Graeme Souness explains why Manchester United should sign Harry Kane ahead of Erling Haaland
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Procession of ex-PMs could appear before 'Line of Duty' lobbying inquiry
A roll call of power players is expected to be summoned by the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee after it vowed to expose issues with the system.
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Andrew Marr viewers turn on Labour 'loser' Rachel Reeve over 'car crash interview'
ANDREW Marr viewers took to social media to hit out at Labour's frontbencher Rachel Reeves for her abysmal performance during her latest BBC interview.
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The cancer drug ‘postcode lottery’ costing from £200 to £2,000 every two weeks
Families are forking out tens of thousands of pounds for treatment, in the hope it will help them in their fight against the disease.
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Guardiola says De Bruyne injury "doesn't look good" amid Carabao Cup final fears
Kevin De Bruyne will be assessed on Monday after injury forced him off in Man City's FA Cup semi-final with Pep Guardiola delivering a damning message
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Catherine O’Hara says director told her she was attractive in a way where ‘anybody can have you’
Schitt’s Creek star had been discussing a potential role in a romantic comedy when comment was made
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Lionel Messi will stay at Barcelona, says president, after moment of genius seals Copa del Rey
Messi scored a sensational individual goal midway through the second half
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Fat fingers and drunk City traders – a guide
Barclays shares plunged 10% this week after a “fat fingered” trade. What happened?
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Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel hails ‘special moment’ after becoming first German manager to reach an FA Cup Final
Thomas Tuchel says it will be “special” to be the first German to manage a team in an FA Cup Final.
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Prince William 'requested Peter Phillips stand between him and Harry at Philip's funeral'
The brothers were separated by their cousin as they walked behind Prince Philip's coffin while it made its way to St George's Chapel in Windsor yesterday.
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Prince Philip's funeral 'very sad day for Meghan', says Megxit book author
Meghan Markle, who is in her third trimester of pregnancy, was advised by a doctor not to make the long journey to the UK. But the 39-year-old followed the service through a live stream
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Tyson Fury keen to welcome Francis Ngannou to boxing after Anthony Joshua fight
Ngnanou called out Fury following his win over Stipe Miocic last month - and the Brit is keen on the crossover clash
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‘The Kremlin is following Stalin’s toolbook,’ says Russia’s top documentary director
Venerated director Vitaly Mansky talks to Oliver Carroll, a week after he and his documentary film festival came under attack from Kremlin-backed vigilantes
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Prince Philip wake: Who went to the wake after Duke’s funeral? 15 mourners picked by Queen
PRINCE PHILIP'S loved ones said their final farewell to him at his funeral on Saturday, April 17, but who was able to attend the wake?
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Brussels surrenders! EU says it will accept British shellfish after ‘Brexit revenge’
THE EU will accept shellfish exports from much of Britain after UK fishing waters were upgraded to ‘Class A' in quality.
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A68 iceberg that was once world’s largest melts away
Small fragments no longer worth tracking, US National Ice Center says
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Inside 'beautiful' McDonald's saved from bulldozers to become historic landmark
A McDonald's in Long Island's Nassau County, US, is a chain restaurant like no other, housed in a converted mansion which was built in 1795 and destined for the bulldozers
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Minister defends Boris Johnson's trip to India despite huge Covid spike
George Eustice, the Environment Secretary said the high infection rates in India doesn't mean there should be "no visits at all"
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Teen with 6ft 6 long hair has it cut into short style for first time in 12 years
And you thought your lockdown locks were long.
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Dancing in the streets: Londoners enjoy first Saturday night out since lockdown easing
Londoners were quite literally dancing in the streets on Saturday night as they celebrated lockdown easing.
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Damian Lewis says wife Helen McCrory urged him to ‘have lots of girlfriends’ after her death
Peaky Blinders star Helen McCrory died of cancer last week
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'Look at the facts!' Ridge rattles Sturgeon as she rips into hopes for independence
SOPHY RIDGE took Nicola Sturgeon to task over her plans to lead an independent Scotland, as the Sky News host pointed to her failures in power.
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John Kerry: Failing to tackle climate change would be ‘beyond catastrophic’
The US climate envoy said the need to tackle the issue is ‘extremely urgent’.
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Is Leicester vs Southampton on TV today? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch FA Cup semi-final
Premier League sides go head-to-head for a spot in the final
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Leicester vs Southampton live stream: How to watch FA Cup semi-final online and on TV today
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Leicester vs Southampton prediction: How will FA Cup semi-final play out today?
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Leicester vs Southampton predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of FA Cup semi-final today
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Manchester United vs Burnley live stream: How to watch Premier League fixture online and on TV today
United host the Clarets at Old Trafford this afternoon
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Manchester United vs Burnley predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Premier League fixture today
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Manchester United vs Burnley prediction: How will Premier League fixture play out today?
