Man United have a flawless blueprint to follow with Amad Diallo

Manchester United fans are eager to see January signing Amad Diallo promoted to the first-team after his U23 debut.
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Are your children taking part in the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine trial?
We would like to hear from parents whose children are taking part in the vaccine trial and their experiencesThree hundred children between the ages of six and 17 will be volunteering to take part in a clinical trial to test the efficacy of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in children. The trial, which starts in March, will assess whether the jab produces a strong immune response in children.We would like to hear from parents whose children are taking part in the trial and their experiences. How do you feel about them being part of the trial? What do you think it will mean for lifting lockdown? We’re also interested in hearing if you have participated in any other Covid trials. Continue reading...
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Guardian columnist Roy Greenslade resigns from his City University post
Today Mr Greenslade's resigned from his position as honorary visiting professor of journalism at City, University of London, following an outcry from the families of IRA victims.
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Underground nuclear bunker with 56 bedrooms goes on sale for £435,000
The bunker comes complete with broadcasting studios, original maps and there are rumours of a ghost
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Brazil variant: Government unable to say how many arrivals fail to fill in details, amid hunt for missing patient
No 10 says it does not know how many travellers arriving in the UK fail to fill in test registration card, amid the scare over the Brazilian variant.
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Darcey Bussell, Joanna Lumley, Kwame Kwei-Armah and more pick their classical faves
Missing live concerts? A host of names have shared their favourite classical choices to transport us back to them
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UK under pressure over plan to slash aid for Yemen by 50%
UN seeking to raise $3.85bn to avert widespread famine in country devastated by years of civil warYemenis and international aid organisations have urged the UK to reconsider reported cuts of up to 50% of its support for humanitarian efforts in the country’s devastating civil war.The UN is hoping to raise $3.85bn (£2.76bn) from more than 100 governments and donors at a major virtual pledging conference on Monday to avert widespread famine in what is already dubbed the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Continue reading...
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Brazil variant: PM defends quarantine measures as Starmer accuses government of failing to secure borders
PM says ‘massive effort’ underway to prevent variant spreading further
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Kakao M: Hundreds of K-pop hits disappear from Spotify amid licensing dispute
Spotify has said it hopes the ‘disruption will be temporary’
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Gordon Elliott has support of O'Leary and Gigginstown despite dead horse photo
Michael O'Leary and Cheveley Park Stud have commented on the investigation into a photo of Gordon Elliott sitting on top of a dead horse, which went viral
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What is the Brazilian variant and are scientists concerned about it?
Public Health England has identified six UK cases of a 'variant of concern' first detected in the Brazilian city of Manaus
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Deep Nostalgia: 'creepy' new service uses AI to animate old family photos
Service from MyHeritage uses technique called deep learning to automatically animate facesDeep Nostalgia, a new service from the genealogy site MyHeritage that animates old family photos, has gone viral on social media, in another example of how AI-based image manipulation is becoming increasingly mainstream.Launched in late February, the service uses an AI technique called deep learning to automatically animate faces in photos uploaded to the system. Because of its ease of use, and free trial, it soon took off on Twitter, where users uploading animated versions of old family photos, celebrity pictures, and even drawings and illustrations. Continue reading...
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Idris Elba and Naomi Campbell sign letter backing gay rights in Ghana
Group of 67 high-profile figures say they are ‘deeply disturbed’ by recent closure of LGBTQ+ centre in AccraSome of the most influential names in fashion, film and media including Idris Elba, Naomi Campbell and the Vogue editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful, have signed an open letter in support of Ghana’s LGBTQ+ community.Last week a community centre for LGBTQ+ people in the west African country closed its doors following mounting pressure by religious groups and anti-gay organisations against sexual minorities. Police later raided the centre its staff said, after its leaders were forced into hiding. Continue reading...
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UK factory production slows amid Brexit and Covid disruption
Almost 60% of manufacturers report longer delivery times from suppliers, holding back outputBritain’s manufacturers suffered from mounting supply chain disruption in February as Brexit and the third Covid lockdown weighed down growth in factory production, according to a survey.In a reflection of continuing border disruption since leaving the EU, the latest snapshot from IHS Markit and the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply revealed the third biggest increase in supplier delivery times on records dating back to 1992. Continue reading...
