Volunteers will be invited to packed football matches and nightclubs for trial
Scientific trials will be held at packed venues including football stadiums, nightclubs and conference centres to work out what testing regimes and safety measures are needed.
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Lady Gaga dognapping ‘could have been politically motivated’ as dogwalker shot
Gaga's dogwalker Ryan Fischer is recovering in hospital after being shot.
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BBC forced to address complaints over ‘rude’ guests after Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt mock Saturday Kitchen Live host
The duo threw the show into chaos last weekend.
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WWE’s King Corbin looks unrecognisable after incredible body transformation with beard and full head of hair
He's put in a lot of hard work!
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Max Clifford boasted in unheard tapes that he was the 'ringmaster' at orgies
Biographer Angela Levin gave documentary-makers 100 hours of unheard interviews with Clifford, which she taped in 2004 before he was arrested and later jailed for sexual abuse.
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Prince Philip latest: Prince Harry opens up grandfather's hilarious Zoom antics
PRINCE PHILIP ends Zoom calls with exactly the sort of brusque, no-nonsense approach one would imagine, Prince Harry has revealed.
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Pets at Home ups profit forecasts after lockdown puppy ‘baby boom’
Pets at Home had investors purring on Friday after it added £8 million to profit forecasts on the back of surging demand from a new wave of animal owners.
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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has successful surgery on groin injury
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has undergone successful surgery on the injury he sustained during last weekend’s Merseyside derby defeat to Everton. 
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A touch of GLASS: Striking, steel-framed window panels are popping up in homes across the country 
Crittall - dramatic, steel-framed walls of glass, dissected by slim bars - is wooing interiors fans looking to add a more edgy, studio feel to their living space, both indoors and out in 2021.
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Liverpool confirm Jordan Henderson has undergone surgery for groin injury
Henderson is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines after limping out of the recent defeat to Everton and now faces a battle to regain fitness before Euro 2020 in the summer
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Canada’s top military officer temporarily steps aside in midst of investigation
Reports surfaced this month that Mr Vance behaved inappropriately with two female subordinates
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Rough sleeping declines across England but charities warn ‘crisis looms’ after Covid
‘If it weren’t for Covid we’d all still be on the streets and there’d be more of us than ever,’ one man tells Sam Hancock
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First travellers leave hotel quarantine at Heathrow airport
One couple went straight to McDonald’s on leaving the hotel
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Tory minister to face no punishment after attacking journalist for doing her job
A complaint against Kemi Badenoch has been dismissed by the Cabinet Office because the tirade came from the Equalities Minister's personal Twitter account
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England’s Six Nations showdown against Wales promises to be a very tight game
The Guinness Six Nations continues tomorrow when England travel to face undefeated Wales in Cardiff.
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Luxury retailer Farfetch reveals huge pandemic boost to revenues as locked-down fashionistas shop online
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Xbox Live was down for hours with gamers unable to play online following huge server outage
The Xbox Series X and Series S consoles were unable to access stores, subscriptions, and cloud gaming
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Corrie spoilers as Yasmeen rushed to hospital after she's haunted by Geoff
Her abusive husband is still harming Yasmeen
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North Korea makes Russian diplomats push themselves out of country using handcar amid Covid restrictions
Russian envoy pushes a trolley for a kilometre across wild terrain to reach his homeland
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Sainsbury's to give all shopfloor staff a pay rise - plus 3% 'thank you' payment
Sainsbury’s is increasing pay for frontline colleagues from March and is awarding them a third one-off payment in special recognition of their incredible efforts to help to feed the nation through the pandemic
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Do homes sell better in Spring? We separate property fact from fiction
Programmes like Homes Under The Hammer and Location, Location, Location have made us all experts or so we think. But are some of our certainties just old wives' tales? We asked the real experts...
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer torn on dream Europa League draw for Manchester United
The draw is on Friday lunchtime
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Sorry, wait, Elmlea Double isn’t actually cream?
Sit down, we need to have a chat about the buttermilk and the creams
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Prince Harry breaks silence on The Crown as he defends Netflix show - 'Obviously fiction!'
PRINCE Harry has defended The Crown, insisting the Netflix royal drama is "obviously fiction".
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hits back at Jamie Redknapp after Mikel Arteta backing
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang roared back to form by scoring twice as Arsenal edged out Benfica in the Europa League, just days after his underwhelming display against Manchester City
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How to care for Devil’s Ivy: watering, repotting and where to position them
Devil’s Ivy may be a climber, but it has roots in the underworld
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Biden news – live: President launches Syria airstrike as McConnell says he would support Trump as 2024 nominee
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Manchester Pride reveals plans for festival return in 2021
The parade, the Gay Village Party and MCR Pride Live are all set to make a return this summer
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Olympians join fellow gymnasts in taking legal action against British Gymnastics over alleged abuse
Athletes have served a Letter Before Action on the sport’s governing body in the UK
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Lady Gaga dognapping: FBI ‘investigating political motives’
Singer’s dogwalker was shot and her two French bulldogs stolen
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5 ways to make a ‘flipping’ profit when fixing up a home to sell
Want to do up a property to sell on for profit? Vicky Shaw seeks some expert tips.
