Patrick Vieira outlines Ralf Rangnick impact during Manchester United victory

The former Arsenal midfielder explains how Ralf Rangnick changed his thinking for the Man United game.
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BBC licence fee could remain for YEARS after Nadine Dorries hints at major U-turn
CULTURE SECRETARY Nadine Dorries appeared to water down her plans to scrap the BBC licence fee today, only committing to a "review" of the funding model.
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WWE confirms Saudi Arabia Elimination Chamber event: Date, venue and more details
The show is moving countries!
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‘The end is in sight!’ WHO issues extraordinary backing of England as Covid cases fall
COVID cases have plummeted in England resulting in a surprise positive statement from the World Health Organisation announcing that the end of the pandemic "is in sight".
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Senior Met police officers sacked for ‘appalling’ treatment of junior staff
Chief Superintendent Paul Martin allegedly misused credit card and mistreated pregnant colleague
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The working from home essentials you need, according to the IndyBest team
Struggling as we approach the two-year mark? These products should keep things a little more bearable
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Australian Open 2022: When is Emma Raducanu’s match against Sloane Stephens? Start time, TV and live stream
British No1 Emma Raducanu is due to take part in her first Grand Slam tournament since her historic US Open win last year.
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Brexit fury: Truss urged to invoke Article 16 NOW and escape 'desperate EU chancers'
LIZ TRUSS has been warned she must invoke Article 16 now to escape pointless negotiations with the European Union, as the bloc's bureaucrats have been labelled "desperate chancers with a punishment agenda".
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OPINION - The Leader podcast: WFH - Is it time to welcome workers back?
Warning of ‘mass extinction' of businesses in London
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Minecraft is new UK number one as Nintendo dominates – Games charts 15 January
Four out of the five top-selling games in the UK last week are Nintendo Switch titles, but the number one is by Microsoft not Nintendo.
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'My dad abandoned us when I was 13 - now he's demanding a share of my inheritance'
A woman has suddenly found herself very wealthy after her grandma passed away and left her everything - now her dad who abandoned her claims he deserves a share
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Joint Chiefs Chairman Milley tests positive for COVID-19
The Joint Chiefs of Staff says Chairman Gen. Mark Milley has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing very minor symptoms
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Tiredness has damaged ability to treat patients, doctors say
A survey by the Medical Defence Union found that the Covid pandemic had worsened sleep deprivation and pressure among healthcare workers.
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Tiredness has damaged ability to treat patients, doctors say
A survey by the Medical Defence Union found that the Covid pandemic had worsened sleep deprivation and pressure among healthcare workers.
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Owners of four-star bed and breakfast in Edinburgh turn guest room into sanctuary for kittens
Olga Cran, 62, (pictured) and her husband Alan, 66, turned one of their plush £79-a-night rooms at the Averon Guest House, Edinburgh, into a sanctuary for rescued kittens.
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Priti Patel ambushed on Tory Zoom call by campaigners against her anti-protest law
New Deal Rising staged their Zoom protest in a call for Tory activists hosted by MP Elliot Colburn - who moaned: "I have no idea how these lefties got into the call"
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Met Police officer admits sending sexual messages to boy, 15
PC Will Scott-Barrett, 33, admitted one charge of sexual communication with a child.
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BREAKING: Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte purse bids delayed for second time amid WBC row
Fury has been ordered to face Whyte in his second defence of his world title - but his British rival is currently engaged in a legal row with the WBC
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Emma original pillow review: Spectacular support for front, side and back snoozers
 Could this memory foam pillow finally put our neck pain to bed? We hit the hay to find out
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Seeing 1,000 glorious fin whales back from near extinction is a rare glimmer of hope | Philip Hoare
Whales still face many threats, mostly from us, so let us savour this rare congregation of them in the Antarctic PeninsulaGood news doesn’t get any more in-your-face than this. One thousand fin whales, one of the world’s biggest animals, were seen last week swimming in the same seas in which they were driven to near-extinction last century due to whaling. It’s like humans never happened.This vast assembly was spread over a five-mile-wide area between the South Orkney islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. A single whale is stupendous; imagine 1,000 of them, their misty forest of spouts, as tall as pine trees, the plosive sound of their blows, their hot breath condensing in the icy air. Their sharp dorsal fins and steel-grey bodies slide through the waves like a whale ballet, choreographed at the extreme south of our planet. Continue reading...
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How the world's richest are spending their billions post-Covid
As travel restrictions relax, the world's richest are able to enjoy their wealth, with exotic getaways in luxury homes. FEMAIL reveals how the richest are spending their billions
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27,000 fewer deaths each year from cold as climate warms, ONS estimates
But there was a net increase in hospital admissions linked with warmer weather.
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27,000 fewer deaths each year from cold as climate warms, ONS estimates
But there was a net increase in hospital admissions linked with warmer weather.
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Boots announces big changes to Advantage Card club - and it means more discounts
Boots' loyalty scheme is called the Advantage Card and now shoppers can get exclusive discounts on certain goods, including on brands such as No7 and L'Oréal Paris
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Michael B Jordan says Denzel Washington helped him direct Creed III
‘Creed III’ will mark Jordan’s directorial debut
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Naomi Osaka urges reporters to 'ask a men's player' in response to Novak Djokovic drama
Naomi Osaka was left unimpressed after being asked her thoughts on Novak Djokovic by reporters after her first-round win over Camila Osorio at the Australian Open
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Gal Gadot allegations were ’misunderstanding’ as ‘English is not her first language’, says Joss Whdon
‘Justice League’ director has remained silent over accusations – until now
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Cremated remains of 90 people found in Ohio church where pastor was arrested for mishandling dead bodies
Grim discovery made at the abandoned Greater Faith Missionary Baptist Church in Akron months after arrest of senior pastor Shawnte Hardin
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Heritage group joins fight against plans to relocate Stockport Central Library from Grade II listed building
"Now is the moment for Stockport Council to show it is serious about heritage by refurbishing the Central Library as a symbol of the city’s regeneration."
