Joe Joyce the only winner on a strange night for old, new and fallen boxing heroes
Joyce broke the heart and damaged the left eye of Daniel Dubois while Mike Tyson and Roy Jones fought to a draw aver eight rounds
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‘I’m really happy’ – Donny van de Beek delighted to be making full Premier League debut for Manchester United against Southampton
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Ashley Banjo reacts to study blaming Black Lives Matter for increasing racial ‘tension’
The Diversity star says the ‘tension’ is necessary.
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KitKat Chunky's filled with Lotus Biscoff spread are available to buy in the UK
Brits can now get their hands on a KitKat Chunky which has been filled to the brim with Lotus Biscoff spread - but you'll have to shell out £2.99 per bar
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Maradona death 'treated as possible manslaughter' as physician searches ordered
Local Argentinean media are reporting that prosecutors are trying to establish whether his death was caused by medical negligence
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Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker says pandemic has ‘skyrocketed my paranoia’
Jodie Whittaker shared her fears about making someone else ill.
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Mysterious monolith in the Utah Desert disappears
The imposing 12ft metal tower sparked a worldwide guessing game last week after it was spotted on November 18 by the Utah Department of Public Safety and Division of Wildlife Resources.
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Boy ordered to remove Adidas face mask because it broke school uniform policy
Jermaine, 12, had to wear a disposable blue mask instead for the rest of the day.
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Cycle lane wars: Kensington High Street’s temporary cycle lane axed after hundreds of complaints
A controversial cycle lane in west London is to removed after hundreds of protests.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer explains Anthony Martial absence for Man Utd’s clash with Southampton
The Frenchman travelled to the south coast but is not in the matchday squad.
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Ireland v Georgia: Autumn Nations Cup – live!
Minute-by-minute updates from the 2pm GMT kick-offSam Underhill helps England find a way to pass Welsh examinationEmail Luke | Tweet @LukeMcLaughlin with your thoughts 1.23pm GMT In the build-up to this afternoon’s meeting with Georgia, the Ireland forwards coach John Fogarty said they are ‘expecting a battle up front’, which is not the most insightful pre-match analysis you will ever hear. This Georgian side is famous for its forward muscle. But sarcasm aside, this is a big day for Ireland, who need to reassert themselves following that pasting at Twickenham last week. It’s an especially big day for the Ulster fly-half Billy Burns, who will make his full debut, and overall for an Ireland side which features nine changes. By extension it’s a big day for Andy Farrell and his coaching team who need to show that progress is being made and that they are developing a new identity post-Joe Schmidt. A criticism of their performance at Twickenham last week is they played into English hands by running straight and looking for contact. Perhaps such a policy would pay off today, given Georgia’s inferior fitness to England, but then again Ireland might do well to chuck the ball around a bit as well. England cannot be caught atop Group A, so it would make sense to put some emphasis on entertainment as well as achieving the right result at the Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road in old money. Continue reading...
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Donny van de Beek reacts to first Manchester United league start
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has handed Van de Beek his first league start for the Man Utd game vs Southampton at St Mary's.
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Broadcaster NEIL OLIVER says politicians are 'temporary tenants' of this Union of nations
NEIL OLIVER: No pronouncement by any politician - here today and gone tomorrow - and no referendum on this or that issue of the day will have any effect on my understanding of myself.
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Bahrain Grand Prix: F1 – live!
Live updates from Bahrain International Circuit, 2.10pm GMT startLewis Hamilton refuses to take his foot off the gas in BahrainFeel free to email John or tweet @JohnBrewin_ with your thoughts 1.19pm GMT There is a deeper context to this race being staged in Bahrain, and Lewis Hamilton has again not shirked the issues at hand. Related: F1 has 'massive' problem to address over human rights, says Lewis Hamilton Related: Bahraini political prisoners appeal to Lewis Hamilton for his help 12.53pm GMT A musical interlude. George Harrison, the beatific Beatles who devoted much of his life to transcendental meditation, was also a huge petrolhead. He also wrote Tax Man and Piggies, so he was a mass of differences. Remembering George OTD #GeorgeHarrison #f1 https://t.co/90U3LPelXq Continue reading...