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From Daft Punk and Beyoncé to the Band: the best ever live albums
Can’t get to a gig? No problem. Here’s a collection of classics that evoke the sweaty euphoria of the real thing Stepping into a venue full of sweaty strangers is still a frustratingly distant prospect, so as live music IRL continues to be benched, our only option is to dig into the giddy world of concert albums. Where better to start than with Daft Punk’s relentlessly pumping Parisian electronica party, complete with unbridled whoops of glee and synth singalongs from a rightly jazzed home-town crowd. It’s now tinged with an added wistfulness following this week’s announcement that the pair have split up after 28 years. Continue reading...
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Jeremy Pelt: Griot – This Is Important! review – a jazz album for everyone
(High Note) Storytelling trumpeter Pelt boldly crosses genres and ages with agile contemporary bop, ballads and spoken word passages Jeremy Pelt, a trumpet virtuoso who could have dropped without blinking into classic 1960s Blue Note sessions cut years before he was born, has interlaced his familiar mix of agile contemporary bop and elegant ballads with spoken-word passages on African American jazz life, edited from his own interviews with musicians across the generations. Pelt’s inspiration here is the west African griots’ oral history tradition – but if he has invoked those ancient methods to inspire and inform musicians of colour in 21st-century America, this is nonetheless a jazz album for everyone. Pithy themes and punchy soloing are delivered by Pelt’s quintet, including sometime Robert Glasper bassist Vicente Archer, and fluent young Taiwanese vibraphonist Chien Chien Lu.Octogenarian bassist Paul West tells Pelt that, as a young man seeking guidance from his father, he was advised to “carry Christ wherever you are”. That devout phrase prompts a stately Pelt ballad that soon sheds solemnity as it shifts gears to genre-crossing swing. Underdog spotlights Pelt’s poise on the most devious post-bop rhythmic twists, while Don’t Dog the Source is waywardly Monk-like, driven by drummer Allan Mednard’s chatteringly arrhythmic accents. But the trumpeter’s storytelling powers as a soloist are at their fullest stretch on A Beautiful (Fucking) Lie – a deceptively breezy tune that gathers force, named after singer-songwriter René Marie’s acerbic quote about being taught American patriotism as an African American child raised under the south’s Jim Crow laws. Pelt might have edited his own voice out of his interviews a little more, but this is a bold jazz attempt at bridge-building in a fragmented age. Continue reading...
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Could England be next to take a beating from winning Wales?
By adopting the same risk-adverse strategy that characterised England’s Six Nations win last year, the Welsh are a force to be reckoned with, according to QBE ambassador Lawrence Dallaglio
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Emmerdale spring spoilers: Charity gets worse, secret romances and tragedy ahead for Paul, Vinny and Mandy
We're bringing you everything you need to know on what's happening in the village this spring
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Emmerdale spoilers: Cain is rocked by Moira’s new betrayal
The volatile duo are headed for a new bust-up
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Housing benefit personal allowance to rise in April - what it means for you
The personal allowance, which helps calculate how much housing support families in the UK can claim, is rising from April 12, 2021, the government has confirmed
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Protections against terror attacks to be legally required for public places and venues
Consultation on ‘Protect Duty’ launched after years of campaigning by Manchester Arena bombing victim’s mother
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Toby Flood: Billy Vunipola’s bravery can help England to bin their rubbish form
Eddie Jones' side have made an underwhelming start to this year's tournament.
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Adnan Januzaj sends message to Man United after defeat with Real Sociedad
The former Man Utd man spoke to club media after Real Sociedad's elimination from the Europa League.
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Covid risk higher for South Asian communities despite government drive to address disparities
Disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on ethnic minorities is ‘largely a result of higher infection rates’, says Cabinet Office’s Race Disparity Unit
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Topsy Ojo column: Wales wing Louis Rees-Zammit faces toughest test so far with England clash
Just under two years ago, Wales wing Louis Rees-Zammit wasn’t far off making his Gloucester debut and would have been watching the Six Nations on television, dreaming about playing in it.
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Meghan Markle reveals nickname for Prince Harry is 'Haz' during Late Late Show appearance
The Duke of Sussex, 36, appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night, with the pair calling the Duchess over FaceTime to discuss buying the Fresh Prince of Bel Air mansion in LA.
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New Corrie villain Will Mellor fears fans will abuse him as character is so vile
Coronation Street's new villain Will Mellor, who plays drug baron Harvey, says his character is so horrible viewers will "hate him" and might hurl abuse in public
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Romelu Lukaku praises Rangers' Alfredo Morelos after classy gesture
Morelos scored Rangers' opener on Thursday before opponents Royal Antwerp hit back leaving the tie tightly poised, before the striker displayed a generous act of goodwill
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They still need us! EU Army plans dashed as bloc scrambles to replace British soldiers
THE EU is scrambling to find new soldiers to replace the UK armed forces taking part in one of its major international military operations.
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Harry and Meghan share cute nicknames for each other as James Corden mocks them
Prince Harry's interview with James Corden has revealed many illuminating insights about the former royal
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