Mourinho's subtle "subconscious" Bale dig after Tottenham's defeat to Brighton

The Welsh forward was disappointing once again at the Amex Stadium and was substituted with half-an-hour to play
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UK farmers warn post-Brexit trade deal with Australia could hit livelihoods
NFU says British cattle and sheep farmers will lose out if Australian producers given tariff-free accessFarmers are warning of “damage” to UK agriculture if Australian beef and lamb producers are granted tariff-free access to the UK as part of the first major post-Brexit trade deal.The National Farmers’ Union (NFU) assembled agricultural leaders from all four devolved nations on Tuesday afternoon to voice their concerns amid reports of a division in the cabinet over whether to approve a wide-ranging free trade agreement with Australia. Continue reading...
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Pimlico academy head resigns after race discrimination row
Daniel Smith quits London secondary school, where hundreds of students protested in MarchThe headteacher at Pimlico academy, the London secondary school at the centre of protests over allegations of race discrimination, has resigned.Daniel Smith, announced that he had decided to step down on Tuesday afternoon. The resignation comes after hundreds of students at the school took part in a demonstration at the end of March over changes to the curriculum, uniform policy and the siting of a union flag outside the academy building. Continue reading...
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Flo Rida ‘so excited’ to represent San Marino at Eurovision 2021
He'll be sharing the stage with Senhit.
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Labour calls for pause on international travel over Indian variant fears
The shadow home secretary accused the Tories of risking the importing of more dangerous Covid strains with the 'chaotic' new travel system.
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WWE’s Noam Dar wants to send Drew McIntyre ‘through fire door’ as revenge for ‘violent’ matches
The fellow Scots tore it up on the independent scene.
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Coronavirus: How did the Indian variant reach the UK?
Further emergence from lockdown in jeopardy after spread of B1617.2 sparks concern
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Grenfell: Ex-housing chief Rock Feilding-Mellen makes emotional apology for lives ‘shattered’ by fire
Rock Feilding-Mellen says he will ‘probably be haunted’ by question of whether he should have done anything differently for ‘rest of my life’
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Eurovision 2021: What are ‘live-on-tape’ performances and is any country using them?
It's a Eurovision year like no other.
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Daniel Morgan report ‘delayed due to unnecessary Home Office review’
The panel examining the case had been due to publish its findings on Monday.
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The Heartbreak Kid star Charles Grodin dies aged 86 after bone marrow cancer battle
RIP.
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Chelsea vs Leicester LIVE: Premier League team news, line-ups and more tonight
Follow all the action live from Stamford Bridge
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Boy, 12, taken to hospital after he was hit by police car
The crash happened near a police station in Slough.
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Officer charged over two deaths during police pursuit
Police constable Edward Welch faces four charges involving dangerous driving following the incident in London five years ago.
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Brighton vs Man City live stream, TV channel, lineups and team news, prediction, h2h results, odds
Manchester City tonight continue their Premier League champions celebration tour as they build-up to the Champions League final, with Brighton the next stop.
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Kate and William 'splitting off' from Charles and Camilla to cement own 'power' in Firm
KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William's "top priority" going forward has been pinpointed by royal commentators who compared them to Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
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Incoming DUP leader vows to put women and young people in top team
Edwin Poots defeated Sir Jeffrey Donaldson in the leadership contest.
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Israel, Gaza violence overshadows Biden's domestic plans
President Joe Biden’s efforts to spotlight his infrastructure plan are being overshadowed by the escalating violence between Israel and the Palestinians
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WH memo sees economic strength where critics see fragility
White House officials are seeking to quell any anxiety about inflation and the pace of hiring
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Bangladeshi journalist arrested and charged over alleged document theft
Rozina Islam’s family claim reporter has been assaulted and subject to ‘mental torture’ by policeOne of Bangladesh’s most prominent investigative journalists, known for her anti-corruption reporting and criticism of the government’s response to Covid-19, has been arrested and charged under the country’s Official Secrets Act.Rozina Islam, 42, a senior investigative journalist at Bengali daily The Prothom Alo appeared before a Dhaka court on Tuesday morning charged with stealing official documents from the Health Ministry. The court turned down the police’s appeal that she be remanded in their custody to be interrogated. Continue reading...
