Scholes' ruthless assessment of Arsenal after goalless Man Utd draw

Arsenal hosted Manchester United at the Emirates on Sunday in what turned out to be a bore draw with neither side impressing
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How to show your love in a Mother’s Day card, as study finds three in four find it hard to do
There's been a 45% uplift in writing to friends and family during the pandemic.
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The data is clear: gender diversity in the workplace is better for the environment
Female leadership in international, national and local climate policy-making is vital, so let’s make it happen
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Video shows five officers beating cornered Hong Kong protester
Police say they were using ‘necessary force’ to arrest man
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Women must not be sidelined in climate crisis talks, says scientist Katharine Hayhoe
The Independent speaks to Prof Hayhoe as she is appointed chief scientist of the Nature Conservancy, one of the world’s largest environmental organisations
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AEW Revolution 2021 preview: UK start time, matches, live stream and more
It's poised to be an historic night.
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Meghan’s friend says she’s been ‘vilified’ by royals in ‘full scale takedown’
American broadcaster Gayle King defended the Duchess of Sussex on her radio show as she insisted the 39-year-old was not a ‘mean girl who mistreated staff’.
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Harry and Meghan ‘could be stripped of Duke and Duchess titles’ after Oprah interview
Officials have warned that 'nothing is off the table'.
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BBC TV licence backlash: Humiliating survey shames corporation as 'too woke and expensive'
THE BBC has been shamed by a humiliating poll, which revealed most people think the corporation is bad value - with a sizeable portion also saying it was "too woke".
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Sheffield United: Some players ‘need to go’, says Chris Wilder after Southampton loss
Blades are bottom of the Premier League, with their manager’s long-term future uncertain
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WandaVision: What happens in the season finale post-credits scenes?
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Williamson: NHS 1% pay rise marks period of restraint for public sector
The wage proposal has sparked talk of industrial action, with demonstrations planned on Sunday.
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Arsenal keep or sell: How Gunners could look in 2021/22 amid talk of rebuilding
Mikel Arteta has a huge rebuilding job on his hands this summer to arrest Arsenal's slide down the table, with the Gunners dropping more points at Burnley on Saturday
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West Brom v Newcastle: Premier League – live!
Minute-by-minute report of the early kick-off at the HawthornsPremier League ‘trying to relegate’ West Brom, says AllardyceEmail simon.burnton@theguardian.com | Tweet @Simon_Burnton 11.04am GMT The teams are in! West Brom stick with the side that lost to Everton on Thursday while Newcastle make three changes: Lewis, Almiron and Saint-Maximin are out; Dummett, Fraser and Hendrick are in.West Brom: Johnstone, Furlong, O’Shea, Bartley, Townsend, Yokuslu, Matheus Pereira, Gallagher, Maitland-Niles, Phillips, Diagne. Subs: Robson-Kanu, Ajayi, Robinson, Livermore, Sawyers, Peltier, Snodgrass, Button, Ahearne-Grant.Newcastle: Dubravka, Krafth, Lascelles, Clark, Dummett, Hendrick, Shelvey, Hayden, Willock, Joelinton, Fraser. Subs: Carroll, Ritchie, Gayle, Lewis, Fernandez, Manquillo, Murphy, Darlow, Sean Longstaff.Referee: Martin Atkinson. Team news is in at The Hawthorns. We’re unchanged for today’s clash with @NUFC. COYB! ⚪️@MonsterEnergy | #WBANEW TEAM-NEWS HWTL! ⚫️⚪️ 10.23am GMT Hello world!What a day this is for Newcastle, what a moment. Sure, they are 17th and have impressed few people this season, but today, right now, right here, they have an opportunity to leave a difficult week emphatically behind them and extend their lead over 19th-placed West Bromwich Albion from nine points to 12, with 10 games remaining, and effectively leave themselves with only one relegation place still to worry about. Steve Bruce said this week that his team “will do our utmost to get out of the trouble, unfortunately, we’re in”, and that means perform, today. Continue reading...
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Longer school days and shorter holidays being considered by the government, Gavin Williamson says
The Education Secretary said a five-term year was under consideration.