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I live with an eating disorder – and isolation has made that so much harder | Sam Dalling
I had slowly pieced together a support system, but lockdown left me alone with a disease that thrives on solitudeEvery day, after every meal, my food finished, I sit feeling full. Except it is more, much more than that. I feel self-loathing. I feel fat, I feel gluttonous, and my mind equates that to worthlessness, to failure … again.Mostly, I sit with the sensation until it passes, experience telling me that it will eventually. Despite my internal monologue screaming otherwise, I have not instantly ballooned, and my value is not tied to my last plate of food. But sometimes, in a desperate attempt to cope with the situation we all find ourselves in, I bow to my eating disorder (ED). Continue reading...
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Piercing feedback and pig noises: what's the most out-there album ever?
Defying tradition and bothering the mainstream, the likes of John Cage, Matthew Herbert, Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed battle it out for the best of the bizarreIn the Guide’s weekly Solved! column, we look into a crucial pop-culture question you’ve been burning to know the answer to – and settle it, once and for allIn April a new album, Sounds of the Unborn, is being released by an up-and-coming young artist. So young, in fact, that when they cash their first PRS cheque it’ll be to buy a round of babyccinos. The movements of now-infant artist Luca Yupanqui were recorded in the womb by her parents during five hour-long “joint meditation” sessions and turned into wobbly synth drones. It follows other unique concept albums around lifecycles, such as electronic music duo Matmos’s A Chance to Cut Is a Chance to Cure, made primarily of recordings of medical procedures, or Matthew Herbert’s One Pig, which followed a pig from birth to slaughter. Avant garde music has long held this thirst to pioneer at its core – but what is the most out-there record ever made? Continue reading...
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Lucky review – a stand against violence, on repeat
Brea Grant is menaced by a masked intruder, night after night, in a time-loop thriller that makes a vehement statement about society’s attitude to womenThis clever thriller teeters on the brink of abstraction, and walks a razor wire between horror and an incredulous absurdity meant to stand for how women must live in the modern world: the daily toll of living in fear of aggression, physical assault and withstanding the misogynistic structures that excuse them.At 2.29am one night, writer May (Brea Grant) peers over her balustrade to see an interloper, features blurred by a gel mask, staring up at her from the backyard. When she retreats to bed to tell husband Ted, he is disturbingly blase: “Honey, that’s the man. The man that comes every night and tries to kill us.” Ted manages to off the housebreaker with a pool cue, but his body disappears within seconds. The next night, and the next, May must do it all over again. Continue reading...
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Medical Detection Dogs: All you need to know about Metro.co.uk’s Lifeline 2021 charity
All you need to know about the paw-some charity behind our 2021 campaign.
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Ethiopia rebuffs US call to pull outside forces from Tigray
Ethiopia’s government is rebuffing calls by the United States to withdraw troops from the embattled Tigray region
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Labour: Banks must back firms brought to their knees by three lockdowns
Labour has piled pressure on banks to help thousands of businesses in the hospitality and other sectors to “get back on their feet” after being brought to their knees by three Covid-19 lockdowns.
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Zinedine Zidane 'give Man Utd his transfer blessing' to make signing
France international Raphael Varane is out of contract at Real Madrid in the summer of 2022 and doesn't appear to want to pen a new deal with the Bernabeu club
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Bill Gates explains why he prefers Android over iPhone during Clubhouse chat
Bill Gates is the latest billionaire to join Clubhouse
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Young graduate killed by falling tree outside Covid testing lab he just started working at
Physics researcher, Kahlil Gay, 23, tragically died on his third day at work.
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Bolton press conference live: Evatt gives updates ahead of Oldham
The Trotters boss will be speaking ahead of the League Two clash against the Latics
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Dad releases music in honour of seven-year-old son who died from brain tumour
Chris Nelson is hoping to raise money for two cancer organisations with new music released in honour of son Blaise, who died in 2019
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Hidden fee Tottenham 'paid Jorge Mendes' to complete Matt Doherty transfer
Mendes represented all three parties in the transfer of Doherty from Tottenham to Wolves - both of whom are managed by personnel among his Gestifute Agency's client base
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Download Festival 2021 cancelled
It follows the likes of Glastonbury
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EU’s draft vaccine passport law to come this month
Passes will ‘respect data protection, security and privacy,’ says Von der Leyen
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Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell – Netflix’s new documentary gets mixed reviews
Main complaint in reviews appears to be that filmmakers dwell too long on certain topics, and not long enough on others
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England bench problems key in Six Nations defeat... the contrast with triumphant Wales was stark
The bench has been a constant talking point in Eddie Jones’ time as England coach.
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Teachers not at higher risk of contracting virus, study claims
School staff are not at higher risk of contracting Covid than other adults in their local community, according to new research published today.
