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Owen Wilson ‘pays $25k in monthly child support’ for one-year-old daughter he’s ‘never met’
He was determined to be the father last year.
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Photographer Jason Hawkes hangs out the side of helicopters capturing how the seasons change London
Aerial photographer Jason Hawkes has spent more time in the skies above London than wandering the capital's streets.
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Group of pensioners knit Christmas hats for postboxes in bid to 'cheer people up'
A group of pensioners have knitted Christmas hats for postboxes in a bid to put a smile on people's faces at a "stressful time of year".
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The yellow card that summed up Man City's most miserable derby in years
Manchester City were beaten by Manchester United in the derby and the visitors did not even have to be that good to do it.
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Katy Perry gets Christmassy with festive-themed bauble and tinsel hairdo
The singer, 35, put up an exclusive photo of her wearing the fancy decorations in her hair, which was seen in "Cosy Little Christmas"
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The lesson Eric Cantona taught Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about being at Man Utd
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer first joined Manchester United in 1996 and Eric Cantona made sure to take him under his wing and educate him on how to conduct himself
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Iran unveils 'budget of resistance' to sanctions with help from $5bn Russian loan
Iran’s president says his country will depend less on oil revenue in a budget designed to resist crippling US sanctionsIran’s president says his country will depend less on oil revenue next year, in a “budget of resistance” that will partly depend on a $5bn Russian loan.Speaking during Sunday’s opening session of parliament, Hassan Rouhani said: “The budget is based on maximum pressure and sanctions. Continue reading...
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Marcus Rashford explains secret to Man Utd goalscoring form after Manchester derby
The England forward has put in a number of impressive displays for the Red Devils in recent weeks and was on target during Saturday's 2-1 win over local rivals Manchester City
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Metro.co.uk’s Heavyweight Power Rankings: Deontay Wilder pips Tyson Fury & Anthony Joshua to top spot
Who is the best heavyweight in the world right now?
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Coronation Street boss speaks out controversial shotgun rampage storyline
There were misgivings over the nature of the storyline.
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Anthony Joshua accepts Oleksandr Usyk fight order as world title mandatories pile up
Eddie Hearn also weighed in on AJ's next fight.
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The best graphic novels of 2019
A heartbreaking wartime tale of a Korean ‘comfort woman’ stands out in an excellent year in which stalwarts Seth and Chris Ware continued to expand the horizons of the formThis would have been an extraordinary year for graphic novels even had no other comics save for Seth’s Clyde Fans (Drawn & Quarterly) and Chris Ware’s Rusty Brown (Jonathan Cape) been published. Seth’s book is a history of mid-century capitalism disguised as the story of two elderly brothers; Ware’s uses a single day in a Nebraska high school in the 1970s to tell, in characteristically frown-inducing manner, a host of very human stories. Both are utterly amazing; both push the form in new directions. That said, even without them it would have been an exceptional 12 months. I could write a piece three times as long as this and still have to leave out several favourites.I loved – and reviewed – the following: Sensible Footwear (Myriad), Kate Charlesworth’s vital and joyful history of British LGBTQ life; Sunday’s Child (Jonathan Cape), in which Serena Katt pieces together with exquisite tact the story of what her Polish-German father did in the war; Maggy Garrisson (SelfMadeHero), an intricately plotted collection of stories about a female London gumshoe by Lewis Trondheim and Stéphane Oiry; and Off Season, James Sturm’s spare and strangely affecting book about a canine builder who finds himself estranged from his wife and politics in Trump’s America. And I can say, without hesitation, that all four of them would make fantastic Christmas presents. Continue reading...
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Snow patrol: 10 great winter train journeys in Europe
From a steam railway in Yorkshire to hotels on wheels in the Alps, sit back and enjoy the show outside the train windowEurope’s first standard-gauge mountain rail line, the Semmering – which connects Vienna with southwestern Austria – became the first transport route to be designated a Unesco heritage site. Completed in 1854, the line crosses 16 viaducts and passes through 15 tunnels, and provides a breathtaking vision of the Austrian Alps as it clings to the icy mountainside and sweeps above the snowy valley floor thousands of feet below. It is a world-class experience that costs around £38, for a return ticket from Vienna to Semmering, and can further be enjoyed with a two-course meal with wine and coffee for an extra £20.• oebb.at Continue reading...
