Mikel Arteta shows he's learned from Pep Guardiola as Arsenal get boost for Man Utd game

Mikel Arteta's Arsenal side travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Thursday, where the Spaniard is sure to keep showing what he learned under Pep Guardiola
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Anthony Joshua ready to take £15m step-aside deal for Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk
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'No need for tax rises!' Rishi money claims torn apart by furious MP - overstated by £60bn
RISHI SUNAK and the Treasury have come under pressure from a furious Conservative Party MP, who has claimed the UK's deficit has been "overstated" by tens of billions of pounds, meaning there is "no need for big tax rises".
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Fourth Covid jab raises resistance to serious illness for over-60s in Israel
A fourth dose of the Covid-19 vaccine given to over-60s in Israel made them three times more resistant to serious illness than people with just one booster in the same age group, Israel's Health Ministry said on Sunday.
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BREAKING Ukraine crisis: Russia vows to 'respond appropriately' as Nato deploys fighter jets
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Burkina Faso’s president held by soldiers amid attempted coup
It follows months of unrest triggered by years of deadly terrorist attacks across the West African country.
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Antonio Conte's £100m exodus at Tottenham to set off Dusan Vlahovic chain reaction
Tottenham could be priced out of a move for Dusan Vlahovic but Antonio Conte could still benefit from his departure from Fiorentina depending on where he ends up next
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Tyson Fury tells Mike Tyson he would have "chinned" Anthony Joshua in his prime
Fury has brought up Tyson's comments on Joshua's fight with Oleksandr Usyk last year by stating 'Iron Mike' would have "chinned" both of the heavyweights
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Nato sends more ships and fighter jets to eastern Europe amid fears of Russian invasion
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America threatens novel export control to deprive Russia of key tech components
Such export controls that expand US sanctions beyond financial targets have only been deployed once before - to nearly bring down Chinese tech giant Huawei.
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Ukraine-Russia crisis: Nato sending more fighter jets and ships to eastern Europe amid growing tensions
It comes as the US and UK have began moving personnel from their Kiev embassies
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Chloe Radford, 26, who has 21 siblings, reveals she is expecting her first child
Chloe Radford, the third child of Sue and Noel, 26, who lives in Lancashire, shared a picture of her long-term boyfriend Jake Wallace kissing her baby bump to Instagram to announce the news.
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Snow arriving in DAYS according to Met Office - which parts of UK will see snowfall?
Brits could be in for shivering nights towards the end of January and early February as the Met Office issues snow and ice warnings. Here's when you can expect snow in the UK and in which parts
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How to get liquid hair – the shiny new trend celebrities are wearing everywhere
Light-reflecting and flowy - are we talking about water or hair?
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Two arrests made after objects thrown at Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger during Tottenham derby clash
Two men have been arrested after items were thrown onto the pitch during Chelsea’s clash with Tottenham yesterday.
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'Get up off your bum and shut curtains' Lorraine Kelly exasperated with Prince Andrew
LORRAINE Kelly hit out at Prince Andrew after allegations emerged over his treatment of Buckingham Palace staff.
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Karim Benzema picks a side in spat after Lionel Messi calls Jamie Carragher a 'donkey'
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema believes Lionel Messi will succeed at Paris Saint-Germain and anyone who doubts him 'knows nothing' about football after a slow start to the season
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Most wanted serial killer on the run for 23 years is 'spotted on Caribbean island'
Serial killer Norman Volker Franz was jailed in May 1995. He managed to saw through bars in his cell two years later and has since reportedly been spotted in the Caribbean
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How has Boris Johnson responded to claims of Covid rule-busting parties?
The PM is in hot water again - but it is not the first time he’s faced criticism over alleged rule-breaking events during the pandemic.
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Prince Charles offers major olive branch amid fears Harry memoir could trash Camilla
PRINCE Charles has invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to stay with him when they visit the UK amid fears the Duke's upcoming memoir could criticise Camilla, it has been claimed.
