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Tottenham Champions League opponents: Possible fixtures in last 16
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho said he would relish the chance to face Bayern Munich further down the line in a 'proper' Champions League game despite watching his side losing 3-1 in Bavaria last week in their final group game.
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BLACKPINK 2020 album promised as YG Entertainment speak out on Blink protests
Fans are not happy with the purported under-promotion of the band.
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I’m A Celeb’s Myles Stephenson reckons Caitlyn Jenner’s already ‘blocked’ their numbers
She wouldn’t dare… would she?
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Harvey Weinstein: 'My work promoting women has been forgotten'
Harvey Weinstein has complained that he feels like "the forgotten man" who championed women in the film industry.
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Hallmark Channel vows to reinstate same-sex wedding advert after backlash
Television network admits to making 'the wrong decision'
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Amanda Holden shines bright like a diamond as she watches drag panto with daughter
For Amanda, it's the most wonderful time of the year.
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If you’re grieving this Christmas, you’re not alone
My grandparents were my favourite people in the whole wide world.
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Labour continues to rip itself apart over ‘stupid Northern voters’
Ousted MP Caroline Flint said she ‘stands by’ accusing Emily Thornberry of calling Northern voters ‘stupid’.
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Jeremy Corbyn successor: Labour leadership battle descends into acrimony amid pleas to 'not sink into the gutter'
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Full impeachment report is released: Nadler warns Donald Trump is a threat to the Constitution
The House Judiciary Committee has released its full report on the impeachment of President Trump ahead of the House vote which could come as early as Wednesday.
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Parents urged to vaccinate children against flu or face 'a Christmas to forget'
Children are 'super spreaders' of flu during holiday season, warns NHS national medical director
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Chelsea Champions League opponents: Possible fixtures in last 16
Chelsea secured their place in the draw for the last-16 of the Champions League with a 2-1 win over Lille at Stamford Bridge last week.
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Woman wants NHS to pay for her to have surrogate children in the US
Whittington Hospital NHS Trust in North London has admitted negligently failing to detect signs of cancer for more than four years, which led to the woman developing highly invasive cancer.
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Kevin De Bruyne reveals he exploited Arsenal’s attackers during Manchester City’s win
De Bruyne is spot on with this.
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Liverpool Champions League opponents: Possible fixtures in last 16
Mohamed Salah missed a hat-trick of chances clear chances but scored an outrageously good goal from the narrowest of angles to secure Liverpool's 2-0 win over Red Bull Salzburg on Tuesday as Jurgen Klopp's side topped Group E.
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Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd and Liverpool latest as Arsenal's manager search continues
Manchester United have stepped up their pursuit of goalscoring sensation Erling Haaland while Chelsea star N'Golo Kante is being tracked by Barcelona
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Markets keep rallying after US-China trade deal and UK election - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsIntroduction: Trade deal optimism lifts stocks 8.04am GMT China’s stock market has risen by 0.5% this morning, as traders welcome news of the Phase One trade deal with the US.But the big action is in Australia, which has posted its biggest one-day rise in seven months. The S&P/ASX 200 index gained 1.6% towards a record high, with mining stocks benefitting from trade optimism. 7.55am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. Related: 'Amazing deal' or 'capitulation'? Why the US-China trade truce may not last What the market needs now, though, is clarity around exactly what the deal entails. The longer we have to wait for this detail, the more likely market participants will start to question how good a deal it actually is.” Related: UK's biggest firms gain more than £30bn in value after Tory win On Monday at 9.30am we will restate our March fiscal forecast for @ONS statistical changes. We will not incorporate any other new data, new judgements nor include an update to the economy forecast. pic.twitter.com/1MhPqHIspM..the resilience of the UK banking system to deep simultaneous recessions in the UK and global economies, a financial market stress, and an independent stress of misconduct costs. Overall, the stress is more severe than the financial crisis. Continue reading...
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Arsenal left in disarray as lack of framework at top hinders Freddie Ljungberg's impact on pitch
The role of Per Mertesacker symbolises the mess surrounding the Gunners right now
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Inside Politics: Boris Johnson wants to paint the north in permanent blue
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Kelvin Fletcher insists he'll return to acting after Strictly Come Dancing win
The former Emmerdale star has no plans to tread the boards
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10 soap spoilers this week: EastEnders revenge, Coronation Street death, Emmerdale devastation, Hollyoaks decision
All of soap's unmissable moments from the approaching week.
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Newlyweds reveal they were blasted by a guest for not sending a thank you card after their wedding
Writing on US social site Reddit, a couple told how their friend was blasted for not sending thank you cards within a month of getting married. The post sparked a debate on showing gratitude for gifts.
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When is the last day for second class post in UK before Christmas?
Stamping out any excuses for late presents.
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My working week: 'I see the appalling houses my clients live in and feel sick'
I work to support tenants who are being exploited by criminal landlords and are sometimes living in dangerous conditionsI work for a charity that supports tenants who are victimised by criminal landlords, in partnership with local authorities across London. My week begins with a 5am alarm and a strong coffee, before I accompany a local authority enforcement team on a raid of a property that we suspect is being let illegally. Continue reading...
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Philomena Cunk on the Queen’s Speech
The cultural commentator ponders this year’s royal message, which she argues is ‘like Gogglebox, but even posher than the bits with Stef and Dom in’There are some things that only ever happen at Christmas, like Turkish delight, charades and pretending to like each other, which is a sort of real-time no-fun game of charades that goes on for days.Perhaps the most famous Thing That Only Happens At Christmas is The Queen’s Speech. The Queen’s Speech is very much the Bond film of the Christmas TV schedules. Continue reading...