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The big picture: the giant of 42nd Street
Jonathan Higbee’s eye for the uncanny reveals an alternative New York where what is seen can not always be believedJonathan Higbee came quite late to photography. He grew up in the American south and started his career as a travel writer, but when he moved to New York he discovered that words and sentences could not do justice to the streets he lived on.In the first instance, he has suggested, photography was a cheap surrogate for therapy, a way of slowing Manhattan down and forcing himself to look and find patterns in the apparently chaotic visual scene around him. He started to get a feel for odd coincidences in that chaos – moments when the background of street furniture and high rise and billboard and graffiti and traffic seemed to communicate directly with the people passing by: stripes on shirts that matched zebra crossings; legs extending from bus shelters that made a comic tableau with adverts; accidents of scale and serendipity that seemed like the fleeting work of an inspired choreographer. Continue reading...
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John Legend: 'The key to happiness is to open your mind to love'
A phenomenally successful singer-songwriter and social justice campaigner, or a preachy virtue-signaller? Ryan Bradley meets John LegendJohn Legend springs up from his mahogany grand piano in the high-ceilinged, light-drenched living room of his Hollywood home and greets me with a grin, a hello, and one of those very smooth handshakes that seamlessly morph into an extremely brief hug. My palms are sweaty and my face is flushed. Until a moment ago, I’d been running up the road that leads to Legend’s hilltop house, late because of the traffic. And now I’m sweatily, awkwardly apologising to John Legend in his beautiful living room as he gestures towards another room where there’s a long table by the window that overlooks the morning haze and the distant ridges of the Santa Monica mountains.“Let’s just zen out in this zen dining room,” John Legend says, before looking around the room as if for the first time, running his hands over the dark-wood table, leaning back in his chair, lifting his head. He inhales, exhales, beams. And then he laughs – a long, deep, rich baritone. The laugh alone is like a song. And the traffic? What traffic? We are in Legend-land. Troubles are distant memories. Continue reading...
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Brace yourself, the flood of lies in this election is about to become a torrent | Nick Cohen
Democracy is subverted when politicians abuse their own failure to pass strict campaigning lawsIf Britain’s politicians believed in defending democracy, there would not be an election on Thursday. Our leaders would have held back until laws controlling propaganda and foreign subversion were in place. They haven’t waited, because they don’t want to protect the integrity of the ballot. With wolfish smiles, they have welcomed the opportunities for spreading fake news that the web has brought them.As the paper was going to press, the final online advertising blitz had begun. Full Fact, the campaign group that fights the necessary battle to keep public life clean, was monitoring online adverts from the Conservatives saying that the cost of a Corbyn government will be £1.2tn – a figure based on assumptions that are dubious to the point of fatuity – and promising to recruit 50,000 new nurses – a straight lie. Labour was claiming that a Tory trade deal with the US would increase NHS costs by £500m a week – a statement that is as good as a lie, as there is no trade deal to cost – and merrily chirruping that 95% of people won’t have to pay more tax to fund its dazzling spending spree, which, as the Institute of Fiscal Studies points out, isn’t true either. Continue reading...
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Donald Trump has destroyed American leadership – I'll restore it | Elizabeth Warren
The president’s behavior at the Nato summit in London was as appalling as it was typical. Our next commander-in-chief will have important work to doFor seven decades, America’s strength, security and prosperity have been underpinned by our unmatched network of treaty alliances, cemented in shared democratic values and a recognition of our common security. But after three years of Donald Trump’s insults and antics, our alliances are under enormous strain. Related: Joe Biden's old-guy machismo is a serious flaw – but also what voters love about him | Ross Barkan Continue reading...
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Kochland review: how the Kochs bought America – and trashed it
Christopher Leonard has produced a relentless accounting of the brothers grim which somehow concludes with sympathyIf the unbridled consumption of fossil fuels is indeed pushing the planet faster and faster toward Armageddon, Charles Koch probably deserves as much credit as anyone for the end of the world as we know it. Related: Dark Money review: Nazi oil, the Koch brothers and a rightwing revolution Continue reading...
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I’m A Celebrity day 21 recap: Finalists confirmed as Kate Garraway leaves after Celebrity Cyclone madness
We have our final three!
