As homeowners in Spain, we worry that Brexit has ruined the expat reputation
Britons are no longer eligible to stay in EU countries for more than 90 days during a 180-day period, even if they own a home.
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William Roache pays an emotional tribute to Corrie icon Johnny Briggs
The Ken Barlow actor has paid tribute to his fellow Corrie legend who has died aged 85
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Nicola Sturgeon: The champion of Scottish independence fighting for her political future
With an independent Scotland now a distinct possibility, a feud with her predecessor means the woman at the heart of the campaign may not be in power much longer. Sean O’Grady explores Nicola Sturgeon’s extraordinary rise... and considers the implications of her potential fall
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Cigarette prices likely to rise from Wednesday night due to the Budget
Any 'sin tax' rises in the Budget will only be confirmed on Wednesday - but Chancellor Rishi Sunak has previously made clear the cost of tobacco will keep going up
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UN warns of mass famine in Yemen ahead of donor conference
A U.N. humanitarian agency has warned that more than 16 million people in Yemen would go hungry this year, with already some half a million living in famine-like condition in the conflict-wrecked country
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Scott Parker still confident Fulham strikers have quality to keep them up after Crystal Palace shutout
Scott Parker remains confident his strikers have the quality to fire Fulham out of the relegation zone.
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Nightclub promotes first event in a year and plans 00.01am start on June 21
A nightclub in Leeds said there's "no point messing about" as it announced its Grand Reopening for 21 June, 12:01am - the same day PM Boris Johnson said nightclubs could reopen
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Saudi Arabia says it intercepts missile attack over capital
Saudi Arabia says it has intercepted a missile attack over its capital launched by Yemen's Houthi rebels, as well as bomb-laden drones targeting the southern province of Jizan
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Boris Johnson’s push for summer catch-up schools shows how desperately out-of-touch he is
To truly ‘leave no child behind’ we need targeted help. I’m sick of the lives of children being used as pawns during the this pandemic, writes Georgina Fuller
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Fierce fireworks and a huge snow moon: the weekend's best photos
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Willian starting to show true colours at Arsenal - says Mikel Arteta after Brazilian impresses at Leicester
Mikel Arteta believes Willian is beginning to show his true colours after a difficult start to life at Arsenal.

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Mikel Arteta praises ‘game-changer’ Willian and names three players who stepped up in Arsenal’s win over Leicester City
The Brazilian is now the Gunners' leading assister this season.
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Former Domino's manager reveals how to get free food with wrong order policy
Clarissa Hitchcock, from Canada, who worked as a Domino's manager for around 10 years, said the restaurant has the 'best policy ever' when it comes to getting an order wrong.
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Sunak 's budget must place economic needs above party politics | Larry Elliott
The longer the chancellor delays raising taxes the better, no matter how that plays with the electorateBudgets. Mini-budgets. Summer economic statements. Winter economic plans. Umpteen other impromptu announcements. Never has there been a chancellor as hyperactive as Rishi Sunak over the past 12 months.Throughout Britain’s long Covid-19 nightmare, Sunak has been shovelling money out of the Treasury to support the economy while also warning that sooner or later the spending will have to stop. That moment will arrive soon. Continue reading...
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Jamie Redknapp and Roy Keane fiercely debate Tottenham squad quality and top-four chances
An argument quickly escalated between the pair over the quality available in the Spurs squad
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Trump set to return to the spotlight with CPAC speech
Less than six weeks after leaving office, former President Donald Trump will deliver the closing speech at a conservative conference as he reasserts himself on the national stage and makes clear he intends to remain a dominant force within the Republican Party
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'No parent can send their child off to die' – Peter Moffat on his searing new thriller
In Your Honor, Bryan Cranston plays a judge trying to cover up his son’s crime. Its writer thought he was unshockable – until he went to America to research its justice systemWhat would you do if your child killed someone in a hit and run? “The answer,” says Peter Moffat, “is fairly obvious. You have to take your child to the police station.” But what if it turns out the victim was the son of the biggest mob boss in New Orleans? “You turn around,” says Moffat. “You can’t send them off into probable death. That’s not something any parent can do.”This conundrum forms the centre of Moffat’s new drama, Your Honor, a remake of the hit Israeli show Kvodo. In it, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston plays another father bending the rules for the benefit of his family – this time Judge Michael Desiato, who is forced to confront the consequences of protecting his own son from the justice system he upholds. As he scrambles to cover up the crime, using his legal connections at every turn, Desiato sucks others into the case – and is forced to face the damage his own desperation has caused. Desiato, says Moffat, “knows how the system functions, how he can manoeuvre it to his advantage. It just felt great to write.” Continue reading...
