Noel Gallagher admits it was his actions that really started the bitter Oasis feud

Noel Gallagher has claimed that the start of the demise for Oasis came after he gave away a bag of clothes from Liam's fashion label before it launched
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Chris Whitty more worried about Delta than new Omicron variant
'There's an awful lot we don't know and I think it's probably not terribly helpful to speculate.'
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Was new variant named Omicron to avoid angering China?
The WHO's decision to name the variant from southern Africa 'Omicron' has sparked speculation that the WHO deliberately skipped over 'Xi' to avoid angering the President of China, Xi Jinping.
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Antonio Conte laughs off suggestions he has to spend big to win trophies
The Tottenham manager takes his side to Burnley still smarting from a Europa Conference League defeat to Slovenian minnows NS Mura.
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Man manages to eat entire McDonald's 9,600-calorie Christmas menu in one sitting
Kyle Gibson, 23, has eaten his way through the full Five Guys and KFC menu, as well as items from Lidl's bakery section - and now he has demolished the entire McDonald’s Christmas menu
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Kanye West causes commotion at L.A. Lakers game after revealing hope for Kim Kardashian reconciliation
Fans were delighted.
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Maro Itoje has ALWAYS been a very important leader here, insist Saracens
Saracens v Sale, StoneX Stadium, tomorrow 3pm: Backing for England star from his London club
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Football fans hauled before judge after mass brawl erupts between Manchester United and City fans in Northern Quarter bar
The ugly incident followed a League Cup semi final between the two Manchester clubs
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Ralf Rangnick could face same problem at Manchester United that Jurgen Klopp had at Liverpool FC
Rangnick could be forced to adapt his pressing game at Man Utd due to the demands of the Premier League.
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Arsenal v Newcastle: Premier League – live!
Updates from the 12.30pm GMT kick-off at the EmiratesPremier League: 10 things to look out for this weekendGet in touch! You can email Scott hereJust one change for Arsenal from the 4-0 thumping by Liverpool. Martin Odegaard comes in for the benched Alexandre Lacazette. No starting spot for Kieran Tierney as he returns from injury, so Nuno Tavares, who had an absolute shocker at Anfield, retains his place.Newcastle United make three changes to the side that drew 3-3 with Brentford last week. Martin Dubravka replaces Karl Darlow in goal, while Emil Krafth and Ryan Fraser replace Ciaran Clark and Jacob Murphy, who both drop to the bench. Continue reading...
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Ralf Rangnick to set Cristiano Ronaldo 'training test' to see if he makes his Man Utd XI
Ralf Rangnick is famous for his demanding gegenpressing philosophy which will push Cristiano Ronaldo and his Manchester United teammates to their physical limits
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Omicron variant map: The seven countries where new Covid strain has been identified
COVID cases globally could be at risk of rising as a new variant with an ‘increased reinfection risk' begins to emerge.
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Arsenal XI vs Newcastle: Confirmed lineup, team news and injury latest for Premier League today
Arsenal take on Newcastle this lunchtime with Martin Odegaard back in the line-up.
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England v Austria: Women’s World Cup qualifier – live!
Follow the 12.30pm GMT kick-off at the Stadium of LightDefence, laughter and records: key England talking pointsGet in touch! You can email Luke here or tweet himEngland have cruised through World Cup qualifying thus far, winning 8-0 against North Macedonia, 10-0 against Luxembourg, 4-0 against Northern Ireland and 10-0 against Latvia. Today’s home encounter against Austria in Sunderland doesn’t look so straightforward: the visitors have won three out of four, along with a draw against Northern Ireland, scoring 21 goals and conceding three.This is a proper test, then, against a side who would go top of Group D with a victory. But England won’t be lacking motivation, particularly Ellen White, the clinical finisher who plays her 100th match for her country at the Stadium of Light today. As well as becoming a cap centurion, White is now just two goals behind Kelly Smith’s all-time England scoring record of 46, although a goal-fest today seems unlikely given the calibre of the opponent. Continue reading...
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Fears over Covid variant trigger more travel curbs on southern Africa
United States, Brazil, Canada, Australia and EU nations have announced travel bans or restrictions
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Who is Simon Gregson? Coronation Street star and I'm A Celebrity campmate
Coronation Street actor Simon Gregson only entered the Welsh Castle a few days ago - and he's loving life as one of the Lords of the castle
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Leonard Bernstein never liked the celebrated film version of West Side Story: ‘It became an albatross around his neck’
'He had to work all the harder to get people to focus on his other works, especially his symphonic works.'
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SAGE scientist says Omicron variant is 'NOT a disaster'
Sage adviser Professor Calum Semple today urged calm over the so-called 'Omicron' mutation, saying it is 'not a disaster' and suggesting some people may be 'hugely overstating the situation'.