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'Do the right thing' - Manchester United fans split over John McGinn transfer rumours
The Aston Villa midfielder has been linked with a move to Old Trafford in the summer, although fans aren't convinced over the fee being touted.
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DAN WOOTTON: Prince Harry's demands for police protection show he is regretting quitting
In public, the Sussexes are forever banging on about their love for the Queen, but their woolly words are never followed up by good deeds, writes DAN WOOTTON.
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Geology: Earth's interior is cooling faster than expected, study suggests 
The thermal properties of bridgmanite, the primary mineral that makes up the boundary between Earth's mantle and outer core, were studied by researchers from ETH Zürich.
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Breast cancer drugs cleared for use in Scotland are ‘leap forward’, says charity
Baroness Delyth Morgan, of Breast Cancer Now, said the two drugs brought hope to patients suffering with an incurable form of the disease.
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Government’s attack on the BBC is a threat to our democracy | Letters
Readers defend the national broadcaster against the Conservatives’ plan to abolish the licence feeAs I read Polly Toynbee’s article on the government’s intention to end the BBC’s licence fee (The BBC must defend itself with all its might against this mortal threat, 16 January), I felt a sense of despair rarely experienced in my 70-plus years on this earth. Once again, this government is continuing along the path taken by so many corrupt and failing states by taking away yet another fundamental pillar that helps create a strong democratic society – access to a fair, independent and balanced news media prepared to inform, educate and challenge.This is just one aspect of the government’s wider agenda designed to restrict all that is essential for a robust and healthy democracy. The list is extensive: cronyism through the awarding of contracts without due process; legislation restricting the democratic right to peaceful protest; manipulating voting processes and constituency boundaries for party political gain; the prorogation of parliament to avoid scrutiny and debate; interfering with and undermining the authority of those implementing judicial and disciplinary processes. Continue reading...
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Katy Perry spills on Orlando Bloom’s ‘worst habit’ and, frankly, it’s grim
She's 'done her best' to train him.
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Covid vaccine fears and frustration | Letters
One reader wishes governments would come with a strategy to tackle misinformation, and Dave Green says comparisons between Covid and lifestyle-related health conditions are flawedIn response to the letter by David Green (12 January) and the subsequent one from a mother regarding her unvaccinated autistic son (13 January), I feel both have made very understandable points and it is clear that frustration is the enemy here. We have known about the dangers of misinformation for years, and these are now being felt keenly by the huge numbers choosing not to be vaccinated. Emmanuel Macron’s approach of making life more difficult for the unvaccinated (Report, 4 January) makes my heart sink. Surely that will only feed the misinformation beast and validate the screams of “don’t trust the government”.There is great power in hindsight, of course, but it is apparent that governments had ample warning that misinformation would be a problem for vaccine uptake. It seems that misinformation has been dumped in the “too difficult, with insufficient political gain” box, and we are reaping the consequences. Continue reading...
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Vast 4,500-year-old network of 'funerary avenues discovered in Saudi Arabia
Ancient tombs span large distances in the northwestern Saudi Arabian counties of Al-'Ula and Khaybar, aerial surveys carried out by the University of Western Australia reveal.
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NASA announces asteroid bigger than Burj Khalifa to 'fly past' Earth at 43,000mph tomorrow
A GIANT asteroid bigger than any building on the planet is expected to "fly past" the Earth safely tomorrow, NASA has announced.
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Priti Patel says MI5 warnings about Chinese attempts to influence politics will become 'commonplace'
The Home Secretary addressed the Commons in the wake of the scandal over access given to lawyer Christine Lee, who was last week outed as a Chinese agent.
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Australian Open 2022 schedule: How to watch Emma Raducanu, Andy Murray & Liam Broady on UK TV
Australian Open 2022 order of play, TV channel and live stream details with Emma Raducanu, Andy Murray & Liam Broady among the Brits in action in Melbourne.
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AFTV respond as contributor 'DT' jailed for violent crimes against a woman
Liam Goodenough, commonly known as DT, will not appear on YouTube channel AFTV again after being sent to prison for three years for stalking, assaulting and kidnapping a woman
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Andrew Garfield lied to Emma Stone about his involvement in Spider-Man and she wasn’t happy: ‘You’re a jerk’
He got quite a buzz from it as well.
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Thick fog which could freeze forecast for most of England and east Wales
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog which could freeze in some places and disrupt travel.
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Queen may 'alienate' Prince Harry if he 'continues to act like spoilt child', says expert
The Queen will be "irritated" by Prince Harry's threat to take the Government to court over his security, an expert has claimed.
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Thick fog which could freeze forecast for most of England and east Wales
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog which could freeze in some places and disrupt travel.
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Climate change is sparing 30,000 lives every winter
Icy temperatures lead to many deaths triggered by respiratory illnesses and heart problems. But now that the coldest period of the year is warming up, fewer people are dying from them.
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Top restaurants join £2 ‘Meal for Manchester' campaign to help beat food poverty in the city
Chef Mary-Ellen McTague is behind the initiative
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Man exposes himself during online vigil for Ashling Murphy
The Zoom vigil for the murdered school teacher was hijacked by a man using the name of one of the event organisers.
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England arrange Switzerland friendly on March 26
The Wembley game will be the Three Lions’ first of the World Cup year.
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