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Beauty spot hit by illegal rave as lockdown breakers descend
"The area is littered with bottles, NO2 capsules and rubbish," said police
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What time does Meghan and Harry’s Oprah interview start and what channel is it on?
In the first section of the interview, celebrity royalty Oprah Winfrey will interview Meghan. They will later be joined by Harry.
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Drag Race UK’s A’Whora Reveals Her Nan Forced BBC To Censor Filthy Joke About Her
Drag Race UK queen A’Whora has revealed the real reason why part of her stand-up comedy routine on the latest episode of the BBC Three show was bleeped out.The quarter-final of the drag competition saw the five remaining queens competing in a stand-up challenge, in which they had to impress RuPaul, Michelle Visage, Alan Carr and guest panellist Dawn French with their comedy chops. However, A’Whora’s off-colour material left the judges stunned, with BBC bosses bleeping out one joke about her nan, leaving many fans wondering what on earth it was she’d said (you can find exactly what here). During an interview on Attitude’s Tea Time, the 24-year-old revealed it was actually her nan who insisted the joke was bleeped out and not the BBC.Asked whether her raunchy comedy routine had received the seal of approval from her grandmother, A’Whora admitted: “That’s the reason they beeped it!“My nan called them up and said ‘I don’t want those jokes going out on air’.“Obviously production have to authorise things with people, just if you’re mentioning their name and stuff, so she said ’Look, these things didn’t happen so I don’t want them on there!”She added: “She said ‘I will sue!’”Ultimately, A’Whora’s routine wasn’t enough to save her from being sent home after she wound up in the bottom two, lip syncing against close friend Tayce. Following her elimination, A’Whora also insisted she did not harbour ill feeling towards fellow contestant Ellie Diamond, following a row between them in this week’s episode. She tweeted: “Oh and just to confirm, me and @elliediamond101 held hands in untucked as she cried and we talked it though, we FaceTime nearly every single day! There’s no beef, we are weirdly now best-friends and take shits on camera together lol.”RuPaul’s Drag Race continues next Thursday, with the new episode available to stream on BBC Three from 7pm.READ MORE:RuPaul's Drag Race Is Finally Getting The Eurovision-Style Spin-Off It DeservesDrag Race's Tina Burner Reveals Judgement She Faced During Graham Norton RomanceBBC Three Is Returning To Our TV Screens After A String Of Recent Hit Shows
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Reopening of bereaved payments scheme welcomed
The scheme applies to individuals who have lost a parent, spouse/partner, and/or a child in Northern Ireland’s Troubles.
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Minari director Lee Isaac Chung: 'My friends back in Arkansas are the audience I wanted to connect with'
The film-maker on how his rural childhood inspired the Golden Globe-winning Minari, now a strong contender for an Academy AwardOenanthe javanica, AKA water celery or Japanese parsley, is a herb used in various Asian cuisines; in Korea it’s known as minari. “It’s the type of plant you put into food to provide a little bit more of a kick,” says Korean-American film-maker Lee Isaac Chung. Chung didn’t like it himself as a child, but his grandmother planted it on the Arkansas farm where the director grew up, and Minari is now the title of his new feature – a fictionalised evocation of his childhood.The herb is known for flourishing where other plants struggle – making Minari a suitable name for a story about the fight to put down roots, as Chung’s family did when they arrived in Arkansas in the 1970s. Seen through the eyes of seven-year-old David Yi, Minari is a lyrical, often droll story about family ties, cultural identity and the problems kids might have with a grandmother they love, but who can be weird and embarrassing, too. Minari won the grand jury prize and the audience award in Sundance last year, and last week won best foreign language film at the Golden Globes, with Oscar hopes ahead. Continue reading...
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Raya and the Last Dragon review – dazzling Disney animation
A sword-wielding princess is tasked with uniting a divided kingdom in a buoyant tale starring Awkwafina’s goofy dragonDisney’s latest offering casts Star Wars’ Kelly Marie Tran as the voice of its south-east Asian princess protagonist, the sword-wielding Raya. Her mission is to unite all five pieces of a broken gem containing dragon magic, as well as the fictional Kumandra’s divided regions, in order to defeat a swirling purple plague called the Druun. There is an incandescence and a buoyancy to the animation that elevates the formula. Husky-voiced comedian Awkwafina (The Farewell, Crazy Rich Asians) is captivating as cuddly water dragon Sisu, her goofy earnestness in the same league as Eddie Murphy’s Mushu or Robin Williams’s Genie.• On Disney+ Continue reading...
