Liverpool rejected PSG approach for Daniel Sturridge in January but summer move on the cards

Sturridge could be set for a summer move (Picture: AMA/Getty) Paris Saint-Germain saw a January move for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge rejected but Liverpool are braced for multiple enquiries in the summer, reports claim. The Ligue 1 giants were keen to add the international to their ranks, viewing him as an ideal partner for Edinson Cavani. Sir Alex Ferguson privately ...

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Keir Starmer: Labour by-election loss 'really serious'

Labour has “no prospect” of winning a general election if things do not improve after the party’s by-election loss, Sir Keir Starmer has warned. The shadow Brexit secretary said the loss in Copeland – the first by-election gain by a governing party in 35 years – was “really serious”. He said Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was a key factor in ...

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Theresa May set for defeat in the House of Lords over EU citizens' rights

Theresa May faces a defeat in the House of Lords after refusing to write into legislation a Post-Brexit guarantee for EU citizens currently in Britain. Lords wanted a clause in Ms May’s bill to trigger Article 50 stating that EU citizens already in the UK will have the same rights to live and work here after Brexit. But a letter ...

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Internet down: Many of the world's biggest websites stop working after Amazon Web Services cloud breaks

Many of the world’s biggest websites have stopped working because of a problem at Amazon. Amazon Web Services (AWS), the division of the retail giant that provides the infrastructure for much of the internet, appears to have broken. That means that all of the companies and websites that rely on its services – many of the world’s biggest websites, like ...

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Bill Nye says Donald Trump's administration could have 'catastrophic' consequences for the planet

Bill Nye warned Donald Trump’s administration and disregard for science could have “catastrophic” consequences for the planet and for humanity.  In a Facebook Live interview with Bernie Sanders, the popular scientist launched an attack on climate change sceptics and said climate change offered “huge opportunities” for economic growth, the creation of new jobs and was a chance for the US ...

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Manchester United star Paul Pogba becomes first player to complete over 1000 passes in opposition's half

The jury may still be out on Paul Pogba’s contributions to Manchester United’s season, with Jamie Carragher this week claiming it was Zlatan Ibrahimovic, rather than the Frenchman, who was “carrying” the club. Pogba returned to Old Trafford in the summer in a world record £89m deal, just four years after leaving on a free transfer to Juventus and looked ...

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Donald Trump says he deserves an A-plus 'for effort'

Politicians are often accused of marking their own homework, and Donald Trump has given himself top grades for the achievements of his month-old administration. The President said he would award himself an A-grade for “achievement” after his first weeks in office, and an A-plus for effort. But his ability to communicate those efforts merited only a C-plus at best, he ...

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European Parliament committee votes to lift Marine Le Pen's immunity from prosecution over Isis images

European Union legislators have “overwhelmingly” voted to lift the EU parliamentary immunity of French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen for tweeting pictures of Isis violence. Ms Le Pen, a member of the European parliament, is under investigation in France for posting three graphic images of Isis executions on Twitter in 2015, including the beheading of the United States journalist James Foley. ...

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Brexit: UK economy 'sleepwalking into a disaster' without regional immigration policy

The UK economy is “sleepwalking into a disaster” unless the country adopts a nuanced regional immigration policy to fill the skills gap left by lower immigration after Brexit, a Parliamentary Committee was told on Tuesday. Professor Robert Wright, Professor at the University of Strathclyde told committee members a Canadian system which allows different regions to independently identify required skills and ...

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Families of Tunisia attack victims to sue Britain's biggest holiday company

<![CDATA[ <!–*/ */ /*–>*/ ]]> On a sunny day in June 2015, on the shores of the Mediterranean, one man took 38 lives. Thirty of the victims of Seifeddine Rezgui were British holidaymakers. For six weeks, the inquests into their deaths heard accounts of horror and heroism, as well as the lamentable response of the police — described by the ...

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