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Emilia Romagna Grand Prix: How to watch Formula One race online and on TV
Everything you need to know ahead of the race in northern Italy
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Is Arsenal vs Fulham on TV today? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch Premier League fixture
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Arsenal vs Fulham predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of Premier League fixture today
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Child dragged under Peloton treadmill as warnings issued over workout equipment
A shocking video shows a boy and a girl playing with the Peloton Tread+ before the boy is dragged under by his arms - consumers have been warned about the possible dangers of the equipment
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Lady Louise Windsor was mother Sophie Wessex's double during Prince Philip's funeral
Lady Louise Windsor cut an elegant figure in a black coat dress, similar to her mother's ensemble, when attending the funeral of Prince Philip at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
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Labour calls on Johnson to cancel India trip amid Covid variant surge
‘I can’t see why the prime minister can’t conduct his business via Zoom’ says shadow minister
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Our boy is an angel in the nursery, a little devil at home
There, he eats baba ghanoush and real grains and tuna. We can’t even get him to eat fish fingersIn nursery, my son is a different boy altogether. We know this because they send us pictures via a little website which is fast becoming our favourite internet destination. It collects images, and occasionally videos, of his time in nursery, usually paired with behavioural advances or feast days.For St Patrick’s Day we saw him in full Ireland rugby kit making shamrocks out of Play-Doh. At Easter, he painted eggs. On World Book Day, he was kitted out like a fox because it was the only vaguely book-related outfit we had to hand. You may remember it also served as his outfit for two Halloween gatherings and an animal-themed playdate. We keep meaning to get him something else because its fur is so thick he’s reduced to a sweaty mess within 10 minutes of use, but we always forget At this rate, he’ll be getting married in it. Continue reading...
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Seyran Ateş: ‘I’m not a traitor – I’m fighting for progressive Islam’
A new film documents the life and faith of the Turkish-German human rights lawyer and advocate of liberal Muslim worshipFor Seyran Ateş, restrictions on daily life as a result of the Covid pandemic have had little impact. The Turkish-German human rights lawyer and advocate for progressive Islam has been unable to move freely for 15 years because of death threats. “I’m surprised people feel so frustrated over just a few weeks or months,” she says with a smile.Ateş has been under police protection since 2006 because of the risk to her life from extreme Islamists, Turkish-Kurdish nationalists and German rightwing extremists. Two fatwas have been issued against her and she is accused of being a terrorist by the Erdoğan government in Turkey. Continue reading...
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David Remnick: ‘There is no vaccine for climate change’
The New Yorker editor on Fragile Earth, a new collection of the magazine’s climate crisis writing, the continuing dangers of Trumpism – and seeing his family for the first time in a yearDavid Remnick has been the editor of the New Yorker since 1998. The Fragile Earth, a selection of the writing that has appeared in the magazine about climate change, is out now.You say that as a young reporter you wrote quite a lot about dramatic weather events. Can you remember when those localised storms and fires and floods started to suggest something more apocalyptic?When I was at the Washington Post, Len Downie, Ben Bradlee’s successor as editor, was obsessed with “weather stories” and played them big. And there was much high-minded, wise-guy joking about this, as if it were the height of ordinariness. But when I think back on it, Downie was right. Weather is what envelops and affects us all. And our decades-long heedlessness to climate change has done great damage to the world. So when we think about all of these unusual storms and fires, these are no longer “weather stories” – banalities, part of the nature of things – they aren’t merely that. They’re exacerbated by human behaviour over time and they are harbingers of worse. Continue reading...
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The week in TV: Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline; Seaspiracy and more
Ade Adepitan and Greta Thunberg showed how to reach people rather than preach at them. Was Too Close too familiar? And can anything excuse Frank of Ireland?Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline (BBC Two) | iPlayerSeaspiracy (Netflix)Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World (BBC One) | iPlayerToo Close (ITV) | ITV HubLeonardo (Amazon Prime)All That Glitters (BBC Two) | iPlayerFrank of Ireland (Channel 4) | All 4Not one week semi-out of lockdown, half a crack of light, and we’re already caught in rows over deference, and a BBC row entirely of its own making, and not one but three programmes reminding us how the planet’s off to hell in a burning handcart. Not complaining, as such; I just might have liked a few days off to smell the coffee blossom. Continue reading...
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Lottery jackpot rolls over to Wednesday with £9.3m top prize
No-one scooped the jackpot in Saturday’s National Lottery draw, making Wednesday’s top prize an estimated £9.3 million.
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Sophie Wessex emerges as new royal ambassador – 'confirms her ascent within the Firm'
SOPHIE, Countess of Wessex has "ascended within the Firm" as she steps into a new and bolder role in the wake of the Duke of Edinburgh's death.
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Government whipping up US-style ‘culture war’ to divide communities, Labour MP warns
‘From a Labour Party perspective, this is not something we can just sit out of. Or be complicit within,’ Zarah Sultana tells The Independent
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Harry Potter's Tom Felton pays emotional tribute to on-screen mum Helen McCrory
Tributes to former Harry Potter and Peaky Blinders actress Helen McCrory have flooded in as her former colleagues express their shock at Friday's devastating news
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Coronavirus live news: Israel ends outdoor mask-wearing; UK cabinet minister defends Hancock over NHS contracts
Israel now has 54% of population fully vaccinated; George Eustice defends health secretary over shares in company approved as potential supplierAustralia plans staggered reopening of international borders in late 20214,000 to attend FA Cup semi-final as live sport cautiously reopensThe obscure maths theorem that governs the reliability of Covid testingOlympic chief to visit Japan to approve safety amid Covid cases surge 9.23am BST Eustice said there is no evidence that the Indian variant of coronavirus is able to “get around” the vaccine, or was more contagious than other variants.The environment secretary also said that cases of the variant were “fairly small” at present. 9.13am BST Israel is today ending its outdoor mask-wearing rule and reopening middle schools, in the country’s latest step towards normality. The country has had a highly successful vaccine rollout, with 54% of its 9.3 million population having received both shots of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, and has recorded sharp drops in the spread of the virus. Continue reading...
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Unmarried, childfree women like me should be celebrated – not criticised
I've spent the last ten years dating a slew of men (one 20 years my junior) and enjoying the freedom that goes along with never having given birth.
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