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Widow sues NHS over deaf husband's 'diabolical' care
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals trust is to review case of Ronnie Kelly, whose daughter was asked to translate his terminal diagnosis in sign languageA woman is taking legal action against an NHS trust over the “diabolical” and discriminatory treatment of her profoundly deaf husband, who died of cancer in May last year.Susan Kelly, who is also deaf, is angry that her husband, Ronnie, was at no point during two hospital admissions and an outpatient appointment provided with a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter. Instead, her hearing daughter, Annie Hadfield, was asked to translate his terminal diagnosis, when he was told to “get his affairs in order” and given between two weeks and two months to live, while his wife was left outside the room. He died just over two weeks later at home. Continue reading...
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Toronto lockdown brings humans and raccoons together – neither's happy
Raccoon attacks on residents are up 62% as some people act ‘foolish’ but others are enjoying seeing their furry neighboursDisrupted sleeping schedules, noisy neighbours and a world that looks unrecognizable: the coronavirus pandemic has been tough for Toronto’s raccoons.And with a lockdown keeping human residents at home in Canada’s largest city, dangerous interactions with Toronto’s infamous urban critters are also increasing. Continue reading...
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'A rising from the ashes': seeds of hope in San Francisco after tragic year for the most vulnerable
In the first US city to go into lockdown, marginalized communities were devastated by the pandemic. But some see opportunity aheadNearly a year ago, the San Francisco Bay Area imposed the country’s first lockdown, an early response that set the tone throughout the pandemic. As a result, San Francisco has had some of the lowest case and death rates in the country.But today, the city is reckoning with a more complicated loss – the businesses that closed and never reopened, the residents who fled, the loss of of cultural institutions that served as safe spaces for marginalized communities. Continue reading...
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Kate vs Meghan: What Kate REALLY thought of Meghan Markle - was there a feud?
KATE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, were reportedly at the centre of royal rift speculation, but was there really a feud?
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Deliveroo will reward most loyal riders with £10,000 bonus as unions warn gesture is 'PR stunt'
Deliveroo announced the 'thank you' fund will launch with its stock market flotation and riders will be eligible for a range of payments from £10,000 to £200 as part of £16million fund.
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Government defends NHS staff's 1% pay rise with U-turn unlikely
The government faces fresh warnings from health unions of an NHS staff 'exodus'
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Kathryn Hahn cannot deal with ‘bonkers’ success of WandaVision’s Agatha All Along
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Longer school day could help pupils catch up after Covid, Gavin Williamson suggests
But expert warns idea could backfire
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Rapper Chucky Trill shot dead aged 33 in Georgia highway attack
Corey Detiege, better known as Chucky Trill to his fans, was shot dead in a drive-by on a motorway at around 3am on Friday morning
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Bruno Fernandes discusses friendship with Man City stars
Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes will come up against several international teammates in Sunday's derby against Man City.
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Body modification-obsessed dad spends £4k to get beads implanted into his penis
'Although I won't receive any pleasure from the genital beading, my partner will.'
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The cheapest and most expensive homes sold in Wigan in 2020
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Caroline Flack’s mother and sister reveal late star had long history of mental health struggles
Family members of Love Island presenter feature in new ITV documentary about her life and death
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Port Salford is part of the Liverpool City Region's new Freeport
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Pundits split in predictions ahead of Man City vs Manchester United
Manchester City will be looking to take one step closer to the Premier League title this weekend as they host neighbours Man United at the Etihad Stadium.
