Mikel Arteta to show no mercy on under-fire Rafa Benitez and former club Everton

Mikel Arteta takes his Arsenal team to a toxic Goodison Park on Monday, where the Gunners will face an Everton side who are at a low ebb under manager Rafa Benitez
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Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu Applauded For Asking Kate Garraway To Say Her Surname After GMB Presenter Messes Up Pronunciation
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu has been applauded by Good Morning Britain viewers after she asked presenter Kate Garraway to say her surname after she struggled to pronounce it on Friday’s show.Dr Shola was on the ITV morning show to talk about cancel culture, but things got off to a shaky start when Kate asked the lawyer and activist to say her own surname when she struggled to pronounce it.After Kate attempted to say Dr Shola’s full name, the presenter said: “Let me do that again.” She then appeared to give up completely, saying: “Dr Shola – you say your surname, ’cause I’m useless this morning.”But Dr Shola asked Kate to try again, telling her: “Ok so read it phonetically. I’m not going to let you get away with that. Read it phonetically, pronounce it as you see it.”@kategarrawayOh Kate
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UN labor group says 1.6 million jobs lost in Myanmar in 2021
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Kibou, London SW11: ‘Very much a place of contradictions’ – restaurant review | Grace Dent on restaurants
‘I excused myself to go to the ladies’ room to have a long think about my life choices’Restaurant columns don’t generally begin in the ladies’ loo for several reasons, but in real life they often do – or at least they do for me. Some time after the first plates of starters at a new opening, such as at Kibou in Battersea last week, I often find myself staring into a bathroom mirror – a freshly installed bathroom mirror, mind – and the words are already bubbling, because when you know, you already know.Kibou’s new south London branch is the third in a chain of beautifully staged, Japanese-inspired restaurants with a loyal following in Cheltenham and Bristol. The Battersea branch has two enormous, fluttery lashed, mascara-laden eyes painted on to its Hague Blue frontage. Those eyes are made prettier still by faux Japanese rose blossom. Kibou is certainly, from the outside and at night, the loveliest, quirkiest-looking new opening London has seen in a while. Inside, vast murals of Tokyo metropolitan life brighten the walls. The best seats in the house are the booths at the back, bedecked with even more faux blossom. Romantic as heck. But it’s less so if you’re seated near the front door on one of the tiny, draughty, exposed tables. Continue reading...
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Unsettled Ground by Claire Fuller audiobook review – secrets and survival
A deft version of the Costa prize winner about rural, middle-aged twins whose sheltered lives are shattered by their mother’s deathClaire Fuller’s Costa prize-winning novel begins with 70-year-old Dot getting up in the night in her farm cottage and collapsing from a stroke by the kitchen hearth. Her body is found in the morning by her two adult children who face an uncertain future in the wake of her death.Twins Jeanie and Julius are 51 years old and have led desperately sheltered lives, never venturing far from home, living off the land and eschewing modern necessities such as bank accounts, television and the internet. Unsettled Ground provides a richly detailed portrait of two outsiders out of step with the world and forced to confront the lies their late mother told to keep them at home. As well as showing the siblings’ emotional implosion, Fuller depicts the harsh realities of life in a remote rural community where work is scarce and many live in dire poverty. Continue reading...
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William Saliba claims Arsenal "slapped" him after arriving with lofty expectations
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Cases plateauing in parts of India but Omicron still surges
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Alan Carr’s husband Paul Drayton walks free after winning sentence appeal
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Alan Carr’s husband Paul Drayton walks free after winning sentence appeal
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Jake Paul drops 'diss track' on Dana White, Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor
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Hong Kong economy grows 6.4% in 2021
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How to plan a sustainable spring adventure to the Hebrides
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Woman spends £30,000 transforming her body after losing weight
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Kim Kardashian’s Skims doubles in value to $3.2 billion
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Russia nears 100,000 daily infections as omicron rages
Russian authorities on Friday reported over 98,000 new confirmed coronavirus cases, but the Kremlin says the actual number is likely to be much higher as the highly contagious omicron variant continues to rage through the vast country
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More people trust Labour than Tories on National Insurance
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‘Bemused’ Manchester United hierarchy respond to Liverpool’s £37.5m deal for Luis Diaz
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easyJet issues warning to holidaymakers heading to Spanish islands
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Centrist Tory MPs back Tom Tugendhat as potential next PM
Centrist Tory MPs are turning to former soldier Tom Tugendhat as their choice to take over from Boris Johnson, as the Conservative Party braces for a potential leadership contest.
