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You know, you've got the high flyers of London, and then you've got people struggling in areas like Barton Hill, Easton, St Paul's, and it's sad, really. It's like the forgotten areas.
BBC News 24
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Rooney arrived at Old Trafford 13 years ago and has gone on to become the club's record goalscorer. But the 31-year-old is currently out of favour under Jose Mourinho. His agent Paul Stretford is in China negotiating with interested clubs. It's thought a summer move more likely, than a deal being agreed before next Tuesday's Chinese transfer deadline.
Open Culture
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However, you cannot use ©-protected music to fill up the 12 minutes per side, so no “Free Bird” or “We Are the Champions,” unfortunately. But you can put anything else: a voice recording, or the sounds of nature, or complete silence. For an additional fee, you can hire musicians through the company to record a track or tracks for you. Other extras include cover art either supplied by the deceased or their family or painted by James Hague of the National Portrait Gallery in London and/or street artist Paul Insect; extra copies to be distributed worldwide through record shops (has anyone seen one? Let us know.); and a £10,000FUNeral,” where your record will be played at your funeral, surrounded by loved ones. Joking aside, the service can provide comfort and a memory trigger for those left behind. The above video, “Hearing Madge” is a short doc about a son who took recordings of his mother and used And Vinyly to make a record out of them.
Coventry Telegraph
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TIME - Top Stories
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The RGAs war chest will also help it mobilize for 2018 when it hopes to maintain control of states that voted overwhelmingly Democratic in the 2016 elections, including Massachusetts, Maryland and Illinois. The fundraising gulf over the DGA can be attributed in part to RGA support from a number of high-profile billionaires and millionaires, including hedge fund bosses Paul Singer and Kenneth Griffin, and shipping supply company owner Richard Uihlein. The largest donor to the RGA in 2016, casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, donated more than the top six donors to the DGA combined. Many longtime donors gave big to the RGA amid the 2014 election bid of Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner including Rauner-backer Griffin and could be gearing up for his next battle in 2018. The RGA had donated $8.25 million to his first bid compared with the $4.
Daily Mail - Golf
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WinBeta
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If you follow Microsoft, you know about Mary Jo Foley. Mary Jo has been writing about Microsoft since 1983, and currently writes the industry standard All About Microsoft blog on ZDNet. Many of you may know her as well from her Windows Weekly podcast series on TWiT TV, along with another longtime Microsoft follower Paul Thurrott and host Leo [...]
Liverpool Echo
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We have had Doris, but who is next
Sky News
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You know, you've got the high flyers of London, and then you've got people struggling in areas like Barton Hill, Easton, St Paul's, and it's sad, really. It's like the forgotten areas.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A driving instructor is thanking his lucky stars after narrowly escaping a falling tree. Paul Smith was driving through Spalding and filmed a tree falling straight in front of his car with his dashcam. Storm Doris has hit the county and the rest of the UK with around 6,000 homes losing power and one woman has even been killed in Wolverhampton.READ MORE: LIVE BLOG: Storm Doris - 1,000 homes with no power, roads closed Mr Smith wrote on Facebook: All in the day of a Driving...
Plymouth Herald
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A mean husband stole £3,000 from his estranged wife to pay off a drug debt, a court heard.Cannabis user Damian Hocking, aged 25, burgled her home and took money she was to spend on herself and their childrenHocking repeatedly denied taking the cash even swearing on the children's lives.Mrs Hocking told Plymouth Crown Court she was at her lowest ebb after the burglary.Recorder Paul Grumbar said: This offence is hurtful, it is mean and it is unpleasant.But the judge...
ABC News - International
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Petrolicious
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Photography by Justin Famularo and Paul Ritchie One of the Porsche 911’s greatest attributes is its ability to look like it belongs there in any guise. Whether it’s all stock or a custom outlaw, a safari build, rally spec, or track car, you name it and the Stuttgart sports car can pull it off and look incredible doing it. When we came across Braid Wheelsadrenalized 1984 Porsche 3.2 Carrera with its Rothman’s-inspired liveried, we had to know more about the build. Turns out, the car was commissioned by Paul Eddleston, lifelong rally fanatic and founder of Team Illuminata Motorsport , a Michigan-based grassroots racing team. Paul was kind enough to share his motorsports story with us: here’s how he turned his hobby into a business, and how he came to own one of the coolestcompany cars” we’ve seen. Andrew Golseth: Paul, what made you start Team Illuminata Motorsport? Paul Eddleston: Honestly, it all started from my love affair with rally as I was growing up in England in the 1980s—I’m that old.
Goal
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Politico
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Liverpool Echo
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The Reds midfielder penned a new three-year deal on Wednesday worth around £110,000 a week
Derby Telegraph
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As the Rams prepare to head to Villa Park, where they haven't won since 1988, we look back at who was in the Derby County side that day. The last time the Rams came away from the home of Aston Villa with three points was on November 19 and the result was 2-1. Derby's goals were scored by Dean Saunders and Paul Goddard - but who else was in that winning side? Peter Shilton was in goal, and the team consisted of Ted McMinn, Trevor Hebberd, Nigel Callaghan, Mel Sage, Michael Forsyth, Geraint...
The Sun Daily
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"If I could choose, I would choose not to travel a lot because in the next (Europa League) round we have Chelsea (in the FA Cup) in between the two matches. "We have Middlesbrough away after the second match, so if you give me something like (Russians) Krasnodar or some very far destination, I would prefer Lyon — two hours flight. I would prefer something close." Despite leading 3-0 from last week's first leg at Old Trafford, Mourinho still picked a strong side for the trip to the Geoffroy Guichard stadium. He restored Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba to the first XI having started them on the bench in Sunday's 2-1 FA Cup victory at Blackburn. Both played the full 90 minutes as injuries to Henrikh Mhiktaryan and Michael Carrick forced Mourinho into a pair of unscheduled substitutions. And the Portuguese boss admitted that he runs the risk of players tiring as they juggle matches in the Premier League, Europa League, FA Cup and even Sunday's League Cup final against Southampton at Wembley.
Manchester Evening News
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Bench and plaque in tribute to talented 16-year-old who died in car crash near Rochdale town centre
Politico
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Mnuchin said the Fed and the CBO arentmissing anything” in their projections of roughly 1.8 percent economic growth. “They’re making those projections based on the status quo, and that’s where the economy has been,” Mnuchin said. “I think we’re looking at significant economic changes.” He said he has been working closely with House and Senate leadership to develop a combined tax plan. On the controversial border-adjustment tax proposal, Mnuchin said there are “some interesting aspects of it” but reiterated that the administration has some concerns. “There is a consensus on the majority of where we are on tax reform,” he said. “I’ve spoken extensively with Paul Ryan and [Ways and Means] Chairman [ Kevin] Brady on this, and we’re looking at it.” Asked whether the plan might contribute to the deficit, Mnuchin said he guessed that the administration’s growth assumptions will be higher than those calculated by the Congressional Budget Office, citing his preference for so-called dynamic scoring.