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Lululemon Black Friday sale 2021: The best leggings deals we’ve found
The ultimate fit kit staple just had a price cut
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Susanna Reid speaks out about her near-death encounter after being mugged in the street
The GMB presenter, 50, revealed that when she was on a night out 25 years ago, a man with a knife tried to mug her, and when he fled she discovered a knife slash 'across her body.'
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Eddie Hearn in the dark over MMA-boxing hybrid as Kubrat Pulev faces ex-UFC star
Hearn will stage the world lightweight title fight between Teofimo Lopez and George Kambosos Jr that Triller initially bought, while the streaming platform will debut their new Triad Combat
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Coleen Rooney 'will do whatever it takes to win legal battle against Rebekah Vardy'
The WAG, 35, reportedly as 'zero intentions' in backing down amid her ongoing legal battle against Rebekah Vardy and will do 'whatever it takes' to win.
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Intruder reaches walls of I’m a Celebrity castle in north Wales
Trespasser latest headache for producers after Storm Arwen hits and Richard Madeley is taken to hospitalAn intruder managed to make their way on to the set of I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! earlier this week after a security breach, ITV has said.It adds to a cocktail of events connected to the show, as the person was removed with “immediate effect” in the days before adverse weather conditions hit north Wales. Continue reading...
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Serial burglar who posed as a police officer to rob elderly is jailed
A serial burglar has been jailed after he gained entry into a dozen vulnerable and elderly people’s homes by tricking them into believing he was a police officer.
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Humza Yousaf: My mother asked if Cabinet promotion was due to ‘annoying Nicola’
The Health Secretary was speaking at a fringe event at the SNP conference.
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Nadine Dorries faces fury for dismissing Tory MP's Stanley Johnson 'grope' claim
Caroline Nokes, who first made allegations of inappropriate touching against the Prime Minister's father said she was disappointed that Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries had chosen to "denounce me in this way"
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Tranmere and Bangor races first fixtures to fall victim to Storm Arwen
Storm Arwen battered parts of the UK on Friday and Saturday.
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Apple Watch Black Friday deals 2021: Save £90 on the series 6 smartwatch
Stop what you’re doing, the wearable has a whopping discount today
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Algerians hold local elections amid anger over rising prices
Algerians are voting Saturday to elect their mayors and regional leaders amid widespread worry and frustration over rising prices for basic goods
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Security minister criticises French claim it’s too ‘difficult’ to patrol long coastline for refugee boats
‘We can’t just say it’s difficult because it’s hundreds of miles of coastline – we have to do what’s necessary’
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UK-France relations are ‘strong’, says minister despite Channel crossings row
Damian Hinds defended the Prime Minister’s controversial letter to French President Emmanuel Macron.
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Arsenal vs Newcastle LIVE: Premier League team news, line-ups and more today
Follow all the action from the Emirates as Eddie Howe
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Strictly judge Shirley Ballas reveals kidneys are cancer free after 'weeks of anxiety'
Strictly Come Dancing's Shirley Ballas gave her Instagram followers the news that the shadow on her kidney had been given the "all clear" and she felt like she "can now breathe"
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61 passengers from South Africa arrive in Amsterdam with Covid
Sixty-one travellers who flew into Amsterdam from South Africa on Friday have tested positive for Covid-19, official have confirmed.
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Wilfred Ndidi thanks Claudio Ranieri for ‘fantastic’ Leicester move
Ndidi was the final signing as Leicester manager for Ranieri, who returns as Watford boss this weekend.
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Woman, 22, 'broken' after being trapped in cellar and raped in horrific six-hour ordeal
The couple have since been jailed for their horrendous crimes and Colleen Smith, 22, has decided to waive her anonymity to encourage other victims to seek help
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Bolton Wanderers vs Cheltenham Town LIVE: Early team news, build-up, match action and reaction
All the updates from the clash at the University of Bolton Stadium
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Ralf Rangnick's consultant role can help Manchester United solve eight-year transfer problem
Experienced German coach Ralf Rangnick will bring more than just coaching skills and on-field instructions to Manchester United.
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Storm Arwen: two people killed after winds of almost 100mph hit UK
Tens of thousands of homes left without electricity, with yellow weather warnings still in place for many regionsTwo people have died after being hit by falling trees as Storm Arwen brought winds of almost 100mph to parts of the UK overnight.A headteacher in Northern Ireland died after a tree fell on his car, and another man was hit by a falling tree in Cumbria. Continue reading...