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Turning a new page: the rise of #Merky Books
Malorie Blackman sold her life story to them, other hot authors are lining up. What makes Stormzy’s imprint so different?In a glass-walled meeting room on the fifth floor of Penguin Random House headquarters in Pimlico, Theophina Gabriel is talking about her love of reading while laughing at her trigger-happy printing: “The last thing that came in I found so magical, it was 329 pages and I printed it all… Don’t worry I checked if I was allowed to first!” She’s part of a team that makes up one of the year’s most exciting literary imprints, #Merky Books. Today, the team is gathered around, drinking coffee and chatting about their pop-up event in east London the week before, which invited a community of young writers to dance and seek writing advice from the likes of playwright Inua Ellams and musician Wretch 32.The team are all characters worth reading about themselves. Twenty-two-year-old editorial assistant Gabriel, who routinely dresses all in purple (today she has a crop of lilac hair, violet glasses and a purple jumper), currently on an internship programme, was the first in her British Grenadan family to go to university, and publishes a radical zine, Onyx, which celebrates black creatives. Emma Wallace, 30, the senior audience and brand manager, is British Sri Lankan and English, and previously worked at start-ups and the BBC doing social media. The softly spoken founder and editorial director Tom Avery, 36, brings 13 years of publishing experience. And there’s 31-year-old commissioning editor Lemara Lindsay-Prince, who made her name as a writer, curator and founder of the acclaimed fanzine Plantain Papers, a homage to the delectable carb, which told stories across the diaspora. Continue reading...
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Top 10 photography shows of 2019
Diane Arbus’s dark vision and a sprawling Dora Maar retrospective captivated this year. But it was a hedonistic series of dive bars and scuzzy bedrooms that had a lasting impactMore on the best culture of 2019 Continue reading...
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Dreaming of a green Christmas? Here's how to make it come true
Our extravagance is prodigious, and alternatives are not easy, but here are some useful ideasAre you dreaming of a green Christmas? Households and individuals across the UK are turning their backs on the vulgarity of Christmas consumerism and waste by cutting back on obvious and most visible areas of excess such as unwanted gifts, plastic trees and decorations and unrecyclable wrapping paper.But the scale of our extravagance remains shocking. The Bank of England has calculated that the average UK household will splurge £800 extra in December on food and drink as well as gifts. Included in this is an average of 17 gifts bought per individual, according to online retailer Amazon. Continue reading...
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The issue Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must solve that has plagued his first year at Manchester United
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge of his 38th Premier League as Man United manager on Sunday and it was a frustrating afternoon for the Norwegian.
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Phil Foden shows why he may not be the next David Silva at Man City after all
Phil Foden has grown up idolising David Silva but the Manchester City youngster will not be an exact replacement for the departing veteran.
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The 25 biggest cultural moments of the decade, from Harvey Weinstein's fall from grace to the release of Frozen
Ed Power reflects on the scandals, releases, deals and deaths that made up the 2010s
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Girl, 5, died in parents’ arms after her heart stopped following Christmas party
Her family described her as ‘funny’ and ‘bursting with personality’.
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Avengers’ Brie Larson challenges Chris Evans and Captain America may finally be stumped
We stan our Captains coming together.
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Transfer news LIVE: Haaland makes Man Utd decision, Giroud told to leave Chelsea, Zaha on transfer saga
The January Transfer Window is fast approaching - we'll keep you abreast of all the latest news and rumours
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I'm A Celeb's James Haskell and wife Chloe Madeley get serious about kids after jungle stint
James and Chloe struggled with being separated from each other during his time on I'm A Celeb, but the couple are getting serious about kids after James confesses his time in the jungle taught him about their relationship
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Mark Topham was a 'big tough lad'. Last month he took his own life. Now his friends are fighting the taboo that kills
'He was the most confident man in the world. He would walk into a room and light it up with his smile. But he had some problems'
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Desperate search for missing kite surfer, 32, who vanished from popular beach
Christopher Goldworthy, who was wearing a black wetsuit, was last seen kite surfing at Pendine Sands on Carmarthen Bay, Wales - police are appealing for anyone who has seen him to come forward with information
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Charlotte Crosby debuts romance with DJ Chris Wright weeks after splitting from Joshua Ritchie
She's moving on and she wants everyone to know it.
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What time is the Europa League last 32 draw today? How to watch, fixtures and every team qualified
The Uefa Europa League group stage concluded on Thursday night as 48 teams were cut down to 32.
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Shocking moment school resource officer slams student to ground TWICE then drags him down corridor
A school resource officer has been suspended after surveillance video captured him body-slamming a North Carolina middle-schooler to the ground twice while walking with him along a corridor.
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Harvey Weinstein says he is a 'pioneer' when it comes to championing female directors
Also argued that his work has been forgotten amid rape charges
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Mathew Horne apologises for calling Laura Kuenssberg 'disingenuous plopcarpet'
'No-one wins when we scream and shout rather than talk,' BBC political editor said
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Homeless former pilot, 73, has been sleeping rough in park for seven years
Brian, 73, who is originally from New Zealand, has been living in his three foot shelter in Cornwall since 2012, when he opted to live the "simpler life"
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Manchester City player ratings vs Arsenal: Kevin De Bruyne world class and Rodri terrific
Man City handed themselves a Premier League title lifeline with victory in north London on Sunday and they beat Arsenal 3-0.
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Water bills to be slashed for households after industry watchdog steps in
Water regulator Ofwat has told suppliers leaks as well as bills have to fall as it unveiled its plans for the next 5 years - including cutting pollution, protecting from floods and helping people in need
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Friends named best TV finale 15 years after series ends
The classic US sitcom beat Breaking Bad and Buffy The Vampire Slayer as the best end to TV show for the last 20 years.
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