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Blanck Mass: In Ferneaux review – the very definition of niche
(Sacred Bones)Travel the world as Benjamin John Power mines a decade’s worth of field recordings on his gratifyingly singular fifth album In Ferneaux represents something of a departure for electronica auteur Benjamin John Power. After the euphoric and abrasive maximalism of 2019’s Animated Violence Mild, and his work as half of Fuck Buttons, Power’s fifth album as Blanck Mass is a more oblique affair. A product of lockdown isolation, it comprises two lengthy soundscapes that blend his trademark layers of coruscating noise with sounds found on his travels over the past decade. Set out of context, these field recordings become for the most part wilfully abstract and very much open to interpretation: was this one recorded in downtown Bamako, that one at a Portuguese woodland rave?Phase I begins with twinkling synths before hitting a bombastic climax, and then everything drops away around the six-minute mark, leaving only a recording of what could be a walking tour of an open-air cutlery-testing facility, which in turn becomes a slowly evolving drone. It ends with industrial pummelling. Feedback and distortion feature more prominently in Phase II, as does a gorgeous piano coda, while a carnival atmosphere prevails in the most prominent found sound. In an age of Spotified homogeneity, it’s the very definition of niche, but makes for admirably – and enjoyably – singular listening. Continue reading...
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Harry Kane urged to 'twist not stick' as striker backed for Man City transfer
Harry Kane has scored 13 goals in the Premier League this season - but could the time be right for England's captain to leave Tottenham Hotspur?
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Battling dry and cracked winter skin? Here’s how to solve it
Dry skin can be caused by genetics, harsh products coming into contact with the skin, too frequent bathing, and cold weather.
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Willian begins to show Arsenal fans why Mikel Arteta worked so hard to sign him
Mikel Arteta’s players have given him plenty of headaches he did not need this season, but after this victory over Leicester City they have provided the Spaniard with a welcome one.
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Denmark’s climate policies 'insufficient' to meet 2030 target
Report says country set to cut carbon emissions by 54% compared with 1990 levels, not 70% as plannedThe Danish government’s efforts towards meeting the country’s ambitious target of reducing emissions 70% by 2030 have been judged “insufficient” by the body tasked with monitoring its progress, with measures so far announced only likely to take it a third of the way.In its first annual status report, the Danish Council on Climate Change said that new laws, inter-party agreements and initiatives announced since the country’s climate law came into effect last June, would reduce emissions by the equivalent of 7.2m tonnes of CO2 by 2030, which is only enough to reduce Denmark’s emissions by 54% compared with 1990 levels.“This is an important first step, but from this, it cannot be deduced that we have now met a third of the challenge,” the report warns, noting that as the country has started with “low-hanging fruit”, all remaining reductions would be more difficult to achieve.“There is still a long way to go towards the goal, and this underlines the great challenge that Danish society has set itself.” Rasmus Helveg Petersen, the climate spokesperson for the Social Liberal party told the Politiken newspaper that the report was a “massive fail with a capital F” for the government’s climate efforts and “a wake-up call” for every party in government to step up efforts.But Denmark’s climate minister, Dan Jørgensen, told the state broadcaster DR that he welcomed the “good advice and recommendations” and believed the government had been “busy”.