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Prince Charles fears Prince Harry's memoir will be 'excoriating takedown' of Camilla
Fears are said to revolve around "Prince Harry's recollections of Camilla Duchess of Cornwall's entry into the Royal Family" and how her romance with his father, Prince Charles "damaged him from a young age"
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Partygate stormclouds gather for Boris ahead of Sue Gray report
Boris Johnson is facing another tough week as Sue Gray finalises her inquiry into alleged lockdown breaches in Whitehall, while furious Tories prepare for another coup bid.
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Meghan Markle and Harry's 'Biblical moment' recalled: 'Like they brought on this rain'
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry's evocative arrival to a small town during their first joint tour has been recalled by a royal photographer.
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SNP quizzes teens on their sexuality and gender identity when applying for a bus pass
Scottish youngsters aged over 16 are being asked if they are gay, straight or bisexual in a survey - with the chance of winning up to £250 of shopping vouchers.
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Dismissed, ignored and ridiculed: How doctors are letting women down when it comes to UTIs
New research found that 40 per cent of young women say they have been accused of over-exaggerating symptoms or being ‘over dramatic’ about their wellbeing when seeing a doctor finds Hannah Fearn
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Andrew Neil explores Boris Johnson’s future in Channel 4 documentary: ‘It’s the biggest leadership crisis since Margaret Thatcher’
Andrew Neil will investigate what's been happening at Downing Street.
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Outrage as fan is ordered to remove 'Where is Peng Shuai?' T-shirt at Australian Open
Video emerged on Sunday of security staff ordering spectators at the Austalian Open to remove their 'Where is Peng Shuai' t-shirts as well as a banner in support of the Chinese tennis player.
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New England Patriots face huge Bill Belichick decision which could be key to their future
Bill Belichick's experience and affinity with the Boston-based team is unmatched – but the Pats should be wary of the dangers of going stagnant under a long-serving coach
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Civil servant bosses resist end of work from home guidance
Ministers are urging Whitehall to lead by example after Boris Johnson announced last week that work from home guidance was being scrapped.
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Antonov Airlines An-225 Mriya cuts a path through fog while landing in Poland [video]
The Soviet-designed Antonov Airlines An-225 Mriya cargo plane emerged above a crowd of aviation enthusiasts. It then came into landing at Rzeszow Airport, Poland.
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Best road bike lights: Front and rear lights to keep you safe on night time rides
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Equations built giants like Google. Who’ll find the next billion-dollar bit of maths? | David Sumpter
Obscure, generations-old theorems have been transformative in tech, and there are still plenty out there to be usedIn 1998, a computer science PhD student called Larry Page submitted a patent for internet search based on an obscure piece of mathematics. The method, known today as PageRank, allowed the most relevant webpages to be found much more rapidly and accurately than ever before. The patent, initially owned by Stanford, was sold in 2005 for shares that are today worth more than $1bn. Page’s company, Google, has a net worth of well over $1tr.It wasn’t Page, or Google’s cofounder Sergey Brin, who created the mathematics described in the patent. The equation they used is at least 100 years old, building on properties of matrices (mathematical structures akin to a spreadsheet of numbers). Similar methods were used by Chinese mathematicians more than two millennia ago. Page and Brin’s insight was to realise that by calculating what is known as the stationary distribution of a matrix describing connections on the world wide web, they could find the most popular sites more rapidly.David Sumpter is professor of applied mathematics at the University of Uppsala, Sweden, and author of The Ten Equations that Rule the World: And How You Can Use Them Too Continue reading...
