacific footballfish: Males are up to 10 times smaller than females and fuse themselves to their mate to serve “as an easily accessible source of sperm,” according to the California Academy of Sciences.Dr. Bruce Robison of Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute said anglerfish are “among the most rarely seen of all deep-sea fishes,” according to For the Win.
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Michelle Obama has been knitting halter tops and we want one
Looking for a new hobby? Take inspiration from the former First Lady.
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Royal Family braces for chaos as insider fears 'drama' to be exposed on The Crown
THE ROYAL FAMILY is bracing for a new blow amid fears the next season of The Crown will rake over the coals of more "drama".
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Man United could still spring a transfer surprise after Cavani contract decision
Edinson Cavani is staying at Man Utd for another season after penning a contract extension on Monday.
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SoftBank’s interest in The Hut Group shows the value of a golden share
When The Hut Group floated on the stock market last year, most of the buzz was around the blockbuster global sales of its online cosmetics and nutrition brands like ESPA and Myprotein.
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Sir Alex Ferguson rejects Cristiano Ronaldo and Roy Keane argument at Man Utd
Sir Alex Ferguson enjoyed great success during his long spell as manager of Manchester United, during which time he developed a number of young players at the club
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Van de Beek's Man Utd gesture as he's slammed for thinking he's bigger than club
Donny van de Beek completed a dream move to Manchester United in the summer transfer window, with the Red Devils splashing out £35million on the talented Dutchman
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When will the England Euro 2020 squad be announced?
Gareth Southgate will soon make his selection for the tournament this summer
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Italian woman mistakenly given six shots of Covid-19 vaccine
She was kept under observation for 24 hours and discharged after being found in ‘good health’
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Brits rush to book UK campsites after green list confirmed and Cornwall is a hit
Camping holidays are continuing to see a surge in bookings from Brits who are opting for UK holidays instead of trips to green list destinations
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UK boosts adult education in post-COVID legislative program
The British government plans to expand student loan programs to give all adults access to four years of university or job training throughout their lifetimes as part of a legislative program designed to help the U.K. recover from the COVID-19 pandemic
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Brent Cross stabbing: Victim Gedeon Ngwendema was ‘stabbed through heart’ outside JD Sports
A young man who died in an alleged murder at Brent Cross shopping centre was stabbed once through the heart, the Old Bailey heard on Tuesday.
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FBI Releases File On Suspicions Raised About Kurt Cobain's Death
The FBI quietly released its file on Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain last month on the requests for an investigation into his suicide at the age of 27.The 10-page file, now available online in the FBI’s Freedom of Information library, called The Vault, includes two messages sent in 2006 calling on the agency to open an investigation amid suspicions that Cobain may have been murdered.The grunge rocker was found dead of a shotgun wound at his Seattle home on April 5, 1994 with a suicide note was next to his body. Local authorities determined that he killed himself.An email and letter to the FBI in the file referred to information or attention from  the media speculating about the singer’s death. The names of the individuals who wrote the messages are redacted in the file.“Millions of fans around the world would like to see the inconsistencies surrounding the death cleared up for once and for all,” stated the email in the file, which was first reported by Rolling Stone. “It is sad to think that an injustice of this nature can be allowed in the United States.”A letter claimed that Cobain’s “killer is still out there and now, because of the haste of the police department, has the chance to claim other victoms [sic].”The FBI responded to both that such an investigation would be outside of its jurisdiction.“We appreciate your concern that Mr. Cobain may have been the victim of a homicide,” said the response. “However, most homicide/death investigations generally fall within the jurisdiction of state and local authorities. … Based on the information you provided, we are unable to identify any violation of federal law within the investigative jurisdiction of the FBI.”The FBI also included a letter from an official working in the US Office of Congressional and Public Affairs responding to a letter sent to then-US Attorney General Janet Reno in 2000. The original message was not included.“Your recent communication to Attorney General Janet Reno expressing your belief that Kurt Cobain was murdered has been referred to the FBI for reply,” the official stated. “Based on the limited information you provided, we are unable to justify any violation of federal law within the investigative jurisdiction of the FBI. We are, therefore, unable to take any investigative action in this case.”The FBI file also contained production notes from the company that created “Unsolved Mysteries,” which featured a segment on Cobain in 1997 that raised questions about his cause of death.Useful websites and helplinesMind, open Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm on 0300 123 3393.Samaritans offers a listening service which is open 24 hours a day, on 116 123 (UK and ROI - this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill).CALM (the Campaign Against Living Miserably) offer a helpline open 5pm-midnight, 365 days a year, on 0800 58 58 58, and a webchat service.The Mix is a free support service for people under 25. Call 0808 808 4994 or email Mental Illness offers practical help through its advice line which can be reached on 0808 801 0525 (Monday to Friday 10am-4pm). More info can be found on
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Twenty four Palestinians killed in airstrikes as fighting continues
The first funerals in Gaza took place on Tuesday
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Tokyo 2020: Are these the Olympic Games that no one in Japan truly wants?
Public fear Games will bring new Covid variants to a country where 11,000 people have died of the disease
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Nasa’s Voyager 1 space probe hears ‘hum’ outside the solar system
Something is making a noise 14 billion miles away from Earth. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Do Not Pass Go - Life-sized Monopoly game coming to the West End
A life-sized “live performance” version of Monopoly is coming to the West End.
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Strangers who drink alcohol together move closer every three minutes, finds study
‘Folks would be likely to draw even closer to one another in a crowded bar with loud music,’ researchers say
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Russian officials: School shooting in Kazan kills 8 people
A school shooting erupted Tuesday morning in the Russian city of Kazan
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Win a meal out at one of London’s top restaurants to celebrate lockdown easing on May 17
Celebrate the return of restaurants in style
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Nearly 1,000 people arrested in a week during violent crime crackdown in London
Police say they have prevented further stabbings as a result. News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Drunk female police officer was arrested after she 'used the N-word'
PC Molly Parr, whose father is Halton Borough Council chief executive David Parr, is accused of using the N-word and hurling abuse at a homeless man on a night out in Cardiff in 2019.
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Solskjaer set to ring changes and give youngsters chance to shine vs Leicester
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits it is "impossible" for him to name a full-strength side against Leicester as Manchester United are in the midst of a gruelling run of three games in five days
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Line of Duty named UK’s most-watched TV drama of the 21st century
Consolidated ratings for the sixth series finale reached a staggering 15.24 million viewers
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NHS makes blood donor questions gender neutral in bid to be ‘more inclusive’
The new Donation Safety Check form will ask all donors, regardless of gender, about their recent sexual behaviour
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Protesters to descend on AstraZeneca's Macclesfield site
'The UK is reaping the benefits of the highly effective vaccines that are now available, but people in low and middle-income countries are still dying daily by the thousands from Covid-19'
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Solos trailer: Anne Hathaway, Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman star in Amazon sci-fi anthology series
Drama aims to ‘illuminate that even during our most seemingly isolated moments, in the most disparate of circumstances, we are all connected through the human experience’
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Almost 1,000 arrests and more than 400 knives seized in London police operation
‘Recent incidents of violence ... reminds us exactly why operations like this are so important,’ says Met commander
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