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The expectations about my coming here were so excessive and now you realise you're commenting was so exaggerated, so winning games, maybe people expect how good we are, so now it's a reality. We are working on that. Elsewhere today, Manchester United could find themselves in the top four, if they beat Stoke and results elsewhere go their way.
BBC News 24
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We didn't find the horde. Maybe there is a reason for it in the future. That is dedication. 30 years and then you get a find like that. You're watching Breakfast from BBC News. Time now for a look at the newspapers. Professor Cary Cooper from the University of Manchester is here to tell us what's caught his eye. Good morning.
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I was probably in my early 20s, I suppose, late teens, early 20s. We expected to find these coins instantly, but of course, it didn't happen like that. It's a strange feeling, because there was something there that drew us to it.
Western Daily Press
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The search for a missing Somerset man with learning difficulties has come to an end.Vasco Macedo, 38, has been found by police safe and well in Chard.Police searching the Chard area to the best of their abilities on Thursday night could not find Vasco.Searches focused on the Chard area last night with the search widened on Friday morning. Temperatures dipped well below freezing overnight.Fortunately, he has been found safe and well this morning (January 21).READ: Yeovil drugs...
The Cornishman
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There are few things more infuriating than someone parking right outside your house - especially when you have bags of shopping to unload from the car. Or even worse, when you have just nipped to the shops for a pint of milk and you come back to find a Peugeot 107 dumped across your driveway AND it's riding the kerb. It's understandable that someone might need to park briefly to pick up their children or post a letter, but when they're always there, it's just plain irritating. Read more:...
BBC News 24
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We will find out more about that later, at about 8:30am and 9:30am. You always do everything in style! Thanks very much. Back to our top story. Millions of people around the world watched Donald Trump being sworn is as President. Breakfast's John Maguire joined one group of American students here in the UK for an inauguration party to see what they thought of the occasion.
The Economic Times
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Daily Star - Football
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ASHLEY YOUNG will find it hard to get a big move away from Manchester United, according to former Premier League boss Steve Clarke.
BBC News 24
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Week after week, month after month, more treasures have emerged. After three years' work, the final coin has now been removed. Dismantling the port has left many mysteries unsolved. How did it come to be here? Was it buried as a tribute to the gods or hidden enemies? And does a large number of objects indicate a hidden presents? There is so much study to do with the horde itself and what we can learn about events and Times 2000 years ago, but in a much broader context, what else is beneath the ground? It is as if the horde found us, we didn't find the horde.
BBC News 24
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I can still remember the first time we went to the fields and I was probably early 20s, I suppose, late teens, early 20s at the time, and we arrived at the field expecting to find the coins instantly. But of course it didn't happen like that. It is a strange feeling because there was something that drew us to it. Every time we drove by on a Sunday to go out to a field we would stop and say, the field is empty, and we would go and give it another try.
BBC News 24
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One of the challenges is if you are in a pocket which is cut off from free-flowing air, you could asphyxiate yourself and cause more problems. You have been involved in avalanche rescues in north Wales. What is it like to be on one of those teams. It is quite a challenge. We get short notice, we try to get people into look for the victims of the avalanche. We have hard work to get a lot of people in and we generally do the best we can to find the person, but it is for our that they tend not to be that successful.
Voice Of America
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Hundreds of thousands of people at the National Mall in Washington looked on Friday as Donald Trump became the 45th U.S. president, and a far larger audience around the country and throughout the world witnessed the event through live broadcasts. VOA reporters talked to people around the globe who said they are looking at the transition of American power with a mix of admiration and apprehension. Russia In Moscow, a “Russian Army”-brand clothing store flashed Trump’s image on an electronic billboard and offered discounts to American citizens. On the streets, reactions were mixed. “We hope that relations between our Russia and America will improve, that they’ll find a common language in relation to Syria, that they will find a common language to get rid of what is going on there,” said Lidiya Voronova, a retiree. A young editor at a newspaper who gave his name only as Sergey said Trump “is quite a controversial president in the history of the United States, but I hope he will gain the trust of Americans.