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Mum who sucked lozenges for persistent cough loses all four limbs
When a persistent cough turned into life-threatening sepsis, Corrine Hutton, 49, lost all four limbs. But refusing to be beaten by a quadruple amputation, she set about breaking records in an inspirational display of resilience
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Tess Daly can't stand watching herself on Strictly because of way her face looks
Strictly Come Dancing presenter Tess Daly on life with Vernon Kaye - and how she would love to see the veteran pro dancing Anton Du Beke paired with show superfan Alan Carr
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Dad who 'accidentally' killed son, 3, took gun to mum's head to cover up crime
Evil Christopher Poulson locked up over deaths of angelic three-year-old and his mum, who was training as a masseuse to give them a happy new life in California
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Kym Marsh was forced to live in 'horrible' home with 'flying ants' and 'damp'
Coronation Street actress Kym Marsh, 43, on why Christmas is so important and what the hard knocks and tragedies have taught her - including when baby Archie passed away after being born 18 weeks early in 2009
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Tanya Franks' dad with dementia gets confused between fact and fiction watching her on EastEnders
It's the most magical time of year for most of us, but EastEnders star Tanya Franks, 52 - who plays Rainie Branning - talks candidly about how dementia impacts her family over the festive period
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Ruth Langsford threw dinner in Eamonn Holmes' face over disappointing present
Eamonn Holmes, 60, reveals dramatic Christmases with his wife and showbiz partner-in-crime on This Morning, Ruth Langsford - as he celebrates 40 years in the business, and his bid to overthrow Ruth this festive season
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Labour antisemitism is terrifying voters in THIS constituency - and here’s why
FEAR of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is “palpable” in the key north London constituency of Golders Green and Finchley, with voters concerned about antisemitism within the party coupled with Mr Corbyn’s “Marxist” tendencies, Tory candidate Mike Freer has said.
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'The first time I had to use the food bank I was devastated': The police officer who ended up destitute
'I was in a professional occupation, a so called family who look after you, but here I was, desperately needing to put food on the table'
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How Manchester United beat Man City with their counter attack tactic
Man United were ruthless in their 2-1 win vs Man City and their superb first 30 minutes of attacking football were underpinned by the counter-attacking tactic.
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Meghan Markle pregnant? Fans convinced royal baby to arrive in 2020
MEGHAN MARKLE, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry could delight Royal fans by brining a new royal into the world next year.
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Mum of teen who died a day after being diagnosed with cancer says doctors 'failed' her
Tanisha Baverstock, 13, was not told she had cancer after going to hospital for what she thought was a chest x-ray until a day later
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Sunday with Sadiq Khan: ‘With more than 30 of us, lunch is total chaos’
London’s mayor on working on the weekend, and the Sunday morning football team he’s played with for 25 yearsHow does Sunday start? At 6am with Luna, our golden Labrador, licking my arm to get me moving. I take her out, grab a coffee and check my three daily morning emails: from the police, TFL and City Hall. Our Sunday luxury is getting the papers delivered (I was a paperboy myself), which I read after morning prayers.Sunday lunch? Dal and fresh rotis at Mum’s. There’s more than 30 of us; it’s total chaos, four generations of siblings arguing. There’s a rule in the Khan family: eat fast and speak fast, or you don’t get fed or heard. Continue reading...
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Jennifer Lopez wanted even raunchier scenes in Hustlers despite being nervous to strip off
J-Lo has told how she fought to include more raunchy scenes in the film  - despite being at first afraid of revealing all for it
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The Observer view on who to vote for in the general election | Observer editorial
After a tawdry campaign of lies and racism, the choice is clear – anyone but JohnsonThis is a historic election, the most important choice voters have faced in decades. The result will determine whether Britain as we know it exists in a generation or whether the union will have splintered beyond repair. It will shape the nation’s economic wellbeing: whether we make countless lives harder by cutting ourselves off from our biggest trading partner or maintain our close relationship with the EU. It will influence the type of society we are: whether the number of children who grow up in abject poverty and the number of people sleeping rough – stains on our collective conscience– will continue to rise. It will decide the sustainability of the world we bequeath to our children and grandchildren.Yet there is no disguising that this is an election of last resort, the product of an unedifying journey through months of parliamentary gridlock. None of the options inspires enthusiasm; the campaign has been underwhelming and uninspiring. But the gloomy sense it leaves – that our politics is unequal to the tests that lie ahead – must not obscure the momentous nature of the decision voters must make on Thursday. Continue reading...
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Bozzie is in hiding from Andrew Neil, but I’m desperate to tell him about Dilyn’s new trick | The secret diary of Carrie Symonds
In which our heroine watches the noses of Stanley and Dom grow longer and longerSuper time since Stanley was banished! Now it’s just us: me, Dilyn, Dom, between episodes, and darling Bozzie, though what with my campaigning and his commitments we hardly meet! Last night I woke up aching to discuss marine conservation matters to find this note on his pillow: SORRY OTTIE WARGAMING NEIL IN UNDERGROUND BUNKER, BACK C3 DAYS, YR B. I said but Dom, this is your handwriting, where is Bozzie, really?Dom (looming out of the darkness): “What if I said, hiding from Andrew Neil?” Continue reading...