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Government says Santa's grottos can open in all Covid-19 tiers, but with a catch
Father Christmas will have to obey social distancing rules - which kind of rules out a major part of the grotto experience
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Black community’s trust in police is worse than its been in decades, says ex Met Police superintendent
'We've seen how young people feel they're over-policed and under-protected, they see the police as predators,' says Leroy Logan
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Sandhurst cadets 'broke coronavirus rules in drunken party' at military academy
Army chiefs have launched an investigation into the alleged drunken antics of around 50 trainee officers following claims they held a boozy party at the prestigious military academy
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Ever wondered where flight attendants sleep? Video shows hidden plane feature
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Boy dubbed ‘monkey’ by cruel bullies lives in jungle, eats grass and can't speak
The boy, who was filmed by Afrimax TV, has been dubbed ‘monkey’ by cruel bullies for his unusual way of life among the animals near a Rwanda village
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How VAR has affected Liverpool since being introduced in the Premier League
Liverpool have had VAR calls go for and against them since its introduction at the beginning of the 2019-20 season in the Premier League, and were left frustrated after being on the receiving end of decisions at Brighton on Saturday
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Southampton v Manchester United: Premier League - live!
Minute-by-minute updates from St Mary’s, kick-off 2pm GMTBruno Fernandes mentality powering United’s rise, says SolskjærFeel free to email Rob with your thoughts 1.02pm GMT Donny van de Beek starts a Premier League game for the first time, though it’s not entirely clear where he’ll play - United’s formation could be 4-2-3-1 or a diamond. Either way Marcus Rashford will be up front in the absence of Anthony Martial, who became ill overnight.Southampton are unchanged from the team that drew at Wolves on Monday. 10.55am GMT Hello. Even when Manchester United were the best team in England, Southampton were awkward opponents. They knocked United out of the FA Cup in 1992 and beat them at the Dell in three consecutive seasons from 1995-98. In the post-Ferguson era, they’ve been even trickier. United have won only six out of 15 games against Southampton in that time, and three of those victories were an affront to the run of play. This promises to be a really interesting match. Styles make fights, and Southampton’s high-energy, high-pressing game has given United plenty of problems since Ralph Hasenhuttl took over as manager. But they are without their best player, Danny Ings, so it isn’t the worst time to play Southampton. And it’s at St Mary’s, which suits Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side: they’ve won their last seven away games in the Premier League. Continue reading...
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Manchester United line up vs Southampton includes Van de Beek and Matic
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has announced the Man Utd team that will face Ralph Hasenhuttl's side in the Premier League fixture this afternoon.
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Manchester United XI vs Southampton: Confirmed team news and lineup - Van de Beek starts; Martial ill
Manchester United are without Paul Pogba and Scott McTominay for today’s Premier League trip to Southampton.
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Rebel Wilson reaches goal weight with ‘one month to spare’ as she nears end of her ‘year of health’
She's finishing off her 'year of health' strong.
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Faith takes the forefront as Georgia Senate runoffs heat up
Faith-based organizing is revving up as Georgia becomes the political hotspot in the U.S. this winter
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What I have learnt from dating during Covid – and with a serious illness to consider
At a time when Covid is the ‘kiss of death’ for at-risk singletons, you inevitably have to reveal intimate details about yourself – but I have been overwhelmed by people’s openness
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Abandoned blind puppy found wandering in Hyde Park gets a new home
He loves to bring his owner his food bowl, gaining him the nickname Oliver Twist.
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Leon Bailey insists son's unique name is nothing to do with Messi and Ronaldo
The Bayer Leverkusen winger raised some eyebrows when he announced his newborn child would be called Leo Cristiano
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The Crown needs to tell viewers is it fiction not fact, warns Culture Secretary
Viewers of hit Netflix series The Crown could be in danger of mistaking fiction for fact without a warning at the beginning of the show, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has warned.
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Strictly Come Dancing star HRVY rapped by BBC bosses after coronavirus slip-up
He said he was given the ticking off after a social distancing lapse but says things are "good" now with producers after moving from studio to studio with the show's pro dancers
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Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: Best thing about the next gen
GameCentral readers discuss the games and features they’ve been most impressed by when it comes to the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
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Why do artists like the Pogues and Frank Capra have a special Christmas pedestal? | Rick Burin
With their stories of lost dreams and love, Fairytale of New York and It’s a Wonderful Life evoke a unique and persistent magicIt’s the most tedious tiiiime … of the year. It is, of course, the week when the Pogues’ alternative carol, Fairytale of New York, returns to the airwaves, only to be immediately drowned out by the stupidest discourse on earth. The sound of rightwing bores insisting that Shane MacGowan’s seasonal anthem should be played unedited on the BBC seems to be getting earlier each year.Fairytale of New York is one of the great Christmas records. But, like a lot of festive totems, it tends to be seen in isolation from its creators’ other work. It exists in the public imagination as an outlier. A glorious anomaly. As if it’s the only masterpiece Shane MacGowan ever wrote. Continue reading...
