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Month: October 2022

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Third celebrity leaves Strictly Come Dancing after week of impressive performances

Bros singer Matt Goss has become the third celebrity to be voted off Strictly Come Dancing after a number of particularly impressive performances by some of his fellow contestants in Saturday evening’s live show. After the third public vote of the series, the 54-year-old found himself up against soap star Kym Marsh in Sunday night’s dance-off. Goss performed his jive to All Shook Up by Paul McCartney with professional partner […]

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I dont have a comment Erik ten Hag refuses to speak about officials

Erik ten Hag kept his counsel about the officiating after Manchester United failed to “kill” off Newcastle in a frustrating goalless draw. A packed Old Trafford witnessed a tense Premier League clash between these top-six sides on Sunday afternoon, which started with Callum Wilson seeing a penalty appeal ignored. Joelinton twice hit the woodwork during an impressive first half from Newcastle, but the hosts bounced back after the break and […]

todayOctober 16, 2022 3

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David Moyes fumes after West Hams draw at Southampton

David Moyes hit out at the officials after West Ham’s 1-1 draw at Southampton, blaming referee Peter Bankes for Saints’ goal and telling VAR Simon Hooper he should have gone to Specsavers. Moyes was angry Bankes allowed play to continue after he inadvertently blocked Jarrod Bowen from getting to the ball, allowing Romain Perraud to fire the hosts ahead. And the Hammers boss was baffled as to why VAR did […]

todayOctober 16, 2022 5

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Public clash with Just Stop Oil protesters blocking east London road

Members of the public have clashed with protesters from the climate campaign group Just Stop Oil after activists blocked a major road in east London. Nearly 30 demonstrators gathered on Shoreditch High Street at the junction of Great Eastern Street just after noon on Saturday where they set up a road block to disrupt traffic. The group, who are calling for the Government to halt all new oil and gas […]

todayOctober 15, 2022 3

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England storm to win over fancied Samoa in World Cup opener

England made a nonsense of the underdogs tag as they brushed off the challenge of star-studded Samoa to make a winning start to their World Cup campaign. Former Huddersfield winger Dom Young justified his selection ahead of England’s all-time record try-scorer Ryan Hall by scoring twice in the first half as Shaun Wane’s men romped to a 60-6 victory in front of a 43,119 crowd at St James’ Park. A […]

todayOctober 15, 2022 3

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Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood charged with attempted rape

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood has been charged with attempted rape, controlling and coercive behaviour, and assault. The 21-year-old is due to appear in court on Monday facing three counts relating to the same woman. The player was first held in January over allegations relating to a young woman after images and videos were posted online. He had been on bail since then, but was arrested in the Trafford area […]

todayOctober 15, 2022 3

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Ivan Toney underlines England credentials with brace as Brentford beat Brighton

He was called into the Three Lions squad last month, but didn't get on the pitch Ivan Toney sent a World Cup message to England boss Gareth Southgate by firing Brentford to a 2-0 win over Brighton. Bees striker Toney was called into the Three Lions squad for the first time last month but failed to get on to the pitch for the matches against Italy and Germany. But the […]

todayOctober 14, 2022 3

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TUC General Secretary Frances OGrady is to be appointed to the House of Lords

She will take up the role when she retires from the TUC at the end of this year TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady is to be appointed to the House of Lords, it was announced on Friday. She will take up the role when she retires from the TUC at the end of this year, following a decade as head of the union body. TUC President Sue Ferns said: “This […]

todayOctober 14, 2022 3

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Royal Mail to axe around 6000 jobs amid fresh strikes

The company's looking to reduce it's workforce by around 10,000 in total, with the rest achieved through resignations and retirements Royal Mail will consult on up to 6,000 redundancies as the delivery giant blamed industrial action for mammoth financial losses. Bosses called on union chiefs to call off their latest strike action and come to the table over a deal but stressed that the job cut plans cannot be avoided. Royal Mail chief executive […]

todayOctober 14, 2022 3

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