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Sheridan Smith has ‘backstage row’ after growing ‘upset’ while filming latest episode of Jonathan Ross Show
It’s claimed Smith ‘felt she had not been treated with kindness’
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Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale throws down gauntlet to Cristiano Ronaldo amid Man Utd chaos
Cristiano Ronaldo has struck 10 goals in all competitions for Manchester United and Aaron Ramsdale wants the Portuguese in his best form when the pair meet in December
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'My husband doesn't like being a dad - he wants to see the kids once a month'
A woman asked for advice online after her husband admitted that he wanted to leave her and their children, as he's decided that he would like more freedom than he currently has
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Seesaw by Timothy Ogene review – adventures in cultural expectations
This satire on stereotyping explores US academia through the eyes of a visiting Nigerian scholarTimothy Ogene’s Seesaw is a refreshing look at aspects of American culture and politics through the eyes of a Nigerian scholar visiting Boston. The writing fellowship he takes up at William Blake College – not the poet, but a 17th-century merchant “whose other ventures in human cargo are well documented” – is for emerging writers, particularly international ones. It’s a chance for Frank Jasper to travel, to network, to write a second novel and to really kickstart his career. At the moment he works nine to five in a government post office in Port Jumbo, a fictional oil city in south-eastern Nigeria modelled on Port Harcourt. Some of the best descriptive passages in the book show the rundown sections of the city, contrasted with the opulent quarters where expatriates and rich Nigerians live. Jasper’s first novel, The Day They Came for Dan, had only a 50-copy run and is described by him as “poorly edited and lacking in punctuation and filled with typos”. But luckily for Jasper, the book fell into the hands of a visiting American woman, a former Fulbright fellow; it is she who suggests the fellowship to Jasper.This is an opportunity most young writers from a developing country would die for, but Jasper doesn’t go to Boston willingly. He describes himself as a “recovering writer”, after the underwhelming performance of his first book. Once in Boston, he refuses to write or participate in obligatory fellowship activities. He spends most of his time making fun of his co‑participants, particularly those from the global south: for the “ethnic” clothes they wear, or their accents, or their mindless spouting of academic jargon in an attempt to appear impressive. Continue reading...
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‘They’re enjoying themselves a bit too much!’: the steel band leader getting Stockport dancing
Janice Turley has led the band of visually impaired players for 10 years – for free. The Guardian Angel helps her repair a beloved childhood toyWhen Janice Turley was 39, she was focused on her career as a teacher – perhaps a little too focused. She’d retrained after bringing up her children and was in her second year as a primary school teacher in Hulme, Manchester. Often she’d put in 70-hour weeks. One of the school governors said she needed a night off.The governor took Turley to see a steel band at a local school. It was taught by British-Trinidadian musician Arthur Culpeper, one of the pioneers of steel band music in the UK. The room was big and draughty, but the atmosphere was brilliant. “There was a chattery buzz,” says Turley. Learning to play steel pan was addictive. Culpeper was gentle and patient with newcomers. “Arthur stuck me on the bass,” Turley remembers, “I never looked back.” Continue reading...
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Top 10 British cottages for a cosy winter break
From 17th-century Cornish hideaways to Cumbrian stone barns, we pick gorgeous places to snuggle up this season – all set in lovely countrysideThis traditional stone cottage has been beautifully restored in a modern-meets-rustic style. The open-plan ground floor has wooden floors, beams and an inglenook fireplace with a woodburner. Upstairs are two bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and a bathroom with a walk-in shower. There are deep windowsills with sheepskin rugs and cushions, and lots of artworks and houseplants. Guests can defy the winter and head outside to cook in the pizza oven, sit around the firepit or soak in the hot tub. There is a horse-riding centre nearby and plenty of walking and cycling routes.From £595 a week, sleeps four, coolstays.com Continue reading...
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In the 1950s, rather than integrate some public schools, Virginia closed them
The state’s policy of ‘Massive Resistance’ exemplifies the incendiary combination of race and education in the USNot long after Patricia Turner and a handful of Black students desegregated Norview junior high school in Norfolk, Virginia, she realized a big difference between her new white school and her former Black school. That February of 1959, she didn’t have to wear a coat in class to stay warm, because Norview was heated.She hadn’t noticed the difference earlier because of the steady volley of racism directed at her, Turner said. A teacher put her papers in a separate box and returned them wearing rubber gloves. (He later wrote her an apology letter.) And her fellow students spat on her.A crowd gathers for an NAACP rally in May 1961 at the Prince Edward county courthouse in Farmville, Virginia, marking the seventh anniversary of the supreme court’s school desegregation ruling. Continue reading...
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Strictly's Dan Walker dealt devastating blow by Janette Manrara ahead of notorious Rumba
Strictly's Dan Walker is dancing the notoriously difficult Rumba on Saturday - and It Takes Two host Janette Manrara may have dashed his hopes of staying another week as she revealed the routine is all but cursed
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic proved wrong about Guardiola by Man City stars who Raheem Sterling can copy
Pep Guardiola was once cast as a cold and uncaring coach but his concerns over the welfare of his City players is reaping rewards.
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Ex-Trump adviser Steve Cortes is out of right-wing channel Newsmax for refusing to take vaccine, report says
The former Trump adviser had earlier tweeted he would not comply with any organisation’s vaccine mandate
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