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Smashing Pumpkins: Cyr review – infinite flatness
(Sumerian)Three of the band’s original members drift back to the 80s with a synth-fuelled endurance test of an albumAlthough Smashing Pumpkins are no strangers to synths, they have always remained a guitar band at heart. And yet Cyr, the second album since three-quarters of their “classic” lineup reconvened in 2018 (original bassist D’arcy Wretzky is still absent, although thankfully no longer in prison for horse-related offences), finds Billy Corgan setting the controls for the heart of 1982 with a full-blown synth-pop set.Normally, such willingness to transcend genre boundaries would be commendable, but Cyr falls flat on so many levels. Lush textures abound, but there’s barely a memorable tune present, which makes the decision to release it as a 72-minute double album hubristic in the extreme. Continue reading...
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Teacher plays brilliant trick on students trying to cheat in the final exam
A student discovered a file titled 'exam answers' in the course material sent out by their professor, but a video posted on Reddit shows the link isn't quite what it appears to be
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Full extent of Dubois injury confirmed as he faces surgery after Joyce loss
The 23-year-old spent Saturday night at Moorfields Eye Hospital and will now see a specialist on Monday
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Missing adventurer, 37, sent boyfriend photo seven days ago during her month-long Pyrenees trek
British Esther Dingley, 37 (pictured left) has been reported missing while on a hiking trip on the Pyrenees during a six-year Europe tour. She was last seen at 16.00 GMT on Sunday, 22 November.
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Megan Barton-Hanson surrounded by tins of wine as she strips off for a bath
The Love Island star joked: "You know about my OnlyFans but did you know about my OnlyCans?" as he gave her fans the chance to win a years' worth of wine
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Thick fog to engulf huge swathes of UK as Met Office issues warning
The yellow warning will begin from around 5pm today, and will last until 8am on Monday morning.
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UK students fined more than £170,000 over Covid rule breaches
Exclusive: 28 institutions issued fines, with Nottingham University making up one-third of totalUniversities fined students more than £170,000 for breaching coronavirus safety rules in the first weeks of the new academic year, a Guardian analysis has found, as students told of struggling to make friends without flouting restrictions.Twenty-eight institutions fined students for breaking university, local and national Covid rules, including bans on household mixing, and mandatory face coverings and social distancing, according to responses from 105 universities to freedom of information (FoI) requests. Continue reading...
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The Crown viewers mock Culture Secretary’s warning to Netflix over show’s accuracy: ‘I look forward to his letter to Hilary Mantel’
‘Netflix already tell people that The Crown is fiction, it’s billed as a drama,’ one viewer commented
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'It's those invisible lines': Midlands film-makers on lack of diversity
The skills are there, but not the opportunities, say those fighting for better representationThe Birmingham-based film-maker Abdul Rahman remembers an event that he says sums up one of the biggest problems in the Midlands film industry. After a Q&A with a director, Rahman, who is known as AR Ugas, took a moment to survey the room.“I was standing with my friends who are black film-makers, then on the other side were the more upper-class white people who had all the connections,” he said. “It’s those invisible lines that nobody wanted to cross.” Continue reading...
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Pennsylvania’s supreme court throws out Donald Trump’s latest legal bid to overturn US election
Donald Trump’s bid to overturn the US election result has suffered yet another defeat as the president prepared to travel back to Washington DC after spending the Thanksgiving weekend golfing at Camp David.  
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Amber Heard goes horse-riding as petition for her removal from Aquaman 2 reaches 1.5 million signatures
There have been calls for the actress to be dropped from the DC sequel.
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Families ‘should isolate for 10 days before seeing elderly relatives at Christmas’
Between December 23 and 27, restrictions will be relaxed to allowed three households to gather.
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Steve Smith hits another 62-ball century to clinch ODI series win over India
Australia captain hits second successive 62-ball hundredDavid Warner doubt for Test series after abductor injurySteve Smith was at his imperious best as he scored a second successive 62-ball century to drive Australia to a 51-run victory over India at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday, sealing the one-day series 2-0 with a match to spare.The clash, almost a carbon copy of Australia’s 66-run win in Friday’s match at the same ground, was soured for the home fans by an injury to David Warner which may rule him out of the Test series around the new year. Continue reading...
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