“Obviously, we have less than 10 years to meet this goal, but fortunately we’ve reached over a third of the way,” he said. “It’s been a pretty strong first year and a half, but we need to be at least as strong for the rest of the time.”After the environment unexpectedly became the hottest campaigning issue in Denmark’s 2019 election, the winning Social Democrats and its support parties agreed on the 70% reduction target.Despite the coronavirus pandemic dominating the government agenda, the parliament in June still voted through a climate law making the target legally binding on all future governments, with the government at the same time launching a plan to establish two “energy islands”, one artificial and one on Bornholm, which will together supply 5GW of wind power.Jorgen Elmeskov, the council’s vice-chair, told the Guardian that it was important that the government now publish a clear and detailed framework of how it intends to meet its goal, takes steps to establish a uniform carbon-pricing regime, and give a “broad signal” of where the price will be by 2030, strike a political deal to reduce emissions from agriculture, and makes rapid progress on carbon capture and storage (CCS).“There are only nine years left until 2030, so there’s a sense of urgency clearly present in the report,” he said.“For very many of the initiatives, it will take some time to move towards implementable policy and then for the implemented policy to have its effect.”In the report, the council notes that Norway’s Northern Lights CCS project, which will not begin storing carbon before 2025, was launched in 2015, suggesting it could take 10 years for Denmark to establish a similar scheme.Jørgensen said last summer that government spending to support businesses and individuals through coronavirus lockdown had reduced the government’s capacity to finance the country’s green transformation.But in its report, the council argues that the pandemic has also highlighted the potential for changing public behaviour, with, for example, increased homeworking and more digital meetings.“The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that at some points it is possible to significantly change our routines and habitual behaviour,” the report reads. “Although many things have been hampered and hindered by the pandemic, we may also be able to take some experience further that can be used in relation to the future climate efforts.”Elmeskov noted that the country was still at the beginning of its transformation. “Of course, we cannot expect less than a year after the Climate Act came into effect, to have everything adopted by the parliament so that for the rest of the period, we can just sit down and wait,” he said, adding the government should now set up “processes for developing policies where there currently are no policies”.“This is something you can start doing by tomorrow,” he said. Continue reading...
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Arteta explains what he wants from Willian as he plans further Arsenal rotation
Arteta rung the changes for Arsenal's clash with Leicester and was rewarded with promising displays from the likes of Willian, David Luiz and Nicolas Pepe
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Roy Keane and Jamie Redknapp involved in heated argument on Sky Sports
The two were involved in a fiery debate live on Sky Sports ahead of Tottenham's clash with Burnley in the Premier League.
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New Orleans Museum of Art announces 3 big gifts in 1 month
The New Orleans Museum of Art has announced a major gift to its photography department - the third such announcement this month
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Home Office calls out Nigel Farage for ‘incorrect’ Covid migrant claims
The Home Office tweeted Mr Farage to rubbish his claims that 12 migrants tested positive for Covid-19.
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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta blames ‘insane’ scheduling after Emile Smith Rowe injury at Leicester
Mikel Arteta says the amount of minutes players are being forced to play is “insane” after three players were forced off during Arsenal and Leicester’s match on Sunday.

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Hong Kong police charge dozens of pro-democracy activists with ‘subversion’ under controversial security law
Hong Kong police have charged 47 pro-democracy activists with “subversion” under the territory’s controversial security law.
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Cuomo branded 'monster' by NY Democrat amid sexual harassment claims
New York politicians on both sides of the aisle are speaking out against Governor Andrew Cuomo after he was accused of sexual harassment by a second former aide.
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Mum reveals why she teaches her five daughters that there is no such thing as virginity
'It is a patriarchal concept used to control women and serves no purpose.'
