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Liverpool star Mohamed Salah rejects offer of luxury villa after leading Egypt to World Cup qualification

Mohamed Salah celebrates defeating Congo (Picture: Getty) Mohamed Salah is currently the hero of Egypt after leading them to World Cup qualification, but the Liverpool star has refused to reap the rewards of his efforts. Arsenal fans aren’t giving Olivier Giroud the credit for incredible goal An Egyptian businessman, Mamdouh Abbas, offered Salah a luxury villa as the country continue ...

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New mum Cheryl admits she ‘hated’ being pregnant

Cheryl was not a fan of pregnancy Picture: Getty Images) Cheryl Tweedy has admitted that she ‘hated’ being pregnant but that her life since Bear was born has been the ‘best six months of my life’. Cheryl and her partner Liam Payne welcomed their first child, a baby boy, in March 2017. Cheryl spent much of 2016 and 2017 out ...

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Antonio Conte faces crisis as Chelsea stars turn against him

Is the Italian feeling the heat? (Picture: AFP/Getty) Chelsea players are turning on Antonio Conte due to his intense training schedule and believe he is at fault for harming their title defence and for players picking up injuries this season, reports claim. Arsenal fans aren’t giving Olivier Giroud the credit for incredible goal The Blues boss enjoyed a fine debut ...

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Brawl In Cell Block 99 review: Vince Vaughn is a revelation in this grim prison drama

Vince Vaughan in Brawl In Cell Block 99 (Picture: Universal Pictures) After years of average comedy, Vince Vaughn is trying his hand at drama. Following an impressive supporting role in the Oscar nominated Hacksaw Ridge, he stars in this bloody prison drama. He plays Bradley, a troubled but well meaning man who takes a job working for a drug dealer ...

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Paul Scholes says Antonio Conte was badly advised over Jose Mourinho spat

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte (Getty) Paul Scholes believes Antonio Conte has made an error by being pulled into Jose Mourinho’s mind games. The Chelsea manager hit back at his Manchester United counterpart on Wednesday night in reaction to some comments made by Mourinho. Arsenal fans aren’t giving Olivier Giroud the credit for incredible goal The Special One criticised coaches who ...

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6 Ways Men Can Be An Ally To Women In The Battle Against Sexual Harassment

Following the extensive accusations against Harvey-Weinstein, and the rapid growth of the #MeToo movement, it feels like society could finally be about to turn a corner in the fight against sexual harassment.  But, rather predictably, #notallmen continues to bubble away in the background, as some choose to focus on their own innocence rather than acknowledging the part that they have to play in ...

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Nobody Really Knows If UK Could Go Back On Brexit, Experts Say

Nobody really knows if the UK could go back on Brexit even if it wanted to, experts say. A panel of Europe specialists addressed the House of Lords Brexit committee this week and were quizzed on whether Article 50 could be revoked. Catherine Barnard, professor of European Union and employment law at Cambridge University, said there had been disagreement between ...

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Britain Is No Longer Considered A Safe Part Of The World For Trans People To Live In

Britain is no longer considered a safe part of the world for trans people to live in. We know from recent Stonewall research just how bad things are if you are trying to get on with your life as a trans person in Britain today. In the last twelve months, two in five trans people have experienced a hate crime ...

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Organ Donation And Presumed Consent

The Prime Minister’s coughing fit during her speech at the October 2017 Conservative Party Conference, meant that what she said was largely ignored in all the attention given to how she said it. But those who did listen attentively will know that Theresa May promised to take a radical step in the way organ donations are handled. Until now, if ...

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#MeToo, But Why Is It Up To Survivors To Call It Out?

I could say #MeToo, just like virtually every woman I know, but today I don’t want to write about my individual experiences of harassment or abuse. Instead, I want to shift the focus of the conversation: from women’s experiences of violence to men’s perpetration. This is an issue I have been researching for over a decade. The #MeToo campaign has ...

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