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Mix it up with watercolours for your eyes | Funmi Fetto
Go painterly with a melange of bright colours – but don’t overdo itStick to the confines of traditional makeup and you’ll get stuck in a rut. Hence this ethereal look, from Dundas AW19 Couture, appeals. Agreed, it is left of centre but, surprisingly, this painterly melange of watercolour brights – aka a splash of colour in all the wrong places – can actually be wearable. Just take note of the following… With the exception of a cream blush and a touch of highlighter, keep skin bare. Applying eyeshadow with a light hand and damp brush achieves that delicate wash. Unless you want the Scary Hot Mess look, don’t be tempted to add a million colours. Continue reading...
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Letting workers into the boardroom? Capitalists have nothing to fear | Torsten Bell
It might sound like a recipe for disaster, but research reveals it leads to better decisions all roundWe should put workers on company boards. We should. We need to get the detail right, but having workers’ representatives present when big decisions are taken is not only a good thing in its own right but would lead to better decisions. It would be a big change in the UK, but it’s not outlandish on continental Europe.If that doesn’t persuade you, let’s turn to what this column is all about – evidence. Do we know the impact of requiring that, for example, a third of board seats go to employees? Helpfully, in the 1990s, the Germans removed this requirement for some new firms, but kept it for similar existing ones, providing a great experiment that economists have exploited with research. Continue reading...
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China’s unveils new wonder weapon in dramatic challenge to western power
THE MYSTERY hardware that appeared unidentified at the the National Day parade in October has been identified by experts as a state of the art weapons system.
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A1 crash: Campaigner questions road upgrade delay after death
Monica Heaney wants to speak at an inquiry into upgrades to the A1, where her son Karl died in a crash.
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The last nasturtiums hold the key to spring planting | Allan Jenkins
The tenacious flowers still face off against December’s cold days, so it’s time to plan for next year’s long campaign of colourIt seems barely possible. Kala’s nasturtiums are literally clinging on into December. They have again colonised her neighbours’ fence, clambering over the top, reaching down to the ground, some stems around 12ft long. Even though the residents have repelled the invaders more than once. To no avail. Their wall is a cascade of orange vitality. Until a sustained heavy frost, at least.The allotment is situated higher up, at the top of Hampstead Heath. Sheltered in a scoop, entirely surrounded by tall trees, it is capable of holding in heat and cold. There, most nasturtiums have already succumbed. Carcasses of frost-twisted tendrils and red petals are curled on the ground. At the other end of the plot, some late-sown climbers from the Higgledy Garden shop are climbing still – light on flower, heavy on leaf. In the morning, they catch the dew like water lilies waiting for a frog. Continue reading...
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Sorry, Timbers, this is not the way to aplogise to the missus | Barbara Ellen
Justin Timberlake, caught holding hands with another woman, leaps to Instagram to say sorry – and slip in a plug for his new filmHow wonderfully modern that Justin Timberlake took to Instagram to apologise to his wife, Jessica Biel.After being snapped looking inebriated on a balcony, holding hands with his Palmer co-star Alisha Wainwright, Timberlake began his Insta-soz post saying: “I stay away from gossip as much as I can.” Of course you do, you marvellous, honourable man! Timbers continued: “A few weeks ago I displayed a strong lapse of judgment – but let me clear – nothing happened with my co-star… I drank way too much that night and I regret my behaviour… I apologise to my amazing wife and family… I am focused on being the best husband and father I can be…” Blah blah, yak yak. Continue reading...
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Andy Ruiz admits partying got in way of training for Anthony Joshua rematch
Not the way to prepare for your first title defence!
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The Creameries, Manchester: ‘Seriously good, thoughtful food’ – restaurant review | Jay Rayner
For sheer tehnical virtuosity and ridiculously good value, have a meal at the CreameriesThe Creameries, 406 Wilbraham Road, Chorlton, Manchester M21 0SD (0161 312 8328). Three-course lunch £18; five-course dinner £35; wines from £20This one must start at the end: with a treacle tart that tastes of all the good things, including attention to detail and a determined eagerness to please. The tart case is thin and crisp and dark; just the right amounts of brown sugar, butter and flour have been introduced to each other and have then decided to shack up together. It’s a virtuous platform for the filling. Unlike some treacle tarts, which you know will sit so heavily in your stomach they appear to have claimed squatter’s rights, this one is light and almost fluffy. There is a burst of citrus in there, pointed up by a separate bowl of lemon jelly. Next to that is a jug of warm, frothy cream, flavoured with Earl Grey tea. Both of those, however crowd-pleasing, are here only to stand in the service of the tart. As I fork it away, I mutter sagely to my companion that it is a treacle tart made by someone who has made an awful lot of them. Continue reading...