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Rooster With Blade Tied To Its Leg Kills Owner During Illegal Cockfight
An Indian man has died after his rooster slashed him in the groin with a knife tied to its leg during an illegal cockfight.According to police, the bird fluttered in panic and cut its owner, 45-year-old Thangulla Satish, last week.Police inspector B Jeevan said Satish was injured while he prepared the rooster for a fight.“Satish was hit by the rooster’s knife in his groin and started bleeding heavily,” the officer said, adding that the man died on the way to hospital.Jeevan said police filed a case and were looking for more than a dozen people involved in organising the cockfight. If proven guilty, the organisers can be jailed for up to two years.Officer Jeevan said the rooster was brought to the police station before being taken to a local poultry farm.“We may need to produce it before the court,” he said.Images of the rooster tied with a rope and pecking on grains at the police station were widely viewed on social media.The incident occurred in Lothunur village in Telangana state and brings into a practice that continues in some Indian states despite a decades-old ban.Cockfights are common in the southern Indian states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka despite a countrywide ban imposed in 1960.Animal rights activists have for long been calling to control the illegal practice, which is mainly organised as part of local Hindu festivals usually attended by hundreds of people, though the crowds sometimes swell to thousands.The cockfights are often held under the watch of powerful local politicians and involve large sums of betting money.Last year, a man was killed when a blade attached to his bird’s leg hit him in the neck during a cockfight in Andhra Pradesh.In 2010, a rooster killed its owner by slashing his jugular vein in West Bengal state.According to police, the rooster involved in last week’s incident was among many other roosters prepared for the cockfight betting festival in Lothunur village.As the practice goes, a knife, blade or other sharp-edged weapon is tied to the leg of a bird to harm its rival.Such fights continue until one contestant is either dead or flees, declaring the other rooster the winner.Related...Attenborough Warns UN 2021 Is Last Chance To Save Planet From 'Runaway' Climate ChangeUp To 150 Feared Dead After Glacier Breaks Off And Floods Indian Valley
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YouTube star Grace Helbig announces engagement: ‘This is wild’
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Daredevil parachute instructor who taught Tom Cruise to skydive has camper van stolen
Sian Stokes, from East Bridgford, Nottingham, said her grey Ford custom camper - which had 'literally our whole life in' - was nicked on Wednesday night.
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Merkel dubbed 'most expensive Chancellor' as recovery fund torn to shreds by MEP
ANGELA MERKEL has been dubbed "the most expensive Chancellor in history" by German MEP Gunnar Beck in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk on the recovery fund.
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Melinda Messenger on the times she was chatted up by both Spider-Man and Batman
Spider-Man hunk Tobey Maguire and Batman star Val Kilmer both tried their luck with beauty Melinda Messenger in the past but she was hanging on for Iron Man Robert Downey Jr
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Wales eases lockdown rules allowing households with babies to bubble up
It is hoped that the move will aid babies' development.
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Meghan and Prince Harry unveil major overhaul to Archewell website – Diana's photo removed
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have removed a picture of Princess Diana as they updated their Archewell website.
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Covid vaccine: More than 20 million people in UK have now received first dose
More than 20 million people in the UK have now received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, the health secretary has said.
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Chris Sutton sends message to the next Celtic manager: ‘God help him’
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's VERY tangled love life 
From a daughter of RFK, a celebrity chef and his swooning 'Cuomosexuals', the love life of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has long been tangled and, at times, down-right cringe-worthy.
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More than 20 million people have received a coronavirus vaccine in the UK
More than 20 million people in the UK have now been given their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the Government has said.
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Pupils' families in England to be tested for Covid twice a week
Free rapid tests to be provided to households under plans to reopen schools from 8 MarchCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFamilies with children in school or college will be able to test themselves for coronavirus twice a week from home under plans for schools to safely reopen in England from 8 March.Free tests will be provided to pupils’ households, as well as those in their childcare or support bubbles, regardless of whether anyone has symptoms, the government said on Sunday. Continue reading...
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Three more people have died with Covid-19 in Greater Manchester's hospitals
The region's hospital death toll has now reached 5,605, the latest NHS figures show
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Man United fans praise 'unique' Facundo Pellistri after display vs Osasuna
Facundo Pellistri is spending the second half of the season on loan at Deportivo Alaves from Man Utd.
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More than 20MILLION have now received their first Covid jab
More than 20 million people in the UK have now been given their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the Government has said.
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Everything that’s wrong with Budget pledge to bring back 95% mortgages
A new mortgage guarantee scheme in the 2021 Budget will bring back 95% deals - but it could push up house prices and make things harder in the long run
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Roy Keane and Jamie Redknapp embroiled in explosive row on Sky Sports
The two pundits tore into each other on a number of topics ahead of Tottenham's clash with Burnley on Sunday
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