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Edu pushing for Arsenal to appoint Patrick Vieira
Bring your boots as well, Patrick...
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Aston Villa v Leicester City: Premier League – live!
Live updates from Villa Park, kick-off 2pm (GMT)Rodgers’ reborn Leicester should not be overlooked in title raceFeel free to email Will or tweet @Will_Unwin 1.06pm GMT Some sad news from Aston Villa yesterday. Related: Ron Saunders, title-winning Aston Villa manager, dies aged 87 1.03pm GMT The interesting news is that Brendan Rodgers has rewarded Kelechi Iheanacho for his cameo last weekend with a start today. Continue reading...
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Hornchurch electric scooter crash: Rider fighting for life after 'serious collision' with bus
A collision between an electric scooter and a bus left a man fighting for his life.
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Virgin Train departs from London Euston for the final time after 22 years
Avanti West Coast is taking over the service.
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Celtic vs Rangers predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Scottish League Cup final
Bitter rivals battle for silverware at Hampden Park
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What will you do about the climate crisis? The parties answer
Conservatives, Greens, Labour, Lib Dems and SNP tackle the biggest climate and environmental issuesThe Guardian put the following questions to the main politicial parties to draw them out on specific key climate and environmental issues ahead of the election. Continue reading...
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Noel Gallagher’s daughter is the complete opposite of her father as she’s ‘grounded and not spoilt’
'She is wise beyond her years'.
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Scary footage shows the damage a button battery can do to a child's throat
A single button battery could mean the difference between life and death if not stored properly - all parents should see this before buying presents with them in this Christmas
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Alan Shearer explains how Man City played directly into Man Utd's hands
Pep Guardiola's side were disappointing in the defeat to their local rivals and are now a huge 14 points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool
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Brave shop worker battles knife-wielding masked thug over counter during robbery
Ozcan Yildirim was working alone in the Bournemouth shop, Wallisdown News, when a masked man walked in and approached the counter brandishing a huge knife
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Farage says he's already picked the new name for the Brexit Party after we leave the EU
It comes after a difficult week for his party which saw four MEPs leave and back the Conservatives in the coming general election
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'Combatting hidden enemies': Meet the women on the frontline of de-mining Afghanistan
Having defied insults from men in the streets, women are increasingly playing a key role in ridding war-ravaged country of explosives that kill nearly 100 people each month, write Roshan De Stone and David L Suber
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Tory candidate says food bank users ‘struggle to manage a budget’
Tory candidate Darren Henry was heckled and called a ‘disgrace’ as he made the comments during a hustings event.
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Most watched movies on BFI Player that you've never heard of
Some of the most watched films aren't huge blockbusters like 007 but older archive footage and documentaries that take a look at Britain's past.
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What you need to know as Avanti takes over West Coast main line from Virgin Trains
The age of the Avanti West Coast train gets under way, as Virgin is consigned to railway history
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Woman whacks a man with bouquet of flowers as brawl breaks out at Sydney races
The Australian Turf Club Christmas was a ticketed event offering guests Santa photos, Christmas treats and music during the race - but it ended up in a fight
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Terrifying firenado threatens homes as helicopter dropping water on bushfires crashes
Firefighters are battling more than 100 bushfires on the east coast of Australia as aerial footage shows the firenado dangerously close to homes
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Food critic Jay Rayner lavishes praise on one of Chorlton's neighbourhood restaurants
"It’s the reverse of one of those flash outfits that does the restaurant equivalent of kissing a bicep in the mirror"
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Peter Andre sends heartfelt message to bankrupt Katie Price as he admits they still talk
Aussie singer Peter Andre wishes his ex-wife 'nothing but the best' and admits he never wanted her to go through such a 'hard time'
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Ryan Giggs explains what Manchester United need to do next
Man Utd were exceptional as they moved up to fifth in the Premier League table with a victory over City at the Etihad.
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Arsenal: Freddie Ljungberg urges senior players to take more responsibility
Club have failed to win either of their first two games under interim head coach
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Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha hints at agenda against him as he laughs off Watford yellow card
Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has claimed there is a "thing against me" after he was controversially booked in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Watford.
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Large factory fire in Delhi kills 43 people as others are rescued from building
The blaze broke out in the four-storey building in the city's congested old quarter
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Joe Biden: prosecute companies that stop workers forming unions
Sanders, Buttigieg, Booker, Klobuchar and Steyer also discussed the economy, wages and healthcare at a Teamsters forum in IowaKochland: how the Kochs bought America – and trashed itJoe Biden has proposed criminal prosecution of companies that deprive workers of their rights to organise unions as part of what he called the corporate war on labour. Related: After Kamala: activists fear Democratic primary whitewash Continue reading...
