Lyon respond to Olivier Giroud and Alexandre Lacazette rumours during Bertrand Traore unveiling

Arsenal have upped their interest in Alexandre Lacazette (Picture: Getty) Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has spoken out following reports of a possible swap deal with Arsenal involving Alexandre Lacazette and Olivier Giroud. Real Madrid give Man United three reasons Alvaro Morata’s price tag is £70-80m It’s understood the Ligue 1 outfit were keen on landing Giroud this summer, with the Gunners ...

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A storm chaser braved wind and hail to take this incredible photographs

The photographer endured harsh conditions for the pictures (Picture: Maximilian Ziegler/Caters News) A storm chaser captured these incredible cloud formations, after enduring wind and hail to take the pictures. Maximilian Ziegler, 27, from Ludwigsburg, Germany had tracked down the supercell at sunset. Trump’s reached peak smug in his response to Supreme Court travel ban ruling The storm had been rotating above ...

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Coronation Street spoilers: Eva Price’s revenge will destroy Aidan Connor

(Picture: ITV) It might seem like Eva Price has let Aidan Connor off lightly for his affair with Maria in Coronation Street but she is plotting a revenge that will devastate his life and leave him reeling as she prepares to go to extreme lengths to make him pay.  Having learned that Aidan and Maria have been sleeping together for ...

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Salvador Dali’s Body To Be Exhumed For Paternity Test

The body of surrealist painter Salvador Dali is to be exhumed to test samples for a paternity suit brought by a woman who claims to be his daughter. The order was made by a court in Madrid which said it was “to determine whether he is the biological father of a woman from Girona who filed a claim to be ...

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Is Brexit Really To Blame For The 96% Drop In EU Nurses Coming To Work In Our NHS?

Figures released last week by The Health Foundation painted a pretty bleak picture of the impact of Brexit on the NHS – they told us that EU nurses registering to work in the UK had fallen by 96% since June 2016. To the naked eye, you would think there was no way out of this dismal hole we have found ...

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Canadian Soldier Megan Couto Becomes First Female Captain In History To Lead Queen's Guard

A Canadian soldier has become the first woman ever to command troops guarding the Queen at Buckingham Palace.  Captain Megan Couto made history this morning when she took charge of the ceremonial Changing of the Guards, becoming the first female officer to do so in 180 years of the tradition.  “I’m just focusing on doing my job as best I ...

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Spalding Murders: How Kim Edwards And Lucas Markham Became Britain's Youngest Double Murderers

Britain’s youngest double murderers were publicly named after a High Court ruling earlier this month. Kim Edwards was just 14 when she and her boyfriend Lucas Markham, also 14, killed her mother Elizabeth, 49, and younger sister Katie, 13. The mother and daughter were found with their throats cut in their beds in Spalding, Lincolnshire, on April 15 last year. A ...

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Terrorism, Tragedy And The National Mood: How United Are We?

We’re halfway through 2017 and the nation is in sombre mood according to the Queen, after several months scarred by violence and heartache. Talk of ‘the nation’ puts the spotlight on the concept of a national identity, a sense of Britishness, a degree of unity. But are we one nation, all responding in the same way, all sharing the same ...

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Political Neglect Of The NHS Interferes Every Time I Treat A Patient

As doctors gather for their annual conference in Bournemouth, there is a distinct air of uncertainty about the future of the NHS after this month’s inconclusive election result and threadbare Queen’s Speech. At a time when we should expect newly elected politicians to be responding urgently to the all too obvious crisis in our health and social care system, instead ...

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British Summertime: 'Average' And 'Boring' May Be Just What We Need

After the past few months – or has it only been weeks – I’m looking forward to a boring summer. We’ve been on an emotional roller coaster: crazy, delusional people killed innocents and awful accidents destroyed lives, families, and homes; but on each occasion the British people rallied together to show each other how much they really do care. A ...

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