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Vive la Commune? The working-class insurrection that shook the world
As Paris prepares to commemorate the 150th anniversary, the communards’ vision of a new form of radical democracy is once again dividing FranceA couple of years ago, as railway workers demonstrated in Paris against proposed government reforms, a banner in the crowd offered a blast from France’s revolutionary past: “We don’t care about May ’68,” read its slogan. “We want 1871.”It was a message that the protesters meant business. These days, the students’ revolt of 1968, and its injunctions to “Be realistic … demand the impossible”, are remembered with fond nostalgia. But in the annals of French revolutionary upheavals, the memory of the Paris Commune of 1871 and its bloody barricades has a darker, edgier status. “Unlike 1789, the Commune was never truly integrated into the national story,” says Mathilde Larrère, a historian specialising in the radical movements of 19th-century France. Wild, anarchic and dominated by the Parisian poor, the Commune was loathed by the liberal bourgeoisie as well as by the conservatives and monarchists of the right. Its savage suppression by the French army, and its own acts of brutal violence, created wounds that never healed. “The Commune of 1871 didn’t become part of a consensual collective memory,” says Larrère. In respectable society, it was viewed as beyond the pale. Continue reading...
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Doctor warns cockroaches can be found in pre-ground coffee beans
Dr Karan Raj, who lives in the UK, has gone viral on TikTok after posting a video explaining why ground coffee often contains cockroaches and other insects.
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'Covid means all I can smell is rotten egg, rancid fish and sewage'
Reporter Jaymelouise Hudspith has been left unable to smell things normally as a direct result of suffering from 'long Covid' last year
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Roy Hodgson pleased to see Dele Alli back in Tottenham mix: ‘It’s sad when a player like him hits hard times’
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says he is delighted to see Dele Alli back on track at Tottenham - even if his return could spell trouble for the Eagles in this afternoon’s London derby. 
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Review - What the electric MG 5 estate lacks in luxury it makes up for in price
Mirror Motoring's Colin Goodwin says that in a torrid year for the car industry, MG was the fastest growing car brand - with spectacular sales for good reason
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Queen ‘will not watch Harry and Meghan Oprah interview’
Monarch will ‘ignore’ the ‘circus’ and instead focus on duty and Prince Philip, report suggests
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Brighton ‘sore’ after defeat by Leicester, admits coach Graham Potter
Foxes came from behind to emerge 2-1 winners away from home in the Premier League
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Lucifer’s Lesley-Ann Brandt films last ever scene with Tom Ellis and we’re not ready to say goodbye
The show is wrapping up after season 6.
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Brexit border checks on goods arriving from the EU could be eased
UK Cabinet minister Lord Frost (pictured) is said to be debating whether to bring in 'lighter touch' controls from April 1 and relax full customs checks scheduled for July 1.
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Drones v moths: Dutch startup uses bat-like drones to protect crops
Rapid, ‘artificial predator’ drones intercept moths to sustainably maintain the ecological balance of greenhouses
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Nigel Slater’s recipes for chicken pasta and steamed chocolate pudding
Brighter times are just around the corner, but for now cooking is still all about comfortIt has been a week of comfort eating – the result, no doubt, of a combination of things: lockdown, a hungry gap and damp winter weather. There were no grilled vegetables this week; no bowls of miso soup. Just deep dishes of baked pasta with cream and roast chicken; chicory dressed with blue cheese; even a splendid row of little chocolate puddings with butterscotch sauce. Continue reading...
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Contested grants to hidden cuts: how ‘Scrooge’ Sunak's shine faded
Grants to ministers’ seats and plans to axe spending and lift taxes marred the chancellor’s post-Covid packageRichmond’s cobbled market square is quiet compared to the bustling Saturday mornings of pre-lockdown times, though there is a hubbub of well-heeled retirees bumping into people they know and stopping for a chat.“The jewel in the heart of North Yorkshire, the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales,” is how the town proudly brands itself. Tourism is important here. But even when visitor numbers are badly down, as they are now, there is an air of rural affluence about the place that suggests Richmond will survive hard times far better than most. Continue reading...
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Guardians of UK's literary jewels at risk in V&A plan to cut key library staff
Two-thirds of librarians will lose their jobs in restructuring at London museumThey are guardians of some of the nation’s most valued treasures, including Dickens’s manuscripts, a Shakespeare First Folio and five Leonardo notebooks. But librarians at the National Art Library in the Victoria and Albert Museum are feeling far from valued themselves, as two-thirds of them face losing their jobs.Thirty librarians have been told that their numbers are to be reduced to just 10, as part of a major restructuring at the museum. Continue reading...
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