Liverpool target Theo Hernandez tells friends he wants Real Madrid transfer

Liverpool have been tracking Theo Hernandez (Picture: Getty) Theo Hernandez has told friends that he favours a move to Real Madrid over Liverpool in the summer transfer window, according to reports in Spain. With and without Champions League football – Arsenal’s vastly differently XIs next season Atletico Madrid left-back Hernandez has impressed while on loan at Alaves this season and ...

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Over 3,000 terror tip-offs to police in two months

Police received over 3,000 tip-offs by the public about possible terrorist activity in the last two months. The National Police Chiefs’ Council said a significant number of calls had been made after the Westminster attack. It said that despite most of the information being false alarms, some of the calls had resulted in further action that might have been missed. ...

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Stourbridge stabbings: Aaron Barley admits attempted murder

A man has pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of a father injured in a triple stabbing which left his wife and 13-year-old son dead. Aaron Barley, 23, admitted trying to kill Peter Wilkinson in Stourbridge on March 30. He entered no pleas to two charges of murder, relating to Mr Wilkinson’s wife, Tracey, and son Pierce. Mr Barley was ...

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Ivanka Trump quotes renowned environmentalist and critic of her father in new book

In Ivanka Trump’s new book, Women Who Work, released Tuesday, the president’s daughter includes a quote from Jane Goodall, the renowned chimp researcher and crusader for conservation. “What you do makes a difference,” the quote reads, “and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” It was one of several quotes in Trump’s book attributed to people ...

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How vegetarian chefs deal with eating meat as part of their work

For a vegetarian or vegan, the thought of cooking and eating meat might be distressing, uncomfortable and just plain wrong. However, for chefs who make the lifestyle choice to eliminate meat from their diet, it does not necessarily mean their restaurant customers want to follow suit. Chefs who choose to cook meat in their restaurant are obviously required to taste ...

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Sunderland and Bournemouth charged by the FA for failing to control players

Sunderland and Bournemouth have been charged by the FA with failing to control their players during Saturday’s Premier League clash at the Stadium of Light. The allegation surrounds an incident which happened 76 minutes into the Cherries’ 1-0 win on Wearside following Fabio Borini’s challenge on Lewis Cook. An FA statement said: “Both Sunderland and Bournemouth have been charged following their ...

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We're in a 'bloody difficult' situation over Brexit

Lynton Crosby must be thrilled that so many of the papers front-paged Theresa May’s “bloody difficult woman” line because it has echoes of the ‘Iron Lady’ image he wants to foster on her behalf. He knows Brits love a good fight when we’re pitted as the underdog. But it could also backfire. Thatcher would be turning in her grave at ...

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Theresa May doesn't recall details of 'disastrous' Brexit dinner that she attended

Theresa May has claimed she “does not recall the account” of her disastrous dinner with the European Commission president in Downing Street last week, where he reportedly suggested she was “delusional” about Brexit.  Sources in Brussels told the German media that Jean-Claude Juncker had left the meeting saying: “I leave Downing Street 10 times more sceptical than I was before”. ...

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Massimo Cellino's reign at Leeds nearing an end with Andrea Radrizzani in talks to take full control of the club

Massimo Cellino’s controversial reign at Leeds appears to be coming to an end. Italian businessman Andrea Radrizzani bought a 50 per cent stake in the Sky Bet Championship club through his company Aser Group Holding in January. As part of the deal the 42-year-old had the option of completing a 100 per cent takeover at the end of the season ...

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Jaime Winstone on playing Barbara Windsor: 'I was so excited to step into her national-treasure shoes'

Jaime Winstone reveals that several years ago she had a rather unconventional audition for the lead role of Dame Barbara Windsor in Babs, Tony Jordan’s engaging new biopic for BBC1 about the much-loved actress with the world’s most distinctive laugh. Winstone recollects that, “I met Barbara when I was 15 years old. I was sitting behind her at an event ...

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