Channel 4
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Daily Express - Football
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Liverpool Echo
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Daily Star - Football
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Manchester Evening News - Sport
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Manchester Evening News - Sport
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Pep Guardiola is set to make his second signing of the summer with Ederson due to complete move from Benfica
South China Morning Post
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BBC One Wales
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'in these crucial negotiations, 'so we can move forward together' as a country, through Brexit and beyond. So, when you go to the polling station on June 8th,.
BBC One West Midlands
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But every vote for me and my team 'will strengthen my hand 'in these crucial negotiations, 'so we can move forward together' as a country, through Brexit and beyond
BBC One London
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and risks putting Jeremy Corbyn in charge of Brexit. But every vote for me and my team 'will strengthen my hand 'in these crucial negotiations, 'so we can move forward together'.
The Event Chronicle
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Voice Of America
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S., Sergey Kislyak, early last December. Some foreign affairs experts said the move, while former president Barack Obama had weeks left in his term, worried them that it could undermine U.S. security and some opposition Democrats have suggested that Kushner's security clearance should be revoked. Kushner's lawyer has said that he is willing to cooperate with congressional probes of Trump campaign links to Russian officials. One key lawmaker, Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Sunday, "He seems to be a very open person. I'd let him speak for himself when the time is right." Two Trump administration officials, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, both said they saw nothing wrong with Kushner's overture to Moscow. Trump hits back Kushner's connection with the Russia probe was alleged in a Washington Post report while Trump was on a nine-day trip to the Middle East and Europe.
OK!
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Show producer Kate Oates has revealed that the Coronation Street is set to have a big shake-up as it moves to six days a week. The move was first announced last year and now the changes will finally be put in place this autumn. The move means that it new story potentials have opened up and more families will be moving onto the street. Coronation Streets set will also be extended to make way for new families and businesses. Coronation Street: Producer Kate Oates opened up about ...
BBC News 24
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In search of a wider reflection of opinion I move on. The reason why we are having this election, we are told, is because of Brexit. Is that what it really is all about for you? I haven't really brought Brexit into it
The Event Chronicle
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In order to find ways to improve our understanding, NASA is going to get even more up close and personal with the Sun's corona than Helios 2, and blow its record out of the sky. Due to be launched around August next year, the robust little probe will swing past Venus seven times over the course of seven years to fine-tune an orbit that will take it within 6 million kilometres (a little under 4 million miles) of the Sun's surface – or photosphere – in 24 elliptical loops. That might not sound very close, but at just nine times the Sun's radius, it's still a rather daring move that will allow sensors to sweep close enough to trace the magnetic fields and catch a few solar particles without getting fried. As it is, the probe will be forced to endure temperatures up to 1,400° Celsius (about 2,550° Fahrenheit) while keeping its payload at a comfy room temperature.
Bleacher Report
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Ernesto Valverde was announced as the new manager of Barcelona on Monday, with the former Athletic Bilbao man making the move to the Camp Nou. Barcelona confirmed Valverde, 53, as Luis Enrique's successor: The Spaniard was tipped as one of the favourites for the job even before Enrique announced he would leave Barca at the end of the 2016-17 season, per Goal's Ignasi Oliva and Ben Hayward . Athletic then announced earlier this month that Valverde would leave the club, and his appointment as Blaugrana boss became almost inevitable. Valverde played for the Blaugrana from 1988 to 1990 and won a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and a Copa del Rey with the club. He has managed a number of high-profile teams since hanging up his boots, including Spanish outfits Athletic, Villarreal, Valencia and Espanyol. Valverde also enjoyed success during two spells at Olympiakos , where he won three league titles and two Greek Cups.
BBC News 24
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Get down, Shep, give me back the script, you are making me grown! But he had tired of the risks and the workload and was happy to move on. He set off on a yacht and eventually settled in Majorca. Off screen, he was rather more shy and serious. The John Noakes we knew was in many ways an act
BBC Parliament
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care policy is we are protecting people's assets and we are making sure that they don't have to move from their house if they are using the equity from it while they are either at home using social care or elsewhere. You said there would not be a cap. After the manifesto was launched, the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt went on the radio and said we are getting rid of the cap. Is there.
The Iran Project
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Earlier in the day, the pro-government forces liberated the two villages of Taro and Wadi al-Midar, both located west of al-Qahtanyia area, which was completely freed on Sunday. The two villages are also located north of the flashpoint town of Ba'aj, which, according to Sheikh Sami al-Masoudi, another Hashd al-Shaabi leader, is a strategic town for Daesh as it is the last supply line, linking the terror group with war-torn Syria. Masoudi, whose remarks came shortly before Ameri's announcement of reaching the Syrian border, added that as soon as the PMU forces reached the border, they will erect a dirt barricade and dig a trench to derail Daesh move. The Hashd al-Shaabi forces, backed by the air force, launched a major offensive last Monday to liberate Ba'aj and its surrounding villages and areas from the grips of Daesh, trying to reach the Syrian border and cutting the vital supply line of the terror group, whose days are numbered in Mosul, their last urban bastion in the Arab country.
BBC Parliament
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can move to another messaging service and then another and another and eventually if you close them all off, then they can build their own. The only way that you can stop this is by banning end to end encryption completely. What we are doing is challenging the people who are delivering to work with us so that we have a way of keeping people safe. Nobody wants terrorists to.
BBC Parliament
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temporary extraordinary -- exclusion measures. It is part of the toolkit that the Home Secretary has so that we can keep people safe. Can I move onto some of the other the things that people have speculated. You have an entire.
South China Morning Post
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Egypt on Monday issued a new law that regulates the work of non-governmental organisations, a measure seen by rights groups as the latest sign of a growing crackdown on dissent against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Human rights groups and activists say the law in effect bans their work and makes it harder for charities to operate. The measure restricts NGO activity to developmental and social work and introduces jail terms of up to five years for non-compliance. The law gives NGOs one year to...
Design Milk - Art
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The Event Chronicle
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Then, as they move around to the side and back of the Sun (as viewed from Earth; the Sun rotates on its axis and of course Earth revolves around the Sun), these same sunspots begin firing again, increasing their activity dramatically. It is as if the Sun is aware of Earth’s presence and is attempting to avoid spewing a major solar outburst (whether a solar flare, CME, or some other type of solar eruption) directly at us. Katie is not the only observer to comment anecdotally on this apparent pattern; 9 others have independently suggested, perhaps in jest, that our Sun is consciously attempting to protect us from being hit by a major solar outburst. In analogy, imagine a person who is about to sneeze, but is able to hold it long enough to turn away and avoid sneezing on someone else. This may seem like a very weak basis for suggesting our Sun has the property of consciousness, but there is additional evidence.