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'A nostalgia trip harking back to crazier times': Pete Tong, Jules Buckley & The Heritage Orchestra presents Ibiza Classics at Manchester Arena
Dance music icon Pete Tong visited Manchester to entertain the masses and take us on a classic Ibiza music extravaganza
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Man arrested for racist gestures at Manchester derby named as 41-year-old Anthony Burke
Burke was seen in footage circulated on social media making an alleged monkey gesture and chant towards Manchester United midfielder Fred during the match at the Etihad
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Rangers vs Celtic live stream: How to watch Scottish League Cup final online and on TV
Steven Gerrard is bidding for his first trophy as a manager
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Victor Lindelof confirms Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's brave tactic worked against Man City
United put in arguably their best performance of the season to see off their bitter rivals 2-1 and move to within five points of the top four
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Spanish hotel’s £11.9 million Christmas tree is the world’s most expensive
A Marbella resort now has a lavish fir dripping in pink diamonds and edible decorations.
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Roy Keane suggests Manchester United should sell Anthony Martial after their victory over Man City
'I'm not convinced by him.'
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Will Smith keeps the crowd amped-up as he performs at The World’s Big Sleep Out in Times Square
More than 50,000 people too part.
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Kim Kardashian throws a roaring Jurassic World themed party for Saint’s 4th birthday
Mother of the year.
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Patrick Vieira confirms interest in Arsenal manager's job and admits he can't ignore them
The former Gunners midfielder has been linked with the vacant managerial position at Arsenal and admits he could never ignore the club where he spent nine years playing
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Storm Atiyah: "Status red" wind warning for County Kerry
Gusts stronger than 80mph are forecast by Met Éireann as Storm Atiyah tracks between Iceland and Ireland.
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Wonky the rabbit is nicknamed ‘unicorn’ because of the ear in the middle of his head
But it looks like he has a new home!
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Saturday Night Live: James Corden as a Mean Girls Boris – and J-Lo as herself, repeatedly
We get it: Jennifer Lopez is hot. It’s more controversial, though no funnier, to show Trump in a weirdly sympathetic lightWe open in the Nato cafeteria, where the “cool kids” – Justin Trudeau (Jimmy Fallon), Emmanuel Marcon (Paul Rudd) and dumpy hanger-on Boris Johnson (James Corden) – tease and ostracize Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin). Related: Saturday Night Live: Will Ferrell warms up after coldest cold open Continue reading...
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Lizzo shares forgotten stripper snaps from Hustlers movie and we are not worthy
Is there a day when she doesn’t slay on the ‘gram?
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Harrow-on-the-Hill incident: Man left fighting for life after stabbing outside tube station
A man was left fighting for life after being stabbed at Harrow-on-the-Hill station on Saturday night.
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London Bridge killer laughed as he watched videos of 9/11 victims falling to their deaths at school
Former pupils at Haywood High School in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, said Usman Khan would play footage of 9/11 in the school canteen while performing impressions of the planes crashing.
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Universal Credit worker's harrowing account of suicides and failures
The staff member has had to inform police of the incidents
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Heathrow travel chaos: Extinction rebellion block A4 approach with mass bicycle convoy
EXTINCTION Rebellion are conducting a mass bicycle convoy along the A4 artery towards Heathrow Airport today, blocking traffic and causing intense congestion.
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Student killed in London knife attack 'entirely blameless'
Mohammed Abdullah Al Araimi, 20, was attacked in Knightsbridge on Friday nightA King’s College student who was stabbed to death in London while returning home from a restaurant with a friend was “entirely blameless”, police said.Mohammed Abdullah Al Araimi, 20, was attacked near Harrods department store in Knightsbridge shortly after midnight on Friday. Continue reading...
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Economic conditions favour the left, so why is Labour not expected to win with ease?
Tories take nothing for granted because rival plans resonate with voters and polls could be wrongEven now it is impossible to call the election. Sure, the polls look pretty conclusive but the margin between victory and defeat is slender. The last two elections sprung last-minute surprises and when the Tories say they are taking nothing for granted they are telling the truth.The reason for that is simple: the Conservatives may have had a clear message on Brexit that has resonated with leave voters but they also know that much of what Labour has been saying during the election campaign resonates with the voters. Boris Johnson has been battling against an ideological headwind. Continue reading...
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Myles Stephenson and Dan Osborne all smiles amid cheating rumours confrontation
The lads are both staying in the same hotel as I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! reaches its dramatic climax
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New study reveals a THIRD of male office workers think discussing periods is 'unprofessional'
A study of 2,000 office workers by UK-based Initial Washroom Hygiene found that 32 per cent of men felt it was an inappropriate discussion topic for the office.
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