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Chelsea FC XI vs Leicester: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news, latest injury updates today
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is tonight expected to ring the changes the rematch against Leicester after his side were beaten by the Foxes in Saturday’s FA Cup final.
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The Guardian view on working from home: a new social divide | Editorial
As the country emerges from the pandemic, the changing nature of employment will need careful managementAs Britain warily exits lockdown, the post-pandemic challenges that the country faces are looming large. On Tuesday, a study by the Resolution Foundation thinktank outlined some of them, including reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and managing the transition to automation in parts of the economy. The report also highlighted a new social divide, one that emerged in the context of Covid and is likely, in some form, to remain when the pandemic is behind us. In 2019, only 5% of employees worked mainly from home, but that number grew to almost 50% during the first and third lockdowns. Remote working has become particularly prevalent among the higher-paid and higher-educated, as a substantial part of the knowledge economy successfully migrates to affluent suburbs in London and elsewhere. Figures released by the Office for National Statistics this week reveal that 70% of all staff in Richmond upon Thames worked from home at some point during the pandemic. The equivalent figure in Burnley was less than 14%.The implications of this shift, and its social composition, need to be thought through. For millions of mostly better-off citizens able to work from home, a hybrid working week – part-home, part-office – seems likely in the future. This will have a sizeable impact on the country’s economic geography. The Nationwide building society and Santander UK, for example, have already announced the closure of swathes of urban office space. Nationwide has advised 13,000 staff that they are free to work at home from anywhere in the country. HSBC intends to cut office space, but require its staff to come in for part of the week. As other businesses follow suit, and the shift to online shopping continues, the decline of high streets and urban centres may accelerate. Providers of local goods and services, stranded in the physical economy, may struggle and may be forced to relocate. Places and individuals that could be losers in this process must be properly supported and provided with meaningful options and assistance. Continue reading...
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The Guardian view on Covid and travel: these traffic lights won’t keep us safe | Editorial
The government has decided to relax the rules – but it shouldn’t do it like thisOn the same day that the first wave of holidaymakers jetted off to Portugal, experts warned that the Covid variant first discovered in India was set to become the dominant strain in the UK within days. The rapid transmission of B.1.617.2 casts doubt over plans for a full reopening of the economy on 21 June, and could lead to local lockdowns or – according to one expert – require the reversal of some relaxations.The government has been rightly criticised for its delay in putting India on the red list for travel. The issue now is whether it learns from its errors. While experts including Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust, suggest that only “absolutely essential” travel should proceed, airlines and travel firms are already pressing for more countries to be moved to the green list. The government has told people not to holiday in amber list countries, but allows such holidays to remain on sale. Continue reading...
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Sir Richard Leese comfortably sees off first leadership challenge in 20 years
Newly-elected Hulme Labour member Ekua Bayunu argued white men had 'carried the burden of power for decades'. Sir Richard won by 75 votes to 15, calling the attempt 'no big deal'
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Deontay Wilder “declines” pay-off to allow Tyson Fury to fight Anthony Joshua
The figure was reported to potentially reach a whopping £14million, but Wilder's coach has claimed he is insisting on a third fight
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Google announces a host of updates to Android, search and other features as part of I/O event
Google has released new updates for Android, search and its other products.
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How you can enter Ohio’s weekly $1 million Covid vaccine lottery
Mike DeWine outlined incentive programme for residents to get vaccinated with the possibility to win huge jackpot
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Huge hail batters Brits just weeks from summer as May could be 'wettest ever'
2021's washout spring has brought hailstorms and could see the wettest May on record, but there is a glimmer of hope for next month
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Police officer charged over road deaths of child actor and aunt in Penge
A police officer has been charged over the deaths of a ten-year-old boy and his aunt after they were killed when a car ploughed into them in south London.
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Rihanna stuns in bra top and new pixie crop hairdo for dinner in Los Angeles
The world is Rihanna's catwalk.
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Boy, 12, in hospital after being hit by police car in Slough
Thames Valley Police said the incident occurred in Ragstone Road – near a police station – at about 3.15pm on Tuesday.
