BBC One Scotland
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-- by going. -- they are going to issue. Scotrail has announced who'll be replacing its current boss, Phil Verster, who announced last week he's quitting to take up another job in the industry in England. The current managing director of Arriva Rail North, Alex Hynes, is to take up the post.
STV
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The 31 year old was ordered to pay £100,000 in damages to Denise Clair after raping her in West Lothian six years ago. The head of a train operator in northern England is to take over as managing director of ScotRail. Alex Hynes, the current boss of Arriva Rail North, will join the franchise later in the year.
BBC News 24
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This high-tech auto firm in Berkshire makes gearboxes for racing cars. Its boss wants any strategy to deliver certainty for the long-term. We invest millions of pounds a year into people, into training, into the expertise we need into technology, into machinery.
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: GCHQ) GCHQ boss Robert Hannigan only took on the post in April 2014, but on Monday—in a surprise move—he quit the job, citing "personal reasons." He won't be handing in his (encryption) keys until a successor is found, GCHQ said. In a letter to the UK's foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, Hannigan said that he was "proud" of the work he has overseen at the eavesdropping concrete doughnut. He flagged up the National Cyber Security Centre as one of GCHQ's "achievements" under his tenure. Read 8 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Daily Star - Football
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CRYSTAL PALACE boss Sam Allardyce is on the lookout for a new centre-back.
Daily Star - Football
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ARSENE WENGER has been slapped with an FA charge after his bust-up with the referee in yesterday's 2-1 win over Burnley.
Daily Mail - Rugby Union
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BBC News 24
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Daily Express - Football
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Daily Express - Football
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ARSENE WENGER has been charged for misconduct by the FA after his actions during the match against Burnley.
PC Pro
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Being able to lean forward and physically peer at objects, or peek around corners, gives the game an unsettling sense of reality. The first sections of real action are also terrifyingly present, although turning at 30-degree intervals – something intended to reduce a sense of nausea – does feel awkward. This might be most harmful to another game, but Resident Evil is all about unwieldy gun control, so it arguably adds another layer of panic to combat. That said, boss fights can become confusing in VR, particularly one mid-game that sees you scooting across several floors of interior and exterior areas. The sense of presence also comes with a graphical sacrifice. The game is less visibly impressive in VR, and at times looks like something from the PS3 era. All of that is made up for with the brilliant use of audio, however. Hearing a creak behind you is made all the more terrifying when you have the sense that there is, in fact, a world behind your head.
Goal
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Daily Mail - Sport
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Evening Standard - Sport
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Techradar
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Notably ammunition (which is always in short supply), keys, new weapons and objects required to solve puzzles. As you progress through the game, you encounter an increasingly plentiful and sophisticated number of mutated enemies, and boss-battles occur at regular intervals. In other words, Resident Evil 7s gameplay is proper survival-horror gameplay with nothing gratuitous added, which is what the franchises hardcore fans have been craving for years. The games back-to-basics approach has, however, persuaded Capcom to do away with the series recurring characters, a gamble which works well. This means that in its first hour the game feels oddly unlike any previous Resident Evil game, but before long it hits its stride and references to old Resident Evil conventions and popular horror movies start springing up all over the place.
PC Pro
5 hours
Being able to lean forward and physically peer at objects, or peek around corners, gives the game an unsettling sense of reality. The first sections of real action are also terrifyingly present, although turning at 30-degree intervals – something intended to reduce a sense of nausea – does feel awkward. This might be most harmful to another game, but Resident Evil is all about unwieldy gun control, so it arguably adds another layer of panic to combat. That said, boss fights can become confusing in VR, particularly one mid-game that sees you scooting across several floors of interior and exterior areas. The sense of presence also comes with a graphical sacrifice. The game is less visibly impressive in VR, and at times looks like something from the PS3 era. All of that is made up for with the brilliant use of audio, however. Hearing a creak behind you is made all the more terrifying when you have the sense that there is, in fact, a world behind your head.
Liverpool Echo
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Reds skipper playing through the pain barrier as boss says midfielder can manage problem
BBC News 24
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Its boss wants any strategy to deliver for the long-term. We invest millions a year into people, training, the expertise and technology, into the machinery. We are looking for some degree of certainty that the environment we operate in is going to be stable right through so we know if we invest, we can get a return on that investment because things aren't going to change around it.
Techradar
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This Philip K Dick adaptation is finally available to stream - with all episodes ready for your consumption. High Castle imagines what the world would be like if Germany had won World War II and the Nazis had taken global control. Turns out it's a bit worse than us all driving around in VW Beetles and wearing Hugo Boss coats. Season 2 is now available and expands on the mythos. Given this is a cautionary tale about what could happen when the hard right takes over America, things suddenly don't feel too far fetched. Seasons on Amazon Prime Instant Video: 2 Yes, Masters Of Sex could have ended up being a Mad Men rip-off when it first arrived in 2013 but thanks to the brilliance of Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan the show soon elevated above being a copycat. Get your free 30-day Amazon Prime trial Sheen is Dr William Masters, a fertility expert who turns his hand to researching the world of sex.
Politico
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The unique structure, by which individual donors or donor families were allotted a super PAC, was intended to ease donor angst over how their money would be spent by granting them control over it. The structure made message discipline virtually impossible, and this feud raises concerns that the same problems could plague Trump’s outside political vehicles. In the event the two sides part ways, the president is already sending signals about who will have his support in the event the two factions part ways – something sources say could happen as early as this week. Ayers, a senior aide to Vice President Mike Pence, introduced his boss at a pre-inaugural dinner on Wednesday where Trump also spoke. His appearance behind the lectern was “interpreted as a clear sign that the administration is siding with him in this feud,” and not with the Mercers, said a second source familiar with the group’s planning.
Autosport - Formula 1
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Politico
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Former Clinton campaign press secretary Brian Fallon said White House press secretary Sean Spicer should have resigned rather than make inaccurate statements to the American people about the crowd sizes at Trump’s inauguration. Fallon, who has also served as press secretary for the Department of Justice and New York Senator Chuck Schumer, said during an appearance on CNN’s “New Day with Chris Cuomo and Alisyn CamerotaMonday morning that Spicer’s statements were “egregious.” “Your job, the code of a press secretary or a spokesman, is to have the utmost fidelity to the truth,” he said. “If his boss instructed him to go out and lie before the cameras, then what you’re told to do in those circumstances is refuse to do it. And, if it comes to it, resign rather than go out a give a lie from the podium.” Spicer made at least five inaccurate claims in only five minutes and thirty seconds during an appearance before the press Saturday before leaving without taking questions.
Daily Express
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THE boss of the European Space Agency has said a base on the moon will be created “soon” with several space programs from around the globe plotting on visiting our lunar satellite in the foreseeable future.