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There Will Be No More Night review – chilling meditation on modern warfare
Éléonore Weber’s documentary, air-strike footage of pilots on night missions, could work well in a galleryThis hypnotic meditation on modern warfare from Éléonore Weber is an experimental cine-essay that feels closer to a gallery installation than a documentary. Watching it is a bit of a test of concentration: 75 minutes of helicopter airstrike footage from American and French missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. Clip after clip of pilots following what’s on the ground hundreds of metres below. Who is that in their crosshairs: a Taliban fighter holding a Kalashnikov or a farmer with a rake? Farmers know that they get mistaken for fighters, so run and hide their tools when they hear helicopters. Which of course makes them look suspicious.In the cockpit, we hear American voices: “Request permission to engage.” “We got a guy with an RPG.” This is the notorious video WikiLeaks dubbed Collateral Murder, a US airstrike filmed from an Apache helicopter in 2007. The rocket-propelled grenade launcher turned out to be a camera tripod belonging to a Reuters photographer, who was one of a dozen civilians killed in the attack. It’s impossible to watch and not think of computer games. “Kill! Kill! Kill” we hear in another video – you can almost feel the itch to shoot everything that moves. Continue reading...
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Poem of the week: Please Do Not Touch the Walrus … by Caleb Parkin
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Spice up your life! 22 sensational seasonings that aren’t salt or pepper
Why stick to the same condiments when you can zhoosh dishes up with za’atar or add some yummy yaji? Some of Britain’s best chefs suggest their favourite additionsHistorically, Britain has been timid about seasoning. Salt and pepper are the standard duo in the UK, while an exhilarating array of flavourings is deployed globally to tweak cooked foods: traditional spices, evolving spice mixes, clever powders created by imaginative chefs. In deep midwinter, what could be better than sprinkling a dash of vibrant colour across your meals? Here are 22 ways to spice up your food in 2022. Continue reading...
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Vote with your feet: film, music, art and more to engage you politically
From the heroic Mr Smith using political institutions to clear his name to Naomi Klein’s exposé of the sharp end of globalisation, our critics choose political cultural works that inspireThere are plenty of brilliant political movies – but almost all are satirical and ironic. Frank Capra’s Mr Smith Goes to Washington is different. It inspires you to think well of the political process. And incredibly, it makes that most boring of political manoeuvres – the filibuster – seem heroic. James Stewart’s Mr Smith, the “Mr Smith” of the title, is homely and innocent, but he is a politician, a junior senator. And when he comes to Washington and is tricked and made to look guilty by corrupt veterans of the system, Mr Smith works with that system. By speaking nonstop for 25 hours about American ideals on the floor of the Senate, Mr Smith can impede their crooked plans and prove his own innocence – an almost Christ-like ordeal that results in his vindication. Peter Bradshaw Continue reading...
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Cameroon XI vs Comoros: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news, injury and Covid latest for AFCON last-16 tie
Cameroon will be expected to brush aside Covid-stricken minnows Comoros in the last-16 at the Africa Cup of Nations tonight.
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‘No point’ Liverpool fixating on Manchester City chase, says Virgil Van Dijk
The Reds are nine points behind the Premier League leaders, who have played one game more.
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Premier League examining new Covid rules that will impact Manchester United and Man City
The Premier League has experienced high volumes of postponements in recent weeks.
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Zimbabwe’s Brendan Taylor admits not reporting spot-fixing approach quick enough
The 35-year-old says he was blackmailed by a group of Indian businessmen.
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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan thanks Egyptian fan for helping ‘fellow Indian’
Ashwini Deshpande’s ‘heartwarming’ story about the actor’s Egyptian fan went viral online
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Brentford manager Thomas Frank signs new contract
The 48-year-old Dane, who was previously assistant head coach under Dean Smith, took charge of the Bees in October 2018.
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‘Pokémon Legends: Arceus’: Release date, how to pre-order and have new features been leaked
The latest launch will feature an open world and new varieties of monsters to catch
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‘Watching Sex and The City mutilated my penis’: Man reveals how Charlotte York shamed him into unwanted surgery
'The mere mention of the show sends a shiver down my spine.'
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'I've spent £20,000 travelling abroad for Long Covid treatment as UK lags behind'
Fitness fanatic Ronan Boyle, 51, has twice travelled to Germany for treatment as he believes the UK has fallen behind, but said most Long Covid sufferers are unable to do so
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Boris goes nuclear with bid to save job AND stop Putin bumping up bills with single move
BORIS JOHNSON is set this week to make a decision that may well save his job and curtail Russian President Vladimir Putin's influence in Europe.
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