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Reports in Spain suggested Real believe De Gea could be signed for £52million after the goalkeeper demanded a clause be inserted into the four-year deal signed in 2015.
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FADI FAWAZ has hit back at reports that he was not invited to George Michael's wake as he took to Twitter to slam the rumours.
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AFC Bournemouth have entered the race to sign Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone this summer.According to reports in The Sun, the Cherries have joined a race that includes fellow Premier League sides Everton and Sunderland for the 24-year-old, who is on loan at Aston Villa.And the Villains are also hoping to push through a permanent deal for Johnstone, who has impressed since arriving at Villa Park in January, keeping five clean sheets in his last six matches.Johnstone, who played one...
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The funding crisis in the NHS has reached new heights today with reports of a hospital trust asking full-time nurses to register and set up as sole traders so it can avoid paying employers national insurance. The Health Secretary.
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But Myanmar’s Commander-in-Chief, Min Aung Hlaing this week gave an indication of how the government will view the demands of the ARSA and the prospect of a U.N. probe. At the annual Armed Forces Day in the capital Naypyitaw, the general called the Rohingya illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. “We have already let the world know that we dont have Rohingya in our country,” he said, according to reports of his speech. Two senior U.N. officials working among the Rohingya refugees said more than 1,000 Rohingya might have been killed during the four-month security operation. However, Myanmar presidential spokesman Zaw Htay has previously said fewer than 100 people had been killed during the operation.
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Spotify is generally thought of as ruling the roost when it comes to music streaming services, but a recent report has claimed that Apple Music had 10 million more monthly unique users than Spotify in March 2017 in the US. The report, which comes from Verto Analytics , goes on to claim that although Apples service has much fewer sessions per month per user (12 compared to Spotifys 51), Apple Music is leading the way in terms of both smartphone and tablet users. There are a couple of things to consider when viewing reports such as this, which could explain why appears to be out of step with our anecdotal experiences. Unpicking the numbers The first thing to consider is that Apple Music comes pre-installed on every iPhone, and that the service comes with a 3 month free trial. Meanwhile Spotify only gives 30 days for free.
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number of illegal encampments that have been set up in my constituency. There have been major reports of intimidation and threatening behaviour major reports of intimidation and threatening behaviour and I am well aware there are problems in other parts of the country aware there are problems in other parts of the country but it is apparently parts of the country but it is apparently disappointing that local authorities and the police have either a lack of capacity or willingness to use powers to deal with the problems. Some of those problems have been down to anti-social behaviour and they have.
Northampton Chronicle & Echo
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Coca-Cola and the PSNI have launched an investigation after a shipment of drinks cans at the company's Lisburn plant were found to have been contaminated with what workers are speculating could be human waste, according to reports this week.
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the European Union and convert thousands of EU rules into British law. Yesterday, Theresa May described Britain's departure from the EU as "an historic moment from which there can be no turning back". Eleanor Garnier reports. Cometh the hour, cometh the moment, in Westminster, Belfast, Edinburgh and Cardiff - the exact moment the UK took a new and different course
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Twitter Fights Harassment: A Long Time Coming There have been reports of Twitter harassment for almost as long as the site has existed. Blogger Ariel Waldman was one of the first users to chronicle just how difficult -- and sometimes, impossible -- it was to get Twitter to intervene in cases of repeated, pervasive harassment back in 2008. A stalker published her personal and contact information on the platform, which prompted a string of threats, stalking, and abusive tweets. Waldman started reaching out to Twitter and CEO Jack Dorsey for help -- only to find out that its terms of service were " up to interpretation ," and that the company wouldn't intervene on her behalf. Since then, prominent Twitter users have demanded Twitter take a harder line and shut down accounts that only exist to spew hate. Celebrities and public figures on Twitter have been able to get Twitter to suspend bulliesaccounts, but users demanded a better system for reporting, censoring, and silencing abusive language on the platform.
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It is believed that the arrangements were made by Wisma Putra which is liaising with Jong-Nam's family to receive the 45-year-old victim's body in Macau. However, Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam had refuted those reports saying that the body had never left the mortuary. "As far as I know, the body has always been in HKL. Whether it was given to another group, the answer is no," he said. On Wednesday, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said he did not want to comment on the case anymore as he revealed that "something is going on" but did not elaborate as he may jeopardise the plans that are already in motion. When asked by theSun to confirm that the body is being repatriated today (today), Khalid asked for patience and to wait until they are ready to speak. Jong-nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was murdered at klia2 on Feb 13 by two women using the highly toxic VX nerve agent.
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Sky News the process will be "mind-boggling, complex and difficult". Our economics editor Ed Conway reports. Here is how you make an omelette
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Police swooped on a Lincolnshire village after reports of mysterious torch lights in a field in the dead of night.Cops were called to the field off Vicarage Road in Willoughton on Tuesday, March 28 at 2.30am.Despite combing the area for clues nothing was found and they are now turning to the public for help.READ MORE: Casualty cut out of crashed car by firefightersIf you saw anything suspicious on the same night, you can call Lincolnshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 20 of March 28.And...
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Meanwhile Green joins former England cricketer Freddie Flintoff to discuss their own mental health battles, reports ITV News . Flintoff says: "The hardest thing for me initially was talking. I'm not a big talker. I'm from the north of England, from a working-class family, we don't talk about our feelings." Attitudes towards mental health were at a "tipping point," said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Harry. They added: "Since we launched Heads Together last May, we have seen time and time again that shattering stigma on mental health starts with simple conversations. "When you realise that mental health problems affect your friends, neighbours, children and spouses, the walls of judgment and prejudice around these issues begin to fall. "And we all know that you cannot resolve a mental health issue by staying silent." More than 700 runners will raise money for the Heads Together campaign in this year's London Marathon.
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