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Prince Philip has been transferred to a new hospital in health update
The Duke of Edinburgh has been transferred by ambulance to another hospital
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Fresh rule updates on face masks and social distancing in all UK supermarkets
The government has made a promising announcement to shoppers
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Boris Johnson Says Tough Border Controls Introduced 'As Fast As We Could'
Boris Johnson has said he moved “as fast as we could” to impose strict border controls, as health officials hunt for a person in the UK infected with a Brazil variant of Covid.The prime minister said the government’s hotel quarantine programme, introduced on February 15, was “a very tough regime”.The variant, known as P1, was first identified on January 10 in people arriving in Japan from Brazil and is thought to have originated in the Brazilian city of Manaus.On January 14 the government banned travel to the UK from Brazil and other South American countries.British nationals were still allowed to return but had to isolate for 10 days at home.On January 27, the government announced plans to force arrivals from a “red list” of 33 countries, including Brazil, to quarantine in hotels.But it did not come into force until 19 days later.Public Health England (PHE) has found six UK cases of the P1 variant in the UK.But one of the infected people, who was thought to have been tested on February 12 or 13, has yet to be identified. Asked on Monday if the government had been too slow to implement quarantine hotel measures. Johnson said: “I don’t think so, we moved as fast as we could to get that going.“It’s a very tough regime. You come here, you immediately get transported to a hotel where you are kept for 10 days, 11 days.“You have to test on day two, you have to test on day eight, and it’s designed to stop the spread of new variants while we continue to roll out the vaccination programme.“We don’t have any reason at the present time to think that our vaccines are ineffective against these new variants of all types.”The prime minister said PHE did not think the cases of the variant were a “threat to the wider public”.Nick Thomas Symonds, Labour’s shadow home secretary, said the situation showed “unforgivable incompetence” from the government. “Despite being warned time and time again, they have failed to act to protect our borders against emerging Covid variants and could put at risk the gains from the vaccine,” he said.“People will be appalled to hear someone with the Brazilian variant cannot be identified, raising questions about how many others may have been missed by quarantine measures.“There is no excuse for continuing to ignore Labour’s call for a comprehensive hotel quarantine system.”Labour has demanded a blanket approach that would see all arrivals placed into hotel quarantine, not just those from a limited number of countries.MPs were told last week that only 1% of people arriving in the UK every day are required to isolate in hotels. Related...What The Brazil Covid Variant Means For BritsFrantic Hunt To Trace Mystery Person Infected With 'Worrying' Brazil Covid Variant
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Prince Philip ‘comfortable’ as moved to NHS hospital for heart check-up
Prince Philip “remains comfortable” after he was transferred to a different hospital to undergo testing and observation for a pre-existing heart condition, Buckingham Palace has said.
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Gordon Elliott: British Horseracing Authority condemn ‘totally unacceptable’ photo of trainer and dead horse
The image was posted and widely shared on Twitter on Saturday and appeared to show Elliott sitting on a dead horse on the gallops
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Prince Philip leaves King Edward VII Hospital in London after 14 days
Prince Philip, 99, spent 14 days at the exclusive King Edward VII Hospital in London's Marylebone after being admitted on February 16, making this his longest ever stay in hospital.
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You can rent an entire Maldives private island for $1m
The ultimate socially distanced holiday
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Khabib Nurmagomedov jokes referee in Conor McGregor fight was bribed
Nurmagomedov choked out McGregor in the fourth round of their lightweight title fight in 2018 - but their rivalry rages on
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Roy Keane is undoing the work of ex-Man United teammate Gary Neville
The former Man Utd player is now a very outspoken pundit for Sky Sports and attracted attention for his row with Jamie Redknapp.
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TAG Heuer and Tesla announce timepiece world tour
Luxury watch brand TAG Heuer has unveiled a new concept watch for its specially designed Tesla Roadster March 18 - and announced plans for a world tour.
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Australian PM Scott Morrison stands by minister accused of raping woman in 1980s
An anonymous letter accusing the unnamed minister of rape was sent to the PM’s office
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EU workers may lose right to live in UK after returning to home country in Covid crisis, report warns
New status creates ‘time bomb’ of uncertainty for millions, warn campaigners
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So you don't want to take the coronavirus vaccine? Here's what you need to know
Frontline medics and those most at risk from Covid-19 are least likely to get the jab, says Fleet Street Fox. There's a good reason for that, and it's called Boris Johnson
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Stacey Solomon planning two weddings this summer with massive post-Covid bash
Loose Women star Stacey Solomon is to pull out all the stops with two weddings to partner Joe Swash after his romantic Christmas Eve proposal
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Prince Philip to a London hospital for infection treatment
Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip has been transferred to another London hospital to continue treatment for an infection
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