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Republican who compared Capitol rioters to ‘tourists’, screamed in terror during attack, new photos reveal
In another picture from 6 January riot, Andrew Clyde is ‘the person screaming at the far left of this photo’
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Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser review – a wonderful tumble down the rabbit hole
Victoria and Albert Museum, LondonInspiring everything from Jefferson Airplane’s White Rabbit to Heston Blumenthal’s mock turtle soup, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland continues to feel delightfully modernTo get into the V&A’s blockbuster about the influence of Alice, I had to stand at a security gate for ages, waiting to be called forward into the silent museum. It was a tiny bit Kafkaesque. Then I remembered Kafka was probably influenced by Carroll so it was in fact Carrollesque. Both Carroll and Kafka create slippery, unstable realities in which hapless characters face menacing trials. They both define our world – but one was a modernist and the other a 19th-century don. This is the question this hugely enjoyable and thought-provoking exhibition raises: how did a Victorian children’s author create one of the myths that sum up the modern condition? Continue reading...
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World to waste one trillion more plastic bottles and bags by 2025 as production ramps up
20 firms will account for most of the addtional 70 million metric tonnes of polymer churned out in the next four years
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Two vehicle smash closes busy Wigan road
Traffic is being diverted around the route, with queues building
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Hundreds of 'Free Palestine' campaigners march through Manchester city centre
Protesters marched down Oxford Road and near St Peter's Square this afternoon
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Twenty-three rescued from suspected smuggling boat off San Diego
Incident comes after three people died in another suspected smuggling boat that overturned in the same areaTwenty-three people were rescued from a suspected smuggling boat off the San Diego coast not far from where another vessel broke up a few weeks ago, killing three people.The small boat, known as a panga, was spotted shortly before 3am on Monday by a US border patrol video system as it drifted near rocks off the coast of Point Loma. The coast guard responded but the craft refused commands to stop, authorities said. Continue reading...
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Pimlico Academy head to step down from role after ‘discrimination’ row
It comes after teachers at the school passed a motion of no confidence in the principal.
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Taser ‘activated eight times’ before the death of Dalian Atkinson, court told
Downloaded readings show the weapon was used for a total of 81 seconds before Atkinson’s death in 2016.
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Give struggling pupils four years to retake GCSEs, says catch-up tsar
Sir Kevan Collins urges rethink on maths and English resits and calls for exams to be moved onlinePupils who struggle to achieve a pass at GCSE maths and English and are then forced to resit when they fail should be given four years to complete their course rather than the standard two to give them a better chance of success, according to the government’s catch-up tsar.Sir Kevan Collins, who is leading the Westminster government’s education recovery efforts to make up for lost learning during Covid, added his voice to calls for a rethink on GCSEs post-pandemic. Continue reading...
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Inside Phillip Schofield's off-screen life - boozy brunches to new swanky pad
This Morning host Phillip Schofield enjoys seeing friends for boozy brunches when he's not taking over our screens at home
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Flights from India still landing in UK despite Covid variant surge
EXCLUSIVE Three planes potentially packed with passengers touched down at Heathrow Airport from Mumbai and Delhi early today, the Mirror has learned - 26 days after the country was placed on the 'red list'
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‘Momentous day’ as one million vaccinated against Covid-19 in Northern Ireland
1,000,928 people have received at least one dose of a vaccine in the region, it was confirmed on Tuesday.
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Edinson Cavani goal: Manchester United star treats fans to special chip on Old Trafford return vs Fulham
Edinson Cavani treated Manchester United fans on their Old Trafford return as the veteran striker scored a sensational chip against Fulham.
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‘I wish things had been done differently’, councillor tells Grenfell inquiry
A fire at the Grenfell Tower block in west London in June 2017 claimed 72 lives.
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Pimlico Academy headteacher at centre of uniform policy protests will leave at end of the month
Pupils protested over his ‘strict’ uniform policies
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Tuesday's winning Lotto numbers for £35million EuroMillions jackpot
Results checker for the EuroMillions draw on Tuesday, May 18, with a jackpot of £35million up for grabs - check here for all the latest draw results and news of winners
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Tearful rugby star cleared of grievous bodily harm after punching ex-wife
Anthony Gelling left his ex-wife with a broken nose, a fractured eye socket and a chipped tooth after 'fearing he would be run over' by the car she was reversing
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Greenland ice sheet close to tipping into 'accelerated melting,' scientists conclude
Experts at the University of Copenhagen and the Arctic University of Norway found the Greenland ice sheet might be on the 'point of no return,' eventually raising sea levels by 23ft.
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