BBC News 24
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Thank you for speaking to us and for staying up so late in Washington this evening. Thank you. Let's find out what is happening with the weather. What a beautiful picture. There will be Sunrisers is across parts of England, we expect sunshine but it is foggy and frosty to start. The hardest has been in rural southern England, -7 The hardest has been in rural day.
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This is one of the main sports pages. They are reading on the rescuers, hailing the rescuers and calling them world champions. The rescue goes on. And they are being hailed as heroes right across Italy and rightly so. Thank you so much. Hopefully they can find more survivors. which killed seven students.
BBC News 24
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It means 20 million more people have health insurance, but it also means that for many, insurance premiums have gone up. It has proved controversial. Donald Trump said he would find a replacement and repeal it quickly and that's exactly what he will do. Doesn't mean it will be repealed by him and now, but it does set in the motion.
Bristol Post
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A motorist has been fined for using her grandfather's blue disabled badge to park her car despite the fact he had been dead for nearly two years.Zoe Carter-Owen parked her black Audi A4 in a designated pay and display bay in Palmer Street, Weston-super-Mare, in June last year before putting the badge on display and leaving the vehicle.But unbeknown to her, she was being watched by a parking attendant who went to inspect the blue badge, only to find it belonged to a man born in...
Leicester Mercury
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Toys 'R' Us is to take over the Highcross unit vacated when the Disney Store pulled out last weekend.The toy and games shop is one of a number of new outlets set to open inside the Leicester shopping centre in the coming months, which will include a new travel agency, a fitted bedroom business and a new snack outlet.It will be Leicester's second Toys R Us store, with the other just outside the inner ring road in St George's Retail Park.The ground floor Disney Store in Highcross closed its doors...
BBC News 24
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Well, that is a recommendation. Mark, great to see you, as ever, thank you very much. Just a reminder, you can find more film news and reviews from across the BBC online, including you can see all these previous shows. That's at bbc.co.uk/markkermode. Also, of course, it is award season. We were talking about Natalie Portman, find out who has been nominated for the Oscars on our special programme coming on Tuesday, 1:15pm lunchtime, on the BBC News channel.
BBC News 24
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25! Why didn't you tell me that was happening for you? We swan about in our privileged lives. It makes me sick. I have to find home. They need to know I'm OK. I mean, he's a hugely likeable actor, Dev Patel. He is absolutely brilliant in this, and also the film itself does a very good job of not becoming what you think it might be, which is the film in which somebody looks something up on Google Earth. It's a film which has real emotional resonance.
BBC News 24
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Decades later, the taste of an Indian sweet food suddenly sends him into a reverie, which takes him back to his childhood and he suddenly becomes obsessed with trying to find the life that he lost, and had almost forgotten about.
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BBC News 24
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Well, we will find out next week whether she has been nominated for an Oscar, of course. Let's talk about Split. James McAvoy, great British actor back on the screen. Yes, so this is a new film from M Night Shyamalan, who I think is still best known for The Sixth Sense, and had a run of critically acclaimed films and then made some real stinkers, and kind of came back recently with a sort of stripped down found footage movie.
The Sun Daily - World News
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But his wife Adriana and their son Gianfilipo, 7, were found on Friday morning and guided to safety. Just after nightfall it was announced six-year-old Ludovica had also been rescued. The news came at the end of a day of painstaking efforts to find signs of life amid the snow-covered remains of the three-storey spa hotel located on the eastern lower slopes of Monte Gran Sasso, the highest peak in central Italy. Another five survivors were still under the rubble with at least one of them injured. "We are in vocal contact with those survivors we are still trying to rescue. We have sent a video probe down and have seen them but there is not enough space to get anything to them, no food, water or blankets," said Italian firefighters' spokesman Luca Cari. 'Like they'd been reborn' Most of the guests were waiting to leave when the avalanche struck late Wednesday afternoon.