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Trump is the natural consequence of our anti-democracy decade | Robert Reich
The president knows how the system works: the rich give money and get what they want in return. His defeat is imperativeWe’re coming to the end of what might be called the anti-democracy decade. It began on 21 January 2010 with the supreme court’s shameful decision in Citizens United vs Federal Election Commission, opening the floodgates to big money in politics with the absurd claim that the first amendment protects corporate speech. Related: Nancy Pelosi is bungling the impeachment inquiry into Trump | Moira Donegan Continue reading...
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My friends bore me | Dear Mariella
Perhaps it’s time for you to seek out new friends, says Mariella Frostrup – your old ones may be relievedThe dilemma I’m 32, have a fulfilling job, a wonderful partner and child, and travel a lot. Unfortunately, quite a few of my close friends bore me to death. They haven’t developed personally and intellectually over the last decade. They have no, or limited, ambitions and are the opposite of inspiring. Meeting up with them feels like a chore and I don’t respect many of their opinions. I often wonder whether we have grown incompatible because we are from different class backgrounds, as horrible as that sounds. My friends lack drive, curiosity and resilience, and I’m often embarrassed by how uneducated and bad with money they are. I have tried over and over again to get them to develop an interest in further education, reading, the arts, different cultures, politics and finance, to very little avail. I’m immensely frustrated. On the other hand, they have been loyal and supportive, and breaking up with them because our lives have little common ground strikes me as cruel.Mariella replies Perhaps they’d welcome it? Allowing for their challenged intellects they can’t be unaware of your feelings. Even if you are wholly insincere and brilliant at feigning false interest they must have sensed your frustration towards them and their low expectations. The rolling of eyes and raising of eyebrows at the immensity of their cultural ignorance will have been hard to miss. Hopefully they’re equally unenamoured of you lecturing them about their lowly ambitions and the glories of aspiration and artistic expression. Continue reading...
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Party favourites: wines to see you through election night | David Williams
With the general election coming up, these three wines offer something special to make sure everyone is a winnerGusbourne Estate Brut Reserve, Kent, England 2015 (£39, gusbourne.com) Whatever our political persuasion, and whether it’s to provide commiseration or celebration, many of us will be opening a bottle or two come Thursday evening and Friday morning. In a climate of bitter division, we may well look to wines that feel like they’re safely on our side. That’s easy enough for the Tories, since they have what will feel like some ready-made merchandise in the shape of one of the very finest champagnes around: the gorgeously rich and silky-moussed Pol Roger Cuvée Winston Churchill 2008 (from £179.95, leaandsandeman.co.uk; laithwaites.co.uk), which is made in special years as a homage to Sir Winston, a noted Pol Roger fan. For those Conservatives (and Brexit Party-goers) not wanting to sully their election night with anything French, there’s a very fine English alternative: the exquisite Gusbourne sparkler hails from an estate whose majority owner is Tory peer Lord Ashcroft.Cave de St Verny Puy de Dôme Pinot Noir, France 2018 (£9.50, thewinesociety.com) There may be no Cuvee Clement Atlee available for Labour voters. But any fully automated luxury communist fully committed to the luxury part of their creed may want to seek out and share an old bottle of Piedmontese producer Bartolo Mascarello’s No Barrique No Berlusconi. These are collector’s items now, but the original bottles, made, by the late Bartolo Mascarello, as a protest against the floridly devious, buffoonish right-wing ex-Italian PM will surely strike a chord for this election. If that’s impossible to find, you could seek out one of the hauntingly elegant, traditional-style wines made by Bartolo’s daughter, Maria-Teresa, such as the Bartolo Mascarello Barbera d’Alba 2016 (£65, handford.net). The Bartolo wines are not exactly priced for the many, but Cave de St Verny’s pinot from The Wine Society ticks a lot of Labour boxes: it’s a gorgeously vibrant red that is both made and sold by co-operatives. Continue reading...
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Manchester United have finally found a complete midfield solution after Man City win
Man Utd produced a sensational performance to beat Manchester City 2-1 at the Etihad to claim derby day bragging rights.
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