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UK firms urged to boost cyber defences amid Moscow tension
UK firms have been warned to bolster their digital defences amid fears cyber attacks in Ukraine blamed on Russia could move beyond its borders.
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Luis Diaz to Liverpool transfer: 'Furious' Porto manager refuses to give approval
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Government exams chief: 2022 test changes will not advantage more able pupils
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El Duque hotel review: family fun in Tenerife’s Costa Adeje
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Five under-the-radar TV gems you should catch up on next
Yes, we know there’s too much to watch at once – but here’s five stellar shows that didn’t deserve to slip through the cracksDon’t get the Guide delivered to your inbox? Sign up hereTV. There’s a lot of it. Too much to watch, unless you have enough screens to consume 13 shows at once, like Ed Harris in the Truman Show. Between trusty old broadcast telly and the insurgent forces of Netflix, Disney, Amazon, Apple and co, there is an astronomical amount of programming currently being pumped out. And, while Succession, Squid Game and the like attract plenty of column inches, there are plenty of other shows that fall between the cracks, either by dint of appearing on a niche network or through being under-promoted by one of the giants. So this week we’re giving overdue props to five of them. And if we’ve missed any (we definitely have), feel free to let us know: more info on that at the bottom of this newsletter.My Brilliant Friend (Sky Atlantic/Now TV)Two consecutive nights before Christmas at a Liverpool venue called the Hardman House Hotel with the La’s. You knew it would NEVER happen again … and it didn’t. – Kevin O’SheaJohn Cale played an amazing set [at the Electric Ballroom] on the same night that the IRA bombed the Tory party conference in 1984. Highlights were a demented version of the Velvet Underground classic I’m Waiting For the Man, where he improvised an anti-heroin rant with the aside “let me be Pete Townshend for a minute” and a bewildering reference to I Claudius and coffee. It was a concert like no other: manic and brilliant. At one point a fan threw his shirt at him. Cale sniffed it and threw it back saying “too male”. You had to be there. – Chris SmithAs the least qualified person in the world to write about memorable gigs (because I’ve been to just three in all my 72 years), here are those three – all utterly memorable for different reasons – in ascending order:3. 1958: The Beverley Sisters at the Gaumont Theatre, Doncaster. The (then) highest-paid female entertainers, wearing the highest ever heels and matching outfits. It was my ninth birthday present from my parents and I’d never experienced anything like it – a momentous difference from our nine-inch black and white tv screen.2. 1990: Tina Turner, the Foreign Affair tour, another birthday present from my then husband. I can’t remember the venue, just how wonderful, and loud, and physical Tina was. And how scared I was by all the pushing, cheering people. She came out on a cherry picker right above my head. I reached up, touched the sole of her shoe and gazed in awe at the dust on my finger.1. 2013: Leonard Cohen at the Leeds First Direct Arena. Dear gods, what can be said? On his knees for most of the three hours, Leonard sang and talked of what he knows best: love and being-ness. I wept with pain and with joy. – Daphne Pleace Continue reading...
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Manchester United have four weeks to master Ralf Rangnick's new tactical plan
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Chinese travel for Lunar New Year despite plea to stay put
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When is Australian Open 2022 finals? Date, start time and how to watch men and women’s
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Liz Truss says government won’t stop DUP from suspending Brexit checks
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