The Sun Daily
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Ex Arsenal striker Alan Smith said: "The Arsenal board is like no other. It's isolated and lets Arsene Wenger run every aspect of the club." And here lies the problem. It is not as easy for Wenger to walk – or for them to make him walk - as the more rabid fans might think. Over 21 years, he has morphed from Arsene Who? to Arsene Everyman, Arsene the all-powerful, Arsene the great panjandrum of Arsenal Football Club. He is not merely a very hands-on manager, he is director of football, overseer of the academy, works above CEO Ivan Gazidis not below him and is second in the pecking order only to absentee owner 'Silent' Stan Kroenke. Kroenke, who famously claimed, "You don't buy clubs if you want to win trophies," is the perfect owner in Wenger's perfect Arsenal world. He cares only about the balance sheet and Arsenal's is always in the colour of coal-mine black.
The Sun Daily - Lifestyle
2 hours
Had I tried to push myself and continued running, I would have experienced cramps in the left hamstring and possibly ending my race prematurely. So, I decided to walk slowly to allow my left leg to recover. By the time I reached the 21km mark, the sun has already risen. I put on my cap and sunglasses, and I was able to walk briskly. Under the hot sun, I had to soak my face towel and put it on my head. The last thing I would want to happen was to suffer a heat stroke. At about 9am, I saw the 30km signage. I had 12km more to go, and I persevered. Under the scorching sun, fatigue set in, but my morale was boosted by runners around me. I kept my focus and maintained my pace. For the race, participants had to run from Cyberjaya to Putrajaya and back. I could feel blisters forming on my left foot, but I stayed focused on finishing the race. Time passed by so slowly and all I wanted was to see the finishing line.
Den of Geek
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Rob Leane Kirsten Howard Mar 23, 2017 Director David Lynch has dished up some typically odd tidbits in a new interview ahead of Twin Peaks third season premiere... So eager are we to return to the bizarre town of Twin Peaks that we recently noted "in a week, we'll be able to say Twin Peaks starts next month." See related Looking back at Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Of course, we're still technically two months away from those new episodes, but saying it that way makes it seem further away. And we can't have that. In the meantime, everyone involved with the new season has kept virtually silent on what we can expect when Twin Peaks returns, including the actors involved, the Showtime network that commissioned its return, and co-creator David Lynch. Even in a new interview with GQ , the director didn't give anything away, but he still had a few fascinating things to say about the way his actors had to play the game on set, and it turns out they were fairly in the dark before they arrived for each day's shoot - literally - as their scripts were usually filled with blacked-out pages.
Daily Express - Sports
2 hours
FERNANDO ALONSO might not be able to stomach the humiliation of being lapped by F1’s front-runners in 2017 and could walk away from McLaren-Honda to avoid it, according to one ex-driver.
Sky News
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details of what did happen, the car on the bridge and then the attack on PC Palmer. Now that you know that, what's your response? My heart goes out to his family. All of us walk through that Gates
Daily Mail - Travel
2 hours
They take their food seriously in the city of Segovia - not least their signature dish, suckling pig. It isn't low-fat, but you walk off the calories on the steep streets, says Laura Freeman.
BBC News 24
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back to Downing Street. A well rehearsed move? It is hard to underestimate how much security is part of this place. We walk past armed police every day and normally it feels once you are in it is a place of complete safety. It is certainly not what it felt like.
Bleacher Report
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Wednesday's championship game at Dodger Stadium was part of it, even though it ended as an 8-0 U.S. win over Puerto Rico, without the drama we saw in so many other games in WBC 2017. The drama pretty much ended when Stroman finally gave up his first hit in the seventh inning, with Team USA holding a 7-0 lead. No problem. This WBC already had moments that will live on, from the USA-Dominican Republic game in Miami to Adam Jones' stunning catch in San Diego to Israel's Mensch on the Bench that traveled from Brooklyn to Seoul to Tokyo. This championship game already had Stroman. Stroman and his shoulder shake as he strutted off the mound in the third inning. Stroman and his shout toward the Puerto Rico dugout after he struck out Carlos Correa to end the fourth. Stroman and his emphatic nod and "oh yeah!" on his triumphant walk off the mound in the sixth.
ABC News - Western Australia
4 hours
A police officer defends the actions of detectives on the day they arrested Lloyd Rayney in relation to the death of his wife, maintaining the barrister "was more than happy to stand tall and walk out of his house" before a large media pack.
BBC News 24
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family. You walk past those people every day. You know their faces and their names. Absolutely. They are there to defend democracy. Protecting members of Parliament. PCs were part of our village. The house.
Daily Express - Showbiz
4 hours
SHARON OSBOURNE has returned to work after undergoing surgery on her back two weeks ago.
Daily Express - Showbiz
4 hours
Daily Express
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EUROPEANS will not be safe in any part of the world if they keep up their current attitude towards Turkey, president Erdogan has warned.
Cotswold Journal - Showbiz
5 hours
The media mogul was joined by Simon Cowell as he received at a star at the landmark.
Sky News
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facing the public. The public can walk up to them, have selfies taken with them and ask for guidance. I've stood there myself and seen it going on. It is routine policing. Normal routine policing is unarmed in this country. A security review will be taking place following yesterday's events so.
Sky News
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confronted by hundreds of thousands of people who walk past them on a daily basis. They should be the one who is armed. The iconic British bobby is the big hat - Approachable. Yes. Some people don't like.
Sky News
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They will board their trains, they will leave their hotels, they will walk these streets. They will live their lives. And we will all move forward together, never giving in to terror, and never allowing.
ITV
5 hours
spoke to him every morning when he went in. A decent family man, married with children, who was stabbed to death on Westminster Bridge just outside Big Ben there. What are your thoughts about him? That is what is so desperately sad about this. I used to walk past a a lot. Very friendly, very open, very friendly with tourists and with the MPs. They were proud.
ITV
6 hours
If you walk across it will take you 10-15 minutes. He just kept going, kept going, kept going, running people over. Young children. Some from France on a school trip. They were mown down. It was indiscriminate. Women, men, children, he did indiscriminate. Women, men,.
Sky News
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Anni unarmed officer. When you walk past Carriage Gate, it is very open. You can see inside. You can have photographs with the police officers. Is that going to change? Are we going to see those gates shut and an armed police officer there? There will always be a review after such a major incident, and I personally believe that is the case, because you cannot.
ITV
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want. A bold, defiant statement, the tone of which has been widely praised. By's and terror has been doomed to fail, she said. People as normal board trains, leave hotels, walk these streets and live their lives, never giving in to terror. She is expected to give.
Sky News
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They will board their trains, they will leave their hotels, they will walk these streets. They will live their lives. And we will all move forward together. Never giving in to terror and never allowing the voices.
BBC News 24
7 hours
This is about disease, death and suffering. Mr Trump, come down from Trump Tower, walk among the people, and see the damage that this latest exercise in raw political power will wreak on the women, the men.
BBC News 24
7 hours
The SWAT team turned up with paramedics, and they asked us to abandon our vehicle and just walk away